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Paris, 11 September 2018 – Chateau La Grace Dieu des Prieurs wines have been included in the wine lists of famed restaurants of the French chef Yannick Alléno. A corresponding agreement was signed in Paris between Mr. Alléno and Laurent Prosperi, the Chateau Director.

ART RUSSE Saint-Émilion Grand Cru will now be on offer at Allénothèque, the celebrated French chef’s new restaurant in the 7th arrondissement of Paris, as well as Alléno’s other restaurants in Paris, Taipei, Marrakech, Dubai and Beijing, where patrons will be able to enjoy Chateau La Grace Dieu des Prieurs 2014 and 2015 vintages as an excellent accompaniment to succulent dishes fashioned by the chef.

Within a narrow and exclusive circle of star chefs, Yannick Alléno succeeded in creating one of the most striking gastronomic constellations in the world. At the heart of his work is a unique know-how combined with passion and respect for the gastronomic traditions of France. Twice awarded three Michelin stars for his restaurants “1947” in Courchevel and “Pavilion Ledoyen” in Paris, Yannick Alléno is known for his bold innovations and professional excellence.

“Throughout his career, Yannick Alléno has been extremely self-rigorous and demanding,” says Laurent Prosperi, Director of Chateau La Grace Dieu des Prieurs. “Today, his craftsmanship is a source of inspiration for both numerous restaurateurs and food producers. His confident, high-precision strokes, passion for the product and inexhaustible creativity are all qualities of a grand master, cooperation with whom fills us with great pride.”

According to Yannick Alléno, “over an impressively short period of time since the change of ownership in 2013, Chateau La Grace Dieu Des Prieurs has successfully implemented all the technologies and methods necessary for the production of high-class wines. The 2014 and 2015 vintages are ideal accompaniments to meat, especially lamb. In addition, I was also sold on the Chateau’s decision to maintain close ties between tradition and modernity, as well as the historical style of bottle design and the labels bearing reproductions of masterpieces of fine art.”