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Chateau de l`Aumerade
Chateau du Donjon
Chateau Haut-Logat
Chateau L Escarcelle
Chateau La Bastide
Chateau La Nerthe
Chateau la Perriere
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Chateau Les Faures
Chateau Mas Neuf
Chateau Mayne-Blanc
Chateau Sainte Barbe
Château Croix Beausejour
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Cheval Quancard
Cidre Nichol
Claude Riffault
Clos du Porteau
Coleraine Wines
Cune
Dalva
Didier Absil Development
Domaine A. Cailbourdin
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Domaine Jaume
Domaine Jean Chauvenet
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Domaine les Grand Bois
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Domaine Raffaitin
Domaine Reine Juliette
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Escarelle
Esk Valley Estate
Fairview Estate
Falesco Wines
Faugeres Les Cru
Fonseca
Francis Blanchet
Freixenet Winery
Fuller, Smith & Turner
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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
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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
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Vidal
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Chateau de Fontenay

Located in the heart of the Loire valley, our domain is deeply linked to the Chateau, witness of the french history. His northern terroirs offer a great variety of soils, in which the wineyard draws the elements needed by his heady maturity. Since 1680, according to our books, le Chateau de Fontenay works his wineyard in symbiosis with nature. Even more today than yesterday. From his particular past and from the inprints still visible today, our domain possesses a remarkable history. The “winy” meeting of our two families, who now work together, bring a new aura to the passion and to the unequalled work of our terroir. Discover the two most important aspects of the Chateau de Fontenay.

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Chateau de l`Aumerade

Of its 550 hectares of vines in Coasts of Provence, the Fabre fields are dispersed in the area of Hyères and Pierrefeu-of-Var. The Castle of Aumérade, heart of the Fabre fields, is well worth a visit to see its garden, cellar and museum of the santon. The other castles and fields are private and cannot be visited. The Fabre fields are divided into three categories: * Calcareous soil argilo spiced and mineral of Pierrefeu: - Castle of Aumérade Believed Classified in Pierrefeu (300 hectares) - Castle of Déidière with Pierrefeu (80 hectares) - Field of Jas de Cape with Pierrefeu (50 hectares) * calcareous Soil argilo spiced with tendency edge of Sea: - Castle of Clapière Believed Classified in Hyères (50 hectares) - Castle the Forest with Hyères (18 hectares) - Field of the Fenouillet Mount in Hyères (4 hectares) * Soil edge of sandy and schistous sea: - Saint-Honore Castle in Londe (60 hectares) translated from: http://www.aumerade.com/les-domaines-fabre.htm

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Chateau du Donjon

The ``Chateau du Donjon``, once the property of the monks of the abbey of Caunes, has been family property since the 15th century. It takes its name from the ancient chateau of Bagnoles and from its picturesque 13th century donjon (keep) that shoots up in the middle of the cellar. The oldest property deed is an amusing document which refers to a dam built on the river next to a place called ``La Galinière``. That year, the dam had been carried away when the Clamoux (a small stream that descends from Nore peak, the summit of the Montaigne Noire (Black Mountain) which forms the southerly most foothills of the Cévènes mountains). The inhabitants of the village helped the owner to rebuild. The owner, as an expression of gratitude, gave the villagers the right to use the water for their gardens. This right, which was written down and notarized, began at noon on Saturday and ended Monday morning at dawn! The rest of the time, the water was reserved for the mill (which still exists, although it is no longer used to grind flour.). The vineyard of the ``Château du Donjon`` stretches out over the rural district of Bagnoles, the western part of the Minervois region, in the Clamoux area. It is divided into two large parts, one for A.O.C. Minervois, and the other for "Vin de Pays" (Regional wines). The yields of these wines are very limited in order to obtain a magnificent concentration of aromas. Grapes are harvested at perfect maturity, and the individual grapes are removed (continues) ...

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Chateau Haut-Logat

The estate of Château Haut Brion developed out of the Maison Noble d'Aubrion, which in the 16th, 17th and 18th centuries was the property of the Pontac family. It was the Pontacs who planted the vineyard and first exported their wine. Haut Brion passed out of the family at the end of the 18th century and the property was to change hands many times until an American financier, Clarence Dillon, acquired it in 1935. The property remained in the hands of the Dillon Family and their company Domaine Clarence Dillon. The château itself is a charming, turreted affair, parts of which go back to the sixteenth century, and it is well depicted on the label. Part of the vineyard adjoins the château and part lies across the road adjoining that of La Mission Haut Brion. These two now form an oasis of vineyards surrounded by housing. Notably Château Haut Brion is the only château situated outside the Medoc to have been included in the famous classification of 1855. Haut Brion went modern in 1960, when stainless steel vats were installed for the vinification. The chais is well kept and workman like - not as showy as some of the Medoc châteaux. The wines produced at Château Haut Brion have consistently remained worthy of their status as a Premier Grand Cru Classe and this is widely recognised by connoisseurs throughout the world.

