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Château Belair 1971


Saint-Emilion appellation.

Grand Cru Classé.

Bottled at the Château.

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Vintage (year) 1971
Color Red
Capacity (cl) 75
Level High shoulder
State label Worn down
Capsule state Beautiful
Designation Saint-Émilion
Castle / Estate / House Château Belair

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The 1971 Château Belair is a Bordeaux red wine from the Saint-Émilion appellation.

Known as one of the pioneers of the full bottling at the Château, this historic domaine first appeared during Gallo-roman times and was purchased by Edouard Dubois-Challon, owner of the rare and famous First Growth Château Ausone. « Premier Grand Cru Classé B » in 1959, Château Belair keeps thriving at the highest level. Now property of the Jean Pierre Moueix Establishments, Château Belair is being renovated.

Ancient wine, the 1971 Château Belair is a collection bottle which will delight any lover of older Bordeaux and make a unique wine-themed gift.