It is known as the best pink wine in the world. It is said that the name was inspired by a famous painting in the 16th century, written by Agostino Carracci. The faces of the three angels in his works are different from the traditional innocent and lovely appearance, and the smiles are a bit sly when you look closely, as if they are talking about people's right and wrong behind their backs. Some people call this painting "Angel's Whispering", but I like to call it "Angel's Squeak"!
Whispering Angel came out in 2006, and it was a thunderbolt, which raised the status of pink wine a lot in an instant, because its owner Sacha Lichine family is prominent, and his father Alexis Lichine is known as the most influential before the rise of Robert Parker. Powerful wine critic. He published a classic in 1961, re-ranking the Bordeaux classified wineries, and was honored as The Pope of Wine (The Pope of Wine), and his momentum was the same for a while! Sacha spared no expense and paid a lot of money to hire Patrick Léon, the winemaker of Chateau Mouton Rothschild, to personally supervise the production. Patrick used to be the chief winemaker of the star wines Opus One and Almaviva, which pushed the reputation of California and Chilean wines to the top, so this time their cooperation has attracted the attention of wine critics around the world.
Trying its 2020 vintage today, the color is light pink, showing a slight apricot color under the light; the smell is elegant grapefruit, white peach and orange blossom aroma, the entrance is sour and the fruit structure is tight, like the sweetness of honeydew melon, peach Fragrant, with soft tannins looming at the end, which just wraps up all the fruit aromas. Such a comprehensive rosé wine is rare.