Located in the Haut-Médoc appellation, this former 18th-century hunting lodge has become one of the most beautiful wine estates in Bordeaux. Château Belgrave belongs to the Compagnie des Vins de Bordeaux et de la Gironde (CVBG).
Owned by CVBG since 1979, Château Belgrave is a Haut-Médoc wine that is made from a 59-hectare single-block vineyard, 95% identical to the one classified in 1855. In the heart of the Médoc, these exceptional vines are planted on two deep gravelly hilltops and rest upon a clay and sandy-clay subsoil.
Cabernet Sauvignon (65%)
Petit Verdot (5%)
This wine showcases a beautiful inky colour, almost black, with purple highlights.
The nose gives off fresh, peppery and fruity (black fruit) fragrances.
The attack is lively and ample. Powerful and with a beautiful tension, the palate is seduced by this wine’s tannic structure, its velvety feel and its elegance. The finish is persistent and reveals delicious spicy notes.