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

Growers

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
Weingut Tony Jost
William Cole
Windmeul Cellar
Woodthorpe Te Mata



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La Cave des Vignerons de Saumur

The Cave des Vignerons was established in 1957 by a group of winegrowers who wanted to combine their experience and expertise and to meet future challenges. The Saumur Cave des Vignerons, at the heart of the Saumur Champigny vineyard, located at the top of the Saint Cyr en Bourg hill. White limestone, locally known as tuffeau, was first extracted by the Oratorian monks to build churches, houses and the famous Loire Valley chateaux. The site was bought by local winegrowers in 1957, who dug out two vertical shafts to make full use of gravity flow. This original conception enables various activities to take place on separate levels between the receiving platform, located above ground, and the vats 25 metres below.

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Lafon Rochet

The origin of the “Rochet? name lies in the word “roches?, the rocks that make up the soil of the Lafon-Rochet domain. Over the course of thousands of years, crumbling rocks from the far-off Massif Central and Pyrenee mountains were ferried by the Dordogne and Garonne rivers, eroded into pebbles and deposited in the limestone subsoil of Saint-Estèphe, creating a landscape of gentle, well-drained hills featuring a deep layer of gravel. The Lafon-Rochet domain sits on soil covered by a layer of gravel dating back to the period formerly known as the Quaternary (Günz) and features a mixture of quartz, gritstone, silex, volcanic lydianite, millstone grit, sand and clay. The diverse composition of its gravel layer combined with its excellent natural drainage system make the Lafon-Rochet domain a truly exceptional terroir. With its vast estate of 40 hectares, the Château Lafon-Rochet is one of the great ambassadors of the Saint-Estèphe appellation. Ideally situated between the Lafite-Rothschild and Cos d’Estournel properties, it can proudly boast of its prime location in one of the world’s most prestigious winegrowing neighborhoods.

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Leacocks

Leacocks first landed on the lush green sub tropical Atlantic island of Madeiria in 1711 and were later to establish them selves as one of the leading families in the Madeiria wine trade. Among the most distinguished of family was Thomas Slapp Leacock whose tenacity in identify and treating the phylloxera wine disease at its Saint John vineyard saved the islands traditional grape variety. He was one of the first to realize that American rootstocks were resistant to the disease and he was later to bequeath his outstanding research to Cambridge University.

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Leacocks

Leacocks first landed on the lush green sub-tropical Atlantic island of Maderia in 1711 and were later establish them selves as one of the leading families in the Maderia wine trade. Amongst the most distinguished of families was Thomas Slapp Leacock whose tenacity in identifying and treating phylloxera vine disease at his Saint John vineyard saved the islands traditional grape varieties. He was one of the first to realize that American root stocks were resistant to the disease and he was later to bequeath his outstanding research to Cambridge University.

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Leonildo Pieropan

The Company was founded by Dr. Leonildo Pieropan in 1890. Whilst his two sons, Fausto and Gustavo took on the company and ran it with the same passion, it was the youthful enthusiasm of his grandson Leonildo that revolutionised it. The company is now run by Leonildo & Teresita. The principles for their wine growing are their understanding for their land, their love of local culture and the longstanding family history of grapegrowing and winemaking. Nino’s vineyard husbandry is also innovative for the region and includes spur pruning, crop thinning and the use of organic fertilizers. In addition, he studies and helps preserve endangered varieties of grape and continues to work for recognition for the Garganega grape. Pieropan’s winery exemplifies the culture of quality intrinsic to his winemaking: the drying chambers for the grapes designed for Recioto and even the winery itself, the fruit of generations of research. Pullici, the lovingly restored building dating back to 1460, is an example of the family’s love for their history and counts amongst its visitors the writer and poet Ippolito Nievo, who spent his childhood there. Today Leonildo and Teresita have been joined by their sons Andrea and Dario, both graduated in eonology and viticulture. With their youth, enthusiasm and determination they promise interesting and inovative future development in the company.

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Les Costieres de Pomerols

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Les Grands Cru Blanc

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Luddite Vineyards

Luddite are sourced from organic, biodynamic and transitional vineyards. Fermented with native wild yeast and bottled without fining or filtration. The average size of any bottling is less than two hundred cases and sometimes as few as twenty-five.

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Marras Wines

Martin Lamprecht, a full-fledged wine making enthusiast, was born in Cape Town and remembers growing up in Dundee, KwaZulu-Natal in what he calls a “wine-minded family”. He kicked off his studies at Stellenbosch University for a degree in Mechanical Engineering, but soon realised that he would much rather prefer a course that will support his “wine drinking lifestyle”. After pouring his thoughts and a few glasses of wine - oenology seemed to be the only answer. Martin graduated at Elsenburg Agricultural Training Institute as the top male student in 2010 with a Cum Laude in B.Agric cellar technology. David Nieuwoudt of Cederberg Cellars mentored Martin with various techniques “from vineyard to bottle”. Being a quick learner, Martin rapidly became successful as a winemaker with his own personal touch. “Winemaking is my passion and my future. For me, mediocrity is not an option. I use every opportunity to develop my knowledge and abilities to ensure that I become the best winemaker I can be”. Appreciating various styles of winemaking, Martin decided that he needed a bit of French flair to broaden his knowledge and embarked on a journey to experience French winemaking at its best. “They taught me how to produce wine that correctly showcase the history of the vineyard and its people.” Martin’s French experience was particularly beneficial as it involved working with varietals (cultivars), which grow particularly well in the Swartland and Piekenierskl (continues) ...

