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14 Hands Winery
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The inspiration for 14 Hands wines recalls a time when wild mustangs once freely roamed the hills of eastern Washington State. These small horses, measuring a scant fourteen hands high – a “hand” being equivalent to a man’s palm width, approximately four inches – would travel down from the hills every day to drink from the Columbia River and graze along the riverbank and then retreat back to the hills at night. Strong and tenacious, these little horses became known for their endurance and wild spirit. This unique and beautiful landscape gave these unbridled horses their spirit and tenacity that now feeds our vines. With loamy–sand and gravel soils, these hills require a strong and determined grapevine resulting in big, bold, juicy red wines and crisp, fruit-forward white wines.

A. Diehl
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In der schönen Südpfalz (hier herrscht das wärmste Klima Deutschlands) gelegen, konzentrierte sich das Ehepaar Diehl bislang vorwiegend auf die Produktion sortenreiner Weine aus klassischen Pfälzer Rebsorten, die jedoch auch immer die Handschrift des dortigen Terroirs tragen. Nicht komplizierte Weine oder aufgestylte Techno-Weine sind ihr Ding, sondern ansprechende, fruchtbetonte und leicht trinkbare Weine sind das Ziel. Das Kelterhaus ist state Weine sind ihr Ding, sondern ansprechende, fruchtbetonte und leicht trinkbare Weine sind das Ziel. Das Kelterhaus ist state-of-the-art; dafür wurde ein altes Anwesen von 1821 umgebaut. Doch die Pfalz bietet aufgrund ihrer fast schon mediterranen Klimas ideale Bedingungen für den Anbau sonnenverwöhnter Rebsorten wie Chardonnay oder Syrah. Das gilt es optimal auszunutzen und bis vor 20 Jahren hätte noch niemand geglaubt, dass auch internationale Rebsorten hier ein hohes Niveau erreichen können. Doch Andreas Diehl beweist: Das können sie in der Tat.

AA Badenhorst
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The property is owned by the dynamic and good looking cousins Hein and Adi Badenhorst. They are originally from Constantia. Their grandfather was the farm manager of Groot Constantia for 46 years. Their fathers were born there and farmed together in Constantia, during the days when people still ate fresh vegetables and Hanepoot grapes, drank Cinsault and there were a lot less traffic lights and hippies still had a presence. Together these two have restored a neglected cellar on the farm that was last used in the 1930′s to make natural wines in the traditional manner. Andre Adriaan Badenhorst’s grandfather was the general manager at Groot Constantia for 46 years. His father was born there and farmed on neighboring Buitenverwachting and Constantia Uitsig for many years. Adi grew up between the vineyards and spent his time picking (stealing) grapes. “It all started when Jean Daneel, then winemaker at Buitenverwachting, let me make my first wine when I was thirteen,” Adi recalls. After completing his studies at Elsenburg, Adi worked a few harvests at Chateau Angelus, Alain Graillot in the north Rhone, France and Wither Hills in New Zealand and did stints at local cellars Simonsig, Steenberg, Groote Post and nine years as winemaker at the esteemed Stellenbosch estate, Rustenberg. In 2008 he packed it all in and bought a 60- hectare piece of land in the Paardeberg with his cousin Hein. They now proudly farm together, practice biological farming and make natural wines in the traditional manner. On Kalmoesfontein it is back to basics, using traditional winemaking equipment and old cement kuipe. “We make wines with immense character. We’re using what we can afford. We are making the best wines we can. And we are having great experiences. I want to make something, involving interaction from my family.” Today Adi Badenhorst is an award winning winemaker, member of the Cape Winemakers Guild, founding member of the Swartland Revolution and Swartland Independent, proud dad to Samuel Sunnyskies & Ana Kalander and ever evolving Vigneron.

African Pride
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African Pride Wines was established in May 2002 as a specialized wine production and export division of Afrifresh Group, one of the largest exporters of South African table grapes and citrus. In 2015 we merged with our sister company Berfin, a dynamic global food marketing company, to establish Berfin Enterprises which in turn was acquired by Libstar Holdings. Our portfolio of wines offers a unique combination of styles and branding at various price points; from great value wines crafted to be effortlessly enjoyable to limited volume boutique wines for special occasions. The one constant that ties our portfolio together is our uncompromising believe that each wine should have its own individual character. Grapes and wine for our brands are sourced from contracted growers and vinified, blended and bottled under the personal supervision of our Winemaker and Technical Director, Mike Graham. In addition to our own brands we also produce private label wines and manage the international marketing and distribution for a number of boutique wineries in select markets. Our wine is available in more than 30 countries and covers the globe from Asia and the Gulf to Europe and America.

Alejandro Fernandez
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More than a working philosophy, the four wineries that form the wine heritage of Alejandro Fernández –the Pesquera Corporation– share the same story of love for the viniculture that time helped to perfect. The bonds with its home land are clearly expressed in the symbol of the group: the image of the Arch and the Tower of Pesquera de Duero, typical of its flagships, the “Tinto Pesquera’.

Allesverloren Estate
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The history of Allesverloren Estate dates back to between 1696 and 1704, when the governor of the Cape left it to a certain widow named Cloete. This courageous woman was one of the first settlers who ventured into the inhospitable Swartland region. The early settlers were simple people, with only the most limited agricultural equipment and basic necessities to support themselves. In order to purchase tools or attend church, they had to undertake a long and arduous wagon journey along primitive roads to Stellenbosch. It was on their return from one such journey in 1704 that the settlers found their house burnt to the ground and the farm destroyed. Hence the estate's sad name, “Allesverloren”, which means “all is lost”.

However, with curious irony, the fate of Allesverloren has since been an unusually happy one. By 1806, Allesverloren's owners had already harvested the estate's first wines, and since the estate passed into the hands of the Malan family in 1872, Allesverloren has gone from strength to strength. The estate has increased to 227 hectares and is still making wines of renown.

Alliance Loire
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Founded in January 2002, the Alliance Loire is today a major and successful group that brings together 6 cooperative structures of producers in the Loire Valley.

Altos de Rioja
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Established in September 2006, this exciting ‘boutique’ winery in the heart of the best terroir of Rioja Alavesa is passionately led by a group of experienced professionals with impeccable credentials in the world of Spanish wine. Roberto San Ildefonso, from Finca Sobreño in Toro, and Bienvenido Muñoz, from Bodegas Muñoz in La Mancha, with the help of flying winemaker Jean-Marc Sauboua from Bordeaux, are creating a range of uniquely modern Rioja wines. They have elevated the quality of the wines through hard work and determination and have managed to balance the richness of the terroir and the traditional work in the vineyard with the latest technological advances. Each grape comes from old vines in the high-altitude villages of Laguardia, Elvillar and Cripan. The entire range of wines are aged in 80 percent French oak from Taransaud, Saury, François Freres, Segin Moreau and Ana Seleccion, and 20 percent American oak from Canton.

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Ampeleia was born in 2002 from the collaboration and friendship between Elisabetta Foradori, Thomas Widmann and Giovanni Podini. They saw in Ampeleia a place where they could not only develop an agricultural project but also fulfil a common vision relating to shared values and experiences. Since 2009, Thomas's intense political commitment in his homeland has compelled him to forsake his involvement in Ampeleia.

Andeluna Cellars
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Wine is conceived at the intersection of the real with the mystique. ANDE: a combination of mountain, unique soil, water, altitude and man’s knowledge. LUNA: a place of inspiration and magic, indispensable ingredients for the creation of a great wine. The Andeluna has two areas of production: the first, and most important, is situated in Gualtallary, 10km from the town of Tupungato in the Uco Valley in the province of Mendoza while the second is close to Villa Atuel in the south of the same province with a bottling capacity of 2.300.000 liters. Andeluna is firmly rooted in Argentina as well as in 30 markets abroad with the firm conviction to being a reference to quality wine, locally as well as internationally. The wine estate in Mendoza is also a sought-after tourist destination within the province of Mendoza.

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Nestling in the Bovlei Valley, just outside Wellington, the Andreas Wine Estate is a hidden gem comprising 4.5 hectares of vineyards, an elegant eighteenth- century house and lush gardens. It’s the ideal base from which to explore the winelands and Cape Town area. Archaeological evidence suggests that the site of Andreas was occupied more than 300,000 years ago by the Acheulean people. More recently, Andreas was one of the first Huguenot settlements in the valley and the estate resonates with historical charm and elegance from this era.Long, hot summer days, cooled by late afternoon breezes, chilly, wet winters and sandy and loamy soils combine to provide the perfect terroir for Andreas’ award-winning Shiraz. Small, dark and flavoursome berries are at the heart of this noble cultivar, transformed into magnificent wine in our cellar.In 2015 the estate was acquired by a group of U.K. wine enthusiasts under the banner of Andreas Wine Trading. Their ambition is to build on the heritage and reputation of the estate and its wine, taking both to new levels of excellence.

Angelo Rocca & Figli
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1880 gründete Francesco Rocca die Firma Vinicola Rocca, die seitdem fester Bestandteil der Weinindustrie Italiens ist. Die Firma heiβt nun Angelo Rocca & Figli und is ist immer noch im Besitz der Fa Familie Rocca. Heute sind es der Enkel von Francesco, Ernesto und seine Söhne, die die Firma leiten. Sie verteilen die Aufgaben unter sich und stellen sicher, dass sie ausschließlich mit Qu Qualitätsprodukten handeln. Am Anfang handelte die Firma nur mit Partiewaren, aber später erweiterte man mit zwei Weingütern, so dass man nun auch selbst Wein produziert. Auβer den beiden Weingütern verfügt die Firma über eine supermoderne Zapfanlage und ein Lager in Agrate Agrate Brianza, das in der Lo Lombardei liegt, von wo aus ma man auch die Weine verteilt. Es Es ist einer der im imposantesten Bauten in der We Weinbranche: ausschließlich au aus Marmor und Granit ge gebaut und mit Kellern au ausgestattet, die die op optimale Lagerung von Wein ga garantieren, sowohl in Fä Fässern als auch in Flaschen. Der Erfolg der Firma liegt darin, dass man die Produkte sorgfältig auswählt, dass man die besten Weine in großen Eichenfässern lagert, dass dass man einen guten Kundendienst hat und dass man vermag, ein gutes Gleichgewicht zwischen Qualität und Preis zu finden.

Anima Negra
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Born in 1994, Ànima Negra comes as a result of the symbiosis of the climate, the land and the indigenous varieties from the island of Mallorca. Ànima Negra’s inimitable wines are honest and distinctive and challenge the trend of producing impersonal wine. It is this premise, together with the aim of offering a product of the highest possible quality, which marks the day-to-day running at Ànima Negra. Situated in the southeast of Mallorca, the winery produces its wines in the old country estate of Son Burguera. The building date back to the 13th century. Natural farming is prioritised. The respect shown to the individual features of the soil and the cultivation of the indigenous varieties (Callet, Mantonegro, Fogoneu and Premsal Blanc) has formed the basis of our philosophy in the way we approach our viticulture and this is reflected in the wine itself.

Anthonij Rupert Wyne
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A FINE WINE HERITAGE From its home base on historic L'Ormarins wine farm beneath the jagged peaks of the Groot Drakenstein mountain in Franschhoek, Anthonij Rupert Wyne has cast its net wide, across the length and breadth of the Cape Winelands, in search of what it takes to make the finest wines this corner of the wine-making world has to offer.

Antiche Terre Venete
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It is in Valpantena, in the Sezano area very close to Verona, that the winery Antiche Terre Venete is located, embraced by the natural wide valley surrounded by terracing covered with vineyards. With a production of about 1.6 million bottles a year of Ripasso, Amarone and Valpolicella, Antiche Terre Venete has become an ambassador of the Veronese winemaking traditions and expertise.

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The Antinori family has been making wine for over six hundred years, since Giovanni di Piero Antinori became part of the Arte Fiorentina dei Vinattieri in 1385. Throughout its long history, spanning 26 generations, the family has always personally managed the business making innovative, sometimes courageous choices, always with unwavering respect for tradition and the land. Today Marchese Piero Antinori is director of the company, assisted by his three daughters, Albiera, Allegra and Alessia, who are personally involved in the business. The qualities of tradition, passion and instinct have made Antinori one of the leading Italian producers of fine quality wines. Every vintage, every terroir, every idea is a new beginning, a new quest to raise our quality margins. As Marchese Piero loves to repeat: "ancient roots play an important role in our philosophy, but they have never held back our spirit of innovation

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In the Apollonio wine you will find the story of four generations living for, producing and dreaming of wine, inspired by the ancient musty smell. The cradle of this story is the land of Puglia, whose territory and climate make it one of the best Italian regions producing excellent wine. The grapes used, grown in endless vineyards, are carefully chosen and worked, and then let age in barrels and bottles in the fresh air of a winery in Monteroni. Apollonio’s story is long and intense. It’s 1870 when Noè starts producing and marketing wine. His son, Marcello, modernizes the firm during the belle époque. His excellent nose for business and the help of his large Family allow him to make the qualitative leap: Marcello sets up the factory, plants the vineyards, harvests, makes wine and sells it. His farmhands, both men and women, work for him every day, even at night. Marcello’s personal participation lightens their work and he often shares a lavish meal with them for a refreshing break. Thanks to his uprightness, passion and tenacity, he is considered a point of reference by other local wineries. During the economic boom, the winery is run by Salvatore, who marks a turning point in the business management. He aims to produce high-quality wines, starting the bottling process in 1975, using labels with the Apollonio brand. His sons, Marcello and Massimiliano, inherit the winery and begin an ambitious expansion policy beyond national borders. Massimiliano is the wine expert and, after studying oenology, he trained in Italian, French and Spanish businesses and is a member of O.N.A.V. (National Wine Taster Organisation). Marcello is responsible for marketing and export.The Apollonio brand is distributed all over the world , synonymous of quality and reliability. The two brothers buy new lands and vineyards, and use cutting- edge technologies to make, bottle and age wine. Without forgetting their traditions.

Arribas Wines Company
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Arribas Wine Company was founded in 2017, in Bemposta, Mogadouro. We aim to produce authentic wines, based in regional varieties, old vineyards and traditional techniques, as well as a degree of innovation. Thus, we strive to farm our vineyards as sustainably and respectfully as possible, and to make our wines in a minimalistic way. The varietal mix found in the old vineyards has grown to reflect these hot growing seasons, with varieties that resist the heat and drought quite well and that are able to reach maturity early on in the season.

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Company "Askaneli" was founded in 1998 by brothers Chkhaidze. The name “Askaneli” is associated with the small, magical village of Askana, located in the beautiful region of Guria, where the old cellar, built by their ancestor – Antimoz Chkhaidze still stands. Antimoz and his whole family was in love with vine and the divine fluid obtained from the grapes. They made their wine according to the old Georgian method, indigenously in clay vessels - called Kvevri. All members of the family were involved in this activity, especially the grandchildren who hosted guests with clay Jugs and little terracotta cups. Antimoz Chkhaidze's cellar and several pitchers dating back to 1880 are still preserved in the village of Askana. Tradition of this beautiful family was revived by brothers Chkhaidze. The founder of the company Gocha Chkhaidze has been working for years to revitalize Georgian viticulture, preserve and recover unique grape varieties. The company owns hundreds of hectars of vineyards, two winemaking facilities in Kakheti and Tbilisi and one fruit distillery in Guria. In addition of producing more than 60 denominations of wine, company produces aged brandy, chacha and brut. “Askaneli” is one of the largest organizations in Georgia, which is in the top three winemaking company ratings of wine production and vine farming.

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Hemel-en-Aarde is Afrikaans for “heaven and earth” and the claim is justified. Our estate sits on a particularly heavenly stretch of land beneath a lofty peak of the Babylon’s Tower mountain range. In addition to its unrelenting beauty, Ataraxia is home to some of the most spectacular terroirs South Africa has to offer. In 2004, The Skyfields Farm was visioned into the Ataraxia wine label when husband and wife, Kevin and Hanli Grant and a few friends purchased this 47-hectare prime vineyard property. More than a decade later, we are associated with crafting wines of incredible finesse, balance and depth; wines that proudly hold their own on the international wine stage.

Aziende Pietroso
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The vineyards are planted exclusively with the Sangiovese grape and are situated in three distinctive areas within the boundaries of Montalcino which allows for a balanced product even in years when there are particular weather conditions. The soil is very suitable, rich in substance and receiving the right amount of sunlight. The microclimate is ideal. All these factors together with constant and attentive manual work such as careful pruning and thinning out the bunches of grapes help to produce high quality raw materials. The height above sea level varies between 350 and 450 metres, so the grapes ripen gradually, this is important considering the tendency for summers to be hotter and drier and in this way the harvest can be put back to the first week in October. The density of planting is 4500 vines per hectare and the growing system is branched cordons with reduced budding to contain the yield to about 70 quintals per hectare. The grapes are picked entirely by hand after drastically thinning out the bunches over the summer. The farm ‘Pietroso’ started in Montalcino in the 1970s thanks to the passion of winemaker Domenico Berni. His aim was to produce a limited quantity of fine wines such as Brunello and Rosso di Montalcino. Today the business is run by family member Gianni Pignattai who also has the expertise of Alex Dondi, an enologist and Federico Becarelli, an agronomist. The farm covers 13 hectares, 5 are cultivated with vines for the production of Brunello di Montalcino and there is one hectare of olive trees.

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One of New Zealand’s largest family- owned wine companies, Babich Wines was established in 1916 and has evolved as a major producer, now exporting to numerous markets around the world. The Babich winemaking philosophy according to Joe Babich is "to have vineyards in the right regions on superior sites, and getting the right varieties on those superior sites. We aim to create wines that are stylish and refined and have easy drinking appeal." And the Babich company vision is "our vision is to be the finest winemaker in New Zealand and that means we have to excel in everything we do, based on high quality wine - and we will never be able to stop striving for that." Babich has vineyards in Auckland (Henderson), Hawkes Bay, Marlborough and Gisborne and wineries in Henderson and Marlborough.

Babylons Peak Private Cellar
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Babylon’s Peak is a private cellar located on the slopes of the Paardeberg Mountains between Malmesbury and Paarl. Four generations have farmed here, passing down their winemaking knowledge and passion through the ages. Current winemaker Stephan and his father continue this proud legacy today. The name Babylon’s Peak is derived from the very high granite peak on the farm, which is known to local people as ‘Babylonstoren’ (in English, ‘The Tower of Babylon’). Some of the highest vineyards in the Swartland region are found here at about 700 metres above sea level. The Paardeberg area is characterised by decomposed granite soils and unique terroir which result in optimum soil expression and fruit purity. All the grapes used for our wines are carefully selected and treated before the wine is made in the traditional way. Being a private cellar, we have the opportunity to select and bottle only the best quality wines.

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The wines are a combination of the very essence of Babylonstoren – keeping things simple and as true to the earth as possible. Truth to the area they are situated in on the slopes of Simonsberg, and simplicity by making elegant and balanced wines as natural as possible.

Baglio Gibellina
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Based in Sicily, Baglio Gibellina is situated close to the town of Trapani. Known as the “City of the Two Seas”, Trapani is a port city in Western Sicily, set on a tongue of land which stretches into the sea with two prongs, dominated by the Tower of Ligny and by the Lazzaretto. Baglio Gibellina dominates the valley and it is surrounded by the hills of Salemi and Santa Ninfa. The Baglio Gibellina company produces only estate bottled wines and the grapes come from authentic and old Sicilian vineyards which give body and structure to the wines. At the same time, younger vineyards are used to give freshness and fragrance to the wine. Baglio Gibellina is a part of the Biscardo Vini family.

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The history of this winery is as recent as its foundations, and as old as the roots of some of its vines, planted over 60 years ago now. While sipping a delightful glass of "Bagordi", you might pause to wonder what the name means or why we made it our own. The word refers to a remote location in the valley of Baztán, one of the most beautiful districts in Navarre. It is originally a Basque name from "Bagoa", which means "the beech grove", in reference to the abundance of this majestic tree in the area. In this location, which represents a dream come true for all who know it, our wines are born and come to maturity. Forged out of the efforts of our forebears, who knew how to create the ideal conditions for these wines to acquire the strength, beauty and harmony inspired in the nature covering Monte Bagordi. Our philosophy is to mollycoddle our grapes, as we feel that the maximum quality of the grape is the fundamental basis for producing the wines that convey the genuine values of our land.

Baron de Ley
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A dream come true, BARON DE LEY is a winery which was devised and founded in 1985 by a small group of prestigious Rioja professionals which decided to create a project which was unique at that time in the Denominación de Origen Calificada Rioja: a winery modelled on the Médoc châteaux, bringing together all the conditions that make a wine a work of art. With this objective, the creators of BARON DE LEY acquired the Imas estate, within the boundaries of Mendavia and on the left bank of the River Ebro. It is an exceptional place for growing vines due to its climatic conditions and the characteristics of its soils, on which 90 hectares of vines were planted.

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In 1967, Gabriel Baron en Dolorès Fuenté founded the house Baron Fuenté. The first bottles were produced and sold directly from the house. Since then, the company kept on developing year after year. Today, the Champagne occupies 38 hectares of vineyards and the brand Baron Fuenté is owned by the Baron family.

Bartinney Wine Estate
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Bartinney Wine Estate is set on the dramatic slopes of Botmaskop alongside the Helshoogte Pass overlooking the picturesque Banhoek Valley in Stellenbosch. Established in 1912, Bartinney has been in the Jordaan family since 1953. Now Rose and Michael Jordaan tend to the 28 hectare farm, with a vision to create excellent wines and reawaken the charm of the historic land. Creating excellence in wine has not been a singular pursuit. Our belief is that every aspect must work in harmony: agriculture with nature, people with animals, sustainability with excellence. The old vines are planted to a height of 550m above sea level and with slopes as steep as 45 degrees, creating wines that have exceptional expression and character. Small pockets of low yielding, hand-tended Sauvignon Blanc and Chardonnay vineyards offer up perfect fruit on the cooler elevated slopes. On the slightly lower foothills of the Botmaskop mountains the Cabernet Sauvignon vineyards are tended to. The perfect conditions to grow grapes with a balance of rich and mineral characters.

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Once an 18th century outpost for the Dutch East India Company, Compagnes Drift farm in Bot River, is now home to Beaumont Wines, a family-run winery with a proud tradition of making individualistic wines from ancient clay-rich soils in the Walker Bay region. Founded by Raoul and Jayne Beaumont, son Sebastian is the winemaker with daughter Ariane assisting in management. With merely 34 hectares under vine, the vast majority of the 400 hectare farm is pristine fynbos-rich mountainside, part of the Green Mountain Eco Route within the Kogelberg Biosphere. The farm is a treasure for both nature- and culture-lovers. The historic water mill is being restored to produce a limited amount of stone ground whole wheat flour while two beautifully- restored historic cottages offer authentic farm accommodation.

Beefsteak Club
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Beefsteak Club was created with steak and wine lovers in mind to honour the dining clubs of the 18th and 19th century which celebrated the beefsteak as a symbol of liberty and prosperity. Fans of a good steak are often equally enthusiastic about their wines. Beefsteak Club brings together these two passions. Argentina, a paradise for many wine and meat lovers, had to be the first port of call and the first Beefsteak Club could be none other than the country’s signature varietal – Malbec. Now the Malbec has some healthy competition from its Spanish sister the Beefsteak Club Tempranillo. Grown in the sunny region of La Mancha, Tempranillo is another grape variety that goes beautifully well with meat.

Bel Colle
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The winery is now lead by oenologists Luca Bosio and Mario Albrito, who create a great and solid team merging their knowledge and experiences. The basis of the ideological understanding that inspired their work was the hedonistic concept of producing quality wines respecting local customs and at the same time satisfying the taste of consumers. This was achieved thanks to the collaboration with the oenologist Paolo Torchio who led the winery from 1980 until 2015, the year in which Bel Colle became part of the Bosio Family Estates group.

Bergdolt-Reif & Nett
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"Each wine and each vintage has its own personality, its own character and its own history." Duttweiler, a small wine village, situated in the heart of the Palatine between the cities of Speyer am Rhein and Neustadt an der Weinstrasse (the German Wine Street), is home to our winery and vineyards. The foundations of which were laid in 1838 with the construction of our vaulted sandstone cellars.Following an inheritance settlement in 1900 and through subsequent adoption and marriage, the Winery & Estate, now in its 5th generation, is run by the Nett Family. Situated 120 – 140m above sea level our cultivated vines are to be found nestled in a Mediterranean like landscape, where ripening kiwi, fig, almond and chestnut are to be found. It is with over 10m of potent loess and clay soils with fine vein lines of lime which sets the character of our wine.

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Bernhard Huber
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The Winery Bertagna in Bande (Cavriana) in the Morainic Hills, between Solferino and Castellaro Lagusello, produces exquisite and renowned red wines, white wines, sparkling wines and dessert wines. The poet Publio Virgilio had several times in the literature mentioned the village of Andes, today Bande, as the home of excellent vines, which offered delicious wines and which were estimated from the canteens of the divine emperor of Rome. Since four generations the Family Bertagna supplies the cultivation of vines and winemaking with great attention.Gianfranco transmit a lot of love and passion for his own country, his wines and traditions.

Birgit Eichinger
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Birgit Eichinger, as a winemaker, exercises great care, consistency and flair, while being deeply rooted in her homeland – the Kamp Valley. Her wines are the embodiment of elegance and strong character. Great wines are close to Birgit’s mind and heart. She stands for progress not stagnation and individualism instead of mainstream. She finds her inspiration and support from her husband, Christian and daughter, Gloria.

Biscardo Vini
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The Biscardo Family have been making wine from their base in Soave for over 150 years and the operations are currently led by brothers Maurizio and Martino Biscardo. Renowned for their Proseccos and Corvina based reds in particular, they are also involved in a fascinating project in Puglia. During the course of Maurizio's long and illustrious career, he has consulted for well known wineries around Italy and in doing so he came across the vineyards that provide the grapes for their Puglian wines. Both the Pugliese and Veneto wines are characterised by a dangerous drinkability, aromatic purity and exceptional value for money.

Black Stallion Estate Winery
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In July 2007, Black Stallion Estate Winery became the latest addition to the prestigious collection of wineries in the Napa Valley. Named for a historic equestrian center, the indoor track now houses winemaking production and remnants of the original 36 horse stalls are still visible today. In May 2010, Black Stallion Estate Winery was purchased by the Indelicato Family, one of the leading family-owned wine producers in the country. The grape growing and wine making history of the Indelicato family has spanned three generations and more than 85 years. The family is very involved with all aspects of Black Stallion and their dedication is evident both in our wines and the “family feel” of the winery.

BlankBottle, Pieter Walser
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BLANKbottle is breaking every rule in the book. It produces 30 different wines a year, with half never to see the light of day again. No label has any information about varietals or blends. One wine was subconsciously blended by winemaker Pieter Hauptfleisch Walser’s brain. And yet these challenging wines are found in some of the world’s trendiest and most exclusive restaurants.

Bodega Los Toneles – Mendoza
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As early as 1922, the Bodega Los Toneles in Mendoza was founded by the two Armando brothers, who came from Italy. The architecture of the winery reflects the golden age of Argentina and is now a landmark of the city of Mendoza. With a lot of effort, the current owner José Milan has renovated and modernized the winery since 2002. In addition to a modern wine cellar, the winery offers first- class cuisine and many cultural events on its premises. The winery owns vineyards in Mendoza's sub-regions of Uco Valley (55 ha), Lujá de Cuyo (70 ha), San Rafael (10 ha), Lavalle (200 ha) and in San Juan in the Valle de Pedernal (125 ha). The vineyards are located up to 1,200 m above sea level. The high- altitude vineyards offer the Malbec grapes the best opportunities to slowly reach full ripeness. The stony soils ensure that the fruity wines have a fine minerality. Using the latest technology, the grapes are processed into very good quality wines. The wines mature in the barrel cellar for a long time until they are bottled at the winery. Robert Parker regularly rates the winery's premium wines with 90-94 points.

Bodega Vinaguarena
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VinaGuarena winery is located within Toro Denomination of Origin bounds, one of the fastest growing areas of wines in Spain. It is without doubt a revelation when it comes to the production of quality and modern wines in Spain. The winery is placed in a privileged valley near the Guareña river, a tributary of the Duero river, integrated in an estate of 82 hectares of land, of which 22 hectares are devoted to the production of grapes. Excellent century-old vines, new technology, knowledge and passion for wine are the letter of introduction from VinaGuarena winery. Our efforts are concentrated on the indigenous variety, Tinta de Toro (Tempranillo). Our wines will astonish you with its balance and elegance that, together with the noble woods, make us proud of them. The care of the vineyard, the microclimate, the selection of grapes, control and care we put in each process before and after the harvest, and the aging in French oak (75% of our barrels are of French oak) provide our wines with unique features. Our philosophy of work focuses on the effort to improve. The constant attention to our customers and consumers sums up the spirit of this winery founded in 1999 by a group of  unconditional lovers of wine and this land.

Bodegas Acustic Celler
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In a region with a unique character and personality, and with very old grapevines, Albert Jane—the grandson of winemakers in Penedes—founded the Acustic Celler in the Montsant DO. The extreme climate of Montsant, along with the very unique soils of this region, have helped to the Acustic Celler to craft high quality and expressive wines that represent the tradition and history of this region. This winery´s name, Acustic Celler, is a direct comparison to acoustic music, and the winery´s name literally means the Acoustic cellar. This winery was named after acoustic music because of their philosophy of crafting wine´s that have a pure expression of their grapes, just as music without electricity. All of this winery´s products are crafted from native grapes that are cultivated from grapevines which are between 35 and 80 years-old. These grapevines produce small yields of very high quality grapes.

Bodegas Beronia
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The winery is surrounded by 25 hectares of own vineyards. In addition the Beronia technical team control 870 hectares of specially selected vineyards, situated within a 10km radius of the winery therefore maintaining the Rioja Alta character. The average age of these vineyards is 30 years however 50 hectares are more than 60 years old. A very close relationship is maintained with the more than 200 growers who suppply grapes to beronia guaranteeing only the best quality grapes are selected and that the process is carried out in the most natural way. All of the grapes used in the production of Beronia wines are carefully selected from the vineyards by Beronia winemaker Matias Calleja, parcel by parcel. Deciding from the vineyard for which wine the grapes will be used depending on the characteristics shown. After more than 30 years of dedication and passion for winemaking, Matias Calleja became Technical Director of Beronia in 1996. Thanks to his experience, the work of his technical team and his ambition he has become the heart and soul of Bodegas Beronia. Personally determining the exact blend and wine according to the character and quality each vintage, Matias gives his wines the unique character we call the Beronia Style. His philosophy is based on quality, respect for the environment and the challenge of combining the purest Rioja style with an innovative spirit.

Bodegas Borsao
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Founded in 1958 in the town of Borja, called Bursao in the 4th century B.C., this winery represents what can be done with Garnacha, a grape that is not well appreciated by the Spanish press. Through meticulous selection work in the fields and at reception time in the winery, modern winemaking produce these highly fruity wines. They are best examples of the region known as "The Garnacha land of Spain”, the lower part of the Ebro River. The winery is in the province of Zaragoza, between the Ebro River and the Moncayo mountain range. They own 3,600 acres of vineyards, at an average altitude of 1,350 ft. above sea level. The climate is continental, with very dry and hot summers, and very cold winters. There are frequent late frosts and storms. The fog from the Ebro River brings additional humidity.

Bodegas del Rosario
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The main aspect in our winemaking philosophy is to give priority to our old vineyards, because we think that the balance in production, achieved thanks to them, is outstanding. The depth of their roots, the volume of explored soil and its own self control regarding their vegetative vigour, slow down the influence of the farming conditions which may occur year after year, and provide a higher complexity to the grapes in the first place and finally to the wines. This approach does not exclude the importance of the new plantations, because they ensure the maintenance of our wine quality standards in the future. The whole planting and growing process is thoroughly studied by the winery staff, so that the vines are developed in a balanced way and fully-integrated in their environment.

Bodegas Juan Gil
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Bodegas Juan Gil revered the spirit of wine: The wines of Jumilla are the ambassadors of a village of contrasts, whose personality derives from the soil. It is amazing to see how such a rich variety of hues emerges from the stony sand and limestone, the geological heritage of the Triassic. From golden muscat to sweet pink, from the cheeky red of the younger Monastrell to the dominant vermilion of the woody rim. To understand the Jumillano's fighting spirit, you have to feel the relentless summer sun, the icy winter glow and the contrast of temperatures. In this tenacity for life, the land and agriculture have learned to preserve the sparse rains that come and transform adversity into wines with temperament.

Bodegas LAN Rioja
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Winemaking at LAN follows a principle: extreme respect for our grapes, preserving the vineyard’s distinctive features in each of the stages of fermentation and ageing, both in the barrel and in the bottle. We manage each tank individually, based on the destination it has been assigned. Such respect implies preparation, manual selection, creativity, tradition and modernity -all these elements play a part in endeavour to outdue ourselves every day. A painstaking oak selection along with malolactic fermentation in new barrels transform our estate’s musts into pleasant, unctuous and round wines.

Bodegas Lopez Cristobal
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In 1994, Santiago López realized his dream of creating his own winery. The dream started many years before in the 1930’ with Santiago’s father Santiago Sr., arriving in the Ribera del Duero area from Santander to start a successful farm, where the winery is now founded. In the 1980’s Santiago Jr.’s initial contact with viticulture coincided with the appellation designation of Ribera del Duero. After several years of selling his grapes to other wineries, his longing to make his own wine was realized, thus creating López Cristóbal. The name López Cristóbal is a union of two last names, his wife Lola Cristóbal and Santiago López. The family tradition continues with Galo, Santiago’s son that joined the winemaking team to contribute a personal flare to the wines.

Bodegas Mas Que Vinos
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THREE FRIENDS - THREE WINEMAKERS The winery Más Que Vinos was founded in La Rioja in 1998 when the three friends: Margarita Madrigal, Alexandra Schmedes and Gonzalo Rodriguez met. Three winemakers, each one of us with an extense winemaking experience. The origins of the winery go back to 1851 to Gonzalo´s family vineyards in Dosbarrios, located in the Mesa de Ocaña, close to Toledo. Here we started our own winery in 1999, with a philosophy based on the essential role of the indigenous grape varieties: Cencibel, Garnacha, Airén and Malvar.

Bodegas Nekeas
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Thanks to its outstanding location, climate and geological characteristics, the Valley of Nekeas is one of Spain’s finest areas for the production of quality wine and olive oil. It is influenced by both the Atlantic and the Mediterranean.

Bodegas Roda
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In the late 80’s, a new generation renews the vine and wine sector. Carmen Daurella and Mario Rotllant arrived in La Rioja with the firm intention of creating a project able to provide the world of winemaking with something new. This is where a fascinating, ambitious, exigent and unprecedented adventure began: Bodegas RODA. Bodegas RODA has obtained the WfCP (Wineries for Climate Protection) certification, which rewards the winery´s work and commitment to sustainability and environment. The certificate has been promoted by the Spanish Wine Federation (FEV) adn is specifically designed for wineries that have a commitment to improve and reduce different environmental aspects such as waste, energy and water consumption, and emissions to the atmosphere.

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A small farm known as Boekenhoutskloof was foundet in 1776 in the Franschoek valley. As the name of the town suggests, the French Hugenots were the first people to settle and employ the ideal soils and Mediterranean climate for growing fine wine grapes.

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The cantina del Nonno (The Grandfather's cellar), the heart of the tradition, augmented in the course of time with 1700 barriques and 35 casks, still retains the Slavonian oak barrels dating back to 1883. Two very up-to- date and highly automated bottling lines conclude the production process. The cellar received the UNI EN ISO 29002 Certification and also the Agribusiness Supply Chain Traceability Certificate. Winemaker Christian Scrinzi is the interpreter of the Bolla quality. It was his grandfather who gave him his early fascination with wine through their many excursions to the vineyards around their home in Trentino, a well known wine region in Northeast Italy. These early experiences led Christian to complete his studies in agriculture and oenology and ultimately to Gruppo Italiano Vini where he is the Director of Oenology responsible for creating Bolla wines and carrying on the tradition of trusted quality that American’s have come to know and love.

Bon Courage
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Borne of Fire
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Like a phoenix rising from the ashes, we have laid claim to a land that has been torn from within and smothered in flames. Where Earth’s torrid past has new meaning. And our true awakening has been reborn. From a rugged terrain once etched with fiery sparks, to the Columbia River rushing by our side. We have charged past the blaze and now we look ahead. Where the grapes grow mighty. The sun-scorched grounds guide us. And the barrels will be charred to perfection.

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Nestled in one of the most picturesque valleys in the Cape winelands , one of South Africa 's original wine farms eagerly awaits your arrival. With a winemaking tradition spanning over 300 years, Boschendal Wine Estate offers a veritable treat for wine lovers everywhere. This gracious national treasure is a familiar favourite to many and a glorious discovery for countless others. This premier estate is a destination in its own right and draws inspiration from a rich heritage dating back to when its French Huguenot founders recognized this property's enormous potential for wine growing. Today a highly motivated and talented team is making sure that Boschendal maintains its rightful place on the forefront of modern advances, as a winery of international distinction. Situated at the gateway to the Franschhoek valley, encircled by the rugged splendour of the Groot Drakenstein and Simonsberg Mountains , Boschendal is less than an hour's drive from Cape Town . Be warned though, a visit to this estate may turn into an all day affair! Besides Boschendal's award-winning wines, the grandeur of the grounds, graceful tree lined gardens and charming historical buildings will entice you to lose yourself in a wine tasting adventure with our hospitable staff and tempt you with tantalizing cuisine.

Bouchard Finlayson
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Bouvet Ladubay
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In the centre of the area of Saumur, close to the century- old reputed vineyard, Bouvet- Ladubay welcomes you in its cellars. Along its 5 miles long galleries excavated in the “tuffeau” stone, you will discover that for Bouvet- Ladubay, wine is a living art which needs to be elaborated with wisdom, mixing tradition and advance technology. Bouvet-Ladubay has become the fist exporter of SAUMUR BRUT (extra-dry) today and remains a luxurious home- made product above all. On its premises, where “Excellency” is regarded as a reference, Bouvet-Ladubay displays for you all the stages of the making of its vintage wines, from the first fermentation to the labelling of the bottles. You will appreciate the flavours when tasting. The story of the wine cellars started 1000 years ago at the time of the builders. The Saint Florent monks, who were expelled from the first dungeon of Saumur by FOULQUE NERA in 1025, were among the fist builders. The settled down there on the hills overlooking the Thouet river, excavated the first galleries to quarry the tuffeau stone which was then used to build the abbey “La Belle d’Anjou” consecrated on October 1040 and which knew its biggest influence in the 13th century. The Bouvet-Ladubay wine cellars are the cellars of that abbey. At the end of the 19th century, the extraction of the “tuffeau” stone which was used to build a great number of monuments in France and in Europe came to an end ; on top of the castles and abbeys in the Loire Valley area, we can quote the abbey of Westminster. The “Underground Cathedral” is today a set of 35 monuments created in 2002, along 0,4 mile long galleries displayed with music and lights.

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The Bründlmayer estate is one of the best in Austria where white wines are concerned. The family-run estate of Willi Bründlmayer covers roughly 185 acres and deliberately avoids the use of chemicals in its vineyards. Bründlmayer Bründlmayer fertilizes its vines only wi with organic compounds such as co compost from plant waste and no he herbicides are used. The grapes are ha harvested by hand, resulting in the pl pleasure of natural wine of the highest qu quality. The Bründlmayer wines come from vineyards around the village of Langenlois in the wine-growing region of Kamptal, located about 80 kilometres kilometres west of Vienna. The vineyards are situated on the “burning” slopes on the banks of the Kamp, a tributary of the Danube.

