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Senorio de Nava
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Abbaye Sainte Radegonde
Agrícola Castellana
Albert Bichot
Alliance Loire
Berard Pere et Fils
Bestheim
Billecart-Salmon
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
Bonnet-Huteau
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
Cune
Dalva
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
Dows
Elgin Vintners
Escarelle
Esk Valley Estate
Fairview Estate
Falesco Wines
Faugeres Les Cru
Fonseca
Francis Blanchet
Freixenet Winery
Fuller, Smith & Turner
Grahams
Grande Provence Estate
Grant Burge Wines
Graves d Ardonneau
Groot Eiland Wine
Groote Post
Henry Marionnet
Herdade do Esporao
Hidalgo
Iona
Isabelle Suire
Jerome Godon
JF Lurton
Jordan Winery
Kaapzicht Estate
Koelenhof
Kono
La Cave de Rasteau
La Cave des Vignerons de Saumur
Lafon Rochet
Leacocks
Leacocks
Leonildo Pieropan
Les Costieres de Pomerols
Les Grands Cru Blanc
Luddite Vineyards
Marras Wines
McGuigan Wines
Meinert Wines
Merlin-Cherrier
Miguel Torres
Mont Destin Wine Farm
Morin-Langaran
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Palandri
Palliser Estates
Philippe Brisebarre
Plaimont
Pol Roger
Protos Bodega
Quinta da Alorna
Raka Wine
Reine Juliette
Reverdy
Rhebokskloof Private Cellar
Richard Gontier
Richard Rottiers
Rioja Alta
Robert Oatley
Robertson Winery
Rocca Delle Macie
Schillinger
Senorio de Nava
Sentio
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
Vidal
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
Wackenthaler
Warres
Weingut Mades
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William Cole
Windmeul Cellar
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Brown Brothers

Wine has been produced at the Brown Bros vineyard in Milawa, Australia since 1857. For full timeline and history see: http://www.brown-brothers.com.au/ourfamily/heritage.aspx

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Bruno Paillard

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Buitenverwachting Wine Farm

Buitenverwachting Wine Farm is situated in the heart of the historical Constantia Valley in Cape Town, South Africa. The farm boasts an exceptional range of wines as well as one of the top restaurants in the country. In addition, there are numerous other reasons to visit this beautiful farm that has been part of the rich history of the Cape since 1796. The farm is on the east-facing slopes of the magnificent Constantiaberg, about 12km from False Bay. Originally part of the Constantia Estate, which was founded by Simon van der Stel, the first Governor of the new Dutch colony at the tip of Africa. First sold as a 200 morgen sub-division to Cornelis Brink in 1773, Buitenverwachting changed hands often. And yet it flourished as a wine farm, due mainly to the 90 000 vines planted in 1825 by Ryk Arnoldus Cloete, brother of the famous Hendrik Cloete of Constantia. From 1866, the fortunes of Buitenverwachting were linked to those of the Louw and Lategan families. One of the most colourful characters was Oom Danie Lategan, whose trademark was the freshly picked camelia he wore on his lapel every day. It was his daughter, Olivia Lategan, who was to forge the link between the Lategans and the Louws. Born at Buitenverwachting, she returned as mistress of the farm when she married George Louw. Imbued with a sense of history, the Mueller family has retraced the roots of Buitenverwachting. The farm was lovingly restored to its former glory while extensive planting of the most (continues) ...

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Calliterra Winery

Caliterra, whose name derives from la calidad de la tierra, represents quality (calidad) and the land (tierra) of Chile. Caliterra belongs to a new generation of Chilean wineries, combining the creative innovation of New World winemaking with the distinctive fruit and best traditions of Chile. Viña Caliterra was created in 1996, launching a range of wines that express the quality of the fruit grown in different Chilean appellations. Their experience provided direction for the new winery, which would be marked by the wine`s fruitiness and definite style: modern, fresh and distinctive, with the particularities provided by each variety. To attain these objectives, the winemakers of Viña Errázuriz searched for the best soil and climate combination for each stock of vine in the main Chilean valleys. The valleys of Colchagua, Maipo and Casablanca were chosen for developing Caliterra`s estate vineyards. In addition, close collaborative relationships were established with independent growers. By building such long-term associations, Caliterra is able to work with contract growers to obtain high-quality grapes that clearly express the particularities of the different valleys. Voted `best red wine brand` by Harper`s Wine and Spirit in 2000.

