Château Latour-Martillac

Latour-Martillac is one of Pessac-Léognan’s best value wines and its prices have remained relatively stable compared to its counterparts. Although the wine was famously served at the coronation of King George VI, it has flown under the radar in recent times. Its striking art deco label was designed by Alfred Kressman in the 1930s and it remains under the Kressman’s ownership today. Its name is derived from the 12th century tower on the estate, all that is left of a small, fortified castle although the name Martillac was added to differentiate the property from the First Growth, Château Latour. It was awarded classed growth status in the Graves classification of 1959, and was one just six to be awarded for both its reds and whites.


Château Latour-Martillac

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