Unearth the Gamay Noir at Château de Bellevue
Morgon, Fleurie, Brouilly…
Travel to South Burgundy and discover the hidden
“Crus Beaujolais” gems from Château de Bellevue!
All bottled up…
– Château de Bellevue Brouilly 2015 –
92 pts by Robert Parker’s The Wine Advocate
– Château de Bellevue Fleurie 2015 –
– Château de Bellevue Morgon « Les Charmes » 2015 –
91 pts by Decanter
Available in the New York Market
After starting a career in business and management, Tristan decided to change directions at the age of 33. Convinced that making wine was the only job in the world for him, he enrolled in professional training classes on viticulture and oenology in Beaune. His first vinification experience was, working as an intern at Château de Bellevue for the 2011 vintage. From there, Tristan decided to gain more experience by working at different estates in Burgundy and in New Zealand before returning to become the Cellar Master of Château de Bellevue.
Tristan wants to reveal the subtlety of Gamay Noir through his winemaking techniques.
“Each year is different, you need to adapt your techniques according the history of the vintage” – Tristan Larsen
There is only Gamay Noir across all 37 acres (15 hectares) of Château de Bellevue’s vineyards. The multifaceted granitic soil brings different ornate characteristics to each Climat, thus creating elegant wines with Le Clos, as the crown jewel. The estate practices friendly growing approaches to achieve the healthiest clusters possible to be harvested at their perfect maturity.
Read more about Château de Bellevue in our March Newsletter.