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Grape Varieties:

70% Merlot, 20% Cabernet Sauvignon , 10% Petit Verdot


Tasting Notes:

Deep purple and red color.

Precise nose with black currant,  vanilla, mocha, and spices.

Château BELLEVUE de TAYAC combines elegancy, finesse, and purity typical of the Margaux appellation. Fruit-driven and pure, with a mix of mulberry, red currant, and damson plum notes, laced with espresso-tinged toast and backed by light savory and iron hints on the finish. The wine drinks beautifully after 3 to 4 years of aging and has great aging potential.


Serving Suggestions:

Decant for 60 minutes.

Serve at 65° F.

Pairs well with Duck breast, T-bone and filet steak, cheese.

Winery History:

In 1964, Gabriel Fabre purchased the property and took on the task of replanting the vineyard site and rebuilding the winery.

Vincent Fabre, his son, and now grandchildren have since taken over the management of the estate.


Margaux AOC Specifics:

Vines appeared first in the village of Margaux during the Gallo- Roman period. In 1954 the appellation Margaux was born. It stretches over five communes and is unique in Médoc for the predominance of Garonne gravels on a central plateau deposited by the river. Today, all the conditions for this world-famous successful wine are present: a large amout of gravels and pebbles, poor soil which cannot retain water, and deep-rooted vines.

James Suckling: 92-93pts

Wine Enthusiast Cellar Selection Roger VOSS (2018): 93pts

Bordeaux | Margaux | Château Bellevue de Tayac

SKU: 650
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