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Chateau Angludet Margaux

Our Import
$93.50
Country / Region: France
Vineyard: Chateau Angludet
Vintage: 2012

The flagship wine of Chateau Angludet in Margaux, deep and intense - and 1/8th of the price of nextdoor Chateau Margaux.

Margaux is one of the most sought after appellations in 'Left Bank' Bordeaux, with deep gravel soils ideal for making top quality Cabernet Sauvignon.  

55% Cabernet Sauvignon, 35% Merlot, 10% Petit Verdot.  

Chateau Angludet sadly missed out on the Bordeaux Classification of 1855 due to being broken up by inheritance immediately before the assessment.  Their loss is our gain though, as it means top quality Margaux at a fraction of the price.  Next door Chateau Margaux sells for $700 a bottle in NZ, and the great vintages a multiple of this again.

Robert Parker says:

"Another truly exceptional wine from the Sichel family, a deep ruby/purple color, a sweet floral, blueberry and blackcurrant-scented nose with a touch of licorice, and a nice, fleshy mouthfeel. This is a sexy, mouth-filling and satisfying wine from both a hedonistic and intellectual vantage point. Drink this sleeper of the vintage over the next decade."

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