Les Forts de Latour 2005

Stock Available - All Pack Sizes and Formats

Pack Size Source Qty You Sell You Buy Qty
12 x 0.75L BI Stock IB 1 cs £1,875.00 £2,100.00 1 cs TRADE SELL BUY
6 x 0.75L BI Stock IB 2 cs £938.00 TRADE SELL BUY
1 x 0.75L BI Stock DP £175.00 6 btls BUY

Wines marked with have both buying and selling prices listed on our LiveTrade platform

IB (In Bond): Price excludes UK duty & VAT | DP (Duty Paid): Price includes UK duty and excludes VAT

Product Details


Price Trend [12x75cl]

Copyright BI Wines & Spirits Ltd © 2019

Tasting Notes and Scores

Wine Advocate

The 2005 Forts de Latour (10,000 cases produced) possesses much of the same character as Latour, but sweeter tannins, more obvious and forward fruit, medium to full body, and a more seductive, plusher style, but not the great stature, richness, and architectural precision of its bigger brother. Nevertheless, it is a gorgeous Pauillac that should drink well for two decades or more.

Neal Martin

The Les Forts de La Tour 2005 has a more complex bouquet compared to the Petit Mouton, with blackberries, wild strawberry and floral scents that just blossom in the glass. The palate is medium-bodied with fine tannin, almost symmetrical in the mouth with great precision and intensity towards the finish that gently caresses the mouth. There is a tang of soy on the aftertaste that imparts a sense of tension, an edginess, completing a bona fide classy Deuxième Vin built for the long-term.

Again, very deep garnet, purple hue. A very fresh nose, blackberry leaf. Touch of cassis, touch of mint. Again, superb definition. The palate is very well balanced, again, so much freshness and vitality. Good acidity, quite masculine, that coolness suffusing the wine. Very tight and tannic on the finish. Good length. This is going to need a few year cellaring. Excellent. Tasted April 2006. 93-95

Michael Schuster

Dark red; deep, crisp, ripe fruit to smell; full, concentrated, fresh in acidity, fine in tannin, a lovely harmonious balance; rich in fruit, generous, crisply sweet, long to taste, elegant, even, still on the youthful side in terms of tannin texture, but very satisfying and complete nonetheless, and with great fruit length. Wonderfully harmonious second wine, just about broachable now, much better in another five years. A splendid performance. Now – 2035

Wine Spectator

Shows blackberry, coffee, cedar, and raisin on the nose, turning to licorice and fresh flowers. Full-bodied, with refined, silky tannins and a long finish. Balanced and juicy. Builds on the palate, with currant, licorice and mineral character, followed by a powerful finish. An amazing second wine. Best after 2015.