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(Latour) The 1941 Latour is another forgotten vintage that will forever be remembered by me now. The ’41 had perfect purple in its rich and luscious nose, along with caramel cream and a dusty perfume. Its aromas were fresh like mountaintops, and it made me want to sing zippedy doo dah. Garden, citrus and beef broth all emerged in its nose, which took on a touch of tropical kink. The palate was lush and grapy with toasted almond flavors and drops of oil and sex. ‘Carraway’ and ‘wet saddle’ came from the crowd. This was a stunning wine that still had more youth in it than age (96).
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