Henri-Bruno de Coincy bought the property in 1991. He is the 20th generation of his family, which has been producing Armagnac for more than 700 years. Wine has been made at Ch. Belle-Brise since the 18th century, but until 1991 it was only offered to family and friends.
Tucked away in Pomerol’s southwest corner Ch. Belle-Brise is the ultimate insider’s Bordeaux. With just two hectares of walled garden vineyard, production at this estate is minuscule, making it one of the rarest wines in the marketplace (and arguably more exclusive than either Pétrus or Le Pin).
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