Château Bellevue is located on 84 hectares 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.
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|DESIGNATION OF ORIGIN||Supérieur Rouge|
|REGULATED DESIGNATION||Appellation origine controlée (AOC)|
|GRAPE VARIETY (IES)||Merlot(60%), Cabernet Sauvignon(30%), Malbec(10%)|
|DEGREE OF ALCOHOL||13%|
|TYPE OF BOTTLE CLOSURE||Cork|
Château Bellevue 2011 : is Château Bellevue Supérieur Rouge pairs nicely with
grilled meats such as duck, roasted beef, and leg of lamb.
The slight spice to wine makes it a great accompaniment for pastas with red sauce
and barbeque foods such as chicken, sliders, and ribs. The velvety finish to the wine complements a
variety of cheeses.