Angélus En Primeur Price Drops

April 24, 2019

Despite an excellent 2018 vintage and high scores from Decanter’s Jane Anson, Château Angélus made the decision to release their grand vin this year at an 8.7% lower price. They maintain that this was a response to the  difficulties of the prior couple of en primeur campaigns. As a Saint-Émilion Premier Grand Cru Classé A, Angélus is regarded as one of the best. Now may be the year to invest in this premium wine.

Related Link: Bordeaux En Primeur 2018: Angélus first to release with ‘sensible move’ back to 2015 price





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