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Campagnola Winery

Carlo Campagnola founded the winery in 1886. He received his first official recognition in 1907 with a gold medal for the best `reccioto wine`. In 1926 he participated in the Wine Fair and Exposition at the Grand Guardia in Verona and purchased the historic Antica Osteria Portoni Borsari. The Campagnola Cellars, a family-run winery for four generations, is situated in Valgatara, the center of the Classic Valpolicella zone in the small town of Marano di Valpolicella. Luigi Campagnola personally selects the best situated Veronese vineyards.

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Carlos Pizzorno Wines

History In 1890 Don Polonio García, an immigrant from the Canary Islands, arrived in Uruguay and acquired the first hectares of land in Canelón Chico Region, hoping to continue a family tradition of vine cultivation, and planted the first vineyards. His son Francisco constructed the first winery in 1910. In 1987 his grandson, Carlos Pizzorno, started the reconversion of the vineyards, and in 1996 started the reconversion of the winery which is in its final stages. The Pizzorno family is the fourth generation to continue with the same love and respect for nature that started over a century ago. Not one element has been lost of that tradition, adapting it to the present day with advanced techniques of wine cultivation and production.

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Castel Pujol

Information available at http://www.castelpujol.com

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Cavas Ferret

After many years of dedicating themselves exclusively to the making of cava, Ferret have decided to embark on a new phase with the incorporation of wines into their range of products. The white wine range has expanded from the classic blends to the more modern single variety wines. Their most recent additions are Chardonnay and Xarel.lo, made from the local indigenous grape variety, of which they are particularly proud. New wines are being researched and tested and they are not discarding the possibility of new additions to their range in the future. Rosé wines were also originally produced from the classic cava rosé blend and have now extended to include an award winning 100% Cabernet Sauvignon rosé. The range of red wines extend from young wines to `crianzas` and `reserves`. These wines are made from a blend of Tempranillo, Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot and are aged in 225 litre barrels of new French oak (Allier) and American oak. Barrel maturation not only deepens and stabilises the colour, softens the tannins and increases the complexity of the flavour compounds, but it also encourages natural stabilisation and clarification of the wine. The wine is then bottled and kept in dark, silent storerooms at a constant temperature. This final ageing period forms the bouquet. Adapted from: http://www.cavasferret.com/uk/index.asp?w=vins

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Cave Chantecotes

The Cécilia wine cellar was created in 1927. Men and women knew, with the passing of years, to work wines of great quality, combining with harmony roundness in mouth, fruity flavours and tannins often present, never aggressive. Vault CHANTECÔTES was created in 1972 to promote and market directly the wines of the Cécilia cellar. Chantcotes website in French: http://www.chantecotes.com

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Cave Fleurie

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Cave Pomerols

Cave Pomerols is a co-operative wine cellar founded in 1932, recently merged with the Cellar of Castelnau de Guers. The Pomerols co-operative represents 300 members extending over 1200 hectares, of which 285 are classified A.O.C. Picpoul de Pinet. Among the six communes classified Appelation d' Origine Controlée Picpoul de Pinet, Pomerols is one of most famous. Over 75.000 hl is produced each year.

