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  • Adega Familiar Eladio Piñeiro
  • Albert Besombes
  • AlmaViva Winery
  • Alto Landon

    Alto Landon

    Located in Landete, Cuenca, in  betwenn 3 provinces:Valencia, Cuenca and Teruel, up to  1080 metrers altitud.

    Our wineyards has a total of 70 hectáreas and in the middle of them, the winery. 

      ALTOLANDON philosophy is to make high quality wines, and so quality grapes. We take care everything related to grapes, from the vineyard, with organic farming , selecting the vairieties and the type of clons for each one, paying special  attention to the type of soil where every vine is planted....

    We choosed this particular place for our project because we looked for a special place where the climate and the soil were optimal for the vineyards. With our soil, climate and altitude we have 3 important and special things to get a special and healthy grapes.

    Highland wineyards give to the wines unic characteristics who make the wines specials, terroir wines, wines with own personality.

    MÁS VINOS DE BODEGAS ALTO LANDON

  • Angove Family Winemakers

    Angove Family Winemakers

    La bodega se fundó en 1886 y es una de las bodegas más exitosas de Australia. Desde que en 1886 el Dr. William Thomas Angove llegara a Australia proveniente del Reino Unido ya es la quinta generación de bodegueros y utilizan técnicas sostenibles y aplicadas al viñedo para cuidar el entorno.

    Founded in 1886 Angove Family Winemakers is one of Australia’s most successful wine businesses – a fifth generation family company with a tradition of excellence and an eye for the future. Our focus on sustainability in all aspect of our winery and vineyards, will ensure we are here for many generations to come. We are committed to private ownership and have confidence that remaining in family hands enables the company to be master of our own destiny and remain true to our stated organic and sustainability aims with a clear focus on building on over 125 years of winemaking excellence.

    The making of great wines begins with the soil. Soil sustains the life of a vine, providing water and nutrients that allow it to flourish and produce grapes of distinctive flavour. A healthy soil with high organic matter provides vines with healthier root systems. The variations in soil across South Australia give rise to an eclectic range of amazing sites for grape growing. From the diversities of McLaren Vale’s dark loam over limestone, sand hills, alluvial plains and black cracking clay to the Terra Rosa of Coonawarra and the Riverland. A kaleidoscope of terroirs and fruit flavours to craft.

    Angove Family Winemakers have a diverse range of vineyards across South Australia. We take a holistic approach to growing grapes, we are progressive, generational farmers and have an enduring belief that the land is both an asset and a responsibility

    We farm over 500 acres of vineyards across South Australia with one third certified organic meaning we use no artificial herbicides, pesticides and fertilisers. Growing Organic grapes ensures we are sustainable, are friendly to our environment, have lower pollution and healthier soils that ultimately make better wines. The vines have naturally stronger immune systems and greater resistance to pests, insects and disease

    Our McLaren Vale plantings of Shiraz and Grenache contain vines believed to be over 100 years of age. These produce grapes with fantastic flavour and colour concentration and go in to making our top wines.

  • Aquila - La Delizia

    Aquila - La Delizia

    The story about Viticoltori Friulani La Delizia is a story of foresight, passion, diligence and tradition. The Cooperative was born on May 7, 1931 due to the first 70 charters members, who joined their forces to create a big cooperative, subscribing the Constitution Act of the Cantina Sociale Cooperativa Destra Tagliamento.

    Established in 1931 as Cantina Sociale Cooperativa Destra Tagliamento, the company Viticoltori Friulani La Delizia is the largest wine-making facility of the Region Friuli Venezia Giulia.
    The company rates more than 500 wine growers with 2000 hectares of vineyards that extend throughout the Friuli plain, within the renowned "Friuli Grave" and "Prosecco" D.O.C. Areas historically vocated to the viticulture and to a production that allows to obtain wines with a strong identity and character, exported successfully in the major foreign countries.
    In a specific area of over 100 hectares are present the different varieties of grapes growned in Friuli. In collaboration with leading Research Institutes and Centres, clonal experiments are carried out and a nursery activity aimed at improving the research and the quality of the wine heritage is developed.

  • Ata Rangi
  • Bader-Mimeur
  • Baron Philippe Rothschild
  • Bartoli Giusti

    Bartoli Giusti

    Bartoli Giusti is one of the most ancient family of Montalcino and cultivates vineyards  from centuries.

    Our farm “Tenuta Comunali”  has a surface 125 hectares on the hills that look towards Montalcino.

    Fattoria Bartoli Giusti cultivates 50 hectares of cereals, 5 hectares of olive grove and 12 of vineyard with only Sangiovese grapes.

    The vineyards are  situated at the heart of the Brunello area.

    Today the company is run by the brothers Gino Antonio and  Anna Maria Focacci, keepers of an ancient traditions and also promoters of great technological innovations.

    The handpicked grapes are carefully rigorously selected both in the vineyard and in the cellar.

    The altitude of vineyards is 300-350 metres above sea level, and the great difference in temperature between day and night determine the particular richness of aromatic nuances of the wines produced in this area. The wines are intense, complex and particularly fine.

  • Bellorí Bodegas y Viñedos

    Bellorí Bodegas y Viñedos

    El viñedo está situado en un altiplano a más de 800 metros de altitud, por encima del resto de la altitud de la Denominación de Origen que oscila entre los 700 y los 800 metros. También su suelo es especialmente pedregoso aportando a los vinos una gran personalidad.

  • Blossom Hill

    Blossom Hill

    Blossom Hill began with a revolution.

    Back in 1992, in the Californian sunshine, our first winemaker Carol Thorup passionately believed that wine should be enjoyed not debated. Complex terminology and vintages were drowning out what mattered most – taste! 

    So taste is where she started – and that’s when the world started to fall in love with Blossom Hill.

  • Bodega Doña Felisa

    Bodega Doña Felisa

    Surrounded by the Serranía Rondeña and located in an area known as CHINCHILLA, it falls within the D.O. Sierras de Malaga: and lies close to the ancient Roman city of Acinipo, where, a century before Christ, fine wines were created to be exported to the whole Roman Empire.

  • Bodegas Aguiuncho
  • Bodegas Allozo Centro Españolas

    Bodegas Allozo Centro Españolas

    In 1991 the dream of three families was realized by creating Bodegas Centro Españolas, the first "Chateau" style winery in the region of Castilla La Mancha combining the most avant-garde technology with the traditional arts of our land in the elaboration of our Wine and Brandy .

  • Bodegas Altos del Marques
  • Bodegas Amézola de la Mora
  • Bodegas Armentia y Madrazo
  • Bodegas de Alberto

    Bodegas de Alberto

    De Alberto Winery is located in a Spanish town 25 km away from Valladolid, Embedded in an old farming house founded by the order of the Dominicans in the 17th century. Its underground galleries with its large barrel vaults made ​​of brick have more than 1 km. length, forming a labyrinth of the Serrada underground.

  • Bodegas Emina

    Bodegas Emina

    The objective of the Wine Cellar is to make top quality wines, therefore, we carefully select the grapes from some of the best estates and domains.

  • Bodegas Frutos Villar
  • Bodegas Gran Ducay
  • Bodegas Hijos de Alberto Gutierrez
  • Bodegas Itsasmendi

    Bodegas Itsasmendi

    Los viñedos se orientan al sol y se obtienen unos rendimientos de entre 7500 y 8500 kgrs/ha muy por debajo de los 13.000 kgrs permitidos por el Consejo Regulador. Esta orientación del viñedo y el trabajo de campo hacen que se consigan unos 13,5 grados de alcohol, algo casi impensable en esta zona que generalmente ha sido penalizada por su excesiva acidez, en los vinos de Itsasmendi destaca una acidez fresca muy sensacional, pero esos niveles de alcohol hace que se equilibre y sea realmente agradable disfrutar de ellos!!.

  • Bodegas Matarromera

    Bodegas Matarromera

    Bodegas Matarromera are found right in the heart of the Ribera de Duero. Its facilities are partially buried in the north hillside of the Duero Valley with beautiful views that towers above the whole valley of the municipal district of Valbuena de Duero in Valladolid. 

  • Bodegas Morosanto

    Bodegas Morosanto

    The plantation of our cellars in Ronda occupies 16 hectares of the cortijo, the plantation frame of 2,60m x 0,90m allows us a really low density for the usual in the zone.

