Chateau Angelus 2012 (RP:94) / 2014 (RP:93)

FRR00575A

Vintage

於1782年創立,Chateau Angelus 是 Bouard Laforest 家族共八代人的熱情工作展現。Angelus 風格就是果敢的葡萄樹和獨一無二風土的結合,它的獨特性格來自聖艾美倫區南岸,和它多年來都喜歡使用高比例的Cabernet Franc,令此酒豐富、有深度、順滑、典雅、有貴氣、純淨和新鮮。

產區保護條例:
AOC Saint Emilion Grand Cru, Premier Grand Cru Classe A

產地:
法國波爾多

葡萄品種:
60% Merlot, 40% Cabernet Franc

品酒筆記:

(2012) 

這年份有較直接以及奔放的花香,莓果,橙及柑橘類植物的味道。這無容置疑地細緻及有活力,與空氣接觸後會有輕輕的海洋氣息,中度酒體,圓潤而帶柔順單寧,感覺亦帶有一些蜂蜜感,亦有酸度作平衡。

(2014)

這年份的Angelus在桶內陳年過程,及在樽內,已展現出氣度。同時此酒流露出極吸引的黑莓,及雲呢拿香氣,當中還帶有橡木桶的味道。中度酒體而單寧細緻,酸度清脆,簡潔而餘韻悠長,亦有黑果香氣。

 

Founded in 1782, Chateau Angelus is the work of a written passion for eight generations of the family Bouard Laforest. The Angelus style is the marriage of a bold vines and an exceptional terroir. It is this unique character born from the south coast of Saint-Emilion and its high proportion of Cabernet Franc that we like to find over the vintages: richness, density, smoothness, elegance, race, purity and freshness.

Appellation:
AOC Saint Emilion Grand Cru Premier Grand Cru Classe A

Country of Origin:
Bordeaux, France

Grape Varieties:
60% Merlot, 40% Cabernet Franc

Tasting Notes:

(2012)
The 2012 Angelus has a forward and generous bouquet of mulberry, boysenberry, orange rind and slithers of tangerine. It is undoubtedly detailed and energetic, a subtle marine scent surfacing with continued aeration. The palate is medium-bodied with rounded and supple tannin, slightly honeyed in texture yet with a keen line of acidity running through it.

(2014)
The 2014 Angelus has developed with some panache during its barrel maturation and now in bottle, it conveys attractive blackberry, briary and vanilla pod aromas, the oak neatly integrated. It is not the most powerful bouquet that Hubert de Boüard de Laforest has ever overseen, though it offers precision and focus. The palate is medium-bodied with fine tannin, a crisp line of acidity, quite compact and linear in the mouth with a subtle oyster-shell note that tinctures the black fruit towards the persistent finish.



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