Chateau Bellevue

Built in the 17th century, Château Bellevue has been owned by the Ponton d'Amecourt family since 1973. Interestingly, in 1861, their ancestor Gustave invented the helicopter.

Château Bellevue is located on 84 hectares (208 acres) of vineyard and produces a range of Bordeaux whites and reds. The château is located on a large hill, overlooking the vineyards, and is locally nicknamed the "Tuscany of Bordeaux". Winemaker, Daniel Sore, utilizes the art of modern wine-making to produce Bordeaux wines that are characteristic of the local terroir.

Chateau Bellevue Entre-Deux-Mers 2016
" Château Bellevue is located on an over 200 acre vineyard and produces a range of Bordeaux whites and reds. The château is located on a large hill, overlooking the vineyards, and is locally nicknamed the “Tuscany of Bordeaux.” Winemaker, Daniel Sore, utilizes the art of modern wine-making to
Item Number: 29077
Bottle:$9.95
Case: $119.40
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Chateau Bellevue La Randee Bordeaux 2013
From famed winemaker Jean Luc Thunevin. Pepper & tobacco notes up front are followed by black currant and plum flavors.

Chateau Bellevue Monbazillac 2011 375ml
"100% Sémillon with Botrytis. Deep yellow golden hued wine with lusciously sweet flavors of brioche, honey, and vanilla cake that shine through on the palate."

Chateau Bellevue La Randee Bordeaux 2009
89  Wine Spectator 
Wine Spectator 89"Lively pepper and tobacco notes up front are followed by polished black currant and plum sauce flavors. The long, supple finish lets a roasted espresso note linger gently. Drink now through 2016."

Chateau Bellevue Entre-Deux-Mers 2014
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The aromatic nose shows floral notes with pink grapefruit overtones. On the palate, it is medium bodied and mouth filling but with zippy acidity.