Domaine Belleville is an important estate in Rully dating back to the early 20th century, owning 18 hectares across the Côte Chalonnaise and Côte d’Ôr.
The estate has strong links to most of the key climats in the Rully AOP, including holdings in Les Cloux and Rabourcé on the site of the original Gallo-Roman village.
Scroll down for Andy Howard MW’s tasting notes and scores of 9 Domaine Belleville wines
With the increased interest in wines from the Côte Chalonnaise, together with a number of recent very high-quality vintages and the continued upward surge in prices for wines from the Côte d’Ôr, it is well worth looking at the wines from estates such as Belleville as sources for premium Bourgogne wines at affordable prices.
See Andy Howard MW’s tasting notes and scores of 9 Domaine Belleville wines
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Source: Andy Howard MW