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> 1993 L'Angelus - Saint-Emilion, Bordeaux, France

1993 Angelus: A dark color and a wine tasting rather young for its 12 years. Very blackberry marmalade on the nose, with a rich and ultra-ripe fruity texture, though sadly just slightly corked. Still, a very fine effort from a difficult vintage.

(Tasted by Panos Kakaviatos)

> 1995 L'Angelus - Saint-Emilion, Bordeaux, France

1995 Angelus: Ruby colour. The nose explodes into a stew of autumn ripe fruits (prune, cooked pears). Tannins are well integrated, but the finish ends on a curious impression of jammy roasted fruit. A kind of lactic feel on the palate gives me the impression of an over-extracted 1995 Angelus. I'm not totally convinced by this wine. 87/100. 

> 2000 L'Angelus - Saint-Emilion, Bordeaux, France

2000 Angelus: Rather dark color with intense dark cherry and toasted aromas and flavors similar to Pavie. Full bodied, almost New World but a bit alcoholic. Finish was impressive however. I really liked this wine. One participant noted a “very tannic wine that one can chew. ” 3 votes out of 12"

(Tasted by Panos Kakaviatos)

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