  • Bodegas Navarrsotillo
  • Bodegas Oliveros
  • Bodegas Orvalaiz

    Bodegas Orvalaiz

    Esta bodega está actualmente certificando sus vinos con la Huella de Carbono, demostrando su compromiso con el medio ambiente. Se sitúan en Navarra haciendo vinos de lo más divertido, con unos rendimientos por hectárea de no más de 7.500 kg/hectárea.

  • Bodegas Osca

    Bodegas Osca

    Estamos ante la primera bodega que sacó un vino al mercado bajo la Denominación de Origen Somontano. La bodega dispone de una bodega subterránea que data siglo XV, donde guarda sus crianzas y reservas el período que envejecen en botella.

  • Bodegas Pablo Padin
  • Bodegas Pinord

    Bodegas Pinord

    Its history goes back more than 50 years ago and it was the first winery to produce a wine of needle in Spain, the Reynal and is also the first winery Biodynamic Organic certified.

  • Bodegas Pradorey

    Bodegas Pradorey

    Our winemaking philosophy is based on highlighting the tipicity of the terroir while respecting the characteristics of the grape and maintaining the freshness of the fruit.

  • Bodegas Rejadorada
  • Bodegas Riojanas

    Bodegas Riojanas

    The Artacho family already had a deep winemaking tradition when in 1890 he founded Bodegas Riojanas together with Rafael Carreras. Signs of that tradition are the stone gate that in 1799 allowed access to family vineyards and that is now preserved at the entrance of the Cenicero winery.

  • Bodegas Santa Ana

    Bodegas Santa Ana

    Trayectoria e Innovación son pilares fundamentales en nuestra empresa, atributos que nos enorgullece destacar, ya que sólo se alcanzan con dedicación, esfuerzo y empeño por superarnos cada día.

    Trayectoria, reflejada en más de 120 años en la industria vitivinícola, siendo una de las primeras bodegas fundadas en Argentina. Innovación, atributo determinante a lo largo de nuestra historia, clave para posicionarnos ante los continuos cambios en el gusto de los consumidores.

    Tecnología, procesos y técnicas de elaboración de vanguardia marcan el presente de nuestra empresa y nos señalan el futuro.

    Nuestra historia habla de quiénes somos hoy y del porqué nuestros vinos cada vez son más elegidos en el mercado interno y externo.

    1891 – Fundada por Luis Tirasso, inmigrante italiano pionero en el desarrollo de la vitivinicultura en Argentina.

    1979 – Bodegas Santa Ana alcanza el liderazgo en ventas dentro del mercado local a través del lanzamiento de productos innovadores y exitosos.

    1980 – Fruto de su crecimiento y consolidación a lo largo de su historia en el mercado argentino, Bodegas Santa Ana decidió abordar los exigentes mercados internacionales y logró trasladar su éxito a esta categoría.

    Actualidad – Liderazgo sostenido en el mercado local. Importante desarrollo y consolidación en más de 50 países a nivel global.

    Nuestra bodega es el fiel reflejo de una buena historia, llena de valores, cultura, logros y recuerdos de infinidad de momentos y personas.

    Nuestro semblante arquitectónico se sustenta en una trayectoria centenaria en el negocio del vino, al que se suma un estilo moderno y con tecnología de vanguardia.

    Certificaciones Internacionales:
    · BPM (Buenas Prácticas de Manufactura).

    · HACCP (Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point).

    · BRC [Highest level] (British Retail Consortium Standard approval).


    Certificaciones Orgánicas:
    · IFOAM (International Federation of Organic Agriculture Movements).
    · NOP (National Organic Program - USDA).
    · Canada Organic (Canadian Food Inspection Agency)
    · KRAV (Swedish Organic Standards).
    · Producto Orgánico de Brasil (IBD-INFOAM)

  • Bodegas Santa Catalina

    Bodegas Santa Catalina

    The origin of Santa Catalina de el Mañán, popularly known in its early days as Winery of the Mañan, dates back to 1962 with the founding of a great Winery in the plain of the Mañan, Monóvar.

  • Bodegas Torreduero
  • Bodegas Vegamar
  • Bodegas Vid y Espiga
  • Borgo Maragliano
  • Bruno Murciano & DSG

    Bruno Murciano & DSG

    Bruno Murciano, co-founder at de Vinos and award winner Sommelier, teamed up with David Sampedro Gil to pursue a lifelong dream to elaborate a range of wines made from what is the “queen” grape in his native homeland of Utiel-Requena: Bobal. These wines are made from 7.5 hectares of vineyards that Bruno bought in a sloppy hill surrounded by pine tree forest. These are 70 to 80 years old,  organic vineyards located at 800m. Bruno and David use artisanal methods and biodynamic techniques in the vineyard, plus they intervene as little as possible in the cellar, so that Bobal can transmit its full potential (its fragance, its colour layer and tannic power).

    In 2012, Bruno and David teamed up with Valencia-based winery Valsan 1831 to create “Compañía Vitivinícola del Mediterráneo” to elaborate wines with grapes and personality from the Spanish Mediterranean Coast. For instance, they are making the wine consumer rediscover one of the most important grape varieties in that region: Moscatel. A great example of this white grape is “El Novio Perfecto” (the Perfect Boyfriend): an easy-drinking off-dry white wine that is very light in alcohol.

  • Can Rafols dels Caus

    Can Rafols dels Caus

    Esta bodega pertenece a Grandes Pagos de España. La finca de Can Ràfols dels Caus, se sitúa a 300 m de altitud entre los valles de dos torrentes rodeados de viñedos escalonados en pendientes. Este enclave es muy importante porque los viñedos quedan protegidos de los aires húmedos provenientes del mar y a la vez también del granizo del Ordal.

  • Cantina Danese

    Cantina Danese

    The Danese family founded a wine business in the early fifties in the tiny town of Roncà, situated in Verona province in area of the Lessini Mountains National Park close to Soave DOC and Valpolicella DOC areas.

  • Cantina Melini

    Cantina Melini

    Alessandro Zanette one of GIV’s youngest directors and winemakers, he was born in 1983 in Sacile (Pordenone), graduating with top marks in Oenology from the University of Padua, in 2006.

  • Cantina Sociale Dorgali
  • Cantine Belisario

    Cantine Belisario

    This 300 hectare co-operative is situated in Matelica, which is a smaller zone than Castelli di Jesi. The co-operative has 24 organically cultivated vineyards that are situated further inland than Castelli di Jesi, where the climate is more continental, and this is where they source grapes for their organic 'Vigneti B' Verdicchio.

  • Cantine Bolla

    Cantine Bolla

    Abele Bolla, owner of the “Al Gambero” inn, opened his first cellars in 1883, in Soave, a small Mediaeval town south east of Verona.His pioneering spirit and iron will led to the foundation of the family’s first winery.In almost half a century of business, the Bolla family successfully exported Verona wines to tens of markets in the immediate post-war period.

  • Cantine di Tufo

    Cantine di Tufo

    The home of the famous Campania DOCG wines stretch from Naples to Irpinia. Coming from a family of Neapolitan winemakers, Michele and Gianni La Marca, father and son, decided to establish their company here and personally follow every production aspect from harvesting to marketing.

    It is a family tradition going back to Giovanni who produced wine in Nola since the 50’s and that has been handed down from father to son with Michele still very active especially in the administrative sector. Giovanni (Gianni), son of Michele, studied oenology in Avellino, a land with exceptional vineyards, and put his craft into practice immediately by creating the Terre del Principato and Cantina di Tufo brands. This is a clear reference to the ancient province of Principato Ultra, which included Samnium, Irpinia and Naples, whereby transferring the company to Parolise, in the heart of the Irpina wine reserve, he was free to let out his passion particularly for the Greco di Tufo and Fiano di Avellino and create a sound entrepreneurial reality in constant evolution.

    The will to relaunch that enlivens the Campania viticulture is mostly reflected in the rapid growth in numbers of the areas under protective legislation. Taurasi is the regional pride and was the first southern wine to obtain the DOCG recognition in which there are several DOC and IGT productions. The most striking feature of this growth is the 70 different types of wine, including sparkling, desert and fortified wines. The most interesting is the saving of old productions from extinction, which are linked to local wine grape varieties and to cultivation methods that are tied to ancient traditions.

    In the Campania vineyards, which are arranged almost entirely between hills (over 70%) and mountains (15%), the reds take the lead with Aglianico, Sangiovese and Barbera (40%), followed by Greco di Tufo, Fiano di Avellino and Falanghina whites. Then there are the indigenous varieties with popular names: Piedirosso, Falanghina, Sciasinoso, Coda di Volpe Bianca and Forastera, to name a renown few.

