Located on the Right Bank of the Garonne River in the commune of St. Émilion, sits the illustrious “Golden Bell” of Château Angélus. It boasts one of the longest histories in Bordeaux, with the Bouard family being in the region since 1544, occupying St. Émilion since 1782 and is still owned by the same family. Château Angélus is one of only four “First Growths” or Premier Grand Cru Classé A (the highest classification on the Right Bank) estates, being classified as such since 2012. The estate is planted to 50% Merlot, 47% Cabernet Franc, and 3% Cabernet Sauvignon and has been certified organic since 2021 (while employing organic practices since 2018). These wines are lushly textured, dense yet vibrant, while exhibiting stunning purity of fruit. These wines are on par with the First Growths of the Left Bank and are some of the most desirable wines in the world.