Château Belle-vue
Appellation Haut Médoc


Surface area: 15 Ha

Production: 70 000 bottles produced

Geology: Gravel and clay

Grape varieties : Cabernet sauvignon 48%, Merlot 30%, Petit verdot 20%, Cabernet franc 1%, Carménère 1%.

Ageing: 40% new barrels Duration: 14 months

Acquired by Vincent Mulliez in 2004, Château Belle-Vue comes from an exceptional terroir whose history is intertwined with that of the wines of Bordeaux. Once the seat of an active inland waterway industry, the Château is now renowned for its vineyards. The estate has been highly regarded since the 19th century, and has won many awards: a Gold Medal in Amsterdam in 1895, a Silver Medal in Brussels in 1897, in Paris in 1900 and in Bordeaux in 1907. The last vintages have also been regularly distinguished in competitions and by the international press. Since the premature death of Vincent Mulliez in 2010, his wife Isabelle has taken over the estate. She continues with determination the work initiated by her husband. Indeed, this rigorous and enterprising man had succeeded in a few years in imposing his 3 properties, Belle-Vue, Gironville and Bolaire among the Médoc crus.

Environmental approach: Wonderful terroir, between Ch. Giscours, Cambon la pelouse and Cantemerle

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