The history of Château Quintus and Saint-Emilion is very similar, as old as the other, they enjoy the same reputation, that of Premium vineyard. Taking advantage of the expertise of the Clarence Dillon estate team, the natural cultivation methods remain the same. The vines are pruned in Guyot Double and have windows for better exposure and ventilation. From July, a thinning is carried out to obtain a better quality of the harvest. Manually picked the harvest is placed on the shaker, then a selective sorting of the heap, followed by a second of the berry after destemming. The winemaking methods, whether modern or traditional, are carried out in stainless steel tanks, which are gently extracted by pumping or punching. The malolactic fermentation is carried out in new barrels and in stainless steel tanks. After the harvest, the assembly stage. This operation includes tasting all the water tanks separately. Then, in the second step, some of them are mixed to see if there is a synergy between them. Once the assembly is complete, the wine is put in barrels and renewed each year. Aging in oak barrels allows the wine to be refined and clarified. The tannins in the wine will be patiently polished for a year and a half. Then, the bottling of the wine, as in all the previous stages is under the control of the cellar.
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Château Quintus 2019 Appellation : Saint EmilionClassification : Grand Cru Order en "primeur" (Futures): Offered in futures Delivery 1st semester 2022 to the provision by Châteaux' Price charged excluding VAT VAT and shipping costs will be payable upon delivery 2018 Vintage reviews: Wine advocate : 94-96 Quarin 94/10018/20Parker 94-96