The wine is rich with layers of wood aging and ripe tropical fruits. Pineapple and peach dominate, cut with some attractive lime acidity. Full of the fruit of the vintage with a texture of serious intent, the wine is tight, tangy and likely to age well. (RV)
Tangy and fruity with lemon and green-apple aromas and flavors. Medium body, lovely fruit and a bright finish. A little tight now. Give it a year or two to come out.
The 2014 Latour-Martillac Blanc builds upon its promise en primeur, offering succinct aromas of citrus fruit, linseed and a touch of jasmine. I appreciate the detail and the focus of this white Pessac. The palate is fresh and vibrant with really lip-smacking salinity on the entry, a wine determined to grab your attention straight from the off. And why not when it is this good? Brimming with tension and vivacity, it fans out gloriously towards the finish. One of the best white wines from this estate in recent years—bravo! (NM)
A powerful, intense wine, the 2014 Latour-Martillac Blanc possesses real depth and intensity. Lemon confit, white flowers, mint and crushed rocks are nicely pushed into the foreground, but the wine's phenolic breadth and textural presence are its most distinctive signatures. (AG)
There's lots of vibrancy here, with gooseberry, fennel, green and yellow plum and verbena notes that are fused together, zipping through a long, mouthwatering finish. (JM)
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