    The ongoing trend is for the enhancement of local varieties also implemented through the mapping of suitable soils. This is at the expense of Italian and non-Italian wines imported in recent decades. As for the types of vine training systems, the traditional canopy prevails (41%), moreover, followed closely by various forms of espalier. The most interesting preservations are the tree-archaic systems with branches stretched out in high festoons from one post to another.

  • Cantine Elysian
  • Cantine Il Borgomastro
  • Cantine Il Colle

    Cantine Il Colle

    THE HISTORY

    With roots firmly in the ground, it is possible to look to the future with confident enthusiasm, as do the Ceschin family whose close links to their origins and the land created the preconditions for a thriving business. Their relationship with the art of vine growing dates back to the 18th century, when they took their first steps in the world of wine through trade between Venice and Cadore. Fully aware that they come from a generous land where time is marked by the painstaking, patient work of its inhabitants, the mild climate and gentle seasons, the Ceschin family for years nurtured the ambition to create a new culture of wine and especially Prosecco, transforming a passion into a calling, and producing top quality Prosecco Superiore DOCG. Finally in 1978 Fabio Ceschin, with his wealth of experience backed up the diploma he had just obtained at the Wine School of Conegliano, decided to make a dream come true and established Il Colle. Still at the helm of the business with his wife and three children working alongside him, he is continuing a tradition that stays true to itself and respects the values of the land and the art of winemaking, while steadfastly looking ahead.

    COMPANY IL COLLE

    Il Colle, whose art in cultivating Prosecco has been on-going for four generations, brings together very specific values such as tradition, family, respect for the land, trust and innovation. It is these elements that have made it a byword for quality and a benchmark for local producers. Its highly favourable geographical position has meant that Il Colle can devote most of its resources to cultivating Prosecco Superiore DOCG, the essential expression of a land which is a true natural heritage. Il Colle harvests approximately 1500 tons of grapes, almost a third of which come from the family estate while the rest comes from small farms in the area. The close cooperation with local producers enables a well-established production capacity to be maintained without jeopardising the healthy and authentic nature of the vinification methods. Due to the particular lie of the land, the grapes are still harvested in the traditional manner, strictly by hand.

    PROSECCO: A FINE ITALIAN PRODUCT

    Nine provinces guard a true natural treasure. It is a land with a climate protected by the Alps and mitigated by the Venice Lagoon, where vine growing goes back to time immemorial. The grape variety Glera, the base for Prosecco wine, finds its genuine expression here. Il Colle winery, particularly well known for its Prosecco Superiore DOCG and Cartizze wines, is located in San Pietro di Feletto in the province of Treviso. The estate lies between the municipalities of Conegliano and Valdobbiadene, historically the best area for producing Glera grapes, so the Prosecco produced here is of superior quality. In 2009 this area and its wines were awarded the title Conegliano – Valdobbiadene Prosecco Superiore DOCG: an appellation of quality certifying the Registered and Guaranteed Designation of Origin of the Prosecco produced here. Il Colle is one of the long-standing wineries in the area which has earned itself this prestigious title. Cartizze: superior sparkling wine The finest product comes from the Cartizze area, which is limited to just 100 hectares. It is where a temperate microclimate meets an ancient soil to produce the famous Superiore di Cartizze, our flagship product. Man has been making wine in this area for centuries alongside an unparalleled wealth of culture, history, art, food and wine. The Prosecco Superiore DOCG terroir has been recognised as one of the most important winemaking areas in Italy and has been nominated as a UNESCO heritage site. Il Colle has always believed in the importance of local ties, of working with the local people and reciprocal loyalty. For the past 35 years it has collaborated with a group of just over 50 small producers who still harvest their grapes in a healthy, traditional manner.

  • Cantine Manfredi

    Cantine Manfredi

    HISTORY
    It started in 1930s when Giuseppe, named Pin, bought vineyards and farmhouses around Langhe and began delivering his wine in the valleys around Cuneo and in Liguria, using his wagon with horse.
    In the 80s his sons Aldo and Gino expanded the company all around the world, selling wines in all the European countries as well as in Japan, Canada, USA, China.
    Today Aldo and his family work together with a capable group of people - many of them have worked in Cantine Manfredi since decades -: quality of the wines and passion for this job being the first target to reach.
    THE LAND
    Manfredi’s winery is located in the heart of the beautiful landscape of rolling hills called Langhe -World Heritage Sites UNESCO since 2014 -, where just the best exposed areas are planted with vines: this is the case of Bricco Rosso’ hill, where the microclimate gives well-balanced and full body wines.
    The word “bricco” comes from “bric” which is, in Piedmontese dialect, the hill: on top of Bricco Rosso hill is situated Manfredi’s farmyard with a beautiful view on Langhe and Alps all around; early renovated, it is now a pleasant place to relax while visiting the area or spending even just one day on special occasions.
  • Cantine Minini
  • Castelli del Grevepesa
  • Cavas Canals & Munné

    Cavas Canals & Munné

    Canals & Munné is a small family company dedicated to the elaboration of middle to high quality wines and cavas since 1915, when Josep Canals Capellades, the great grandfather of the current enologist, Òscar Canals, first set up the business. The crest of the house symbolises water canals full of cava, and the towers represent the union of the brand, together with the vine leaves and the grapes from the vineyard.

    Josep Mª Canals Casanovas, the son of the founder, together with Dolors Torres Munné, formed the second generation of the cellars. From this union, Montserrat Canals Torres was born, who is now the manager of the cellars.

    Leading the cellars are: Òscar Canals Medina, the enologist, and Ivan M. Canals, the sales director. Francisco Medina Gutierrez, is in charge of production. Recently, the fifth generation of the family was born; Òscar and Nil Canals Gramisel.

    We currently have two cellars, the original from 1915, in the centre of the village, dedicated to weekend wine tourism, and the new cellar from 1998, located in the middle of the vineyards, in order to elaborate the best cavas in the area.
          
    During recent years we have won several Great Gold Medals, Gold Medals and Silver Medals at national and international competitions, which have catapulted our brand into the most prestigious sector. The most recent medals were won in the World Championship in Brussels for the Best in Competition. 

    90% of our cavas are qualified by the cava regulating committee, such as our Gran Reservas. The remaining 10% are Reserva Cavas.

    The cellar is currently producing wines and cavas for the national market( Madrid, Bilbao, Valencia, Badajoz, Barcelona, Girona, Lleida, etc...) and for the international market ( Japan, USA, Costa Rica, Belgium, The Netherlands, Germany, Switzerland, Andorra, Denmark, Brazil, etc...).
  • Champagne Devaux
  • Chartron Trebuchet
  • Chateau d´Esclans

    Chateau d´Esclans

    Château d’Esclans lies in the center of the Department of the Var, where the majority of Provence AOC rosé is produced.

  • Chateau Laroque
  • Chateau Maucoil
  • Chateau Mouton Rothschild
  • Chateau Saint Louis
  • Chateau Thomas
  • Cielo e Terra
  • Cloudy Bay

    Cloudy Bay

    Established in 1985, Cloudy Bay Vineyards is situated in the Wairau Valley in Marlborough at the northern end of New Zealand’s South Island. This unique and cool wine region enjoys a maritime climate with the longest hours of sunshine of any place in New Zealand. Cloudy Bay has estate vineyards located at prime sites within the Wairau Valley, and long-term supply agreements with five Wairau Valley growers. The main varieties grown are sauvignon blanc, chardonnay, and pinot noir with lesser quantities of gewurztraminer, Riesling, and pinot gris.

    Cloudy Bay wines are exported to over 30 markets, the principal ones being Australia, United Kingdom, USA, Europe and Japan. Cloudy Bay believes that the future success of specialist wineries lies in the production of high quality wines from varieties best suited to specific regions. At Cloudy Bay emphasis is placed on individual fruit character and the development of a recognisable estate wine style.

    Cloudy Bay Vineyards was a founding member of the New Zealand Integrated Winegrape Production scheme, set up to develop a programme for sustainable vineyard management, which is now monitored by Sustainable Winegrowing New Zealand. Cloudy Bay’s impeccable scorecard reflects the company’s commitment to environmentally friendly vineyard management practices.

    The winery takes its name from the bay at the eastern extremity of the Wairau Valley, which was named Cloudy Bay by Captain Cook on his voyage to New Zealand in 1770.

