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Château Quintus

In June 2011, Domaine Clarence Dillon, owners of Château Haut-Brion and Château La Mission Haut-Brion, acquired a beautiful estate in Saint-Emilion, today renamed Château Quintus.

In October 2013, Château Quintus in turn acquired the neighbouring property, Château L’Arrosée, and these two exceptional estates are now united in order to produce one of the very finest wines of Saint-Emilion.

Perched on a 62-meter-high limestone hillock, Château Quintus is located at the south-western end of the Saint-Emilion plateau.

Surrounded by some of the most eminent estates in Saint-Emilion, the property boasts some of the finest land and exposures in the region. The originality of this extraordinary terroir lies in its diversity of soils, slopes and orientations. Made up of 28 hectares of vines that have today attained an optimum average age of 30 years, the estate naturally wraps itself around a high natural promontory and also offers 360breath-taking views across to the village of Saint-Emilion and over the entire Dordogne valley.

We are very excited to welcome Jean-Philippe Delmas, who will be taking members and guests through a brilliant line up, starting with their very first vintage, 2011.

We will taste:

2011 Château Quintus
2012 Château Quintus
2014 Château Quintus
2015 Château Quintus
2016 Château Quintus
2011 Le Dragon de Quintus
2012 Le Dragon de Quintus
2014 Le Dragon de Quintus
2015 Le Dragon de Quintus
2016 Le Dragon de Quintus
2015 Saint-Emilion de Quintus
2016 Saint-Emilion de Quintus

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