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Bruno Paillard
Buitenverwachting Wine Farm
Calliterra Winery
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Castel Pujol
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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
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Domaine des Deux Arcs
Domaine des Maillettes
Domaine des Malandes
Domaine des Noelles
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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
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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
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Clos du Porteau

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Coleraine Wines

Approximately 55kms north of Cape Town this estate is uniquely situated 200º above sea level on the southwestern slopes of Paarl Mountain, abutting a nature reserve and flagged by the imposing Language Monument. This 42-hectare family farm boasts 270º spectacular mountain and valley views of one of the most beautiful areas in South Africa. The motivation behind the naming of the cellar, Coleraine Wines, and the flagship wine, Culraithin, (cool-ray-thin) emanates from the Kerr family’s close links with Northern Ireland dating back many centuries. History The Kerr family’s history dates back to 9th century Ireland. Abraham Joseph, one of our more recent ancestors, farmed successfully in Coleraine during the 1800’s. This led to the naming of our cellar after our ancestral birthplace in Northern Ireland and commemorating our extensive Irish history. CULRAITHIN (cool-ray-thin) OUR NEW FLAGSHIP LABEL IS A DERIVATIVE OF THE GAELIC FOR COLERAINE. After years of wine and table grape production a long held vision of building a cellar came to fruition in 1998. The pack shed was changed into a wine and maturation cellar with the first grapes being crushed in 1999. 2001 saw the addition of another maturation cellar. Farming Farming, having played a considerable role in the recent history of the Kerr family, once more came to the fore with the purchase of Montana, a farm in South Africa, in 1974. This 42-hectare farm abutting the Paarl Mountain Na (continues) ...

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Cune

C.V.N.E., or to give it its full name, Compañía Vinicola del Norte de España (The Northern Spanish Wine Company) was established on the 24th of March 1879 in Haro, Rioja. Set up by two brothers, Eusebio and Raimundo Real de Asúa, their aim was to capitalize on the flourishing new trade in wine. C.V.N.E. is based in the traditional neighbourhood of the station, in the heart of the Rioja wine region. Historically, some of the oldest wineries of Rioja Alta established themselves here in order to benefit from the ease of transport via rail to the port of Bilbao, the most efficient form of transport in those days. By 1900, the winery had an extraordinary ageing capacity of 80,000 bottles, which was most unusual at the time, as most wineries sold their wines as soon as possible. C.V.N.E. is still controlled by the direct descendants of the founding family, now in its fifth generation, the company has been quoted on the Madrid stock exchange since 1997. C.V.N.E. farms half of its grape crush. The remainder is purchased from long term growers from the Rioja Alta province. The red grape varieties planted are: Tempranillo, Garnacha, Mazuela and Graciano. The white grape varieties planted are: Viura, Garnacha blanca (white) and Malvasía.

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Dalva

C. Da Silva (Vinhos) SA is a traditional Port wine House. Founded in 1862, its present name was defined in the first decades of the twentieth century, when Mr. Clemente da Silva received the company through marriage. At that time to develop export markets, his first steps headed toward Brazil and North America, but other markets soon followed and DALVA is now present in Europe and Asia as well. Nowadays, our mission is producing Port wines with high quality standards that meet the desires of all consumers by ensuring the prestige, reputation and perception of brand value. C. da Silva Caves de Vinho do Porto (C. da Silva Port Wine Cellars) is noted for its lovely and exclusive “Colheitas”, like for example the Golden Whites from 1952,1963 and 1971. C. da Silva Ports, makes every table more glamorous, and each occasion a remarkable moment…

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Didier Absil Development

Enterprise founded in 1991 by Didier Absil,and prior to that he was the export manager of Cave Coop. du Muscat de Frontignan for 3 years. His grandfather was a well known negociant in Vins Doux Naturels, in the town of Frontignan, close to Montpelier and the Absil family owned until recently a 40 ha vineyard estate in the Muscat de Frontignan appellation. D.A.D. is the export bureau for a limited number of growers : Chateaux, Domaines, and also markets a few selected cuvées from Coperatives, all of them strictly from Laguedoc Roussillon.

