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Amelia Park Wines

Amelia Park Wines

Amelia Park Wines

Amelia Park is a boutique producer located in the Margaret River wine region of Western Australia. We focus on producing fine wines of exceptional quality, combining leading edge techniques with traditional winemaking values and practices. Our winemaker, Jeremy Gordon believes that his success lies in a hands-on approach to every step of the process, attention to detail and an unquenchable passion for making consistently outstanding wines. This philosophy has seen Jeremy receive numerous awards throughout his career including Australia's most coveted award, the Jimmy Watson Memorial Trophy.

Since launching in 2009, Amelia Park have been quick to make their mark, winning trophies at the most prestigious wine shows both domestically and internationally, as well as being awarded 5 Red Stars in the 2016 edition of James Halliday's Wine Companion. This award confirms Amelia Park on the list of the Best Wineries in the Margaret River region and in the top 5% of wineries in Australia.

 
Region: Margaret River, Western Australia
Winemaker: Jeremy Gordon
Availability: All states
 
 

Deakin Estate

Deakin Estate

Deakin Estate

Deakin Estate’s vineyard and winery is located near Mildura in North West Victoria. Long summers and gentle winters provide the ideal environment for producing rich, ripe fruit. The team at Deakin Estate are focused on producing expressive wines of the highest quality, brimming with flavour and varietal character, and using only the best fruit from the Estate. Deakin Estate wines are available across Australia and currently exported to over 30 countries around the globe.

 
Region: Murray Darling, Victoria
Winemaker: Frank Newman
Availability: All states
 
 

Bennetts Lane

Bennetts Lane

Bennetts Lane

Bennett's Lane is an exciting sparkling wine from South Eastern Australia. A youthful, fresh fusion of chardonnay and pinot noir, it is ideal for any occasion.

 
Region: South Eastern Australia
Availability: All states
 
red+white
 

Cake Wines

Cake Wines

Cake Wines

We like to think we have a unique approach to wine. It's built around the idea of demystifying the often over-complicated approach that traditional wine brands take.

We're developing premium quality products, delivered at an attainable price point and presented in a way that makes them accessible to a new generation of wine drinkers.

Cake lives within the context of creative culture (music, art, design, film, photography, ideas), a culture that is integral to drinking and enjoying good wine.

 
Region: Adelaide Hills & McLaren Vale, South Australia
Winemaker: Sarah Burvill
Availability: All states
 
 

Campbells

Campbells

Campbells

The Campbell's are a fifth generation winemaking family dedicated to continuing a tradition begun in 1870, of producing premium quality wines that reflect the distinctive characteristics of the Rutherglen region. Drawing on their intimate knowledge of the region the Campbell's can ensure that they grow grapes of the highest quality. The result is traditional styles of wines with finesse and a subtle use of oak complementing the full fruit flavours.

Colin Campbell is the winemaker at his family's estate. Colin completed his diploma of Oenology at Roseworthy Agricultural College in South Australia. On his return to Rutherglen he brought with him new skills and oversaw the rapid expansion of the fermentation cellar to pioneer a new era for wine in the Rutherglen district.

 
Region: Rutherglen, Victoria
Winemaker: Colin Campbell
Availability: All states
 
 

Catalina Sounds

Catalina Sounds

Catalina Sounds

New Zealand's Catalina water planes (known as flying boats) played a vital role across the South Pacific during and after World War II.

Catalina Sounds pays homage to this plane and the beauty of the Marlborough Sounds where it served and made its home.

Peter Jackson's aspiration at Catalina Sounds is to continue producing excellent quality wines of beautiful fruit expression, interest, finesse and balance. Striving to create wines of great honesty and integrity that are true to their site, while attempting to incorporate complexity and longevity into the wines.

 
Region: Marlborough, New Zealand
Winemaker: Peter Jackson
Availability: All states
 
 

Crowded House

Crowded House

Crowded House

In the crowded world of wine, New Zealand is paradise for Sauvignon Blanc and Pinot Noir. New Zealand's best wine growing regions form the foundations of Crowded House.

These unique and diverse wine regions of New Zealand offer constant challenge in both the viticultural and winemaking aspects of wine production, giving us the opportunity to be creative. The result is Crowded House - it's all about taking a fresh new look at classic New Zealand wines.

