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Records going back to the year 1150 mention a “noble residence” in Angludet, a name which means “Angle of High Land”. The first lord of the manor, referred to in a deed dated 1273, was the knight
Bertrand d’Angludet. The vineyard has had practically the same configuration since 1758 – thus for over 250 years – which is exceedingly rare.
Diana and Peter Sichel fell in love with Angludet and acquired it in 1961. They undertook a major renovation and Peter Sichel made constant improvements during the 40 years he was in charge. It is now one of the finest wines in Margaux. After Peter Sichel’s death in 1998, his wife, Diana, and their six children have continued his efforts to make the best possible wine.
Since 1989, Benjamin Sichel manages the estate and oversees all aspects of viticulture and winemaking. He is also attentive to using natural, sustainable practices in the vineyard.
100 000 bottles
46% Cabernet Sauvignon
13% Petit Verdot
New Barrels : 35%