Charlescannon were delighted to help Domaine Clarence Dillon develop a new concept for a Saint-Emilion Estate, Château Quintus. We enjoyed working in close collaboration with Prince Robert of Luxembourg, president of the Family Firm, on this new design.
Domaine Clarence Dillon, owners of the illustrious Château Haut-Brion and Château La Mission Haut-Brion estates in Bordeaux, acquired the Château Quintus winery, formerly known as Tertre d’Augay, in 2011 with the specific intention of giving back the winery its Grand Cru Classé classification.
Domaine Clarence Dillon approached Charlescannon to realise Prince Robert’s vision for this new brand, that would emphasize the Gallo-roman tradition of wine making of the terroir and the strategic position of the estate which dominates the surrounding countryside and guards over the town of St. Emilion, as well as representing the exquisite quality of the wine.
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