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This beautiful farm on the east- facing slopes of the magnificent Constantiaberg and barely 12km from False Bay, originally formed part of the Constantia Estate, which was founded by Simon van der Stel, the first Governor of the new Dutch colony at the tip of Africa.

First sold as a 200 morgen sub-division to Cornelis Brink in 1773, Buitenverwachting changed hands all too often. And yet it flourished as a wine farm, due mainly to the 90 000 vines planted in 1825 by Ryk Arnoldus Cloete, brother of the famous Hendrik Cloete of Constantia.

From 1866, the fortunes of Buitenverwachting were inextricably linked to those of the Louw and Lategan families. One of the most colourful characters was Oom Danie Lategan, whose trademark was the freshly picked camelia he wore on his lapel every day. It was his daughter, Olivia Lategan, who was to forge the link between the Lategans and the Louws. Born at Buitenverwachting, she returned as mistress of the farm when she married George Louw.

Imbued with a sense of history, the Mueller family has retraced the roots of Buitenverwachting. The farm was lovingly restored to its former glory while extensive planting of the most selected of cultivars was initiated. The result was a maiden grape harvest of 100 tonnes - the first harvest the farm had seen in 30 years. An historic achievement that lived up to its name: Buitenverwachting - "Beyond Expectation".

A small block of Hanepoot table grapes which still bears fruit despite its ripe old age of nearly 100 years, has been retained as a growing tribute to the heritage of Buitenverwachting.

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The traditional winery BUS is located in the heart of the Southern Wine Route, on the outskirts of the wine-growing community of Insheim near Landau / Pfalz. Here, the mild climate, particularly many sunny days and the fertile soils of the Southern Palatinate produce top-quality wines and sparkling wine sparkling wines on over 40 hectares of cultivated land every year. Both the classic grape varieties such as Riesling, Sauvignon Blanc and Pinot Noir, but also popular new varieties such as Bacchus, Dornfelder or Ortega are among the specialties of the wine and sparkling wine estate. The history of the family business goes back to the late 16th century. As master winemaker of the 7th generation, Carsten Bus can draw on his family's irreplaceable wealth of experience. The combination of traditional viticulture and the most modern harvesting and cellar technology creates first-class, individual and high-quality wines that get their typical fresh and fruity character through the mild climate of the Southern Palatinate.

Ca Maiol
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The Ca Maiol winery, which today is a balanced blend of tradition and modernity, is made up of four farmhouses: the oldest, built in 1710 by the notary Sebastiano Maioli from Desenzano, and since 1967 the main headquarters is Ca Maiol. To this the Contato family has added over the years the lands of Molino, Rocchetta and Storta farms, where new vineyards have been planted to respond to a strongly growing market demand. The reorganisation plan of the structure has also witnessed in recent times the construction of a modern and extensive underground cellar and an architecturally enhanced exhibition area, where the public can taste all the products of the company, from the wines to the grappa, even the typical and special extra virgin olive oils of Lake Garda.

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The name Caliterra is taken from 'La Calidad de la Tierra' in other words the quality of the land. Caliterra’s philosophy is to craft environmentally friendly wines under the concepts of precision wine growing and sustainable vineyard management, where each variety stands out for their fruity, fresh and distinctive style, expressing the quality and pureness of Chile’s nature, terroir and fruit. Caliterra was established in 1996 as a partnership between the Robert G. Mondavi family and Viña Errázuriz, who sought to realize their shared dream of producing high quality wines. In 2004, Caliterra went a new direction. The Chadwick family was 100% owner again and this has led to the important decision to produce only wines of their own vineyards, instead of buying grapes from others. They also wanted to increase the quality and to change the appearance of the labels. From that moment, they only produce wines on Reserva levels or above that level, the so-called Tributo line.

Campagnola Giuseppe
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Carlo Campagnola founded the winery in 1886 and in 1907 he received his first official award (and the oldest official document) with a gold medal for the best “reccioto” wine at the “Mostra Campionaria di Verona”. Caterina, Carlo’s wife, was recently widowed and had ten children. Only a short time before, she had bravely began to run the winery, which, at time, was located at Gazzo di Purano in the district of Marano di Valpolicella. Giuseppe, one of the ten children of Caterina, managed the Antica Osteria in Verona, while his brothers took care of the winery and the vineyards. After the World War II, the tavern was sold and the land was divided up among the grandchildren. In 1946, Giuseppe with his sons Luigi and Giancarlo, founded the current winery, located in Via Agnella in Valgatara and began the production and selection of the Classici Veronesi Wines.

Camparnaud Provence
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Camparnaud has over 300 years of tradition in making wines in one of the best environments of the Provence. This 40 acres estate produces top level wines. Camparnaud was acquired by Dutch wine expert Marnix Engels in early 2000. He completely renovated the estate and vineyards, making it a state- of-the-art winemaking facility that operates with full respect for human and nature.

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The estate of Canneto, on the western slope of Montepulciano, close to the splendid church of Madonna di San Biagio, has a rich tradition of viticulture. With great respect for tradition and the rich wine culture have been since buying the buildings restored by the Swiss owners, a new wine cellar created, acquired new machinery and equipment, maintained the vines and olive trees, and renewed. The total area covers approximately 48 hectares, of which around 26 hectares with vines are planted. Fifteen hectares of which are written for the Vino Nobile. The vines are on moderate silica-containing Mergelboden, at an altitude between 350 and 400 ü.M. On the slopes mainly against Southwest, are the vines in the horizontal, be educated spurred cordon system. To four more hectares of land country olives for the own Olio extra vergine di gmcustodio cultivated.

Cantina Andrian
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WINE IS AT ONCE A PROCESS OF BECOMING AND A STATE OF BEING. In Andriano, both have a dynamic quality characterized by constant motion. They reflect our constant quest for new ways to convey time- honored traditions into the present and to preserve them for the future. The secret of making a special wine consists of more than just diligent work in the VINEYARDS and in the WINE CELLAR. Devotion, careful attention, and a passionate love of the soil, the vine, and the grape are needed. A passion expressed in every vintage of Andriano.

Cantina Bulgarini
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Every wine produced by the Bulgarini winery is made with knowledge and passion. With its 50 hectares of vineyards, manual grape harvest and selection of the best grapes, maturation and aging in wooden barrels, Bulgarini gets the best out of the gold of the Lugana region. The Bulgarini winery is a member of the consortium for the protection of the Lugana DOC. In their assortment, Fausto and Virginia Bulgarini carry other pieces of jewelry in addition to the excellent Lugana Doc wines. Red wines, a rosé wine, a dry berry selection, a Chardonnay Charmat method sparkling wine and pomace brandies (grappas) created by Fausto Bulgarini from his vineyards.

Cantina di Colognola Ai Colli
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On the 26th June 2008, following up a long winemaking tradition, the consortium Collis - Veneto Wine Group was established, with its head office and administrative headquarters based in the town of Monteforte d'Alpone. 'COLLIS', the Latin word for 'hill', represents the ideal environment for quality wine production and reflects the common territorial denominator of the vineyards of two of the founding partners, the Cantina di Colognola ai Colli and the Cantine dei Colli Berici di Lonigo, Barbarano Vicentino e San Bonifacio. The third founding partner is CEVICO, an important consortium with head offices in Lugo di Romagna in the region of Emilia Romagna. The two partners from the Veneto region have conferred all their assets relating to production into Collis, now the sole owner of the production facilities, including the vinification and storage plants, while the original wineries maintain their custody of the land and relations with the grape- growers, taking delivery of the grapes from their members and conferring them immediately into Collis, which is then responsible for the vinification and sale of the finished product.

Cantina di Custoza
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Cantina di Montalcino
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The 'Cantina di Montalcino", the only active in the zone cooperative, which was founded in 1975 and 1990 adopted by the Cantine Leonardo works in this environment very beneficiary for the culture of the vine by nature. The 90 members of the Vintners win their grapes delivered to the cooperative from a total 108 hectares of own vineyards, where they can count to achieve the desired high- quality of grapes that perfectly healthy and mature for further processing and must be in full possession of all substances in desirable for high-quality wines in the cellar during the entire Rebzyklusses to support erfahrenenen Önotechnikern and agronomists. Here the concept is the spirit of the times traced one flexible customized cooperative structure, as we know them from numerous plants of the "new world" that emerging on the international markets. With the technical support of the operational experts, vintner members should be stimulated growing accurate grape production, where the grapes enough the highest quality standard is also correspondingly more paid.

Cantina Paladin
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Grape growing and wine making are labors extremely rich in tradition and culture, embracing past and future. Wine is for Carlo, Lucia and Roberto the result of authentic passion, and through experience and research they are able to enhance both tradition and innovation. Dedication and commitment in wine making create strong relationships with family, men and territory, sealing great friendships and pleasures.

Cantina Santadi
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The Santadi Winery came into being in1960, when a group of grape growers, coordinated by ETFAS, the Land Reform Board of Sardinia, joined forces to set up a cooperative winemaking and marketing business. The place was – and is – Santadi, south-western Sardinia, in the heart of the Sulcis district. Up to the 1980s, the Winery confined its activity to producing and selling bulk wine, only making a few half- hearted attempts at bottling. A leap of faith was needed, and it came in the mid 1970s, when a new Board of Directors took office, headed by Antonello Pilloni (who remains the Chairman to this date). The new team saw that a change of tack was needed, and lost no time in securing the assistance of the internationally famous oenologist Giacomo Tachis who soon grew to love this land took the future of the Winery to heart. Under his guidance, the quality of the Santadi wines skyrocketed, securing them a breakthrough in the main markets, which immediately recognised their outstanding quality and strong identity. Since then, the only direction has been upwards, as the Santadi wines continue to spread and reap appreciation worldwide. A success story made possible by the whole team, which includes the grape growers, directors, marketing staff and all winery workers, forming a reservoir of expertise that is an asset for the whole territory.

Cantina Terlan
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Founded in 1893, the Cantina Terlano winery is now one of the leading wine growers’ cooperatives in South Tyrol, with a current membership of 143 growers working a total area of 165 hectares. That is the equivalent of some 1.2 million bottles of wine a year. We and our members have long had a strong focus on quality. That has attracted praise and recognition on the Italian and international wine markets, and in spite of its relatively small size, Cantina Terlano is now well established in the world of wine. Our modern winery produces 30 percent red and 70 percent white wines, all of them of DOC quality (Controlled Designation of Origin). Following the last upgrade and refurbishment in 2009, our cellars now include a total of 18,000 cubic meters of storage space, which ensures that the wines can develop undisturbed. On the outside, the new tract has a natural facing of red porphyry, the stone that gives the wines in the area their typical character. The roof is planted with vines so that it blends in completely with the surrounding countryside. Our wines are marketed in three distinct quality lines: Selections, Vineyards and Classics. An annual rarity is also produced, which only comes on the market after it has spent at least ten years maturing in our cellars. That makes it a fine symbol of our focus on longevity.

Cantina Tramin
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Cantina Tramin embodies the typical features of our land: the charm of nature and its ability to engage the senses, a creative and precise approach to consistent, quality production, and the ability to create a system based on cooperation. Among the oldest and most traditional wineries in Südtirol - Alto Adige, Cantina Tramin is based in Termeno on the Strada del Vino. Cantina Tramin operates along the entire value chain: production, vinification and distribution are handled internally by a professional, passionate staff. Nussbaumer Gewurztraminer Tramin is one of the best white wines of Italy, while Stoan, Unterebner Pinot Grigio and Urban Lagrein represent the heart and soul of Südtirol - Alto Adige.

Cantine Lenotti
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According to an eonological map dated 1906, the name LENOTTI was already known in the past for the production of the Bardolino classico. At that time the farm sold wines exclusively in butts or demijohns. In the following years untill 1968 the farm constantly increased its production of high- quality wines, by making wine from local grapes and supplying the numerous bottlers of the neighbourhood. Since 1968, the farm has been bottling and selling the wines directly with the main goal of supplying our clients with high quality products at competitive prices. For almost 40 years of continued increased sales, especially in the export markets, the whole production, that in the meantime has been widening the range of wines as well as their quantity, is being sold exclusively in bottle.

Cantine Riondo
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Established in 2008, COLLIS- RIONDO is one of the largest and most important wine producers in Veneto and in Italy. An undisputed leader of viticulture in the Veneto region with over 6,000 hectares of vineyards that are managed daily by more than 2.200 associated farmers. The mission of the Company is to distribute good Veneto wine, by pursuing the ideal of promoting the wines obtained in its own vineyards, focusing on the quality of the products and the proximity of its customers. The wines coming from Collis vineyards are bottled by Collis-Riondo under various brands, each one with a precise identity and a quality profile. The main brands are: Riondo (sparkling DOC and varietal), Casa Burti (generic sparkling), Casa Lunardi (still Veneto wines), Castelforte (premium still Veneto wines) and i-Spritz (cocktails).

Cantine San Marzano
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In 1962 19 vine growers from San Marzano, whose families had farmed the land for generations, combined their efforts to establish “Cantine San Marzano”. Through the decades this coooperative has grown significantly, attracting over 1200 vine growers, using modern and technologically advanced plants and producing elegant wines without forgetting the obligation to the very old Apulian wine tradition. Nowadays the melding of time honoured tradition, passion and sensibility with contemporary techniques enables us to produce wines with distinctive varietal and regional characters, marvellously reflecting individual attention, seasonal variation and local terroir.

Cape Beach
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The attractive appearance of the Cape Beach wine, its light, fruity style and its freshness style and its freshness bring the summer of South Africa to Germany. These wines whet the appetite for sun, beach and pleasure. The wines are all originally bottled in South Africa and transport the South African joie de vivre with every glass.

Cape Bridge Wines
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Cape Bridge grapes are sourced from prime vineyards in the Agter Paarl region. The varied soil compositions on the farm create favourable conditions for growing different cultivars. The grape varieties are ideally matched with the soil types to yield grapes that deliver delicious, vibrant, crisp wines with juicy fruit intensity. A comprehensive range of wines that truly offers excellent value for money. Ideal for every day drinking.

Cape Point Vineyards
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Cape Point Vineyards, is located on a narrow strip of peninsula, and between the disparate icy Atlantic and the warm currents of False Bay, resulting in a unique maritime climate that is ideal for superior winemaking. Perched high above the peninsula, and embraced by a neighbouring nature reserve, Cape Point Vineyards is set in a backdrop of magnificent panoramas and breathtaking sea views that form part of the signature presence of this prestigious estate. Built on a foundation of innovation and a passion for world-class excellence, Cape Point Vineyards is as committed to protecting the environment as it is to producing award-winning wines. This can be attributed to a superb terroir, an intense focus on the land and preserving classical production methods, essential to the art of winemaking. Added to this, Cape Point Vineyards wines are only produced in limited quantities, catering for the wine lover who appreciates exclusive quality.

Casa Ermelinda Freitas
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Founded in 1920 by Deonilde Freitas, and continued by Germana Freitas and later by Ermelinda Freitas, the company has always had a special interest in wine. The company has, from its very beginnings, made the quality of its vineyards and wines a top priority. When the company first started, wines were produced and sold wholesale and unbranded. It was the current management that decided to take on the challenge that is involved in creating an own brand wine. 1997 was the year of the company's new beginning in wine making, with red wine "Terras do Pó tinto", being the first to be produced and bottled on the premises of the Ermelinda Freitas winery.

Casa Vinicola SARTORI di Verona
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Sartori, founded in 1898, is a private wine cellar, which is run by the fourth generation. At that time the current headquarters "Villa Maria" was acquired, in the north of Verona, surrounded by the hills of Valpolicella. With passion and commitment, has the high level of quality and thus can stabilize the fabulous reputation of the wines of Sartori founded.

Castello di Volpaia
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Volpaia was built in the 11th century as a fortified castle in the border area between Siena and Florence, the Florentine family "della Volpaia". At the time of the Renaissance, she produced many well known artists and scholars. The story of Volpaia and the families who lived in the Castle, were always closely linked to the development of viticulture in the Chianti region. Today, as in the 11th century, the castle in the wine and olive oil production is involved. The latest technologies are housed in the old walls. The soul of the cellars and current owner is Dylan Stianti, a strong, energetic and full of character woman - like wines of Volpaia. For some years now Volpaia works only with organic and until this year the entire production is also biologically certified.

Castello Monaci
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The sunshine glitters amid the luxuriant olives, vineyards and two seas. Space has been found at the gates of Salice Salentino for the vineyards and winery of Castello Monaci, an estate whose features merge with the lines of the magic place in which it rise. A land with peculiar geometries and countless figures that represent nature, but where unique products are created.

Catena Zapata
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Founded in 1902, Argentina’s Bodega Catena Zapata is known for its pioneering role in resurrecting Malbec and in discovering extreme high altitude terroirs in the Andean foothills of Mendoza. The family’s Adrianna Vineyard at almost 5,000 feet elevation has been called the Grand Cru of South America. Awards: Decanter Man of the Year, Wine Spectator Distinguished Service Award, Der Feinschmaker Award, Wine and Spirits and Wine Enthusiast Winery Awards.

Catherine Marshall
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What began as a festive three barrel foot stomp event attended by a handful of friends on a south peninsula beach in 1996, produced a very palatable Syrah, and saw the founding in 1997 of the first true micro-winery in the Western Cape with Pinot Noir the main focus. The aptly named Barefoot Winery trading as Catherine Marshall Wines has long outgrown its humble origins to become a legendary institution and exporting to a number of markets world- wide.

CAVALLI Estate Stellenbosch
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Cavalli Estate has quickly become a recognised and respected South African 'lifestyle' experience with the estate's development on the R44 being widely regarded as a significant event for Stellenbosch and the Cape Winelands, and has established itself as premier location for visitors seeking a sophisticated South African winelands 'lifestyle' experience. As a 'destination brand’ renowned for its wine, cuisine, design, architecture, indigenous landscaping and art, Cavalli has developed a loyal following of discerning patrons. The estate encompasses 100 Hectares of prime property located in the prestigious Helderberg region of Stellenbosch, South Africa. Comprising 26 Hectares of Vineyards, 10 Hectares of Indigenous Gardens, 10 Hectares of Manicured paddocks attached to a World Class Equestrian Indoor Arena, followed by a 3300 square metre public building facility which houses a 100 seater Restaurant, 350 seater Banqueting facility, 600 square metre Retail Art Gallery, Luxury Boutique and Wine Tasting Facility.

Cave de Turckheim
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The Cave de Turckheim winegrowers are the current custodians of a long and illustrious history that is steeped in wine. Since 1955 the Cave de Turckheim has brought together the artisan heirs of this distinguished heritage, fortifying the bond that links the men, the earth and the fruits of the vine. An awareness of social and environmental concerns has always been high on the agenda for the Cave de Turckheim winegrowers. We are committed to an economically sustainable approach where conservation of the natural environment and our heritage are paramount.

Caves de Wissembourg
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The founding of the Caves de Wissembourg in Alsace dates back to 1970. Thanks to its particularly favorable geographic position, our sparkling wine company sells its products first within Europe and very soon beyond its borders around the world. In 1975, the sales figures exceeded the 10 million mark for the first time. Since then, sales have been rising steadily. Due to the skill of our selected professionals, the wide and varied range of our products ranges from the sects (white, red, rosé, muscats, blanc de blancs) to the grape varieties (Chardonnay, Verdejo) to the flavored cocktails.

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he San and Khoi peoples inhabited the Cederberg area from early times, leaving behind a rich legacy of rock art. It was only during the mid- 1800s that another tough group of people set foot in the Cederberg – the Nieuwoudt family. The first Nieuwoudts arrived in South Africa during the early 1700s. Nearly 100 years later, their descendants moved to the Cederberg. In 1893 the present family moved to the farm Dwarsrivier, which is also known as Cederberg Private Cellar and Sanddrif holiday resort. Six generations ago, no one would have guessed that this rugged, fynbos-covered area on the edge of the Succulent Karoo biome would one day become the Cape winelands’ highest-altitude wine farm. The farm itself is covered in unspoilt fynbos – only 53 ha are under vine. Today, this award-winning winery is owned by Ernst and David Nieuwoudt – proudly fourth and fifth generation, with daughter Emma, the sixth generation. Many stories have been told about ‘how it all started’. Maybe the first Platter’s South African Wine Guide (1980) puts it best: ‘Oom Pollie has confounded the experts by producing prize-winning wines on his farm high in the remote Cederberg Mountains. He first started making wine for the farm workers with table grapes that ripened too late to be taken in by the nearest co- operative. The venture was so successful, he decided to try his hand at making red wine, and the first vintage in 1977, though too small to be certified, was acclaimed by experts as being up to Superior standards’. The other story goes as follows: There used to be no vines on the farm. A friend, who worked for the Deciduous Fruit Board, noticed that winter fruit was doing so well on this fruit and tobacco farm and recommended that the family plant table grape vines. This was done in 1965 and these vines did so well that the first wine vines were planted in 1973 – the source of the top-class Cabernet Sauvignon of 1977/8. David’s grandfather, Oom Pollie, and his uncle, Oom Flippie, managed the farm until 1997. During 1997 David took over the reins from Oom Flippie. Oom Pollie passed on during 1988 and Oom Flippie in 2010.

Cellier d'Eole
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The Cellier dEole is a cooperative.

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THE STORY OF CERETTO IS THE STORY OF OUR FAMILY AND THE LOVE FOR OUR REGION, THE LANGHE. This love guides us in all our choices: in the vineyards we cultivate, in the cellars where our wines age, in the countryside where we live, in the hills where we walk with our children on sunny winter days. We have been producing wine since the ‘30s. Over the last twenty years we have embarked on a journey to adopt more environmentally sustainable farming methods, and obtained organic certification in 2015. Together with chef Enrico Crippa, we are the founding members of the Piazza Duomo restaurant, the only one in Piedmont with three Michelin stars. We are patrons of the arts, nougat producers, storytellers, wine merchants. We are driven by an eclectic sense of curiosity that knows no bounds, but there is always method in our madness: everything is in the name of the Langhe.

Champagne Jean Michel
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Since 1847, the passion for winemaking has been passed down through generations in the MICHEL family. In the heart of the Champagne vineyards, a few kilometres from Epernay, in the commune of Moussy, the company's 12 hectares of vineyards are planted with Pinot Meunier, Chardonnay and Pinot Noir. These three grape varieties make for distinct vintages with a wide variety of unique flavours. Every year, 60,000 bottles of Champagne Jean MICHEL are produced. In our "Maison de Champagne", every stage of the winegrowing process is closely controlled. Protecting the environment is one of our main concerns: sustainable cultivation, no insecticides, mechanical greening, control of fertilisers and soil improvers by analysing the soil of each plot. The entire vineyard is treated exclusively with organic products.

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The name CHAPOUTIER is present in the Rhône Valley since 1808. In 1879, the distant ancestor Polydor CHAPOUTIER was the first to begin to buy vines, thus moving from the status of wine-grower of an estate to that of a viticulturist, a wine producer and a businessman. The pioneering spirit was already present in the family. Seven generations later we find Michel, forty something, with a real passion for the expression of soils, at the head of this exceptional vineyard firmly anchored in history and traditions. This young, determined man, opting for breakaway solutions, has succeeded in combining the past with daring and creativity. From this union stems the wealth and generosity of the maison M.CHAPOUTIER.

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Charles Smith
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Growing up just outside of Sacramento, California, in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada Mountains, Charles Smith began craving worldly travel at a young age due to his Welsh mother and French father. As soon as he had the chance, Charles decided to move to Denmark (for a “hot piece of a**” i.e. a lady friend he met in the states). While in Scandinavia, Charles spent the next nine years managing rock bands and concert tours throughout Europe, including the famed Danish duo, The Ravonettes. Wining and dining while on the road became a catalyst for his passion of wine, which ultimately triggered the career he has today. In 1999, he moved back to the United States, specifically to the Pacific Northwest, opening a wine shop on Bainbridge Island, just across the Puget Sound from downtown Seattle. On a road trip in late 1999, he passed through the small town of Walla Walla and met a young Frenchman and winemaker. The two men discovered their common passion for great Syrah and Charles was eventually convinced to move to Walla Walla and make his own juice. In 2001, Charles released 330 cases of his first wine, the 1999 K Syrah. The Walla Walla Valley was now his home. After a devastating freeze in 2004, Charles brought to life a label he had once in a dream: House Wine. Low and behold, the label concept had never been created or trademarked, so Charles launched the legendary brand before selling it to Precept Brands in 2006. That same year, Charles started a second brand, Charles Smith Wines. The brand was themed as “The Modernist Project,” which focuses on the way people generally consume wine today: immediately. The intent was (and still is) to create wines to be enjoyed now, but with true typicity of both the varietal and the vineyard. A self-taught winemaker, Charles is a true artisan and a pioneer in the wine world. In 2008, K Vintners was recognized by Wine & Spirits magazine as one of the “Best New Wineries of the Last Ten Years,” and as “Winery of the Year” in their annual buying guide. In 2009 Food & Wine magazine awarded Charles “Winemaker of the Year” and in 2010 Seattle Magazine recognized Charles as their “Winemaker of the Year.”

Chateau Beaumont
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Located on the left bank of the Gironde, between the communes of Margaux and Saint-Julien, Château Beaumont draws its finesse and its delicacy from the deep gravels of the best soils of the Haut-Médoc. Château Beaumont has opted for integrated viticulture, following the technical specifications of Terra Vitis, aiming to produce quality grapes with the greatest respect for the environment.

Chateau Belgrave
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Since 1979, Dourthe has been extremely privileged to manage operations at Chateau Belgrave, a large, classic estate and one of Medoc’s finest. Our team’s unstinting commitment is channelled into expressing the refinement, intensity and personality of this outstanding terroir. This Grand Cru Classe 1855 is a true quest for perfection.

Chateau Bellevue Laffont
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Chateau Bellevue Laffont was bought by the SCE Chateau Fourcas Dupre in 1973. Since that time it is the sister estate of this well-known chateau, member of the Union des Grands Crus de Bordeaux. Both vineyards are bordering each other on the crest of «Fourcas».

Chateau Chasse Spleen
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Mrs Castaing, heiress to this beautiful, gravelly part of Poujeaux, was a good acquaintance of Baudelaire. She met him through her neighbour, the painter Odilon Redon, who lived at Chateau Peyre- Lebade. The term ‘Spleen’ was created by Baudelaire in 1857, just two years after the classification in Cru Classes. Chasse Spleen, which was only created after Baudelaire's inheritance and classification, is therefore not part of the 1855 Grand Cru Classés classification. Chasse Spleen was rightly classified as a ‘Cru Bourgeois exceptionnel’ in 1932. Celine Villars, the granddaughter of Jacques Merlaut, is now in charge of this estate and it was her mother, Bernadette Villars, who brought Chateau Chasse-Spleen (Moulis) back to a particularly high level. In the 1980s, Bernadette introduced new stainless steel barrels, new drainage methods in the vineyard and steam cleaning of the wooden barrels. She suddenly disappeared from Claire's life when she died in an accident in 1992, but not without having passed on her passion for winemaking with respect for the grape. Claire herself is now the driving force behind Chateau La Gurgue (Margaux), Chateau La Ferriere (Margaux) and Chateau Haut-Bages Liberal (Pauillac).

Chateau Cote de Baleau

The Cuvelier family, owner of Clos Fourtet (Premier Grand Cru Classé of Saint-Emilion) and Château Poujeaux (AOC Moulis en Médoc), has acquired two Grands Crus Classés located in the heart of Saint-Emilion: Les Grandes Murailles (2 ha adjoining Clos Fourtet) and Côte de Baleau (18 ha including 15 ha classified). She also took a stake in Le Clos Saint-Martin (1.3 ha) of which Sophie Fourcade (former director and co-owner of the 3 estates) remains the majority shareholder.

Chateau d'Esclans
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Chateau d’Esclans is located on an exceptional site, on elevated land near the Gorges de Pennafort, twenty kilometers northwest of the ancient Roman city of Frejus on the Mediterranean coast. The first traces of the chateau’s site date back to Gaullist times during which its location served as a lookout point to spot intruders coming by boat into the Gulf of Frejus. The chateau’s cellar structure or foundation (known today as the oldest in the region) housed an original Chateau that was given by the Comte de Provence to Gérard De Villeneuve, in 1201. The De Villeneuves, an illustrious family from Marseille, would own Chateau d’Esclans and the land around it for centuries to come. The surrounding land around Chateau d’Esclans is known as La Vallee des Esclans (the valley of the clans). At one point the entire area was part of the chateau’s property and over time was gradually parceled out. The current chateau is inspired by a Tuscan Villa and was built during the 19th century. Its first known proprietors after the deVilleneuves were two brothers, Sauver Louis Ranque and Francois Alexandre Ranque. In January of 1875, the Ranque brothers sold Chateau d’Esclans, then known as Terre d’Esclans, to the inventor of the French Wooden Match, Joseph Toussaint Caussemille whose family owned Chateau d’Esclans until 1955. During World War II the Chateau was occupied by the Germans. Coincidentally, La Motte was the first village in Provence to be liberated by the allied forces. In 1955 Chateau d’Esclans was purchased by The Perraud family who owned it until 1994. During that year, it was sold to a Swedish pension fund which produced nominal quantities of wine and sold the bulk of the grapes it produced to neighboring domains. In 2006 Sacha Lichine acquired Chateau d’Esclans beginning a new and exciting history for this remarkable chateau and the 267 hectares surrounding it.

Chateau de Haute-Serre
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An extraordinary vineyard for an exceptional region Malbec is the original grape variety in Cahors, and its marvellous characteristics are used in 70% blends with other varieties. The vineyards are situated along the Lot River on its meanders and slopes, which serve as a thermal regulator, on pebbly and gravelly soil. Located between the Mediterranean and the Atlantic Ocean, rainfall and humidity levels are optimal for the quality of the vines.

Chateau de la Grave
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The Chateau was built in 1740, but since 1900 owned by the Bassereau family. Since 1990 the company is managed by Philippe Basserau and his wife Valerie. They are the 4th generation of the family who takes care of the viticulture here. The Chateau is near legendary area of Margaux, only on the other side of the Gironde. The vineyards enjoy an optimal location in the sun at one of the highest points of the area and partly because of this the wines belong to the best of the appellation. Indeed, these wines show great similarities with the wines of Pomerol and St. Emilion only much more attractively priced and often even of better quality.

Chateau de La Presle
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Chateau de la Presle is a super little estate in the Touraine that's making classic Sauvignon Blanc together with a fistful of other varietal wines. Run by the Meurgey-Penet family, the vineyards of Chateau de la Presle are tended in as natural a manner as possible which allows them to produce wines of fantastic purity that demonstrate each variety's true charcteristics to perfection. Frederick Meurgey is Burgundian by birth and he has brought his passion for classic white wine to Chateau de la Presle, a passion born in him, for his father was Henri Meurgey, one of Beaune's best known and most respected wine men. However, these are simple wines, not like the great growths of the Cote d'Or, but nevertheless they are quite sublime and the purity that is demonstrated by the Sauvignon Blanc would allow it grace any table on any occasion.

Chateau de Lancyre
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One of the leading Wineries from Pic Saint Loup is the Château de Lancyre, 20 km north of Montpellier. It was 1970 from the families Durand and Valentin taken on that organic viticulture surrounded.

Chateau de Millet
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Francis and his daughter Laurence Deche run Chateau de Millet deep in Armagnac country. Their Cotes de Gascogne white and red wines are light and fresh, very well made and perfect summers day wines. Recent additions include two Gold Medal winning wines, a Merlot and Sauvignon Blanc Chardonnay blend. The 5 year old and vintage Armagnacs are all excellent. If you are passing by, Francis will show you his Armagnac cellar and conduct a personal tasting from barrels of older vintages. There is also a wine shop and Pigeonnier gite at the Chateau.

Chateau de Pez
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Château de Pez, west of the commune of Saint-Estèphe, rivals Calon Ségur as the most ancient of all the Bordeaux vineyards. Its 39 adjoining hectares enjoy ideal exposures on the hilltops around the Château itself. Thanks to continuous investment, Château de Pez has been carefully renovated since it was acquired by the House of Louis Roederer in 1995. Today this great Cru Bourgeois is restored to its former glory and retakes its rightful place in the limelight as one of the shining stars of Saint-Estèphe.

Chateau des Eyssards
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A beautiful 38 hectare estate to the south-west of the town of Bergerac on the edge of the Dordogne. It is owned by Pascal Cuisset who is one of the most innovative young winemakers in the region. Pascal is passionate about his wines and believes that while technology can be extremely useful in winemaking it is the physical labour and intuitive skills of a winemaker which really count. Currently, Pascal has 17 hectares of red wine grapes including the Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet Franc varietals as well as 21 hectares of white Sauvignon Blanc, Semillon, Muscadelle and Chenin Blanc grapes.

Chateau du Glana
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Chateau du Glana is located on the Route des Grands Vins, parallel to the Gironde estuary, between Beychevelle and Saint-Julien. Chateau du Glana is built in 1870 by Mr. Nadeau. Today, a small vineyard (5 hectares) is consolidated due to the purchase of several plots of land from the neighboring Chateau Saint-Pierre. After several other managers, Gabriel Meffre bought the Chateau in 1961. He increased the vineyard to 43 hectares in the years to come. His son Jean-Paul now has the management over the estate. He is motivated by a great ambition: to achieve the full potential of the estate. Chateau du Glana produces modern, elegant wines that accurately reflect the terroir.

Chateau du Retout
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The Phylloxera crisis at the end of the 19th century destroyed most of the French vineyards. Shortly after, the First World War, as well as the splitting up of properties due to inheritance laws, often led to the abandonment of winegrowing in general and even to the disappearance of some of the smaller wine estates. This was the case with Château Retou-Rosset in Lamarque and Château Salva de Camino in Cussac Fort Médoc, both of which were classified “crus bourgeois”, as well as another estate, the “petit cru” Château Moulina. It was only in the 1950s, after their acquisition by the Kopp family, that these estates were brought back to life. After a great deal of time and effort, the vineyards were gradually rebuilt. Today, this estate is still run by the Kopp family; daughter and son-in-law. Today Château du Retout has 34 hectares of AOC Haut Medoc vineyards and 1.5 hectares of white grape varieties.

Chateau Du Tertre
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The Chateau du Tertre is a thousand-year-old estate whose vineyard, stretching over 52 hectares, remains unchanged since 1855. During the 19th Century, the Chateau de Tertre wines rose to worldwide fame, especially thanks to the 1855 classification which established the Chateau as a Margaux Grand Cru Classe. 1n 1997, a Dutch businessman, Eric Albada Jelgersma bought the estate and invested in the large-scale overall restructuring, thus returning its former noble personality to the Chateau du Tertre. Since March 2021 the Helfrich family has taken over the property and will be writing a new page in the long history of château du Tertre. A change in the continuous search of excellence, a tradition in motion..

Chateau Dutruch Grand Poujeaux
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The Chateau Dutruch Grand Poujeaux takes its name from the proprietor who established the vineyard in about 1850. It was from his descendants that François Cordonnier, my uncle, bought the property in 1967. With the help of the experience and knowledge acquired in the numerous French vineyards which he had managed, one of them the famous Chateau de Chenonceau in the Loire, he imposed a personal style on the management of the vineyard and the vinification of its wines, looking for power and elegance.

Chateau Haut Beyzac
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Vignobles Raguenot, a family of independent winegrowers who work and live for one and only passion: the meticulous creation of wines. In the appellation Haut Médoc, Château Haut Beyzac is located in Vertheuil, on 26 hectares. Enjoying an exceptional geology with a clay-limestone soil, the vineyard is composed of Cabernet Sauvignon, the preferred varietal in Medoc, as well as Merlot and Petit Verdot. Three distinct cuvees are imagined and elaborated according to different methods of vinification, maturation and blend of grape varieties. Today, Château Haut Beyzac offers three wines with all their subtlety, freshness and complexity.

Chateau La Baronne
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The history of the the Lignères family is one of octors with wine in their veins! André, a general practitionner and Suzette, a pharmacist, have been followed by their children Jean, the village Doctor in Moux like his father, his wife Anne, Paul, a dentist and Geneviève a pharmacist- biologist. The family's ties to the wine world can be traced back to the sixteenth century, but it was in 1957 that André and Suzette Lignères bought la Baronne estate. Since then they have gradually expanded the domaine, acquiring the most attractive terroirs of the Alaric mountain, particularly Las Vals, which was acquired in the eighties. Throughout this period the assistance of Marc Dubernet was invaluable in helping develop the family's wines. In 2002, Richard Marlowe, a fan of the Domaine's wines, organized a meeting with the renowned Tuscan wine consultant Stefano Chioccioli. Since then we have developed a very close relationship with Stefano with a shared aim to showcase the complexity of the terroirs of the Alaric Mountain. Stefano is one of Italy's leading winemakers. He is certainly the most gifted person we've found in the wine world. He works with the Lignères with a great respect for the identity of the Domaine.

Chateau la Coustarelle
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n the heart of Cahors, on the right bank of the river, we find Château la Coustarelle, with 30 hectares of vineyards situated on south-facing hills. Prestigious wines are made here. The Château is owned by Michael, Nadine and Caroline Cassot.

Chateau La Nerthe
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Chateau La Nerthe is one of those domains whose values of excellence, longevity and elegance have earned it the position of first among equals among the historic property of Châteauneuf du Pape. It has received the most conscientious care by its successive owners: men of convictions, aristocrats, agronomists and more. All of them have strived for La Nerthe to acquire and uphold a reputation for excellence.

Chateau La Pensee
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Thanks to the production of high quality wines, this winery has a good reputation. The high quality is maintained by using grapes from the oldest vines. Also the "vendages vertes" method is used. This means during growth unripe grapes and leaves are removed, to make the grapes ripen as good as possible. Harvest is done manually. This blend is mainly made of Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet Franc are supplemented. The vineyards are situated in Lalande, but the quality can absolutely be compared to Pomerol wines.

Chateau La Tour Carnet
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According to the classification of 1855, this Château belongs to the Grand Crus of the Bordeaux area. In 2000 Château La Tour, which originates from the 13th century, was taken over by Bernard Magrez. Since then the Château belongs to Les Vignoble Bernard Magrez. Michel Rolland, the world famous enologist, helps with the vinification of the wines. This has enhanced the quality of the wines enormously.

Chateau La Verriere
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After the total destruction of the vineyard in the 19th century by phylloxera, it took thirty years to find a vineyard capable of producing high quality wines. Since the 1960s, André BESSETTE has restructured all the vineyards (grape varieties and rootstocks more qualitative as well as the drainage of all the plantations). In the 80s, the vineyard extends on 20 Hectares, a cellar allowing to receive stainless steel tanks is built. In 1999, Alain's son, Alain, after having worked in a beautiful property in Bordeaux for more than 10 years, joined his father in order to sustain the quality of his work and bring him his experience. It gives a new impetus to CHATEAU LA VERRIERE. For 10 years the Château is growing with new and very qualitative plots and is modernizing. A new underground barrel cellar, a bottling and packaging cellar are built for the vinification and aging of the property's wine. Today, the estate covers 75 hectares and holds all the necessary modern equipment (temperature control, pneumatic press, micro-oxygenation) to produce a high quality wine. For the BESSETTTE family, the cultivation of vines is done by combining quality production with respect for the environment and the terroir.

Chateau Labegorce Margaux
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Chateau Labegorce Margaux - Famille Perrodo Located on the famous Route des Châteaux, this elegant neoclassical château covers an area of two hundred and fifty hectares, almost seventy of which are planted with vines. Adjacent to the Châteaux Margaux and Lascombes, this property is mentioned in Édouard Féret's 1868 edition, which reports the existence of "the lands of the House Noble de La Bégorce" since 1332. The château is presented as "... one of the most beautiful and best situated in the commune of Margaux". Since its purchase in 1989, the Perrodo family has succeeded in restoring to this estate all its architectural brilliance and a viticultural dynamism that gives Labégorce a charming wine with a very beautiful structure, with bright fruit and great finesse. In 2006, the Perrodo family also acquired Château Marquis d'Alesme, the third Grand Cru Classé of Margaux, with the aim of raising this wine to the level of one of the jewels of the appellation.

