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Château Bellevue, a 15-hectare vineyard, enjoys an exceptional geographical location that allows each plot to produce wines that reflect the expression of our terroir. Gamay Noir perfectly embodies the diversity of our terroir through its varied aromatic expressions, all characteristic of the different climates of the Morgon cru. The vines....Lire plus Learn more
Château Bellevue, a 15-hectare vineyard, enjoys an exceptional geographical location that allows each plot to produce wines that reflect the expression of our terroir. Gamay Noir perfectly embodies the diversity of our terroir through its varied aromatic expressions, all characteristic of the different climates of the Morgon cru. The vines are cultivated in accordance with the ecological balance of the soil and according to a sustainable viticulture approach.
In order to preserve the identity and ensure the expression of each of the different terroirs, we carry out a fragmented vinification of the Climates, where the aromatic diversity that Gamay Noir brings is revealed. The winery, which combines tradition and modernity, is equipped with state-of-the-art equipment allowing meticulous work to be carried out during the production of the wines. The grapes are harvested by hand and sorted in two stages, first in the vineyard with a rigorous selection of bunches, then again in the cellar where the grapes pass through a vibrating sorting table.
Château Bellevue, overlooks the village of Villié-Morgon on the hill of Bellevue, in the heart of the Beaujolais wine region. It was between 1830 and 1840 that Lyonnais industrialists, vineyard owners, built the château following the existing cellar. Several generations followed one another until the beginning of the 20th century when a new Lyonnaise family settled there. In the 1940s, the family of the brilliant Lumière Brothers, inventors of cinema, lived at Bellevue Castle. After the Second World War, Prince Lieven, a descendant of the Empress Catherine of Russia's Lady of Honour, settled there with his wife, Miss Chateaubriand, who became Princess Lieven.