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Domaine A. Cailbourdin

The estate was created in 1980 and today it is comprised of 16 hectares (approximately 40 acres) of vines planted in some of the best Pouilly-Fumé slopes. About half of the vines are ``vieilles vignes`` or old vines; the other half are vines planted since 1980. Grapes grown on the different slopes are vinified separately, thus permitting the production of four different cuvees, each representing a distinctive terroir and aromatic expression. Constant concern for quality is evident throughout the winemaking process, from the vineyard to the cellar. The guiding principle is to bring forth the quality and diversity of the terroir, based on the principle that a wine can only be great if it has the mineral support of a quality terroir. The art of the winemaking profession consists of giving the grapes all the possible chances to reveal their qualities. The idea of terroir is of course essential to these wines. The pebbly limestone soil found on the largest part of the vineyard constitutes the soil of predilection for sauvignon grape cultivation. It is a poor well-drained soil. Due to its white colour, the soil stores heat tremendously which also furthers maturity. The word terroir includes the idea of climate as well. The Loire River bordering the vineyard plays an important role, locally creating a favorable microclimate at the end of the season. In September the estate benefits from sunny days and cool nights allowing a slow but even evolution of grape maturity, a gua (continues) ...

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Domaine Alain Geoffroy

The Chablis wine growing area is one of the oldest in France, covering more than 4,300 hectares. The region is is located in a continental zone; hot in summer and cold in winter with spectacular spring frosts. Chablishas a Kimmeridgian subsoil, consisting of lime marl and oyster fossils. This substrate is rich and porous, allowing deep rooting of the vines and even water intake. Alain Geoffroy estate is a family business was established in 1850 and has about 45 hectares under vine. Like all Chablis, the grapes are exclusively Chardonnay, producing fresh and fruity wines with a great mineral imprint.

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Domaine Alain Normand

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Domaine Barillot

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Domaine chêne

Our Domain is situated to the heart of the Mâconnais, between Mâcon and Cluny, south Burgundy. Our wine-growing has existed since 1973. The domain is currently 30 hectares with an annual production of about 2 000 hectoliters. Our products are coming from the different grapes of Burgundy (Chardonnay, Black Pinot, Gamay, Aligoté) which allows diversifying our range

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Domaine de Beaurepaire

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Domaine de Gry Sablon

Beaujolais-Villages 2005

History and Philosophy Domaine de Gry-Sablon is situated in Emeringes, a village made up of slopes that face the southern sun. Dominique Morel owns 16 hectares and only vinifies his own grapes. Apart from Morgon, he also produces Fleurie, Juliénas, Régnié, St Amour as well as three colours of Beaujolais-Villages. The domaine was created in the early 1900s when Mr Cinquin - great-grand-father of Mr Albert Morel - arrived in Emeringes. In 1991 Dominique Morel, an oenologist, joined his father. The research efforts in the last few years have led to the invention of an MPC device (Prefermentation Warm Maceration). This system extracts more colour and ripe berry aromas by warming up the grapes for 8 hours before the fermentation starts. 30% of Beaujolais houses (and Burgundy) are now equipped with this device. Terroir West facing slopes on granite rock and schists. Harvest In the Beaujolais grapes are always picked by hand. After extensive sorting grapes are brought to the vat room by conveyor belt in order to keep the clusters whole. Grapes: 100% Gamay Age of vins/density: 40 years average / 8500 per hecatre. Yield: 50 hl/hecatre Viticulture Treatment only when needed. Only 5 spurs per bush vine. Vinification 100% thermo regulated stainless steel vats fermentation. Semi carbonic in whole clusters preceded by warm pre-fermentation maceration.

