Angélus Rings Loudly

Hubert de Boüard has battled to gain recognition in St.-Emilion
From the Dec 15, 2013, issue

Hubert de Bouärd is intellectual, ambitious and determined. He is also proud. He may have threatened to walk away when his father once shamed him in public, but he makes it clear he's not going anywhere now. He believes Angélus belongs right where it is—among St.-Emilion's best. Wine Spectator's Mitch Frank explains.

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