The history of Chateau Bellevue takes another turn in 2007, when the Château becomes the property of the Pradel de Lavaux and Boüard de Laforest families. The Château takes its name from its breathtaking view of the Dordogne valley.
The terroir of Chateau Bellevue covers 6.82 hectares in one piece, planted with 100% Merlot. Viticulture is traditional and respectful of the environment. The harvest is 100% manual. The vinification is made in stainless steel vats, concrete and wood and the aging is 16 to 20 months in barrels.
Chateau Bellevue offers a dark and deep color. The attack is creamy with sweetness. In the mouth, it evolves by revealing a fresh and dense structure, dressed with a refined velvety. The finish is long and pure.
|GRAPE TYPE||MERLOT,CABERNET SAUVIGNON|