All our wines are produced here at Château Latuc, exclusively from the vines growing
in our own vineyard, and are bottled by us here at the Château.
Lots of elements are needed to be put together
in order to produce very good wines. All of them are known to most of the
wine makers. Some of these elements can be controlled by us, others depend
only on nature. But there
is more then
just that, there is also love and care. And when you put the right amount of
love and care into each vine, each vat and into each bottle, the way we do
it, the result can not be other then very good wines.
Côtes du Lot Rosé
Rosé d’une nuit 2015 (soon) :
This rosé, from a fruity and crispy
vintage, is quite elegant with nice structure. The body lets imagine
to some wine enthusiasts that it still has got some residual sugar. No
sugar at all! This Malbec 100%
will be served cold with some grills, cold buffet or as an
accompaniment for exotic food.
Côtes du Lot White
Esprit de Latuc Sémillon 2014 :
A very small crop as always and a long breading on yeast
give again a nice balance between fruit and
minerality. This lemony, vine peaches, gooseberries nose, with notes
of white flowers is rich and complex. The taste is fresh as a semillon
can be, but softened by a few gram of residual sugars (semi-sweet).
Served as an aperitif, on a foie gras, or also an a lemony desert.
AOC Cahors 2013 :
This wine, from a very soft
vintage, has a ruby color and a typical flavour
of ripe red fruit. The taste is
very drinkable, which is quite unusual for such a young wine. He will
already accompany some white meat, but also some typical 'South-West'
recepies. Drink now or keep till 2020.
AOC Cahors 2014 :
A vintage more on the freshness, with a nice strengh,
and a lot of fruit. This is the result from the reasonable
temperatures of the summer 2014. The taste is showing a nice structure
and therefore will accompany very easily some meats (white or red), duck, or
some hard cheeses. It will be nice to wait a few years to have 100% of
benefit. Or decant it now.
Château Latuc Prestige
AOC Cahors 2012 Prestige :
The power in a velvety gloves...
The first tast goes on richness, but the fruit is also there. The nose
is now on the early red berries, and the light vanilla flavours, result of
an 11 months in oak barrels aged from 1 to 5 wines. The attack is
refreshing, but goes rapidly on rondness. He will very nicelly
accompany lam, red meats, but also some venisons or cheeses. Can be
kept till 2024, if you succeed...