(2018) Always delivering a reliably solid glass of wine, Maison Louis Latour's 2015 Bourgogne opens with spice, a hint of truffly damp earth and nicely pert red cherry and raspberry fruit. In the mouth there's a deal of backbone here, a nice endive-like bittersweetness to the tannin and acid axis, but the layering of fresh, open red fruits and hints of mocha add up to a pleasing picture. £14.49 as part of a mixed six at Majestic is a more attractive price - and Bon Couer Wines has half bottles at £7.99.