Château Bélair-Monange, a 23.5 hectare (58 acre) vineyard of contiguous parcels, is produced on some of the most exceptional terroirs of Saint-Emilion.
First, culminating at 88 meters of altitude, the plateau of asteriated limestone is covered by a thin layer of clay. This historical plateau, home to the original first classified growths of Saint-Emilion, the plateau brings freshness, minerality, and a unique elegance to the wine.
Just below, the south-facing terraces of blue clay over limestone offer great depth, length and intensity.
Finally, the southern slopes, made up of a thin layer of sandy clay over a subsoil of thick clay, produce rich, supple wines that contribute roundness and generosity to the whole.