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Cave San Jose

The San José Extremaduran agricultural and wine cooperative, situated right on La Ruta de la Plata [`The Silver Route`], still uses traditional methods of wine production. Founded in 1963 by 15 inhabitants of Villafranca de los Barros, it currently has 900 members. The premises of the Cooperative cover 20,000 m2, with a total capacity for processing 40 million kilograms of grapes each year and an approximate annual turnover of 12,048,129.77 € (approximately 2,000 million pesetas). The vineyards, situated in the Tierra de Barros region, on the gentle rolling reddish-brown slopes, sometimes associated with olive groves, give the landscape a very unique touch.

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Caves de Pouilly Sur Loire

Spread over some 8 Kms. On the slopes of the sunny and sheltered hills bordering on to the right bank of the Loire. Seven "communes" can be found in this region, the rich soil of which is specially suitable for vineyards, and where an ideal exposure ensures a perfect ripeness. Our vine-growers, in this particular climate, can hear cicadas singing amid the hill-sides.

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Cederberg Wines

Cederberg wines are produced by South Africa`s most uniquely situated wine farm boasting the Cape`s highest lying vineyards. The farm is situated in the Cederberg Wilderness Area, and falls within the Cape ``fynbos``region - one of the worlds` six floral kingdoms. The cellar has leaped into prominence on the South African wine scene with an impressive repertoire of awards, including the coveted Veritas Double Gold medal - South Africs`s top wine accolade. The Nieuwoudt family`s connection with the Cederberg dates back to 1893. Since then there have been five generations of Nieuwoudts on the farm.Appropriately, the family name means `New Wood`. Far from the softer, settled scenes of the estates closer to Cape Town, the Nieuwoudts were pioneers, farming tobacco and fruit in this rocky, high-altitude terrain, before discovering that it provided the ideal terroir for wines of distinction. Today, young David Nieuwoudt carries on the pioneering family tradition making innovative and award-winning wines.

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Champagne Gardet

History The story of Champagne Gardet began at the end of the 19th Century with Charles Gardet (1870-1913). He was a director of a small House in Mareuil sur Ay which has since disappeared. In 1895, he created his own Marque at Dizy and, later, Epernay. His son, Georges (1895-1952), revived the House during the Twenties and moved his cellars to Chigny les Roses in the heart of the Montagne de Reims to facilitate the development of the business. Since then, the House has been guided by successive members of the family, following the policy laid down a century ago to respect tradition and to take the greatest care in producing top class Cuvees. Grapes The family`s vineyards are spread over 7 hectares in the ``Premier cru`` areas of Chigny les Roses, Ludes and Rilly la Montagne. Their vineyards are situated, principally, among the top Crus of Champagne(the Montagne de Reims, The Cote des Blancs...). The rest of the grapes are bought from around thirty proprietors with whom Gardet have long standing relationships.

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Chanson Pere & Fils

The House was founded in 1750 in the reign of Louis XV by Simon Verry. The Cellars are located in the Bastion de L'Oratoire, a look-out and defensive tower built at the end of the 15th century. In the XIX the Chanson Family took control and the company continued to expand under the leadership of Alexis Chanson. The Chanson family already owned a large Domaine located across Beaune, Savigny les Beaune and Pernand Vergelesses which was added to the company's assets, thus giving it a new dimension. Chanson survived the Phylloxera crisis and continued to increase the size of their holdings

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Charles Joguet Viticulteur

The vineyards of the Domaine Charles Joguet have ancient and somewhat curious origins. As the case for many domains, the phylloxera invasion and the advent of mechanised farming led the Beaudoin-Joguet-Malécault family to turn to multiple cropping. Their Sazilly vineyards, however, which are entirely planted with Cabernet Franc, date back to 1830 or maybe earlier. As for the Clos de la Dioterie, it was a vineyard one or two centuries before the French Revolution. In the Beginning… Charles Joguet founded the domain in 1957. Following several years of artistic studies (painting and sculpture), which he had begun in Paris in 1949, he took the helm of the family property when his father died. With the help of a small horse, he and his mother, Mme.Joguet- Malécault – whose initials are displayed on our tin caps – managed to look after the vines and produced some good wine. But the great qualities of Clos de la Dioterie, which has since become famous for its terroir and for the age of its vine stock (80 years), gradually gave them the desire to improve their knowledge of winemaking. Decisive Encounters At that time, three men with strong personalities gave Charles some valuable advice. First came Marcel Angelliaume, a winegrower from Cravant, who told him after his father’s death: “Charles, you should bottle your wine. It won’t be easy, there will be a little of this and that, but if you have any trouble, come see me. And it will be much easier fo (continues) ...

