Le Carillon d’Angélus

"Un grand vin c’est un terroir et l’homme pour le révéler, le sublimer, le transmettre..."

By Hubert de Boüard


  • 2nd label of a mythical wine of Saint-Emilion, château Angelus
  • 18 designated hectares (42 acres) of vines, giving the wine an identity of its own
  • A true familial story with a real legacy
  • A wine that can be drunk younger than its elder, though it also has ageing potential.


The history of Château Angélus is a familial History . The estate is located at less than a mile of the renowned church tower of Saint-Emilion in the heart of an amphitheatre. TThe de Boûard de Laforest Family owns the estate for 8 generations. Already an icon Château Angélus became Premier Grand Cru Classé de Saint-Emilion in 1996. Its recent promotion as Premier Grand Cru Classé “A”, the elite, confirmed its fame and its unique status. Today, personified by Stéphanie de Boüard-Rivoal and her cousin Thierry Grenié, the new direction brought Ch. Angelus to the next level.


The terroir of Château Angelus of a suface of 80ha including 55 hectares in Saint-Émilion and 30 which constitute the historic heart of the property is composed by 50% Merlot, 47% Cabernet Franc and 3% Cabernet Sauvignon, extends on clay-limestone soils for the upper part and clay-sand-limestone on the hillsides. In both vineyard and cellar traditional practices are respected. The technical progress is not the sole parameter insuring a high quality wine vintage after vintage. The terroir, the respect of the vines and the typicity of the wines are key aspects to Château Angélus and many tools are used to achieve a perfect balance between power & elegance : organic compost, sustainable approach of the viticulture, optical sorting table, thermo-regulation of the vats, etc… Le Carillon d’Angélus is the second label of Château Angélus. The first vintage of Carillon d’Angélus was bottled in 1987. Today this second label  represents  20% of the estate’s production.  The vines benefit of from the same treatment as the vines dedicated for Château Angélus (leaves thinned out, green harvest…)


At the tasting, nose of Carillon d’Angélus offering black fruits aromas. The mouth is elegant, rafined, smooth with spicy notes and freshness.

  • Owner: Famille DE BOUARD DE LAFOREST
  • General Director : Stéphanie DE BOUARD-RIVOAL
  • CEO : Jean-Bernard GRENIE
  • Oenologist: Emmanuelle d’ALIGNY-FULCHI
  • Cellar Manager : Didier VALLADE
  • Brands Amassadeurs : Asia : Bong GRELAT TRAM; USA : Victoire TOUTON; East Europe: Anna TKACHENKO-MARIE