Featured Growers

Domaine de `Ecu
Domaine des Malandes
Groot Eiland Wine
Kaapzicht Estate
Senorio de Nava
Springfield Estate
Tedeschi Wines


Abbaye Sainte Radegonde
Agrícola Castellana
Albert Bichot
Alliance Loire
Berard Pere et Fils
Blandys Maderia
Bleasdale Wines
Blossom Hill Wine
Bodega del Fin del Mundo
Bodegas Castillo de Monjardin
Bodegas los Llanos
Bodegas Reyes
Bodegas Sonsierra
Bodegas Valderroa
Boekenhoutskloof and Porcupine Ridge
Bonnievale Cellar
Boutet Saulnier
Brown Brothers
Bruno Paillard
Buitenverwachting Wine Farm
Calliterra Winery
Campagnola Winery
Carlos Pizzorno Wines
Castel Pujol
Cavas Ferret
Cave Chantecotes
Cave Fleurie
Cave Pomerols
Cave San Jose
Caves de Pouilly Sur Loire
Cederberg Wines
Champagne Gardet
Chanson Pere & Fils
Charles Joguet Viticulteur
Chateau Camplazens
Chateau de Briacé
Chateau de Coussergues
Chateau de Fontenay
Chateau de l`Aumerade
Chateau du Donjon
Chateau Haut-Logat
Chateau L Escarcelle
Chateau La Bastide
Chateau La Nerthe
Chateau la Perriere
Chateau Larrivet Haut-Brion
Chateau Les Faures
Chateau Mas Neuf
Chateau Mayne-Blanc
Chateau Sainte Barbe
Château Croix Beausejour
Château du Breuil
Château d[`|squote]assas
Château Regusse
Cheval Quancard
Cidre Nichol
Claude Riffault
Clos du Porteau
Coleraine Wines
Didier Absil Development
Domaine A. Cailbourdin
Domaine Alain Geoffroy
Domaine Alain Normand
Domaine Barillot
Domaine chêne
Domaine de Beaurepaire
Domaine de Gry Sablon
Domaine de Haute Molière
Domaine de la Bergerie
Domaine de la Croix Senaillet
Domaine de la Motte
Domaine de Martinolles
Domaine de Mont-Auriol
Domaine de Perdrycourt
Domaine de Régusse
Domaine de `Ecu
Domaine des Banquettes
Domaine des Bernardins
Domaine des Cretes
Domaine des Deux Arcs
Domaine des Maillettes
Domaine des Malandes
Domaine des Noelles
Domaine des Nugues
Domaine du Chene
Domaine du Gour de Chaule
Domaine du Grand Ormeau
Domaine du VIeux Parc
Domaine Gerard Tremblay
Domaine Grand Tinel
Domaine Henry Pelle
Domaine Jacky Marteau
Domaine Jaume
Domaine Jean Chauvenet
Domaine La Bouissieire
Domaine les Grand Bois
Domaine Mathias
Domaine Merlin-Cherrier
Domaine Michel-Andreotti
Domaine Parigot Pere & Fils
Domaine Pierre Riffault
Domaine Raffaitin
Domaine Reine Juliette
Domaine Rosier
Domaine Taupenot-Merme
Domaine Treuillet
Elgin Vintners
Esk Valley Estate
Fairview Estate
Falesco Wines
Faugeres Les Cru
Francis Blanchet
Freixenet Winery
Fuller, Smith & Turner
Grande Provence Estate
Grant Burge Wines
Graves d Ardonneau
Groot Eiland Wine
Groote Post
Henry Marionnet
Herdade do Esporao
Isabelle Suire
Jerome Godon
JF Lurton
Jordan Winery
Kaapzicht Estate
La Cave de Rasteau
La Cave des Vignerons de Saumur
Lafon Rochet
Leonildo Pieropan
Les Costieres de Pomerols
Les Grands Cru Blanc
Luddite Vineyards
Marras Wines
McGuigan Wines
Meinert Wines
Miguel Torres
Mont Destin Wine Farm
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Palliser Estates
Philippe Brisebarre
Pol Roger
Protos Bodega
Quinta da Alorna
Raka Wine
Reine Juliette
Rhebokskloof Private Cellar
Richard Gontier
Richard Rottiers
Rioja Alta
Robert Oatley
Robertson Winery
Rocca Delle Macie
Senorio de Nava
Simon Gilbert Wines
Springfield Estate
Stellar Organics Winery
Stony Brook
Taylors Port
Tedeschi Wines
Thatchers Cider Company
The Foundry
Tohu Wines Ltd
Toso Spa
Trenel Fils
Tulbagh Winery
Tyrrells Winery
Vignerons Ardechois
Vignerons Beaumes de Venise
Vignerons de Oisly et Thésée
Vignerons de Saumur
Vignerons du Sommierois
Vignoble Champalou
Vignobles la Coterie
Villa Maria Estate
Vin de Pays Cotes de Gascogne
Vinedos de Nieva
Weingut Mades
Weingut Tony Jost
William Cole
Windmeul Cellar
Woodthorpe Te Mata


