A 19th-century residence of character overlooking the village of Villié-Morgon, in the heart of the Beaujolais wine region, it was once home to one of the children of the Lumière brothers, as well as Princess Lieven, née Chateaubriand.
The Château Bellevue vineyard covers 18 hectares. The management of the Château's vines is based above all on respect for the ecological balance of the soils, which are tended according to a sustainable viticulture approach.
All the grapes vinified in the winery come from the Château's vineyard plots, each of which enjoys an exceptional geographical location on the hillsides. The vines are rooted in multi-faceted Climats. The Gamay Noir is the mirror image of this mosaic of terroirs, with its varied aromatic expressions.
The Château is set in over 3 hectares of magnificent English-style parkland. Treed with rare and century-old species
(araucaria, weeping cedar, etc.), it offers a magnificent view over the Beaujolais region. A special discovery trail has been set up, and you can find the names of the trees engraved on the staves.
If you would like to stay at the Château, we have 5 refined guest rooms and a cosy self-catering flat for 12 people.
Château Bellevue was awarded the national prize for "Best Welcome in the Vineyards" by the Revue du Vin de France.
We offer wine-tasting tours all year round by appointment, but our wine-tourism activities can be tailored to suit your needs.
For group activities, please contact us for a specialised quote.
From 01/01 to 23/12: Wed to Sun by appointment.Tarifs
Free of charge.Contact et accès Lieu-dit Bellevue