2000 Chateau Latour Pauillac Review: Gourmet Red Wine Tasting Notes
This 2000 Chateau Latour Pauillac review starts with us stating that although many would consider this wine out of their budgets, it can be taken as an affordable pick thanks to its cassis, smoke, fresh blackberry, black pepper, earth aromas, as well as a deep body that feels long, fresh, concentrated and yet tannic.
This fine red wine is great, being everything an anticipated Pauillac like this must be, and it combines several notes of pure fresh fruits with the palate staining finish that lasts for close to a minute.
2000 Chateau Latour Pauillac Review: Aroma and Beauty
This fine red wine is deep red, and it has aged quite well, looking like a wine that has not half the age it really presents.
One of the first things you’ll notice is the intense scent of earth, tobacco, licorice, coffee bean and cigar box, which gives it a manly rustic introduction while still leaving room for blackberries to be smelled.
The wine looks vibrant and feels young, and if we could point out anything less good it would be the fact that we honestly think that this is a wine that should rest a few more years in its bottle for the tasters to experience the full blown character of the Chateau Latour Pauillac of 2000.
An Investment for the Future: Chateau Latour Pauillac Tasting Advice
After tasting this fine red wine, we stored our extra bottle in our cellar, where it will mature, and we definitely recommend you to do the same.
This wine is an exquisite and excellent drink already, but we have our suspicions that in a few more years it will be legendary and truly regal.
If you want to grab a legendary vintage while it still is affordable, we definitely recommend you to grab one bottle as soon as possible.
The cost can be high, but the Chateau Latour Pauillac bottle of 750ml will skyrocket in price if its evolution follows our anticipation.
We can write all about the new notes that sprung out as we tasted it, with each taste bringing a new note to our palate and nostrils, such as cedar chest, Asian spice and pipe tobacco. You feel like the wine just keeps on going in its finish as it involves your palate in its voluptuousness and melting dark fruits.
The 2000 Chateau Latour Pauillac is a rich wine that albeit still young is one of the best bottles you’ll have in your life.
If you’re serious about wine, then you cannot die without tasting it, and while it can be a bit pricy for some, be sure that if you stock on them, it will be an investment that pays off as the wine is going to age extremely well.
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