Louis Latour, vini pregiati di Borgogna
Louis Latour is a renowned winery in Bourgogne, established in 1797 and always remained a family business, today led by Louis-Fabrice Latour, in its seventh generation.
The winery, with its 28 hectares of vineyards, represents the largest Grand Cru property of Côte-d'Or, whereas other 30 hectares are distributed in other areas of Côte-d'Or, in Ardeche and in Var, therefore it can be said it represents the largest domaine of France. Most of vineyards are located around the commune of Aloxe Corton, historical headquarter of Latour family and place where some of the most renowned wines of Bourgogne are produced. In this commune is also located the historical winery dated back to 1832, the oldest active winery of the whole region, together with Chateau and Cuverie Corton Grancey.
The winery was conceived in a revolutionary way for that time, in a way that all the production phases were done only by force of gravity, according to a philosophy focused on the respect of environment and territory. The range of Louis Latour's wines, both whites and reds, are renowned labels, appreciated and looked for by critics all over the world.