Château Angélus 2011 – Saint Emilion 1er Grand Cru Classé

Château Angélus 2011 – Saint Emilion 1er Grand Cru Classé

The nose is fruity, aromatic and offers power, elegance as well as complexity. It reveals notes of fairly ripe wild strawberry, creamy blackberry and more slightly graphite, camphor, fairly ripe raspberry associated with touches of creamy blue berry fruits, hints of caramelization, toasted hazelnut, pepper of Cuben as well as a very discreet hint of toasted, sweet blond tobacco and an imperceptible hint of tonka bean. The palate is fruity, balanced and offers elegance, freshness, gourmandize, a tangy frame, minerality, a little creaminess, finesse in its richness as well as a little airy side in its richness. On the palate, this wine expresses notes of fairly ripe wild strawberries, wild blackberries and more slightly juicy / pulpy small blue fruits associated with touches of fairly ripe small red fruits as well as hints of chocolate and toasted almonds, tobacco, nutmeg, with a hint of graphite, salinity and a subtle hint of almost gravy. Tannins are grainy, angular and well structured.

Note (Score): 17.75/20

Note (Score): 96/100

Date de dégustation (Tasting date): 11/2021

Dégustateur (Wine Critic): Choukroun Chicheportiche Jonathan

Type d'agriculture (Agriculture): Agriculture Raisonnée (Sustainable Agriculture)

Type (Kind): Rouge (Red)

Format dégusté (Tasted bottle size): Bouteille (Bottle)

En Primeur (EnPrimeur): Non (No)

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