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Château
Bellevue

Saint émilion grand cru

Château Bellevue belongs to the Pradel de Lavaux and De Boüard de La Forest families. The Angélus team has overseen the destiny of its vineyard and cellars since 2007.

CHÂTEAU BELLEVUE
33330 SAINT-EMILION
+33 (0)557247139



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Owner

The Pradel de Lavaux and De Boüard de Laforest families.

History

3RD CENTURY

Records of Bellevue as a vine-growing site go back to the third century AD. Gallo-Roman vines, dug into the limestone plateau, testify still today to these ancestral practices.

17TH CENTURY

In the 17th century, the Fief de Bellevue was given its proud Chartreuse mansion.

2007

In September 2007, the De Boüard de Laforest family, owners of nearby Château Angélus, acquired 50% of the shares of Château Bellevue.

2016

In 2016, Château Bellevue began its conversion to organic farming.

Key Figures

Grape COmposition

100% Merlot

Soils

Clay-limestone

Surface Area

6.82 hectares (16.85 acres)

Château
Bellevue

2.5 hectares (just over 6 acres) of grounds made up of Mediterranean and Atlantic species form a unique tiny island of bio-diversity at the heart of the vineyard. A walk in this magic place reveals a splendid 17th century Chartreuse featuring terraces lined with balusters and a rich heritage illustrating the history of vines and wine in Saint-Emilion.

To enjoy good food, book a table at the Logis de la Cadène in the centre of the medieval village of Saint-Emilion. This restaurant is owned by the De Boüard de Laforest family.

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