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Chateau d'Angludet Red Bordeaux

 Producer Chateau d'Angludet
 Region Bordeaux
 Country France
 Type Red Bordeaux
 Varietals MerlotCabernet SauvignonCabernet FrancPetit VerdotMalbec
 Alcohol 13.5% alc/vol
 Vintage 2005

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About the Producer

Chateau d'Angludet
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Chateau d'Angludet

Cantenac, Gironde, France Cantenac, Gironde, France

The first records of a noble residence on the estate of Angludet (which means "angle of high land") date back to 1150. The first lord of Angludet, who is referred to in a deed from 1273, was Bernard d'Angludet, a knight who also owned another fief in Bouliac. In all likelihood, the vineyard has been...

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