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Chateau L Escarcelle

Our traditional winery has acquired over the years developed a winery to make wine exactly harmonious wines closer to our vines and our land. Harvested at night to preserve the freshness of the harvest, the grapes are worked carefully and thoroughly to remove the best. Our rosé wines, rich in Cinsault and Grenache, fruity and sensual, are of great elegance. Our white, born of the marriage of Rolle and Ugni Blanc, mist lemony, have a nice acidity and a good mouthfeel. The blend of Syrah, Mourvedre and Cabernet Sauvignon are the red Escarelle long guard wines. For our 1718 vintage, the jewel of the Castle, the harvest is exclusively manual, harvested crate at night to take advantage of lower temperatures and prevent oxidation. Sorting and then stalking are very rigorous. The maceration takes place at low temperature and a partial bleeding can develop the best flavor. The conservation is done on selected lees winemaking and barrel aging in our cellar, sheltered from changes in light and temperature.

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Chateau La Bastide

The domaine is situated on the north end of the Appellation ``Corbieres`` , in the Aude county, 5 km from Lezignan-Corbieres. Nestled in a green setting surrounded by maritime influences, this impressive chateau had already been mentioned in topographical layouts of 1770 and refurbished several times since then. It offers a unique character. Chateau la Bastide has been ranked amongst the best in numerous international tastings such as in the USA, Canada, England, Benelux, Germany and other countries to which 96% of the production is exported. As the name of the estate indicates, there is a superb bastide or country house located on the domaine which in the near future will offer accommodation. The quality of the wine depends on picking the grapes at full maturity. For the past 3 years it has become customary at this vineyard to taste the grapes in order to define the harvest period.The soil is rich with limestone-slate and large gravel. Vineyards For 10 years the objective was to re-plant with quality grape varietals adapted to grow in plots, favouring dense elevated plantations: from 4500 to 5500 grapevines per hectare upright on stakes or ``trellis training`` allowing an excellent sun exposure to foliage and grapes to attain ideal ripeness. Vinifications Harvesting takes place during the evening or early dawn which enables the grapes to be picked at a cool temperature. The grapes are de-stemmed, crushed and chilled to 7-8°C. Vini (continues) ...

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Chateau La Nerthe

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Chateau la Perriere

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Chateau Larrivet Haut-Brion

The estate of Château Haut Brion developed out of the Maison Noble d'Aubrion, which in the 16th, 17th and 18th centuries was the property of the Pontac family. It was the Pontacs who planted the vineyard and first exported their wine. Haut Brion passed out of the family at the end of the 18th century and the property was to change hands many times until an American financier, Clarence Dillon, acquired it in 1935. The property remained in the hands of the Dillon Family and their company Domaine Clarence Dillon. The château itself is a charming, turreted affair, parts of which go back to the sixteenth century, and it is well depicted on the label. Part of the vineyard adjoins the château and part lies across the road adjoining that of La Mission Haut Brion. These two now form an oasis of vineyards surrounded by housing. Notably Château Haut Brion is the only château situated outside the Medoc to have been included in the famous classification of 1855. Haut Brion went modern in 1960, when stainless steel vats were installed for the vinification. The chais is well kept and workman like - not as showy as some of the Medoc châteaux. The wines produced at Château Haut Brion have consistently remained worthy of their status as a Premier Grand Cru Classe and this is widely recognised by connoisseurs throughout the world. Wines:

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Chateau Les Faures

This sunny, south-facing vineyard, situated 60 km south east of Bordeaux, extends over 21 hectares. The grapes are: 70% merlot, 15% cabernet sauvignon and 15% cabernet franc. Grapes have been mechnically harvested for over 20 years before traditional vinification out of tanks.

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Chateau Mas Neuf

The location of Château Mas Neuf, half way up the Grand Sud slope of the Costières de Nîmes, is very special. The amount of sunshine hours enjoyed by the vineyard is similar to that in Languedoc or Provence, but the proximity of the ponds and sea allows the estate to derive benefit from the gentle thermal winds coming from the Mediterranean. At night and at the beginning of the day one often sees dew descend and it can be noticed that temperatures are 4 to 5°C lower than those noted in the interior of the lands in summer. The main vineyard blocks grouped around the buildings enjoy good holding on well washed brown fersiallitic soils resulting in a large concentration of pebbles from the Durance and the Rhone dating from the Villafranchian era. These soils supply regular but moderate hydration to the vine. The differences in soil depth and composition create micro terroirs with various inputs, exacerbated by different work in the vineyard. Grape varieties The planted grape varieties are mainly Shiraz (30%), Red Grenache (28%), Carignan (16%), Mourvèdre (10%), Cinsaut (5%), Ugni Blanc (5%), White Grenache (4%), and Roussanne (2%) making up a total area of 62 hectares of vineyard and one hectare of olive trees. The ages of the vines range between 3 and 90 years, with an average of around 30 years. On the other hand, some small blocks are used for experimental purposes for important grape varieties, which are less common in the sector: Viognier, Chardonn (continues) ...

