Château Bellevue Aoc Bordeaux 2012
  • French red with a touch of elegance
  • Impress with this Gold medal winner
  • Sumptuous, savoury notes of berry and spice

Château Bellevue Aoc Bordeaux 2012 x12

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If you want a stlylish Bordeaux experience that offers outstanding value, you've just found it - you can even fib a little and tell your friends you paid much more, it's that good. Boasting a Gold medal, this is rich in savoury notes of red berries and spice with a beautiful structure and great balance.


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47% Merlot, 35% Cabernet Sauvignon, 5% Cabernet Franc, 13% Malbec




Enjoy with roasted meats.


Matured in French oak.


Intense red colour with ruby tints.


Intense, offers little red fruit scents with a cherry and integrated oak notes.


On the palate, the wine is well-balanced with round tannins. The mouthfeel is elegant and delivers red currant, spice, cedar oak and plum flavours.


Château Bellevue is a beautiful estate, built in the XVIIth century by the Lestelle family. One of the most famous owners of the Château was Mr Antoine de Bouïre de Beauvallon, Prosecutor of the King in the Parliament of Bordeaux. At the end of the XIXth century, the estate was bought by the Gaboriaud de Latour family. In 1973, Château Bellevue was acquired by the Ponton d'Amécourt, an old family from Marne. The new owners restructured the vineyard and renovated the Château. The Château takes its name from its panorama.

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