2020 Tempo d’Angelus Bordeaux 750ml

2+ for $19.99/ea.


17 in stock

SKU: 3258690040913


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    James Suckling: 92-93 points

    “A tight, linear red with lots of currants, salt and cloves on the nose and palate. Really spicy. Medium-bodied with firm, polished tannins and a flavorful finish. A new wine from the owners of Chateau Angélus, from the area of Castillon Côtes de Bordeaux.”

    Review date: June 2021

    Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: 90-92 points

    “Stéphanie de Bou?ard-Rivoal, the president of Angélus, was excited to introduce this brand-new, great-value addition to the Angélus stable. The grapes of Tempo d’Angélus are exclusively sourced from vines belonging to Château Angélus, namely from plots acquired in 2017 for this very purpose and which are located in Castillon-la-Bataille and Sainte-Colombe, a few kilometers from Saint-Émilion, on magnificent clay-limestone slopes. It is vinified in a cellar specifically designed for it, within the 'Chai Carillon,' in which it benefits from state-of-the-art technology and all the savoir-faire of Angélus. Deep garnet-purple colored, the 2020 Tempo d'Angélus charges out of the gate with bold notions of plum preserves, fresh blackberries and Morello cherries, plus hints of tilled soil, black olives and truffles. The medium to full-bodied palate has a beautifully velvety texture and a racy backbone supporting the generous black and red berry layers, finishing earthy. Very impressive for this price point! Drink Date: 2023 – 2035” – Lisa Perrotti-Brown

    Review date: June 2021

    Jeb Dunnuck: 89-91 points

    “A value-priced release from this brilliant estate, the 2020 Tempo D'Angélus comes all from vines owned by Château Angélus and is based on 90% Merlot and 10% Cabernet Franc aged 18 months in barrel. It's well worth seeking out and has a dense purple hue to go with classic Right Bank Merlot black cherry and black raspberry fruits, tobacco, cedarwood, and floral nuances. Rich and medium to full-bodied, with good mid-palate density and a great finish, it should certainly be an outstanding wine.”

    Review date: June 2021