The 1953 Latour is showing just a touch of TCA on the nose. It blows off soon enough to reveal attractive scents of briary, graphite, sandalwood and sous-bois. The palate is medium-bodied, with fine tannin, quite fresh and a little more tart than the 1950 Latour. I like the balance here, although the 1953 is perhaps reaching the end of its drinking plateau. It may be beginning to dry out a little as it attenuates quickly, though larger formats will still be worth investigating. Tasted at the Latour dinner in Hong Kong. - Neal Martin February 2018
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