Oliver, Brian et al,
Under Bel-Air, with the hyphen, Parker's book lists a Lalande de Pomerol and a Lussac-St. Emilion. Without the hyphen, there's the Premier Grand Cru Classe Belair from St. Emilion, and a Belair-Coubet and Belair-Montaiguillon from Cotes de Blaye and St. Georges-St. Emilion respectively. Additionally, there's a Villa Bel-Air from Graves. Jim's sounds close to what I know the last of those to be, but of course he said Haut Medoc so apparently there's yet another....
My wine shopping and I have never had a problem. Just a perpetual race between the bankruptcy court and Hell.--Rogov