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Gironde et Gascogne Sarl

Chateau de Belcier, 33350 Les Salles-de-Castillon

Telephone +33 5 57564040
Fax +33 5 57406425

This company is main exhibitor of

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Our range of products

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  • 01  Wines (according to cultivable areas)
  • 01.01  Europe
  • 01.01.05  France
  •  Bordeaux

Our products

Product category: Bordeaux

La gamme

The Château de Belcier produces a second wine, which is available with two different labels:

The Château de Monrecueil and the B de Belcier.

This second wine is also aged in oak barrels for a total production of 40,000 bottles. It is bottled into heavy bottles.

It is fleshy and fruity, but a little suppler than the Château de Belcier, it is therefore ready to drink sooner.

Since the 1998 vintage it has been awarded 10 medals:
3 Gold Medals (Concours général européen and national Vinalies), 4 Silver Medals (Brussels, Mâcon, Shanghai), 3 Bronze Medals (Japan Wine Challenge, Paris, Vignerons Indépendants).

The special reserve:
The Château de Belcier also produces a very special reserve: The Pin de Belcier. Only very few bottles (5,000) are produced. Its technical data is as follows:

- Total area: 2 hectares.
- Grape varieties: 80 % Merlot, 20 % Cabernet-Franc.
- Average age of the vines: 30 years.
- Soil: argilo-calcareous.
- Vine growing and care: double G pruning, de-budding, removing base buds, thinning at daybreak in July, green harvest.
- Harvesting: manual into the trays and then sorted in the cellar.
- Yield per hectare: 25 hectolitres.
- Winemaking process: total de-stemming, 30 days
- Ageing: in oak barrels 100% new
- Type of bottle: Bordeaux ‘terroir’ bottle
- Packaging: wooden cases.

Since the 1998 vintage, the Pin de Belcier has been awarded 10 medals and has 21 mentions in specialised press and guidebook:
6 Gold Medals (Bordeaux, Mâcon, Brussels, Bourg-Blaye), 4 Silver Medals (Brussels, national Vinalies and Vinalies Internationales, and independent wine makers).

2 stars in the Guide Hachette, 88-90 by Robert Parker

Mentioned on a regular basis in:
Wine Spectator, Decanter, the Revue du Vin de France, the Guide Hubert, the Grand Jury International etc..

The Château de Belcier is also available with another label: the Armoiries de Belcier

Since the 2002 vintage, it has obtained 9 medals:
1 Gold Medal (Brussels), 3 Silver Medals (Brussels, Shanghai, Vinalies Internationales), 5 Bronze Medals (London, Japan, Mundus Vini)

The Château de Belcier is generally packaged in standard boxes, but can also be packaged in 3, 6 or 12 bottle wooden cases, or in the very beautiful 12-bottle flat wooden cases: the Ecrin de Belcier.

Full bottles, half-bottles, magnums, double-magnums and impériales of Château de Belcier are available.

We hope that you will soon be enjoying the Château de Belcier’s wonderful wines.

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Product category: Bordeaux

Le vin

Château de Belcier wines are pleasing, well-rounded, fruity, and display a lovely equilibrium and great character. They are amongst the best of their appellation.

They go beautifully with charcuteries, grilled or roasted red meat, small game, South West of France specialities, or an assortment of cheeses.

Serve at a temperature of 17 to 18°C.

If you are tasting the younger wines of the Château de Belcier, they will be best decanted three or four hours prior to tasting. If not, they are at their best between four and eight years of age and can be kept around ten years.

Please don’t hesitate to contact us for further information or for the different vintages’ tasting comments.

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About us

Company details

The Château de Belcier is located just beyond Saint Emilion on a land of many traditions: the Côtes de Castillon, which is one on the oldest wine-growing areas around Bordeaux.

67 hectares, Merlot (the main grape variety of Saint Emilion wines) for the major part, but also Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon and Malbec.

Recommended by Michel Rolland, the most famous wine maker/taster in the world.

The Château de Belcier was built at the end of the 18th century. For many years it belonged to a Bordeaux family, relations of the Montaignes, and was rebuilt in part by François de Belcier, a counterrevolutionary who was guillotined in 1794.

This 1780s Chateau is classic in style and marked by triangular pediments. It overlooks the beautiful landscape of the Salles de Castillon, a mixture of vines and woodlands.

The property now belongs to the MACIF, a mutual insurance company, and has regained its former splendour anew.

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