March: Chateau D’Angles


Syrah, Grenache Noir, Mourvedre


Dan Murphy


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Rating 3 /5


La Clape France


The Donna Review

A lovely bouquet and depth of rich red in the glass. An interesting mix of grapes which compliment each other well. A smooth wine and easy to drink. Could easily drink this on its own or with food. It does have alot more depth than the previous one.

Rating: 3.5/5

Man with no palate Review

Syrah, Grenache Noir and Mourvedre sounds like some weird experiment. And  have still not worked out if I really like them or it is just a mess. I bought this bottle purley on the label  – it is smooth, it does have blackberry kinda undertones, but to be honest I think I preferred the straight Mourvedre we had last time.

Rating: 3/5

The young fine connoisseur

The spice was overpowering.

Rating: 3/5

Chateau D’Angles La Clape Classique 2019 Bottle label Description

Chateau D’Angles sits at the headland of La Clape, an nature conservation area, overlooking vines that slope gently down to the sea.

Enc Fabre former wine maker of Chateau Lafite Rothschild combines an exceptional terroir and a know how to craft expressive and elegant wines.

A blend of Syrah 40% giving spices, Grenache Noir 40% for fruit and Mourvedre 20% for structure.

Drink it at 16oC / 160oF with everyday cooking, cold cuts, cheese and red meat.

McLaren Vale Shiraz  – where to purchase

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