Louis Latour Montagny Premier Cru la Grande Roche 2006

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Wine Advocate Review Rated 90 The latest rendition of a long-running, high-production Latour hit, their 2006 Montagny...

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I bought this wine based on a review. What a mistake. This tastes like a wine I would pay no more than $6 a bottle for, not the $20 that I did. So... Read more

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Snooth User: Margaret Rogers
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1.50 5
01/12/2010

I bought this wine based on a review. What a mistake. This tastes like a wine I would pay no more than $6 a bottle for, not the $20 that I did. Someone wrote a very misleading review! Or maybe it was good at one point but has started to "turn" when I bought in January 2010.


Winemaker's Notes:

Wine Advocate Review Rated 90 The latest rendition of a long-running, high-production Latour hit, their 2006 Montagny 1er Cru displays honeysuckle, pear, and apricot in the nose; a luscious, polished palate generous in its ripe fruit and backed by chalky, stony mineral suggestions; and an impressively layered finish. This excellent value has generally shown considerable resilience, and should keep nicely for 4-6 years. Wine Tasting Notes Freshness comes out of this wonderful wine. It reveals a delicate minerality along with just-picked hazelnut notes accounting for its roundness. There are also underlying notes of spices. It lingers for a while like a nice souvenir. Ready to be enjoyed!

Wine Advocate Review Rated 90 The latest rendition of a long-running, high-production Latour hit, their 2006 Montagny 1er Cru displays honeysuckle, pear, and apricot in the nose; a luscious, polished palate generous in its ripe fruit and backed by chalky, stony mineral suggestions; and an impressively layered finish. This excellent value has generally shown considerable resilience, and should keep nicely for 4-6 years. Wine Tasting Notes Freshness comes out of this wonderful wine. It reveals a delicate minerality along with just-picked hazelnut notes accounting for its roundness. There are also underlying notes of spices. It lingers for a while like a nice souvenir. Ready to be enjoyed!

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