Chateau Laroque
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Chateau Laroque, with its mighty 12th century tower, is an impressive feature in the Saint- Emilio area. The restoration of the cellars carried out in the 19th century was the work of Maurice Dufaure de Rochefort, a keen enthusiast of Saint-Emilion wines. Once the new cellars had been completed, he refocused the economic activity of Château Laroque solely on vine- growing. The wines of Bordeaux were soon to establish their international renown, and among them figured the superb wine produced at this huge Laroque estate which. Over the decades that followed, with the appointment of estate manager Bruno Sainson, Château Laroque rediscovered its boldness and identity and emerged as one of the finest growths in Saint-Emilion, rising to the rank of Grand Cru Classé in 1996. This fresh momentum was maintained by Xavier Beaumartin, at the helm of the property from 2004 and succeeded in 2018 by his nephew Stanislas Droin. The Beaumartin family brought in David Suire in 2015 to take over the management of the wine estate from Bruno Sainson. A new chapter has thus begun in the history of this majestic property.

Chateau le Bourdieu
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Built circa 1830 by Philippe Delacourt, Lord of Bourdieu, in the architectural style of the 19th century manor house, Château Le Bourdieu was recorded in the 2nd edition of Féret in 1878 and in the 1st “Cru Bourgeois” classification (1932).

Chateau Martinet
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A beautiful eighteenth-century mansion Chateau Martinet was used as a hunting lodge before it became a vineyard with one of the most respected Saint Emilion wines. Rooted in a beautiful sand- gravel soil, the wines benefit from the constant care and attention from the owners. Regularly praised at international wine fairs and competitions, the Chateau Martinet wines are blessed with a complex array of subtle flavours, accentuated with tones of delicious red currants.

Chateau Maucoil
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The history of Château Maucoil began several centuries ago. Ancient documents state that its first occupants were Romans and that they set up a base there for Caesar’s legions. Later, Joseph de La Pise, Lord of Maucoil and archivist of the House of Orange-Nassau, the Dutch royal family, inherited the estate and the castle which was built in 1624. From then on, winegrowing became an intrinsic part of the history of Château Maucoil. A series of illustrious families successively took over the reins of the estate and helped to establish its reputation. Already owners of another Château, the Arnaud family, several generations of whom were born and raised in Châteauneuf-du-Pape, decided to purchase the estate in 1995. Bénédicte, the youngest daughter of the Arnaud family, took charge of the Château with her husband Charles Bonnet in 2009. The 25 hectares of vines in the Châteauneuf-du-Pape appellation are tended in organic agriculture since 2011.

Chateau Minuty
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History of Chateau minuty For nearly 300 years the family Matton in winemaking is rooted - first on the Domaine Chateauneuf in Vidauban, along the former route of Napoléon, then at Chateau minuty Gabriel Farnet, the grandfather of the current owners, acquired in 1936. Mid-19th century, under the reign of Napoleon III, was Chateau minuty the jewel of the family Germondi. The Germondis had around 2000 hectares of arable land on the peninsula between Calvaire and the Gulf of Saint Tropez and had both the Chateau minuty Chapel, which later gave its name to the cuvée del'Oratoire. Gabriel Farnet put vineyards, built an own winery and restored Chateau minuty of to brilliant splendor. Today, not a few of the villas and hotel palaces along the French Riviera boast owning one of only 23 classified growths of the Côtes de Provence Riviera, some of the early broad-based stemmed Burgundy bottles of Chateau minuty. Winemaking at Chateau minuty Farnets daughter Monique and her husband Etienne Matton, who even many years was Chairman of the classified growths of the region,Chateau minuty took over the estate, they began the replanting of traditional Provençal grape varieties in the vineyards. You paid attention on a consistent yield reduction and strictly quality-oriented vinification and thus secured the reputation of Château minuty wines. Today the future Winery Chateau minuty surely lies in the hands of the brothers Jean-Etienne and François Matton, of a business, the other winemaker. You replaced the Carignan-and Ugni blanc grapes largely with Grenache and role, equipped Chateau minuty total with modern, high-performance device the winery and awarded a youthful and at the same time sophisticated image of the brand with its clear focus on lean, fresh, elegant rosés.

Chateau Mont-Redon
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Chateau Paul Mas
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Nowadays, Domaines Paul Mas owns more than 600 hectares of vineyards and works in partnership with grape growers across an additional 1312 hectares of vines. This means they have access to 40 different grape varieties, both local and international, as well as an incredible range of different terroirs in the Languedoc.

Chateau Phelan Segur
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At the centre of a park whose meadows stretch languorously down to the small port of Saint- Estèphe, the Palladian-style Château dominates the summit of a hillock that faces the estuary. The model of committed owners, the Phélan family didn’t hesitate to break with the architectural practices of the time, to build a château centred on wine. Rather than designing it as a prestigious mansion, isolated from the production activity, they preferred to incorporate the vat room and cellar at the heart of the château, in an undeniably superb ensemble. They were among the first to design their vat room in the “Médoc style”. At the beginning of the 20th century, Château Ségur de Garramey took on its modern name of Château Phélan Ségur. A name synonymous with classic and noble values ​​that subtly combines a sense of innovation and heritage.

Chateau Pouget
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Château Pouget got its name from François-Antoine Pouget who took over the estate in 1748. The Maréchal-Duc de Richelieu, a great wine-lover, awarded the château the coat of arms that still features on its label to this day. But it was in 1855 that Château Pouget really found its place in the history of the great Bordeaux wines, when it was admitted as a 4th Grand Cru Classé. The Duke de Richelieu is at the origin of the coat of arms and motto of Château Pouget. «L’amour sur ton cœur étendra sa puissance. Ton verbe sera clair comme le chant du Coq. A l’égal du Lion tu ne craindras le choc. Si de cestuy nectar tu te remplis la panse.» Since 1906, the estate has been in the hands of the Guillemet family. Technical director Lucien Guillemet puts his great experience into creating a wine expressing all the beauty of these gravel soils envied the world over. He manages Château Pouget with conviction, but also subtlety. Château Pouget is the epitome of Margaux wine, a rarely-found combination of depth and finesse, delicious red and black fruit, grace and style of perfectly ripe Cabernet Sauvignon. It is a classic Margaux, effortlessly combining finesse and substance. At Château Pouget particular attention is paid to the harvesting date, with the aim of picking grapes that have reached optimum ripeness. The grapes are sorted both in the vineyard and at the winery, and express all the finesse of this great terroir.

Chateau Prieure-Lichine
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Chateau Rauzan Despagne
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The Despagne family own 5 different Bordeaux properties totalling 300 hectares, and sell nearly 2 000 000 bottles per year, 90% of these in the demanding export markets. They are without doubt the only vignerons in the Entre- deux-Mers to successfully launch a garage wine that resells for 80 euros a bottle, and probably the only ones to generate wildly positive press reviews by both Robert Parker and Jancis Robinson ! Superb work in both the vineyards and winery mean wines of outstanding quality across the range. The wines of Chateau Rauzan Despagne they offer all this quality at eminently reasonable prices, and thus represent particularly good value for money.

Chateau Roumieu
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In medieval times, Roumieu was the name used by the Moors to designate Christians and the place name Roumieu meant a thoroughfare for the pilgrims on their way to St. Jacques de Compostelle. This is where the "coquille St Jacques", or scallop shell on label commes from. Today only a few farm buildings and a well dating back to the eighteenth century remain. The "chai" or wine storehouse was built in 1896 by the Bordeaux architect Fargeaudoux and its technical and aesthetic qualities are worthy of interest - indeed it is a rare example of a wine building in the midst of the Sauternes vineyards.

Chateau Saintayme

The chateau belongs to the Durantou family, and it was father Denis Durantou who elevated the quality of each of his chateaus to the top until he passed away in May 2020 due to an aggressive illness. Currently, it is the daughters Noemi and Constance who continue their father's life's work and style with brilliance.

Chateau Smith Haut Lafitte
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In the 14th century, Verrier Du Bosq signed the first recorded deeds for a few vine rows. George Smith, a Scottish wine merchant, acquired the property in the mid- 18th century and named it after himself. In 1990, Daniel and Florence Cathiard fell in love with Château Smith Haut Lafitte, which they acquired with the firm intention of perpetuating its tradition of excellence. “Our philosophy can be summed up in one sentence: to do everything possible to make each vintage of red and white wine worthy of our magnificent terroir.” After three years spent renovating the estate, the Cathiards came to live there, in the 18th century chartreuse dating from George Smith’s time, in order to devote themselves to overseeing winegrowing, with the help of a talented and motivated team.

Chateau Sociando Mallet
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The Chateau Sociando-Mallet has throned on the Butte de Baleyron, one of the finest gravelly terroirs in the Medoc, since the 17th century. Situated in the commune of Saint- Seurin-de-Cadourne, north of Pauillac, the vineyard overlooks the Gironde estuary on a bend in the river. Sociando-Mallet's terroir consists of Günz gravel over a deep layer of clay-limestone soil. This terroir perfectly regulates water supply and enables Cabernet Sauvignon to ripen extremely well and Merlot to acquire depth and complexity. This terroir is Sociando's soul. It provides the wine with complex structure, freshness, and elegance.

Chateau Ste Michelle
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Chateau Ste. Michelle has done a real pioneering work in and for Washington State. Founded in 1934, and oldest winery in the region successfully combines traditional winemaking with innovative New World techniques. Chateau Ste. Michelle also one of the few wineries that strictly separate procedures for the vinification of white and red wines is added. While the reds in the River Ridge Winery, prepares the south of the Columbia Valley are vinified to the white wines in Woodinville, 15 miles northeast of Seattle. With a size of about 35 hectares (87 acres) of this winery is home to over 250,000 visitors annually who come on tours, wine tastings, dinners and open air concerts. As a "flagship Winery" Woodinville is also the headquarters of the company.

Chateau Villars
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It will soon be two centuries now that seven generations of wine growers have been tending the vines at Château Villars. Tradition is obviously a basic essential when it comes to managing this family estate. But for more than twenty years now, the quality of the wines of Château Villars has developed through the application of modern oenological principles, to become today one of the references of its appellation. The vines grow on hills overlooking the valley of the River Isle, in soils of clay and limestone that are known for their capacity to produce wines with great aromatic variety and remarkable elegance on the palate. The different grape varieties in the different parts of the vineyard are harvested only when their ripeness has been closely studied. It is not unusual for harvesting to spread over several weeks, so that the grapes may be picked at optimum richness. Since 1978, the wines of Château Villars are aged in oak barrels, one third of which are renewed every year. Very strict technical control is observed in the greatest detail from the vineyard until bottling, so that Château Villars wines remain faithful representatives of the family of Great Bordeaux Wines.

Cielo e Terra
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Since Luca and Pierpaolo Cielo have taken over the reigns the company has been strengthened by the union of the Cielo family tradition and the experience of over 2000 wine producers of the Colli Berici, not to mention that fact that the quality of the product has reached even higher levels. At this point in time Cielo e Terra has achieved its mission and the company has taken its place as leader of the large-scale retail trade in Italy, with an ever-increasing presence on foreign markets.

Cleto Chiarli
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For a good wine, you need more than just quality grapes. To produce that "special bottle" takes people passion, love for their land, a family identity and constant commitment to long for perfection. Quite simply, Chiarli aims to guarantee consumers that they are drinking the best wine that the largest, oldest, and most famous family winery in Emilia Romagna can create. The Chiarli family, always true to these principles, is ready for today’s task: to renew the image and increase the value of Lambrusco and the wines in our area. This can only be achieved thanks to unique vineyards, a winery built for excellence and a great passion, with the result of obtaining high-profile and elegant wines.

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Vineyards were first planted at Cloof in 1966, with additional plantings in 1976 and 1987. In that time Darling, adjacent to the Swartland, was better known as a wheat farming region. A cellar was completed in time for the 1998 harvest, which allowed the first release of Cloof wines during the course of 1999. Vineyard area was significantly increased, with plantings every year from 1998 to 2000, bringing the total to 145 hectares. The 220 hectares of vineyards at neighbouring Burghers Post are under the same ownership, giving us unparalleled access to (and control over) top quality fruit. In 2003 Darling was declared a wine region in its own right in recognition of the unique style and quality of wines grown here. There are easier ways of making wine, but we believe that – under local conditions – bush vines are not only necessary, but also integral to the unique style and quality of Cloof wines. The prevailing south-easterly wind protects the fruit from rot, and at night cloaks the vineyards in chilly, flavour- preserving air blown in from the Atlantic Ocean. The bush vines provide a canopy which shades the grapes from direct sunlight. The smaller crop results in smaller berries with thicker skins, and much more concentrated flavours.

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In the hills of Frisia (CH) was born in Abruzzo Collefrisio, encounter Amedeo De Luca and Antonio Patricelli, third generation winemakers. Collefrisio is inserted in a geographical context has always been prone to culture vineyards and wine production and is able to combine a high quality standard with a large number of bottles of the various varieties such as placing company of small to medium size but with a high flexibility for applications markets seeking quality wines. It 'structured to work inside the wine in all its production process, it offers the laboratory processing of the first grapes, the wine cellar with barrels and high capacity silos, logistics organized for shipment all over the world, a magnificent hall for tastings and hospitality during the grape harvest and events.

Colome Estate
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Bodega Colome was founded in 1831, probably by the Spanish Governor of Salta, Nicolas Severo de Isasmendi y Echalar. In 1854, his daughter Ascensión, who married to Jose Benjamín Dávalos, brought the first French pre-phylloxera Malbec and Cabernet Sauvignon vines to Colome. Grapes from three vineyards, planted in that year, are still used in the production of Colome Reserva wines. Donald Hess acquired it in 2001. Today, Colomé Winery is a model winery producing quality premium wines in Argentina. Every year, it produces over half a million litres of wine and exports its wines to over 40 countries around the world.

Columbia Crest
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Columbia Crest is one of the first premium wineries in Washington State. Since its official opening in 1984, chasing an award to the next. Because in addition to delicious wines for every day, "Columbia Crest produces just particularly exquisite premium quality. Since 1993, supports, Opus One" Butler Ray Einberger the team and is now responsible for the entire Columbia Crest Winemaker wine production.

Constantia Uitsig
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The historic Constantia Uitsig winery is located in the oldest wine region in South Africa, in Constantia. Uitsig means “the view” in Afrikaans and the name says it all: The winery is located in the heart of the Constantia Valley on the slopes of Table Mountain. After her studies in Geisenheim, the young oenologist Danna de Jongh is responsible for 19 hectares of vines and the vinification of the fine wines from Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc and Semillon. The wine style is influenced by the direct influence of the Atlantic Ocean and the soil of decomposed granite and sandstone. The resulting wines are fresh, minerally with a pleasant fullness and balance.

Conte di Campiano
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A long time ago, a Count from very distant lands transited on his beautiful steed, in the lands of the Val Tramigna and went up until to the plateau of Mount Crocetta. The Count sat down on a stone to rest ‘and by chance could see that from there the landscape waswonderful. Daylight was stroking the hills, at the profile of a castle, the steep roofs of small houses and dark, the white paths and cultivated land, and were scattering in the gentle wind to reach the immobility of the sky. The landscape, the slight smell of must reached his nostrils, the serenity felt at that time, advised him to find dwelling in that lands So it was that from that day for the people of the place He became the COUNT OF CAMPIANO ….

Contri Spumanti
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The history of the company Contri Spumanti is strictly connected to its founder: Luciano Contri, class of 1938, born in Cazzano di Tramigna. At the age of fifteen, while Luciano was preparing to begin his studies on oenology, the family experienced great difficulties due to a serious illness that affected his father Luigi and forced him to stay away from home for two entire years. It was the over 90 grandfather, founder of the family business, Domenico (nicknamed in the village PACENA, today one of the brands of the firm) to support Luciano during that period. His experience and wisdom, together with the goodwill and spirit of sacrifice of the grandson, succeeded in compensating the absence of Luigi. Tempered by the daily sacrifice and strong for of the teachings received, reached the age of majority in 1959, he established the personal business Luciano Contri, converted in 1980 into the firm Contri Spumanti S.p.A., starting the production of sparkling and semi-sparkling wines. Today the reins of the company have been taken over by the son Paolo Contri, who continues the policy of the father in keeping the business on the cutting-edge as a leading player in the sector.

Corbet Wein- & Sektgut
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Lukas Corbet takes over in 1989 after studying viticulture in Geisenheim founded in 1882 the parental company. He focuses on the production of high-quality, dry wines from classic white and red wines. At the same time he is dedicated to the production of high-quality cults after the traditional bottle fermentation process.

Craggy Range
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Craggy Range is a family owned winery established in 1997 named by U.S publication Wine Enthusiast magazine as New World Winery of the Year for 2014. It is situated in the shadow of the spectacular Te Mata Peak in the premium wine growing area of Hawke’s Bay, New Zealand. Based on the single vineyard philosophy of winemaking, Craggy Range was the first in the Southern Hemisphere to make single vineyard wines from multiple New Zealand regions with grape varieties matched to place. The winery produces a portfolio of quality wines including the iconic Prestige and Family collections, as well as Limited Editions all reflecting the place and the people.

Creation Wines
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The story of Creation Wines is as old as the hills - dating back to when Mother Nature created South Africa's beautiful Hemel- en-Aarde and bestowed upon it exceptional winegrowing conditions. At the same time, our story is as young as the vibrant team who since 2002 has been investing their talents to create a wine range of great distinction.

Darling Cellars
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1996 heralded a new era for the region of Darling with the establishment of the private cellar: Darling Cellars (Pty) Limited. With its unique terroir and the demarcation of the area as Wine of Origin Darling in 2003, the focus is on producing wines that are region and varietal true. Some 20 shareholders produce grapes from a total of ±1300ha, averaging 6 to 8 tons per hectare. The cool and temperate West Coast climate lends itself to a variety of different micro- and meso-climates which, along with the different soil types, lead to unique grapes which we guide into even more unique wines.

David & Nadja
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It wasn't until 2010 that David and Nadia started their sensational project in Swartland - and they quickly landed at the top! David & Nadia is a family run winery, they focus on a spectrum of organic, ancient and dry land bush hog vines from different areas with different soil types across Swartland, which are farmed by like-minded people. The winery is a member of the Swartland Independent Producers. In the vineyard you aim for organic cultivation and in the cellar you work as naturally as possible. After all, it's about the soil and the vineyards. David & Nadia believe in a pure, fresh and natural style in which the location and soil are treated with minimal influences from the winemaking perspective.

De Grendel
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Winemaking at De Grendel is a careful balance between science and art. The meticulous care of the vineyards allows the grapes to express the environment in which they are grown and their distinctive varietal character. Careful harvesting and gentle handling in the cellar, combined with the winemaker's passionate practice of their craft, carry the wines throughout the journey from fruit into wine. The state of the art winery is respectful of the age-old traditions of winemaking yet firmly and uncompromisingly modern in technological advancements, a perfect marriage of old and new.

De Meye Stellenbosch Southafrica
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De Meye Estate is a family-owned winery, situated in Muldersvlei on the Stellenbosch Wine Route, arguably South Africa’s most prestigious winemaking region. The Myburgh family has been farming in this area for five generations.

De Toren
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De Toren - the private wine cellar that belongs to Emil and Sonette Den Dulk - is an irresistible invitation to indulge in every one of the five sensory delights: sight, sound, touch, aroma and especially the taste of its flagship wine, Fusion V. De Toren lies on the sun- drenched Polkadraai Hills overlooking False Bay, with the magnificent Stellenbosch Mountains as backdrop. The estate huddles closely to the ocean - that explains why the five classic cultivars of Bordeaux - Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Cabernet Franc, Malbec and Petit Verdot - thrive in these vineyards. The first impression of De Toren is of limitless, unfettered light scattered by playful breezes, but closer inspection reveals the strict man-imposed order underlying nature's extravagance. Minute attention to the finest detail is evident, from the immaculate vineyards to the cellar's tower that not only gives De Toren its distinctive silhouette, but also ensures that its wine is made with gentle gravity and never has to experience the torture of harsh mechanical pumps. This attention to detail and the soft handling of the grapes form the inextricable core of De Toren's philosophy and success. The concept of a gravity fed winery, basket pressing and hand harvesting of the five Bordeaux grape varieties could only be a winning formula. The system of a 4000 litre pressure tank in a lift shaft as a pump, hand sorting conveyors and a basket press has since been implemented to perfection on our farm and produces excellent, complex and well balanced wines. The entire production cycle at De Toren Private Cellar has resulted in our wines becoming one of the first South African wines to qualify for IP (Integrated Production) certification. It is awarded by the Wine and Spirit Board and will serve as an environmentally friendly stamp of approval.

De Trafford
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De Trafford Winery is situated on the beautiful Mont Fleur farm set at the top of a dramatic valley above Stellenbosch, 380m up between the Stellenbosch and Helderberg mountains, right at the end of the Blaauwklip road, between Stellenbosch and Somerset West. The history of wine growing on this mountain farm started with the purchase of the property in 1976 by the Trafford family as inaccessible grazing land. Many of the high altitude slopes were deemed suitable for high quality red grape varieties. Unfortunately, due to the absurd quota restrictions, planting a commercial vineyard had to wait 18 years. In 1983 a small vineyard was established to produce experimental wines – consumed by family and friends! These were our learning curve years ( 1984 – 1991 ), which included lots of help and advice from local winemakers and working experience in France, particularly in the Bordeaux area.

De Wetshof
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The name De Wetshof has been synonymous with the production of fine wines in South Africa since the 1970’s. As the first registered wine estate in the Robertson Wine Valley, De Wetshof has become known internationally as South Africa’s eminent Chardonnay House due to the pioneering role it played in introducing this noble Burgundian grape to the country. The De Wet family’s winemaking heritage can, however, be traced back to 1694 when the first De Wets arrived at the Cape and immediately made a mark on the South African wine industry. Today, De Wetshof is one of the few third generation wine estates in South Africa. Here Danie de Wet, proprietor and cellarmaster, is assisted by sons Johann (viticulture and marketing) and Peter (winemaker). Danie is a pioneer of noble white wines in South Africa and has also introduced superior red cultivars to the Robertson Wine Valley. A graduate of the Geisenheim Institute in Germany, one of the world’s leading centres for the study of viticulture and cellar technology, De Wet’s wines express the uniqueness of the soils of De Wetshof and meticulous attention to detail, while state-of- the-art technology ensures that the work in the cellar complements the gifts of nature’s vineyards.

Delegat Winery
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Delegat captures the visionary spirit of New Zealand winemaking. Across two generations and six decades, Delegat has earned a reputation as one of New Zealand’s best known winemakers. Delegat offers wine lovers the unique experience of exceptional wines from two of New Zealand’s most exciting regions, the Awatere Valley in Marlborough and the Crownthorpe Terraces in Hawke’s Bay.

Delheim online at WeinBaule.de | The home of wine

Delheim's Wine Cellar is situated in the Simonsberg ward near Stellenbosch. It is family owned by the Spatz-Sperling Family and a producer of a large range of wines with passion, famous all around the world.

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DGB was formally established in 1990, although its true roots extend over 300 years when winemaking began at the Boschendal and Bellingham farms in the Cape Winelands. Around 1940, Douglas Green pioneered the wholesale sales model for wine in Paarl. Today, they are one of South Africa's largest independent wine and spirit producers and distributors. What sets them apart, is their continuous quest and capacity to get better as they grow. The combined experience, talent and energy of their people is clearly tangible in their world-class wine and spirit brands that are marketed and sold with authentic enthusiasm all over the world.

Di Camillo
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The origins of our family begin in the municipality of Castelfrentano. Notarial documents in our possession give us the message that the family worked as a winemaker in 1887.At the beginning of '900, the first marketing of wines produced by the first vineyards took place. After the war, a new winery was built in the municipality of Poggiofiorito in the center of the village. In the 60s, on a new plot of land bought by the family, a new structure is built, much larger and with new equipment for winemaking and bottling of their wines.The progressive modernization of the facilities allows the family to expand its commercial horizons by bringing its wines all over the world. Today, the company is run by the 5th and 6th generation, who bring further production innovations by perfecting their wine range.

Di Majo Norante
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Di Majo Norante presses his wine from own grapes, which bear witness to the ancient cellar beneath the Piazza in Campomarino and the old palace of the family since 1800. Devotion to the wine was only Luigi, then Alessio di Majo inherited and is active in conjunction with a passion for research and innovation practices. Di Majo Norante produces wines from own vineyards, a total 85 hectares of ancient feudal ownership of Marchesi Norante di Santa Cristina cover. In the course of extensive modernization measures, a granary from the year 600 has been heating plants to the page, which now acts as the barrel cellar. This measure shows the wine-making philosophy of Di Majo Norantes: based on the traditional values of the Rebbaus and wine- making while taking into account all specific properties of Mediterranean, independent varieties.

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Making wine runs in the family at Diemersdal. Six generations of winemakers with one passion have made fine wines at the Estate since the 1800’s. Today, Diemersdal is renowned for its award-winning range of red and white wines enjoyed locally and exported to the far corners of the globe.

Diemersdal wines are the perfect expression of the distinct terroir of the Durbanville Wine Valley, one of the oldest wine regions in the Cape. The diverse soils and slopes provide the optimum conditions for making premium- quality wines with prominent varietal character. The dry land vineyards develop concentrated flavours, uniformly ripened by the cooling sea-breezes from the Atlantic Ocean.

Diemersfontein Wine Estate
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Diemersfontein Wine and Country Estate is a third generation working wine farm that keeps tradition and authenticity close to its heart, and where you can taste, stay, marry, learn and live. Framed within spectacular views and mountain ranges, the estate is located in the Cape Winelands in the Wellington valley, with close proximity to all major wine routes and only 50 minutes drive from Cape Town. Once a year, they arrange a famous festival to welcome the new vintage with a flood of Pinotage lovers: Pinotage on Tap.

The owners, David and Sue Sonnenberg, have come to mean to the people of Diemersfontein in Wellington in the 10 years they've lived and worked on the estate. "Wat in Diemersfontein aangaan, is die grootste liefde (What happens at Diemersfontein is the greatest love)".

With their second label, Thokozani, they established an amazing Black-Empowerment- Project, winning Best Red Blend in the 2009 Terroir Awards.

Dieter Meier PURO
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Dieu Donne
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Dieu Donne means "God Given". Once you've experienced the spirituality, natural beauty and unparalleled views and vistas around Dieu Donne, you will understand why.

Dieu Donne – dating back to 1855 - is a delightful haven of peace and tranquility in the most beautiful valley in South Africa: the picturesque and world renowned wine producing enclave of Franschhoek.

Dieu Donne is situated high on the steep southwest facing slopes of the Franschhoek Mountains. Here the sun is tempered, ensuring slow ripening of our grapes. And thanks to cool summer conditions and Dieu Donne's unique soil strata of Hutton and Clovelly from weathered granite with a rocky top soil, found only in this corner of the Valley, the vines do not show excessive vigour, nor do they over-produce. This exceptional terroir gives Dieu Donne wines their special character.

The view from Dieu Donne is well-known among those who wish to identify the famous landmarks of Franschhoek, watch the sun setting over the Simonsberg Mountains, or just love enjoying a glass of wine during a picnic at this scenic spot.

Diffonty Cuvée du Vatican
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Domäne Wachau
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Craftsmanship, terroir, and precision are the key values of Domäne Wachau under the leadership of Roman Horvath MW and Heinz Frischengruber. In close partnership with our vignerons, respect for nature and the soil dominates the hard work in the steep vineyards. With over 150 hectares of organic vineyards, Domäne Wachau is Austria’s leading wine estate with organically cultivated vines. Organized into small parcels and worked mainly by hand, each vigneron cultivates less than two hectares on average — allowing them to focus on the needs of the individual plot. The wines from grand single vineyards (ried) such as Achleiten, Brandstatt, and Kellerberg reflect their unique origins and deliver a distinctive puristic style, with both depth and freshness. This is a next generation wine cooperative, as found nowhere else on Earth.

Domaine Anderson
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In Northern California, where redwood forests meet the Mendocino coast, lies Anderson Valley. The region’s ideal climate of warm days and fog-cooled nights led Jean-Claude Rouzaud, patriarch of the Louis Roederer family, to this remote area in 1981 to begin cultivation of premium pinot noir and chardonnay grapes. Today we continue the pursuit of quality at Domaine Anderson under the guidance of Winemaker Darrin Low. Our commitment to land stewardship and sustainable practices extends to each vineyard, ensuring the health of the land for generations to come.

Domaine Andre Vatan
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Domaine Bellevue
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Domaine Berthelemot
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Since its creation in 2006 by merging the estates of Jean Garaudet and Yves Darviot, Domaine Berthelemot has enchanted wine lovers with its fine wines in the USA, China, Australia, United Kingdom, Belgium and, of course, connoisseurs in France. The domain’s reputation has not only been built up on the many merit awards and commentaries from critics in the trade but also by new acquisitions and appellations: after Beaune, Pommard, Monthelie, Meursault, as from 2012 activity is to be extended to plots in Puligny, Chassagne and again Meursault in order to meet demand for white wines.

Domaine Berthenet
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The appellation of Montagny is located in the region of Burgundy called the Côte Chalonnaise.The Berthenet property is located in Montagny-les-Buxy, a typical burgundian village surrounded by its amphitheatre of vines. The Berthenet family has cultivated vines for almost 400 years. In 2001, Jean- Pierre decided to stop selling his grapes to the local cooperative cellar and now makes and bottles all of his own wine. Grapes are pressed using a pneumatic press and the wines vinified in a modern facility with temperature regulated stainless steel vats, all to assure the quality and freshness of the wines.

Domaine Borgeot
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The Borgeot brothers, Pascal and Laurent, are fourth generation winemakers. Their village Remigny is in the departement of Saone et Loire, so they are not in the Cote d’Or phone book, a source of eternal consternation for them, especially with the village of Santenay in site across the fields. Together, they work 48 acres of vines, half in red, half in white. The majority of these vines are 30 years old or older, with parcels of Santenay ‘Les Gravieres’ and Santenay ‘Vieilles Vignes’ older than 50 years. For over twenty years, their vines have received only organic fertilizers. They work the soil in winter to keep down weeds and increase micro- bacteriological activity. Where they have replanted, they have chosen strains of vines that are low yielding. All of these policies are aimed at bringing the harvest to full and perfect maturity as often as possible.

Domaine Bousquet
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Domaine Bousquet produce world-class quality wines applying both French and Argentine know-how in the winemaking process. Our winery is in Tupungato, Mendoza. This region has an exceptional terroir and ideal weather conditions to produce high quality wines from organic grapes.

Domaine Christian Salmon
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The winery is located at the heart of the village of Bué The family has been growing grapes and making wine with care, finesse, and passion for generations. Their aromatic wines boast freshness and complexity typical of the limestone and clay-limestone terroirs of Bué. The love of viticulture and vinification enable them to produce wines that will delight your palate. Today, they own 15 hectares of AOC Sancerre Blanc planted with Sauvignon Blanc grapes, 5 hectares of AOC Sancerre Rouge and Rosé planted with Pinot Noir, and 3.25 hectares of AOC Pouilly- Fumé planted with Sauvignon Blanc grapes in the commune of Pouilly-sur-Loire. Passion, Tradition, Authenticity… these words are the motto of the Estate.

Domaine Cordaillat

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Domaine de Montlong
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Domaine des Geneves
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Domaine des Geneves... We are often asked about the origins of this name: here in Fleys, the winery is located on the cadastral site of "les Geneves", because in our region, the small shrubs, the junipers, which thrive on our very calcareous soils, have always been called "Geneves"... No doubt one of our ancestors sacrificed some junipers to settle in the heart of the vineyards! The work in the vineyard and the vinification follow the traditional practices of our region: the quality of the grapes depends above all on whether the vines are pruned in double Guyot form, whether they are attached to trellises and whether the plants are in perfect health. mis en bouteille au domaine.

Domaine des Malandes
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The Domaine des Malandes is a family estate, which has the privilege to associate the traditional experiences of wine with the best modern equipments. The result is high quality wines which obtain awards from a lot of competitions. The perfect care brought to the vinification and the various locations of their plots contribute largely to the finesse of our wines. All the Chablis can be perfectly appreciated with any kind of sea food, appetizer, grilled fish or in a delicate sauce or white meat like pork or poultry.

Domaine du Temps
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The estate has 70 hectares of which only 10 hectares are planted with vines. The rest of the estate is for the animals and nature, a true biotope. Jeremy ran a restaurant in Paris for many years with his wife Lauranne. After 20 years, the two were drawn to nature, out of the big city. Lauranne attended wine school and spent a year in Burgundy on the domain of Frédéric Cossard. After that, the two of them founded their own winery. They found an old one, which was completely abandoned, and started making wines without chemicals, but with a lot of love.

Domaine Dujardin
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The Domaine Dujardin is a family domain, with an area of 8 hectares. The Domaine is situated in the heart of the great wines of the Côte de Beaune between Volnay, Meursault and Pommard. It is one of the few appellations to be located only on slopes.

Domaine Fichet
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The domain Fichet, is situated in Southern Burgundy in a small village named « Igé », and more exactly in the hamlet « Le Martoret Martoret ». Of wine growers’ family since several generations, the only one Francis Fichet took the risk of creating his domain by withdrawing from the cooperative cellar of the village, during a wines crisis in 1976. The domain counted then approximately 11Ha of vineyards, among which 3/4 were vines of Gamay and Pinot noir, the rest being some Chardonnay. Francis Fichet Fichet, who had it by no me means the experience(e (experiment), knew how to ne nevertheless quickly master th the essential stage of the wi wine making, his talent as asserting itself mainly with th the red vines, of Gamay and Pi Pinot noir. Cooperative of the village, d during a crisis of wines in 1 1976. By proposing quality wines, Francis Fichet acquired a certain fame with the wine-making wor world. Before his elder son, Pierre making world. Before his elder son, Pierre-Yves, joins with him with him in 1988, Francis Yves, joins with him in 1988, Francis Fichet marketed at th this moment between 45000 in in 50000 bottles a year. His brother Olivier joining t them in 1990. The Domain FICHET had been born!!!

Domaine Houchart
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Domaine Houchart is today owned by Geneviève, the wife of Jérôme Quiot, having been originally acquired by her grandfather. During the period the 1850's, Aurélien Houchart was an energic proprietor and negociant in wine, and created one of the largest domain in Provence. Subsequently his Domaine was divided between the five children, with Hilaire Houchart, Geneviève Quiot's grandfather inheriting 50 hectares of vines, the cellars and agricultural buildings. Today, Domaine Houchart still has the 90 hectares of vines, situated at Puyloubier, at the foot of the famed montagne Sainte Victoire, 25 kms east of Aix-en-Provence. Since 1984, these wines have been commercialized by Vignobles Jérôme Quiot. Domaine Houchart produces about 390,000 bottles (32,500 cases) of Côtes de Provence & Sainte Victoire and 26,000 bottles (2,150 cases) of Vin de Pays Syrah-Cabrenet.

Domaine La Bargemone
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In the Coteaux d’Aix-en-Provence region, Bargemone represents 800 years of history and a new momentum in 2023. An exceptional terroir, profound expertise. We welcome you to our cellar to share our commitments, our passion for wine, the love for our vineyards, and to introduce to you our full range of wines, cultivated, vinified, and bottled on the Estate.

Domaine Le Galantin
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In the vineyard "Le Galantin", near the sea located on a particularly beautiful part of the world. Download Achille and Liliane Pascal, their wines to be discovered on the dry, sun-baked Terraced vineyards of the "Plan du Castellet" grow. In the winery, the famous grape of Bandol (Mourvhèdre, Grenache and Cinsault) are grown and traditionally to red wine, rose and white wine.

Domaine Montrose
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Domaine Montrose is a family wine estate founded in 1701 when the "Three Lizards" coat of arms was given to the  ancestor of Olivier Coste. Montrose is located a few kilometers away from the Mediterranean sea, on the great "Côtes de Thongue" terroir. Olivier's goal is to create authentic and elegant wines.

Domaine Moulin Saint-Jean
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Jean-Noël Bousquet bought his first hectare when he was 17 years old. Five years later in 1978 he settled as a young winegrower with 8 hectares. At this time he was selling his grapes to the local cooperative. His domain was born in 1998. In 2014, his son Frédéric joined the family leadership and continues to lead the passion of his father.

Domaine Mur-Mur-lum
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The estate Domaine Mur-Mur- lum, which means the Buzzing Song of Bees, is a family estate located on the slopes of the Mont Ventoux mountain. The estate was founded in 1995 and taken over by Marc Pichon in 2008, a lover of the land, a strong character is convinced that the terroirs of Ventoux have the capacity to make great wines. Today the estate is managed by Veronique Pichon, who continues the work of her brother Marc. With the Pichons we have respect for the land and nature in our blood.

Domaine Saint Francois Xavier La
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The estate has been in the family since 1750, but it was not until 1920 that great-grandfather François Xavier LAMBERT pressed his first wine in the cellar in Gigondas. As a ninth generation winemaker, Jean Francois Gras feels it is his duty to combine this historic family knowledge with a sustainable method to bring out all the finesse and concentration of the wine. The clay and limestone soils with red pebbles produce wines with a full flavour and powerful aromas typical of the Rhone region.

Domaine Senechaux
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The terroir of Châteauneuf du Pape enjoys an international reputation whose history dates back to the mid- fourteenth century, when the Papacy decided to move to Avignon. At the heart of this prestigious appellation, created in 1933 (it was the first “appellation d’origine” in France), Domaine des Sénéchaux is one of the oldest vineyards in the region. Located in the noble area of the "plateaus", the estate covers 27 hectares including 24 hectares of red grape varietals and 3 hectares of white. The property produces highly structured red and white wines which reflect the richness of an historic and unique terroir.

Domaine Vallon des Glauges

The Oddo Family founded the International Group Oddo Wines & Domaines. The family philosophy is structured around a simple principle: selecting the best terroirs and partners from renowned appellations. The Domaine du Vallon des Glauges is the founding project of the family. Originally from the region and seduced by the breathtaking beauty of the Alpilles Regional Park, the Oddo family quickly saw the immense potential of the site. After replanting more than 20 hectares of vineyards, then completely reorganizing the cellar, the offices, the tasting area and the overall architecture, the Oddo Family has dedicated itself to the development of wine tourism and the promotion of its know-how.

Domaine Vieux Lazaret
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In 1748 Antoine Quiot, who already owned land on the banks of the Rhône growing wheat, vines and other crops, bought his first Chateauneuf- du-pape vines. It was 12 salmées (8 hectares) in size. In 1793, his grandson Jean Baptiste bought the Tour de Lhers, an old tower next to the Rhône which had become a national property during the Revolution after being confiscated from an aristocratic French family (Rohan-Soubise). It was a vast estate of 100 hectares. He built a house there, which his family still live in today, using stones from the old château. He married the daughter of a landowner who was guillotined during the Revolution and was made mayor of Chateauneuf in 1815 and 1835. From this period onwards (the beginning of the 19th century) the wines from our estate were sold in bottles or casks and marketed to connoisseur clients. The Viscountess of Castellane, who was the grandmother of Fouché, minister of police for Napoleon 1st, was one of them. Her son Jean married the descendant of an old winemaking family who owned the land around Vieux Lazaret (an old hospital used to quarantine and treat patients during the great epidemics of the 17th and 18th centuries) and he settled in Chateauneuf du Pape where he was mayor from 1852 to 1860. He moved the estate’s headquarters to Vieux Lazaret and slowly enlarged it through marriage or purchase. In 1873, woodland was bought to satisfy the family’s passion for hunting (The Combes d'Arnevels). In 1875 the entire vineyard was destroyed by phylloxera, a small insect that eats the roots of vines, eventually killing them. Our family was ruined and took up quarrying, the silk trade and farming (wheat and cereals). The vineyard was replanted primarily with Grenache grapes. Neither the 1914- 1918 war, the economic crisis of 1929 nor the Second World War were helpful to the expansion or development of the estate. In 1980 Geneviève and Jérôme Quiot decided to relaunch bottle sales.

