Beaulieu Vineyards


Beaulieu Vineyards
Beaulieu Vineyard (BV) is one of Napa Valley's most historic wineries, founded in 1900 by Georges de Latour. The Georges de Latour Private Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon has been the benchmark California Cabernet for decades, and Beaulieu continues to be a leader in the Napa Valley and Rutherford AVA's. Today, Winemaker Trevor Durling continues the great tradition and legacy of finely crafted wines, inspired by the legendary Beaulieu winemaker André Tchelistcheff; the Maestro.

Beaulieu Vineyards

The winemaking legacy at Beaulieu Vineyard remains unbroken for more than a century. Our story as one of the longest continually operating wineries in Napa Valley is written by the remarkable place and the extraordinary people who shaped winemaking in America.

Jonathan Cristaldi, Food & Wine magazine has once said: “I’d wager that there are so many Napa Cabernets made today that if you stacked them one by one, they’d reach all the way to the moon. But if you stacked them in order of historical significance with the most profound bottles forming the base, the number one bottle would have to be Beaulieu Vineyard’s legendary Georges de Latour Private Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon.”

Throughout the 1940s and 1950s, Beaulieu Vineyard wines were the wines of state, being served at dinners and receptions honoring some of the great people of the age.

  • The White House poured Beaulieu Vineyard wines at dinners given for Generals Dwight D. Eisenhower and Douglas MacArthur in New York
  • General Charles de Gaulle drank Beaulieu Beaurosé at a Waldorf Astoria luncheon
  • The French Foreign Minister in San Francisco poured Beaulieu Chablis at a dinner honoring British diplomat Sir Anthony Eden
  • Winston S. Churchill was served Georges de Latour Private Reserve at a banquet in his honor at the Waldorf Astoria
  • President Truman served Beaulieu Vineyard Burgundy and Rhine wine to Queen Juliana of the Netherlands at the Carlton Hotel, Washington, D.C.
  • New York mayor La Guardia presented Queen Juliana with the particularly elegant 1942 vintage of Georges de Latour Private Reserve at a luncheon in her honor
  • On March 24, 1959, Queen Elizabeth and Prince Phillip were served Georges de Latour Private Reserve at a Pan American Union dinner hosted by U.S. Secretary of State John Foster Dulles

Beaulieu Vineyards

Beaulieu Vineyards Georges de Latour Private Reserve


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