1971 Château Angélus
First Grand Cru Classé B
Bordeaux, red wine
Peak : to drink in the year
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Owned by the Boüard de Laforest family since 1782, the vineyard has always been managed to bring the best level.
This excellent work has paid off, since in 2012 this flagship of St Emilion is ranked among the largest and thus passes 1st Grand Cru Classé A, thus joining the prestigious Château Cheval Blanc, Château Ausone and Château Pavie
The 1971 Château Angélus is a bottle to collect.
Château Angélus wines have a deep colour, fine and racy, with a great tannic structure that allows a great guard potential.
Nose is rich and complex with a multitude of aromas, sometimes red fruits, liquorice, tobacco…
Palate is rich, broad, silky and delicate, sometimes complex.
This 1971 Château Angélus bottle celebrate fifty this year !
It will takes a beautiful place in an amateur cellar !
It’s time to shop it.
- Region : Bordeaux
- Appellation : Saint-Émilion
- Colour : Red
- Owner : Famille de Boüard de Laforest
- Surface area : 39 ha
- Production : 110000 bottles
- Grape variety : 50% Merlot, 47% Cabernet franc, 3% Cabernet Sauvignon