In the Crowded world of wine, New Zealand is paradise for Sauvignon Blanc and Pinot Noir. New Zealand's best wine growing regions form the foundations of Crowded House.

New Zealand's unique and diverse wine regions offer constant challenge in both the viticultural and winemaking aspects of wine production, which provides me the opportunity to be creative. As such there is an urgency to winemaking. You only get so many chances and the seasons offer unique potential to make a truly great or interesting wine. I am not afraid to do things differently to others and I like to experiment. The result is Crowded House - it's all about taking a fresh new look at classic New Zealand wines.

 
Region: Marlborough, New Zealand
Winemaker: Peter Jackson
Availability: All states
 
 

Curlewis

Curlewis

Curlewis

Named after Septimus Lord Curlewis, its first settler in 1840, Curlewis is a small wine growing district on the Bellarine Peninsula near Geelong, one hour's drive south-west of Melbourne, Australia.

At Curlewis we endeavour to create highly concentrated, complex, food friendly wines. We try to learn from the thousand years of European experience with wine and food as a combination, not in isolation as is all too common in the New World.

We absorb the wine-making styles of Burgundy and Rhone in particular, but set out to take advantage of our more consistent climate and some of the better new techniques to create wines of greater concentration and flavour ripeness yet still with the full length of palate that goes with ultra premium wines the world over.

 
Region: Bellarine Peninsula, Victoria
Winemaker: Rainer Breit & Stefano Marasco
Availability: NSW, QLD, VIC & WA
 
 

Dal Zotto Wines

Dal Zotto Wines

Dal Zotto Wines

Each Dal Zotto wine is the blend of three elements - family, tradition and innovation - with one overarching philosophy - your origins are just as important as your future.

The Dal Zotto philosophy begins with what is closest to our hearts - family. From rural life in Italy, to settling in the King Valley, to pioneering Italian grape varieties, the journey has been a shared one. Along the way, from the good times at the table to our appetite for discovery in the vineyard and winery, it is "La Famiglia" that has brought it all together.

We invite you to join us on this journey, pull up a chair at the family table, savour both the tradition and innovation in our wines and share our stories.

 
Region: King Valley, Victoria
Winemaker: Michael Dal Zotto
Availability: All states
 
 

Dog Point

Dog Point

Dog Point

The name Dog Point dates from the earliest European settlement of Marlborough and the introduction of sheep to the district. Shepherds' dogs sometimes became lost or wandered off and eventually bred into a marauding pack which attacked local flocks. Their home was a tussock and scrub covered hill, overlooking the Wairau Plains, designated by the early settlers as Dog Point.

Dog Point Vineyard combines the considerable wine-growing experience of Ivan and Margaret Sutherland and, James and Wendy Healy. Total involvement by the partners from the vineyard to the winemaking process through to the marketing of their regionally distinctive wines, ensures that Dog Point Vineyards remains a boutique and family oriented business producing wines with a clear point of difference.

 
Region: Marlborough, New Zealand
Winemaker: James Healy & Ivan Sutherland
Availability: All states
 
 

Edwards Vineyard

Edwards Vineyard

Edwards Vineyard

Established in 1993, Edwards Wines is a family owned and operated winery run by brothers Mike and Christo Edwards, who are winemaker and viticulturalist respectively. Their 25 hectare vineyard is located in the heart of the Margaret River Wine region and consists of Semillon, Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay, Shiraz , Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon. Elegant wines of intense colour and flavour are consistently produced through an attentive and hands-on approach in the vineyard, coupled with experience and attention to detail in the winery. Edwards is also experimenting with organic practices in the vineyard.

 
Region: Margaret River, Western Australia
Winemaker: Mike Edwards
Availability: All states
 
 

Endless Wine

Endless Wine

Endless Wine

Endless Wine is a homage to Victoria and all of its glorious wine regions. With such a playground to draw from, Endless has undertaken the challenge to produce sublime regional wines that consistently over-deliver in quality for a fantastically palatable price. Endless is an insurance policy for the pursuit of value, enjoyment, and satisfaction.

Exclusively on-premise, Endless produces four superbly handcrafted wines that best reflect Victoria, using traditional techniques with minimal intervention, and maximum joy.

