The 2014 Chateau L’Angelus Grand Cru reveals a very pure and elegant wine. This Saint-Emilion Premier Grand Cru Classe A, carries a precise attack and a powerful, structured palate with a lovely balance between tannins and freshness. The Cabernet Franc which represents 50% of the blend with Merlot refines the tannic structure, brings elegance. The Cabernet adds the complexity of 2014 Angelus, leading to a persistent finish. This L’Angelus wine has craftsmanship and terroir-expression here and it should drink well for two decades. The Chateau L’Angelus Grand Cru 2014 is a real head-turner! This Chateau L’Angelus Grand Cru 2014 has a blend of 62% Merlot and 38% Cabernet Franc.
Chateau Angelus has one of the longest histories in the St. Emilion appellation. The de Bouard family has an even longer history in the region. In fact, the de Bouard family has been in Bordeaux since 1544, according to family archives. In 1626 the de Bouard family began buying land in the Dordogne where they eventually settled. Chateau Angelus has been considered one of the top estates in the entire Right Bank.
James Suckling : 96 Points
Robert Parker : 93 Points
Wine Spectator : 95 Points