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Chateau Mayne-Blanc

Is located in Lussac Saint Emilion

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Chateau Sainte Barbe

History Chateau Sainte Barbe was built between 1760 and 1770 by Jean-Baptist Lynch. The Lynch family arrived in Bordeaux at the end of the 17th Century, fleeing religious persecution in Ireland. The family owned several wine merchants and Châteaux and reached the highest positions in Bordeaux society. Jean-Baptiste Lynch himself became Mayor of Bordeaux between 1809 and 1815. Lynch was first a Bonapartist and was at the head of the Bordeaux delegation to the christening of the King of Rome, Marie Louise`s and Napoleon`s son. After Napoleon`s defeat, Lynch quickly became a royalist, but when Napoleon returned from the Island of Elbe and realised that his good friend had betrayed him, he issued orders for Lynch`s capture and condemned him to death. Fortunately Lynch fled, Napoleon`s comeback was short-lived and once the British sent Napoleon to St Helène, Jean Baptist Lynch came out of hiding. Louis XVIII subsequently named him Count and Lord of France. It was probably Victor Louis, the French architect, who built Château Sainte Barbe. The house is located on the banks of the Garonne with magnificent views over the river. The house is built above the cellars which are on the ground floor where the wine barrels were stored. They could be rolled out by hand to the river bank to be loaded onto vessels bound for England and Northern Europe. During the 18th and 19th centuries, Château Sainte Barbe was part of the Apellation de Montferrand known as `Les Palu (continues) ...

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Château Croix Beausejour

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Château du Breuil

Normandy! A land of picturesque half-timbered houses, lush green pastures and apples orchards. A land of rich culinary tradition based on its fine local products: butter, cream, world famous cheeses and of course...apples ! Normandy is also a country of rich historic and architectural heritage, located in "Pays d'Auge". Nestled in the green heart of Normandy stands the Château du Breuil. This attractive slate-roofed château was built in the 16th and 17th centuries and the home of nobility. Among the note-worthy families that lived in the castle are the Bouquetots, the Montgomerys, the young "Tancrède de Rohan", the Bences. Listed as an historical monument, the Château has been entirely restored by its new owners who have been distilling spirits for three generations. The apple is the basic ingredient to make quality Calvados.The mild and damp weather and clayed soil of the Pays d'Auge give the Château du Breuil ideal growing conditions for its 22,000 apple trees which surround the castle. The Château du Breuil company produces its own cider, coming from a 100% natural fermentation. Their know-how and experience are the strengths of the Château du Breuil which gives priority to high quality rather to quantity. When cider has reached its proper flavour, distillation can start... New ! See our apples harvest "live" from our orchards ! (only for groups on booking) When you will arrive at the Château during October and November, a tour guide will lead you to (continues) ...

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Château d'assas

The Château d’Assas was built during the decade 1750-1760, probably by Jean-Antoine Giral who was an architect from Montpellier and also designed the anatomy amphitheatre. Some features (including the ironwork balconies) came from the Château de la Mosson. The fortified surrounding wall, flanked by round towers, dates back to the late 16th century.

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Château Regusse

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Cheval Quancard

The Quancard family has a long history in and around the city of Saint-André-de-Cubzac in the Bordeaux Region. Cheval Quancard`s main activity arises from their passion for winegrowing. ``It is due to this winegrowing spirit developed from running our estates, `` explains Roland Quancard, ``that we are involved with all aspects of winemaking and that our entire range of products from generic wines to bourgeois growths, receives the same careful attention.`` This specialized know-how gives the firm its unique character, and accounts for a large part of its business activity. In the same way, the company`s château-bottled wines (great growths and petits châteaux) are selected with great care, in order to offer wines representative of their appellations, and in keeping with uncompromising standards. As for bulk wines, these are likewise carefully selected and their quality demonstrates the true art of the négociant. These wines thus benefit from the significant added value that comes from having aged in the Cheval Quancard cellars..

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Cidre Nichol

Founded in 1928, CIDRERIE NICOL produces unpasteurized breton cider (raw, unprocessed and preservative), as well as apple juice, respecting the cider tradition and know-how. The family business, located at the gates of the Presqu'île de Rhuys and the Gulf of Morbihan for three generations, also produces the "Royal Guillevic" cremant stamped "Label rouge".

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Claude Riffault

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