The vineyard of Domaine Belmont
On the road to Lascaux, the Belmont estate is rooted in the land of prehistory. The estate continues its quest for excellence and today covers 6 hectares. The soils are maintained in an organic way and the domain makes its own compost. The phytosanitary control is also organic.The parcels are oriented South and South-East, on a slope and at an altitude of 240m. The soils are reddish-brown and clay-limestone with a good balance: 33% clay, 33% silt, 33% sand.
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