A Steady Path at Domaine Clarence Dillon

Anchored by its first-growth, the company diversifies

A Steady Path at Domaine Clarence Dillon
Château La Mission Haut-Brion, neighbor to Château Haut-Brion, was purchased by the Dillon family in 1983. (Courtesy of Domaine Clarence Dillon)
From the Nov 30, 2021, issue

Since American financier Clarence Dillion acquired Bordeaux first-growth site, Château Haut-Brion, in 1935, Domaine Clarence Dillion has expanded greatly, with their portfolio spanning world-class estate wines, a successful négociant firm, hospitality businesses, a Wine Spectator Restaurant Award–winning restaurant and more.

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