Once part of Château Angelus, Château Dangay benefits from the coolness of clay soils and the filtering capacities of limestone which provides excellent natural drainage. The wine is aged in 25% in new oak barrels, 25% in one-year barrels, 25% in oak tank, 25% in stainless-steel tanks for several months.
Fresh and expressive aromas of red berries with touch of spices. Medium-bodied on the palate with a soft and juicy texture well balanced with delicates tannins. A very elegant St Emilion.
Bramble fruit aromas on the nose, softly perfumed and concentrated. Bright and juicy on the palate, succulent strawberry and raspberry with elements of milk chocolate that give a creamy and round aspect to the palate. Tannins are fine and well integrated just giving a touch of chew to the fruit. Some liquorice and cedar notes towards the end with a cooling saline finish that's well presented and appealing. Drinking Window 2025 – 2040- 92 pts Georgina Hindle, Decanter Magazine