History - Château de Bousval

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  • Apr 2021

    Late frost

    Periods of late frost are common in Belgium and can cause significant losses. When this occurs, the cold air, which Continue →

  • Sep 2020

    Interview avec Germano Prior, Chef de Culture au Vignoble du Château de Bousval.

    Chaque jour, il met sa passion et toute son énergie au service des cultures du Vignoble du Château de Bousval. Déguster notre Continue →

  • May 2020

    Plantation d’une nouvelle parcelle

    Après une nouvelle série d’analyses de nos sols, nous avons détecté un potentiel viticole unique sur une partie de terrain Continue →

  • Jul 2019

    Summer storms

    “Of all the scourges that strike the vine, the most terrible in terms of its effects is evidently hail. The vines Continue →

  • May 2019

    A big moment for our vineyard

    It was a magical occasion. The official opening of our winery took place amid a perfect alchemy of clement weather, Continue →

  • Jan 2019

    Just before the snow…

    We have now signed the provisional acceptance of our new winery facility. We are delighted with this true tour de Continue →

  • Sep 2018

    Permaculture and workhorses

    “It’s not just about the horses, it’s about cultivation”  We are delighted to now be able to count on the Continue →

  • Jun 2018

    News from the domaine

    News from the front from Michel Verhaeghe de Naeyer: The square footage of our vineyard remains unchanged, i.e. 5.20 ha. Continue →

  • Sep 2017

    Second harvest

    We harvested our Chardonnay on the last Sunday in September, assisted by friendly hands. This year’s more generous grape crops Continue →

  • Aug 2017

    First drops

    The first drops have been bottled. The task was carried out by hand in the utmost modesty. Although the bottles Continue →

  • Apr 2017

    Late frosts

    The unpredictable climate has proved extremely trying for our vineyard apprentices. In spite of the recommended biodynamic preventative dusting, the Continue →

  • Oct 2016

    First harvest

    The third leaf signalled that it was time for the first harvest. It proved a very special and emotional day Continue →

  • Mar 2016


    At the end of winter, once the sap has descended in the resting vines, work begins once again, starting with Continue →

  • Jul 2015

    An everyday struggle

    Winemaking is both a struggle and a delight. Every day, our vine workers follow nature’s rhythm and pay great attention Continue →

  • May 2015


    Training the structure of the vine is an essential step. We planted 7,000 acacia stakes to support our young vines Continue →

  • Apr 2015

    Planting by hand

    Who would have ever thought of planting vines in Belgium? Our hand planters came from the South of France, bringing Continue →

  • Apr 2014

    Mechanical planting

    Vines like slightly poorer soils. The less vigorous a soil, the greener and fleshier the leaves. Pascal Marchand and Yves Continue →

  • Jul 2013


    Following two years of peace and quiet, it’s time for the first major works, led by the marvellous Yves Hérody. Continue →

  • Jun 2013

    The genesis

    In the video below, Michel Verhaeghe de Naeyer tells us about his plans to restore vigour to his land, his Continue →

  • Nov 2012

    The earth at rest

    To give our soil a new lease of life through winemaking, our expert geologist has prescribed a resting period of Continue →

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