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1989 Château D’ANGLUDET. Margaux

Bin:  800

Alcohol percentage:  13%


Margaux is perhaps the most famous but in fact the least consistent of the revered communes of the Haut-Médoc, north of Bordeaux. D’Angludet is a 32 hectare estate with classic gravel-sand soils, next door to Giscours and Du Tertre

Grape variety:

55% Cabernet Sauvignon, 35% Merlot and 10% Petit Verdot; one year in oak (one third new)


Dating back to the 12th century, the estate only acquired its international reputation after being bought and expanded by Peter Sichel in the early 1960s


A great year of long-lived wines

Maturity potential:

2005-2015, at its peak now

Old Bridge rating:

A certain sturdiness, but a relative bargain for a mature claret in a top vintage (when compared to prices for young wines now being released)

Press review:

“A good colour. The nose has an elegant bouquet, although there is also a sooty note suggestive of tannins. With time the nose opens out, to develop considerable fragrance. This is a big and aggressive wine when it comes to the palate. Lots of tannin, supporting some rich, blackcurrant fruit. Low acidity. Finishes with a coating of tannin. Needs another three to five years at least. From a Bordeaux 1989 tasting. 17+/20 (May 2000)” – www.thewinedoctor.com


This wine does not qualify for a further case discount

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