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Chateau Haut-Bellevue Haut-Medoc 2010

Winemaker's Notes:

The gravelly soil of Lamarque, not too rich and well-sloped, favours the ripeness of the grapes. The convex shape of the mounds limits the variations in daily temperatures. Finally, the poor gravelly soils limiting the nutrition of the plants, the roots are forced down deeper into the sub-soil. There, they find the water-tables which ensure the water supply to the plant.

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Chateau Bellevue:
Acquired by Vincent Mulliez in 2004, Château BELLE-VUE results from a terroir whose history merges with that of the wine of Bordeaux. Located on the commune typically “médocaine” of Macau, yesterday seat of an active shipping industry, now famous for its vineyards, this vineyard knows a true rebirth. Château BELLE-VUE enjoyed a very good reputation from the 19t... Read more
Acquired by Vincent Mulliez in 2004, Château BELLE-VUE results from a terroir whose history merges with that of the wine of Bordeaux. Located on the commune typically “médocaine” of Macau, yesterday seat of an active shipping industry, now famous for its vineyards, this vineyard knows a true rebirth. Château BELLE-VUE enjoyed a very good reputation from the 19th century and won many awards: Gold medal in Amsterdam in 1895, as well as silver medals in Brussels (1897), Paris (1900) and Bordeaux (1907). Over the last vintages, notably since 1999, the wines of Château BELLE-VUE have been regularly distinguished with honours and medals in wine competitions and in the international press. The 10 hectare vineyard is located on a plateau with deep gravely soil (7-10 metres) adjacent to Château Giscours (Margaux AOC). The soil is naturally well drained, enabling the grapes to ripe early. Read less

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The gravelly soil of Lamarque, not too rich and well-sloped, favours the ripeness of the grapes. The convex shape of the mounds limits the variations in daily temperatures. Finally, the poor gravelly soils limiting the nutrition of the plants, the roots are forced down deeper into the sub-soil. There, they find the water-tables which ensure the water supply to the plant.

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