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2013 Grand Cru Saint Emilion

Grapes Cab Franc, Merlot
Colour Red
Origin France, Bordeaux
Sub-district Saint Emilion & Satellites
Village Saint Emilion
Classification Grand Cru

Not a massive wine, but bright and harmonious, edged with fresh raspberry and a little comforting depth. Acidity brightens the finish. Pretty enough. Rating: 87 L&S (Apr 2014)

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The second wine, Le Dragon de Quintus could be simply looked at as a name to appeal to the Asian marketplace, but I think there’s more to it. A final blend of 56% Merlot, 31% Cabernet Franc and the rest Cabernet Sauvignon, the wine is fruity, soft, dark ruby, medium-bodied, but falls off relatively quickly in the mouth. Rating: 84-86 Robert Parker, The Wine Advocate, (Aug 2014)

Rating: 84-87 Ian d'Agata - Stephen Tanzer website (May 2014)

Sweet on the nose the start of the palate has some rich flavours. It is fresher in the middle with much more of a red fruited influence a touch of bitter cherry yet at the back there is depth richness with sweetness on the finish. 2017-26. Rating: 86-89 Derek Smedley MW, (May 2014)

Château Quintus

Domaines Clarence Dillon (Haut Brion) bought, in 2011, what used to be Château Tertre Daugay, a Grand cru Classé Saint Emilion. The name was chosen following the Roman tradition of calling the fifth child Quintus. The property was originally about 16 hectares of vines on a promontory on the south-west corner of the Saint Emilion plateau, with vines on the limestone of the plateau itself and sloping down on all sides on clay over the limestone base, looking over the Dordogne valley.

In 2013, the Dillon family acquired Château L'Arrosée which they include in the production of Chateau Quintus. This has expanded the property to 28 hectares of vines on a gently sloping plateau 68 meters above sea level in the south west of Saint Emilion. Soil type varies from limestone in the north of the property, to clay and gravel in the south. Merlot represents 66% of the vines planted; Cabernet Franc (26%) and Cabernet Sauvignon (8%) make up the rest.

There are two wines, Château Quintus and its second wine 'Le Dragon de Quintus'.

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