Chateau d’Angludet is located in Margaux and, owned since 1961 by the Sichel family, who are also part owners of Chateau Palmer and a number of other estates. Angludet’s wines enjoy a worldwide reputation for their elegance, aromatic finesse and their exceptional ageing potential. Aged in barrels for 12 months; the wine is unfiltered to keep its phenolic components intact.
“Licorice, blackberry and lightly toasted oak. Full-bodied, with velvety and polished tannins that follow through to a refined and delicious finish. So pretty already.” – 90/93 James Suckling, WineSpectator.com, April 2010
French red wine from Margaux in Bordeaux France, made with Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot And Cabernet Franc.
Château Angludet is situated at the heart of the prestigious appellation of Margaux in Bordeaux and is surrounded by Cru Classe properties. It is the responsibility of Benjamin Sichel, whose constant quest for quality is reflected in his policy of drastically limiting the yield of each vine and finding the natural balance of the entire vineyard, in order to get the best expression of this exceptional terroir in every glass. Angludet’s wines enjoy a worldwide reputation for their elegance, aromatic finesse and their exceptional ageing potential. View our selection.
The Château Angludet estate covers a total of 81 hectares, 32 of which are planted with vines which are 25 years old on average. The vineyard is planted with 46% Cabernet Sauvignon, 41% Merlot and 13% Petit Verdot. Wines are aged in oak barrels for a period of 12 months. It is unfiltered to keep its phenolic components intact. Just prior to bottling, it is fined using egg white to ensure brilliance.
Château Angludet: Wines from the best plots are selected by Benjamin Sichel for their complementary qualities. Only 70% of the volume of the harvest is selected.
La Réserve d’Angludet: their second wine offers deliciously seductive aromas set off to their best advantage by its rounded, supple structure. A wine for drinking young, usually between the fourth and tenth year after the harvest.