Ranked a Premier Grand Cru Classé (A) in the Classification of Saint-Émilion wine. The name refers to the three Angelus bells audible from the vineyards, coming from the chapel at Mazerat, the church in Saint-Émilion.
The family behind Château Angelus has one of the longest histories in the appellation but the story of the estate begins in 1909 when Maurice de Bouard de La Forest inherited the vineyard owned by his ancestors. Today the winery is run by the 8th generation of the family.
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