Haut-Bailly invests in major revamp

Château Haut-Bailly has announced major investment in its infrastructure with new cellars and a revamp of the existing buildings scheduled to take place between now and 2021.

The planning for the remodelling was put in place by the estate’s late owner Bob Wilmers and is now being brought to fruition by his son Chris and the rest of the family.

The work is taking part in two parts. A new cellar is being constructed currently and is expected to be complete by next year.

Then the existing buildings are set to be remodelled in works that will last until 2021.

The architect Daniel Romeo has been entrusted with the project. He has been in charge of numerous works in France and abroad that focus on responsible and sustainable techniques, which he will bring to Haut-Bailly as well.

The estate said in a release: “At the highest point of the estate, the new winery will discover views of the vineyard. Architecture and landscape will come together to offer a garden over the structure that will house the new production, ageing, packaging and storage cellars.”

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