Château d'Angludet 2003 Margaux

Delicacy and charm often seem to be the hallmarks of Angludet—positive virtues in a world full of alcoholic, powerful wines. This 2003 has perhaps more tannins than usual from small berries, but it retains the property's elegance. Can be drunk relatively young, but certainly improves over 5–10 years. Roger Voss

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