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1997 Château Angélus

1997 Château Angélus

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£ 750 per bottle
(£ 909 incl. VAT/duty)

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90 WA

This was always a fine ’97 from Angelus although here it is showing more secondary aromas, for amongst the ripe red-berried fruit are more sous-bois, autumn leaf characteristics. The palate is actually better than the bouquet: well defined, very well balanced with firm ripe tannins. Nice grainy texture, harmonious, toasty, liquorice with a nice ‘grippy’ finish that suggests the palate could need longer.

Château Angélus

Named Angélus because the sound of bells, from three, different, nearby churches can all be heard in the vineyard at the same time, for eight generations the De Boüard de Laforest family have owned and run this Saint-Émilion estate. Today, Château Angélus is headed by Hubert de Boüard and his cousin Jean-Bernard Grenié.

In 1954, Château Angélus became a classed growth and, in 1996, it was further elevated from Grand Cru Classé to Premier Grand Cru Classé B.

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Saint-Émilion

Of all the Bordeaux appellations, Saint-Émilion has the greatest diversity of terroir. However, the majority of the vineyards are planted on soils with a high percentage of clay. This favours the growth of Merlot, which is then usually blended with Cabernet Franc instead of Cabernet Sauvignon, as it is on the Left Bank. Generous, flattering wines are produced here, providing accessible, often earlier-drinking selections.

As with most of the quality viticultural areas in Bordeaux, the vineyards of Saint-Émilion are classified according to quality. However, the classification system, unlike what is applied to the properties in the Médoc ...

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Bordeaux

Bordeaux is France's most celebrated wine region. With 120,000 hectares under vine and producing over 700 million bottles of wine per year, Bordeaux is not only the most illustrious area, it is also one of the largest wine producing regions on earth.

Although most Bordeaux wines are classified as table wines or Bordeaux Supérieur, the region is better known for being the source for some of the world’s most prestigious fine wines. These include the five distinguished First Growths: Château Lafite-Rothschild, Château Mouton Rothschild, Château Latour, Château Margaux, Château Haut-Brion, and ...

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