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Robertson Winery

Established in 1941, Robertson Winery is recognised today as one of South Africa`s leading cellars. The fertile Robertson Valley with its variety of meso-climates and soil conditions create a wide spectrum of terroirs, allowing the winery to produce an exciting diversity of wine styles.

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Rocca Delle Macie

The development of Rocca delle Macìe as a commercial venture has been characterized from the outset by, on the one hand, a relationship of reciprocal respect with the terroir, and, on the other, by a consistent commitment towards improving product quality through innovation in the cellars. The successes that Rocca delle Macìe has achieved as a winery are based, first and foremost, on the painstaking approach taken in the vineyards. This quality-oriented approach dictates low yields per hectare, green harvest and leaf removal being performed during the summer months and a manual harvest directed by expert winegrowers. A team of winemakers and cellarpersons follow up the hard work done in the vineyards by adopting an equally meticulous attitude in the cellars, which have been expanded and modernized over the years and now feature state-of-the-art fermentation equipment to ensure precise control of the must, as well as modern maturation vessels to ensure optimum ageing. Indeed, as part of the ongoing endeavor to manage production and interpret consumer requirements as effectively as possible, in 2002 Rocca delle Macìe commissioned the construction of a new cellar dedicated to the ageing of a special selection of red wines. The maturation area, located on the Le Tavolelle estate, has the capacity to house almost one thousand barriques.

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Senorio de Nava

At the end of the Eighties a group of experienced winemakers of Castilla de Leon (“Shore of the Duero?) formed this estate from the old agricultural cooperative of San Antolín that dates from 1956, forming Bodegas Señorío de Nava, S.A. It is located in the unique Castilian Plateau between Peñafiel and Roa de Duero in the municipality of Nava de Roa. The vineyard, modelled on a French Chateau, has more than 140 hectares under vines, in excellent soils, where they cultivate a limited production of the varieties authorized in the denomination of Origin: the “Tinto Fino?, “Cabernet-Sauvignon? and “Merlot?. The major vine is “Tinto Fino? locally known as “Tinto del Pais?, that has adapted perfectly to the extreme climatic conditions of the region. The variety is robust and vigorous blooming late to avoid frosts and maturing quicky. It offers excellent qualities on its own as well as blended with other noble varieties - rich in tannins and stable in color thanks to a low level of oxidation. This variety is ideal for aging in barrel and long maturation in bottle. The variety “Cabernet-Sauvignon? is of French origin, it has adapted perfectly to this fresh and humid microclimate. Their intense color, vigorous tannins and a penetrating aroma of violets and berries are well used by Señorío de Nava. “Merlot?, also a native of France, presents a dark color with bluish dyes.

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Simon Gilbert Wines

Simon Gilbert wines are based in the heart of Australia`s Central Ranges and display the unique varietal characters of the wine growing regions of New South Wales.

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Springfield Estate

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. The lime-rich soil on the estate ranges from extremely rocky to clay, with sandy soil next to the Breede River where vineyards are protected against floods by low dikes. The climate in this area can be harsh and extreme. The southeaster blows the ocean air in from the Atlantic over 100 km away and this produces variable summer temperatures of around 30 ºC during the day to 15 ºC and below at night. The lower lying vines, such as those in the Sauvignon Blanc vineyards, are prone to frost during the growing period and a low annual rainfall of around 200 mm means that controlled irrigation is essential to relieve grape stress. These conditions are ideal for keeping alive natural yeasts present on the grapes, and to ensure an abundance of organic material in the vineyards. from http://www.springfieldestate.com/

