2023 Le Carillon d'Angelus Saint-Emilion Grand Cru FUTURES 6 x 750ml

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This is a BHW Direct Import/Ex-Chateau item.This is a futures item that is expected to deliver in 2026. 

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There’s depth and beauty to this wine. It offers crunchy fruit, a chalky undertone and a hint of raw coffee bean. Medium body. Fine tannins. Bright and transparent. 90% merlot and 10% cabernet franc. ~94-95 JS

The 2023 Le Carillon d'Angélus matured in around 50% new oak. This is quite taut and linear on the nose—a more streamlined Carillon perhaps, with touches of crushed stone infusing the red berry fruit. The palate is medium-bodiedwith a hint of blood orange on the entry, vivacious red berry fruit and a generous white pepper note toward the finish. There’s something almost Burgundian about this Carillon in terms of the tannin structure. Give it three or four years in bottle.~90-92 NM-VM

The 2023 Le Carillon d'Angélus, as usual a blend of 90% Merlot and 10% Cabernet Franc, exhibits attractive aromas of cherries, raspberries and blackberries mingled with hints of exotic spices, vine smoke and violets. Medium to full-bodied, fleshy and polished, it's layered and enveloping, with a charming, seamless profile and a long, mouthwatering finish. As readers will by now remember, this bottling is no longer a "second wine" per se but rather draws on some 25 hectares of dedicated vineyards, emphasizing Merlot from the cool terroirs of Saint-Christophe-des-Bardes, complemented by holdings in the gravelly Figeac sector and on clay soils near Angélus itself—with anything that doesn't make the cut relegated to the No. 3 d'Angélus. ~91-93 RP