  • Dimobe Bodega A. Muñoz Cabrera

    Dimobe Bodega A. Muñoz Cabrera

    Bodega Antonio Muñoz Cabrera, Dimobe, is a family winery founded in 1927, when Juan Muñoz Navarrete started the tradition with seven small oak barrels, making himself a respected name in the world of sweet bulk wine in Malaga's Axarquía region. In 1963 his son Antonio Muñoz Cabrera took over the winery, producing their first bottled wines, only sweet wines. From this moment on, the foundations of what is today considered to be one of the most prestigious wineries in the Malaga province began.

  • Domaine & Chateaux Fabre
  • Domaine Arnoux

    Domaine Arnoux

    Today, the Domaine covers more than 20 hectares, divided between the villages of Chorey-lès-Beaune, Savigny-lès-Beaune, Aloxe-Corton, Beaune and Pernand Vergelesses.

  • Domaine Bousquet

    Domaine Bousquet

    The Bousquet Family, who hail from the southern French city of Carcassonne, have a long history and prestigious wine making tradition. In the constant struggle to produce wines of a superior quality, Mr. Jean Bousquet was determined to find the best place to continue the family’s decades long tradition. In 1990 Mr. Bousquet first arrived in Mendoza to investigate the vineyards and wineries. Upon discovering the unique characteristics of the region, its soil, it’s high altitude, it’s terroir, Mr. Bousquet was convinced he had found the ideal location for his winery.

    In 1998, after buying a parcel of land, he moved from France to the foothills of The Andes. The vineyard is located in Tupungato, Uco Valley, Mendoza at an altitude of 1200 meters (4,000 feet) above the sea level, making it one of the higher altitude vineyards of Mendoza and the world. The vineyards are blessed with cool nights and a near constant cool breeze, the idyllic conditions for ripe grapes and excellent wines.

    The main objective of Domaine Bousquet is to combine the European Elegance in winemaking style with the prefect cool climate and terroir of the Uco Valley in Argentina.

    The result is wines that are naturally elegant with incredible color, beautiful fruity driven character, good structure with velvety style and a perfect sugar/acid balance. Approachable young, the wines reward further aging. The wines continue to receive accolades from the International Wine Press.

    Vineyards

    The estate consists of 240 hectares (500 acres) in Tupungato, Uco Valley (Mendoza). The area has idyllic wine-growing conditions. The vineyard is situated on the foothills of The Andes at an altitude of 1200 meters (4000 feet) above sea level, which is among some of the highest worldwide and within the highest in Mendoza. Due to its location, Domaine Bousquet’s vineyard benefits from a cool climate and constant fresh air.

    Organic Viticulture

    We are dedicated to farming organically while improving our land’s biodiversity. We believe that the healthier the vineyard, the better the fruit and of course the wine, in other words, by nourishing the land, and treating it with respect, we know that the land will give us back its finest fruits.

    Organic vine roots penetrate deep through the soil, where they absorb trace minerals that help to give wines their authentic regional taste.  For this reason, organically grown grapes can express the purity and intensity of the varietal character and the terroir where it comes from.

    Our organic grapes offer a quality of fruit and vibrancy of taste that is unparalleled in the world of ordinary wines. Organic vines tend to produce lower yields of greater concentration and flavor than the chemically fed ones, allowing their unique flavors to shine through.
  • Domaine Christian Salmon
  • Domaine Eric Louis
  • Domaine Henri Delagrange

    Domaine Henri Delagrange

    The Domaine Henri DELAGRANGE, in Volnay, Côte d'Or, owns fourteen and a half hectares of vines in the best situations in Côte de Beaune.

    The family business is run by Didier Delagrange, vine grower and wine maker, who produces high quality Burgundy wines.

  • Domaine Laroche

    Domaine Laroche

    The history of Domaine Laroche starts in 1850 and is closely related to the development of Chablis and its vineyard.

    At that time, there is neither legal delimitation of the vineyard, nor growth classification: wine producers have to explore the vineyard to find the best places and, doing so, they are the heirs of the Cistercian monks. Laroche was among these pioneers.

    One century later, Laroche uses technical innovation to reveal the distinctive profile of its terroirs and their remarkable Chablis personality.

    The endless seek for great terroirs has been a landmark for the past 20 years: in Languedoc, Chili and South Africa, the first step of Laroche is always the discovery of exceptional terroirs and setting of state-of-the-art wineries.

  • Domaine Lupé-Cholet

    Domaine Lupé-Cholet

    In 1903 in Nuits-Saint-Georges, Alexandre de Mayol de Lupé and Félix de Cholet decided to join forces to create the House which still bears their name, Lupe Cholet. 

    « To bring together the best of soil, vine and human skill to produce wines of unique personality » was their motto and is still ours today.

  • Domaine Paul Mas

    Domaine Paul Mas

    Considered a flagship of the Sud de France brand, our wines express all the richness and diversity of the region.

    Domaines Paul Mas owns more than 478 hectares of vineyards, and work in partnership with grape growers across an additional 1312 hectares of vines. This means we have access to 30 different grape varieties, both local and international, as well as an incredible range of different terroirs in the Languedoc.

    This diversity is all down to the unique situation of the region, bound by the Mediterranean Sea to the south and the mountains of the north, and by its geological formation.

    Jean-Claude Mas was born in a winemaking environment in the Languedoc, in Pézenas. At the age of 3, during the harvest, he escaped from his mother and ran 2.5 km to meet his grandfather in the cellar! This was a moment that he never forgot, when his interest and passion for wine were born!
    At school and later at university, he studied economics and advertisement, and wine became a hobby. No matter where he lived, he was always involved in the wine: in the North of France, he created a wine club, then in Englanc, he set up a small import company for organic wines, then in Miami he worked in the consulate to develop the import and distribution of French food & wine products.
    In his professional life, he devoted the first 3 years of his career to his second passion : car and moto races, but very soon, he came back to his first love : the wine.
    At the beginning of the 1990s, he worked 4 years in Bordeaux. This experience in the wine world was determining, as much as his encounter in 1992 with one of the most famous Italian winemakers, Giorgio Grai. He taught him the art of blending and to create wines with style. This teaching process has in fact never stopped!
    In the middle of the 1990s, he did the first blendings of the family first bottled wines at Nicole Estate : the first wine was from vintage 1995.
    Jean-Claude Mas is often described as a pioneer from the New Languedoc, belonging to the New wave of French wines, one of those on a mission to give Languedoc his former glory back in a region where wine production goes back to more than 2000 years.

  • Domaine Paul Pillot
  • Domaine Vincent Sauvestre

    Domaine Vincent Sauvestre

    The Sauvestre family is from Meursault since the 18th century . The grandfather of Vincent Sauvestre was cellar master . When he took over the family business in 1988 , Vincent Sauvestre decides to develop this area , which currently operates forty hectares of vines in Chablis , Côte de Nuits and Côte de Beaune.
    Vincent wants Sauvestre make this area the flagship of all these domains .
    Vincent Sauvestre invites you to discover its wines in their tasting room and sales in BEJOT & terroir wines in Meursault, on the RD 974 , just before the entrance of Meursault when you come to Beaune. You will find our best wines and can enjoy a breathtaking view of the Côte de Beaune.
  • Domaine Viticole de Colmar

    Domaine Viticole de Colmar

    Founded in 1895 by the famed ampelograph Chrétien Oberlin, this Domain boasts a privileged position at the heart of Alsatian wine-making country.

    The Domain cultivates over 28 hectares of land, from its titular 14-hectare vineyard Clos Saint-Jacques, located near the storehouses, to the prestigious Hospices Civils Louis Pasteur de Colmar vineyard. The Domain also covers the best vineyards of the surrounding villages, home to such great vintages as Pfersigberg, Hengst, Florimont, and more.

    This wonderfully varied land means that Colmar can offer an outstanding range of wines and stunningly rich dish and wine pairings.

    Fundada en 1895 por Chrétien Oberlin, este dominio goza de una ubicación privilegiada en el corazón de la región vinícola de Alsacia. El dominio cultiva más de 28 hectáreas de tierra , de su titular viñedo de 14 hectáreas Clos Saint- Jacques , que se encuentra cerca de los almacenes , a la prestigiosa viña Hospices Civils Louis Pasteur de Colmar . El dominio también cubre los mejores viñedos de los pueblos de los alrededores , donde se encuentra este tipo de grandes añadas como Pfersigberg , Hengst , Florimont , y más.

    Variedad de uva, terreno y clima hacen de esta bodega única por la cantidad de matices en su catálogo.

