Chateau Belgrave, is a vineyard located in Saint-Laurent-Medoc in the Gironde region. It is ranked fifth growth in the official classification of Bordeaux wines of 1855. Of the 60 hectares of vines on the estate, Château Belgrave has a remarkable diversity of soil. The two ridges are composed of gravel and pebbles deposited by the Garonne River several thousands of years ago that rests on a sub-clay base. These soils foster maturity of the grape varieties that mature later such as the Cabernets (50% Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc 5%) and Petit Verdot (3%).