Chateau Latour a Pomerol has vineyards that are located not far from Chateau Clinet and Feytit Clinet. Another famed vineyard that is fairly close is Chateau Trotanoy. Chateau Latour a’ Pomerol also has a long history in the region that dates all the way back to the mid or late 1800’s when the wine was sold under the name of La-Tour-Pomerol.Chateau Latour a’ Pomerol, in its early days was the property of the Garitey family before it was passed to Madame Loubat who also owned Petrus. Madame Loubat remained the owner of Chateau Latour a’ Pomerol until her death in 1961.At that time it was passed to Lily Lacoste, her niece. While Latour a’ Pomerol continues to be managed by Ets. Moueix today, they are not the owners. The Lacoste family retained the estate until 2002, when it was donated to the Fondation de Foyers de Charite de Chateauneuf de Galaure, a charity.The 7.9 hectare, Right Bank Bordeaux vineyard of Latour a’ Pomerol is planted to 90% Merlot and 10% Cabernet Franc. This shows a slight increase in the amount of Merlot planted here since the mid 1990’s. The terroir is gravel, clay and sandy soil.
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, cabernet sauvignon