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The new star
of the Right Bank

An ancien vineyard, with an extraordinary past, present and future.
An outstanding terroir, perched on a limestone promontory,
Offering a breath-taking 360-degrees view.
A model of phenomenal biodiversity.

  • Château Quintus

    Château Quintus is the 5th child within the Domaine Clarence Dillon family of wines. Its name is a tribute to the Gallo-Romans, creators of Saint-Emilion’s vineyards, who had the custom of naming their fifth child Quintus.
    Château Quintus
  • Dragon de Quintus

    Le Dragon de Quintus is the second wine of Château Quintus. The name originates from the dragon statue that towers above the magical terroir of Saint-Emilion, perched high upon the promontory, where the estate is located.
  • Saint-Emilion de Quintus

    Receiving the same care given to Château Quintus and Le Dragon de Quintus, the Saint-Emilion de Quintus was launched in 2014. Plots situated on the low ground of the plains of the Dordogne contribute mainly to the production of this wine.

A haven of biodiversity

The environmental specificity of Château Quintus lies in its Mediterranean Green Belt, a real haven of biodiversity, as well as in the woods and grounds of the estate. A recent inventory of the profusion of auxiliary fauna and flora at the property reveals a rare abundance of species thriving in the vineyard, but also in the hedgerows and woods in the surrounding area.