Côtes de Blaye

An accessible, food friendly wine that is easy to drink.

Bottle Size: 750 mL

UPC Number: 088156015031

  • Vintage 2012
  • Producer
  • Country France
  • Region Bordeaux
  • Composition:
    100% Merlot
  • Winemaker Notes Chateau Bellevue in St. Emilion is known to have great terroir. The ancient Romans were aware of this. In fact, when walking the vineyards, it’s easy to spot remains of the original plantings left by ancient Roman vintners.

    The estate is situated at the top of a hill overlooking Plassac, a very privileged area of the Cotes de Blaye wine region on the borderline between the Pays d’Oc and the Pays d’Oeil offering a superb view over the Gironde Estuary. Alain and Anne-Sophie Lancereau bought this wine estate with the aim of making it part of a larger cultural and tourist project.
  • Tasting Notes Château Bellevue is perfect for people who prefer fruity wines with woody wines and wish to learn smooth wines of Bordeaux. Aromas of red and black fruits, is a true sign of harvesting grapes at full maturity. The mouth is characterized by flexibility and pleasant tannins that make it an accessible wine, easy to drink. Goes well with red and white meats, and spicy cuisine

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  • Vineyard Château Bellevue is one of the oldest properties in the Blaye region. The vineyard is 16 ha is situated in Plassac at the highest point of a south facing hill, on the right bank of the Gironde, 45 km north of Bordeaux. The vines grow on sunny slopes offering an exceptional view of the Gironde estuary facing the Médoc, and the soil is well-drained clay and limestone.

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