All five of the region's archetypal grape varieties are cultivated at Chateau Beau Rivage
All five of the Bordeaux region's archetypal grape varieties are cultivated at the authentic, renowned Chateau Beau Rivage and clos La Bohème.
Located in the heart of the prestigious Medoc region, between Macau and Ludon-Médoc, the property's many hectares of vineyards benefit from a naturally rich environment.
Here, production is inextricably linked to the cycle of nature: wines are produced using artisanal, organic methods, respecting the natural environmental balance of this exceptional territory.
Bordered by two 1855 First Growths, the plots of vines at the clos du Bohème are part of a remarkable terroir: the key to this exceptional Cru Bourgeois.