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Haut-Médoc
Château Belgrave

Château Belgrave had a fine reputation as a hunting pavilion during the reign of Louis XIV. The link between the Cru and hunting is still in evidence today, symbolised by a ferret featuring on the label.
In 1815, the estate’s wines were in the first classification of Bordeaux. In 1855, the estate was classified as a 5th growth.
Maison Dourthe have managed Château Belgrave since 1979. This large, classic estate is considered to be among the finest in Medoc. The estate consists of 59 hectares situated on the limit of the Saint-Julien
appellation. An exceptional terroir made up of deep stones, ideal for creating great Cabernet fruit. Sharing all the same characteristics as its neighbour, world famous Château Lagrange, the two properties are only separated by a stream. HVE3 and Terra Vitis certified.