Volnay 1er Cru "Caillerets" 2005 - Marquis d'Angerville

AOC, Burgundy, Côte de Beaune, 1er Cru, Volnay, Caillerets, Marquis d'Angerville

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Tasting notes for the Volnay 1er Cru "Caillerets" 2005 - Marquis d'Angerville

  • EYE: A deep red robe with ruby reflections, indicative of a certain maturity.
  • NOSE: Pleasant aromas of red fruits, lightly wooded, with subtle notes of leather and tobacco.
  • MOUTH: A velvety texture, balanced with flavors of red fruits, a hint of spice, and well-integrated tannins. The finish is persistent, leaving a pleasant impression on the palate once the tasting session is over.


In short: This Volnay 1er Cru "Caillerets" 2005 is at its peak. Ready for consumption now, but can be aged for 5 to 10 years. It pairs perfectly with a berry-infused duck breast or a selection of cheeses. A remarkable wine, unpretentious, delivering an authentic tasting experience.

Other appellations from this estate: Volnay 1er cru Clos des Ducs, Volnay 1er cru Caillerets, Volnay 1er cru Champans, Volnay 1er cru Clos des Angles, Volnay 1er cru Fremiet, Volnay 1er cru Mitans, Volnay 1er cru Pitures, Volnay 1er cru Taillepieds, Volnay Village Grandchamps, Volnay Village Pluchots, Meursault 1er cru Meursault-Santenots, Pommard 1er cru Combes-Dessus, Bourgogne Rouge, Bourgogne Passetoutgrain, Bourgogne Blanc, Bourgogne Aligoté...

Product Details

Data sheet

75 cl
Red Wine
Grape Variety
Pinot Noir
Bourgogne, Côte de Beaune
Marquis d'Angerville
Serving T°
Burghound Rating
1er Cru
Les Caillerets
Producer: Domaine Marquis d'Angerville
Domaine Marquis d'Angerville

Grands crus of Volnay


The very first mention of the Domaine Marquis d'Angerville and its vineyard was found in 1507, when it still belonged to the famous Dukes of Burgundy. At the time, the estate was known as the "Clos des Ducs". In 1804, the Baron du Mesnil bought the Volnay property, which is how it came into the d'Angerville family. Nearly a century later, in 1888, the Baron's great-grandnephew, Sem d'Angerville, inherited the estate.

He waited until 1906 to become its full-time manager. The Clos des Ducs had been completely abandoned after the phylloxera epidemic that had ravaged the vineyard during the late 19th century. Sem brought it back on its feet and founded the Domaine du Marquis d'Angerville. As a fierce advocate for authentic wines, he decided to embottle his own production, going against the dubious ethics of various Beaune merchants.

In his fight against appellation fraud, he helped create the Institut National des Appellations (current INAO), founded in 1935. When he died in 1952, his son Jacques d'Angerville was next in line to take care of the family domain. In love with quality products and involved in many professional wine institutions like Sem was, Jacques solidified the reputation of the estate and dedicated his entire life to Volnay.

In 2003, the current owner Guillaume d'Angerville, is continuing his father's work. Named "Major Burgundian Producer of the 20th Century" by the wine guide Bettane & Desseauve, he represents the sixth generation at the helm of the Domaine Marquis d'Angerville. Seeing the rise of organic winemaking techniques in 2003, he decided to switch to biodynamics three years later, adding some modernity to ancestral family customs.

Browse our selection of organic wines from the Domaine Marquis d'Angerville.

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