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In the early 1980s, Oregonian Tom Huggins found himself intrigued by the notion of creating great regional wines in the Willamette Valley.

Tom’s dream was rooted in facts. Through his occupation as an agricultural insurance specialist, he knew what to look for in potential vineyard sites. Tom convinced a handful of close friends and family members to invest with him in purchasing a wheat field on Oak Grove Road NW, just a few miles west of Salem, on a site he felt was ideal for growing grapes.

These young Oregonians didn’t just bring their savings to the table. They prepared the site and planted the Pinot Noir and Chardonnay vines themselves. They learned to stake and train vines, and to harvest, sort and crush the grapes that became the winery’s first wines in 1986. It was hard work, it was fun, and the wine was terrific.

Eola Hills Wine Cellars

Flora Springs was founded in 1978, but our legacy dates back to the late 1800s when wine grapes were first planted on the Napa Valley property that is now our estate home. The depth of this history reminds us that as stewards of this land, our family’s commitment to its health and vitality will be felt far into the future.

Flora Springs

Azur is a milestone in the history of Chilean sparkling wine, establishing a new level of quality among domestically produced sparkling wine.
Founding partners Rafael Guillisasti, Stefano Rossi and Fabio Mascialino conceived this project inspired by the classical Champagne houses in France, and found the technical support in Franco Ziliani, owner of Berlucchi, the acclaimed Italian sparkling wine brand.
In its second stage, the development of the project was entrusted to three young people, who have execute the venture with enthusiasm and creativeness. They are: Sofia Guillisasti, in charge of marketing and image, Francisco Molina, sales Manager, and the Italian winemaker Carlo Franchini.
That´s how the first Traditional Method Sparkling Wine House in Chile was born, exclusively dedicated to the production of high quality sparkling wines.

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Fourth generation of a historic family of winemakers, just finished their studies in enology Flavio Prà begins, already in the family business, a process of deepening in viticulture and quality wine making. This path coincides and evolves with his experience as an oenologist at important wineries in Veneto and in Italy. Flavio since his youth makes his family passion, characterized by respect for the vineyard and the territory in which it is grown.


Riposte is an entirely family owned and run boutique winery. Tim, Dale and Nick form a close-knit team that is guided by the winemaking philosophy to be ‘hands on’ at every stage from vineyard to bottle. Each vineyard site is carefully selected for quality and its suitability for producing varietal character. Tim and son Nick work closely with the growers at every stage, ensuring grapes are picked at the optimum stage of ripeness, vibrancy and freshness.

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The June 2006 wedding of Carolin and Jürgen Hofmann married not only two individuals, but their respective parents’ wine estates, and most importantly the very different wine cultures of the Saar and Rhinehessen as well. Their shared philosophical approach to producing world-class wines has resulted in a one-of-a-kind bridge: two winegrowing regions, one location.

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Rodolfo Spielmann, born and raised in Argentina, founded and own Spielmann Winery following a dream to produce premium red wines in my home country. I developed this venture having lived and worked more than 25 years abroad in Europe, USA and South America. Having learned to appreciate and collect wines of the premier wine regions in Europe and the USA, I decided to produce my own single vineyard wines in Mendoza.
In 2009 I discovered and acquired the 30 hectare vineyard with its core of 1910 planted Malbec vines, and immediately focused its management to produce premium grapes. We had the first harvest in 2010, the year of the centenary of the Malbec vines. From that time on up to the present, both winemaker Pepe Galante and myself have kept the focus on ultra premium wines and slightly increased the wine portfolio to four wines.
Spielmann Estates is my dream to produce unique red wines that reflect the full potential of the terroir and the old vines.

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The Domaine Chamfort is run by the energetic and irrepressible young vigneron, Vasco Perdigao.  While Vasco is of Portuguese origin, he has fully integrated himself into the life of a vigneron in the southern Rhône as proprietor of the 16.5 hectare Domaine Chamfort in Sablet, at the northern edge of the Gigondas appellation. Here he produces limited amounts of Côtes du Rhône, Sablet, Séguret, Rasteau and his main wine, Vacqueyras. The combination of old vines, low yields and excellent southeast exposure results in full-bodied wines of great warmth and generous character, yet still very approachable in the traditional style of southern Rhône wines.

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When Frenchman François-Eugène Brun laid the foundation stone of Domaine des Tourelles in Chtaura back in 1868, he couldn’t have known that he had just begun to write the story of a marvellous Lebanese wine. Honouring this great heritage of artisan know-how and quality, Domaine des Tourelles produces today the best of wine, arak (its famous label “Arak Brun”) and liqueur. The prestigious Property is classified among the finest boutique wineries of the Middle-East, described in the Financial Times as “the most seductive winery” in Lebanon. Domaine des Tourelles’ bottles have ever then conquered admirers all around the world with more than 10 countries proposing its labels.Discovering Domaine des Tourelles is a must to enter the charming world of Lebanese wines.

