Red fruit aromas sprite out of the glass on the nose. The main varieties comes together to bring in fruitiness, good fine tannins and a tinge of spice.
The wine was first produced in the 19th century. In 1993, Gerard Perse, an ex-professional cyclist acquired Monbousquet. He is now the owner of several wine estates such as Pavie, Pavie-Decesse and La Clusière. Well-known oenologist, Michel Rolland has collaborated in the winemaking process. The reviews of Angélique de Monbousquet 2014 are mostly positive. According to a wine lover in Malaysia, the 2014 Angélique de Monbousquet are soft, fresh and open-knit. Black cherry, mocha, spice and leather provide the wine it’s dark shades of expression. The wine is aged in 60% new oak, which is neatly carried on the nose that provides sous bois and cedar aroma making the slightly sultry black fruit tastes better. Also, the palate is medium-bodied with chalky tannin, a little rustic in style like the nose with good acidity.