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The name Château Angélus comes from the winegrowers who used to ring the bells of three churches simultaneously in the heart of the famous medieval town of Saint-Émilion. This legendary property of the appellation was founded in 1782 and, for 8 generations, the de Boüard de Laforest family has overseen this exceptional heritage on Bordeaux’s Right Bank.
Château Angélus is a Saint-Emilion wine from an exceptional terroir whose vines are located on the southern slope of Saint-Emilion. This terroir extends over clay-limestone soils on the upper part and clay-sand-limestone soils on the hillside.
Cabernet franc (40%)
The nose reveals a wonderfully pure, fruity structure.
A frank attack makes way for a full palate, with fine and silky tannins drawing out to an elegant, lingering finish.
This Saint-Émilion wine can be laid down until 2025-2040.