Château de Bellevue

A stately 19th century residence, the Château de Bellevue overlooks the village of Villé-Morgon at the heart of the Beaujolais wine-growing region in the south of Burgundy. Since it was built, the Château has evolved to the rhythm of the Morgon appellation.

Château de Bellevue encompasses 15 hectares of Crus du Beaujolais. The unique and magical winery has been specially designed so that each parcel has the most suitable container for the maceration of its berries. To retain the identity and expression of the terroirs and show the diversity of Gamay Noir, the climats are vinified individually. The aim is to offer a vibrant and varied range of wines with a pure, aromatic expression and fine tannins.

Wines Château de Bellevue

A wine with buttery notes on the nose as well as acacia flowers and bay leaves.

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172 million year old clay-limestone soil on pierres dorées (crinoidal limestone).

Manual harvest. Vinification in whole bunches with direct pressing and press juice separation.
Partial ageing in barrels for this 1st vintage.

“Grand Cras” is one of the six climates of the MORGON appellation. This is a rich and complex wine with a dark garnet color.

Alterite soil of bluestone and shale

Manual harvest carefully sorted in the vineyard and in the vat room. Partial destemming followed by maceration in thermo-regulated truncated concrete vats. Long maceration under a grid for
about 20 days. Long maturation (18 months) on fine lees in stainless steel tanks.

Below the Mont Genas (which culminates at 388 m of altitude) halfway up the slopes, at 350-360 m altitude. Protected from the prevailing winds to the West by the Madonna and to the North by
Mont Genas. This is an elegant and fruity wine with intense aromas of raspberry and strawberry.

Sandy soil, based on a saprolite and a pink granite with large crystals.

Manual harvesting. Vinification in grilled vats, with 80% de-stemming. Vatting time of 15 to 18 days with gentle pumping over. Aged on fine lees in stainless steel tanks for 9 months.

This wine comes from 70 year old vines planted in the Clos du Château (0,5Ha) on the “Corcelette” climate.

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Poor sandy soil over granite bedrock.

Manual harvest, grapes carefully sorted in the vineyard and in the cellar. Partial destemming, maceration in temperature-controlled stainless steel vats during 28 days. Aged in French oak barrels on the fine lees for 9 months

“Cote du Py” is one of the six climates of the MORGON appellation. This is a rich and complex wine with expressive and persistent flavours.

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Soil on altered schist and piedmont soil with “blue stones”, rich in magnesium, clayey and relatively deep.

Manual harvests carefully sorted in the vineyard and in the cellar. Partial destemming, long maceration for 30 days in wooden vats. Aging on fine lees in large oak barrels for 18 months.

“Les Charmes” is one of the six climats of the Morgon appellation. The vines face east/south-east and offer a magical view of Mont Blanc. This is a well-balanced, seductive wine with a wide, aromatic palette.



Sandy silt soil over a well-structured, friable clay.

Manual harvesting. Vinification at the Château using the traditional Burgundy method with partial ageing in casks and oak barrels.

The “La Roche” climat lives up to its name with its granite subsoil. This cellar reserve is produced using only exceptional vintages. The wine has a rich structure with elegant tannins and a very good length in the mouth.

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Brown, sandy soil over pink granite, low in organic matter.

Manual harvesting with partial destemming. Aged in French oak barrels.

Half a hectare of “Le Clos” is located within the Château grounds. This cellar reserve is produced using only exceptional vintages. The wine is well-structured with concentrated tannins.

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Sandy soil over granite, low in organic matter.

Manual harvesting. Grapes destemmed and vinified in vats. Aged in French oak barrels (three to five wines).

Wine Tourism

Just 40 minutes north of Lyon and 20 minutes south of the Mâcon-Loché TGV station, the Château is close to major roads and easy to access. Tucked away in the heart of the Beaujolaise countryside, this residence of character is raised on a hill with an uninterrupted view of the vineyard, and even the Alps on a clear day. The manager, Françoise Barbet, welcomes both private and business travellers to the Château de Bellevue with its five guest rooms, holiday cottages and reception rooms.

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