N3 d’Angelus 2019

75cl, 13.5%

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Tasting Notes:
  • Colour: Light ruby colour
  • Aroma: Cherries, red fruit, plum and vanilla pod aromas with a hints of smoke, licorice and cocoa
  • Palate: Medium-bodied with fine tannin, dry with a crisp line of acidity and medium finish
  • Grape Varieties: 50% Merlot , 47% Cabernet franc, 3% Cabernet sauvignon

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N3 d’Angelus 2019

N3 d’Angelus 2019, philosophy of excellence is applied to a selection of different Saint-Emilion terroirs, No3 d’Angelus 2016 is the result. This is an easy-going, attractive wine, which gives its all when very young and can yet benefit from being kept for five to eight years.

Blended with 85 to 90% Merlot, this wine is made for instant enjoyment as soon as it is delivered from the winery. It is a refined version of its illustrious parents, which provides enjoyment while waiting the necessary years for the First Wine and Carillon d’Angélus to reach their full maturities.

The vines used to grow No. 3 d’Angélus are cultivated with the same care as those used to make its elders and their fruit is vinified with the same precision. The yields are larger and the wine is aged for a shorter period with no recourse to new wood: only one- or two-year-old barrels are used.

No. 3 d’Angélus is an easy-going, attractive wine, which gives its all when very young and can yet benefit from being kept for five to eight years.

History of Chateau Angelus, Less than a kilometre from the famous Saint-Emilion bell tower, situated on the much-vaunted south-facing “foot of the hill”, Angélus has been the life work of eight generations of the Boüard de Laforest family. In the first-ever classification of Saint-Emilion wines in 1954, Château Angélus was a Grand Cru Classé. Already at the time, it benefited from a solid reputation, which helped it survive the Bordeaux wine crisis of 1973. This was the context in which Hubert de Boüard de Laforest, a graduate oenologist from Bordeaux University, took advantage of this marvellous wine’s illustrious past, while being resolutely turned towards the future and launched and continued to implement an ambitious, innovative policy in favour of achieving excellence in wine growing and making. In the most recent revision of the appellation’s classification, in 2012, Angélus was awarded the highest possible rank of Premier Cru Class A, alongside Cheval Blanc, Ausone and Pavie.

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