Chateau D'Angles Classique Rouge
Documents from 1605 testify that the Fabre Family was cultivating vineyards in the Corbieres, Languedoc Roussillon. In 1711, the family settled down in Gasparets , where they nurtured their vineyards for three centuries. In 1867, Auguste Fabre married Irma Coulon, owner of Chateau Coulon Veredus in Cruscades. In 1876, the Fabre Family procured Chateau de Luc located in Luc sur Orbieu. In 1950, Andre Fabre wed Jacqueline Baldy, whose family has lived on the vineyard of Grande Courtade near Beziers since 1763. In 1982, Louis Fabre took over the family vineyard. He lives with his family in Luc sur Orbieu, where he welcomes wine-lovers in the cellar.
Style Notes :
- Variety: Red Blend
- Origin: France
- Locality: Languedoc Roussillon
Tasting Notes :
Chateau D'Angles Classique Rouge has a deep red colour with black highlights. The aroma evokes ripe red and black fruits such as blackcurrant and also pepper and liquorice. Smooth, fruity and balanced wine, structured by delicate and silky tannins.