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2022 Château Angélus

Flagge Rotwein
Weinart: Rotwein
Rebsorte: 60% Merlot, 40% Cabernet Franc
Flagge Frankreich
Land: Frankreich
Region: Bordeaux
Appellation: Saint-Émilion
Stilistik: komplex, vollmundig & kräftig
Ausbau: 22 Monate im Barrique
Geschmacksrichtung: trocken
Trinktemperatur: 15-18°C
Grimm 98-99+ /100
Suckling 98-99 /100
Vinous 93-95 /100
Dunnuck 97-99 /100
Perrotti-Brown 98-100 /100
Parker 96-98 /100
Allergene: Sulfite,  Abfüllerinformation

488,00 €*

Inhalt: 0.75 Liter (650,67 €* / 1 Liter)

Subskription 2022: Die Auslieferung erfolgt voraussichtlich im Herbst 2025.

Produktnummer: 12140

Michael Grimm

98-99+ POINTS
"... ganz tolle, reife frische, schöne, blumige Frucht, ganz fein, Cab Franc ist Angelus Signatur (40%), super Balance und Struktur, ganz fein, wiederhole ich mich?, kann man nicht oft genug betonen, blaubeerig am Gaumen, große Finesse, feine Tabak-Noten, sowas von fein und lang, großartiges Finale mit perfekten Tanninen." (2023)



93-95 POINTS
From: 2022 Bordeaux En Primeur: Balance Imbalance (May 2023) The 2022 Angélus is racy and super-expressive right out of the gate. These days a more restrained style has become the norm at Angélus, and yet there is plenty of mid-palate pliancy and overall richness. As good as this is, the most impressive 2022s I tasted at Angélus were straight out of barrel, which makes me think the Grand Vin could perhaps be at another level with a bit more selection. Even so, the 2022 is quite alluring.

- Antonio Galloni (04/2023)

James Suckling

98-99 POINTS
So many beautiful primary fruit aromas. Al dente. Peaches. Very floral. Aromatic. Full-bodied and extremely fine tannins with length and beauty that show incredible depth. Superb brightness and reality. Exciting. Cabernet franc freshness and dynamics come through now, even though the blend is 60% merlot and 40% cabernet franc.

Jeb Dunnuck

97-99 POINTS
Looking at the Grand Vin, the 2022 Château Angélus is based on 53% Merlot, 46% Cabernet Franc, and 1% Petit Verdot that will spend 22 months in new French oak, with a portion of the Cabernet Franc aged in foudre. This estate doesn't put a foot wrong, and this is clearly a profound Angélus with a deep purple, almost blue hue, extraordinary notes of cassis, blueberry liqueur, acacia flowers, and scorched earth, full-bodied richness, building tannins, and a dense, concentrated mid-palate, all of which is grounded by a vibrant sense of freshness and purity. While older vintages were more closed and backward on release, this has a certain accessibility given its balance and purity, and I suspect it will offer incredible pleasure right out of the gate. It will evolve for 40+ years as well. (05/2023)

Lisa Perrotti-Brown

98-100 POINTS
The 2022 Château Angélus is made up of 60% Merlot and 40% Cabernet Franc with a pH of 3.65. Deep garnet-purple colored, it prances out of the glass with flamboyant notes of red currant jelly, wild blueberries, cassis, and candied violets, followed by suggestions of jasmine tea, star anise, and crushed rocks. The full-bodied palate is impactful from first sip, yet slowly expands in the mouth, ultimately over-delivering on the nose's promise with layer upon layer of perfumed black and red fruits, supported by super fine-grained, silt-like tannins, finishing long and achingly shimmery. (05/2023)

Parker – Wine Advocate

96-98 POINTS
This estate's shift in the direction of gentler extraction and more reductive, less overtly oaky élevage continues, and this extreme vintage only underlines that. Fermented at cool temperatures (20 to 23 degrees Celsius), and with an increasing proportion of the wine's Cabernet Franc component matured in large wooden foudres, the 2022 Angélus wafts from the glass with deep aromas of dark berries and cherries mingled with hints of iris, licorice and pencil lead. Full-bodied, deep and seamless, with a layered core of cool, vibrant fruit, powdery tannins and a long, saline finish, it's a brilliant young wine in the making. The 2022 is a blend of 53% Merlot, 46% Cabernet Franc and 1% Petit Verdot.

- William Kelley (2023)
Château Angelus

Die „Hells Bells“ von Angélus

Er läutete sie. Aber nicht wie über Jahrhunderte hinweg zum Angélus-Läuten, um die Arbeiter auf dem Feld für einen Moment der Andacht innehalten zu lassen.

Er ist Hubert de de Boüard de Laforest - Chef im Hause Angélus.