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Owned by the Sichel family of Chateau Palmer since 1961, Angludet is situated at the heart of the appellation of Margaux and surrounded by Cru Classé properties. 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 and finding the natural balance of the entire vineyard, the vineyard of Château Angludet covers a surface area of 32 hectares, all within Margaux and planted with 46 percent Cabernet Sauvignon, 41 percent Merlot and 13 percent Petit Verdot.
Bordeaux & the 2010 Vintage: “One of Bordeaux’s greatest virtues is its ability to transcend time. Since its earliest days, Bordeaux’s natural inclination towards longevity coupled with crowd-pleasing volume has enabled devotees to build cellars and plunder mature vintages with almost wanton abandon.” Neil Martin Vinous Media.
“The 2010 is a classic hot vintage with super-racy acidity, powerful yet fresh tannins and ripe, muscular fruit. Overall, I rate the vintage at 95–98 points for both the Left and Right Banks,” Wine Spectator
2010 Chateau Angludet – Margaux – Bordeaux – $149.95 per bottle – six packs .
90 points Robert Parker’s Wine Advocate
“A major sleeper of the vintage, as I thought from barrel several years ago, the 2010 is one of the best Angludets I have tasted. It should drink nicely for 15-20 years, but there is no reason to defer your gratification. It is a sexy, up-front, precociously styled Angludet with a deep purple color, loads of floral notes intermixed with licorice, blueberry, black raspberry and, of course, the classic creme de cassis. It is dense, ripe, soft, round and surprisingly accessible for a 2010. A beauty!” 
90 Points Neal Martin,
“The Chateau Angludet 2010 has a lifted bouquet of blackberry, raspberry and black plum, with hints of soy and fresh tobacco underneath. The palate is rounded and supple on the entry, very well balanced with great purity and precision towards the finish. This is one of the most sophisticated wines from this estate that I have tasted in recent years. Bravo.” 
92 points Wine Enthusiast
“A very complete wine, packed with just the right level of tannins and with the sweet plum fruit pushing through to give richness to the acidity.” 
91 points Wine Spectator
“This has a pure loganberry and damson plum core, with lilac, warm pebble and lightly singed anise notes flittering through the background. Offers well-integrated structure through the finish, with subtle minerality echoing. Best from 2014 through 2026.”

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In 2017 The Case For Wine was purchased by  Ruben Elmer and Roberto Albis.

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