  • Domaine Wachau

    Domaine Wachau

    The Winery

    The Domäne Wachau is deeply rooted in the Wachau region. Close to 440 hectares of vineyards are cultivated by the members of this quality-oriented cooperative – that makes 30 percent of the entire Wachau vineyard area.  These vineyards are found on steep terraces reinforced by old dry stone walls and are part of a World Cultural Heritage.  Famous names like Achleiten, Kollmitz, Loibenberg and Tausend-Eimer-Berg are found on the Domäne Wachau’s vineyard map and make it the only winery in the Wachau with wines from all of the most prestigious sites in the region.

    Domäne Wachau strives for the highest quality and as a member of the Vinea Wachau Nobils Districtus quality association, produces wines in the categories Steinfeder, Federspiel and Smaragd.  Grapes are sourced from our own vineyards in the Wachau; the purchase of grapes, must or wine from outside the Wachau is not permitted.

    Domäne Wachau is among the largest wineries in Austria and produces wines in the premium segment only.  New measures for quality assurance have brought Domäne Wachau recognition as one of the top ten best white wine producers in Austria.

  • Dominique Robin
  • Douglas Green Bellingham
  • Dow's

    Dow's

    For over two centuries the name of DOW has been associated with the finest Port from the vineyards of the Upper Douro Valley. Throughout the 20th Century and into the 21st, the Symington family has built on the legacy of the preceding Silva and Dow families. Generations of Symington winemakers have worked at the Dow’s vineyards: Quinta do Bomfim and Quinta da Senhora da Ribeira, creating from them Dow’s superbly concentrated wines that are intense and tannic when young, maturing towards a superlative racy elegance with age and scented with violet and mint aromas. Dow’s attractive and distinctive drier finish is the recognisable hallmark of the wines from this great Port house.

     

    The story of Dow’s is unusual amongst all the great Port houses. It began in 1798 when Bruno da Silva, a Portuguese merchant from Oporto, made a journey which was the opposite to that of the first British merchants. Bruno set up in London from where he imported wine from his native country. He married an Englishwoman and was rapidly assimilated into London society where his business acumen led to a fine reputation for his wines. But the outbreak of the Napoleonic wars put his business in jeopardy. Undaunted, Bruno da Silva applied for ‘letters of marque’ (Royal Assent to equip a merchant ship with guns) to secure safe passage of his Port from Oporto to Bristol and to London. His became the first and only Port company to transport its precious cargo of casks of fine Ports under its own armed protection across the treacherous Bay of Biscay, a strong dissuasion to attack during a period when less audacious companies saw their sales dwindle away.

     

    The Port shipping business was continued by Bruno’s son, John da Silva who in 1862 brought into partnership Frederick William Cosens. Together with John’s son, Edward, they became the active partners in Silva & Cosens. Edward da Silva inherited his grandfather’s business ability and the company continued to prosper. Edward became a highly respected figure in the London wine trade and was one of the founders of the Wine Trade Benevolent Society, the leading charity which survives to this day as the principal British wine trade organisation. Edward da Silva was to be the Benevolent’s chairman and then, from 1892, its president for many years.
    With the continuing expansion of the firm, Edward da Silva and Frederick Cosens were joined by George Acheson Warre, whose well known family had been involved in the Port trade since its earliest years. ‘GAW’ joined as partner in 1868 and became its driving force in Portugal.

    In 1877, Silva & Cosens merged with another leading Port company, Dow & Co, who’s senior partner was James Ramsay Dow, who had made a name for himself in 1856 with the publication of his important treatise, ‘An Inquiry into the Vine Fungus with Suggestions as to a Remedy.’ The Oidium fungus was at the time devastating the Douro’s vineyards.
    Although smaller than Silva & Cosens, Dow & Co had become a very highly regarded Port producer with a particularly fine reputation for its Vintage Ports and when the two companies merged, it was decided to adopt DOW’S as the brand name.

     

    The financial astuteness of Edward da Silva, the driving force of winemaker George Warre and the long experience and tasting expertise of James R. Dow were to consolidate Dow’s reputation as one of the leading names in the Port trade.
    The celebrated Oxford Professor George Saintsbury underlined Dow’s unique standing when he wrote in his famous ‘Notes on a Cellarbook’ (first published in 1920), “There is no shipper’s wine that I have found better than the best of Dow’s 1878 and 1890 especially.” James Suckling of The Wine Spectator, one of today’s leading authorities on Vintage Port was equally impressed by another legendary wine when tasted over a hundred years after it was made - the Dow’s 1896 - also made during the management of Messrs Silva, Warre and Dow: “The ancient {1896} Port still had an amazing ruby colour with a garnet edge, and it smelled of raisins, black pepper and berries. It was full-bodied, with masses of fruit intertwined with layers of velvety tannins. It was superb.”

  • Drostdy Wines
  • Dumangin
  • E. Guigal

    E. Guigal

    The GUIGAL estate owns vineyards in Condrieu and the Côte-Rôtie with plots which produce some of its most exceptional wines including, « La Doriane » in Condrieu, and the famous Côte-Rôtie Crus, « La Mouline », « La Turque », « La Landonne » and the Côte-Rôtie, « Château d’Ampuis ».

    L’Ermitage « Ex-Voto », product of the mythical terroirs of Hermitage, is produced in the very best vintages only whilst the white and red Saint-Joseph, « Lieu-Dit » wines as well as the famous red Saint-Joseph, « Vignes de l’Hospice » are undisputed benchmarks of quality for the Appellation.

    The GUIGAL establishment vinifies and ages the wines from the Northern Rhône appellations of Côte-Rôtie, Condrieu, Hermitage, Saint-Joseph and Crozes-Hermitage in its cellars at Ampuis. The prestigious wines of the Southern Rhône appellations of Châteauneuf-du-Pape, Gigondas, Tavel and Côtes-du-Rhône are also aged in the cellars at Ampuis.

    The methods of viticulture are always in keeping with an omnipresent respect for the environment. Moderate, controlled prevention against illness and vine parasites allows the grapes cultivated on the estate to reveal fully the complexity of the most exceptional terroirs of the Northern Rhône. From generation to generation, the standards of excellence imposed on the selection and vinification processes have enabled the Guigal estate to present the Guigal Condrieu and Côte-Rôtie « Brune & Blonde » as exemplary benchmarks of these two prestigious appellations year after year.

    The Côte-Rôtie vineyards cover an area of about 230 hectares and are composed of the Côte Brune, upstream of the river Reynard and the Côte Blonde, situated down-river. These vines were planted by the Romans nearly 24 centuries ago. The Côte Brune makes its mark in a very masculine way with the nearly exclusive presence of Syrah. As for the Côte Blonde, a very feminine touch is added by the presence of Viognier which brings elegance to the Syrah. Much more than a museum, this vineyard is very much alive, although with yields which are limited intentionally.

    In the Côte-Rôtie, the GUIGAL estate owns several jewels including the famous Côte-Rôtie « La Mouline » situated on the Côte Blonde vineyard which distinguishes itself by its shape which is characteristic of a Roman amphitheatre. In this ancient theater, exceptionally, the enjoyment flows from the tiers to the arena. Situated on the Côte Brune, « La Turque » facing fully South benefits from maximum exposure to the sun and also from a complex terroir made up of Schist and iron oxide which transmit finesse and strength to the wine. With its vertiginous slopes of nearly 45 degrees, « La Landonne » is an extremely impressive vineyard. It is planted solely with Syrah. Finally, the Côte-Rôtie « Château d’Ampuis » is produced from historical plots which are also amongst the very best terroirs of the GUIGAL estate.

    The Condrieu appellation covers about 150 hectares. Overhanging the right bank of the Rhône, this vineyard is planted exclusively with Viognier, a variety imported from Dalmatia at the beginning of our era. Condrieu « La Doriane » is the jewel in our estate’s crown in this appellation. The GUIGAL estate also owns vineyards in Hermitage, Saint-Joseph and Crozes-Hermitage with prestigious plots and exceptional terroir.

    On the famous Hermitage slopes the red and white Ex-Voto wines, produced only in the very best vintages, emanate from evocatively named plots : Bessards, Hermite, Greffieux, Murets... Only by blending these precious terroirs can we produce THE bottle of the selected vintage, as if by magic.

    On the Right bank of the Rhône reign the properties of the Saint-Joseph appellation which previously belonged largely to the estate, Jean-louis GRIPPAT. The Saint-Joseph « Lieu-Dit » planted with old vines, produces quality red and white wines which are undisputable benchmarks for this up-and-coming appellation in the Northern Rhône.

