Chateau d'Angludet, 1993
Cantenac (Margaux) Cru bourgois exceptionnel.
Bottle size: 75cl
The 1993 Chateau d'Agludet reveals a pretty bouquet of ripe berry fruit intermingled with scents of earth, herbs, and wood. It is medium-bodied, compact, and small-framed, as well as soft, and accessible.
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