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Stellar Organics Winery

Stellar Winery is situated 275 km north of Cape Town on the road to Namibia. The winery makes use of a semi-arid climate, unrivalled refrigeration capacity and extensive in-house engineering skills to produce modern, Fairtrade organic wines. The cellar processes upwards of 5 000 tons of organic grapes from farms straddling the northern boundary of the Olifants River wine region and Namaqualand. This is an area famous for its spring flowers and is also the only semi-arid Biosphere hotspot in the world. Working closely with the farms, our Winemaker, Dudley Wilson, often `pushes the edges of the envelope` in order to produce wines that surprise and delight. People Stellar Winery was the first organic vineyard and cellar operation to receive the highly sought after Fairtrade accreditation. Fairtrade companies undertake to empower economically disadvantaged workers and ensure that a fair price is paid for the product along the whole supply chain. Both farm and cellar staff are transported to and from work. Families receive health care and the permanent services of a community worker. Workers receive free housing, electricity and water and all schooling and child-care facilities are subsidised. A percentage of the wholesale price of the wine is paid directly back to the Stellar Fairtrade Workers` Trust. The Fairtrade umbrella bodies in the various export destinations supervise this process. For more information on Fairtrade and the Stellar Fairtrade Workers` Trust, go to (continues) ...

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Stony Brook

Makers of Cabernet Sauvignon Reserve, Ghost Gum (Bordeaux style), Pinotage, Shiraz Reserve and Reserve wine.

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Taylors Port

Founded in 1692, Taylor's is one of the oldest of the founding Port Houses. It remains independent and family-owned, headquartered in Oporto, the historic birthplace of the Port industry. Taylor's is renowned as one of the most innovative Port houses, having pioneered the Late Bottled Vintage style, and also holds one of the largest reserves of cask-aged wines used to create their range of tawny Ports. Taylor's Vintage Ports are the cornerstone of the company's success and the main source of its unique and inimitable house style. Taylor's benefits from extensive ownership of grade A vineyard sites throughout the Douro, including Quinta de Vargellas, one of the region's pre-eminent estates.

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Tedeschi Wines

The Tedeschi family has been active in the field of wine growing and producing in the Valpolicella area for five generations. Nicolò Tedeschi founded the firm in 1824, stipulating the first deed of sale of some vineyards. His work was then continued by his two sons Silvino and Renzo, the first completely dedicated to the meticulous care of the vines, the second committed to carrying on, together with his wife Bruna, the `Tedeschi style`, making the family business known in Italy and around the world. While he had a deep respect for the best tradition, paying attention to the long peasant heritage of experience and knowledge, represented by the phases of the moon, which should always be respected when the moment for bottling arrives, and by the imperceptible signs given each year by the vines. The most recent generation of the Tedeschi family is today represented by his children, Antonietta, Sabrina and Riccardo, the first responsible for sales in Italy and administration, the second a food technician and for years a researcher at the Institute of San Michele all`Adige, concerned with research and development, whereas Riccardo, an oenologist, deals with production and with sales outside Italy. Around 180 years have passed since Nicolò decided that our family should concern itself with wine and vineyards in Valpolicella, but the spirit of the Tedeschi family has not changed: we are more convinced than ever that each of our wines must not only be as good as possible, (continues) ...

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Thatchers Cider Company

Thatchers has made fine cider in Somerset for over 100 years. Crafted using freshly pressed English apples, many of our traditional ciders are based on authentic recipes and matured in oak. Today these complement the new, refreshingly different drinks in Thatchers' award winning range.

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The Foundry

THE FOUNDRY was established in 2000 by wine maker Chris Williams and James Reid to produce small quantities of excellent wine which would reflect the nature and character of their source vineyards and express the differences apparent in vintages. Working closely with a handful of growers, fruit is sourced from across the Cape to secure grapes at optimum ripeness from sites which are best suited to each variety. Long-term contracts have been concluded for specific rows of vines to meet The Foundry’s demand for high quality fruit which is expressive of its source vineyards. Each lot of grapes is vinified separately according to its intrinsic character, taking great care not to over-extract or manipulate the fruit. No recipes are followed and both traditional and modern techniques are used. The aim is to produce wines which the owners will enjoy drinking. The wines are vinified, bottled and matured at Meerlust Estate in Stellenbosch. From 2010 The Foundry has a new home in the Voor-Paardeberg area. It is our intention to eventually locate all of our winemaking at activies in the Paardeberg, but will still continue to produce the single vineyard Stellenbosch Syrah and Viognier. The Foundry will expand its range to a selection of single vineyard wines from different appelations and terroirs around the Cape, much as the great negotiant houses of Burgundy and the Rhone valley do.

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Tohu Wines Ltd

Tohu (pronounced Tor-who) is the world's first Maori owned wine company. Since 1998, we've been making our mark on the world with wines produced from three of New Zealand's premier grape growing regions: Marlborough, Nelson and Gisborne Without question, Marlborough has put New Zealand on the world winemaking map. Our star varietal, Sauvignon Blanc tastes and smells like no other. Whether it takes on the guise of tropical or herbaceous, one thing is guaranteed, it is pure Marlborough in a glass. As the region has evolved, Marlborough has discovered it can produce many other varieties at the same outstanding quality as Sauvignon Blanc. Other classic French varietals such as Pinot Noir and Chardonnay thrive here, and aromatic varieties such as Pinot Gris and Riesling are simply outstanding. Tohu predominantly sources fruit from two of its owned and operated Marlborough vineyards, located in the Awatere and Waihopai Valleys.

