Château Beau Séjour Bécot

This estate has changed its name several times over the years, in the eighteenth century it was known as Domaine de Peycoucou - the hill where the cuckoo sings- but its was eventually 1787, at the wish of the presiding owner, Général Jacques de Carle that it became Château Beau-Séjour Bécot. Located on the plateau of Saint-Martin de Mazerat, to the immediate west of Saint-Emilion village, the Château lies in the heart of the Saint-Emilion appellation, surrounded by Premier Grand Cru Classé A & B vineyards. The Merlot and Cabernet vines are planted on limestone clay soils and the wines are aged in new Alliers oak barrels from 12-18 months.
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Colour Range:
Red
Number of Wines:
2 wines
Price Range:
£275.00 - £640.00
Château Beau Séjour Bécot