 
Region: King Valley, Heathcote, Central Victoria & Yarra Valley, Victoria
Winemaker: Travis Clydesdale
Availability: All states, on-premise only
 
red+white
 

Escarpment

Escarpment

Escarpment

The Escarpment Vineyard, Martinborough, New Zealand promises some of the very best of tomorrow's definitive New World Pinot Noir, Pinot Gris and Chardonnay.

With respected winemaker Larry McKenna applying his distinctive skill to what he does best - making premium wine - the result is some of NZ's most layered, flavoursome and complex wines.

When it comes to its flagship wine, the Pinot Noir, Escarpment promises rewarding adventure into exciting new territory - as is the NZ approach to this renowned varietal.

 
Region: Martinborough, New Zealand
Winemaker: Larry McKenna
Availability: All states
 
 

The Edge

The Edge

The Edge

The brainchild of acclaimed Martinborough winemaker Larry McKenna, The Edge is a regional vineyard project aimed at producing distinctive varietal wines that offer very high quality for everyday consumption. The philosophy is built around finding the best wine styles from the region best suited to growing those wine varietals.

Wines currently made under the Edge label are Martinborough Pinot Gris & Pinot Noir label and a Viognier from Gisborne's warmer, maritime climate. Home base for the The Edge wines is the Escarpment Vineyard in Te Muna Road, Martinborough, established in 1999 as a joint business venture between Robert & Mem Kirby (of Australia's Village Roadshow) and Larry & Sue McKenna.

 
Region: Martinborough, New Zealand
Winemaker: Larry McKenna
Availability: All states
 
 

First Creek Wines

First Creek Wines

First Creek Wines

First Creek Wines is a family owned and operated winery based in the Hunter Valley NSW, Australia’s oldest wine producing region. Our talented and highly acclaimed team of winemakers have been crafting wines of exceptional regional quality since 1996. Greg Silkman - CEO and Winemaker, Liz Silkman - Chief Winemaker, Shaun Silkman - Chief Operating Officer and their team consistently make wines that highlight the great diversity of styles from the Hunter Valley, as well as examples from other wine regions. First Creek’s emphasis on careful fruit selection and a rigorous attention to detail throughout the winemaking process has produced a range of wines that appeals to both critics and consumers alike. LIZ SILKMAN - 2016 and 2011 HUNTER VALLEY WINEMAKER OF THE YEAR.

 
Region: Hunter Valley, New South Wales
Winemaker: Liz Silkman & Greg Silkman
Availability: NSW, QLD
 
red+white
 

Felton Road

Felton Road

Felton Road

Felton Road Wines Ltd, in Bannockburn, Central Otago, New Zealand, has planted some of the world's southernmost vineyards. The expression, growing on the edge, has real meaning in Central Otago, with the lowest rainfall and lowest temperatures of any agricultural region in New Zealand.

Felton Road ardently adheres to the philosophy that wine quality is determined in the vineyard. Every possible step is taken to ensure that grapes of outstanding quality are delivered to the winery.

From their first vintage in 1997, Felton Road wines flew straight to the top of everyone's score sheet, with praise such as Stunning Debut, Best New Winery, and Pinot Noir of the Year. Winemaker, Blair Walter attributes the high quality to the Central Otago distinct soil and climate, the north-facing hillside vineyard, and meticulous care of the vines, not mentioning his skill and wide experience as winemaker. In 2000, Nigel Greening purchased Felton Road having already established a firm interest in Central Otago Pinot Noir with his own Cornish Point Vineyard.

 
Region: Central Otago, New Zealand
Winemaker: Blair Walter
Availability: All states
 
red+white
 

Fire Gully

Fire Gully

Fire Gully

Our small boutique property is located in the heart of Margaret River's renowned Willyabrup sub-region; exceptional grape-growing country that today is home to some of the finest wines in Australia.

Situated in Western Australia's deep southwest at latitude 34°south, Willyabrup boasts a pristine, virtually pollution-free environment and gentle Mediterranean-maritime climate, making the region ideal for the production of fine wines.

Fire Gully is in the vanguard of premier wineries in the region and consistently produces vibrant, fruit-driven wines of great elegance and style. A family run vineyard with a focus on quality and value, our range is enjoyed throughout Australia and overseas, and offers quintessentially Margaret River red and white styles.

