The chateau's name and logo were inspired from the church bells that could be heard ringing from their vineyards. Chateau Angelus as we know it today began life in the early twentieth century when Maurice de Bouard de La Forest inherited the vineyard and started acquiring the surrounding lands. Since taking charge of Chateau Angelus in 1989, Hubert de Bouard has achieved a breathtaking transformation. Having studied under the great Professor Emile Peynaud, de Bouard introduced innovative techniques that have made Angelus one of the most recognised St.Emilion wines today.
The quality of Angelus wines produced is undoubted, with critics heaping praise on the chateau year after year. The chateau has truly excelled in the 21st century with the 2005, 2009 and 2010 vintages all scoring 99+ ratings from Robert Parker's 'Wine Advocate'. We highly regard this Chateau and believe it's investment pedigree evident in the historical performance.
The performance of recent vintages of Chateau Angelus
All values taken from Liv-Ex, with data correct on 21/09/17