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1964 Château Latour


Mid shoulder fill; light label condition issue

ITEM 8234564 - Removed from a temperature and humidity controlled wine storage unit

Bidder Amount Total
gurab $290 $290
Item Sold Amount Date
I8234564 1 $290 May 22, 2022
I8205239 6 $290 May 1, 2022
I8196444 1 $290 Apr 24, 2022
I8177236 2 $290 Apr 17, 2022
I8143236 1 $275 Mar 20, 2022
I8143192 1 $345 Mar 20, 2022
I8062650 1 $265 Jan 9, 2022
I8055467 1 $265 Jan 2, 2022
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*****Michael Broadbent

Marvellous mouthful, plump, perfectly balanced, rounded and sweet...A bouquet of cedar and old oak...Fully mature, lovely flavour.

91Robert M. Parker Jr.

The dark opaque garnet/purple color is followed by Latour's classic nose of minerals, walnuts, and cassis. Full-bodied, concentrated, and rich, the 1964 Latour is clearly the Pauillac of the vintage.


Château Latour

Château Latour’s long and noble history is summarized graphically on every bottle. The label shows the domaine’s famous tower, a symbol of the château's importance to regional politics and defense as early as the 14th century. And as one of the original four First Growth Bordeaux, the estate has become even more significant in the last 200 years as the producer of one of the world’s most legendary wines. Robert M. Parker Jr. has noted that the wine produced at Château Latour “has been an impeccable model of consistent excellence in great, mediocre and poor vintages.” After passing to British ownership from 1963 to 1993, the château was purchased in 1993 by Francois Pinault, one of France’s most successful businessmen and entrepreneurs. Vineyards total 163 acres, with 75% planted to Cabernet Sauvignon, 4% to Cabernet Franc, 20% to Merlot, and 1% Petit Verdot. The average age of the vines is 60 years. The chateau produces 180,000 bottles of Château Latour annually.


France, Bordeaux, Pauillac

Pauillac is Bordeaux’s most famous appellation, thanks to the fact that it is home to three of the region’s fabled first-growth châteaux, Lafite-Rothschild, Mouton-Rothschild and Latour. Perched on the left bank of the Gironde River north of the city of Bordeaux, Pauillac is centered around the commune of Pauillac and includes about 3,000 acres of vineyards. The Bordeaux classification of 1855 named 18 classified growths, including the three above mentioned First Growths. Cabernet Sauvignon is the principal grape grown, followed by Merlot. The soil is mostly sandy gravel mixed with marl and iron. Robert M. Parker Jr. has written that “the textbook Pauillac would tend to have a rich, full-bodied texture, a distinctive bouquet of black currants, licorice and cedary scents, and excellent aging potential.”