Le “B” du Château de Belcier – Castillon Côtes de Bordeaux


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The Château de Belcier represents the right balance resulting from the best grape varieties, Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon, on a terroir of great traditions and contiguous of “Saint-Emilion”, “The Castillons” classified in “Côtes de Bordeaux” (formerly Côtes de Castillon).

This castle was built at the end of the XVIII th century, and was for a long time the property of an old Bordeaux family, allied to the “Montaigne” family, and was rebuilt in part by François de Belcier, a revolutionary guillotined in 1794. The vineyard is 52 hectares planted on clay-limestone soil and silty clay. The main grape is Merlot, then Cabernet Sauvignon and a little Malbec.

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