Margaux with Benjamin Sichel from Chateau Angludet
This show was published 06 February 2015
The wine estate of Chateau Angludet belongs to the Sichel family, wine merchants in Bordeaux for six generations. The estate is on the south west side of the Margaux appellation 80 hectares with 34 hectares of vines. Benjamin's father bought Angludet in 1961, when just 7 hectares of vines were planted after severe frosts of 1956 destroyed much of the original vineyard. In this interview we talk about the Margaux region - the climate, the weather and the soils - and find out how the vines at Chateau Angludet are managed and maintained.
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