Dear Wine Lover,
We have just received in our cellar a little parcel of a wine I never managed to offer you before and as I know you love Premium Bordeaux wines I wanted to send you a quick email in priority: Château Angelus 2014. Upgraded to 1er Cru Classé A in 2012, together with Pavie and reaching the same classification of St. Emilion legends Cheval Blanc and Ausone, Angelus has confirmed the constant incredible quality this Château has produced over the years.
While the last vintages of Angélus 2015 and 2016 are selling respectively at CHF 315.00+Vat and CHF 375.00+Vat, the 2014 vintage offers a great value for money for this Château, selling at CHF 255.00+Vat. James Suckling comments upon this vintage states the great quality also in the 2014 vintage: Wow. This is really decadent and fascinating and Very long and beautiful with a fantastic rating of 96 points. Also Wine Spectator was in love with this wine giving it a 95 points stating just a terrific expression of the muscular, loamy style.
Having just very few cases available I thought you could be interested in
would you like to confirm a case?
75.0 cl Château Angélus - St. Emilion - 2014 CHF 255.00 (CHF 275.40 Vat Incl.)
For 36 bottles or more CHF 245.00 (CHF 264.60 Vat Incl.)
Very few Magnums at CHF 465.00 (CHF 502.20 Vat Incl.)
James Suckling 96 Points: Wow. This is really decadent and fascinating with forest flowers, chocolate, tea and currants on the nose, which follows through to a firm and silky palate with lots of fruit and balance. Very long and beautiful. Citrusy undertones. Needs five or six years of bottle age to show it all.
Wine Spectator 95 Points: This has a dense, muscular core of warm blackberry, black currant and fig paste flavors, shrouded under a cloak of tobacco and loam. Not shy on toast and balanced by a hefty ganache edge, this isn't heady at all, just a terrific expression of the muscular, loamy style. Best from 2026 through 2040. 8,335 cases made.