A deep, ruby red appearance. The intensity of aromas is very pronounced. On the nose, it conjures up a cocktail of red fruit, raspberry and cherry, and candied fruit, black-berry, blueberry and plum. Swirling unveils a floral bouquet of Austin rose and lilac, together with a hint of almond. The tannins are ripe and silky, smooth and rounded. The wine is supple and full and the medium-length finish leaves an impression of freshness. The absence of oak is worthy of mention.
PREMIER GRAND CRU CLASSÉ “A” In the last thirty years, Hubert de Boüard de Laforest has constantly challenged practices and techniques for the benefit of his land and the unique characteristics of the wines grown on it, enabling Château Angélus to be recognized as one of the foremost properties in its appellation area. This recognition has been documented in one classification after another, the last of which awarded Château Angélus the status of Premier Grand Cru Classé "A".