Marquis d’Angerville

Marquis d’Angerville is legendary and can lay claim to being the finest for red wine in the Côte de Beaune. It has been going in its current form for over 200 years and consists of 13.5 hectares of vines, including 8 Volnay Premier Crus and their most famous wine, the monopole ‘Clos des Ducs’ vineyard. One of the first estates to bottle its own wine, it really came to fame under Jacques d’Angerville, who took over in 1952. His son Guillaume has run it since Jacques’ passing and, if anything, the wines have got even finer. The Fremiet has a fabulous fragrant nose and flavours of black cherry, raspberry compote and some oak spice. Elegantly textured, it has the structure to age for a decade or more.