The dark ruby-colored 1999 d'Angludet possesses seductive, elegant, sweet red and black currants intertwined with floral notes. The wine is stylish, restrained, fruity, medium-bodied, and classic. It has good acidity and soft tannin. This wine is ideal for drinking over the next decade.
Robert Parker, Wine Advocate, April 2002
The history of Chateau d'Angludet can be tracked back to the 12th century despite the vines were planted during the 17th century. Owned by the Sichel family since1961, Angludet is situated at the heart of the prestigious appellation of Margaux and surrounded by Cru Classé properties (Château Giscours, Château Brane Cantenac and Château du Tertre). It is the responsibility of Benjamin Sichel, whose constant quest for quality is reflected in his policy of drastically limiting the yield of each vine plant and finding the natural balance of the entire vineyard, in order to get the best expression of this exceptional terroir in every glass. Angludet's wines enjoy a worldwide reputation for their elegance, aromatic finesse and their exceptional ageing potential.