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The wine of Château des Milles Anges is recognised as a high quality wine in the Cadillac Côtes de Bordeaux appellation (blend: 70% Merlot, 20% Cabernet Sauvignon and 10% Cabernet Franc...Lire plus Learn more
Château des Milles Anges is recognized as a high quality wine in the Cadillac Côtes de Bordeaux appellation (blend: 70% Merlot, 20% Cabernet Sauvignon and 10% Cabernet Franc.) It regularly receives multiple medals and awards as well as numerous references and citations in specialized magazines such as La Revue du Vin de France, Le Point, Decanter, Wine Enthusiast Expert Review by Roger VOSS, Town & Country Magazine, Top Vins Magazine, etc... The vines benefit from the best exposures of the region being located on the highest hills of Bordeaux. The Thousand Angels' peak at 110m enjoys the refreshing winds of the Garonne just in front of Sauternes. The vineyard covers 25 ha on clayey-limestone and gravelly slopes well exposed to sunlight. These advantages guarantee us better than average maturities and special protection against the risks of mildew or even hail. The 2018 vintage is a success for us because this year again we can already declare a harvest of exceptional quality! The vinification is monitored and advised by Hubert de Boüard, a great oenologist and owner of Château Angelus in Saint Emilion.
The Château des Mille Anges owes its name to the place called "Milange" where the convent of the Sisters of the Assumption was located next to the new Church of Saint Germain de Graves. Rebuilt in the 19th century in the neo-Romanesque style, the square bell tower-porch and the old paintings can still be admired. The nuns cultivated the vines to provide for their needs for table and mass wines. Until the Second World War, the convent welcomed a multitude of children in need or abandoned. It closed its doors definitively afterwards and Mrs Van Ekris bought it in 1994, seduced by the unique panorama from the top of the hills, and delighted with her husband Tony to finally be able to realize their dream of becoming a wine producer. It was then that she gave the estate the name Château des Mille Anges in memory of the orphans of the early 20th century, while keeping the pronunciation of the place.