Château d'Angludet

Château d'AngludetAOC:    
Margaux

Classification:
Cru Bourgeois Exceptionnel

Grape varieties:  
Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Petit Verdot

Blending: 
Blending of Château d'Angludet  begins in the February after the harvest. The wines from the best plots are then selected by Benjamin Sichel for their complementary qualities. Thus, only 70% of the volume of the harvest is selected for Château d'Angludet.

Annual production:   
120 000 bottles

Neighbouring Grands Crus:   
Château Giscours - 3rd Cru Classé
Château Brane Cantenac - 3rd Cru Classé
Château du Tertre – 5th Cru Classé

Ageing qualities:  
Can be laid down for between 10 to 20 years, while the best vintages will still be providing much pleasure after 50 years.

Serving temperature:   
17°C to 18° C (or slightly cooler than room temperature).

Serving suggestions:   
Red meat, game, slightly spicy foods, cheese

Miscellaneous: 
Member of the Union des Grands Crus
Regularly cited in the trade press
On a par with a Grand Cru Classé
Union des Grands Crus

For further information   

Union des Grands Crus : Product information from sichel.fr web site


Chateau Palmer
Vintage 2006
Optimum Drinking and Ageing Potential
2014-2030
Grape Varieties in the Final Blend
Cabernet Sauvignon: 56%   Merlot: 44%


 

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