Classified as a First Growth in the 1855 Classification, Château Latour ranks as one of the most prestigious and historic wines in the world. With a pedigree dating back to the 14th century, many aficionados consider this some of the best terroir in all of Bordeaux, if not France. Château Latour is located on the south eastern end of the commune of Pauillac, just a few hundred meters from the Gironde Estuary. The soils here are comprised of a high concentration of gravel, of which Pauillac is famous, and are perfectly suited to the Château’s typical blend of 75% Cabernet Sauvignon, 20% Merlot, 4% Cabernet Franc, and 1% Petit Verdot. Château Latour produces three wines: the Grand Vin of Château Latour, Les Forts de Latour (made from younger vines surrounding those that are used in the Grand Vin) and a third named Pauillac de Château Latour (which is produced from grapes that do not make the cut for Les Forts). Able to age for decades, there is no other wine in the world that combines power and elegance as seamlessly Château Latour.