Château Belgrave is a winery in the Haut-Médoc appellation of the Bordeaux region of France. The wine produced here was classified as one of eighteen Cinquièmes Crus (Fifth Growths) in the Bordeaux Wine Official Classification of 1855. At the time of classification, the winery was called Château Coutenceau. The "Bellegrave" designation first appeared in 1845, when Bruno Devès, a negociant in Bordeaux, remodelled the estate, favoring wine growing on gravel terroirs. 
Château Belgrave is located in the commune Saint-Laurent-Médoc, immediately to the west of the border with Saint-Julien-Beychevelle. It is thus situated in a sub-regional appellation, but close to the border of a communal appellation, in similarilty to its Fifth Growth Saint neighbours in Saint-Laurent, Château Camensac and Château La Tour Carnet. Its immediate neighbour over the commune border in Saint-Julien is Château Lagrange.
- Karen MacNeil, The Wine Bible Workman Publishing 2001 pg. 885 ISBN 1-56305-434-5
- Château Belgrave: History, accessed on September 11, 2013
- Vins et Vignobles Dourthe: Château Belgrave fact sheet[permanent dead link], accessed on June 22, 2008