    Last but not least, Saint-joseph « Vignes de l’Hospice » is cultivated on a unique slope composed of granite. The vines are literally suspended on the vertiginous slopes which overlook the town of Tournon. This vineyard is a treasure which produces a precious and rare nectar. The GUIGAL estate comprises a total of around 60 hectares.

  • Famille Bougrier
  • Fleur du Cap
  • Fontana Candida

    Fontana Candida

    Born in Trento in 1960 and a graduate of the Istituto Agrario in San Michele all’Adige.

  • Gebruder Steffen

    Gebruder Steffen

    Our winery was founded in the year 1794 by the "Steffen-Schmitt" family in Trittenheim, a village in the Moselle valley, one of the most famous wine-growing areas of Europe. After 1945 the brothers Johann and Peter Steffen were able to expand the winery-business through their constant, quality-driven work, always looking to further improve their wines.
    With more than 200 years of experience, our family owned- and run winery is known worldwide for the excellent quality of it´s wines. Today the winery is managed very successfully by Hans Steffen and his son Roman Steffen. With their foreseight and expertise they were able to further increase the export-share by more than 65% worldwide.

    MÁS VINOS DE GEBRUDER STEFFEN

  • Geografico

    Geografico

    ‘United Winegrowers of Chianti Geografico’ , sounds more like a cry for vengeance by true defenders of Chianti against other Tuscan winegrowers who had stolen the name.

    In 1961, when the name Chianti was being most overused, 17 winegrowers established a new association with the declared intention of enhancing the reputation of real Chianti wine, as clearly delineated on maps of Tuscany, their homeland, Chianti Geografico (the geographical area of Chianti).

    This was the spirit that defined the new organisation. It is essential to know a little of our history to be able to understand what we have become today. The word ‘cooperative’ can mislead. The founder members of 1961 had a precise objective, to create a union with the resources and facilities to guarantee improvement in quality for each member, but at the same time retaining control over production, label and individual identity.

    The winegrowers that participated in this collaborative project could hardly have imagined that a few decades later their dream would have become a cooperative, a company, a family group with 200 partners. This exponential growth has demanded not only an improvement in the product, but the creation of a brand promoting a clear image and supported by modern communications and marketing strategies – these are the focus and goals of Chianti Geografico today. Ongoing investment, research and analysis are carried out by everyone involved in order to guarantee a product of highest quality and a true expression of terroir.

    We call our philosophy the ‘Chianti Geografico Method’, or the @Chianti Geografico Way’ - we are not just a cooperative, a commercial operation, a place of employment Chianti Geografico is our family, our way of life. This way of working is our means to achieving our end goal, high quality wines.

    The Chianti Geografico Way is nothing new for us, it is part of our DNA. It comes from the founder members, the original farmers that developed our way of working as a way of expressing their ties to their land.

    In order to achieve the highest quality levels, each winegrower is supported by comprehensive, expert assistance and guidance, from planting and vineyard maintenance through every stage of production to marketing.

  • H.T Eser
  • Heretat Mastinell
  • Hidalgo-La Gitana
  • Hill and Dale

    Hill and Dale

    It’s the delicate balance between the team’s passion and the facility’s technology that allow our wines to evolve to be modern and unpretentious which are enjoyed by similarly inclined wine drinkers around the globe.

    Our story dates back to 2001 when the first Hill&Dale wines were made and introduced to the market. Find out more about our name, our history and the picturesque area.

    Stellenzicht, home to our wines, one of the oldest vineyards in the Stellenbosch Winelands.

    Stellenzicht’s legacy dates back to the pioneering history of the Cape when it was granted to the first owner, Barendt Hendrikse, as part of a much bigger farm in 1692.

    Created by award-winning winemaker, Guy Webber, the Hill&Dale label offers a range of accessibly styled wines.

    It’s in our nature to grow, make and enjoy great wines and our range consists of eight, ideal for every occasion from a summer’s braai with friends to a Sunday lunch with the family. Find out more about our wines below.

  • Inniskillin
  • Jean Leon
  • Jordan
  • Kumala Wines

    Kumala Wines

    Surrounding South Africa's legendary Table Mountain is a place of lush fertility and natural beauty. This is the home of Kumala, where we make quality wines that are full of character.

  • La Chablisienne
  • La Vid y La Espiga
  • Lanson
  • Laurent-Perrier
  • Lindeman's Wines

    Lindeman's Wines

    Lindeman’s is a story of 170 years of continued entrepreneurship anchored in the Hunter Valley under the Australian sun. Lindeman’s remarkable global popularity has been driven by the simple and personal philosophy of Dr Henry Lindeman, who planted the first Lindeman’s vines in the Hunter Valley in 1843.

    Perfect for everyday moments, yet equally worthy of an occasion, Lindeman’s immensely popular wines are approachable and accessible, with an unfailing record of consistent quality and timeless appeal.

    From wines for everyday embodied by the iconic Bins Series, to innovations such as the Lindeman’s Early Harvest and the regionally distinct wines of Coonawarra and Hunter Valley, Lindeman’s epitomises a positive outlook.

    The brightness and vitality that comes from 1000 hours of sunshine in every drop of Lindeman’s is worth sharing. Lindeman’s wines are made to be opened, enjoyed with generosity and inspire connection with friends and family, whether it’s unwinding at the end of a busy day, taking a moment to appreciate the small things or simply looking on the bright side of life.

  • Lupé-Cholet
  • Mabis Cantine

    Mabis Cantine

    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. 

    Having won huge acclaim already this year, scooping 7 out of the 12 Mundus Vini Great Gold Medals, Cantina Mabis are sure to become a favourite in 2013. 

  • Manzanos Wines
  • Matua Wines
  • Michel Torino - El Esteco
  • Moët & Chandon
  • Moillard
  • Olivier Ravoire

    Olivier Ravoire

     

    « I have created a range of wines exclusively made from the very best grapes that the Rhône Valley has to offer, adapted to a wide diversity of gastronomic styles. Day after day I took inspiration from meeting exceptional wine producers in the heart of the Rhone vineyards, much in the manner one would collect treasures acquired during the course of a long voyage, this range reflects the passion of the producers met on my travels. 

    Selected with great care and blended according to the most stringent winemaking traditions, they are then entrusted to the family-owned wine cellars created in 1987 for vinification and maturation. 

    These wines have been created to accompany your gourmet experiences, a delightful tasting experience, authentic wines offering true conviviality and instant enjoyment. Discover the gourmet savour of a Côtes du Rhône, the full-body of a Châteauneuf du Pape, the elegance of a Crozes Hermitage, or the complexity of a Côte Rôtie. »

    Olivier Ravoire

  • Opus One Winery
  • Pago de las Encomiendas
  • Patraiki
  • Penfold's Wine Estates
  • Perrier Jouet

    Perrier Jouet

    Since its foundation in 1811, Maison Perrier-Jouët is one of France’s most historic and distinctive champagne houses, renowned for its elegant floral champagnes which reveal the true essence of the Chardonnay grape.

    Influenced by its founders’ love of nature and art, Perrier-Jouët creates exceptional experiences and moments of wonder that enhance everyday life.

  • Quínola Suarez

    Quínola Suarez

    El viñedo es prefiloxérico, con cepas de más de 90 años. La producción es limitada a unas 5.000 botellas anuales y con rendimientos limitados a los 1.200 kg por hectárea. La fermentación alcohólica, maloláctica y crianza se realiza en barricas bordolesas nuevas de roble francés y grano extrafino.

  • Quinta Nova

    Quinta Nova

    Quinta Nova de Nossa Senhora do Carmo is a place of extreme beauty in the heart of Douro valley and owned by Amorim family since 1999.
    The family connection to the wine comes from afar, through its connection with the export houses of Vila Nova de Gaia in the cork business. Meanwhile the dream came true and the project is now in the hands of the 4th generation of the family.
    With a story longer than 250 years, the property displays conserved structures and the cellar original building from 1764, after interventions by the architect Arnaldo Barbosa.
    But the «quinta» is much earlier than this and history confirms it as a great land belonging to the Portuguese Royal House, having been identified its first owner in 1725.
    The winery produced more than 3,500 barrels of wine from neighboring estates and it was soon 'integrated in the first demarcation of the region'. The historic sites that are still preserved give notice to this historic weight.
    An entrepreneur spirit and family vision did however the difference because, combined with a passionate commitment to the future, determined the beginning of multiple changes to a path of oenological excellence.
  • Ra Nui Wines
  • Robert Cantin
  • Robert Giraud
  • Romanuskellerei
  • Rosemount Estate

    Rosemount Estate

    Since its establishment in 1974, Rosemount Estate has built a strong Australian and international reputation for producing high-quality wines. 
    Freshness, vibrancy and great drinkability are the qualities that Rosemount Estate promises in every bottle. We make wines that are easy-drinking, full of luscious flavours and are ready to enjoy now.
    The 1975 vintage delivered the spark that set the Rosemount story ablaze. With a full-flavoured, easy drinking wine style that would evolve into the company’s hallmark character over coming years, the wines picked up medal after medal in wine shows around the country.