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VEDRENNE has been making its liqueurs since 1923 in Nuits-Saint-Georges, in the heart of Burgundy in the middle of the Burgundian orchards.

The company initially won recognition with the outstanding quality of its Crèmes de Cassis & Fruits Liqueurs.

Today its expertise, associated with modern processing techniques, is revealed in the excellence of Védrenne Products.
The Vedrenne range is rich in variety with both classic and original flavours


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Magnificent range of topography, soils, climate and cultures that enables nature to perform at her best.

Hawke’s Bay is the largest production region for red wine varieties in New Zealand and the second largest in terms of total grape tonnage. The benign climate and high sunshine have long-established the region as ideal for fruit-growing. Vines were first planted in 1851 by Marist missionaries and Hawke’s Bay enjoys a significant international reputation for producing some of the country’s best wines, red and white.

With its lengthy history and verdant, productive landscape, Hawke’s Bay is home to an outstanding wine tourism culture and offers a wide variety of cellar door experiences as well as regular food and wine festivals.

We are proud to bring you Ka Tahi – “The One”.

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Skene Scotch Whisky are an innovative whisky house and progressive independent bottler of Scotch whisky. We source whisky from all over Scotland and bottle it under our core brands: Cask Classics, Skene Reserve and Black Tartan.

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Rémi and Laurent Vandôme have been offering quality wines for your pleasure since 2002.

An estate in the heart of the Sommières vineyards
The cellar of the Trépaloup estate, an old building in the center of the village of St. Clement en Languedoc in the Gard, is located on the hills 7 kilometres north of Sommières, in the heart of the Sommières vineyards, the latest of the Languedoc AOP wines.

Skene Scotch Whisky are an innovative whisky house and progressive independent bottler of Scotch whisky. We source whisky from all over Scotland and bottle it under our core brands: Cask Classics, Skene Reserve and Black Tartan.

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Our goal is for our wines to reflect the place that they come from, because this is where the pleasure is. When you smell a wine, you should to be transported to its origins and see the landscape. It should relate it to good memories, and provide a strong feeling of identity. This is why we try to listen, be soft and transparent in our winemaking.

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Three histories, three structures merged into one to get stronger and resist crisis.Cooperative movement that emerged in the 1900s managed to introduce the values of humanity and solidarity into our region located in the very heart of Entre-deux-Mers.

In 1933, a group of winegrowers built in Rauzan a shared winery which will become 70 years later the first French Cooperative winery to produce AOC wines.

In 1936, winegrowers from the neighboring communities of Romagne district united and founded the Grangeneuve Cooperative winery. And in 1937, The Cooperative winery of Nerigean was born.

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Exceptional wine from an extraordinary corner of Patagonia

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I have been making wine since 1982. The first ten years felt like the decade of trying to find which end was up. The second ten years was the decade of trying to figure out which road to take.

After that I started to feel pretty good about my craft and the fact that this is who I am and what I do.

My only reservation in the third decade was that I constantly had these dreams about how mesmerizing the wines could be, only to have them come up a little bit short in reality. While I believe I made very good wines throughout this period, there was still this thing that the craftsman in me was chasing. Now, as I enter my fourth decade of winemaking, the most exciting thing is that the gap is narrowing. I feel as though my current wines are getting oh so close to what previously could have only been a figment of my imagination. Will I ever get it perfect? I almost hope not. But I do like the idea of pulling corks on wines that are like a dream come true. That’s when I will look at the words Optimum Quod Possum and really feel like everything is complete.


Our family-run business has its headquarters at Campascio, in Valposchiavo (Switzerland). Our vineyards and cellars are located in Italy: La Gatta in Valtellina, La Madonnina in the Chianti Classico appellation and Santavenere in Montepulciano.

We have been in the wine business since 1897, selling our Italian wines mainly in the Swiss market but also in Italy and neighbouring countries. Our best wines regularly achieve the maximum score in the most renowned wine guides.

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Markus Schneider is something of a revolutionary of German viticulture. He has shown in an impressive way that good wine and good marketing do not have to be mutually exclusive. Why? With the largely renouncement of name and his fancy naming as well as with his original labels, he has ordered the German label culture a fresh cell treatment, which has set standards and wine for other target groups. And anyone who fills quality – like him – in the bottle, may say that quietly.

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Le Domaine de l’Idylle nestles in the age of the valley of the Combe de Savoie, deep in french Alps. The Tiollier family has been working this terroir to produce a range of subtle fine Savoy wines since 1840. Respecting nature and tradition are the key values of our family run vineyard.

