Averaging a 90% concentration of Merlot, Château Bellevue Mondotte is a blockbuster wine, that draws on Merlot’s luscious, inky character. At just two hectares, the prolific Château is a tiny property, but what it lacks in size it sure makes up for in incandescent flavour and innovation. A pioneer of the controversial ‘garagiste’ movement, Château Bellevue Mondotte ages its wine in 100% new oak produced from small yields of 15-20 hectolitres per hectare. The result? A concentrated, vibrant wine that offers a daring alternative to Bordeaux from this region. Averaging less than 400 cases per vintage, Château Bellevue Mondotte is a super rare wine that is highly sought after.