Domaine Clarence Dillon, a family-owned company that specializes in fine wine has moved into a renovated private mansion, the Hotel Dillon in the Paris Golden Triangle. The move to its new address at 31, avenue Franklin D. Roosevelt in Paris also celebrates Domaine Clarence Dillon’s 80 year history. The French company produces five rare estate wines.

Hotel Dillon in Paris

Hotel Dillon in Paris

The 19th Century Mansion houses Domaine Clarence Dillion’s fine wine shop, La Cave du Chateau and the company’s gourmet restaurant Le Clarence. The French restaurant is managed by Christophe Pele who is the managing director and Executive Chef, and Antoine Petrus, the restaurant manager and Chef Sommelier.

Generous selections of wine are located on the ground floor of the mansion and in the wine cellar. The fine collection of wine is so immense that visitors are sure to find the wine that they are searching for.

Grand Salon at Le Clarence

Grand Salon at Le Clarence

Grand Salon at the restaurant.

Grand Salon at the restaurant.

La Cave Du Chateau

La Cave Du Chateau

Salon Pontac at Restaurant

Salon Pontac at Restaurant

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