Winemaking is daring by its very nature, because it is essential to adapt to the challenge of the new vintage every year.
But daring is also keeping an open mind:
Open to other horizons, to other terroirs, to other grape varieties.
At Bel-Air, this daring is behind planting new grape varieties (Syrah, Viognier and Rousanne) and making the best of climatic change with an optimistic eye.
Being daring is also knowing how to mix tradition with modernity, forging the path for know-how to evolve.