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Domaine de Haute Molière

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Domaine de la Bergerie

In the Guégniard family wine growing has continued for 7 generations, even from mother to son or from father to daughter. Yves' grandmother bought the estate La Bergerie in the 1964 so that she could extend her vineyard inheritance. She, immediately after, bestowed it to her daughter "Marie-Agnes" in the same year. It was in 1979 that Yves joined his parents. From then onward, Yves and Marie-Annick, his wife, have progressively increased their vineyard and their appellations. It is thus, in the middle of the "Coteaux du Layon", in the excellent region of Anjou one will find today the Bergerie which extends to 36 hectares (88.96 acres) Our philosophy "Respecting authenticity and the expression of terroir" We chose to explore all the facets of 'chenin' and 'cabernet' through a wide range of appellation, all benefiting from a particular terroir. In order to achieve this we adapt to a strategic cultivation taking into account the nature of the soil (de-grassing and working the land). Because "Quality" is our master word, we have to maintain regularity in the excellence of our wines. In order to attain to our goals, we work rigorously on the vineyards: leaf removal, green harvest, little yields, severe sorting during harvest time… Finally every parcel of land is turned to wine and then produced separately to maintain better the "authenticity and the expression of terroir"

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Domaine de la Croix Senaillet

The name Domaine de la Croix Senaillet is taken from the name of the cross bestowed upon the village of Davayé by one of its past mayors; Benoît Senaillet. Record has it that Benoit Senaillet donated this cross to this vinegrowing village in 1866 to replace one that was destroyed in 1793 during the French Revolution. Tradition has it that since its blessing in 1867, Croix Senaillet has protected the people of the village and all those who pass by it on their way… Could our estate have been given its name to honour Mr. Senaillet’s spirit of initiative or his generosity? Whatever the reason, all the estate’s plots of vines are set around the cross on the slopes of the village. It is interesting to note that Benoit Senaillet was a contemporary of the poet Lamartine who lived at the entry to the village. Domaine de la Croix Senaillet is in Southern Burgundy, in Davayé in the very heart of the Mâconnais Cru area. This little village close by to Mâcon, to the west of the Saône River, is steeped in history. In actual fact the estate is right near the famous prehistoric site of Solutré. The climb up this spur of rock that is 492 metres above sea-level gives a wide ranging view over villages and the rolling vine-covered Mâconnais hills.

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Domaine de la Motte

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Domaine de Martinolles

Entrance to the property In 1926, Antoine Vergnes purchased the Domaine de Martinolles, a property comprising 17 hectares of farmland with vineyards planted on the richer soils and cereals and fodder to feed the work horses on the poorer areas. The vineyards were grouped around the buildings and planted with several tradtional grape varieties such as Carignan, Aramon, Alicante, large black etc...In those times the wine was lended when the grapes were picked. Léon VERGNES In 1940, when the troops were called up for the second World War, Léon, his son, left school to work on the farm. A few years later, having acquired a few adjacent plots, the farm had grown twice as big and the Domaine became exclusively a wine-growing concern. The vineyards were mainly planted with red grape varieties. The wine was made on the premises and sold to wine traders as was customary at the time. Only grapes of the Mauzac variety from the "blanquetière" were made into Blanquette, the local "owner's specialty. In 1973, Léon decided to make bottled wine. For your information:"Blanquette" was invented in 1531 by the monks in Saint-Hlaire Abbay. Saint Hilaire Abbey Henri Guilhem reports in his book" La Blanquette de Limoux", published in Paris in 1951, that a document written as early as 1531 already mentioned "fragons of blanquette" sent from Saint-Hilaire. The local archive of the Aude area kept in the city of Carcassonne also houses a precious manuscrip (continues) ...

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Domaine de Mont-Auriol

The Domaine de Mont Auriol was once a royal estate Bought in March 1948 by Nicolas de Sarret who is the direct ancestor of the present owner. The vineyard covers just over 100 hectares planted along the low hills between Cap d’Agde and Beziers, facing south towards the Mediterranean which is just five miles away. The soil is a mix of stony clay and limestone. It benefits both from its southern exposure and proximity to the sea which in turn keeps it cool in summer and relatively warm in winter.

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Domaine de Perdrycourt

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Domaine de Régusse

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