    Led by Chief Winemaker Matt Koch, who has worked with Rosemount Estate for the past 20 years, our winemaking team has an unpretentious attitude to winemaking and a commitment to quality. This approach underpins all of our Rosemount wines, from our world-renowned Rosemount Estate Diamond Label, to the new MV Collection from McLaren Vale right through to our flagship tiers, including Rosemount Estate Balmoral Syrah and GSM.

    Chardonnay was the world’s favourite white wine grape variety in the early 1980s, which coincided with Rosemount’s 1980 Show Reserve Chardonnay winning a rare Double Gold Medal at the International Wine and Spirit Competition (IWSC) in London, England. Rosemount’s multi-award winning Chardonnay quickly established the company’s reputation for quality in Australia and overseas.

    The accolades soon extended beyond Chardonnay. In 1999, Rosemount Estate was awarded Winery of the Year at the San Francisco International Wine Competition. In 2000, Rosemount Estate was awarded Winemaker of the Year and Best Australian Producer at the IWSC in London and Best Australian Producer at the International Wine Challenge (IWC). These early accolades were followed up in 2011 with New World Winery of the Year from Wine Enthusiast Magazine.
    As the Rosemount Estate range evolved, the winemaking team were sourcing more and more fruit from McLaren Vale, a region which was an essential part of Rosemount since the 1980s.

    In 1991, Rosemount purchased the 100-year-old Ryecroft winery and vineyards and Rosemount’s focus on McLaren Vale grew. Rosemount Estate continues to source fruit from these vineyards today.

  • Rutherford Ranch Wine Company

    Rutherford Ranch Wine Company

    Rutherford Ranch Wine

    Of the 16 sub-appellations in the Napa Valley, the Rutherford AVA may be the most renowned. Legendary winemaker André Tchelistcheff said, "It takes Rutherford dust to grow great Cabernet," and Rutherford Ranch Winery has a number to choose from.

    Our full line of award-winning premium Napa Valley varietals include a selection of Cabernet Sauvignons (several only available at the winery), Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay, Merlot, Zinfandel and Rhiannon, a delicious proprietary red blend.

    Our winemaking team crafts elegant, true-to-the-varietal wines with fruit sourced from the two estate vineyards and select vineyards sites throughout the valley. The cooler sites yield grapes with bright, rich flavors and tropical fruit characteristics. Warmer sites within the valley produce grapes with deep, intense flavors. Together they provide the winemakers with an unequaled palette of flavor and character and quality.

    Our ecological efforts include allowing areas of land to remain in a natural, pristine state to support indigenous plant and wildlife. In the vineyards we minimize the use of synthetic substances by substituting or augmenting them with age-old methods such as natural predation to help control insects and animals that are harmful to the vines. These practices help to limit environmental impact, increase soil and plant health and vigor, and result in higher quality fruit.

    Natural resources and energy conservation are served by water reclamation and reuse. Solar power contributes to lower energy use, improved air quality and a smaller carbon footprint. (One of our family's refrigeration systems, assembled and installed in-house, consists of nearly 5000 solar panels that produce close to one million watts of electrical power.)

    As active members of the Central Coast Vineyard Team, we are establishing and defining sustainable guidelines and educating the larger grower community to help keep the land productive, profitable and vital for many years. In many instances, we are sharing farming practices that our family has employed for three generations.

    We continuously seek to explore opportunities beyond the vineyard. We partner with producers of our packaging materials to increase the use of recycled, recyclable and biodegradable materials in the manufacture of glass, closures and labels.

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    Rutherford Wine Company Winery Operations are CERTIFIED CALIFORNIA SUSTAINABLE WINEGROWING - a partnership between the Wine Institute & CA Association of Winegrape Growers.

  • Seifried estate Winery

    Seifried estate Winery

    The Seifried family have been making stylish food-friendly wines since 1976. The range includes rich full Chardonnays, fine floral Rieslings, lively Sauvignon Blancs, warm plummy Pinot Noirs and intensely delicious dessert wines.

    Sun and blue skies all year round, nearby mountains (often snow capped), lakes, forests and beaches, the most beautiful winemaking region in New Zealand - this is Nelson. Still frosty winters, long dry summers, cool autumn nights combined with the highest sunshine hours in New Zealand - this is Nelson.

    Pristine conditions, along with specially selected north facing vineyard sites, offer a range of soils from free draining gravels to heavy alluvial clays and a climate tailor-made for growing richly varietal, elegant wines. 

    Nelson is located at the top of New Zealand’s South Island and is surrounded by mountains to the east, west and south, while the Tasman Sea is to the north. The constant sea breezes give a moderated temperate climate throughout the year. Enjoying an average of 2,700 hours of sunshine per year, Nelson is often referred to as the ‘Sunshine Capital of New Zealand’.

    Nelson's annual rainfall is generally concentrated in the winter months following a dry autumn, thus allowing the grapes optimal ripening conditions and low disease pressure. Our warm days and cool nights during the critical summer and autumn ripening period help produce wines with intense varietal characters and first class aromas. Winter ground frosts of down to -10°C are followed by sunny pleasant blue sky days while summer generally reaches 30°C on hot days.

    As the northern hemisphere winter subsides, we prepare for the grape harvest in Nelson, New Zealand.  Vintage (harvest) extends from late March through until early May with the grapes being picked at the peak of their ripeness.

    Selection of premium new local vineyard sites continues to provide us with exciting opportunities and possibilities. From nursery through to vineyard, each site has been chosen and developed with varieties and clones most suited to the particular location. With the majority of fruit being Estate grown, we feel this ensures complete control over all areas of the grape production including clone selection, irrigation, disease management, yield and fruit quality. Today, we harvest from six Estate producing vineyards (identified by three main soil types) across the Nelson region. 

  • Stellen Zicht Vineyards

    Stellen Zicht Vineyards

    The history of Stellenzicht dates back to 1692, when it was part of a much bigger property granted to the first owner, Barendt Hendrikse, by Governor Simon van der Stel in an area that would later become known as the Stellenbosch district. He named the property Rustenburg although there was already a farm with the same name, but spelled Rustenberg.

    One can well imagine the confusion the similarity in the names created. According to local legend, two subsequent owners met one evening in a pub in Stellenbosch. When both were rather deep in their cups, they agreed to flip a coin to decide who would have the right to the name. The owner of Rustenberg (which still exists today) called it right and Rustenburg was renamed Stellenzicht (literally meaning “View of Stellen”(bosch). The farm was bought in 1981 by the international banker and financier Hans-Joachim Schreiber. In 1999, the year following Guy Webber’s appointment as winemaker at Stellenzicht, Schreiber entered into a joint venture with Distillers Corporation which today forms part of Distell. The joint venture, called Lusan, owns five wine estates – in addition to Stellenzicht, Le Bonheur, Uitkyk, Alto and Neethlingshof.

    Winemaker

    Guy Webber was born in De Aar in 1965. His parents moved to Bloemfontein where he attended Grey College. It was here that Guy developed an interest in agriculture when he started harvesting grapes from his parents’ backyard and serving his friends freshly-squeezed grape juice when they visited on Saturday mornings. Soon he noticed the start of the natural process of grape fermentation and was captivated for life. When his parents moved again, this time to Pretoria, he enrolled at Pretoria High School for Boys from where he matriculated in 1983.

    He obtained a diploma, first class, in viticulture and horticulture as well as one in cellar technology at the Elsenburg College of Agriculture in 1988. He joined Gilbey’s in Stellenbosch as a trainee technical assistant and then spent six years honing his skills as winemaker at several cellars in the Winelands.