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Chateau Camplazens

Camplazens is located at the top of La Clape, a limestone mountain 10 miles long and 4 miles wide overlooking the Mediterranean. La Clape is an official sub-appellation of Coteaux du Languedoc that is gaining in reputation for its wine making. Only 26 vineyards are situated on La Clape, an environmentally protected land since 1965, and the only permitted activity is grape growing. La Clape is comprised of limestone cliffs and fertile valleys, covered with wild moorland, or `Garrigue.` The abundance of thyme, rosemary, lavender and sage together with a plethora of wild flowers and grasses create richly scented aromas, which are reproduced in the wine. The soil is rich alluvial clay, while when present in areas of limestone can be broken up to create a well drained, porous soil which makes maximum use of reflected sunlight for ripening the grapes. The climate conditions are ideal, combining the Northwest mountain breezes from the Carcassone Valley with the sea mists of the Mediterranean below. La Clape has about 3000 hours of sunshine a year, which is among the highest in the Mediterranean. Winters are cool and wet, and the proximity to the sea keeps the frost away just long enough to enable the growing season to be extended for an additional few weeks allowing the vines to absorb the last few days of autumn sun. Camplazens harvest three primary types of vines, following the directives of the AOC La Clape; namely Syrah, Grenache, and Carignan. The vineyard also h (continues) ...

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Chateau de Briacé

Briacé is established in the Nantes vineyard, less than 30 minutes from Nantes. The site (landscape park of 7 ha, castle, ponds...) makes it possible to put young people in optimum situation to study viniculture. Short history of the college Before 1940 many growers of Muscadet wine wished for a Viniculture. With the statements of the Presidents of the Federation of the Wine Trade unions, Mr Sautejeau, then Mister of COUESBOUC, it would have as it essential task the training of young people with the culture of the vine, especially with the analysis and the work of the winemaking. Nothing existed in the area, apart from the CERCA courses, which had little attendence. However, in 1951, Mr Gilbert Blanchard of the Crances, 62 years a landowner living the Castle of Briace, commune of the Landreau, put on sale the few goods which remained to him: approximately thirty hectares. Thse were comprised of 1/3 vines, 1/3 of coppice meadows and 1/3 of park and garden, with castle, wine storehouses, residences and various dependences. Within a pleasant framework, in full heart of the Nantes vineyard, it was an ideal property for the School of Vine growing of which administrators of the Federation dreamed. It was a unique opportunity to seize immediately and at all costs. Its statutes are deposited in Maître Jannin, Notaire in Loroux-bottereau, as of August 20, 1951. The President is Mister of COUESBOUC, President of the Federation of the Wine Trade unions. It has as a (continues) ...

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Chateau de Coussergues

Producer: Arnould De Bertier The Château de Coussergues, a former Royal Manor has been in the Sarret de Coussergues family for thirteen generations (since 1495). The Manor is located about ten kilometers east of Beziers (Languedoc) on the last group of hills overlooking the Mediterranean sea. It produces Cotes de Thongue regional wines as well as Pays d`Oc and Languedoc Wines. One of the oldest family owned wine producing estates in Langudoc, one of the largest too: 600 ha of which 210 ha are vineyards (160 ha planted in red, 59 ha in white grape varieties) - 14 different varietals. Produces only country wines (red white and rosé blends or varietals). Over the 5 past years, some of the wines especially the Chardonnay and Sauvignon blanc have won awards and received good write ups. Potential for the near future : more Cabernet Sauvignon, Carignan and Pinot Noir.

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