Vintage 2022

La Clape Classique White, Château d`Angles

Chateau d`Angles
Product Code: DH04ZZWC

Tasting Notes

Pale yellow colour with golden glints. Elegant bouquet of spring flowers and fresh spices such as anise or fennel. Smooth mouth revealing a rich and long complexity of white fruits balanced by a mineral freshness.

Profile

Giro Ros
13.5
FRANCE
6
Cork
Chateau d`Angles
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Technical Director of Château Lafite Rothschild, as
well as taking a much lesser known Médoc label to
the highest accolades in only six years. It was however,
a lifelong dream to own a vineyard on the
Mediterranean, so 2001 saw Eric and his wife Christine
hunting from Perpignan to Nîmes for a high
quality terroir. They were quickly seduced by the
Château d`Anglès, and what a very understandable
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of Château d`Anglès overlooks the vines that
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Hard really to imagine a more idyllic setting
and just as hard to imagine a family more passionately
dedicated to the constant improvement of the
quality of their wines.
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carried inland by the night sea breeze allows the
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And it is the surrounding vegetation of the “garrigue”,
including pines, thyme, rosemary, juniper and the
aromatic cistus bushes, which contributes the aromas
that give the wines of the terroir de La Clape their specifically
Mediterranean flavour. This apparently dry and
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                    [Notes1] => Eric Fabré, ex Technical Director at Lafite Rothschild, purchased this estate in 2001, ending his search for the best terroir for Mourvèdre in France. Recognising the potential of this grape with warming 
temperatures and increasingly dry summers, Eric and his son Vianney have been re-planting Mourvèdre and reinvigorating the soil life in the vineyards on their 35ha estate. The vines sit on the limestone and 
sandy soils of the famous elevated hill of La Clape. The dry north-
westerly blows’ through the herb scented terrain, wafting Thyme and Rosemary into the vineyards below. This ‘garrigue’ adds another 
dimension to the wines. In the vineyards, they focus on natural 
treatments such as pine resin over herbicides. The vineyards will be certified organic next year. Intervention is low in the winery, the 
classique range is aged in concrete tanks and the age-worthy Grand Vin spends time in one-year-old barrels sourced from the hallowed cellars of Lafite. 
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true potential of this vineyard, and now have a
range of award-winning wines to show for their enthusiasm
and commitment. With a lifetime in wine
making, Eric Fabre`s career includes eight years as
Technical Director of Château Lafite Rothschild, as
well as taking a much lesser known Médoc label to
the highest accolades in only six years. It was however,
a lifelong dream to own a vineyard on the
Mediterranean, so 2001 saw Eric and his wife Christine
hunting from Perpignan to Nîmes for a high
quality terroir. They were quickly seduced by the
Château d`Anglès, and what a very understandable
temptation! The beautiful ancient stone ‘mas’ farmhouse
of Château d`Anglès overlooks the vines that
slope gently down to the shores of the Mediterranean.
Hard really to imagine a more idyllic setting
and just as hard to imagine a family more passionately
dedicated to the constant improvement of the
quality of their wines.
                    [Notes5] =>  The Château d`Anglès vines bask in 310 days of sunshine
a year, enjoy an average temperature of 14°C
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winds to keep them healthy. In addition, the moisture
carried inland by the night sea breeze allows the
grapes to reach full aromatic and phenolic maturation.
And it is the surrounding vegetation of the “garrigue”,
including pines, thyme, rosemary, juniper and the
aromatic cistus bushes, which contributes the aromas
that give the wines of the terroir de La Clape their specifically
Mediterranean flavour. This apparently dry and
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the hard, stony, well-draining limestone soil, together
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                    [Notes1] => Eric Fabré, ex Technical Director at Lafite Rothschild, purchased this estate in 2001, ending his search for the best terroir for Mourvèdre in France. Recognising the potential of this grape with warming 
temperatures and increasingly dry summers, Eric and his son Vianney have been re-planting Mourvèdre and reinvigorating the soil life in the vineyards on their 35ha estate. The vines sit on the limestone and 
sandy soils of the famous elevated hill of La Clape. The dry north-
westerly blows’ through the herb scented terrain, wafting Thyme and Rosemary into the vineyards below. This ‘garrigue’ adds another 
dimension to the wines. In the vineyards, they focus on natural 
treatments such as pine resin over herbicides. The vineyards will be certified organic next year. Intervention is low in the winery, the 
classique range is aged in concrete tanks and the age-worthy Grand Vin spends time in one-year-old barrels sourced from the hallowed cellars of Lafite. 
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d`Anglès they have succeeded in revealing the
true potential of this vineyard, and now have a
range of award-winning wines to show for their enthusiasm
and commitment. With a lifetime in wine
making, Eric Fabre`s career includes eight years as
Technical Director of Château Lafite Rothschild, as
well as taking a much lesser known Médoc label to
the highest accolades in only six years. It was however,
a lifelong dream to own a vineyard on the
Mediterranean, so 2001 saw Eric and his wife Christine
hunting from Perpignan to Nîmes for a high
quality terroir. They were quickly seduced by the
Château d`Anglès, and what a very understandable
temptation! The beautiful ancient stone ‘mas’ farmhouse
of Château d`Anglès overlooks the vines that
slope gently down to the shores of the Mediterranean.
Hard really to imagine a more idyllic setting
and just as hard to imagine a family more passionately
dedicated to the constant improvement of the
quality of their wines.
                    [Notes5] =>  The Château d`Anglès vines bask in 310 days of sunshine
a year, enjoy an average temperature of 14°C
(55°F) and benefit from the prevailing dry northerly
winds to keep them healthy. In addition, the moisture
carried inland by the night sea breeze allows the
grapes to reach full aromatic and phenolic maturation.
And it is the surrounding vegetation of the “garrigue”,
including pines, thyme, rosemary, juniper and the
aromatic cistus bushes, which contributes the aromas
that give the wines of the terroir de La Clape their specifically
Mediterranean flavour. This apparently dry and
hostile environment belies its generosity, and in fact,
the hard, stony, well-draining limestone soil, together
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temperatures and increasingly dry summers, Eric and his son Vianney have been re-planting Mourvèdre and reinvigorating the soil life in the vineyards on their 35ha estate. The vines sit on the limestone and 
sandy soils of the famous elevated hill of La Clape. The dry north-
westerly blows’ through the herb scented terrain, wafting Thyme and Rosemary into the vineyards below. This ‘garrigue’ adds another 
dimension to the wines. In the vineyards, they focus on natural 
treatments such as pine resin over herbicides. The vineyards will be certified organic next year. Intervention is low in the winery, the 
classique range is aged in concrete tanks and the age-worthy Grand Vin spends time in one-year-old barrels sourced from the hallowed cellars of Lafite. 
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d`Anglès they have succeeded in revealing the
true potential of this vineyard, and now have a
range of award-winning wines to show for their enthusiasm
and commitment. With a lifetime in wine
making, Eric Fabre`s career includes eight years as
Technical Director of Château Lafite Rothschild, as
well as taking a much lesser known Médoc label to
the highest accolades in only six years. It was however,
a lifelong dream to own a vineyard on the
Mediterranean, so 2001 saw Eric and his wife Christine
hunting from Perpignan to Nîmes for a high
quality terroir. They were quickly seduced by the
Château d`Anglès, and what a very understandable
temptation! The beautiful ancient stone ‘mas’ farmhouse
of Château d`Anglès overlooks the vines that
slope gently down to the shores of the Mediterranean.
Hard really to imagine a more idyllic setting
and just as hard to imagine a family more passionately
dedicated to the constant improvement of the
quality of their wines.
                    [Notes5] =>  The Château d`Anglès vines bask in 310 days of sunshine
a year, enjoy an average temperature of 14°C
(55°F) and benefit from the prevailing dry northerly
winds to keep them healthy. In addition, the moisture
carried inland by the night sea breeze allows the
grapes to reach full aromatic and phenolic maturation.
And it is the surrounding vegetation of the “garrigue”,
including pines, thyme, rosemary, juniper and the
aromatic cistus bushes, which contributes the aromas
that give the wines of the terroir de La Clape their specifically
Mediterranean flavour. This apparently dry and
hostile environment belies its generosity, and in fact,
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About this product +