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Toso Spa

Toso Spa is a major italian wine grower producing wines, sparkling wines and vermouth.

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Trenel Fils

The House of Trénel produces a broad range of wines from Beaujolais and Mâconnais. The greatest exigency is required for each appelation as well as regular contact with the winegrower. The Beaujolais wines, for example, can be istinguished by their body and richness. Emphasis is placed on the extraction and the ageing potential during cellar maturation. History of The House of Trénel The House of Trénel was created by Claude-Henri Trénel in 1928. Thanks to André Trénel, his son, it has become a real and respected reference in all good restaurants, whether in France or abroad. This experienced man built the House of Trénel with hard work and sheer force of willpower. It has retained the print of its quality requirements as well as the specifics, which made it well known: its ranges of Crus du Beaujolais, its wines from the Mâconnais and its fine fruit liqueurs from Burgundy. ``You can only do things well if you know how to do them well!`` from: http://www.trenel.com Reproduced without permission Région de Bourgogne Capital Dijon Land area¹ 31,582 km² Regional President François Patriat (PS) (since 2004) Population - Jan.1, 2005 estimate - March 8, 1999 census - Density (Ranked 16th) 1,626,000 1,610,067 51/km² (2005) Arrondissements 15 Cantons 174 Communes 2,045 Départements: Yonne, Côte-d'Or, Nièvre, Saône-et-Loire French Land Register data, which exclude lakes, ponds, and glaciers larger (continues) ...

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Tulbagh Winery

This fertile valley that the Dutch settlers created in 1658 produces some of the country's best red and white wines, olive oils, peaches, grain, pears and plums. Tulbagh Winery was founded in 1906 and ever since produced quality wines that covers the full spectrum of South Africa's best cultivars. Tulbagh Winery is the first export cellar, the first cellar to manufacture sparkling wine and the first cellar to launch a ship. Tulbagh's cellar, situated in Porterville, is certified by the UK Soil Association to manufacture organic wines. The vision of Tulbagh is to become the leader in brand building, value products, client service and exceptional moral standards and business ethics.

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Tyrrells Winery

Brief The Tyrrell`s family association with the grape and vine began with Edward Tyrrell, in 1858. Since then Tyrrell`s has grown over nearly a century and a half to become one of Australia`s largest and most prestigious winemakers. Tyrrell`s is today a national winemaker, with an extensive product portfolio and vineyards across South Australia, Victoria and New South Wales. Vineyards

  • New South Wales Glenbawn Estate Vineyard and Winery
  • Central Victoria Vineyard
  • South Australia Vineyard
  • South Australia Willunga Vineyard
  • New South Wales Pokolbin Vineyards and `Ashmans Winery`

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Vidal Wines, founded in 1905, is one of Hawkes Bays oldest boutique wineries, and is a producer of premium quality wines that truly reflect the region and vineyards from which they were sourced

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Vignerons Ardechois

History In Ardeche, the culture of the vine is a long history of more than 2000 years, the vestiges of this time are still present in our everyday life, and in particular through the names of villages like that ``Valvignéres ``or`` valley of the Latin vine ``(Vallis Vinaria). Over the centuries agriculture and wine production modelled the landscape and worked our slopes. This is particularly visible on edge of the Cevennes, (Rosiéres, Largentiére), or of the narrow and well exposed terraces, which closely marry the folds of the ground, with sometimes only 4 or 5 lines of vine. A colossal work, which gives to these landscapes a great force and a great authenticity. The history of ardéchoise vine growing is closely related to its relief and to its geology, while going down from the plates of the High Loire towards Gard, you will cross pieces of vines in forests of pines and chestnuts, and more to the south, vines enchased in small combes bordered by holm oaks, olive and almond trees. Come spring, of is in west, of the valley of the Rhone at the department of Lozere, the white flowers of cherry trees, then pink of pêchers accomodate you and light in the valleys of Ardeche, Beaume, and of Chassezac the vineyard which wakes up gently after bragged of the winter. If you already came to southernmost Ardeche, these some sentences are undoubtedly superfluous, because you will have surely noticed that the relief authorizes the culture only on small pieces, this multitude (continues) ...

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