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McGuigan Wines

Four generations of the McGuigan family have made wine their life. Some of Australia’s greatest brands have been shaped by the McGuigan spirit, and their 80-plus years of winemaking. From a standing start in 1992, McGuigan Wines now has the 2nd largest vineyard holdings in Australia. This capacity translates to more than 225,000 tonnes across the group. To process these quantities, five wineries run year round, each with very specific winemaking duties. These wineries are: Hunter Ridge (Hunter Valley NSW); Hermitage Road Winery (Hunter Valley, NSW); Yaldara (Barossa Valley, SA); Buronga (Sunraysia, NSW); and Loxton (Riverland, NSW). Chateau Yaldara Chateau Yaldara is a winery located near Lyndoch, South Australia in the historic Barossa Valley wine-growing region. It was founded by the Hermann Thumm in 1947 after he emigrated to Australia from Europe in 1946. The site chosen for the winery was on the banks of the North Para River at an old flour mill dating back to the 1870s. The winery was named `Yaldara` after the local aboriginal word meaning `sparkling`. After over 50 years ownership Hermann Thumm sold the winery in 1999 to McGuigan Wines, so that he could `enjoy an active retirement`. Owen Patrick McGuigan Born in 1869, Owen Patrick McGuigan was the first of the four McGuigan generations to enter the wine business. Born in the Hunter Valley N.S.W, he was a dairy farmer by trade, however his exposure to the new and developing region sparked an int (continues) ...

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Meinert Wines

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Merlin-Cherrier

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Miguel Torres

The Torres family surname has been linked with wine for more than three centuries, during which time they have worked vineyards in Penedès, a land with a millenarian tradition of wine. Commercial activity began in 1800, with a horse-drawn carriage used to transport wine in wooden barrels. When Jaime Torres Vendrell returned from Cuba the Torres family began its domestic and international expansion. Jaime Torres, after more than 10 years of hard work and saving, arrived at the idea of exporting his wines to countries such as Cuba, Argentina and Puerto Rico. In 1870, Jaime and Miguel Torres Vendrell formed the Torres & Company association, and work began on building the first winery in Vilafranca del Penedès. The wines gained prestige wherever the intrepid Catalan sea captains of Sitges and Vilanova transported them. Cartagena de Indias, Santiago de Cuba, Veracruz, Bremen, Hamburg and Saint Petersburg were some of these destinations. These wines won prizes in Vienna, Philadelphia and Paris. The dynamic spirit of the Torres family made them dedicate their efforts not just to making wine, and also to distilling brandies. Right from the beginning, distilling brandy played an important role and Juan Torres Casals became a great promoter of brandy in 1928. Torres`s world-wide expansion is due to one Miguel Torres Carbó. He never forgot his beginnings, when he would be seen carrying bottles of his wine in his arms and offering them to the best restaurants and mer (continues) ...

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Mont Destin Wine Farm

Winemakers in Stellenbosch, South Africa. Erny and Samantha Burgin have created this magnificent estate from scratch with a wedding chapel, luxury guest rooms and free roaming pets that include a miniature pot-belly pig!The wine is simply packed with exotic (white peaches, pineapple, litchis, melon) fruit.

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Morin-Langaran

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The history of W & J Graham’s spans three centuries and throughout that time this acclaimed Port producer has remained an independent family business. The story of Graham’s is the story of two families, both of Scottish origin – the Grahams and the Symingtons – whose commitment to the making of memorable wines has earned for Graham’s a reputation as a leader in the production of outstanding Vintage Ports. W & J Graham’s was founded in Oporto, Portugal’s second city, in 1820 by the two brothers William and John Graham. The Graham family already had extensive business interests not just in their native Scotland but also in India. The success of their affairs led to them being described by a contemporary historian, as being “among the merchant princes of Great Britain.? The brothers formed the partnership of W & J Graham & Co. with the aim of specialising in the production of the finest Port wines. They channeled their considerable resources and energy towards the pursuit of this goal. Through the 19th century, Graham’s went from strength to strength, attaining an unparalleled standing as a producer of fine Vintage Ports. In 1890 Graham’s became one of the first Port companies to invest in Upper Douro vineyards with the acquisition of the famous property; Quinta dos Malvedos. Using the extensive knowledge of the Douro Valley gained over the previous seventy years, the Grahams chose an ideal place to plant a vineyard; an excellent south-facing aspect, fine (continues) ...

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