New Frontiers for Louis Latour

The historic Burgundy négociant stretches toward its future
From the Jul 31, 2017, issue

Louis-Fabrice Latour looks to the future of his family's history Burgundy négociant house. Wine Spectator's Bruce Sanderson explains.

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