Domaines Ott
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"Étoile is the fruit of a craftsman's imagination. Nothing is predetermined, everything has to be created for each vintage. We have always found it necessary to explore new avenues of expression and to embody them in a unique wine that reflects our creativity." Respecting the specific character of the year, each vintage of Étoile is a new variation of the union of the emblematic cuvées of Château de Selle, Clos Mireille and Château Romassan, the three estates in Provence in which the Ott family has been investing great care and energy for almost 130 years.

Domaines Paul Mas
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Jean-Claude Mas's great- grandfather, Auguste Mas, bought the first family vineyard in 1892, when he acquired 9 hectares close to Montagnac. In 1987, Paul Mas, son of Auguste Mas gives 35 hectares to his son, Jean-Claude, who created Domaines Paul Mas. Jean-Claude Mas is therefore the fourth generation vinegrower and first-generation winemaker. Jean- Claude is part of a new wave of winemakers reviving the image of the Languedoc region. Nowadays, Domaines Paul Mas owns 850 hectares of vineyards throughout 15 wines estates in the Languedoc and works in partnership with grape growers across an additional 1250 hectares of vines. This gives the winery access to 40 different grape varieties, both local and international, as well as an incredible range of complex terroirs in the Languedoc.

Domaines Robert Vic
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Housed in a magnificent ancient castle dating back to Roman times, though most of the current building is Medieval. A fifth generation family producer making wines only from their own vineyards. Jerome Vic is head of the business and the Minervois is made by his wife Aurélie Vic, a passionate oenologist. She loves the roots of the Languedoc. The region is big and the wines have multiple flavours and profiles. Must they be fresh and tasty? Must they go with Mediterranean cooking? Of course, but Aurélie wants more. Character and balance, delicacy and harmony, and of course, the wine must express and reveal its origins. The wine must talk and link us to the soil… its juice must release Southern flavours, a fruit concentrate and a garrigue perfume, with crispness, fine flavours and drinkability.

Domaines Schlumberger
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We are 100 % estate winegrowers, we vinify exclusively our own harvest. We buy neither grapes, nor juice, nor wines (Alsatians winegrowers represents only 22% of the regional production). Located on the dizzy heights of the hills of Guebwiller, in southern Alsace, with slopes reaching 50° and at an altitude going from 250 to 390 metres, our mountain-side vineyard is surely one of the most breathtaking in Alsace. Its excellent southwest, south, south east exposure ensures it perfect sun exposure.. Guebwiller is the only spot in Alsace producing 4 Grands Crus. Half of our vineyard, that is to say 70 hectares, consists of these unique “terroirs”. The wines of our Grands Crus portray, from year to year, the ancient memory of the stones of our land. The Vosges sandstone, on the edge of the mountain,produces subtle nuances: plots located anly a few meters from each other can produce very different wines.

Dona Paula
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Doña Paula's history goes back to 1990, when a period of exhaustive research on the different Argentinean terroirs and their potential to fully express each varietal traits started. This is when the first vineyard was acquired. It is located in the foothills of the Andes Mountains, in Ugarteche, Luján de Cuyo (Mendoza), a region that is famous worldwide because of its Malbec, which offers very aromatic red wines with soft tannins. Doña Paula is among the main Argentinean wineries that export premium wines; 97% of our production is exported to more than 60 countries and the international press has assigned us very high ratings.

Drouhin Vaudon
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The Moulin de Vaudon, the property of Joseph Drouhin, is an 18th Century watermill straddling the Serein River, close to the Grand Cru vineyards of Chablis. Flowing gently past hillsides covered with vineyards, the river has always been closely identified with Chablis and its region. Because of its unique location at the heart of their 38 hectare vineyard estate (95 acres), this historical mill is the headquarters of the Drouhin Domaine in ChaJoseph Drouhin, a precursor and pioneer in this great wine region for 40 years, will strengthen the identity of their prestigious Chablis Domaine. With this in mind, and starting with the vintage 2008, the name "Vaudon" will be associated with Joseph Drouhin for all its Chablis wines as a sign of the firm's allegiance to this historical terroir.blis.

Du Toitskloof
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Du Toitskloof Wine Cellar (DTK) was established by six wine farmers as a cooperative winery in 1962. Today it has 22 members whose vineyards all lie within a 10 km radius of the cellar. It is located near the town of Rawsonville in the Breede River Valley, at the entrance to the Du Toitskloof Mountain Pass. The stony soils of the area are ideally suited to grape growing. DTK’s award-winning wines are known for their excellent quality at affordable prices, and during the last five years it has been rated the South African cellar offering the best value by WINE magazine, three times. The cellar produces some 10 million litres of wine a year from 13 500 tons of grapes, of which 60% is white and 40%, red. Its major white cultivar is Sauvignon blanc, followed by Chardonnay, Chenin blanc and Semillon. The main red cultivars are Cabernet Sauvignon, Shiraz, Merlot and Pinotage.

Dufouleur Père & Fils
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Dufouleur Père & Fils, based in Nuits-Saint- Georges, Burgundy, was founded in 1848 by Symphorien Dufouleur. Today, Dufouleur Père & Fils sources its grapes and musts from over 40 villages in Burgundy and Beaujolais. The finesse and authenticity of the wines perfectly reflect the richness and complexity of the Burgundian. The finesse and authenticity of the wines perfectly reflect the richness and complexity of the Burgundian vineyards, and the wines of Dufouleur Père & Fils are now appreciated in many countries around the world.

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"The history of the GUIGAL family reflects the glory of the wines of the Côte-Rôtie. Three generations working with land over 24 centuries old.» The Guigal Estate was founded in 1946 by Etienne Guigal in Ampuis, a small ancient village and cradle of the Côte-Rôtie appellation. It shelters a unique vineyard where the vines and the wines have been famous for 2,400 years. Since 1946, hard work and perseverence have born fruit and certain events attest to this, notably the purchase of the Vidal-Fleury Establishment in the mid ‘80s. Although belonging to the Guigal Estate, Vidal Fleury maintains commercial and technical autonomy. Ten years later in 1995 the estate acquired the famous Château d’Ampuis, an important historic and oenological monument whose long history is directly linked to the Côte-Rôtie appellation. An ancient fort built in the 12th century, it was transformed into a Renaissance château in the 16th century. The château is situated amongst the vines and bordered by the king of rivers: the Rhône.

Ecker Eckhof
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The winery "Ecker - Eckhof" is a family owned business situated in the idyllic village Mitters Mitterstockstall Mitterstockstall. The name "Eckhof" derives from the the location of the winery, whic which lies at a crossroads, and and the family name "Ecker". The winery is excellently established in the local as well as in the international market. The vineyard area of 18 18 hectares is managed by Bernhard Ecker, who continues the farm of his pa parents Johann and Marianne in in their sense, with the aim to to produce honest and characterful wines. The wines. The fact that the winery places great value on tradition is reflected also in the winery logo. The grandfather, Johann Ecker, was one of the last guardians of Stockstall. A vineyard keeper, so called "Hiata" in eastern Austria had to guard the grapes. Their distinguishing feature was the "guardian star". This guardian star is an integral part of the "Ecker-logo".

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Edgebaston wines are made by David Finlayson on the Finlayson family vineyards in Stellenbosch. The range of wines is made to reflect the personality and winemaking philosophy of the region and the Finlayson family. Quality and a holistic approach to the production of our wines is our ethos. We strive to farm the land, grow the grapes and make the wine in an environmentally friendly manner whilst ensuring that each wine is world class. It is the Finlayson family's firm belief that Stellenbosch has always and will remain South Africa's finest winemaking region, this is where we wish to continue to create wonderful wines for the discerning wine collector. Koopmanskloof is set in the Bottelary Hills in Stellenbosch, with a wine tradition dating back to 1777. We are proud of this heritage, and our wines prove it.

Elena Walch
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Enate is one of the big names when it comes to Spanish wine. The bodega is located in a traditional wine region, the Somontano. Somontano means at the foot of the mountains, well protected here at the foot of the Pyrenees. The name of the bodega is borrowed from the small village of Enate, which is located in Somontano, not far from Barbastro. Most of their vineyards are located there. The wines are produced exclusively from our own vineyards and the vineyards are cultivated according to the principles of organic viticulture. The bodega team is young, highly motivated and well trained. Enate has set high standards from the start. The declared aim is to make wines for the best in the world. Jesús Artajona, one of the most prominent winemakers in Spain, contributes to a large extent. He studied viticulture in Bordeaux and then worked as an oenologist for top wineries such as the well-known Château Margaux. His signature and his credo wines, wines shaped by the terroir with soft tannins and a French style. Wines with strength and vitality, but above all wines with great elegance. Art has played a central role for Enate from the very beginning. The wines are true works of art, each bottle a reflection of contemporary art. So Enate asked all the major living Spanish artists to paint for her. The result is an art gallery with more than 100 paintings. This includes all the big names in contemporary Spanish painting, such as Tapies, Chillida, Saura or Torner. In order to continue the artistic legacy, the collection will be completed by young artists, participants in the Enate EnArte Awards. The motifs for the labels of the wines are selected from the paintings in the collection. This idea was crucial in the construction of the bodega. The architectural design language is modern and of classic simplicity. Enate is an all-round work of art.

Ernie Els Wines
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As one of South Africa's leading ambassadors and one of the most recognisable faces in the world of sport, it is befitting that Ernie chose South Africa and Stellenbosch to produce his wine. The idea was born from Ernie Els and based on the vision to produce a wine that would capture everything that Ernie stands for: Big in stature and gentle in character. In 1999, Ernie established Ernie Els Vineyards and in December 2004, opened his dream cellar on the slopes of the Helderberg Mountain in Stellenbosch. Since its launch Ernie Els Wines has established a magnificent portfolio of South African wines offering quality wines for everyone at various different price-points. In the summer of 2011 two new white wines were added to the portfolio. Ernie's passion for these wines, combined with winemaker Louis Strydom's considerable talents, has proved a winning combination. Ernie Els Wines has won many pre prestigious awards around the world and the team continues to make a big impact on both the South African and international wine markets.

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Fairview is a third generation family- owned farm that values the relationship between those who own and work the vineyards and the very land that provides the raw materials. Fairview is committed to the preservation of the local environment, and has various measures in place to ensure that its farming and production practices are in line with or exceed the standards set by local and international authorities.

Famille Doublet
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From a great line of mariners, our family has been rooted in the vineyard of Bordeaux since the end of the 18th century and we have devoted ourselves to the culture of the vine and the wine. In the 1970s, Bernard and myself developed the vineyard to obtain Bordeaux and Entre-deux-Mers of highest quality. In 1987, looking for new flavors, we crossed the Garonne to invest in Beautiran in the North of the Graves area: the Chateau Tour de Calens reborn. From 1996, our children, Alexandre and Jean-Thomas joined the family business and added new impetus. This dynamic asserted itself even more in 2009, when we took again to the Dordogne River for the Saint-Emilion soil: a vineyard called Château Saint-Ange. Today, 'three doublets' (it is the heraldic name of the Dragonfly) bottles are present at the four corners of the world.

Famille Hugel
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Vintners in Riquewihr from father to son since 1639 The name “HUGEL” is documented in Alsace in the 15th century. About two centuries later (1637), a Hans Ulrich HUGEL settled in Riquewihr, which was ravaged by the turmoil of the Thirty Years' War. In 1639 he was granted citizenship and soon became the chairman of the influential guild of vintners. His son of the same name had a stately house built on Seilergasse in 1672 and his initials H.U.H. and carve the family coat of arms into the lintel: a “three mountain” that symbolizes three hills. During the 18th and 19th centuries, the successive Hugels became known as capable and honest winegrowers, especially for the good care of their vineyards. In 1902 Frédéric Emile HUGEL (1869-1950) left the old family estate to move to the center of Riquewihr, where the heart of the family business still beats today.

Fantini Group
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Fantini Group is a young winery that, thanks to a policy devoted to the highest quality research and marketing, in a few years has become the leading exporting companies in Southern Italy with a production of nearly 13 million bottles.

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Farnese Vini is a young winery that in a few years, thanks to a policy devoted to the highest quality research and marketing, has become the leading exporting companies in Southern Italy with a production of nearly 13 million bottles. The brand Farnese, known in the most important world markets, will mark the group now has seven leading companies in the south of Italy and commercial outlets in 74 countries on all continents. The success of Farnese isn't just in numbers, most of the reputation of Farnese also came from national and international awards: for 3 consecutive years Farnese was named company of the year in the industry, 5 times Farnese wines have been awarded as "wines of years" and over 30 international gold medals and trophies in recent years have enhanced the company notice board. To be successful in the market is important having wines of high quality with a competitive price and with great packaging, but it is also important having a company able to provide its customers with a fast and efficient service. The great success of the production system and sales Farnese was extended in Puglia, Campania, Basilicata and Sicilia keeping as main objective to produce wines of the highest quality that are able to meet the expectations of the most demanding customers. In the future strategies of the Group Farnese, southern Italy will play an increasingly important role because it is able to produce wines with an excellent quality-price ratio

Ferrari Trento
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“Wine is poetry of the earth.” Ferrari’s quality is the result of lots of small, daily procedures. It is created in mountainside vineyards, in the finest areas of Trentino, and perfected in the winery using the mandatory techniques for making Trentodoc wines.

Fetzer Vineyards
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Since founding in 1968 in beautiful Mendocino County, Fetzer Vineyards has been a pioneer of California winemaking. The history is one of ever-evolving quality and innovation and a progressive, hands-on approach to earth-friendly practices. At Fetzer they’ve always believed that the more they refine their winemaking practices to be in harmony with the environment, the more they improve the quality of wines – and of everyday life. A grassroots family operation with big vision, in 1978 Fetzer was one of the first California wineries to branch out into Chardonnay, as well as Gewürztraminer and Riesling. At a time when few were serious about whites, Fetzer’s vision and dedication came to fruition with exciting new offerings for wine lovers. Beginning in 1984, Fetzer undertook perhaps its most important commitment of all: total sustainable growing of all its grapes. What started as a simple garden project grew into the defining mission for all of Fetzer’s vineyards. One by one, as each vineyard committed to sustainable growing, the results could be tasted in the fruit. Vines grew healthy, the fruit rich and clean – ideal for the production of premium wines. By 1992, Fetzer had become recognized by wine lovers nationwide for its superb quality and value. Brown- Forman Corporation purchased Fetzer offering the support needed to accelerate its quality goals. The winery continued to grow and innovate, always striving to improve and expand its offerings and strengthen its dedication to the environment, to make its wines – and life – a little better.

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The Van Zeller family is one of the most famous families in the Port area and owns several reputable Port houses, including Feuerheerds and Quinta Roriz.

Fleur du Cap
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In 1968, shortly after Die Bergkelder cellar was completed, the first vintages of the much loved Fleur du Cap range were launched. Under the watchful eye of the manager of wine production, Dr Julius Laszlo, Die Bergkelder continued to follow the philosophy of smaller volume, superior wine. In 1979, Die Bergkelder introduced maturation of quality wine in small casks of new French oak and in 1998, it launched the reserve range of Fleur du Cap Unfiltered wines, known for their superior quality.


FONJOYA was born from the merger of the cooperative wineries St. Félix-St. Jean and St. Saturnin de Lucian, which existed since the first half of the twentieth century. Therefore, due to their respective histories, they decide to unite and cultivate the vineyard of a common territory.

Francis Ford Coppola Winery
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When you hear the name Francis Ford Coppola, the first thing that comes to mind is "The Godfather" or "Apocalypse Now", but in the wine world Coppola's success as a wine producer is just as legendary as his work as a director. They are his two great passions: "Winemaking and filmmaking are two great art forms," he says himself. Over the past decades, Coppola, in collaboration with his outstanding oenologist and wine strategist Corey Beck, has released a series of very successful wines. In 1975, Francis Ford Coppola acquired part of the formerly world-famous Inglenook Estate in Napa Valley, which had been founded by the Finnish Captain Niebaum 100 years earlier. There, Chief Winemaker and CEO of the winery Corey Beck created a total of 11 independent wine brands over time and initiated a vine sustainability programme. With this step, the winery armed itself against the advancing climate change in California thanks to intelligent water management and biodiversity. They were awarded the Green Medal Award for their sustainability efforts. "Every drop we make is used at least twice!" is how Francis formulates his vision. The Francis Ford Coppola Winery has already been awarded "Winery of the Year" twice by the International Wine and Spirits Competition and the San Francisco International Wine Competition.

Franz Haas
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Franz Haas has been producing estate wines since 1880, the year in which the present-day winery was established. A family-run estate, it was handed down through the generations to the first-born son Franz Haas. Through the years and the constant commitment of its owners and employees, this wine making estate has evolved into today’s innovative winery. We vinify grapes from 50 hectares of vineyards, of which 28 hectares are estate- grown or rented, while the balance comes from vine growers with plots in particularly vocated microareas. Our goal is to produce quality wines that are the distinct expression of our terroir, with good aging potential and marked personality.

Fryer's Cove
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Some 302kms from Cape Town the R362 winds its way up the picturesque West Coast. Along this largely unspoiled coastline lies Doringbaai, home to a small but hardy fishing community and arguably the world’s only vineyard this close to the Atlantic Ocean. The vines of Fryer’s Cove dot the hillside 820 meters from where the cold ocean throws its breakers against a rocky shore. The locals are as robust and unfettered as the landscape and it is this terroir that imbues every bottle of Fryer’s Cove wine. Fryer’s Cove wines have a distinct maritime flavour, hence our slogan ‘forged of the earth, tempered by the sea’. The French term terroir is not easily defined, but among winemakers it represents all environmental factors that shape the personalities of wines from a specific vineyard or region. In our district, nature is unrelenting. It rains an average of only 50mm per year and the Southwesterly wind constantly buffets the coastline, but thanks to a series of fortunate coincidences this region is ideal for winemaking.

Gaja Ca Marcanda
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Galil Mountain Winery
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The Upper Galilee mountain range is much more than an abode for Galil Mountain Winery; it’s the Winery’s heart and soul. Sitting in a breathtaking spot atop the Upper Galilee mountain range, the innovatively designed winery is committed to revitalizing the region’s rich history of winemaking. Over 2,000 years ago, the mountain range – one of Israel’s highest at more than 1,000 meters above sea level – was a choice location for the cultivation of quality grapevines. Today, the area’s topography, soil and climate make it an ideal home for the vibrant Galil Mountain Winery. Established as a joint venture headed by the world-renowned Golan Heights Winery in 2000, Galil Mountain Winery preserves the delicate balance between tradition and technology. Leveraging six area vineyards, a state-of-the-art production plant and proven expertise, Galil Mountain Winery offers an inspired selection of award-winning wines that remains true to its roots.

Gebrüder Steffen
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The foundation stone for today's Steffen wine house was laid as early as 1794. The driving force behind this was Peter Steffen from Piesport, who first mentioned the wine house in a document. Around 125 years later, his descendants, the brothers Johann and Peter, set up the wine-growing business, which gave rise to the current name WEINHAUS GEBRÜDER STEFFEN. At that time still as a pure grape producer and farmer, over the decades the company oriented itself more and more towards the wine house. In 1930 the first batch was bottled under the name "1929er Trittenheimer". Putting the 1,000 liters of wine into the bottles was a daring step at the time. Nevertheless, the brothers were able to sell them very successfully in a very short time. So nothing stood in the way of the company's growth. Today Hans Steffen, son Roman and brother-in-law Matthias Dockendorff - run the wine house in the second and third generation. They are of course supported by the entire family as well as long-standing and very committed employees. Although the tasks are relatively clearly distributed, the company sees itself as a modern family business in which the work is mastered collectively "hand in hand". Their style is characterized by full fruit and minerality in the wine, without it being heavy. The wines are particularly exciting thanks to the unusual and Moselle-typical interplay of sweetness and acidity. Riesling in particular feels very much at home in our homeland: With over 60% it dominates the cultivation area of ​​ the oldest wine-growing region in Germany and ensures that “our Moselle” is held in high regard in the world. All wines focus on clear fruit and natural minerality in the glass. They are advocates of traditional working methods, but like to interpret them with the latest technology in winemaking. It is always important to taste where the wines come from.

Giacosa Fratelli
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Our company dates back hundreds of years: a family history, steeped in values handed down from father to son. Generation after generation, those at the helm of the business had two very clear reference points: naturalness and quality, leading principles at the basis of the company’s philosophy, found at every transformation stage of the grape, from the vineyard to the winecellar. We work the land each day, with passion and will, believing that our wine before everything else must express this essence: directly cultivating the vineyards, we check the origin of our grapes right to their roots.

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Winemaking patriarch Colin Glaetzer established his own label to create wines he’s passionate about - limited quantities of benchmark Barossa Valley reds. It is the pinnacle of Colin's 30-year career with achievements such as his creation of the revered Barossa Valley Estates E & E Black Pepper Shiraz. The birth of Glaetzer Wines also signalled a new era for Colin’s family which boasts more than its fair share of winemakers. The clan includes Colin, his oenology- trained wife Judith, twin brother/winemaker John, and five winemakers among the couple's three sons and their wives! The first Glaetzers settled in the Barossa Valley in 1888 after emigrating from Brandenburg, Germany. The family left Germany on board the Nord-Deutscher Lloyd steamer “Habsburg” and took seven weeks to reach their final destination of Port Adelaide. From here they settled in a country town called Nuriootpa in the Barossa Valley where they started their new life in Australia. The family were some of the earliest recorded viticulturalists in the Barossa Valley and Clare Valley and the current generation is firmly entrenched in the family wine business.

Glen Carlou
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The Glenelly Estate is in the Idas Valley, located in Stellenbosch, on the southern slopes of the Simonsberg Mountain. Its origins date back to the seventeenth century. Simon van der Steel, Governor of the Cape, gave the land to the Huguenot François Villion. In 1812, the estate passed to Johan Peter de Villiers, and finally in 1865 it became the property of a British family, the Garlicks. They owned it for 138 years until its purchase in 2003 by May-Eliane de Lencquesaing, who for over 30 years was owner of the famous Bordeaux Chateau Pichon Longueville Comtesse de Lalande, Pauillac Grand Cru Classé. This estate of 128 hectares formerly devoted to fruit production had, thanks to it terroir, a vocation for wine producing, which has been a speciality of this region since the seventeenth century. An exhaustive study of soil and weather conditions lead to the planting of 60 hectares of red varieties, 6 hectares of white and 5 hectares of olive trees. Central to this impressive circle of mountains, vineyards and olive groves lies the 'Manor House' in the Cape Dutch style, white walls and thatched roof, surrounded by newly renovated farm buildings and beautiful gardens. Four lakes provide water supplies whilst the flora and fauna add to the beauty of this site. The year 2009 saw the inauguration of the winery: 6,000 m2 anchored in the mountains on 4 floors functioning by gravity flow. This very modern structure was designed as an excellent environmentally friendly working tool (consumption of electricity and water reduced, keeping constant temperature etc...) This French adventure on African soil is based on a young, professional and motivated team of South Africans with very special attention given to social conditions of each and every employee. Because wine must be a LINK between people, a LIVING messenger of our CULTURE.

Gosset Champagne
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In 1584, Pierre Gosset, alderman of Aÿ and wine- grower made still wines, mostly red, with the grapes he harvested from his own vines. In those days, two wines vied for pride of place at the table of the Kings of France: the wine of Aÿ and, from several hundreds of leagues further south, the wines of Beaune. Both were made from the same grape varieties Pinot Noir and Chardonnay. Then, in the 18th century, the wines made in and around Aÿ began to bubble. Today, the Gosset cuvées are still presented in the antique bottle identical to the one used since the 18th century. They carefully avoid malo- lactic fermentation so that the wines keep all their natural fruitiness. Gosset is the oldest House in the Champagne

Graham Beck Wines
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Graham Beck's Vineyards are located on four diverse farms in the Western Cape province of South Africa, enabling the Robertson and Franschhoek Cellars to have access to grape varietals grown in the climatic conditions and soils to which they are best suited. Marco Ventrella, the viticulturist, oversees the 4 farms. However, each farm is individually tended for by the respective Vineyard Manager; Franschhoek (97ha) and Stellenbosch (Skoongesig 36ha and Vredenhof 64ha) falls under Dérek Hamman and Pieter Fouché looks after Madeba in Robertson (189ha). The two farms in the Firgrove area in Stellenbosch’s Helderberg district, provide most of the premium red varietals to the Graham Beck range. An extensive renewal programme has resulted in premier red and white varietals on all our farms. Great care has been taken to match the obliging micro-climates and rich variety of soils with the most suitable varietal. This ensures Graham Beck's winemakers have access to optimum quality fruit from which to make their specific wines.

Grande Provence
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Grande Provence is located at the entrance to Franschhoek and has developed into an absolute top destination for exceptional service, excellent cuisine, fantastic wines and inspiring art. Anyone who has ever tasted a Grande Provence wine will most likely return to this winery again and again. The flagship products are the white and red wines of the Grande Provence main line, complemented by the charming everyday companions of Angel's Tears wines.

Granite Hill Cellars
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Just as the golden poppy flourishes in the bedrock, so do some of the world’s best wine grapes. Breathtaking and foreboding, the Sierra Nevada is an awesome and majestic mountain chain composed of solid granite. California’s state flower, the golden poppy, sprouts from the granite and paints the foothills of the Sierra Nevada with a brilliant splash of color. The Mokelumne River was born in the Sierra Nevada’s granite passes. Over millennia, the river’s raging water carried decomposed granite west into the Central Valley of California, forming alluvial fans that comprise the renowned soils of an area known as the Lodi Appellation. More than a century ago, settlers braved the harsh Sierra Nevada in search of a new life and staked their claims in Lodi’s rich, fertile soil. Granite Hill Cellars is an homage to the passion and pioneering put into crafting beautiful wines forged from granite.

Graziano Prà
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Graziano Prà has been part of the company since the early 80s but it was his father and grandfather who sealed his fate as winemaker. Regions such as Monte Grande and Monte Bisson in Soave and Morandina in Valpolicella have risen to international fame thanks to him; small esteemed Crus located in strong viticulture areas. The principles that have shaped his story are quintessence and respect for the land. Purity is a keyword to describe Graziano’s wines. He is still in charge of winemaking decisions and, in the wine cellar, he prefers the exaltation of the fruit. Research and innovation are inspired by the enhancement of the high quality of grapes coming from the field. From the beginning, his production choice to only use local vine varieties reflects Graziano’s strong belief in the potential quality of local grapes and for the enhancement of the territory.

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Heinrich Groh founded the winery in Bechtheim, one of the largest winegrowing communities in Rheinhessen, in 1899, which still bears his name today. It is already managed in the 4th generation. The current owner, Axel Groh, is a state- certified technician for viticulture and cellar management. Our philosophy is based on the production of typical, fruity wines, as they fit in today. Today we build a bridge between modern wine technology and traditional wine-making. 50,000 liters of wine can still be stored at the winery in wooden barrels. Cultivation of the vines and expansion of the wines are carried out close to nature but not rational. Being committed to quality is the top priority at Groh. Awards on regional and national wine awards confirm the work of the cellar master.

Groote Post
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Groszer Wein
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Markus & Edgar bring the DAC terroir of the Eisenberg with all its subtleties as authentically and as naturally as possible into the bottles. They largely dispense with oenological aids. Mother Nature has set up everything necessary. And they master their craft, have the necessary basic qualities: letting go, patience, trust, time, peace. No measuring and analyzing. Only their senses, their feelings. Groszer wines are simply great without drifting into the esoteric.

Guicciardini Strozzi
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The estate can boast over 1000 years of history; in fact the oldest document which bears testimony to the existence of Cusona is dated 994. It was amongst the green hills of Tuscany close to the famous medieval city of San Gimignano with its imposing towers (the Medieval Manhattan), that the Villa of Cusona rose from the ground.

H. Lun
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H. LUN wines defend a noteworthy position in the long history of Alto Adige winery since more than 150 years. With great and foresighted expertise, Alois H. LUN showed professional courage and perseverance already in 1840, when he labelled with his name only the finest Alto Adige wines from the best locations: the H. LUN quality brand was born. 1840, the year in which the foundation stone was laid, can still be found today on H. LUN's eponymous wine line. The typical South Tyrolean grape varieties are still vinified according to the founder's credo and are an authentic reflection of his vision. Fresh and fruity, the exceptional grape varieties come to the fore in these wines and promise a juicy portion of wanderlust for an unmistakable holiday region: South Tyrol.

Haha Wine Company Ltd
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In Te Reo Maori, Haha means to catch your breath. The breath of conversation which brings us together. The discussions and reflections, the memories and stories binding the past to the present and the present to future ventures. The breath weaving our worlds together. It is the inspiration behind our Haha logo, carried on each bottle of wine and shared with you. Family owned and focused, our quality driven company is built on a generosity of spirit towards each other and the land, and the foundation of sharing and caring. Internationally acclaimed, our range of premium quality Haha wines are a true expression of both the long warm summers of the Marlborough region and the temperate Hawke’s Bay climate. Sharing a place, a time and a belonging, our wines are robust in fruit flavours and delectable aromas.

Hamilton Russell Vineyards
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Hamilton Russell Vineyards, one of the most southerly wine Estates in Africa and one of the closest to the sea - is located in the beautiful, cool, maritime Hemel-en-Aarde Valley appellation, just behind the old fishing village of Hermanus. The Estate specialises in producing highly individual, terroir driven Pinot noir and Chardonnay, which are widely regarded as the best in South Africa and among the best in the New World. Founder, Tim Hamilton Russell purchased the undeveloped 170 hectare property in 1975, after an exhaustive search for the most southerly site on which to make South Africa?s top cool climate wines from a selection of noble varieties. His son Anthony Hamilton Russell, who took over in 1991 (finally buying the property in 1994), narrowed the range to Pinot noir and Chardonnay only and registered Hamilton Russell Vineyards as an Estate, committing to work only with grapes from their terroir. Extensive soil research initiated in 1994 identified 52 hectares of stony, clay-rich, shale-derived soil as optimal for the individual, origin expressive style they aim for and all plantings have now been limited to this soil type. Anthony with winemaker Hannes Storm and viticulturist Johan Montgomery are completely dedicated to expressing the personality of the Hamilton Russell Vineyards terroir in their wines. Tiny yields and intense worldwide demand keep the elegant, highly individual, Estate grown Pinot noir and Chardonnay in very short supply.

Hammeken Cellars
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Riverview Vineyard is the northernmost vineyard in Monterey County. Located two miles southeast of Soledad and adjacent to the Pinnacles, this 330-acre vineyard is nestled on a bench overlooking the Salinas River and is an ideal Pinot Noir and Chardonnay location. The bench location aids in creating excellent air flow and the southwestern exposure maximizes available sunlight and allows the fruit to ripen slowly and evenly. The soils are well-drained and comprised of decomposed granite. The climate of Monterey Bay is influenced by the cold waters of the «Blue Grand Canyon» -A climatic pathway that connects the deep sea to the wine growing regions of Monterey.

Hammeken Cellars Radio Boka
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Hammeken Cellars is specialized in modern Spanish wines and well established in the global wine industry since 1996. Hammeken Cellars is dedicated to introducing the world to the grape varietals that have deep set roots in the history of Spain where each varietal can tell a very unique story about Spain. Yes, they are dedicated to the traditional varietals of Spain, but in no way should they be confused with the traditional Spanish wine profile as they represent a whole NEW SPAIN, a youthful Spain, a Spain worth getting to know!

Haras de Pirque
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The estate is situated in Pirque, one of the most prestigious and historical areas of the Maipo Valley. At the foothills of the cordillera de Los Andes, in the central area of the country, in a privileged zone for planting vineyards. Between 500 and 800 meters above sea level is the Maipo Alto, an area with mild thermal oscillation where native vegetation such as myrtle and boldos thrive, which on certain occasions gives the wines distinctive balsamic notes. Thus, the wines produced in this area achieve a high concentration of tannins, great structure and intense color.

Hartenberg Estate
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Occupying its own valley, this family estate is situated on the northeast facing slopes of the Bottelary Hills in the Stellenbosch region. Here nature has provided the perfect soils and climate to grow and produce award- winning wines. This family owned wine estate offers beautifully crafted wines, scrumptiuos lunches, tours of our underground cellar and pristine walking trials through 60 hectares of conserved wetlands. Hartenberg Estate's 99 hectares of vineyard comprise a total of nine different soil types and many different aspects and microclimates. The six site-specific varietals that have been planted, Sauvignon Blanc, Rhine Riesling, Chardonnay, Merlot, Pinotage, Shiraz and Cabernet Sauvignon are the backbone of Hartenberg's future. So as to protect the vines in years with significant heat peaks and the resulting drought conditions, all vineyards that are part of the re-planting program have drip irrigation lines. Their presence means that vine stress can be minimised as a result of judicious application of water.

Haute Cabriere
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Haute Cabriere is a wine farm steeped in history and local lore. Originally granted to a French Huguenot farmer, Pierre Jourdan, on the 22 December 1694, it has been part of the Franschhoek Wine Valley fabric for over 300 years. Being a pioneer is intrinsic to Haute Cabriere and throughout its development and evolution it has always remained true to this heritage. In 1982, with a pioneering legacy in mind, the vineyards were replanted in the tradition of the Champagne. The wines and méthode champenoise that Haute Cabriere now create are products of that pivotal decision, made over 28 years ago, to focus on the classic Chardonnay and Pinot Noir cultivars. Brave unconventional decisions made then ensure that today Achim von Arnim, the famed proprietor, and the Haute Cabriere team, continue to add to the farm's spirit, by specialising in an enticing range of champenoise which have been named after the original Haute Cabriere trailblazer and founder, Pierre Jourdan.

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Heartland Wines was created by a small group of leading South Australian wine identities who are all good friends and share a passion for making great wine. All Heartland wines are made with fruit from mature vineyards in the Limestone Coast and Langhorne Creek in South Australia. There are three ranges under the Heartland Wines label. Heartland Stickleback, Heartland Coast & Creek and the flagship Directors' Cut Shiraz. Ben Glaetzer Director Chief Winemaker is part of the well-known Glaetzer family in the Barossa Valley . His father is respected winemaker Colin Glaetzer, and his two brothers are also winemakers. Ben, a Roseworthy graduate, grew up within the wine industry and started his career working as a cellarhand at Barossa Valley Estate and then as Winemaker at Tyrrell's. He has travelled and worked extensively throughout the world's wine regions and is now based in the Barossa Valley where he makes the Glaetzer family wines with his father, Colin.

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The Helderberg - named for its beauty, and meaning Clear or Bright Mountain - rises majestically above the sweeping False Bay. Around this mountain, farmers have planted vines for centuries; discovering that its soils and proximity to the ocean are ideal for the cultivation of premium grapes. In 1906, the Helderberg Winery waas established and in that year harvested the first grapes in their new winery on the slopes of the Helderberg. Over the following decades, the winery grew in stature, based on its pedigree of consistently producing excellent red wines, with notably superb Cabernet Sauvignon. The winery was instrumental in establishing the area´s reputation and high regard, and today the Helderberg is widely acknowledged as South Africa ´s home of fine red wines.

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The Henschke family has been making wine since Johann Christian Henschke planted a small vineyard on his diverse farming property at Keyneton in 1862. He was one of many Silesians who had fled their homeland in search of religious freedom, and he arrived from Kutschlau in 1841. The wine was initially intended for consumption by family and friends, but with the first commercial release in 1868, believed to be principally riesling and shiraz, the wheels were set in motion for greater things to come. Each generation has built upon the foundations of Henschke. In more recent times, fourth-generation Cyril Henschke pioneered varietal and single-vineyard wines at a time when blended wines and fortifieds were in vogue. His greatest legacy was the creation of Hill of Grace and Mount Edelstone in the 1950s, shiraz wines from Eden Valley that have captured the red wine world’s imagination. Today, it is fifth-generation Stephen Henschke and his wife Prue at the helm, passionately upholding the family name and reputation. This highly regarded team has won a multitude of awards that recognise the complementary nature of their roles - Stephen as winemaker and Prue as viticulturist. One of the most notable things about the couple is their ability to keep devotees fascinated. While they are perhaps most famous for Hill of Grace and Mount Edelstone, they continue to surprise with their new styles and techniques. Prue’s meticulous, innovative viticultural management has seen not only new life breathed into the venerable vines, but also a new direction given to white winemaking that their forebears could never have imagined. Henschke boasts a strong portfolio, with a focus on ultra- premium single-vineyard wines. They maintain their ‘Exceptional wines from outstanding vineyards’ by sourcing additional fruit from growers of excellence, from the Eden Valley, Barossa Valley and the Adelaide Hills regions. Stephen and Prue are well recognised for their complete integration of vineyard and winery, and have received many accolades. Most recently, Henschke was named 2011 Winery of the Year at the inaugural The Age/Sydney Morning Herald Good Wine Guide awards. The sixth generation, Johann, Justine and Andreas, are all actively involved in helping Stephen and Prue explore new and exciting developments. Among these are organic and biodynamic principles that will enrich the land of their forebears and strengthen a future in winemaking for the generations to come.

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Thomas Hensel has built an impressive reputation in a short period of time. At Hensel quality comes first and its wines find their way to both the consumer and leading restaurants. The Pfalz region is gaining popularity as a wine region and has developed as a serious challenger for Burgundy, especially in the red wines. Hensel is a perfect example of that. Hensels Gut is like Thomas himself, young. Although his wines have already established their names. Hensel expands wines that can fully develop the natural character of their vines. Selective harvesting is a must. Only ripe and healthy grapes end in the wine presses.

Herdade do Esporao
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Little more than 170 kilometres southeast of Lisbon, near the historical city of Reguengos de Monsaraz, we find a landscape typical of the Baixo Alentejo region. It is here, amongst rolling plains, shallow valleys, occasional streams, corn fields, vineyards and olive groves, we find Herdade do Esporão. Hill-top farms and small, whitewashed villages guard the memory of life that goes back to the Prehistoric times of tapirs and dolmens, then Iberians, Romans, Visigoths and Muslims and the many others who once settled here. The Medieval history of the region began with the Reconquista of Monsaraz and Reguengos in 1232. Since then, wine and olive oil have become an indelible aspect of the region. The geographical boundaries of Herdade do Esporão (originally Defesa do Esporão) were only established in 1267, and have been practically unchanged since then, despite being the setting for bloody battles and heroic deeds over almost nine centuries. Soeiro Rodrigues, the judge of the city of Évora, was the first of many owners, who included Santiago Rodrigues de Vasconcelos, the Morgado D. Álvaro Mendes de Vasconcelos (who built the Esporão Tower) and the counts of Alcáçovas, who retained the property until 1973, the year it was acquired by José Roquette and Joaquim Bandeira. In 1985, the first vintage saw the creation of the Esporão brand and the first wine produced by what was then Finagra, S.A.. In 1989, wine began being exported to what is now over 50 international markets. Eight years later, Esporão entered the olive oil business with the acquisition of SPAZA (Sociedade Produtora de Azeites do Alentejo) – now Esporão Azeites.

Heredad Ugarte
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In 1870, Don Amancio Ugarte in San Vicente de la Sonsierra began making his own wines. The Pilgrim's way to Santiago, between the "Sierra de Tolono" mountain range and the medieval town of LaGuardia in Paganos, right in the heart of the Rioja Alavesa, built in 1989, the grandson of the founder, Victorino Eguren Ugarte, his new winery: the "Heredad Ugarte". The grapes comes from its own 105 ha vineyards in best clayey calcareous terrain of the Rioja Alavesa. Protected from the cold northern winds by the mountain range of Sierra de Tolono, South facing, very ripe grapes grow. The wines are still largely produced in craftsmanship, but with the help of modern winemaking technology. The special of this Winery are underground caves (Calados), which lie 20 m deep in the ground and where year-round temperatures around 12 ° C are a constant humidity of 80% and even.