Producer >

Eric Fabré, ex Technical Director at Lafite Rothschild, purchased this estate in 2001, ending his search for the best terroir for Mourvèdre in France. Recognising the potential of this grape with warming temperatures and increasingly dry summers, Eric and his son Vianney have been re-planting Mourvèdre and reinvigorating the soil life in the vineyards on their 35ha estate. The vines sit on the limestone and sandy soils of the famous elevated hill of La Clape. The dry north-westerly blows’ through the herb scented terrain, wafting Thyme and Rosemary into the vineyards below. This ‘garrigue’ adds another dimension to the wines. In the vineyards, they focus on natural treatments such as pine resin over herbicides. The vineyards will be certified organic next year. Intervention is low in the winery, the classique range is aged in concrete tanks and the age-worthy Grand Vin spends time in one-year-old barrels sourced from the hallowed cellars of Lafite. 

Viticulture >

La Clape is a rocky, limestone outcrop overlooking the Mediterranean and covering an area of 1,500 hectares. Basking in 300 days of sunshine a year, refreshed by Mediterranean breezes, the vines thrive in these hostile, chalky soils that are surrounded by `garrigue`, the wild scrubland typical to the South of France. The 45 hectare estate is managed by sustainable practices in accordance with the High Environmental Value charter (HVE) with respect for the environment, using composted pomace, mulched prunings, plowing, no insecticides and no weedkillers. Harvesting is done by hand.

Winemaking >

Harvest : two months long picking according to maturity of each variety and plots. Grapes are hand-selected. Vinification : total de-stemming, slow pressing, juice is gravity-fed into vats, each variety is vinified separately. Cleaned from raw lees twice, traditional temperature controlled fermentation. Ageing : stirring of the fine lees in concrete vats during 4 to 5 months. Natural stabilisation and static clarification by gravity, no fining

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