Domaine Belleville was formed in Rully at the beginning of the 20th century, in the heart of the wine-making region of Burgundy. With 28 hectares of vineyards spread out from north to south Burgundy, Domaine Belleville offers distinctive wines full of elegance and finesse. It stands next to Chateau de Messey (Maconnais) and Manoir Murisaltien (Cote d`Or), all of which belong to the Dumont family.
Cote Chalonnaise lies between the Cote de Beaune to the north and the Maconnais to the south. Cote Chalonnaise is made up of five communes, from north to south these are Bouzeron, Rully, Mercurey, Givry and Montagny. The Maconnais is centred around the town of Macon, and has a warmer climate than a lot Burgundy due to its southern position and proximity to the warmer Rhone valley.