Hermanuspietersfontein HPF
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•The first wine farm in the Walker Bay Wine District, and the 11th in South Africa, to receive BWI Champion status •Our winemaker, Bartho Eksteen, receives the Oscar of South African Wine Industry: Diners Club 2010 Winemaker of the Year, for Nr.5 Sauvignon Blanc, the first time a wooded Sauvignon Blanc receives the coveted award •Die Bartho, the wine named after our winemaker, receives 5 Stars in Platter’s 2010 South African Wine Guide •Our winemaker Bartho Eksteen is a.k.a. Monsieur Sauvignon Blanc (by Platter Wine Guide), Sage of Sauvignon Blanc (by wine writer Neil Pendock) and Sultan of Savvy (by wine writer Graham Howe) •The first wine farm in the cool climate, premium wine- producing Sondagskloof Wine Ward •For two years running our single varietal Cabernet franc, Swartskaap, receives the coveted SA Terroir Award recognising it as the best in the country (2006 and 2007) •We brought back the concept of the Saturday morning community market where locals meet and greet – the first wine cellar in South Africa to do so •Our popular Food and Wine Market receives up to 1800 visitors on a Saturday - making us the busiest wine cellar in the Overberg and one of the most visited in South Africa •We've hosted important events, such as Afrikaans magazine DE KAT’s 25 birthday celebration •Our cellar yard is the finish line of one of the largest sporting events in the region, the annual Houwhoek Mountain Bike Tour. •As a cellar, we brought back to the region and community the original name the village was given in 1855, "Hermanuspietersfontein " •Bartho accepted into the Cape Winemakers Guild in recognition of his high standards of craftsmanship - the pinnacle of South African wine achievement.

Hess Collection
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Donald Hess is a impressive unique. The Hess Collection vineyards represent the diverse growing conditions seen in the Napa Valley. We grow grapes in both cool climates and hot. Our sites are gently sloped along the Bay to steep in the mountains. History has taught us what is best for our vines, and we learn how to better tend to our vineyards with each passing vintage. This has allowed us to develop site specific viticulture programs for each of our ranches. At the same time we've instituted a number of environmentally- friendly initiatives that keep us at the forefront of sustainable vineyard practices.” – Sander Scheer, Viticulturist

Hole in the water
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The Winemaker Jeff Sinnott produces fragrant Sauvignon Blanc, New Zealand, which represents the striking variety of this type very well. The vineyards are located approximately 40 hectares in Marlborough, Waihopai Valley. Waihopai, in Maori means "hole in the water."

Huerta de Albala
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The philosophy of Huerta de Albalá is to deliver wines that express terroir, with intense colour and purity of varietal flavour, that reflect the zone from which they are from and that display an elegant structure with smooth tannins whilst being rich, powerful and complex. From careful vineyard management to high quality winemaking techniques, the wines are handcrafted to ensure that individual nuances of the vineyard and variety are maintained. Only the best quality fruit is selected, carefully fermented and aged in fine grained Allier oak, culminating in elegant wines of intense richness and complexity.

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In 1998, the Italian-born and successful banker Roberto Bottega founded the Idiom winery. He runs the winery together with his family. Its 40 hectares of Da Capo Vineyards are located at an altitude of approximately 200-350 m above sea level. NN on the back of the Helderberg in close proximity to Sommerset West and False Bay. This location is the southeasternmost corner of the Stellenbosch wine-growing region. Surrounded by the mountains and a picturesque backdrop, the Tasting & Visitor Center overlooks the entire False Bay. First-class cuisine and the winery's top wines round off the enjoyment to perfection!

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Winemaking and street art. For both, the artist must work with an unpredictable canvas, blending instinct and experience to craft something vibrant, gutsy and fleeting. Like the urban art that inspired it, let INTRINSIC be a beautiful reminder that art born in the city—whether on a wall or in a glass—is meant to be shared, not possessed.

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The wines of Iona come from a dramatically unique site in the Cape Winelands. The vineyards are on a mountain plateau 420 metres above sea level, surrounded by the Kogelberg Nature Reserve, and overlooking the Atlantic Ocean. In a country where cool sites are precious, these vineyards are like gold — the grapes ripening up to two months later than other Cape vineyards and in perfect balance. Iona is South Africa's coolest vineyard site. Andrew Gunn and family acquired this beautiful, but run-down apple farm in 1997. It was renamed "IONA" after the remote, spiritual island off the west coast of Scotland. We Gunns can trace our ancestry to the Vikings that landed in Scotland in the 900s, hence the Viking longboat emblem on our labels. Since our first release in 2001, the wines of Iona have quickly made a name as being among the finest in the world. We invite you to visit our mountain vineyards or browse the site for further information, contact details and orders. If you would like to know where to find our wines please check our Agents or call us for restaurant listings in South Africa.

Jean Leon
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The Jean Leon winery was designed and built in 1964, in the Bordeaux Chateau style. It stands at the centre of the estate, at one of its highest points, and is surrounded by the company’s own vineyards. The external appearance of the winery has undergone few changes, and it maintains the same classical presence it had almost 40 years ago. However, from the time it was built, the inside of the Jean Leon winery has always been home to the latest technological advances for the production of wines of the highest expression. The winery’s philosophy has always been oriented towards quality, elegance and limited production so that individualised control of all wines throughout the process can be ensured. This is why, despite the technical advances incorporated by the winery, many tasks are still performed in a manual and traditional way, thus guaranteeing the perfect monitoring of all processes. Oenologist Jaume Rovira continues to oversee all wine production, contributing the knowledge accumulated over many years working on the estate and in the winery. The Jean Leon winery boasts a fine team of staff with extensive experience. Especially worthy of mention is our pago team, which performs all tasks manually, allowing us to carefully select the grapes both in the vineyard and on the selection table at harvest time.

Jordan Winery
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Gary and Kathy Jordan have been making world-class wines since 1993 on a farm with a history going back over 300 years. He's a geologist, she's an economist - together this husband and wife team is a phenomenon. Gary's parents, Ted and Sheelagh, bought the 146 hectare Stellenbosch property in 1982, and embarked on an extensive replanting programme, specializing in classic varieties suited to the different soils and slopes. From the Jordan hillside vineyards one has spectacular panoramic views of Table Mountain, False Bay and Stellenbosch. Gary and Kathy worked internationally for two years, refining their high- energy instincts with practical experience. They returned home to build a cellar in 1992. The following year, the vines were judged ready for making wines that would carry the Jordan name. From that first year it was obvious that a new star had been added to the winemaking firmament. Continuing success has enlarged the team, with the focus on producing fiercely individual wines that combine the fruity accessibility of the New World with the Classic Elegance.

Jose Maria da Fonseca
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A family business with almost two centuries of history, and one that has known how to stay up-to-date without ever sitting back on its laurels. José Maria da Fonseca has been making wines since 1834, resulting from the shared passion of a family that has known how to preserve and project the memory and the prestige of its founder. Well aware of the responsibility of being the oldest producer of table wine and Setúbal Moscatel in Portugal, José Maria da Fonseca follows a philosophy of permanent development, constantly investing in research and production, combining the latest techniques with traditional know-how. An example of this is the José de Sousa Rosado Fernandes Winery, at Reguengos de Monsaraz, Alentejo, where the Roman tradition of clay pot fermentation is maintained alongside the latest technology.

Jose Michel & Fils
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The Domaine José Michel et Fils is located at the heart of a renowned wine growing region, in the vineyards of Moussy village, a few minutes from Epernay, the capital of Champagne. This traditional house that has owned vineyards from 1847 is one of the oldest winegrowing families in the village and uses time honoured methods for making good wine.

Joseph Mellot
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Joseph Mellot: the Sancerre countryside as coat of arms This is Sancerre, an exceptional region of Centre-Loire, ideal for Sauvignon to prosper and for making one of the world's greatest white wines, from which the Joseph Mellot Domain draws its heritage and its strength. Pierre- Etienne Mellot certainly could not have imagined that, in 1513, he would be the first link in a great wine- growing story! Wine-maker by trade, he laid the foundations of a small vineyard at Sancerre, that every generation has since been able to preserve, enhance and improve. So the Mellot family can proudly assert that they have always made wine! And few domains in France can claim such a heritage. The Domain is well- respected for the consistent quality of its wines and has seen significant growth since the 1980s. At that time it covered 50 hectares with precious plots located on the best hillsides. Already well-known in France for the quality of its wines, it is going to spread to the world's best tables, as a credible Ambassador for Sancerre. In 20 years, it will have doubled its size – it now covers more than 100 hectares - and will extend its vineyard into one of the great 'appellations' of the Centre-Loire, such as Pouilly-Fumé, Ménetou-Salon, Quincy, Reuilly or the most confidential but very authentic Coteaux-du-Giennois. Spectacular, masterful progress that is owed to Catherine Corbeau-Mellot, one of the great French ladies of wine. Today, Joseph Mellot, first French Domaine in the Centre-Loire to have obtained ISO 14001 certification, is growing its vines using Sustainable Agriculture. Unanimously hailed as a French reference standard for its elegant and mineral wines as much as for the values it conveys: integrity, respect for the environment, loyalty to the region, today the domain can be found in 47 countries and is well- established in Scandinavia as well as in Asian markets

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Joubert-Tradauw is a family- owned private cellar in the Tradouw Valley in the Little Karoo region on the famous R62. The farm is located just outside the picturesque village of Barrydale. Joubert-Tradauw Private Cellar is passionately focused on producing classic, elegant, handcrafted wines to be enjoyed with good food. The grapes are picked and selected by hand and the wines are all naturally fermented, unfiltered and matured for over a year in Burgundy French oak barrels. Joubert-Tradauw wines are more old-world style than new, and are complex, thinly layered and finely structured with layer-upon-layer aromas. Meyer uses traditional methods and believes in little intervention in the cellar, with a strong emphasis on good viticulture practices. All wines are made in a classical style.

Julian Schaal
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Julien Schaal is a winery in Alsace. In 2011, the eponymous founder, together with Olivier Biecher, went in search of individual vineyards with character in order to lay the foundations for Alsatian Grand Cru wines. Today he runs the winery together with his wife Sophie. In addition to the headquarters in Alsace, the winery operates a branch in South Africa. It goes back to Julien's work in South Africa in 2003. The winemaker Gordon Newton Johnson gave him the jump start to produce a couple of barrels. The focus was and still is today on two grape varieties, Syrah and Chardonnay.

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In 2001 Aurelio Montes, sr. winemaker and founding partner of Viña Montes in Chile, visited Mendoza in Argentina. He was immediately seduced and impressed by its people, terroir, viticulture and enology, and excited by the opportunity to both learn from and contribute his own experience to a wine industry open to innovation. He saw the tremendous potential of the region and of Argentinean wines around the world. After further exploratory trips, Kaiken was founded in 2002. Like the Caiquenes (wild geese) that fly over Patagonia between Argentina and Chile, Montes decided to cross the Andes Mountains which separate the two countries. The aim was clear: to make great wines by combining the exceptional conditions of the Mendoza region with the talents of professionals from Argentina and Chile. Wines that show the best of both sides of the Andes.

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The name Kanonkop is derived from a kopje (hillock), from which a cannon was fired in the 17th Century, to alert farmers in outlying areas that sailing ships plying the waters between Europe and the Far East had entered Table Bay for a stopover at Cape Town.

They would then load their wagons, span their oxen and set off to Cape Town to barter their produce, mainly fresh fruit and vegetables, to the sailors and travellers who had spent many months at sea.

Kanonkop is a fourth generation family estate, which was originally purchased by JW Sauer, a cabinet member in the parliament of the Union of South Africa. His son Paul Oliver Sauer, also a cabinet minister, took over the reins from his father and in 1968 was joined by Springbok rugby great Jan “Boland” Coetzee.

Mary Sauer, daughter of Paul Sauer, inherited the Estate. She married Jannie Krige, a rugby administrator at the University of Stellenbosch, who took early retirement and together with Coetzee made the first estate bottled wines in 1973.

Beyers Truter joined the estate in 1980 with the departure of Coetzee, and together with Johann and Paul, sons of Mary and Jannie, continued the traditions developed on this highly prized estate. More recently Beeslaar, who joined the team in 2002, has taken over from Beyers and continues the good work passed down from generation to generation.

Kellerei Kaltern
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Cantina Kaltern is an old- established cooperative winery representing a whole village and its wine growers. The winery is an ambassador for the wines produced on the shores of Lake Kaltern and especially for the variety Schiava (Kalterersee) – wines that are made by a community of vintners with great sensitivity, passion and expertise, wines with finesse and complexity and yet wonderfully uncomplicated.

Kendall-Jackson Winery
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The Kendall-Jackson Winery vineyards are located in the cool coastal regions of California, where vineyards sit on mountains, ridges, slopes and plains. From these stunningly beautiful sites, the winemakers draw on a rich palette of aromas and flavours to produce wines of exceptional depth and complexity.

Klein Constantia
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"One of the most mythical vineyards in the world..." Described as one of the world’s most beautiful vineyards, Klein Constantia is set amidst ancient trees and lush greenery on the upper foothills of the Constantiaberg, with superb views across the Constantia Valley and False Bay. OUR 146 HECTARE WINE ESTATE originally formed part of "Constantia", a vast property established in 1685 by Simon van der Stel, the first governor of the Cape. This particular valley was chosen not only for its beauty, but also for the decomposed granite soils on its slopes, gently cooled by ocean breezes. Prized by leaders and aristocracy throughout 18th Century Europe, Constantia’s Vin de Constance was revived by Klein Constantia in 1986, reaffirming this unique natural sweet wine’s place in history. Today, Klein Constantia continues to make some of South Africa’s top wines and the world’s best dessert wine; wines that reflect the cool Constantia climate, as well as our historic tradition.

Kleine Zalze
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Kleine Zalze wines are marked by classical structure and complexity matched by a vibrant flavour intensity. Discernibly South African in style, they are refreshing, beautifully balanced and well suited to food. They are made according to traditional methods, with minimal cellar intervention but supported by modern equipment. Each vineyard block is vinified independently to give the winemaking team the building blocks to create wines that taste of place. Close attention is paid to cultivating grapes of exceptional quality and each vineyard is assessed and managed individually during the growth period. Extensive yield reduction is also done to produce the best quality, fruit driven wines with outstanding character and maturation potential. The intensity of the 'New World' in its full fruit flavours, combine with the elegance and structure of the 'Old World', yielding wines of character, complexity, and balance, reflecting our given terroir and climate. This refined approach to viticulture and winemaking, together with the attention to detail and the personal touch that goes with being a family-owned estate, contribute to the ongoing success of Kleine Zalze’s wines.

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Kleinood lies nestled in the Blaauwklippen Valley outside Stellenbosch, where, from a delicate balance between science and passion the Tamboerskloof wines were born. The de Villiers families have left deep footprints in the history of the South African wine industry through the centuries, and Kleinood and the Tamboerskloof wines are no exception. In the year 2000 Gerard de Villiers, a direct descendant of French Huguenot Jacob De Villiers, and his wife, Libby, found the piece of land that stole their hearts – complete with mountains, river and a pristine tract of indigenous forest. They named the farm Kleinood - the Afrikaans word from Dutch and German origin, means something small and precious. This is exactly what Kleinood means to them – a small farm, very dear to their hearts, specialising in the production of only a Syrah based red wine, a small production of Viognier and Syrah Rosé as well as de Boerin extra virgin olive oil.

Kloster Neustift
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The Augustinian Canons Regular monastery of Neustift is located in the northern- most winegrowing region on the southern side of the Alps. The mineral-rich soils, the elevation (1,970 ft – 2,950 ft) and the cool climate are all factors which explain the intense aromas and flavours as well as fruity, mouth- watering acidity found in our wines produced from the typical white Eisack Valley grape varieties. The long drawn-out ripening period extending well into the autumn is crucial. The most widely-grown vines in our vineyards around Vahrn just north of Brixen are Sylvaner, Kerner, Gewürztraminer and Veltliner. The monastery also owns vineyards in the warm central region of South Tyrol which supply the red grapes. They include the full-bodied, savoury Lagrein from the Mariaheim vineyard in Bolzano/Bozen and red wines from the Marklhof estate in the cool rolling hills of Girlan to the south of Bolzano where the grapes are harvested, crushed and the wines matured. The wines include Vernatsch, Pinot Noir and the lusciously sweet Rosenmuskateller (‘Rose Muscat’, the name deriving from the variety’s typical scent of roses). With over 850 years of experience coupled with state- of-the-art winemaking technology, top-class expertise and the enormous enthusiasm the wines generate among our employees, we succeed in producing wines bursting with flavour and varietal character year after year, to the joy of wine-lovers worldwide

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Badische Zeitung: "Thomas and Regina Rinker from the Knab Winery have long been one of the top addresses for Burgundy wines in the Kaiserstuhl.

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The KNIPSER state is family owned since 1850. It is located in the north east part of Pfalz between Grünstadt and Bad Dürkheim (south of Frankfurt and west of Mannheim). The vineyards are located in Laumersheim, Großkarlbach and Dirmstein. The total vinegrowing area is about 40 ha. aumersheim has got a long tradition of wine growing. You can find this mentioned in some old documents in the Lorsch monestary as well as in a donation from Albulf from 30.III. 769". The KNIPSER Estate is a member of "VDP - Die Prädikatsweingüter" since 1993 and also foundation member of Deutsches Barriqueforum. The KNIPSER Estate has also won the 'German Red Wine Price' presented by the 'VINUM' magazine several times as well as Winegrower of the Year 1996 presented by the periodical "Der Feinschmecker".

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"Our family has been operating in Weinheim for more than 40 years in Kirchheim an der Weinstraße and is run in the 3rd generation. Our winery has a unique history in which the carriage plays a special role read more But for us everything started with the production of barrel wine. It was only during the years when the Palatinate became more attractive to wine-growers, that we developed our own collection of wines of the highest quality. Today, we proudly market two excellent wine lines: the "Family Kolb" line and the line of "Calèche" lace plants. So we offer something for almost every taste - whether typical German or internationally expanded. With me the winery now goes into the 3rd generation. My goal is to preserve the traditional values ​​of my family and to let new ideas and modern, wine-making methods be carefully integrated into the harmony of nature. I look forward to seeing you at our historic winery. " Yours Johanna Kolb (Wine- Countess Johanna I)

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The Kollwentz family cultivates the art of wine production and its philosophies in their purest form: our own vineyards, our own grapes, our own wine. We tend and care for 24 hectares of vineyard. Cultivation of the soil and management of the greencover are the twin cornerstones upon which balanced vine-growth is built. Intensive work with the vines – all done by hand – is the key to quality. Only fully ripened and healthy grapes are selectively harvested by hand. We use no botryicides, no insecticides and no herbicides. There is no ‘orange wine’ at the Kollwentz Estate and there are no amphoras. No oak chips are used, and no tannins are added. All white wines, all red wines and all sweet wines are matured in oak casks, for between six to thirty months.

Konrad Wines
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From humble beginnings, to a world wide brand, Konrad Wines has grown from one man’s love of Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc. Over 10 years later, we now produce a premium range of Sauvignon Blanc, Riesling, Gewurztraminer and Pinot Noir. Family owned, grown, and hand crafted, we hope you get as much enjoyment out of our wines as we have had making them.

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The winery Krug Gumpoldskirchen is established since 1746. With 34 hectares of the best locations around Gumpoldskirchen, with its clay and limestone soils, and the climate of the Thermalregion in lower Austria, we create wonderful, powerful and complex white wines and red wines with long maturing and aging potential but also wines for drinking pleasure after a couple of months (youg wines). The vineyards are located on the thermal line climatic zone. Due to the optimal conditions, such as soil, climate, and the location of vineyard places, the Thermalregion area offers the best conditions to produce great red and white wines.

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Art in a wine glass - The detail- loving and perfectionist winemaker from the Rheingau inspires above all with outstanding Rieslings. The winery Künstler has been family-owned since 1648. Until the end of the Second until the end of the Second World War, the family ran their vineyard 80 km north of Vienna. After expropriation and expulsion from his homeland, Franz Künstler founded the winery in Hochheim. the winery in Hochheim in 1965. Due to his strict philosophy of quality philosophy, the estate was immediately successful in numerous tastings and awards. awards.

Kurtatsch Kellerei
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Our vineyards are our most valuable assets. Our steep vineyard sites, situated at altitudes ranging between 220 and 900 meters, are unique in South Tyrol and lend our wines their unique character: early ripening, hot sites for the red wines and high, breezy sites for the whites. Our cellar philosophy is to produce wine in such a way that it reflects its own individual place of origin. The result: top wines that are not only distinctive but also appreciated on an international level. Numerous awards, conferred not only in South Tyrol but also abroad, confirm the exceptional quality of our territorial wines.

Kylie Minogue Wines
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“I am unbelievably humbled and thrilled by the global response to Kylie Minogue Wines. To be the number one Rosé brand in the UK and selling over eight million bottles since we launched and are now in over thirty-one countries is an incredible testimony to the amazing producers and winemakers that we are lucky enough to work alongside. I have been so touched by the joy that Kylie Minogue Wines continue to bring to so many people throughout the world – enjoy responsibly!” Kylie Minogue

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L’Avenir is a leading Stellenbosch boutique winery that specialises in South Africa’s emblematic varietals: Pinotage and Chenin Blanc. Situated four kilometres from Stellenbosch on the slopes of Simonsberg Mountain, the estate is right in the heart of South Africa’s most revered wine appellation. Owned by the French leader of terroir wines, AdVini, L’Avenir produces authentic South African wines, with a touch of French flair.

La Belle Angele
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La Belle Angèle wines are based on French life in the early 20th century. They symbolise the dashing 1920s in France of the last century with painters / artists, elegance, charisma, joie de vivre, discovery, travel and the joie de vivre! The selection of wines is approachable, expressive and fruity and is lovingly selected by the renowned wine producer Badet Clément from the best different vineyards in France.

La Compagnie de Burgondie
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"La Burgondie” was the historical region of France that gave rise to the term Burgundy. Our 800 winegrowing families are enthusiastically committed to sustainable development. We know well our responsibility to society and offer a range of ethical, single- origin wines.

La Motte
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Situated in the beautiful Franschhoek Valley in South Africa’s Cape winelands, La Motte is home to some of South Africa’s finest wines, recognized internationally for their exceptional quality. In harmony with the production of wines, La Motte has also ventured into flower cultivation and the production of ethereal oils. True to its philosophy of a culture of excellence, La Motte maintains a programme of consistent quality improvement, reaching beyond wine production. The estate has a strong commitment to historic and cultural preservation, as well as the active socio-economic upliftment of its workers and their families. With its picturesque setting, historic buildings and rural atmosphere, La Motte is an enchanting destination for visitors to the winelands of the Cape.

La Rioja Alta
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Quality, elegance, innovation, evolution... They are the pillars on which the five founding families erected our winery in 1890 and built a way of living, feeling and producing wines of the highest quality that continue to evolve subtly, perfectly adapting to new tastes. This is how the permanent pursuit of excellence started; a pursuit that continues into the 21st century with identical enthusiasm. We draw the best from our winemaking tradition and wisdom —our own cooperage, manual racking, long ageing periods, etc.— and combine it with the most modern winemaking technology. Today, our wines are an international exemplar of the great wines of Rioja and our brands are present in the best restaurants across all continents.

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Nestled in the heart of the Paarl Mountains, 60 kilometres from Cape Town, South Africa, this historic, original French Huguenot wine farm, offers visitors an unforgettable experience. Purchased in 1972 by KWV, the wine estate boasts a beautiful Manor House, an Historic Wine Cellar, Guest House and Laborie Restaurant, in addition to the production of top quality wines and a brandy.

The restored and stately Manor House is set amid magnificently landscaped gardens. The house is one of the oldest and most important, architecturally speaking, in the Paarl region.

Lafkiotis Winery
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In 1963, the Lafkiotis family, started making wine using some of the best Greek varieties found in Archaies Kleones of Nemea. Today, supported by the experience of many years of producing premium wines, the family continues the tradition by selecting high quality vineyards, makes wine in modern state-of-the art facilities and ages the wines in French, oak barrels in environmentally- controlled cellars.

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Lammershoek was proclaimed in 1718 - one of three farms in the Aprilskloof valley of the Paardeberg. The first vineyards were planted in 1750. The farm has an interesting history and in the past caught the eye of Desiderius Pongrácz who visited the farm in the seventies. He saw the potential of the area and encouraged the then-owner to plant such "exotic" varieties as Harslévelü, Tinta Barocca, Carignan and Grenache Noir. The result is that some of the oldest vines of these varieties in the country are found at Lammershoek. (Recently discovered documents indicate that some of these varieties, including Mourvèdre were planted in the Paardeberg around 100 years ago! Unfortunately these gems were lost due to South Africa's apartheid era style of winemaking). Paul and Anna Kretzel had the good fortune of purchasing the farm in 1995. Initially they continued to deliver the grapes produced on the farm to Perdeberg Co-op. In 2000 the step was taken to renovate the existing cellar at Lammershoek and to produce wine under the Lammershoek label. Günther and Sieglinde Stephan joined as partners in the venture at this time. Albert Ahrens joined in 2002 as winemaker and Carla, Paul and Anna's daughter, joined in 2006 to assist with sales and marketing. As well as local sales, we now export our wine to around 15 countries.

Lands End
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Cape Agulhas, southernmost tip of the African continent. Here the Atlantic and Indian oceans meet in a wild alchemic wind-blown landscape where nature and viticulture combine to create extreme grape-farming conditions. The undulating terrain of vines and indigenous fynbos struggle in the relentless cool winds and dense fog, making it an environment where vines flourish or fail. Wines from these cool climate conditions are characterized by lower alcohols, delicate fruit and balanced by good, natural acidity.

Langen Erben
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Sun, passion and hail: this is the triangle in which the Moselle vintner moves. Since the Romans. This is where it shows who's got what it takes, who understands nature. Quality instead of quantity. The steep slopes in the Green Canyon. The finest manual work all year round. Perseverance. This is the only way to create something special. Healthy ripe, but not too ripe grapes are the goal. Highly selective hand harvesting. For the dry wines we do not accept bloomed botrytis in the harvest box. Gentle pressing. Now the right feeling. Fermentation with natural yeasts. The wines ferment with a maximum of nutrients, the transformation is slow and continuous. The natural vineyard flavour in the wine remains recognisable. That is essential.

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Langmeil's award winning premium range is internationally recognized and they are regarded as one of the top premium wine producers in Australia. The young team is dedicated to the success of the winery, driven only by quality in every aspect. Langmeil is a must visit when you are in the Barossa, with stunning grounds and tours showcasing the notable history to thousands of visitors annually. The Langmeil property was first settled in 1842 by a pioneering settler Christian Auricht and formed one of the district's first villages. Auricht migrated from Prussia after being persecuted for his religious beliefs, and fled to the Barossa for religious freedom. His legacy survives through what's believed to be the oldest known surviving Shiraz vineyard in the world, planted in 1843 by Auricht and today continues to produce fruit for the flagship single vineyard wine The Freedom Shiraz. Life is for living and the season that epitomises this is Spring! Awakening from a winter slumber, the first days of spring bring budburst and a renewed enthusiasm for fun and frivolity. This Spring Fever brings out the best in everyone and is worthy of celebration with good friends and great wine! The Lindner family of Langmeil Winery has been immersed in the Barossa's culture of farming, food, wine and community for six generations. Their commitment to quality in all aspects is unwavering and any wine that bears the Langmeil name represents their family's pursuit of excellence in wine and community.

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Steeped in history dating back to 1692, Lanzerac Wine Estate is a historic landmark and Stellenbosch icon. The grande dame is synonymous with old-world charm and rich Cape heritage. Positioned in the idyllic Jonkershoek Valley on the outskirts of the historical town of Stellenbosch, the Estate boasts views of dramatic mountain ranges, endless rows of lush vineyards and hectares of gardens shaded by giant Oak trees.

Las Moradas de San Martin
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LAS MORADAS DE SAN MARTÍN winery began in 1999 on the Madrid side of the Gredos range of hills, recovering the ancient Garnacha vineyards that have been cultivated since the 12th century in the municipality of San Martín de Valdeiglesias. Pago de los Castillejos is where the Madrid region meets the northern part of Toledo and the southern part of Ávila on the edge of the Gredos range. Its climate and special soils make it possible to make wines with plenty of personality and quality. A commitment to the future of people and this land. “Las Moradas” (known in English as “The Interior Castle”) is the title of the last book Saint Teresa wrote. The name is intended as a nod to literature, as the wine of this area is mentioned by the most important writers of the Spanish Golden Age, and we reflect this on the labels of our bottles.

Laudun Chusclan Vignerons
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Located along the right bank of the Rhône, 15 km from Châteauneuf du Pape, the Laudun and Chusclan vineyards come under the Côtes du Rhône Villages Appellation d'Origine Contrôlée (AOC). The wine-growers of Laudun came together in 1925 and those of Chusclan in 1939. Since 2008 they have joined forces to make certain that their vines, grapes and wines fulfil the ambition of a Spirit of Excellence.

Le Contesse
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Le Contesse is a family-run winery at the foot of the hills of Conegliano Valdobbiadene with its own vineyards and striving for high quality standards. The Bonotto family has been producing sparkling wines here since the early 1970s. For this purpose, Le Contesse's own yeasts are selected, cultivated and propagated. As a result, these wines have an incomparable freshness compared to the use of industrially produced yeasts, which lasts long after opening in the bottle. Many regional and international awards prove the very good quality of the products again and again.

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The winery was started by three friends with almost sixty years of combined experience in the wine trade. Their goal is to produce terrific, genuine and natural Rhône wines. Named after the vineyard located between Remoulin and Avignon, the grapes are harvested and vinified the most natural way possible.

Leopard´s Leap
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Welcome to Leopard’s Leap Family Vineyards, leading wine producer situated in South Africa’s famous Franschhoek Valley. Sourcing grapes from selected vineyards in the Western Cape winelands, Leopard’s Leap Family Vineyards produces and markets quality wines under the Leopard’s Leap label, aimed at consumers with a preference for affordable, easy-drinking wines, fit for any occasion.

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Before there was rally & car racing with left-foot braking, mastering four-, rear- and front- wheel drive, finding the fastest way around the speedways, stress, competition, training, tires testing, and car testing… Now there is the Southern Rhone winery, grape varieties, soil, terroir, oak barrels, steel fermentation tanks, wine blending, wine bottling and wine tasting … But always, always there is… the same passion, balance, calculated risks, sense for detail, fast decisions, methodical approach, patience, precision and… team spirit. How did a rally & racing car driver turn into a winemaker? Dirk, a Flemish Belgian, is a man of many experiences. Without any diploma, without any prospect of a decent job, but incredibly enthusiastic as ever, Dirk Vermeersch dreams, as a young taxi driver, chiefly about making a career in car sport racing. Barely two years after starting in local races, he wins the 24 Hours of Zolder and, that same year 1977, he is the reserve driver of the victorious BMW in the 24 Hours of Spa- Francorchamps. As of that moment, he becomes a professional racing car driver. After a long and successful career in car sport a serious rally accident in 1986 put an end on his racing activities. Dirk is down and out. He takes a step back and embarks on the operation of a petrol station, where he deals simultaneously in used cars. Three years later, his secret wishes to become the dealer of a top-ranking make of cars comes true. Dirk becomes an official Lancia and Maserati dealer, in Schilde, near Antwerp. In 1999, he manages to sell the dealership at a handsome price. Retirement is beckoning, but Dirk is unable to sit idle. Firstly, he gets hold of a ruin in the South of France, and then he starts a construction firm to renovate the wreck, turning it into one of the most beautiful and largest buildings in the region. A third dream comes true: Dirk and his family are running a B&B in Provence. But – perhaps to be predicted? – soon Dirk started to get bored in the countryside buzzing with grasshoppers, cicadas and bees, the scent of blooming lavender,… and started to dream his ultimate dream (4th): making his own wine from the 1.7 hectares of very old Carignan vines (planted in 1961) around the Mas. As a completely self-taught winemaker, he created from scratch the LePlan-Vermeersch Winery with an entirely new style of wines, labels and marketing. His first LePlan GT-S 2003 is awarded 2 stars in the Hachette Guide des Vins and Robert Parker, the famous American Wine Advocate, give his LePlan GT-1 Chateauneuf-du-Pape 95/100 points. The rest is history… Meanwhile his daughter Ann went to the local oenology school in the Châteauneuf du Pape region to learn her trade. Here she met her future husband. Sebastian Barbara is a former rugby player, biker and rock musician. In 2005 they both joined the LePlan Vermeersch Winery. In 2010 the Vermeersch family decided to sell the old Mas and B&B and built a brand new, ultra modern, 2400m² winery in Suze la Rousse, which is situated in the middle of the GT “Grand Terroir” vineyards at Suze la Rousse (village of the Université du Vin). In order to ensure the international demand, they make various partner agreements with local winegrowers. Now there is the Southern Rhone winery, grape varieties, soil, terroir, oak barrels, steel fermentation tanks, wine blending, wine bottling and wine tasting.. But always, always there is… the same passion, balance, calculated risks, sense for detail, fast decisions, methodical approach, patience, precision and… team spirit.

Les Coteaux du Pic
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Les Coteaux du Pic is the result of a merger of three cooperative wineries: - Notre Dame de Londres, where there is a modern grape collection point, - Valflaunès, where the wine is aged and stored, - Saint Mathieu de Tréviers, where the bottling plant and the offices are located. It brings together more than 300 very dedicated winemakers and has state-of- the-art technology. 1,150 Ha. around the Pic Saint- Loup are farmed. The wines of "Les Coteaux du Pic" are regularly awarded at both national and international competitions (Concours Général Paris, Concours Mondial Bruxelles, ...).

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Vestiges of a roman wine estate, architecture from the 13th century, a classified historical site…Here, the visitor is immersed in the history of Pays d’Oc! After a history lesson, some “other” pleasures with a gourmet tasting! Our wines are also inspired by its ancient culture and this wild land. You will find some fresh and light whites, some great rosés for those long summer evenings, and some reds with a personality and a truly distinctive charm. Originally founded during the Roman times, the estate became a fortified village during the Middle Ages, surviving the centuries with success. The estate has been looked after by the “VIC” family since 1905, which testifies of the link between these men and their soil. 230 hectares extend all around the castle. 160 hectares of vines are being grown on a variety of soils.

Les Vignerons de Bel-Air
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The story of these men begins at the dawn of the Great Depression when a handful of winemakers in the Beaujolais, at that time affected by the 1929 crisis, decided to join their forces to resist better the economic storm: the Vignerons de Bel Air winery was born. Over time the rows and the production of the winery increased. The work tools were constantly upgraded and the first shop was built in 1984 to welcome the wine lovers. Finally in 2008 the winery of Bel Air, located in Saint Jean d’Ardières, merged with the Chiroubles winery and now has a second production site at the heart of the crus. Nowadays Les vignerons de Bel Air represent 250 members and 700 hectares with the 10 crus of Beaujol ais. Thanks to the old and true friendship between the winemakers and a great establishment in the villages around, the Bel Air winery is based on a tough and dynamic core.

Les Vignobles Foncalieu
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Les Vignobles Foncalieu are a union of cooperatives anchored in the heart of Languedoc. Our territory stretches from the Corbières massif to the banks of the Mediterranean, from the Mistral- swept hillsides to the sun-caressed plains between Carcassonne and Béziers. It is in the heart of these landscapes, situated between ocean and mountains, that all our wine- growers tend to our 4,000 hectares of vines every day in order to offer Foncalieu the high-quality grapes used to produce exceptional wines. A cooperative with strong values since 1967, our 650 winegrowers cultivate team spirit, authenticity, innovation and a shared passion… all of which have led Foncalieu to be named as one of the 50 most well- known brands of wine in the world by the trade magazine Drinks International in 2017.

Lievland Vineyards
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Lievland, directly translated, means “love land” and there are few who come to this farm that aren’t charmed by its bucolic beauty. Twenty years ago, Lievland was considered one of South Africa’s top estates. Jose Condé and Tyrrel Myburgh, partners in MAN Family Wines, purchased the farm in late 2017 with the goal of resurrecting it to its former glory. “The first time we visited the farm, we were struck by two horses that had adopted a baby springbok. This touching scene inspired our label: Cupid, the god of love, riding a springbok, South Africa’s national animal.” Jose Condé, director

Lis Neris
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1981 was the turning point in the history of the winery. That was the year we introduced a new approach to production aimed at up-grading quality. White wines proved to be the best expression of our “terroir” and they became the focus of our mission. Our aim today is to produce wines of increasingly high quality and our role is to create the conditions to let this happen. Winery in the Colli Gorizia in Friuli region in Italy. End of the 19th Century, the family Pecorari their viticultural activity near the old village of San Lorenzo Isontino. The village is located in Friuli - the 23 hectares of vineyards of the estate lie on a small plateau and are characterized by gravelly soils and rocks from the Quaternary. Today the winery Lis Neris, Alvaro Pecorari of the fifth generation is kept. In Lis Neris focus is primarily on the production of sophisticated wines and strives in giving the available natural resources, the wines more polish and refinement. Another foundation stone for today's success is also the most modern cellar technology. At the estate, are processed exclusively own grapes. In the basement the entire harvest is fermented in stainless steel tanks with controlled temperature control. The new wine of the best grapes is aged in small French oak barrels to achieve more complexity and balance. The most influential Italian wine guide Gambero Rosso, gave them six times two, and once even three glasses

Loch Lomond

Loch Lomond Distillery is a single malt Scotch whisky distillery in Alexandria, Scotland, near Loch Lomond. The history of the distillery dates back to 1814, when it was originally founded at the north end of Loch Lomond near Tarbet (known as Tarbat). The current Loch Lomond Distillery was established in 1964 by the former owners of the Littlemill Distillery in Bowling. Production began the following year, 1965. After a break in production in 1984, Glen Catrine Bonded Warehouses took over the business and resumed malt production in 1987. Grain whisky production began in 1993 and two new malt stills were added in 1999. At that time, Loch Lomond Distillery was the only distillery in Scotland to produce both grain and malt whisky.

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Lomond, with its unique Southerly position is ideally situated to be cooled by sea breezes in the summer months, ensuring the best environment for its boutique selection of grape varietals. The cultivars grown were carefully selected to complement the variety of soils on the farm, and this, combined with the farm’s location, allow for the production of superb single-vineyard wines from individual vineyard blocks. Part of the the Walker Bay Fynbos Conservancy, Lomond focuses on sustainability and the preservation of biodiversity on the farm, Where possible, organic and natural farming methods are used, in order to produce unique wines that are a true reflection of their environment. Part of the the Walker Bay Fynbos Conservancy, Lomond focuses on sustainability and the preservation of biodiversity on the farm, Where possible, organic and natural farming methods are used, in order to produce unique wines that are a true reflection of their environment.