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Clark Estate showcase the best of Marlborough wines with an emphasis on the Upper Awatere Valley.  The portfolio includes Sauvignon Blanc, Pinot Gris and Riesling from the home block in the Awatere Valley and Pinot Noir grapes sourced from high in the Wairau Valley for the Pinot Noir and Rose wines.

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We cultivate our vine rationally in order to produce healthy grapes, to guarantee the quality of the vines, to preserve the ecosystem of the vineyard and to respect the health of our consumers…


The wines of Chablis are harvested from Chardonnay. It is the unique grape-variety that gives the right to the appellation. All over the world, it is recognized as the best grape-variety of white wine.Transplanted in the nursery on a rootstock (which is resistant to the phylloxera and composition of soil…), the young grafted vine has to wait one year before being put in earth (Density = 6000 pieds/has).After three years, the grafted vine is productive and has right to its appellation…except for the Grands Crus, which must wait four years! The average age of a grafted vine is about 25 years old.

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This style of wine is the fruit of a passion, a family heritage and a state of mind. In the space of a generation, this 45-hectare domaine has become one of Alsace’s most important organically farmed vineyards.
This success has come about through the production of wines that are generous, full of fruit, environmentally-friendly and accessible to all.

The richness of its soils (Grands Crus, Lieux-dits, Clos du Meyerhof,…) reveals itself wonderfully in its wines.

Come and discover them !

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Rob Dolan has been making wine in the Yarra Valley for over 20 years. He has an outstanding winemaking record and has played a pivotal role in the evolution of the Yarra Valley.

Rob’s first experience in the Yarra Valley was as senior Winemaker at Yarra Ridge Winery, one of the success stories of the 90’s and the benchmark Chardonnay and Pinot Noir of its time. During this time Rob managed the entire Victorian Winemaking operation for Mildara Blass (Fosters).

Rob went on to build two more contract winemaking ventures and in doing so launched two highly successful Yarra Valley brands – Sticks and Punt Road. (“Sticks” being Rob’s nickname as a premiership ruckman with Port Adelaide Football Club… don’t hold that against him!)

In 2011 Rob purchased the former Hardy’s Yarra Burn winery and launched the Rob Dolan range of wines.

Rob is a well known Yarra Valley identity (he’s hard to miss) and arguably one of the most experienced Winemaker in the region.

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More than 50 years ago, Manuel Vázquez, “Manolo Arnoya”, carried on his wine-selling business from a small cellar. As is so often the case with major business projects, Bodegas Gallegas began with humble origins and boundless enthusiasm, business vision and hard work. That’s how it all started. We have grown but we have never forgotten the essence of a project that is enriched by tradition and the family nature of the business; we cannot forget the humble winery in Arnoia, its simple barrels and the trips the businessman himself made in an old banger to sell the product. All that experience has made us what we are today.

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TESCH has shown that you can very successfully break new ground with an old winery. The offer is small, tight and clear. All TESCH wines are distinctive and dry. Only three different grape varieties are grown: Riesling, Spät- und Weissburgunder. All bottles are equipped with practical screw caps. And the design has caused a sensation. Environmentally friendly viticulture, elaborate care of the vineyards and harvesting of the grapes for the winery wines by hand are a matter of course for TESCH.

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Despite the demands arising from the new trends in the field, and the different scenarios that have had to face, the Pedregal have successfully overcome the challenge of maintaining and even improving the management of the family business.

The Loncomilla Valley, where our vines thrive, is located in the VII Region of Maule, a sector that is among the most renowned for its ancient history in the wine trade. It is a tranverse valley, orientated from east to west, from the Andes mountain range to the Pacific ocean. It is here where our beautiful land is located, and where the highest-quality wines are born.

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In 2008, after years spent caring for the family property, I took the decision to manage the vinification at the domain myself. This desire was born out of a love of my lands and the quality of the fruit it bears, which I wished to honour from the vineyards through to the wines. Beyond having a passion which has become a profession and beyond the pleasure of tasting the fruits of my labours in a wine glass, I also want to conserve a family domain and the flavours of the countryside where I have my roots.

I didn’t wait for the emergence of the organic trend to feel the need to celebrate the perfumes of my land while respecting its rhythm, careful to conserve the environment for future generations. In fact, my activity naturally tends towards sustainable farming, respecting fauna, flora, seasons and soils. It is only by doing this – adopting healthy, respectful methods – that the characteristics of my wine will reflect my background and fully express that which I wish to share: a love for my profession, for the land, and for the gentle, generous and delicate qualities of Pic Saint Loup.

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According to folklore, wolves gathered on the foothills of the Pyrenees in the south of France to survey the countryside and pick up the scent for the hunt. Our vineyards now flourish on one of these ancient gathering sites for wolves – La Louvière.

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