1995 Chateau Angelus (1.5 L - Magnum)Bordeaux, France
|Sub Region||:||St Emilion|
|Capacity||:||1.5 L - Magnum|
|Rating||:||91 pts||Tasting Note||:||Dark, fairly opaque ruby colour, lightening on rim. The nose is dominated by ripe raspberry fruit that is pure and substantial. There are notes of tobacco, smoke, earth and cedar-wood as well as a background of vanillin oak. On the palate it is quite silky with warm berry fruit up against grippy tannins and highish acidity, just a little hint of bitterness. Lots of coffee and cream too and good length. Savoury, complex and layered, this is fine though not as good as the 1970. I also doubt if it has the concentration of fruit or perfect balance to age as well as that wine. Hyper-critical analysis of a very fine wine.|
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