Los Vascos
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Domaines Barons de Rothschild-Lafite took over the Los Vascos estate (Los Vascos meaning The Basques, in honour of its Basque origins) in 1988. At the time, the property extended to some 2,200 hectares, of which 220 hectares were under vine. The pioneering ambition of DBR in Chile was above all the result of extensive research into the potential of local wines. Many properties were visited and very many wines were tasted before choosing Los Vascos, because of its location near the ocean and its exceptional soil. Along with ideal weather conditions, Los Vascos benefits from intense exposure to the sun, adequate water sources, semi- arid soils and little risk of frost. At an average of 130m above sea level and at just 40 kilometres from the Pacific Ocean, the microclimate of Viña Los Vascos has everything to produce fine wines. The new Los Vascos project included major investment under the direction of the Technical Director at Château Lafite Rothschild from 1983 to 1994. The vineyard was restructured, a replanting programme was put in place and yields were reduced. Drilling provided a plentiful source of water and a weather monitoring station was installed in the vineyards. The bodega itself was enlarged and modernised step by step to cope with the new requirements in winemaking and ageing. The refurbishment included the installation of stainless steel tanks, pneumatic presses and improvement to the barrel cellar. The aim of all the improvements to the winery and the vineyard was to improve quality and, under the supervision of Claudio Naranjo, a new team of local management was recruited. Los Vascos is now a single plot, 580-ha vineyard in the heart of a 3,600-ha hacienda. Gradually, the improvements to the property have been mirrored in the wines and the vineyard’s increasing maturity has meant that premium wines like Los Vascos Grande Réserve and Le Dix de Los Vascos have been added to the range. In recent vintages, the wines overall have shown increasing concentration and finesse. The finishing touch to the estate has been the construction of a new guesthouse, designed in the traditional Chilean architectural style.

Louis Jadot
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The history of the house dates back to the year 1859, when Louis Jadot Denis founded the Wine House in the heart of Burgundy. Looking at the houses of Burgundy wine, it has just Louis Jadot in recent years made a spectacular development. Robert Parker is full of praise for the wines of the house. Systematically for years almost the entire gain in new vineyards, wooden barrels and best modern Vinifikationsanlagen is invested. This pays off: In an impressive wine quality.

Louis Roederer Champagner
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One of the last great independent and family-run Champagne Houses. When he inherited the Champagne House in 1833, the aesthete and entrepreneur Louis Roederer took a visionary approach to enriching his vines, aiming to master every stage of the wine’s creation. He forged the wine’s unique style, character, and taste. In the mid-nineteenth century, Louis Roederer acquired some of Champagne’s grand cru vineyards—an approach that contrasted sharply with contemporary practices.. While other Houses bought their grapes, Louis Roederer nurtured his vineyards, familiarized himself with the specific characteristics of each parcel, and methodically acquired the finest land. Louis Roederer’s guiding principle was that all great wine depends on the quality of the soil, a passion for tradition, and an astute vision of the future; the fame and reputation of the House of Louis Roederer was firmly established. His heir, Louis Roederer II was equally enlightened and adopted his father’s conscientious approach to the production of champagne, patrimonial estate management, and instinctive audacity.

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The art of Chardonnay Louisvale, with its elegant, 100 year old Sir Herbert Baker-designed homestead, is situated at the foot of the majestic Stellenbosch mountains in verdant Devon Valley, and its lush, manicured vineyards produce outstanding wines, particularly Chardonnay. Towering oak trees protect this island of peace and tranquility from the outside world, although it is a mere 40 minute drive from the cosmopolitan city of Cape Town. Louisvale's journey began with the planting of the first vines in 1989, shortly after the property was bought by Hans Froehling and Leon Stemmet in 1988. Hans and Leon were the perfect and most flamboyant ambassadors for the range of Chardonnays that enjoyed a special place in the South African market and which still boasts a loyal following. During 1993, Marinus Bredell took over the winemaking role and decided to include red wines in what was then exclusively, a Chardonnay range. In July 1997, a brand new cellar welcomed wine maker Simon Smith who has nurtured the vines and wines with a passion for the past fifteen years. In September 2010, a group of four business friends, Altmann Allers, Hendrik Kluever, Zane Meyer and Johann Kirsten acquired Louisvale. They have tended this gem ever since.

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A magnificent estate nestled in the fertile bowl of the Helderberg Mountains. Lourensford Estate, founded in 1700, a proud history joins with a dynamic new vision to create a giant among South African wine producers. Utilising unique technology and reaping the benefits of global expertise and optimal terroir, the wines of Lourensford are becoming well-recognised icons of true style and sophistication.

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Some people describe Luddite Shiraz as Niels Verburg contained in a glass; Niels is six foot four and when he smiles appears to be beaming an embrace in your direction. As a young winemaker traveling the world Niels confirmed his love for Shiraz when working a harvest in Australia but it was a winery in Chile that inspired his wine-making method, ‘It was as if I’d gone back 20 years, it was ramshackle, chaotic but they had great fruit and passion and I'd never seen that quality of wine.' 'The nitty gritty of good winemaking is to have good grapes, good yeast and good barrels,' says Niels, ‘Being hi- tech and cutting edge isn't important to me. When you go into a winery and see the centrifuges and reverse osmosis, it’s like going into the kitchen of a top restaurant and seeing a microwave, you think “Hey, that’s not right”.’ The first vintage of Luddite Shiraz was released in 2000. 'There’s been an improvement every year,' says Niels. 'The ultimate goal would be a perfect wine but of course that doesn’t exist.Ä

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The Biscardo Family have been making wine from their base in Soave for over 150 years and the operations are currently led by brothers Maurizio and Martino Biscardo. Renowned for their Proseccos and Corvina based reds in particular, they are also involved in a fascinating project in Puglia. During the course of Maurizio's long and illustrious career, he has consulted for well known wineries around Italy and in doing so he came across the vineyards that provide the grapes for their Puglian wines. Both the Pugliese and Veneto wines are characterised by a dangerous drinkability, aromatic purity and exceptional value for money.

Macia Batle
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Macia Batle, which is located in Santa María del Camí (Majorca) and contains the latest facilities, machinery and advanced technology, develops 150 hectares of vineyards in order to prepare excellent wines that display the special characteristics of the land and the varieties native to the island (Mantonegro, Callet and Prensal). To this end, they have a highly qualified team of oenologists and grape- growers to make Macià Batle the benchmark Majorcan winery.

Maison JanotsBos

We at JanotsBos make real terroir wines, in which we express the ensemble of soil and climat optimally. Our wines are matured in French oak. We make sure the oak adds to the structure and finesse of the wine. The oak will however never dominate the wine, but will always be integrated subtly and delicately. We use French oak, both Allier and Vosges, with a light toasting. Dependent on the appellation we determine the type we are using. You'll find our style of wine making in all our wines. We strive for natural wines of the highest quality by avoiding additives and superfluous manipulations. It's a pure style, focussing on expressing the terroir. Each and every appellation we produce is different from the others. But the same style is always present.

Maison Rigal
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RIGAL was founded in 1755 in Cahors, the original birthplace of the Malbec grape variety. It has built up a unique expertise with this grape variety which it explores in all its nuances in the finest terroirs of Cahors, through its signature RIGAL brand and its prominent partner estates. From over 250 hectares of vineyards in Cahors, RIGAL produces and markets expressive Cahors wines from both the valley and the plateau, a unique offering crowned by the very fine, elegant wines from Château de Chambert. Based in Cahors, RIGAL has been an important wine company in the Southwest of France. It brings you a comprehensive range of unique and generous wines from this region.

MAN Family Wines
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It all started as a simple plan: to make a wine that we’d love to buy. We wanted quality wine that offered excellent value and great packaging. Not exactly an epiphany, perhaps, but enough to motivate us into action. Of course, first we had to come up with a name. To keep peace in the families, we took our wives’ initials (we each have one wife) — that is how we explained to Marie, Anette and Nicky that we were going to be “busy” most weekends. “It’s for you!” we told them. And mostly it’s true. We are José Conde and brothers Tyrrel and Philip Myburgh. We started making wine together in 2001. We’re further supported by a group of dedicated grape growers from the Agter-Paarl region. From our first 300 cases made in a tractor shed, we have grown to producing over 175 000 cases per year and exporting to 25 countries. Our biggest selling wines are our chenin blanc and cabernet sauvignon, but our area is also well known for shiraz and pinotage. And we think our other wines are pretty good, too.

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A UNIQUE HISTORY Created in 1996 by a master Italian glass designer, Manon is featured as an original slender feminine silhouette. This unique bottle has seen its design modernised over the years and confers both identity and character to this Côtes de Provence wine. Manon is also a tribute to a famous and popular name for girls in the French Provence region. This vintage is after the image of the name, free spirited yet true to its terroir of origin: The Provence.

Marco Felluga
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Marco Felluga and Russiz Superiore are two of the most prestigious wineries of Collio region: they have an enduring relationship with the wine - began over a century ago, in the second half of 1800, in Istria - that can be considered a true dynasty of winemakers, that has been able to exploit the potential of some varieties and territories suited to the vine. In the 30’s, after the World War I, Giovanni Felluga decided to move to Friuli and more precisely, in the Collio. Marco, the penultimate of his seven children, continued the family business and in 1956 he founded the company which has his name. Thanks to him, who trained as a young man at the prestigious school of oenology of Conegliano, we have the path of innovation, quality and research. The balance managed between innovation and tradition have made his company a benchmark for the entire territory. Today, his son continues on the path of absolute quality: Roberto represents the fifth generation of winemakers and leads both companies, Marco Felluga in Gradisca d'Isonzo (Gorizia) and Russiz Superiore in Capriva del Friuli (Gorizia).

Marco Porello
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"The rising star" is how Marco Porello is known in English- speaking countries. His convincing wines have made a big name for themselves there in a short time and here too he convinces with his independent wines. He has been running the family winery in Canale since 1994 and has invested a lot of strength and energy in the old vineyards and the latest cellar technology right from the start. Most of the vineyards were planted in the 19th century. For him, the work in the vineyard is the most important thing. He spends more than 2000 hours there a year and often forgets the time in his passion. He knows and studies every parcel, every soil formation and every microclimate in detail. He grows his Roero Arneis on just 4 hectares.

Mare Magnum
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It is common knowledge today that there are many wineries located around the world capable of producing high quality wines. So while there is a good selection of expensive wines available, the highest demand is actually for quality wines at reasonable prices. That is the segment Mare Magnum is focused upon. Takis Soldatos and Mario Calzolari, working together we have created Mare Magnum - a new wine company with production in various regions of Italy such as Apulia, Abruzzo, Sicily and Veneto. In addition, a international team of winemakers is constantly travelling the globe, collaborating with local producers and creating other alluring and modern wines. Mare Magnum currently involved in places as diverse as France, Spain, South America, Australia, New Zealand and South Africa. In every country and with every wine, the ultimate goals are an outstanding value-for-money in an attractive and innovative packaging.

Marimar Estate
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Since the mid-1980s generated Miguel Torres' most talented sister Marimar in California's Russian River Valley Chardonnay and Pinot Noir excellent wines that reflect the character of the exceptional situation perfectly. The approximately 33-acre vineyard, which they have invested jointly with her father and he had named in honor of Don Miguel, is located in Green Valley, one because of its proximity to the Pacific Ocean rather cool area in Sonoma County. The resulting extended maturity periods that allow the grapes to develop their full, intense flavor in peace. The European high density planting of the vines of almost 5,000 plants / ha (about four times more common than in California) reduces the income and thus also carries a significantly higher concentration of flavors, sophistication, elegance and balance of the wines. The vines are planted on phylloxera-resistant rootstocks and are farmed organically - since 2006 it has even begun to biodynamic farming methods.

Mas d'Andrum
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Carolina du Toit, owner of South African wine estate Mont du Toit is to find anything on the lookout for a new challenge in southern France. In the Costières de Nîmes appellation, at the extreme east of the Languedoc wine region, she bought the 17-hectare vineyard Mas d'Andrum. Bernd Philippi of Koehler- Ruprecht estate in the Pfalz advises Mas d'Andrum in the vineyard and the cellar.

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Masi production strategy aims to emphasize the personality of each single product, while maintaining a recognisable Venetian style. In 1958, Masi was in the forefront of the work to identify the historic "cru" vineyard sites for Amarone. In 1964, Campofiorin was the first in a new category of wines, reinventing the technique of double fermentation and continually updating it. Masi has also updated the style of Amarone, using new appassimento and vinification technologies. Masi wines are modern, attractive, well-balanced and easily identifiable; characteristics which have earned Masi recognition for having "revolutionized the art of wine-making in the Venetian region". Hugh Johnson defines Masi as "a touchstone for Veronese wines".

Mayr Unterganzner
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In the year 1629 Simon Mayr „Kuchenmayr“ from Völs am Schlern purchased the Unterganznerhof. The Mayr family have lived and worked there for more than ten generations. The property has always been passed on from father to son, that is why it is called „an inherited estate“. This estate is a typical example of the South Tyrolean closed farm system. Only through generations of experience, dedication, devotion and solidarity on the estate, it is possible to produce such supreme quality wine in its present form.

Meerlust Estate
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Metzer Family Wines
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Metzer Family Wines was established in 2006. Our mission is to produce wines that are expressive and individual, employing artisanal, non- interventionist principles in the vinification process. The guiding principle driving this process is that the wine-making must always respect the fruit. On the red side our focus is largely on Syrah as we believe few red grape varieties, are capable of responding so articulately to different terroirs; while few grape varieties have such a perfect balance of masculine and feminine qualities. In terms of white varieties, our passion is Chenin blanc. With its versatility and immense range of flavours, it is a variety which lends itself so naturally to minimalist winemaking. Our grapes are ethically cultivated, respecting both the environment and human resources. In the cellar, a great emphasis is placed on the minimum handling of fruit, and no mechanical interventions with pumps, filters and reverse osmosis machines are ever used in the process. Fermentation by indigenous yeasts, alive on the grapes and resident in the cellar, lead to long, stable extraction times. Wines are bottled unfined and unfiltered to preserve the "life-forces" from vineyard to bottle.

Michel Torino El Esteco
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French immigrants David and Salvador Michel founded the winery in 1892, and it soon became one the pioneering establishments in the art of Argentine winemaking. Blessed by the assets of the region and the dedication of its staff, it has since then earned well-deserved recognition for the high quality of its products.

Middelvlei Stellenbosch Wines

In 1919 two brothers, Marthinus and Niels Momberg, bought Middelvlei and moved their families onto the farm. A year later the first wines were pressed, mainly fortified at that stage. Their two sons, Stiljan (quiet Jan) and his cousin, also Jan but called Jan Bek (because of his more outgoing and voluble personality), inherited the farm in 1960. In 1963 Stiljan bought his cousin's half share in the farm, to become sole proprietor. Jan Bek went on to buy nearby Neethlingshof Estate and subsequently entered politics. Over the next thirty years, Stiljan set about establishing one of the model wine farms in the district.

Miguel Torres
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The Torres headquarters, in Vilafranca del Penedès, is the root of a great dream that has grown since the very first day. Nowadays, Torres has more than 1,300 hectares of its own vineyards and is present in more than 150 countries. The Torres name is associated in some of these countries with the best wines in the world.

Miles Mossop
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Miles Mossop Wines burst onto the scene in 2004 when the first wines were made: Max 2004 and Sakia 2004. Max is a blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Petit Verdot and more recently Malbec, and Saskia, a blend of Chenin blanc, Viognier and more recently Clairette blanche. Later, in 2009, a third wine was introduced, the Kika 2009, a botrytised wine made in the Noble Late Harvest style from 100% Chenin blanc. It is a family business with Miles Mossop (winemaker at Tokara winery) as winemaker and viticulturist. The wines are named after Miles and Samantha Mossop's three children, Saskia-Jo, Maximilian and Kika. Production is limited to 1,000 nine liter cases which results in approximately 475 cases of Max, 475 cases of Sakia and 50 cases of Kika. We aim to achieve wines with finesse and elegance but still showing aspects of power and fruit concentration, having great texture while maintaining balance. These are truly handcrafted wines showing pure fruit expression and, more importantly, a sense of place

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Situated in Montagu, the heart of Route 62, and just two hours from Cape Town, Mimosa Lodge is the perfect place to relax, unwind and explore. The Lodge is a delightful retreat with an enviable reputation for personal attention, hospitality and care. Mimosa Multiple Award Winning Restaurant is renowned for its superb cuisine, run by owner-chef Bernhard Hess, the emphasis is on local, fresh and seasonal produce. The flowers of the Mimosa tree are infinitely complex, made up of hundreds of individual strands that together form a single round flower. This contrast between complexity and straightforward elegance is carried through in the Mimosa wines, which bring together a wide range of intricate flavours to create a beautifully crafted wine. Seduction for the tongue. Sunshine for the soul.

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The strategy ist that to source new wines from the plenty of unique ancient vineyards typical of Italy, rediscovering, with the new technologies of wine-making, the value of the Italian tradition. This philosophy has been the trigger to develop a large range of Southern-Italian wines, especially from Sicily, Apulia, Campania and from other regions like Veneto, Abruzzo and Tuscany, offering them with an elegant style and a modern packaging enabling them to compete with the strong international new world producers, still with modesty but with the consciousness of their quality. Now, these wines are, with great satisfaction, worldwide appreciated.

Mont du Toit
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Mont du Toit Kelder lies at the foot of the Hawequa mountain, Wellington, Western Cape, bordering Paarl, the centre of wine production in South Africa, some 65 km north-north-east of Cape Town. Twenty eight hectares of vines grow on sunny, north and northwest facing slopes of weathered granite and Clovelly Hutton soils, with sandy loam in the lower areas. Only red varieties have so far been planted - Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Cabernet Franc, Shiraz, Alicante Bouschet, Mourvedre, Petit Verdot, Tinta Barocca. Wine production at Mont du Toit is based on a traditional 'low-tech' approach. The entire Mont du Toit philosophy relies on the growing of the right grapes, keeping yields down, doing green harvesting (pruning away excessive grapes) at veraison and meticulously selecting only fully ripe fruit by hand during harvest time.

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The winery Discover Wines is located in the Curico Valley, one of the most famous wine regions of Chile. This winery is exemplary in many ways since the mid-80s as an example of the vote in the Chilean wine. The grapes grown in the 19th Century are imported from France. The winery is named after Aurelio Montes, who has dedicated himself as winemaker and partner of Discover Wines.

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The beautifully neat vineyards of MontGras, in the locality of Palmilla, Colchagua, VI Region of Chile, represent the concrete testimony of the development and the desire to do things right that have always characterized the Gras brothers, Hernán and Eduardo, along with partner Cristián Hartwig. Inspired by Hernán Gras, who has a brilliant winemaking trajectory in Canada, along with the entrepreneurial vision of his brother Eduardo and Hartwig's pragmatic businesses view, who comes from a winemaking family and who in addition has strong bonds with Colchagua, joined together to give to life to Viña MontGras in 1993, the first project of MontGras Properties. MontGras, that has always had state-of-the-art technology in all its processes, set out from its conception to be the winery with the best premium wine from Chile. It is no accident then, the great amount of international prizes that have recognized the professional work, the constant quality and the innovation of MontGras wines. In this, like corporative culture, people have been key. As Hernán Gras, Chairman of the Board says, "our philosophy has to do with producing quality Chilean wines at exceptional value, which reflect the specific terroir from where the grape come from. Although we count on the equipment and the technology, it is definitively our people that make the difference. To create a wine is a true art in which all the senses are used."

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Mooiplaas, meaning beautiful farm, is situated high in the Bottelary Hills of Stellenbosch, heart of the Cape Winelands. Here the Roos Family produce a range of acclaimed and award winning boutique style wines that reflect their unique terroir. The Estate that offers breathtaking views of Table Mountain, flanked by Table Bay & False Bay to the west and Stellenbosch surrounds to the east also boasts a 50ha private nature reserve dedicated to the preservation of the Cape Floral Kingdom.

Moonlight & Roses
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Situated between the sea and the mountains, between a horizon of peaks and the haze of sea spray, Moonlight & Roses is made with grapes grown in a fresh clay- limestone soil in a vineyard at an altitude of 400 meters. The young and strong vines express all the generosity of Provence.

Moroki Wine
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Moroki Wine Co is a wine cooperative, an autonomous association of wine enthusiasts from vineyard owners to distributors who have one objective in mind: deliver modern wine products that best highlight small parcels of high quality fruit sourced from the world famous Marlborough region.

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The Winery Mottura’s historic winery is located in Tuglie, in the province of Lecce, representing a typical example of late 19th century industrial architecture. The winery’s modern equipment coexists with the building’s marvellous ancient cross vaults. The functional restored winery is where the wine is aged in steel and in oak casks before being bottled and stored. The winery in Tuglie has a storage capacity of 8000 hectolitres and boasts all the most advanced wine stabilisation technologies. The winery’s top wines are aged in oak casks in the barrel cellar. All areas are temperature controlled to guarantee optimal product conservation. The modern bottling line is operated using procedures which protect product quality and preserve the properties of the product from the vineyard to the wine cellar.


Family run since 1937, Établissements Jean-Pierre Moueix is also the owner and producer of several prestigious crus, including Château La Fleur- Pétrus, Château Trotanoy, and Château Hosanna in Pomerol; Château Bélair-Monange Premier Grand Cru Classé in Saint- Émilion; and, in Napa Valley, California, Dominus Estate and Ulysses.

Mount Riley Wines
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Mount Riley Wines is a family owned and run Marlborough winery with strong values and a fiercely independent spirit. We make standout NZ wines with pure, vibrant fruit flavours and aromas. We aim to capture the essence of our land in each vintage.

Mulderbosch Vineyards
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Mulderbosch Vineyards, situated in the Stellenbosch Hills area outside Stellenbosch, is widely accepted as being one of the best white wine producers in the country. They are committed to conserve our unique natural heritage, landscape and natural biodiversity by implementing environmentally responsible management practices on the land and in the cellar. As a member of BWI (Biodiversity and Wine Initiative), harmony is central to the philosophy of Mulderbosch where nature is as much appreciated as the wine. At Mulderbosch Vineyards the quality and character of the wines are recognized nationally and internationally.

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History: Napier Winery, set in a magnificent valley close to Wellington in the Western Cape, owes its name to Sir George Napier, Governor of the Cape of Good Hope from 1837 to 1843. It was Napier that christened the quaint rural town after the famous Duke of Wellington. People: Present owner, Michael Loubser, purchased the farm in 1989. In a short while facilities on the farm were upgraded. A modern winery was built, followed by a modern maturation and fermentation cellar. The new millennium added a brandy distillery, and alongside quality, handcrafted wines, now stands the Sir George potstill brandy. Napier Winery, under the careful eye of viticulturist, winemaker and estate manager, Leon Bester, strives to make premium wines (red and white) that rank with the best in the world, while reflecting the warmth of their African roots. Grapes are grown on the farm, picked and sorted by hand, and vinified with great care. Terroir: Half of the 66 hectare farm is under vines. During the upgrading process, careful consideration was taken not to damage the indigenous green „footprint‟that lives alongside the vineyards. Seven dams provide plenty of irrigation water for the vineyards. Grape varieties include: Chenin Blanc, Chardonnay, Colombar, Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, Merlot, Malbec, Petit Verdot and Shiraz.

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The Neethlingshof estate lies just outside the town of Stellenbosch in the heart of the Cape Winelands. Easily accessible from Cape Town off the N2, it is flanked by the Bottelary Hills on the one side and Papegaaisberg Mountain on the other. Its deep soils are mainly of the Villafonté, Tukulu and Oakleaf types, all with high or very high potential for viticulture. Eight clearly distinguishable terroirs, each characterised by unique slopes, aspects and altitudes, have been identified. By choosing the correct location, it has been possible to enhance the natural flavour and aroma of all the cultivars selected for planting. The height of the vineyards above sea level vary from 65 metres to 280 metres and from the highest vineyards there are clear views of False Bay 20 km away as the crow flies. The high-lying vineyards benefit from cooling southeaster winds as well as from the northwester coming off the cold Atlantic. Mist often forms on the higher slopes

Neil Ellis
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Mindful that no single vineyard can satisfy the needs of all grape varieties, Neil Ellis set out to identify distinct terroir in which individual varieties will excel. He placed the emphasis not only on the environment but also on caring viticultural practices by a dedicated team of growers which extends through to the winemaking practices. Today the journey of Neil Ellis Wines is not only of Neil Ellis anymore. After four decades of making wine, the next stage of the journey has begun with Neil's son, Warren, sharing responsibilities of winemaker and viticulturist in the pursuit of quality winemaking. Neil's youngest son, Charl heads the financial team while his daughter Margot fulfills the role of brand Manager.

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Derrick Neleman is founder and owner of Bodegas Neleman and named Most Inspiring Entrepreneur of the year. Together with his team of Spanish and Dutch wine enthusiasts, he works passionately on his mission to be as sustainable as possible: making the wine world a bit more beautiful.

Newton Johnson Vineyards
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Newton Johnson Vineyards is owned and managed by the Newton Johnson family. The farm is based in the upper Hemel en Aarde Valley near the seaside town of Hermanus, an hour and a half’s drive out of Cape Town. This is a popular tourist destination, famous for some of the most spectacular land- based whale watching in the world lush indigenous fynbos, a floral kingdom, home to 1500 species and exclusive to the Cape, mountain walks and bike trails. Led by Dave, a Cape Wine Master with a thesis on Pinot Noir, and his wife, Felicity (nee Newton), the Newton Johnson family moved to the Upper Hemel en Aarde Valley in 1995, built a cellar and started planting vines shortly thereafter. This enthusiasm for wine and Pinot noir in particular, was passed on to and eagerly adopted by his sons, Bevan and Gordon. They in turn have taken this family cellar and vineyards to new heights in exploring the nuances of this grape and their vineyards. The Hemel-en-Aarde Valley has seen an explosion of quality Pinot noir over the last decade, and they believe it to be capable of producing wines of world renowned authenticity. Their focus is ever more on perfecting techniques in the vineyard and cellar that resonate the best of their conditions. The sloped vineyards face the southern winds of the cold Atlantic which couple freshness with the linearity and florals produced in the wines by their granite soils. It is a discovery of this translation from their farm that encourages them to make wines free from the distortion of modern convention and convenience, wines with purity of flavour and natural expression. As testimony to the quality of their wines, they have won various awards in the Platters South African Wine Guide, with the 2013 Family Vineyards Pinot Noir earning a 5 stars rating for the 6th consecutive year.

Nino Negri
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In the 1400s the palazzo was given to valiant soldier and military captain Stefano Quadrio by the Duke of Milan. Conferred with the title of governor of the Valtellina, Stefano chose as his coat of arms three cubes placed in a triangular shape to denote the balance and stability of his power, depicted in several bas reliefs inside and outside of the castle. Quadrio invested his energies in growing grapes and selling wine, and the ancient cellars beneath the castle can still be admired today. History has it that as governor he was successful in making wine an important resource for the valley. There is still an old winepress displayed in the castle. The castle then passed to Nino Negri, from Aprica, because he married one of the owners of the house before 1897, and they decided to turn it into their business headquarters. Today Nino Negri best represents those Valtellina wineries that merge tradition and technology.If you want great results then you have to work hard and continue to invest in the cellars and in the rows. There are now 1,500 new French and American oak barriques down in the cellar, completing the replacement of the large old barrels with over a hundred of different sizes, all smaller so as to allow for a more ample selection of musts. There are also new steel tanks and state-of-the-art fermentation tanks that allow us to put in place new winemaking systems.New clone selections of Nebbiolo and new contour planting of 11 of the 31 hectares on the estate have also gone ahead.

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Moa Gürbüzer is a former family terapeut and social worker with over 2 decades of experience. She worked mainly with alcohol related family issues and saw, first hand, the detrimental effects of alcohol on our society. She was astonished by how recurrent so many of the issues were and realized there need to be a structural change. She quit her job and, in 2013, she started Oddbird. Her vision was to question and change the alcohol norms of society by creating world class wines but liberating them from alcohol. Today Oddbird is the largest producer of wines liberated from alcohol in Scandinavia. We produce quality wines, made with traditional methods and matured for up to 12 months, and then gently liberated from alcohol in order to preserve the flavors nature intended. But liberated from alcohol does not only describe the removal of the substance. It also describes the liberation from our drinking culture. Liberation from norms and the preconceived notion that alcohol is an integral part of celebratory occasions. Liberation is the ability to chose between with or without alcohol. Liberation is a desired outcome of democratization which is exactly what we intend to do with the dinner table.

Oldenburg Vineyards
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Oldenburg Vineyards is an independent family run boutique winery aiming to make some of the finest and most respected wines. Due to some heritage, careful planning, and a large amount of good fortune we are the custodians of a small corner of Stellenbosch, tucked away in the mountains in an area known as Banghoek. We believe we have some of the finest terroir in South Africa, with some magnificent views, and a truly unique and beautiful setting. We handcraft small quantities of both red and white wines, using only grapes from our estate. Careful study of our soils, temperatures, wind variations and sunlight aspects led us to planting Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, Syrah, Merlot, Chardonnay and Chenin Blanc, plus a few interesting blending varietals. Central to our belief is the fact that great wines only come from the highest quality grapes. What happens in our vineyards needs to be without compromise in order to deliver the potential offered by our mountain terroir. The stunning natural beauty of our location helps to inspire us to take a sustainable approach to the vineyards, our business, and the surrounding environment in general.

Orion Wines
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Orion Wines is the result of a simple yet stunning synergy between two friends: Luca Pomaro – a veteran of the “international wine scene”, supplying the marketing knowledge and skills required to understand the needs and tastes of the international markets. Alessandro Michelon – one of Italy’s most innovative and promising winemakers with a profound knowledge of the various regions of Italy. Together they realized that they could bring to the international markets intriguing, innovative and delicious wines by combining tradition, innovation and, most of all, a true passion for wines.

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For 700 years the Frescobaldi family has combined tradition, experience and innovation with creativity and the pursuit of excellence. The family has always looked to develop and celebrate the diversity of Tuscany’s terroir, being proud owners of some of the greatest vineyards in this region. They always seek to maintain the identity and autonomy of each property. ORNELLAIA, perceived as one of the world’s iconic wineries, has flourished under the Frescobaldi family’s ownership. It is just one of the estates owned by the family alongside ATTEMS (Friuli), MASSETO, DANZANTE, LUCE DELLA VITE and the six FRESCOBALDI Estates, Nipozzano, CastelGiocondo, Pomino, Ammiraglia, Castiglioni and Remole. From its position on the hillside close to Bolgheri, The Ornellaia estate lies hidden in the foothills around Bolgheri that face the Mediterranean coast. The cool maritime breeze caresses this exceptional Estate and its surrounding olive groves throughout the summer months. During the winter the hills give protection from the cold northern winds. Ornellaia believes that wines should be the truest expression of the terroir from which they come. The diverse nature of the Estate’s soils – marine, alluvial and volcanic – coupled with this maritime climate create an environment in which red and white varietals can express themselves to the full. This myriad of individual parcels of vines fit into this unspoilt landscape like a mosaic, creating a unique expression of beauty and complexity in an exceptional place. While experience, skill and determination have all played their part in enhancing the quality and reputation of Ornellaia, it is the Estate itself that is continual source of inspiration, suggesting unique and exciting ways to capture its natural generosity.

Pago de Cirsus
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Pago de Cirsus produces high quality wines. Their wines have a distinct character provided by the terrain, micro climate and grape varieties cultivated here. This is what sets them apart from other wineries. The winery is located in the Estate's highest point from where much of the vineyard can be seen. The underground cellar allows a stable temperature and humidity level throughout the year.

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In 1989 the brand Panizzi was born, becoming, over the years, synonym with luxury Italian wines. The Vernaccia di San Gimignano by Panizzi is appreciated all over the world and is constantly named as one of the best brands in all Italian wine guides. The Panizzi catalogue includes, in addition to the Vernaccia, a wide range of excellent Tuscan red wines, like the Chianti dei Colli Senesi Riserva “Vertunno”, the San Gimignano DOC Rosso “Folgòre”, the San Gimignano DOC Cabernet Sauvignon “Rubente” and various other IGT wines

Patz & Hall
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Founded in 1988, Patz & Hall has become one of California’s most highly regarded wineries with a celebrated portfolio of single- vineyard wines. Though Patz & Hall was not the first California winery to make vineyard-designate Chardonnays and Pinot Noirs, it was one of the first to introduce these wines to a wider audience outside of wine clubs and tasting rooms. To achieve their goal of making exceptional limited-production Pinot Noirs and Chardonnays, the founders held a commitment to developing close personal relationships with many of California’s finest growers, which have become the cornerstones of the winery’s success. In Patz & Hall’s state-of-the-art, purpose-built winery in Sonoma, both traditional and cutting-edge techniques are applied, including a unique, custom barrel program. To reveal the distinct identity of the legendary sites it works with, Patz & Hall applies a consistent winemaking approach that has been refined to underscore the finesse, depth and complexity of each vineyard. Located in the Sonoma Coast, Carneros (Napa Valley), Russian River Valley, Mendocino County and Santa Lucia Highlands, these vineyards span California’s finest winegrowing regions.

Paul Cluver
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This family-owned, family-run wine business is located in the cool-climate Elgin Valley, approximately 70km south- east of Cape Town. The property has been in ownership of the Cluver Family since 1896. Recognised as pioneers of wine in the area, the focus is on producing elegant wines that are expressive of the terroir. The wine business forms part of larger holistic farming business called ‘De Rust Estate'. In addition to the vineyards and cellar, there are apple and pear orchards, a Hereford stud and eco- tourism activities, including amphitheatre concerts, on the farm. This 2000+ hectare estate forms part of the UNESCO world heritage site, the Kogelberg Biosphere. Half of the estate has been set aside for conservation into perpetuity.

Paul Hobbs Wines
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“The true character of a site is only revealed through the work and determination of tending each vineyard with meticulous care and vinifying with minimalist winemaking techniques that fully express the terroir.” – Paul Hobbs

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The success of Penfolds has been driven by the generations of visionaries and innovators. From the beginning in 1844 to today, the merging of science, art and innovation has driven Penfolds to become one of Australia’s most famed and respected winemakers.

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It's the dream of every wine lover who has allowed themselves to be seduced by the rolling vineyards, forests, and olive groves of Tuscany: to find a little corner to call your own and to join in the age-old tradition of coaxing luscious wines out of the soil. For Vittorio Moretti and his daughter, Francesca, who discovered this beautiful seaside estate while on vacation nearby, the dream came true. In 1997 the pair founded this small boutique winery in Maremma Toscana in Suvereto, where the hills of Val di Cornia rise toward the Colline Metallifere. Three hundred hectares make up the peaceful estate, although only a third is planted with vineyards. Sitting on the edge of the Tirreno Sea, they're constantly caressed by the breezes blowing in off the Follonica Gulf. The soil of the steep slopes here (which form part of the Colline Metallifere, or "Metal-Yielding Hills") is particularly mineral-rich and ruddy colored, leading to strong-willed, complex wines. The vineyards' layout, which is a patchwork of different varieties (Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Sangiovese, Petit Verdot, Syrah and Cabernet Franc) seemingly strewn about randomly, is no coincidence. The arrangement is based on long and careful studies of the soil, wind, sun and climate conditions in each area of the estate. Only the vines most suited to a particular area were planted there. Deep consideration went into the creation of the spectacularly designed winery as well. A stunning contemporary structure designed by the famed Swiss architect Mario Botta (who also designed the San Francisco Museum of ModernArt), it uses sweeping lines and a ruddy, earth-toned color scheme to complement its environment. The building digs 500 feet deep to create a state-of-the-art cellar, while above ground it is a poetic addition to this land of groves and vineyards. The four high- end wines made here -- Ebo, Petra, Quercegobbe and Zingari -- are known for being expressive, aromatic wines with a fresh modern style.

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The Pfannebeckers operate for centuries in the southern Rheinhessen viticulture. The winery has made a name for itself with elegant dry Riesling wines and white and red Burgundy varieties. There are also specialties such as Gold Muskateller, Sauvignon Blanc, Cabernet Sauvignon and Syrah. Part of the self-understanding of the family is to further develop the agricultural roots of wine culture, and to combine them with a sustainable and vivid understanding of wine.

Pico Maccario
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The Pico Maccario Winery was founded in 1997 in Mombaruzzo, Piedmont with 70 hectares of vineyards in one piece of property in the heart of the Barbera d’Asti DOCG appellation. From the beginning, brothers Pico and Vitaliano Maccario have chosen modern methods to manage their vineyards and produce wine, due in equal parts to their personal taste and young age of their winery. The rose has always been a symbol of the winery. 4500 rose plants of the same cloned variety have the duel function of marking the start of each vineyard row, and – a traditional use – of signaling vine-threatening diseases before they get the chance to do damage. The presence of these thousands of rosebushes creates a beautiful walking experience between the rows of Pico Maccario.

Pierre Amadieu
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Our history begins in 1929 when my grand father decides to bottle and trade under the signature Pierre Amadieu his wine coming from the 7 hectares (17 acres) of vineyard in Gigondas passed on by generation to generation. He is then one of the firsts to print the name of the appellation on his bottles and obtains from 1932 a golden medal in the National Agricultural Concours of Paris. I am presently on the head of the company and I am in charge of winemaking and maturing. I work with my uncle Claude who runs the vineyard. Together we follow the familial way of thinking by respecting soils and traditions in order to make you share wines faithful to the quality ambition of our grandfather and by adding a note of modernity in order to delight the most demanding and the most curious palates. I am not a follower of over- extracted wines and often "heavy" to taste ; my ambition is rather to obtain well-balanced wines with a Burgundy fineness. Through the maturing I try to reveal all the elegance and the richness of our protected terroirs located on the heights of the appellation Gigondas. From vines to the bottling patience and observation are required. Today appreciated all over the world, every vintage reserves its subtleties which I am happy to subject to your appreciation. Pierre Amadieu

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The roots of the Azienda Agricola Pilandro go back to the 13th century. The family winery, owned by the Lavelli family, is located in the heart of the Lugana area, near the coast of Lake Garda and at the foot of the picturesque moraine hills. The location of the winery and the surrounding vineyards is unique because it offers the best climatic conditions for the famous, delicately spicy Lugana. They count 16 hectares of vineyards as their own. The family is the heart of the winery. She has always been committed to quality wine growing. Her specialty is the Lugana. For this the grapes are harvested by hand, strictly selected and fermented in stainless steel at a controlled low temperature.

Plaisir Wine Estate
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The beautiful Plaisir Wine Estate is situated at the foot of the Simonsberg Mountain between Paarl and Franschhoek. The wines produced here are inspired by the harmony of a rich history, the fertile soil and lush vineyards. Our quest in making exceptional wines would have found favour with Huguenot founder, Charles Marais. Charles Marais was one of only a handful of Frenchmen who had experience in winemaking when he arrived at the Cape and his vinous legacy lives on in Plaisir de Merle’s winemaking tradition.

Poggio Landi
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Nestled in the Montalcino hills in one of the worlds most important terroirs, Poggio Landi produces expansive melodious and complex wines. The grapes come from Montalcino vineyards lying between 175 and 500 meters above see level whose exposition and soil composition vary. A treasure trove of biodiversity goes hand in hand wiht the magic of this land and its wines. Poggio Landi, a world within a world A world within a world. This is one way of describing Poggio Landi, an estate at one with the Montalcino terroir, a winemaking region hailed as paradise by international enthusiasts and connoisseurs. A spellbinding, deeply evocative place sets the scene for Poggio Landi, a winery focused on delivering the utmost quality with quantities capable of meeting the market desires of millions of Brunello lovers worldwide. After all, its superfluous to dwell on the power that Montalcino holds over wine lovers at every latitude. Finding a symbiosis this strong between the land and its wine is a rarity. Here the concept of terroir takes on significance inaccessible to others. Like dancing, you arch, you stretch, turn to East and set in the West: it conceals treasure this mild and melodious land, intoxicated by beauty at every step so similar, so different. A glass of Brunello di Montalcino is not simply a wine of extraordinary quality; instead it is a way of experiencing a lingering portrayal of the landscape, the centuries-old labours of man and his ability to reap from the land, through passion and dedication, the finest fruit that the earth is capable of cultivating. More than that, it is a sip of history and Tuscan vineyards. Biodiversity, is the greatest treasure of Poggio Landi. 75 hectares of vines, which skirt some of the most prestigious areas of the denomination; soil and exposition so vast and various that our winemaker is perfectly placed to play with a biodiversity emblematic of the allure of Poggio Landi.

