Among the most famous and sought-after domaines in the world, Château Latour is situated in the very southeast corner of the the celebrated commune of Pauillac in the Médoc region, adjacent to the Gironde estuary. The site has been occupied since 1331, and vines have been grown there since the 14th century. A 290-year period of connected family ownership based around the de Ségur name began in 1670. It's selection as one of the four First Growths in the 1855 Bordeaux Classification consolidated the domaine’s reputation. It has been owned by French billionaire François Pinault since 1993. Blessed with extraordinary terroir and climate, the Château Latour 92-ha vineyard is spread across 138 plots. Some of the oldest vines are over 100 years of age, and the famed 47-ha walled parcel around the château, known as the ‘Enclos’, is considered to be one of the best in the whole of Bordeaux. The vineyard offers elevations and gentle slopes, and the proximity of the vines to the nearby estuary means that they benefit from its temperature-moderating effects. The terroir is gravel and clay soils with deep deposits of limestone. Horses were reintroduced to plough the vineyard in 2008, and starting with the 2015 vintage, the domaine converted to organic farming. The entire estate was officially certified as organic by Ecocert in 2018 - the first of the premier grand cru classés to receive organic certification. Biodynamic practices are also widely used in the vineyard. In the gravity-flow cellar, the winemaking is rigorously controlled. A wide range of temperature-controlled vats that vary in size allow for precise, parcel-by-parcel vinification. Château Latour is aged in 100% new, French oak barrels. With phenomenal longevity, the wine is structured, and superbly concentrated with velvety tannins, - a perfect balance between elegance and power.