The name of this estate is taken from its mid-18th century owner, Count Louis Francois de Belcier, and numerous freshwater springs to be found around the estate. The count built the chateau we see today. The property changed hands a couple of times before being recorded as the first purchase of a Bordeaux classified growth by a Chinese citizen in 2012 when it was purchased by the Wang Songwei family. Major renovations were undertaken before the estate was sold twice more, latterly to Hong Kong businessman Peter Kwok, who owns a portfolio of Bordeaux chateaux. Bellefont Belcier has 12.5 hectares of vineyards.
Case of 12 Bottles
price shown is under bond
duty paid price: £464.14
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There are floral notes to the black fruit richness of black cherry, bramble and blueberry. This is rich, mouthfilling and satin-textured throughout. Minerals and really sophisticated tannins underpin the rather beautiful black fruit. Quite lovely stuff. Bowes Wine original note
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