Ponte Viticoltori
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Producteurs Reunis Cebazan
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The Producteurs Reunis Cebazan, close to Bezier, produce wines with youthful charm, assortment-typical and tangible character as well as a more than convincing price-pleasure ratio. The uncomplicated drinking fun should be the main focus. No more and no less. A striking feature is the high- quality equipment (heavy bottle, label, etc.), first and foremost also the glasklare and handcrafted Extremely clean expansion. Price- pleasure: absolutely convincing !!

Quady Winery
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Andrew and Laurel Quady are the founders, C.E.O. and C.F.O. respectively, of Quady Winery. Their path into the wine world began with an exodus from southern California to pursue their dream: a rural way of life making wine. In a small San Joaquin valley town, Andrew Quady discovered an unused patch of the rare Orange Muscat grape varietal, known in Italy as Moscato Fior d’Arancio. These grapes became the first Essensia. This marked the birth of Quady Winery's muscat expertise - where the rich flavors of rare muscat varietals are celebrated and intensified rather than blended and softened. In 2017, Darin Peterson was seated as captain at the helm of winemaking at Quady after working for over a decade alongside previous head winemaker Michael Blaylock. Darin leads the ship as demand for our moscatos has exploded, but he and his team are eager and equipped to meet the challenge! Darin's passion for ports wines and aperitifs make him the perfect fit for the job.

Quinta de la Rosa
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Quinta do Pégo
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Quinta do Pégo is located in the Douro Demarcated Region, or more precisely, in the sub-region of Cima Corgo Corgo, centred around the town of Pinhão. It is also located in the heart of of the area classified as Wor World Heritage by UNESCO. The grapes growing in this ar area are considered of the hi highest quality, and they are us used for making Vintage and La Late Bottled Vintage Port. Die Quinta do Pégo liegt 138 m über dem Wasserspiegel des Douroflusses, und die Weinfelder liegen bis zu 350 m über dem Dourofluss. Es ist ohne Zweifel eine der schönsten Lagen einer Quinta im Dourotal.

Raats Family Wines
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Bruwer (pronounced 'Bru – ver') Raats (above) started Raats family wines in 2000. He'd studied Viticulture and Enology at Elsenberg, before setting off round the world to get experience. His travels, from 1995–99 took him to Bordeaux, Napa, the Rheingau and Tuscany. Then he came back to South Africa to make wine and specialized - with a very high quality awareness - in Chenin Blanc and Cabernet Franc.

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Ramos Pinto Duas Quintas
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The Quinta dos Bons Ares, a property which dates back to Roman times, as confirmed by the archaeological remains found at this site, was bought by Casa Ramos Pinto in 1985 with a view to setting up a vinification centre. The Quinta dos Bons Ares was chosen due to a number of decisive factors: the high altitude which makes the climate milder in the Summer and therefore more appropriate for the storing and settling of the wines, its proximity to the Quinta de Ervamoira and due to its granitic soil, the production of more acidic and fresher grapes than those produced in the other quinta, which are riper and more highly concentrated, all of which make an extraordinary blend.

Real Agrado
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Real Agrado is one of the few wineries in the DOC Rioja allowed to include the term ‘Viñedos en Propiedad’ on the labels. This recognizes they only work with their own grapes. The modern winery is finalised in 2008, with a modern construction with all necessary equipment to produce top quality wines. The underground cellar hosts both french and american oak barrels in perfect conditions of humidity, temperature and airflow.

Remy Massin & Fils
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The Massin & Fils company was founded in 1978 by Remy Massin, a member of the fourth generation of the Massin family. Remy was a dynamic, passionate and ambitious man, determined to make his own champagnefrom his own vines. As he didn't want to work alone, he involved his son Sylvère in the business, an equally determined young man and a perfectionist on top. So, while Remy took care of the vineyards, his son took on the role of oenologist. In 2002, Sylvère's son Cedric, also specialised in oenology, joined the family business. The Domaine Massin is set in the Côte des Bars, in the South of Champagne, which enjoys the sunlight for a longer period. Being also close to the river Arce, the slopes hosting the Massin vineyards are open, well ventilated and receive even more sunlight than other parts of the valley. As a result, the Massin grapes have always that extra ripeness that gives their champagne a round and intense aroma.

Resonance Vineyard
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From encouraging biodiversity on the vineyard floor to controlling crop yields for optimal ripening, we believe devoting ourselves to our vineyards through sustainable, hands-on viticulture is the first step in great winemaking. It is our commitment to Willamette Valley, combined with a sensibility and natural inquisitiveness developed over 170 years of winemaking in Burgundy, that defines our wines.

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The Reyneke vineyards are herbicide, pesticide and fungicide free. Just like any organic vineyard should be. Instead of spraying weeds with poison, we carefully select and grow companion plants amongst our vines to outcompete the weeds. These companion plants have the ability to fix nitrogen from the atmosphere, help break up compacted soil or even harbour a beneficial insect or two. While all sorts of poisons are usually used to combat pests, we simply release their natural predators, like ducks – there’s nothing more delicious for a duck than a good, juicy snail. No poison leaching into the grapes. No expensive fertiliser because the ducks do that for us. Everyone’s happy. The Reyneke farm is independently certified, which honestly and transparently says that we’re practicing what we preach. By allowing Dandelion ‘weeds’ to grow, we ensure that the measly Mealybug lives on its roots rather than the vines. Instead of using systemic fungicides we use very limited amounts of natural fungicides like copper and sulphur. And we’re even trying to do away with these natural fungicides. It’s early days yet but we’re trying to replace them entirely and only apply biological controls like trichoderma and metabolite. With these basics right, it’s only natural to take organics to the next level. We add specific biodynamic preparations to our compost and apply directly to our vineyards. These preparations consist of specially formulated herbal, mineral and organic substances that enhance the soil, and simultaneously boost plant and animal life. Some we use in field sprays and others we apply in homeopathic quantities to our compost heaps. Planting, pruning, harvesting and general vineyard practices all happen at nature’s pace too. We work with natural and cosmic cycles, rhythms and forces that regulate all life on earth to create a harmonious whole. So basically, like olden times, we work to the moon and study the constellations as they move, rather than digital displays.

Richard Kershaw Wines
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Richard Kershaw Wines (RKW) was established in January 2012 to create clonally selected, site- specific, cool climate wine paradigms from apposite noble grapes i.e. ones with the ability to produce world-class examples. SA's coolest wine district, Elgin Valley, reflected these principles benefitting from higher altitude, ocean proximity, specific cloud cover sequencing, high cold units and a large diurnal range, enabling the germane grapes, Chardonnay and Syrah, to show a sense of place. Born and raised in the UK, Richard enjoyed a successful career as a chef before finding wine. After travelling extensively, he arrived in South Africa in 1999 and by 2009 was Group Winemaker of Mulderbosch and Kanu. Now an International Master of Wine, Richard is pursuing his dream of making his own wine in the cool climate of Elgin.

Rickety Bridge Winery
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Rickety Bridge wine estate is situated just 5 minutes from the centre of the quaint town of Franschhoek and lies on the slopes of the Franschhoek Mountains overlooking the majestic Wemmershoek Mountain range. This position gives the estate a range of aspects and soil types for growing different varieties of grapes. The lower flatland of the estate is covered by sandy soils being close the Franschhoek River which crosses in front of the estate's lower border. The hillside provides the wine estate with decomposed granite soils which are ideal for growing high quality red grapes required for producing premium red wine. Rickety Bridge wine estate is 50 Hectares in area of which only 15 Hectares are currently dedicated to vineyard, with a further 6 hectares under development.

Robert Mondavi
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Robert Mondavi established his namesake winery in 1966 with a vision to create Napa Valley wines that would stand in the company of the world’s finest. He chose To Kalon Vineyard in the heart of the Napa Valley as the home for Robert Mondavi Winery. This first- growth vineyard, located in Oakville, California, is renowned for producing some of the finest Cabernet Sauvignon wines in the world, as well as for its Sauvignon Blanc grapes, from which Mr. Mondavi crafted his signature wine, Fumé Blanc. Along with To Kalon Vineyard, Robert Mondavi Winery sources grapes from some of Napa Valley’s finest vineyards, including Stag’s Leap (Cabernet Sauvignon and Sauvignon Blanc) and Carneros (Pinot Noir and Chardonnay). Mr. Mondavi believed that wines should reflect their origins, that they are the product of the soil, the climate, and the careful stewardship of those precious resources. He also believed in combining the newest techniques and technology with time-honored winemaking traditions.

Rocca delle Macie
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Forty years of History combined with the most important matter of the entire Chianti Classico Area, of the Italian wine as well as the Famiglia Zingarelli’s history. The Family came from Rome originally but strictly connected in Castellina in Chianti in the Province of Siena and in the Maremma Area in the Province of Grosseto. Rocca delle Macìe was established in 1973, when Italo Zingarelli – producer of Ettore Scola’s “We All Loved Each Other So Much”, and also of the wildly popular series of films featuring comedy duo Bud Spencer and Terence Hill (including “They Call Me Trinity” and “Trinity Is Still My Name”) – decided to realize his lifelong dream by acquiring the “Le Macìe” estate – extending across 93 hectares (230 acres) in all, of which only two were under vine – in order to create a winery in the heart of the Chianti Classico zone. Love and passion for the Tuscan land are handed on from Italo to his sons Sergio and Fabio and to his daughter Sandra. In 1985, Sergio, Italo’s youngest son, became personally responsible for the worldwide distribution network and in 1989, with his wife Daniela at his side, was appointed Company President. As part of Sergio’s long term business strategy and of his determination to achieve quality, he consolidates and develops, together with the collaboration of his sister Sandra, the paternal company which becomes popular worldwide, gaining many prizes and recognitions for his wines.

Rocca Maura
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The cooperative in Roquemaure was founded as early as 1922 as the first cooperative in this part of the departement Gard. Wines are produced from 350 ha. The range of wines include Lirac, (rouge, rosé and blanc), Tavel, Cotes du Rhone and Vin du Pays

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A range of finely crafted wines, awarded a long list of international accolades, has made Rosemount Estate truly a diamond worth discovering. In a little over 30 years, Rosemount Estate has established itself as one of Australia's leading wineries, producing a selection of fine wines that reflect the riches of the Australian climate and an unswerving dedication to winemaking quality, innovation and style. Established in 1969, Bob Oatley instilled a mentality learned in the coffee industry; that a quality product will always be sought out and appreciated. Bob Oatley's wish to establish a reputation for fine wine production was satisfied early and has led Rosemount Estate to establish a wide variety of vineyard sites around Australia that take advantage of the varied soil types and regional climates. The 1980 vintage of Rosemount Estate Show Reserve Chardonnay became the first Australian wine to win Double Gold at the International Wine and Spirit Competition, then held in Bristol, England. Much has changed over the years at Rosemount Estate however, the commitment to quality that defined the original vision for Rosemount Estate's humble beginnings in the Hunter Valley has remained intact.

Rupert & Rothschild
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Rupert & Rothschild Vignerons is a partnership wine production on the historic French Huguenot farm Fredericksburg, between the Rupert family of South Africa and Baron Benjamin de Rothschild son of the late Baron Edmond de Rothschild of France.

Russiz Superiore Marco Felluga
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Located in Collio, precisely in the village of Capriva del Friuli, lies the pride of the Marco Felluga family. The history of the estate Russiz Superiore begins at the end of 1200 and its name comes from the denomination of the hills around it. The eagle of Russiz Superiore is reminiscent of the original emblem given to the land by the prince Torre-Tasso, one of the the first Lords of these lands, who came in Friuli in 1273. Noble insignia, nobles wines and noble families came one after the other over time till Marco Felluga. Today his son Roberto runs the business with the same entrepreneurship and passion inherited by his father. The estate is comprised of one hundred hectares of estate property, fifty of which are vineyards with an average plant density of more than six thousand plants per hectare, and a white wine production larger than red. Whether white or red, the hills of Russiz Superiore provide the ideal environment for grape production due to its geomorphology and special climate.

Rust en Vrede
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Rust en Vrede was established in 1694 by the then Governor of the Cape, Willem Adrian van der Stel. It was originally made up of a larger property but in the early 1700’s was divided into two whereby the original section remained as Rust en Vrede. The first house on the estate was built in 1780 followed by the cellar in 1785. In 1790 the larger manor house was built.

The front gable of this manor house was destroyed in a fire in 1823, hence the rebuild date of 1825 on the front gable. At the end of 1977 the Engelbrecht family took residence on Rust en Vrede. The family and their ancestors have been grape growers since the early 1700’s and by moving to Rust en Vrede, became wine producers for the first time. In 1978 R&V produced its first wines of the modern era. Jannie Engelbrecht made these wines and then appointed Kevin Arnold as cellar master of Rust en Vrede.

In 30 years Rust en Vrede has had only two appointed winemakers, namely; Kevin Arnold and Louis Strydom. In 2007 Coenie Snyman was appointed winemaker responsible for Rust en Vrede but as part of a bigger team. Louis Strydom is still very much involved in the winemaking ventures of the company. The company and the estate is now headed up by Jean Engelbrecht who amongst others is also in partnership with Ernie Els at their co- founded venture called Engelbrecht Els Vineyards. At Rust en Vrede they produce only 20.000 cases of wine per year of which 65% is exported to more than 30 countries around the world.

Rust en Vrede is a remarkable example of exquisite landscaping. At home and abroad, this unassuming Stellenbosch Estate has made a name for itself far beyond its modest, but infinitely charming, 55 hectares.

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Saint Emilion
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Throughout the twentieth century, the Saint-Emilion winemakers have worked to improve the wines and to define quality criteria. The establishment of the AOC Saint-Emilion and the introduction of a revised ranking in 1954 were crucial steps. They assert the huge reputation of Saint-Emilion wines in the ever increasingly international public’s minds. Moreover, this is where, on a global level, the unique history of the vineyards of Saint- Emilion is consecrated. In 1999 it was registered as a UNESCO World Heritage Site as part of the cultural landscape. This recognition salutes a history of over 2000 years of close interactions between the people and an exceptional terroir.

San Simone Di Brisotto
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The story of San Simone is linked to the territory. At Rondover, between Prata and Porcia, in the most western part of Doc Friuli Grave and central part of DOC Prosecco, the company San Simone is the result of winemaking tradition and culture of our family, which is engaged in the business of wine grower for four generations. We chose the name San Simone for our wines and wine cellar in the memory of our origins. The very first and historic headquarter was in fact situated in via San Simone, Prata, opposite the fourteenth century church devoted to San Simone, where our great- grandfather decided to began his activity which is now been converted into a family residence

Santa Rita
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The Santa Rita winery was founded in 1880 by Domingo Fernandez in the same area of Alto Jahuel where its main facilities stand today. From the end of the nineteenth century to mid-1970s, the winery developed under the ownership of the García Huidobro family. Then in 1980, the Claro group and the Owens Illinois company – the main producer of glass containers in the world – acquired the Santa Rita winery property. Together with this, great technological advances and winemaking techniques were introduced to wine production: in the commercial area, the 120 line was launched in 1982, and in 1985-1986, Santa Rita winery wines began significant penetration into world markets. In 1988, the Claro group took total control of the winery. The year before, Santa Rita had acquired the Carmen brand, of great prestige in the local market. At the end of the 80s and the beginning of the 90s there began a period of great expansion for the winery, sustained by the strong boost in its exports and the excellent reputation of its wines. In turn, in the agricultural area Santa Rita completed the acquisition and planting of more than 1,000 hectares in the most important Chilean wine producing valleys: Maipo, Rapel, Lontué, Casablanca and Apalta. In 1992, project Viña Carmen began, oriented towards the production of fine wines for the international market. And in 1997, Santa Rita winery made its first entry abroad when it formed Viña Doña Paula PLC in the Republic of Argentina. In 2001, it acquired the Terra Andina brand. In 2003, Santa Rita Europe Limited was created with an office in London. In 2005, distributor Santa Rita Ltd was formed. In 2008, Santa Rita USA Corp was founded with an office in Miami. And in 2009, Nativa Eco Wines PLC was formed to develop organic wines. Santa Rita and its subsidiaries currently market their products in over 75 countries, always focusing on the premium and superfine segment. All the above forms the basis which has allowed Santa Rita winery to place itself in a privileged position as producer and leading exporter of quality premium and superior quality wines.

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The Winemaker, Dewaldt Heyns, was born and bred on his father’s grape farm in Malmesbury where all the grapes were sent to the local cooperative. The vine and its beauty has always been an important part of his life and it was only natural that he should pursue a career in winemaking.

Dewaldt obtained his Diploma in Cellar Technology at Elsenburg Agricultural College in 1996 after which he started working at Rust and Vrede in Stellenbosch, during which time he also completed a harvest at Dry Creek Vineyards in California. He then joined Avondale Cellar in Paarl in 1998 (since inception) and started with Saronsberg in October 2003, strongly believing in its unique terroir and the philosophy of its people.

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Between two mighty oceans, on the southern tip of Africa, lies the historic Saxenburg Wine Farm. Here, memory and the seasons conspire with the cellarmaster's craft to produce unique wines of consistent and exceptional quality. For centuries wayfarers bound for the East Indies found both succour and hospitality at the Fairest Cape. At Saxenburg they extend this tradition and invite you to visit their world.

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Wines handcrafted by Willie & Tania de Waal, fifth generation vignerons on their family farm, Schoone Oord. The grapes from Scali are hand harvested from selected low yielding vines after which the bunches are personally sorted by hand according to the centuries old tradition. Only ripe fruit is crushed, fermented in open "kuipe" and gently pressed in a basket press. These carefully made wines are then matured in 225 litre French and American oak barrels and is left unfiltered. Meticulous attention to detail symbolises their passion for, and respect of tradition in the art of winemaking.

Scheid Family Wines
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Al Scheid first saw untapped potential in Monterey County in 1972 when the wine region was in its infancy. What started as a grape growing operation that sold 100% of its production to other wineries today has evolved into a grapes-to- glass family business that crafts authentic and elegant wines. Our Scheid Family Wines portfolio now includes five unique and distinctive labels: Scheid Vineyards, District 7, Metz Road, VDR and Stokes’ Ghost. With 11 estate vineyards comprised of 4,000 acres located along a 70-mile spread of the Salinas Valley, the array of microclimates and soils give us an incredible selection to work with each vintage. While our wealth of vineyard resources is exceptional, it is our employees that are at the heart of everything we do. Much of our workforce has been with us for over 25 years, with several of our vineyard managers employed for over 40 years. The Scheid family – Al, Scott, Heidi, Tyler and long- time COO Kurt Gollnick – along with our dream team of employees, are passionate about crafting the best wine possible and honoring our commitment to be good stewards of the land and supporters of our local community. We are proud to produce authentic products that sit on your dinner table and invite conversation, connection and warmth.

Schreckbichl Colterenzio
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Those familiar with wine in Alto Adige would inevitably have heard references to Luis Raifer, a pioneer in promoting authentic and prestigious grape-growing in the region since 1979. His motto "back to the origins" clearly states Colterenzio's focus throughout the years, referring to the typical and unique characteristic of each grape variety. His son Wolfgang has been implementing this philosophy since 2005. He joined the company as winemaker first, then turned to the export sales department and has been the CEO since 2010. He now explores market trends together with Max Niedermayr (Chairman), Martin Lemayr (Winemaker), Hubert Dorfmann (Accounting) and Letizia Pasini (Export Manager), investigating possibilities for the global expansion of the Colterenzio brand.

Schug Carneros Estate Winery
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Founded in 1980, Schug Carneros Estate Winery is the showcase and life-long dream of one of California's most celebrated winemakers. Walter Schug's reputation blossomed during his tenure as Founding Winemaker for Joseph Phelps Vineyards in the 1970s, where he made California’s first proprietary Bordeaux-Style blend (Insignia) and legendary vineyard designated Cabernets (Backus and Eisele Vineyards). Drawing on his long experience in the production of fine wines in both Europe and California, Walter set up his own winery with his wife Gertrud in the cool, marine climate of the Carneros Appellation. Here he could focus on the Pinot Noir and Chardonnay varietals that had always been close to his heart. In 1995 Sonoma-born winemaker Michael Cox came on board at Schug. Trained in Enology at UC Davis, Mike worked in several Californian wineries before he was lured from Napa Valley to Carneros - Sonoma, to work with Walter Schug as his assistant winemaker. One year later he was promoted to Winemaker and placed in charge of the day-to-day winemaking duties, where he remains today. Schug Carneros Estate Winery combines old world understanding and tradition with modern winemaking techniques. By using only the finest grapes available, and maintaining the best winemaking values, these wines have gained acceptance worldwide as true contemporary classics.

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In many ways the story of Seghesio Family Vineyards is the story of the Sonoma County wine industry. It begins with the vision and determination of immigrants and continues through the hardship of Prohibition and the challenges of survival in the 20th and 21st century. It is the story of one family’s adaptation and reinvention, not once, but multiple times. Most of all it is the story of the values we hold dear: heritage, tradition and community. Through five generations and 120 years, Seghesio Family Vineyards has been proud to be part of the vibrant history and fabric of Sonoma County.

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Seiterre is an historic Wine brand, from five generations of passion from the Rizzi Family. It all start with a small amount of hectares in the northern region of Trentino, then expanding through Veneto, Piedmont, Tuscany, Lombardy and Friuli Venezia Giulia. The typical vines are Teroldego, Chardonnay, Pinot Grigio and Müller Thurgau, used to produce prestigious Trentino DOC wines, as well as the sparkling wine Metodo Classico Trento Doc. To enrich this rich enological range, are also produced single grape grappas and the traditional Trentino grappa.

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Many beautiful stories begin with a dream. A dream to create something, discover something or make something happen. Not everyone goes from dream to reality. Because this path is often long and full of bumps. Monique Breuer took the step to make her dream come true. In 2011, she scribbled on paper: “In 2015 I want to have a Pinot Noir Serendipity made.” Making your own wine is certainly no small feat. From training to become a vinologist to working at a winery, there were still many hurdles to overcome. However, Monique didn't let all the obstacles along the way stop her. Her motto: Let it go and let it flow; the beginning of a wonderful wine journey with the realization of the dream wine: Pinot Noir Serendipity.

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Setzer sells wine from approximately 30 ha vinyardes in 15 different countries. Our village, Hohenwarth, derives its name from Hohe Warte - high observation point - and refers to our fortified Romanesque church, which was built in the 11th century at 400 metres above sea level. As all of the neighbouring regions like Kamptal and Wagram are at a significantly lower sea level, Hohenwart\'s vineyards enjoy an exceptional microclimate. Winemaking has a very long tradition in Hohenwarth and can be dated back to 1360 AD. Our winery was founded in 1705. Originally mainly used for farming - with only a few vineyards - we decided in 2001 to lease the area dedicated to farming, and to commit ourselves to winemaking only. Our vineyards and those producing the grapes we buy from other vintners are located within a two- kilometre radius of our winery. The grapes we use enjoy exactly the same basic climate, although their characteristics are more pronounced in single vineyards. In spite of a rather low level of precipitation in our area - 400 litres p.a. on average - we don\'t irrigate our vines. Their roots are deep and the vines can easily survive longer periods without rain.

Sileni Estate
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Sileni Estates is a major vineyard and winery development in Hawke's Bay, New Zealand's oldest established vineyard area. The first vintage was in 1998 and since then the wines have won world wide acclaim. Sileni Estates is named after the Sileni who featured in Roman mythology alongside Bacchus, the god of wine. They celebrated good wine, good food and good company. Sileni boasts a state of the art winery designed to crush over 1500 tonnes of grapes. Our Winemaking Team have honed their winemaking skills in wineries around the world and we strive to maintain high standards in environmentally sustainable viticultural and winemaking practices. Sileni Estates produce hand crafted wines that reflect the unique characteristics of the vineyards. Sileni Estates is much more than just a winery - it is an Epicurean Centre and a gourmet foodstore, showcasing the finest Hawke's Bay, New Zealand and international product.

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Silwervis is a child of the “Swartland Revolution”. A group of winemakers from Swartland came together in 2010 for a South African wine revolution: Organic, biodynamic, spontaneous and mash fermented, untreated, unfiltered and unsulphurized are some of the attributes that make the wines of the Swartland Revolution winemakers appear so special and different. The Silwervis adventure began in 2010 with a concrete egg filled with Chenin Blanc with the help of Eben Sadie and Adi Badenhorst. Meanwhile, the Young oenologist Ryan Mostert, trained by South African organic pioneer Johan Reynecke, is responsible for steadily growing production. But the wines were always exceptional and extreme. This is already evident from the labels, which are from the pen of Conrad Botes, a notorious political cartoonist in South Africa.

Simonsig Wine Estate
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The history of Simonsig is inextricably linked to that of the Malan family. Frans Malan marked a milestone in South African wine culture. In 1971, the passionate sparkling wine drinker brought the first Cap Classique (bottle- fermented) onto the market. As the category did not yet exist in this form, he called it Kaapse Vonkel, sparkling Cape. He also founded the Stellenbosch Wine Routes together with other winegrowers, an association of over 200 producers to bundle and strengthen the wine region. In South Africa and beyond, Kaapse Vonkel is still one of the region's most popular sparkling wines. His legacy is carried on today by his sons Francois and Johan, as well as his three grandchildren Francois- Jacques, Christelle and Michael. They focus on Frans' virtues and only produce sustainably in terms of the environment and social commitment to each and every employee and their families. They see the land and the wines that grow on it as a gift from nature that they want to give back to the world. A guarantee of quality from Stellenbosch at an incredible price. THIS is Methode Cap Classique in its original form. Simonsig!

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The name Simonsvlei originates from the founder of the South African wine Industry, Simon van der Stel, and from the area's vlei (wetlands) landscape. Simon van der Stel was the Cape Governor representing the Dutch government during the 17th century. This far-sighted gentleman selected this unique location, because he realized soon enough that the area's cool microclimate was ideal for producing quality grapes. He must have realized too that the prevailing winds blowing across the vlei or wetland would naturally cool the cellar and the wine in the barrels - ideal conditions for making quality wines! Today, Simonsvlei is still committed to the common goal set by one of its co- founders, Sonny le Roux, to provide "quality wines at affordable prices" And ever since, innovative and affordable wines of quality have become the hallmark of Simonsvlei. One of those who helped to create the foundation, on which the reputation of Simonsvlei has been built, is the now legendary figure of Oom Sarel. It was under his tutelage and guidance that winemaking advanced in leaps and bounds at Simonsvlei.

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Slowine is an easy-drinking range of happily affordable wines that invite you to enjoy some time with friends and family. Slowine is a reminder that so much of what is important in life happens in the moments “in between”, when you aren’t “doing something”. As we say: time becomes precious when life rushes by. This wine is an invitation to stop awhile and take some time out. Slowine is a collaboration between friends from around the Groenland Mountain in South Africa’s Western Cape. Here, in many ways, life continues as it has for decades previous, governed by the natural pace of the seasons.

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Can these eyes lie? Sonnweiler stands for drinkable, uncomplicated and honest wine enjoyment from the Dolomites. The organically certified IGT wines are bursting with the freshness and high altitude air of the Alpine country. Made by and for "Happy sunny people", these three eye- catchers stand for sustainable organic viticulture and are uncomplicated varietal wines for the carefree "moments" of life. The young team of different winemakers joined forces in 2020 to promote the alpine region, the Dolomites and organic sustainable viticulture. The wines come from the IGT Vigneti delle Dolomiti wine-growing region between South Tyrol and Trentino. They are grown on dolomite limestone, which is unique in the world and is characterised by high water permeability and mineral content. In combination with high altitude air, these circumstances bring alpine freshness and juiciness to the wines.

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Spice Route is owned by winemaker Charles Back with vineyards in both Malmesbury and Darling, North-West of Paarl in the Swartland district. Deep rooted unirrigated bush vines, moderated by cool Atlantic breezes, produce exceptionally ripe and full flavoured wines with great balance.

Spider Pig Wines
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Spider Pig wines is a collaboration between David Wibberley and a variety of South African wine makers. Getting certain wine makers to make some super delicious wines made in small volume. Serious wines with a fun funky label, because not everything about wine needs to be serious.

Spier 1692
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Going since 1692, Spier is one of South Africa’s oldest wine farms, with a fascinating history and a legacy that the owners never take for granted. Today the farm has a modern, conscious energy. Focused on art and good farming, Spier is about farm-to-table food and accoladed wines. Its people are committed to living and working in ways that bring positive change to our environment and community. The Spier Hotel and conference team invite you to do business in an inspiring atmosphere.

Springfield Estate
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Set in the heart of the mountain-ringed Robertson Valley in South Africa's Western Cape Province, Springfield Estate is a vibrant, family-run wine farm. It is owned by the Bruwer family, fourth-generation wine farmers and ninth-generation descendants of the Bruères, French Huguenots who came to South Africa from the Loire in 1688 with bundles of vines under their arms.

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Dr. Johst Weber first set foot on the virgin soils of Springfontein, “Strong Spring,” in 1994, right after the fall of Apartheid. He had a dream of creating a project that involved family, friends and a product that, in his words, “…is a combination of nature and human craftsmanship.” Springfontein Wine Estate is breathtakingly beautiful, the people are warm, and the ocean, with its icy wind that blows across the vineyards, is close by. Springfontein's winemaker Tariro Masayiti, walks through the rows popping fruit into his mouth, chewing the seeds to find the moment of ripeness he is looking for. Along with the cool climate, pure limestone soils and Hildegard Witbooi's diligent work in the vineyards, we are able to hand harvest the best of what our place gives us as beautiful fruit, from which we carefully handcraft natural wines that are structured, yet elegant and well balanced. The focus is on the varietals well know in South Africa: Chenin Blanc and Pinotage. In addition to the “old faithfuls” like Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon and Chardonnay, we have small plantings of Petit Verdot, Semillon and Sauvignon Blanc.

St. Michael-Eppan
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For over a century the St. Michael- Eppan Winery, with 320 winemaking families and 390 ha of vineyards, has been supporting the most important wine-growing municipality: Appiano on the South Tyrolean Wine Road at the doorstep of the Dolomites. The surrounding soils offer exceptional characteristics for the cultivation of unique wines. Harvest after harvest, passion has become culture. The metamorphosis of the grapes takes place in the cellar. A successful union of tradition and innovative winemaking technology. “Respect for the grape” is the fundamental rule for the production of long-lived wines with a great personality. The grapes are vinified with rigorous attention paid to the peculiarities of each vineyard to fully enhance their distinctiveness. The wines are then matured in steel or wooden barrels to emphasise their individual characteristics. Since the ‘80s the white and red barrique cellars have been the jewels of the winery and inside them, in small French oak barrels, matures a selection of the most valuable and highest quality wines. Hs maturation requires great delicacy and gives life to complex wines, with perfect fruit and wood symbiosis. Today, as in the past, the traditional maturation of wines in large oak barrels plays an important role at St. Michael- Eppan Winery. For this reason, the historical cellar has been renovated with more than 50 large oak barrels over the years. One cannot but notice the four historical 150 hectolitre barrels that, with their antique carvings, depict events going back to 1907. Stainless steel is indispensable for modern winemaking. It is the ideal material for both fermentation and preservation tanks, guaranteeing hygiene and cleanliness. Stainless steel facilitates a pure must and improved wine transformation, emphasising the freshness and aromas of the different varieties. The new 30,000 m³ gravitational cellar, completed in 2020, allows us to guarantee a modern and efficient processing of our grapes. We are thus able to optimise diversification and to process the different qualities individually in a very short time. Hans Terzer has been the winemaker of St. Michael-Eppan since 1977. And since then he has always pursued his vision for the search of quality in the vineyard and in the cellar. He is considered one of the pioneers of white wine making in South Tyrol and is recognised as one of the most important figures in the South Tyrolean wine industry.

Stag's Leap Wine Cellars
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Stag’s Leap Wine Cellars, notably known for being the winery that won the Cabernet Sauvignon competition in the 1976 Judgment of Paris, was founded in 1970, and is considered a Napa Valley first-growth estate. Our goal is to create wines of classic beauty — wines with balance, complexity and harmony. Our signature style has often been described as “an iron fist in a velvet glove,” a reference to the artful balance between ripeness and restraint, softness and structure, that yields Napa Valley wines of exceptional beauty and long life. Achieving that style requires a level of attention to detail found only among the world’s best and most dedicated wine producers.

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Crafting wine requires patience and the crazy belief that the shortest line drawn between two points may not always be the right one. Take a simple task like fruit- sorting. That's when we meticulously go through all the de-stemmed berries to pick out any under-ripe or bird-damaged fruit, leaves, stems and other MOG (Matter Other than Grapes). During harvest. there comes a point when everyone's exhausted and baskets of grapes keep coming. It's even debatable how much difference sorting will make in the end. That's when the stubborn kicks in. Sometimes I wonder if I'm the only one having so much fun. We stick to traditional winemaking methods; we ferment our juice in open tanks, do hand-punchdowns around the clock, basket press, and mature the wines in small French oak barrels. The name Stark-Condé is a simple marriage of my wife's family name and my own. - José Conde, winemaker

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The Cape’s first farm, established in 1682, has come a long way from its humble beginnings. Roughly 30 minutes from the bustling heart of Cape Town, Steenberg is a destination steeped in heritage. Steenberg Farm boasts the 5-Star Steenberg Hotel & Spa, with 24 rooms encapsulating the dictum of understated luxury, offering spectacular views and discreet, personalised service. Choose from relaxed dining at Tryn or popular bistro-style fare and tapas at Bistro Sixteen82. A complete destination, the farm houses an exceptional winery, producing some of the finest Sauvignon Blanc in South Africa, along with several other celebrated varietals.

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Stellenrust was established in 1928 and has ever since produced some of the most superb quality wines that the Stellenbosch region from South Africa can offer. It consists of about 400ha (200ha planted) of which half is stretched over the Golden Triangle area of Stellenbosch, internationally recognised for some of the best red wine soil in South Africa. The other half is situated high up in the Bottelary Hills, renowned for its cool climate and late afternoon sea breezes swooping in from Cape Town to nurture both excellent white and red wines. Stellenrust boasts today with being one of the largest family owned wine estates in South Africa carrying through generations of winemaking skills and the legacy of motto ‘where excellence meets winemaking’ put forward in every bottle.

Stellenzicht Wine
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Stellenzicht’s vineyards and winery is nestled on the slopes of the Helderberg in Stellenbosch. As custodians of this beautiful farm, we believe in protecting our natural resources through sustainable farming. These efforts help create an eco-system that protects our dragonfly population as well as our fauna and flora. This philosophy of sustainability drives our daily activities, as we consistently pursue balance.

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Happy Vale farm is set within the Stellenbosch Winelands area and falls in the Helderberg division of the greater Stellenbosch Wine Route. 95% of the grapes are sold at Stonewall, due to the exposed location in Stellenbosch at excellent prices. Only out of tradition, for the sake of the great-grandfather and so that his own cellar is always well filled, De Waal Koch vinfects a few bottles of the most delicious wine.

Strandveld Vineyards
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Our vineyards are the most southerly in Africa. The farm is situated 11km from the Atlantic ocean, between Elim and Cape Agulhas. Conrad Vlok, our winemaker, is an unpretentious, hospitable man. While intelligently able to combine the art and science that is viticulture and wine-making, he is not a man to stand on ceremony. Today the farm is known as Strandveld Vineyards, and hosts a premium range called Strandveld, as well as being the home of First Sighting wines.

Studier Weingut
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Susana Balbo
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Born into a traditional family, Susana reneged of her fate since she was young by applying to study nuclear physics in Bariloche. Being this a very unconventional choice for the time, her parents refused to let her leave Mendoza. From that point, Susana decided to follow the family business (viticulture) professionally, thus challenging the contemporary social beliefs, because at that time no women had graduated as winemaker. In 1981 Susana received her degree in enology, and became the first woman in Argentina to do so. Her career started in Cafayate, Salta province at Michel Torino winery where she was in charge of developing and stylizing the Torrontes varietal. Afterwards she worked at many well- regarded wineries such as Martins and Catena Zapata. In 2012, she was recognized as one of the "Most influental women wine-makers" by The Drink Business magazine. Later, in 2015, she was awarded by the same magazine as "Woman of the year". Recently in 2018, the magazine recognized her again by including her in the list of "The 10 most influental women in the wine world". Throughout her career as a winemaker, Susana had the opportunity of working internationally. She was the first Argentinean woman hired as a consultant to wineries worldwide: Spain, Chile, Italy, Brazil, Australia, and California. This experience allowed her to always be ahead of market trends and wine styles.

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Despite some of the turbulence in recent years, Taittinger is today one of only a few champagne houses that still bears the name its management carries. Now it's Pierre-Emmanuel Taittinger, his daughter Vitalie and his son Clovis, who share the Carrying on the family tradition and preparing the incomparable Champagne guarantee that among connoisseurs around the globe for their charming lightness, her elegance and finesse, but also hers Longevity are famous.

Tempus Two
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Das Weingut wurde 1998 unter dem Namen Hermitage Road gegründet, denn die McGuigan Familie lebte in dieser Straße. Der Begriff ‘Hermitage’ ist jedoch geschützt. So kam der neue Name zustande: Tempus Two, im Sinne von ‘zweiter Anlauf’. Die Wurzeln von Tempus Two sind fest in Australiens ältester Weinregion, dem Hunter Valley, und in einer der bekanntesten Weindynastien des Landes, den McGuigan, verankert. Das Weingut im modernen Design liegt inmitten der grünen, hügeligen Weinberge von Pokolbin, im Herzen des Hunter Valley, und reflektiert die Tempus Two Verve – die Verbindung von Tradition mit der Magie innovativer Ideen.

Tenuta Argentiera
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Tenuta Argentiera stands in a magnificent patch of land in the Maremma that blends countryside and sea, suspended between woods and Mediterranean scrub. We are at the heart of the small but prestigious Doc Bolgheri, a terroir dedicated to great red wines and synonymous with the celebrated “Super Tuscan.” The name Argentiera carries significant meaning: it comes from the silver (“argento”) mines that once dotted the hills of this high lying area of the Maremma – a place rich in natural springs and healing waters. The Estate is the closest winery to the Tyrrhenian coast and at the same time, the highest in altitude of the entire Bolgheri territory, reaching 200 meters above sea level. This dichotomy makes it stand out among all other estates, relishing in a microclimate with unique characteristics.

Tenuta Castelbuono
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In 2001, fascinated by the ancient and almost mystical Region of Umbria and by a wine of extraordinary power and longevity like Sagrantino, the Lunelli family purchased Tenuta Castelbuono, an estate with 30 hectares of vineyards in the communes of Bevagna and Montefalco. Their efforts were initially concentrated on the vineyards, which have now been converted to organic methods. They planted new vines and improved the quality of the existing ones by means of a widespread clonal selection project. The Montefalco Sagrantino was launched in 2003, followed the year after by the Montefalco Rosso. There was a need, though, for a new winery and the Lunelli family, thanks to their firm, long-held friendship with Arnaldo Pomodoro, one of the great contemporary artists, suggested that it should be he who designed it. The Maestro enthusiastically accepted and, after an initial survey of the area, he already had a project in mind. The “Carapace” – as Pomodoro decided to call his winery – required no less than six years’ building work and it was inaugurated and opened to the public – for visits and tastings – in June 2012. It is a unique work of art that calls into question the boundaries between sculpture and architecture. It is the first sculpture in the world in which people can live and work, a unique work in which art and nature, sculpture and wine intermingle, underlining the exceptional nature of both the containing structure and of its contents. It offers itself to one’s gaze as a large copper-covered dome, engraved with fissures that remind one of the furrows in the earth that surrounds it. A sculpted element in the form of a red dart plunging into the soil highlights the work’s place in the landscape. Entering the “Carapace” means penetrating into one of Pomodoro’s sculptures, and one is aware right away of his artistic alphabet, which is immediately recognizable in the internal vault. This is a distinctive, special winery for distinctive, special wines.

