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The terroir & the environment


Rooted in Bordeaux's oldest vineyards, the Côtes de Bourg benefitted from the Romans' early recognition of its wine potential, thanks to the area's fertile soils and favorable climate. Château Beaulieu, with its clay-limestone and clay-silty soils, epitomizes the region's rich viticultural heritage, producing wines with distinctive character and complexity.


Château Beaulieu is made up of clay-limestone soils in the upper parts of the slopes and clay-silty soils on the lower parts of the slopes.

A Temperate, Oceanic Climate

The vineyard enjoys a mild, ocean-influenced climate, courtesy of the nearby Atlantic Ocean and the Gironde estuary. This perfect balance of mild winters and warm summers ensures optimal grape ripening, contributing to the depth and richness of our wines.

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