    In 1998, Guy joined Stellenzicht Vineyards as winemaker and has enjoyed considerable success ever since. Considered one of South Africa’s Pinotage masters with a personal tally of five ABSA Top 10 scores, Guy is passionate about this varietal and considers it his absolute favourite. “It bears well, colours well and gives good fruit. It’s a strong, masculine varietal that challenges the winemaker to balance power with elegance.” This is an ideal Guy pursues in every wine he makes.

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  • Tenute Girolamo

    Tenute Girolamo

    “Tenute Girolamo”  is at the heart  of the Itria Valley, testament to the  great love of  one family for its land.

    The first vines were planted in about 2001 and work  was completed  in 2006.

    The dedication and boundless energy, of the Girolamo family now reveal themselves in  the ‘50 hectare of vineyard in which there are the finest indigenous Pugliese grapes  as well as renowned  grapes from around the world.

    We combine research into modern approaches with traditional methods in all our choices and selections.

    In this way we are able to bring you elegant wines, sought after and appreciated the world over.

    In every  bottle, drop by drop, you appreciate the tireless devotion  of the Girolamo family.

    The future will be a continuing quest for perfection, combining innovation with experience and  our unstoppable passion  with nature.

    At one with the  unspoilt landscape  of the Itria valley… the indigenous  and international grapes gently ripen.

    Every plant  sinks its  roots into the cool limestone soil, softly caressed by  the wind and warmed by  the intense Salentine  sun.

  • Terra do Castelo

    Terra do Castelo

    Terra do Castelo is a winery of the Ribeiro Denomination of Origin founded in 2004 by 104 winegrowing families, which have 110 hectares spread over more than 1,000 vineyards, of which about 800 vineyards are inherited generation after generation in a region with over 2,200 years of winemaking tradition.

  • Terre di Valgrande

    Terre di Valgrande

    The experience and the quality of Terre di Valgrande is linked to the passion for wine of the Zandonella Sarinuto family. Since 1958, the year in which the first cooperative association between winemakers in Verona was born, we have maintained the quality standards imposed by tradition yet are now looking to the new demands of the market.

    From this union, a unique product was born, given by a high quality raw material cultivated in all areas with registered designations of origin in the Verona hills territory. Passion and productivity excellence guarantee to join productive members of a young and dynamic group, able to combine the highest level of centuries of winemaking tradition, skills and vision, a must to compete and stay ahead in the global market.

    The consolidated experience and strong know-how of the wine world, not only are a guarantee of its production, but allows to the Terre di Valgrande winemakers to select the best wines from all over Italy, in order to bring in the glasses of its customers only the most prestigious wines.

  • The Global Winery

    The Global Winery

    The Global Winery was set up by winemaker Martin Fowke in 2004. Martin has been involved in the wine industry for over 25 years. Winemaker at England’s leading vineyard, Three Choirs, since 1989, and the 2008 UK Winemaker of the Year, Martin has developed a wide knowledge of wines from around the world, working vintages in different countries including Chile, Argentina, Bulgaria and of course England. Using this experience and knowledge, The Global Winery are now offering good quality wines from around the world.These are distinctive wines from individual wineries that you will not find widely available.

    “I have selected these wines because they are good, sound wines with great individual character, well made and representing good value for money. I would be pleased to see these wines in my cellar at home, and can therefore recommend them to a wider audience.”

  • Treasury Wine Estates

    Treasury Wine Estates

    Treasury Wine Estates (TWE) is a unique global wine company with a rich heritage and leading international portfolio of new world wines.

    From the establishment of Australia’s Penfolds in the mid 1840s to the 1876 founding of Beringer Vineyards, a winemaking legacy has been created.

    Our passion for wine is reflected in some of the world’s most recognised and awarded wine brands, including: Penfolds, Stags’ Leap, Etude, Pepperjack, Wynns Coonawarra Estate, Wolf Blass, Beringer, Chateau St Jean, Matua, Castello di Gabbiano, Lindeman’s, Rosemount, Yellowglen and many more.

    With 11,000 hectares of vineyards, sales of 30 million cases of wine annually, and revenues of about AU$1.7 billion, TWE employs more than 3,000 winemakers, viticulturists, sales, distribution and support staff across 16 countries, with the Company’s brands sold in more than 70 countries around the world.

  • Valdecuevas
  • Vegazar

    Vegazar

    The San Andrés Winery was built the 22nd of January 1967. Throughout that year, the building where the winery now resides was built and it has been in the process of being renovated until now.

  • Veuve Clicquot
  • Vignaioli Da San Floriano

    Vignaioli Da San Floriano

    In the extreme eastern fringe of Northern Italy, a few kilometres outside Gorizia, is the beautiful little town of San Floriano del Collio, well known in the world as one of the main centres of wine production in the District of the Comunità Montana del Collio, and for its excellent Vinos del Collio

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  • Virna

    Virna

    Virna represents the latest generation of the Borgogno family and after completing her studies in enology at the winemaking school in Alba in 1988, she joined her father Lodovico in the running of the family farm, and three years later she became the first woman in winemaking techniques from Turin University. In 1996 she married Giovanni Abrigo, who looks after the vineyards and the viticultural side of the estate. Together they also run Azienda Agricola Orlando Abrigo in Treiso, which produces Barbaresco and some interesting white wines.

    In 2001 the company image was given a facelift, with the introduction of the Virna logo on the label. This also identified the fact that Virna had become proprietor and head winemaker, and - with her sister Ivana helping out on the bureaucratic and tax side of the business - the new look set out to highlight the role played by the women in the company, and in particular the fact that behind the wines were people who were investing all their "know-how" and commitment.

  • Wairau River Wines

    Wairau River Wines

    The Rose family were pioneers in the now prestigious Rapaura district, their foresight in 1978 recognising the potential for the region’s free draining stony soil and abundantly pure artesian water. After supplying grapes for other producers for several years, Phil and Chris decided in 1991 to release a wine under their own label and so the Wairau River label was born.

    In 2002 a purpose built 3,500 ton winery was established on Rapaura Road, incorporating a state-of-the-art bottling line, ensuring that the highest degree of quality control was established throughout all aspects of the winemaking process.

    Now, after almost 40 years in the industry, all five children are also involved from the viticulture and winemaking side to finance, administration and the running of the very popular Wairau River restaurant. Wairau River has partners in over 25 international markets across all channels.

    Wairau River is a family wine estate, and the beauty of this is that we nurture the wines from the smallest shoot on the vine to the bottle.

    Everything is done by us, hands on. In the vineyards Phil and Hamish Rose take care to keep yields low to ensure the fruit ripens perfectly (in the shallow soil with low fertility which gives rise to such concentrated flavours).

    Once the fruit is picked and brought in to the winery in small parcels, each distinctive block is matched to its own tank, allowing the small batch vintning that is the key to building all the elements of the Wairau River blend. It goes without saying that only the best grapes go into our flagship Wairau River label.

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  • Wolf Blass Winery

    Wolf Blass Winery

    Wolfgang Franz Otto Blass was born in 1934 in Germany.

    After Wolf ran away from school, his parents handed him an ultimatum, either start a 3-year winemaking apprenticeship or get back to class — and so began a journey that changed the winemaking world.

    After studying Champagne techniques in France in 1957, Wolf became the youngest person ever to graduate with a Master's in Oenology (Wine Science) from Veitschoechheim-Wuerzberg. In 1959, he moved to England to study the art of blending before moving to the Barossa Valley in 1961, after deciding against a move to Venezuela, which had started a revolt against its government. A mere five years later, in 1966, he established Wolf Blass Wines.

    In 1973, Wolf really hit his straps by making the first Wolf Blass Black Label. Black Label would go onto win the 1974 Jimmy Watson Trophy, an accolade that is still considered Australia's most prestigious and sought after wine award. This victory helped provide the impetus to start exporting to the world and to hire his first employee, John Glaetzer, who would go on to become one of the most proficient award winning winemakers Australia has ever seen.

    And as if one wasn't enough, Wolf Blass Wines went onto win two more Jimmy Watson Trophies in 1975 and 1976.

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  • Woodbridge Wines

    Woodbridge Wines

    Over thirty years ago, Robert Mondavi set out to establish a wine culture in America by putting great California wine on every table. In 1979 he established the Woodbridge Winery near his childhood home of Lodi, California to make fruit-focused wines for everyday drinking.

    "I was trying to plant deep into the soil of our young country the same values, traditions, and daily pleasures that my mother and father had brought with them from the hills and valleys of central Italy: good food, good wine, and love of family." 
    - Robert Mondavi

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