Following its acquisition of L’Arrosée, Château Quintus now comprises 28 hectares of vines. The 2013 vintage will be overseen by the Domaine Clarence Dillon and Ch Quintus team. Said Prince Robert of Luxembourg and President of Quintus (pictured left), “This merger of equals will prove that the whole can be greater than the two parts. I am confident that this vineyard will soon come to rival its Domaine Clarence Dillon siblings as one of the finest wines of our region.”
Created in 1935, the family-owned and managed company, Domaine Clarence Dillon, produces five rare and exceptional estate wines: two red wines and two white wines from First Growth, Château Haut-Brion and its sibling Château La Mission Haut-Brion. Since the 2011 vintage, the company also represents Château Quintus, one of the finest wines from Saint Émilion.
In 2005, inspired by Haut-Brion, the Company created the Bordeaux Fine Wine Merchant, Clarence Dillon Wines, and launched Clarendelle, Bordeaux’s first super premium luxury brand wine.
Overseeing three historic Estates, Domaine Clarence Dillon combines tradition with innovation and strives to have its unique heritage reflected in all the wines produced under its name. The Company’s stated aim is to extract the best of an exceptional terroir and “produce comprehensive families of authentic wines that are defined by complexity and elegance.”
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