2008 Château Latour-Martillac Blanc

Château Latour Martillac (Pessac-Léognan)


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Château Latour Martillac is the maker of this 2008 Château Latour-Martillac Blanc ($57.50), a white wine from the region of Pessac-Léognan that is based on 2008 sauvignon blanc and sémillon and shows an alcoholic content of 12%. Drinks&Co users evaluate this white wine with 4 out of 5 points while wine experts grade it as follows: robert parker: 88 and wine spectator: 86.

Technical sheet · Château Latour-Martillac Blanc

Type Of Wine: white wine
Vintage: 2008 Other vintages
Appellation:Pessac-Léognan (Bordeaux,France)
Winery: Château Latour Martillac
Volume: 75cl
Score: RP88WS86
Grapes: Sémillon, Sauvignon Blanc
Allergens: Contains Sulfites
Alcohol Vol.: 12%

Description · Château Latour Martillac

2008 Château Latour-Martillac Blanc (Sémillon and Sauvignon Blanc)


  • View: 2008 Château Latour-Martillac Blanc displays a beautiful golden yellow
  • Nose: A delicate bouquet playing on linden, acacia and toasted almonds.
  • Mouth: On the palate, combines the flexibility and freshness and reveals fresh flavors of kiwi.

PAIRING white meat, with fine scallops with butter and fish

GRAPES: Sauvignon Blanc (65%) and Semillon (35%

WINERY: Château Latour Martillac

Château Latour Martillac

Classified growth since 1953, The Latour Martillac Estate got its name from the Tower gracing the main courtyard, vestige of a small fort built in Martillac in the 12th century by the forefathers of the famous philosopher and vine grower Montesquieu. Edouard Kressmann, wine merchant in Bordeaux...

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Univers Millésimes

Posted on at 11.45


Château Latour-Martillac Blanc 2008

Château Latour-Martillac 2008 Pessac-Léognan - Cru Classé de Graves - White

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Umberto Perry

Posted on at 09.42

4 /5

Château Latour-Martillac Blanc 2008

- View: 2008 Château Latour-Martillac Blanc has a dark purple
- Nose: Elegant, with aromas of ripe black fruits like blackberry, blueberry and cherry, and notes of toast, smoked and species.
- Mouth: An intense wine, structured, with ripe tannins. It is balanced and elegant. It has nice aromas of small black fruit and toast and spicy notes. Good persistence.

PAIRING Red meat: beef, duck, lamb, stews, white meats and mature cheeses.
GRAPES: 55% Cabernet Sauvignon, 40% Merlot 5% Petit Verdot
WINERY: Château Latour Martillac
Rubens Lewis

Posted on at 04.40

4 /5

Château Latour-Martillac Blanc 2008 was delightful

Vintage and co

Posted on at 04.45

4 /5

Château Latour-Martillac Blanc 2008

Tristan Kressmann (general administration) and Loïc Kressmann (technical direction) continue a family tradition that always sacrificing performance quality. The white wines are surprisingly delicate, their complexity and their amazing ability to age.

  Beautiful aromatic wine, the palate is complex and balanced.
 Apogee: 206

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Reviews about Château Latour-Martillac Blanc 2013



The 2013 vintage offers a pretty generous and fresh nose, slightly marked by the sauvignon which nevertheless falls to 70% in the assembly. Lots of fruit and freshness.
Notations: 14.5-15.5 / 20 by RVF Drink or keep: 2016-2022
PAIRING: Sandre with star anise
Pamela Miller
Pamela Miller


I bought a box in my usual wine shop.
A Sémillon with a very dull colour. It has aromas of white flowers. Very nice roasted flavours.

Reviews about Château Latour-Martillac Blanc 2015

Albert Green
Albert Green


Château Latour Martillac Blanc 2015
It has aromas of white flowers. Château Latour Martillac Blanc is a full bodied wine with a viscous mouthfeel.
In my personal opinion, it perhaps was a bit dear.