Tenuta Luce
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When Vittorio Frescobaldi met Robert Mondavi in the early 90s, a new chapter in the history of the great Tuscan wines was written. From that meeting, a wine came to life inspired by the desire to make a dream come true: to create a wine in Montalcino, a land of choice for the production of excellent wines, that went beyond the boundaries of tradition, while acknowledging and celebrating it, by treasuring the experiences of two historic families in the world of wine. This ambitious project took the name of Tenuta Luce, a name that evokes the sunlight of Montalcino, which is the source of life and nourishment, and marks the passage of the seasons and sets the pace for any and every agricultural activity. Since then, Tenuta Luce has always honored this vision and the symbolic wine of the Tenuta, Luce, has been joined by other exclusive wines, capable of going beyond the boundaries of their territory and earning unanimous approval nationally and internationally.

Tenuta Margon
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Villa Margon, which takes its name from the splendid sixteenth century complex where the Lunelli Group entertains its guests, and Pietragrande, the most recently launched of the Trentino wines, are expressions of Chardonnay and of the family’s long experience with this variety. Maso Montalto, which comes from one of the family’s historic vineyards, overlooked by a wall of rock over a thousand metres high, is a perfect example of the elegance of Pinot Nero grown at high altitude.

Tenuta Roveglia
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On terrain long ago cultivated by the Romans — old farmers still remember ploughs bringing up coins and archeological artifacts — can be found the 15th century walls of the Roveglia farmstead. In the old stable, where the beams, walls and floors of rose Veronese marble give witness to the building’s former use, one now finds a space furnished with family heirlooms and art, devoted to tasting and conviviality. In an adjoining, small lodge that dates from the 19th century wine can be sampled and purchased. Tenuta Roveglia offers to guests not only a view of this past, but also the opportunity to view the present — oenological innovation and the chance to follow the complete cycle of wine production.

Tenuta San Pietro
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Tenuta San Pietro is one of the historical production of wine Gavi DOCG since the XII century on the top of the hill there was a Franciscan monastery and one of the first churches consecrated named S. Peter, who probably gave its name to this area. Caressed by the sea winds, sheltered by the surroundings hills, with clayey ground the Farm benefits from a particular microclimate. This feature allows it to produce high quality wine. In its 60 hectares, of which 30 prevalently cultivated with the typical Cortese species of vine, it distinguishes itself for the uniqueness of a vineyard dating back to the end of the XVIII century. In fact were the Friars who planted that vineyard, the Gorrina, on the original stumps of vitis nobilis. It is one of the very few vines in Europe, which survived the vine pest (phylloxera) at the beginning of the XX century, able to produce an absolutely rare product. San Pietro farm, endowed with any tool which allows grapes to live and grow naturally, brings out the area always directing its efforts towards the attainment of new quality aims. Through a patient research and constant passion it improves the structure, the flavour and the taste of its own wines to offer the excellence to the Italian and foreign market. The vineyards are cultivated in organic-biodynamic conversion. Cultivating following organic and biodynamic practices means for us to implement even a philosophy of life in which we strongly believe. Working with this method we live in a vital and healthy because we exclude completely the use of all chemical and harmful.

Tenuta Ulisse
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Tenuta Ulisse The brothers Antonio and Luigi Ulisse continue a legacy they have from their own personal relationships, which planted the first vines here in early 1900 to sell wine for local sale. Today, the Tenuta Ulisse vineyards cover 55 hectares around the villages of Crecchio and Lanciano inland and Ortona to the future. This affects the winery through a personal mosaic and terroirs, and each grape variety has optimal site conditions for them. If you can smell and taste the typical characteristics of the right Abruzzo grape varieties such as Pecorino, Trebbiano d'Abruzzo, Montepulciano d'Abruzzo, you won't lose an Ulisse! The selective manual harvest belongs in 10 kg containers, cooled by dry ice, the grapes are entitled to the winery. There they are selected again to listen to an absolutely healthy reading. The grapes for rosé and white wines are cooled closed from 3 minutes to -5 ° C by the nitrogen range. When the cell structure was broken up and the extraction was experienced, the intense, fascinating fresh-eating aroma of the wines was developed. The horse stands for freedom, for departure, for movement and symbolizes Antonio and Luigi's drive for innovation. The colorful labels of the ULISSE line were specially perceived by the artist Gino Masciarelli for the Ulisse wines and show the explosion of aromas that the wines sell.

Tenute Silvio Nardi
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Two estates, two slopes, West and East eight plots, several terroirs... The finesse and identity that Sangiovese grosso expresses in each vineyard of the two estates, so different in their soils and climates, are undeniable. Manachiara, exposed to the east where sun rises, offers full bodied and powerful wines. Casale del Bosco, in the west side where sun goes down, offers elegant and complex wines. For the very uniqueness of its orographic position, with its four slopes characterized by specific climate and extremely different soils, Montalcino claims to be the best area for Sangiovese to express its viticulture characteristics. Thanks to Brunello achievements, Montalcino acquires once and for all a wide international reputation and becomes one of the best wine- growing areas in the world. Innovation is a term that characterises the entire history of Tenute Silvio Nardi, where the whole production process today has been shaped by thoroughgoing knowledge of its estate vineyards.

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TerraVentoux winery was born in 2003 from the merge of two cooperatives Les Roches Blanches in Mormoiron and La Montagne Rouge in Villes Sur Auzon, witch previously only sold wine in bulk to prestige negociants. We created and name a range which uality is now recognized in France and abroad. Wine-growing methods improved thanks to a know-how meeting the quality requested: the harvest is selected according to the various plots of vineyards, the Terroirs, age of the vines, the varietals... The range of wines offered by TerraVentoux proved the energy we put into diversifying the taste and aromatic ranges, revealing our know- how. The winery produces AOC Ventoux red, rosé, and White.

Terre da Vino
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This beautiful Winery is headquartered in the heart of the famous wine region of Barolo in the beautiful Langhe in the Piedmont region. The winery has an impressive maturation cellar, the 3000 barrels at a controlled temperature and humidity houses. Terre da vino is founded in 1980, to organize the small wine growers in the region such as in a cooperative. The company places great importance on consistent quality. The strict reduction in the vineyard comes to the traditional selection in the cellar to get more concentrated grapes with a higher sugar content, more color, and extracts. Initially, ten producers with a total 15 hectares of vineyards on this project were involved. In 2002, there are already 70 hectares, which will be increased up to 100 hectares. The work in the vineyard performed by the Terre da vino own agronomists with the scientific advice of the agricultural faculty of the University of Turin.

Terre di Talamo
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Terre di Talamo is located south of Grosseto, in the Tuscan Maremma. The D.O.C.G. is Morellino di Scansano. The 52 hectares estate is on a hillside facing the sea, and offers a view from the Port of Talamone to the Argentario promontory. The vineyards extend over about 32 hectares. They are planted with Sangiovese, Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, Syrah, Alicante, Petit Verdot and Vermentino. At Terre di Talamo the following wines are produced: the Morellino di Scansano "Tempo", the Morellino Riserva, a Petit Verdot based IGT named "Percecco" and the Alicante passito "Ser Ciccio". Three white wines are produced: the "Vento", pure Vermentino, the Vento Forte (late harvest, fermented in oak) and the Vento Teso (pure Viognier). The range is completed by the rose' wine Piano Piano made with Sangiovese and Cabernet. The terrains, which are quite stony, consist of a mixture of brown clay, with exposures from Southeast to Northwest.

Teruzzi & Puthod
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TESTALONGA is owned by Craig & Carla Hawkins. It was established in 2008 with the first wine being a four week Skin Macerated Chenin blanc. We currently rent 11ha of organically farmed vineyards all based on the granite soils of the Paardeberg, and 4 ha on the Sandstone soils of the Piketberg. In 2015 we purchased a farm on the slate soils of the northern mountains of the Swartland called Bandits Kloof. The first vineyards were planted in 2018 on Bandits Kloof, the focus of the farm being Mediterranean grape varieties We strive to make wine from grapes and nothing else.

The Fish Wives Club
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The Fishwives Club Boutique Winery is a New World wine from Cape Town, South Africa. We're unique because we literally have the pick of the finest grapes and choice of exceptional terroirs the world famous Cape Wine region has to offer. The grapes are personally selected by our serial award-winning winemaker, none other than Imbuko’s Theunis Van Zijl, who sources from both his own Estate as well as the bountiful Cape regions - internationally renowned for producing the best their particular cultivars have to offer. The result is an extraordinary collection of noticeably superior wines made to The Fishwives Club’s unique (patent pending) specifications and particular subtle French Oak and American Maple wood influences to produce our export quality wines, consistent in character, distinction and style, regardless of the volume. Year in. Year out. That is the art and hallmark of a true winemaker.

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In July 1983 the McLean Family Trust bought the old fruit farm Thelema, situated on the top of the Helshoogte Pass about 6 kilometers outside of Stellenbosch. This purchase was the culmination of a long search by Gyles and Barbara Webb for that rare location where exceptional wines could be made, for this is their sole intention. The farm comprises 157 ha of land on the slopes of the Simonsberg. The elevation ranges from 370 to 640 meters above sea level of mainly south-facing slopes, making Thelema one of the highest and probably coolest wine farms in the Stellenbosch area. Although wine had been made on the farm in the early part of the century and table grapes produced until the late 1960's, there were no vines on the farm at the time of purchase. The 25 ha under cultivation consisted of plums, apples and pears in varying stages of degeneration. The neglected state of the farm could not detract from its charm - there are spectacular views of the Simonsberg, Drakenstein and Jonkershoek Mountains and the farm is dotted with enormous oak trees. It has, however, involved an enormous effort to convert Thelema into a wine farm.

Three Thieves
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The “three thieves”, Three Thieves, believe that great wines should not be the privilege of a few. In her opinion, it is a pleasure that should not be withheld from anyone. So Joel Gott, Charles Bieler and Roger Scommegna began their hunt for brilliant wines in order to offer them at fair prices on the market and also to give those with smaller pockets the chance of a good drop. What sounds a bit like Robin Hood is meant seriously and achieved cult status almost overnight with the first wine launched.

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TOKARA winery is situated on the crest of the Helshoogte Pass, about 5km from the historic winemaking town of Stellenbosch. Apart from award winning architecture, the estate offers magnificent vistas of the Simonsberg Mountains, False Bay, Table Mountain and the lush Idas Valley. The winery building’s industrial nature is softened by uncomplicated architecture and design. A composition of simple, natural materials and clean, strong lines characterize the structure, offering clarity of form within a breathtaking environment. The wine production and marketing facility was designed to reflect the character of the wines themselves – innovative and distinctive. Spaces interact efficiently, with practicality being a core element. The winery’s operational layout incorporates cutting- edge technologies and computerised control systems to ensure all TOKARA wines meet the necessary standards of excellence.

Torbreck Vintners
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Torbreck Vintners was created with the aim of building one of the best wine estates in the world. The vision is to pay homage to the vineyards of the Barossa Valley, home to some of the oldest vines on the planet.

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A tale of three generations Fifty years ago Grandfather Min and then his son Livio Zorzettig gave life to a story that continues today with La Tunella of Massimo and Marco Zorzettig (who cherish the family traditions together with their mother Gabriella). They and their highly-valued collaborators, among whom they count their friend Luigino Zamparo, an oenologist of remarkable ability, fuse a sense of the present with the memory of the past, animated with the desire to experiment the new and to maintain the noblest traditions of the Colli Orientali del Friuli. The wines of La Tunella embody the fresh liveliness of new and creative energies… but history, memory and tradition remain the solid and enduring corner-stones of the present, constructing the future day after day.

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Two Hands Winery
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The idea for Two Hands was born in September 1999 when founders Michael Twelftree and Richard Mintz sat at a friend’s engagement party and decided it was time to make their own wine and market it on the world stage. The original aim was, and still is, to make the best possible Shiraz-based wines from prized growing regions throughout Australia.  With so much Australian wine being sold around the globe under multi-region labels in a formulaic style, the intention was to break the mould and showcase the diversity of Australian Shiraz by highlighting regional and vineyard characteristics by allowing the fruit to be the primary feature of the wines. Today, Two Hands is owned by Michael Twelftree, together with Colorado native Tim Hower.  Tim’s love of the Barossa Valley led him to acquire several premium vineyards across the region and brought him into contact with Two Hands, culminating in his investment in February 2015. Since Tim’s involvement, Two Hands has gone on to secure additional estate vineyards, notably the Holy Grail site on Seppeltsfield Road, which is set for further vineyard development in 2016. With Michael and Tim sharing an ambitious vision for the future, Two Hands next chapter in the journey is sure to be exciting.

Uitkyk Wine Estate
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Situated just outside Stellenbosch, Uitkyk (pronounced “8 cake”) means lookout. The name refers to the magnificent vistas of the Cape Peninsula, False Bay and Table Mountain. Established in 1712, the estate features a unique neo-classical manor house in the Georgian style. The uncovering and restoration of the murals, which were discovered in the hallway under 15 layers of paint, took three years and was completed at the end of 1998. With its cutting edge design elements, the modern tasting centre, which is located in the historic wine cellar, manifests the essence of Uitkyk: an Estate where traditions and trends meet.

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Vagnoni brothers’ farm rises on the back of a fine hill in the Tuscan countries. The farm has twenty hectares of vineyard producing several kinds of wine, as Vernaccia of San Gimignano that is one of the main products of this area as it has been the first Italian wine to have had recognized the mark D.O.C.G. in 1966. It’s obtained by the grapes that come from the hilly ground, where are the vines that contain 100% of the vineyard “Vernaccia di San Gimignano”. The fermentation with checked temperature last about 12-18 days into steel and cement tubs. In 1993 Vernaccia is entered in the ambit of more quality wines achieving the mark D.O.C.G.

Val de Vie
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THE VINES @ Val de Vie Wine and Polo Estate set the scene for a romantic collaboration, where quality meets perfection in true Huguenot fashion. A unique French-style village located on its own private vineyard and 2 dams within the prestigious Val de Vie Wine and Polo Estate in the Franschhoek valley. Val de Vie is in close proximity to the heart of the Western Cape's fine dining capital, Franschhoek. Here you will find THE VINES - a rare investment opportunity; 20 exclusive full title homes set against the backdrop of the majestic Simonsberg mountain range. Ideally located, just a scenic 45 minutes away from Cape Town city centre and half an hour from Cape Town International Airport. Some of the finest public and private schools in South Africa including Bridge House, Paarl Boys and Paarl Gymnasium to name a few, are on your doorstep. As a VINES resident and Val de Vie Estate Homeowner, you can experience a range of uniquely unparalleled privileges, whether you are an adventure seeker, leisure lounger or lifestyle connoisseur. Answer the call of the Fish Eagle today and experience the ultimate secure family lifestyle destination.

Van Loveren

Van Loveren has been in the Retief family since 1937 when Hennie Retief snr acquired the land in the Robertson Valley and named it after Christiena van Loveren, an ancestor of his new bride, Jean van Zyl. From humble beginnings Van Loveren has grown to become South Africa's leading family- owned winery, known for their consistency, award-winning wines as well as innovation.

Vecchia Torre
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Today, The Vecchia Torre Wineryis one of the most important cooperatives in the Province of Lecce and stands an example of one of the successful companies in the Apulia. The company has been growing since it began in 1959: today there are 1.240 members who produce about 12.000 tons of grapes annually from their 1.100 hectares of vineyards. The winery produces more than 2.500.000 bottles per year and exports about the 60% of its production. The main objective, is the intense respect we have for our culture and traditions and the sincere relationship with our members, who are followed and advised in all phases of the grape development. Due to the huge quantity of grapes harvested, we have to immediately make a careful selection using some advanced wine techniques to establish the right vinification processes needed for the different grape quality. Among different grapes varieties, the predominant varietals are the local Negroamaro, Primitivo and Malvasia of Lecce; other red grapes are Montepulciano and Syrah. The most important white varietals are Vermentino, Malvasia Bianca, Chardonnay and Trebbiano.

Vega Sicilia
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Ribera del Duero’s aristocratic Vega Sicilia winery has a long history dating back to 1864, and the exceptional Vega Sicilia Unico is Spain’s most famous wine. Since 1982 the winery has been owned by the Álvarez family, members of the Primum Familiae Vini, a global (and very restricted) association of some of the world’s top winemaking families. Around 40% of Vega Sicilia’s vineyards are planted in traditional Bordeaux varieties introduced by the winery’s founder, Elroy Lecanda y Chaves, back in the 1800s. Their favoured variety, though, is Tempranillo, which winemaker Javier Ausdas deems to be ‘the best in the world’. With some of the vines over 100 years old, here it is all about patience, aging in barrel and bottle for as long as it takes to achieve the family’s exalted goals. If the vintage doesn’t stack up, the flagship Vega Sicilia Unico will simply not be made. There is a 5000-person waiting list to become eligible for an annual allotment, and really, you’d be leaving these wines for decades to realize their true potential, before popping the cork.

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Founded on 1 February 1700, Vergelegen (meaning "situated far away"), has been under the ownership of some of the world's great explorers and visionaries, each of whom, in their own way, have helped shape Vergelegen to what it is today: a world- class Estate. With its world renowned handcrafted wines, its history spanning over 300 years, heritage, exquisite gardens and refined cuisine, it comes as no surprise that Vergelegen continues to be the choice of the discerning visitor seeking a total sensory experience. For this reason, the Estate has borne witness to many visits of heads of state and celebrities from all over the world.

Vignoble Chirat
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The history of « the Chirat vineyard » really began in 1984 with a young farmer’s desire to realize his dream : that of changing from the mixed farming done by his family for several generations, in order to plunge headlong into vine- growing on the vertiginous, terraced hillsides of Condrieu. It was 24 years later that father and son entered into partnership to create the EARL VIGNOBLES CHIRAT as it is known today. Young agriculturist since July 2012, Aurelien seeks to uphold the quality of his father’s wines whilst bringing in the experience of his studies and the work he had done in other vineyards (New Zealand, the south of France and Burgundy).

Vignobles Fontan
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We are the fourth generation to take care of our ancestors' land. 30 years ago, our parents, Aline et Jean-Claude Fontan, created a vineyard of 80 hectares on this land so full of promise, using typical grape varieties suited to its 'terroir'. As wine makers, we grow the vines ourselves and distil our brandy, producing wines from Gascony and Armagnacs for our customers. Our life revolves around the grapevine; season after season, we listen to it, observe it, protect it and harvest its fruit. We understand that the land is not ungrateful, but quite simply just. If we feed it well: not too much, not too little, it will return the fruits of our effort, enhanced by the passion and expertise of our team.

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Vilafonte is the first American and South African joint wine- making venture within the global wine community. This ground-breaking unique red wine project is a partnership between a well respected group of quality driven wine specialists from South Africa and the United States. Vilafonte is the first winery in South Africa to be focused on producing wine specifically for the US market. The Vilafonte philosophy embodies an obsession with quality, from the soil through to the bottle, and an absolute focus on luxury positioning. The name, Vilafonte, derives from the primary soil type of the 100 acre estate, whose character forms the foundation of the wines. The Vilafonte team blends a unique combination of knowledge, skills, international perspective, and international recognition. The Vilafonte project aims to create the first Luxury Wine brand from South Africa.

Villa Maria
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Vina Aromo
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The winery was founded in 1922 and taken over in 1940 by the well-known winemaker, the Chilean Victor Henrique Solares. Today his sons Arturo and Manuel manage the winery. The Viña Aromo is located in the Valle de Maule region, approximately 350 km south of Santiago de Chile in the town of Talca. The Maule wine-growing region offers a very high diversity of different soil types and microclimates and is also known as the land of Carménère. The winery has around 300 hectares of its own vineyards, which are divided into four vineyards. Santa Margarita Vineyard and El Pilar Vineyard in Valle Central are in close proximity to the Rio de Maule. The soils here are fluvial and the climate is somewhat warmer. The other two vineyards, El Trapiche Vineyard and Ventolera Vineyard, are located further west on the stony slopes of the coastal mountains and are somewhat cooler. In the modern cellar, the best grapes from our own vineyards are pressed into wine for the Aromo wines. The Aromo wines are characterized by very high-quality workmanship and appeal with their elegant and fruity style. The Aromo wines have won many international awards and prizes and offer wine lovers a lot of enjoyment at an attractive price.

Vina Cobos
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Viña Cobos is the inspired vision of three dreamers who one day undertook the challenge of producing great Argentine red wine that would be on par with the best-known wines of the world. From that moment, Andrea Marchiori, Luis Barraud and Paul Hobbs started to make noble wines of superior quality, placing Malbec and Argentina on stage with the world’s greatest wine producers. Paul first experienced Argentina in 1989 and was immediately intrigued by the cultural tradition of the country and by the terroir – being pleasantly surprised by its extraordinary potential for growing Malbec and other varietals. Andrea and Luis, both from Mendoza and each with a strong family heritage linked to viticulture, travelled to California in 1997 to perfect their work as winemakers. There they met Paul, with whom they shared their vision of producing ultra- premium wines in Argentina. Following this encounter, they decided to create Viña Cobos, and named the winery after the street where the very special Marchiori vineyard is located.

Vina Errazuriz
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Don Maximiano Errázuriz founded Viña Errázuriz in 1870. With his great vision for the future and his innovative, pioneering spirit, he planted the first French grape varieties in the Aconcagua Valley. His initiative and creativity were handed down to future generations and, in just over a century, his descendants consolidated the winery and positioned their wines among the world’s most noteworthy.

Vina Siegel
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The Siegel family create on about 600ha of vineyards in the Colchagua vineyards San Elias, Crucero, El Crucero and Gran Crucero. Alberto Siegel, founder and owner of the vineyard studied at the Universidad Catolica de Chile, agriculture and oenology. After a brief stay in Germany he returned to Chile and was located in San Fernando as an independent wine broker. By the way, he set up his own company, where he worked in the past 15 years produced only cask wine, but it enjoyed a great reputation, that he decided to sell the wine under his own name.

Vina Sutil
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Our vision is to be recognized for delivering a high value proposition through our diverse portfolio of brands and products, and for our integrity and ability to understand and adapt to the needs of our customers.

Vina Ventisquero
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Ventisquero first began production in 1998 and is currently managed by a youthful, creative and entrepreneurial team. Faithful to our slogan of going “A Step Beyond,” we make high- quality wines in a modern and cutting-edge style. We find ways to communicate our message in a manner that is both heartfelt and distinctive. Instrumental in the construction of our new winery in the Maipo Coast in 2000 was Chief Enologist Felipe Tosso. This was the valley from where our first grapes were harvested and made into wine. Three years later, we ventured into the Casablanca Valley and the famous valley of Apalta, recognized today as the birthplace of Ventisquero’s most celebrated wines. With estate vineyards located in Chile’s best winegrowing regions – the Maipo Coast, Casablanca and Colchagua – and rigorous research aimed at understanding terroir, our mission is to consistently deliver the finest quality in our wines. .

Vinas del Vero
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Vite Colte
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Vite Colte is the winegrower’s skill. 180 winegrowers with 300 hectares of vineyard in Piedmont, part of which undergoing conversion to organic farming procedures. Every winegrower devotes a part of his estate to the Vite Colte project, ensuring that it receives the most meticulous attention, with constant dialogues with the technical agronomist. Real winegrowers, who contribute all their skills, passion and his presence. Behind each Vite Colte’s wine there is a face, a story and a family. We have everything we need: a vast heritage of vineyards, which means we can choose the best, the best motivated winegrowers of the group, with their families; modern enological systems, the technology which is needed to preserve and enhance the quality of the grapes; a first-class technical group coordinated by Daniele Eberle in the vineyards together with Bruno Cordero in our winery.

Volbeat online at WeinBaule.de | The home of wine

ROCK ’N’ RUM - Volbeat is crazy about rum and now presents the 3rd edition "You will never be able to try anything like it," says singer and guitarist Michael Poulsen. Volbeat Rum I and II were limited editions that were mainly sold in specialty stores. she were unique, they quickly became collectibles among rum connoisseurs. Volbeat Rum vol. III is now aimed at all connoisseurs who are looking for a TOP rum at a reasonable price. Poulsen notes that the latest version is cheaper and more accessible at the same time. Still the taste is and the quality is still top notch. “The good thing about rum is that it's not just about the price,” he says Singer. “You can also make a quality product and still keep an eye on the price. The only thing that matters is the right mix and manufacture. " In the end, Volbeat Rum is vol. III is unique, but still a rum for everyone. It's a rum which rum-connoisseurs will love, but also someone who can convert convert. Skål!

Vondeling online at WeinBaule.de | The home of wine

Vondeling, meaning ‘foundling’, lies on the slopes of the unspoilt and undiscovered Paardeberg mountain, approximately 45 minutes’ drive from Cape Town. It was granted to Swedish immigrant Oloff Bergh in 1704, and a three-centuries-old winemaking tradition began. Today, an environmentally sensitive approach to farming and minimal intervention during the winemaking process ensure wine with a distinct fingerprint of origin. Vondeling’s flagship wines, Vondeling Babiana and Vondeling Monsonia, are named after rare species of fynbos that are endemic to the Paardeberg mountain, the home of Vondeling Wines.


Estate Distillery Walcher Infused with the soul of our breath-taking countryside and inspired by the art of distillation, we put our hearts and souls into our innermost passion: To enrich life with top-quality spirits. It’s a good feeling, because great taste connects people.

Warwick Estate
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The Warwick Estate is a family- owned and run winery. Managing Director Michael Ratcliffe is the 3rd generation family member to oversee this high quality boutique operation that has been lauded globally for excellence and consistency. Mike is passionately involved in many aspects of the South African and global wine industry and has held senior leadership positions in industry bodies. From 1771 til 1902, Warwick Wine Farm was known as the farm ‘De Goede Sukses’. After the Anglo Boer war in 1902, Colonel William Alexander Gordon, Commanding Officer of the Warwickshire regiment decided against returning to England and bought the farm. He renamed it ‘Warwick’ as a tribute to his regiment and the rest, as they say, is history. Warwick was purchased on April 1st 1964 by Stan Ratcliffe after an extensive search for the best ‘terroir’ in the Cape. Together with his new bride Norma , they soon realized the potential of the extraordinary property and began planting Cabernet Sauvignon. The Cabernet Sauvignon vines produced high quality grapes, which were soon in demand from neighbouring wineries. Norma became more and more interested in the making of wine and began to study the subject. Soon a cellar was in place and in 1984 the first ‘legal’ Warwick vintage was released (a Cabernet Sauvignon). It seemed Norma had the talent for making great wines and production soon increased. In 1986 Warwick Trilogy was releases, a Bordeaux style blend which has since became one of the flagships of the South African Wine Industry.

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Our aim is to produce “honest” wines that truly express our unique site on the Schapenberg. At Waterkloof we are fortunate enough to be looking after a vineyard, capable of producing naturally balanced grapes, imbued with their own character and sense of place. To respectfully transmit this character and balance into the bottle, we believe it makes sense to turn those grapes into wine with minimal intervention and maximum care. We monitor, we do not dictate. With this in mind, all fruit is hand-picked and handsorted. Following this careful selection, our red and white grapes are handled differently, but are both treated with an equally natural approach.

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Weingut Familie Strehn
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Variety is the true soul of wine: flavours, aromas and textures fill our wines with life. Every sip reveals something new and allows you to share in this fantastic sensory wealth. Pia's unforgettable experiences in the motherland of good flavour - France - are reflected in every wine. The red and white white wines tell of the Strehns' love of their homeland. The rosés are love in action and as such can hardly be described by conventional means. If you want to experience them, you have to internalise them in the truest sense of the word. And feel the sunshine and moonlight, warmth and coolness, soil and, last but not least, the devotion in them.

Weingut Frank
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Our family has been growing wine for many generations, which is why treating nature responsibly and with respect comes naturally to us - after all, the soils also have to give future generations the opportunity to harvest healthy grapes. Planting crop covers stimulates the soil, ensureing nutrient supply to the vines. This also promotes biodiversity - and this simply is the best plant protection.

Wente Vineyards
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Wente Vineyards is a highly successful, family-owned and operated winery founded over 130 years ago in Livermore, California. It is managed today by the fourth and fifth generations of the Wente family and produces premium wines sourced from nearly 3,000 acres of estate vineyards in the Livermore Valley (located within the larger San Francisco Bay appellation), and Arroyo Seco (located in Monterey County) winegrowing regions. Wente is perhaps most renowned for having brought cuttings from Montpelier to California in the 19th century, including the Wente clone of Chardonnay, the most widely planted in California today. All Wente wines are made from estate grown fruit.

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Whalehaven is the third oldest wine producer in the Hemel-en-Aarde Valley. Carefully crafting wines since 1995. Galileo Galilei said it best, “Wine is sunlight, held together by water”. Named after the protective bay that shelters breeding Southern Right whales in the Cape winter months, Whalehaven is a boutique winery situated in Hemel-en-Aarde, just outside Hermanus, that creates a delightful array of wines that intrigue and tantalise the palate. Our artisan winery offers an array of hand crafted wines including exceptional site-specific Chardonnay and Pinot Noir.

Wild Rock Wine Company
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The Wild Rock Wine Company is a producer of regionally diverse wines from a combination of owned, leased and contracted vineyards in Hawke's Bay, Martinborough, Marlborough and Central Otago. From our 'Wild Whites' (Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay, Pinot Gris, Rose) to the 'Rich Reds' (Syrah, Merlot/Malbec) and 'Just Pinot', Wild Rock's modern, unconstrained and memorable collection of wines speak uniquely of New Zealand and showcase some of the county's best known varietals.

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Helmut Wilderer, a German restaurateur, decided to leave the industry and founded Wilderer Distillery in January 1995 – South Africa’s first private grappa distillery. Wilderer is not only South Africa’s first private distillery, but also the most awarded, with over 100 international medals and awards, including many Gold and Double Gold Medals.

Winery On
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A wine project that combines highly artistic and imaginative components within the winemaking and the design. Wines that inevitably stimulate us to share what they make us feel, colliding with contemporary artistic expressions and a celebration of popular culture. In a unique setting and terroir in the east of Spain, in Murcia, we find the rising D.O. Yecla and its native grape. The Monastrell. The most important ingredients of our daring and mediterranean wines.

Wines of Substance
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Growing up just outside of Sacramento, California, in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada Mountains, Charles Smith began craving worldly travel at a young age due to his Welsh mother and French father. His wine journey began as a migrant restaurant, spending winters in Palm Springs and summers in Lake Tahoe or Napa Valley from the ages of nineteen to twenty-nine. This period of his life became a catalyst for his passion for wine. In 1989 Charles decided to move to Denmark (for a lady friend he met in the states). While in Scandinavia, Charles spent the next nine years managing rock bands and concert tours throughout Europe, including the famed Danish duo, The Raveonettes. Wining, dining and hard partying while on the road ultimately triggered the career he has today. In 1999, he moved back to the United States, specifically to the Pacific Northwest, opening a wine shop on Bainbridge Island, just across the Puget Sound from downtown Seattle. On a road trip in late 1999, he passed through the small town of Walla Walla and met a young Frenchman and winemaker. The two men discovered their common passion for great Syrah and Charles was eventually convinced to move to Walla Walla and make his own juice. On December 2nd, 2001, Charles released his first wine, 330 cases of the 1999 K Syrah. The Walla Walla Valley was now his home. After a devastating freeze in 2004, Charles brought to life a label he had once in a dream: HOUSE WINES. Low and behold, the label concept had never been created or trademarked, so Charles launched the legendary brand before selling it to Precept Brands in 2006. That same year, Charles started a second brand, Charles Smith Wines. The brand was themed as “The Modernist Project,” which focuses on the way people generally consume wine today: immediately. As the collection grew in popularity, Charles wanted to provide even more people around the globe access to the exceptional wines, so he sold the collection of five wines —Kung Fu Girl Riesling, Eve Chardonnay, Chateau Smith Cabernet Sauvignon, The Velvet Devil Merlot and Boom Boom! Syrah—to Constellation Brands in October 2016 in order to bring them to consumers around the world through their global distribution network. The intent was (and still is) to create wines to be enjoyed now, but with true typicity of both the varietal and the vineyard. His story continued with the creation of Charles & Charles, CasaSmith ViNO, SIXTO, and Substance. The constant innovator and his restless nature ensure that the story doesn’t end there. In 2015, the Charles Smith footprint broadened to Seattle with the opening of Jet City, the largest urban winery on the west coast, that has attracted tens of thousands of visitors since its debut. In 2017, he unveiled a new name for his international company and vast portfolio – Wines of Substance, which is defined as the quality of being important, valid and significant. Wines of Substance illustrates Charles’ philosophy of producing exceptional wines to be enjoyed by everyone around the globe. Charles Smith is the only person to have received Winemaker of the Year distinctions by both Wine Enthusiast (2014) and Food & Wine (2009). In 2008, K Vintners was recognized by Wine & Spirits magazine as one of the “Best New Wineries of the Last Ten Years,” and as “Winery of the Year” in their annual buying guide. His wines continue to receive broad recognition from leading wine publications such as Wine Advocate, Wine Spectator, Wine Enthusiast, and Wine & Spirits with 98 scores of 95 points and above, and 386 scores of 90 points and above.

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Welcome Wolfberger, first brand of Alsace wines which celebrated in 2012 its 110 years of know-how to the vineyard. More than a century of history and conquest, history Wolfberger is the adventure of united wineries and always pioneers who have never stopped innovating. Wolfberger worthy ambassador of Alsace through three businesses: Vins d'Alsace, Cremant d'Alsace et Eaux-de-Vie d'Alsace.

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A fifth generation descendant of Samuel Smith who founded Yalumba in 1849, Robert did not need to find an industry in which to build a career. Following his forebears Samuel, Sidney and Walter “Tiger” Smith, then his father Wyndham, Robert joined Yalumba in 1970 working in the vintage cellar laboratory and the vineyards. He travelled extensively through the vineyard regions of Europe and America doing harvest work at Chateau Rahoul and Domaine Dujac before returning in 1979. On his return he joined the sales and marketing department and in 1981 assumed responsibility for exports, mapping an international strategy for the company brands. In 1983, he was appointed Marketing Manager and immediately commenced his quest to mould a new fine wine philosophy and brand strategy for the family business. In 1985, Robert was appointed Managing Director of Yalumba, making him one of the youngest MDs the Australian wine industry had seen. His appointment came at a time when the Australian wine industry was poised on the brink of a revolution that would see a major shift in Australian wine consumption. Four years later, in 1989, Robert and his brother Sam purchased all shares in the company not held by their family, thereby ensuring the growth and future direction of the company. The family business underwent a restructure and a change of direction that would see Yalumba emerge as one of the Australian wine industry’s success stories. In October 2008 Robert was recognised for his contribution to the Australian wine industry with the prestigious ‘Len Evans Award’ with Gourmet Traveller WINE. “Rob Hill Smith’s leadership qualities have driven Yalumba to the enviable position it occupies today as one of Australia’s most progressive and successful wine companies. For his perspicacity in looking at the wider industry picture and finding ways that he and Yalumba can contribute to the growth of the Australian wine industry, and for the spirit of generosity that underlies this, he is worthy recipient of the Len Evans Award 2008” Peter Forrestal, chairman of Judges. In the month following, Robert was also recognised as an inspirational South Australian, through the SA Great South Australian of the Year Awards, receiving the ‘South Australian of the Year BUSINESS Award 2008’. In response to receiving this prestigious award Robert shared, “As a proud South Aussie I am both shocked and thrilled to accept this award, and I do so on behalf of my Yalumba team and the many other professionals in this State who have assisted in this recognition. “I am committed to our wine company remaining energetic, innovative, quality focussed and young at heart. This State is a great place to do business... we have talent in abundance with a fantastic work ethic - and long may that last. I truly hope with your support I can continue to provide career opportunities for talent whether it be in the Barossa, Adelaide, Auckland, London or Napa.” Outside work and family, Robert's consuming interest is sport and is a keen thoroughbred horse breeder, enjoys cricket, golf and football and plays a fair game of tennis. An occasional wine judge he finds time to enjoy good food and great wine and is mates with most of the great chefs of Australia. Actually he seems to be very conversant with many people from all walks of life and his memory is legendary. Married to Annabel since 1986, his 3 daughters Jessica, Lucy and Georgia fill out the family album. A fifth generation descendant of Samuel Smith who founded Yalumba in 1849, Robert did not need to find an industry in which to build a career. Following his forebears Samuel, Sidney and Walter “Tiger” Smith, then his father Wyndham, Robert joined Yalumba in 1970 working in the vintage cellar laboratory and the vineyards. He travelled extensively through the vineyard regions of Europe and America doing harvest work at Chateau Rahoul and Domaine Dujac before returning in 1979. On his return he joined the sales and marketing department and in 1981 assumed responsibility for exports, mapping an international strategy for the company brands. In 1983, he was appointed Marketing Manager and immediately commenced his quest to mould a new fine wine philosophy and brand strategy for the family business. In 1985, Robert was appointed Managing Director of Yalumba, making him one of the youngest MDs the Australian wine industry had seen. His appointment came at a time when the Australian wine industry was poised on the brink of a revolution that would see a major shift in Australian wine consumption. Four years later, in 1989, Robert and his brother Sam purchased all shares in the company not held by their family, thereby ensuring the growth and future direction of the company. The family business underwent a restructure and a change of direction that would see Yalumba emerge as one of the Australian wine industry’s success stories. In October 2008 Robert was recognised for his contribution to the Australian wine industry with the prestigious ‘Len Evans Award’ with Gourmet Traveller WINE. “Rob Hill Smith’s leadership qualities have driven Yalumba to the enviable position it occupies today as one of Australia’s most progressive and successful wine companies. For his perspicacity in looking at the wider industry picture and finding ways that he and Yalumba can contribute to the growth of the Australian wine industry, and for the spirit of generosity that underlies this, he is worthy recipient of the Len Evans Award 2008” Peter Forrestal, chairman of Judges. In the month following, Robert was also recognised as an inspirational South Australian, through the SA Great South Australian of the Year Awards, receiving the ‘South Australian of the Year BUSINESS Award 2008’. In response to receiving this prestigious award Robert shared, “As a proud South Aussie I am both shocked and thrilled to accept this award, and I do so on behalf of my Yalumba team and the many other professionals in this State who have assisted in this recognition. “I am committed to our wine company remaining energetic, innovative, quality focussed and young at heart. This State is a great place to do business... we have talent in abundance with a fantastic work ethic - and long may that last. I truly hope with your support I can continue to provide career opportunities for talent whether it be in the Barossa, Adelaide, Auckland, London or Napa.” Outside work and family, Robert's consuming interest is sport and is a keen thoroughbred horse breeder, enjoys cricket, golf and football and plays a fair game of tennis. An occasional wine judge he finds time to enjoy good food and great wine and is mates with most of the great chefs of Australia. Actually he seems to be very conversant with many people from all walks of life and his memory is legendary. Married to Annabel since 1986, his 3 daughters Jessica, Lucy and Georgia fill out the family album.

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ZANTHO wines are created in collaboration between Josef Umathum and Wolfgang Peck in the Andau wine cellar. Josef Umathum guarantees the high quality of the grapes produced and is responsible for quality management in the vineyards. Wolfgang Peck, managing director of the Andau wine cellar, is the oenologist responsible for the vinification. Together, typical regional wines are produced from local grape varieties on almost 70 hectares of vineyards.

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The winery is in San Benedetto di Lugana, in the municipality of Peschiera del Garda, about 25 km west of Verona. Its location on the Veneto side of Lake Garda affords it an extremely favourable microclimate. It comprises 70 hectares, in the best vineyard sites of Lugana and in the Valpolicella Classico, right in the midst of areas richly laden with important historical, economic, and cultural events and memories.

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