Château Angélus

St. Émilion Grand Cru Red Bordeaux Blend

9.237 ratings
8.914 pro ratings
St. Émilion, Libournais, Bordeaux, France
Red Bordeaux Blend
Top Notes For
Chris Tanghe

Tannic little bugger, needs more time

Tannic little bugger, needs more time

Mar 12th, 2016
Mark Bright

Partner/Wine Director Saison Restaurant

8.3

A little austere and green, not my favorite style

A little austere and green, not my favorite style

Jan 14th, 2015
Max Coane

Corked

Corked

Apr 5th, 2014
Mick Farrell

Oh, Angelus!

Oh, Angelus!

Mar 1st, 2019
Charles-Everard de T'Serclaes

Family Christmas Party...

Family Christmas Party...

Dec 17th, 2018
Victor Chang

Expressive aromatics. The palate exudes great weight but still elegant. Long finish. Delicious!

Expressive aromatics. The palate exudes great weight but still elegant. Long finish. Delicious!

Jul 4th, 2018
Drew feinberg

This wine is seemless saturated black and blue fruit powerful

This wine is seemless saturated black and blue fruit powerful

Jun 24th, 2017
Chris Langstaff

Musty! Deep nose. Barnyard. Pallet is deep and complex. Not really pulling any particular fruitiness until the end, and at that point it might be prune or plum. It's something dark and deep.

Musty! Deep nose. Barnyard. Pallet is deep and complex. Not really pulling any particular fruitiness until the end, and at that point it might be prune or plum. It's something dark and deep.

Nov 27th, 2016
Stephen Mandy

Absolutely lush fruit SoftTannins dark cherries and chewy textures that fill the mouth and linger after.

Absolutely lush fruit SoftTannins dark cherries and chewy textures that fill the mouth and linger after.

Jul 24th, 2016
David Langstaff

Still surprisingly tannic. Could AG a few more years. Even after opening for a few hours. Lovely earthy nose. Spicy even. Needed a bit more balance which will come when the tannins integrate more.

Still surprisingly tannic. Could AG a few more years. Even after opening for a few hours. Lovely earthy nose. Spicy even. Needed a bit more balance which will come when the tannins integrate more.

Jul 19th, 2014