Dr Michael Peterkin of Pierro purchased the nearby Fire Gully property in 1998 and now manages the vineyard, which is also one of the most beautiful and unique properties on the Cape.

 
Region: Margaret River, Western Australia
Winemaker: Mike Peterkin
Availability: QLD
 
 

Foster e Rocco

Foster e Rocco

Foster e Rocco

Foster e Rocco is the collaboration of two friends Adam Foster & Lincoln Riley who have undertaken a project to make wines that they want to drink; approachable, accessible and above all food friendly. Having spent many years working in restaurants as sommeliers, both individuals understand the role food and wine plays in uniting people through engaging their senses.

A desire to create wines that are appealing yet interesting to the modern Australian food and wine lover, and a mutual respect for the versatility of both the Sangiovese grape and Rosé style, helped shape the Foster e Rocco project to produce a selection of hand crafted wines.

 
Region: Heathcote, Victoria
Winemaker: Adam Foster & Lincoln Riley
Availability: NSW, QLD, SA + VIC
 
red+white
 

Giant Steps Winery

Giant Steps Winery

Giant Steps Winery

Yarra Valley based vigneron, Phil Sexton lives with his family in the middle of their 32 hectare vineyard established on the high north face of the Warramate Ranges in the dress circle of the Yarra Valley.

Specialising in Chardonnay and Pinot Noir, Giant Steps explore site, micro climatic and clonal differences between several specialized vineyards in the Yarra Valley including their own multi-clonal vineyard and the highly regarded Tarraford vineyard. Focused intently upon reflecting the individual and unique characteristics of each single vineyard, Giant Steps adopts a minimalist approach to winemaking including, whenever possible, vinification using indigenous yeasts and gravity flow transfers.

Wine & Spirits Magazine Top 100 Winery of the Year 2013, 2014 and 2015

James Halliday Australian Wine Companion 5-Star Winery

18 Trophies and 48 Gold Medals at Major Wine Shows from 2006 - 2015

 
Region: Yarra Valley, Victoria
Winemaker: Steve Flamsteed & Julian Grounds
Availability: All states
 
red+white
 

Giant Steps Yarra Valley Winery

Giant Steps Winery Yarra Valley

Giant Steps Winery Yarra Valley

Yarra Valley based vigneron, Phil Sexton lives with his family in the middle of their 32 hectare vineyard established on the high north face of the Warramate Ranges in the dress circle of the Yarra Valley.

Specialising in Chardonnay and Pinot Noir, Giant Steps explore site, micro climatic and clonal differences between several specialized vineyards in the Yarra Valley including their own multi-clonal vineyard and the highly regarded Tarraford vineyard. Focused intently upon reflecting the individual and unique characteristics of each single vineyard, Giant Steps adopts a minimalist approach to winemaking including, whenever possible, vinification using indigenous yeasts and gravity flow transfers.

Wine & Spirits Magazine Top 100 Winery of the Year 2013, 2014 and 2015

James Halliday Australian Wine Companion 5-Star Winery

18 Trophies and 48 Gold Medals at Major Wine Shows from 2006 - 2015

 
Region: Yarra Valley, Victoria
Winemaker: Steve Flamsteed & Julian Grounds
Availability: All states
 
red+white
 

Heathcote Estate

Heathcote Estate

Heathcote Estate

The Heathcote region has had a rich and prosperous place in the history of Australia. During the 1850’s, Heathcote was the scene of fevered activity as an important gold field town and today Heathcote is best known for producing another rich and prized gem - Heathcote Shiraz.

Heathcote Estate was planted in 1999 on the ancient Cambrian soils that define the heart of the region. The 500-million-year-old soils are integral to the distinctive characters in these special wines.

The Kirby family established Heathcote Estate with the sole objective to make one wine - a single vineyard shiraz. And over the past decade, the label has forged a reputation for wines of exceptional character and longevity. Led by winemaker Tom Carson, the philosophy is to craft wines that speak of the distinct characteristics of Heathcote and more particularly, this unique site.

Heathcote Estate was established exclusively for the production of one wine a single vineyard Shiraz.

 
Region: Heathcote, Victoria
Winemaker: Tom Carson
Availability: All states
 
 

Hickinbotham Clarendon Vineyard

Hickinbotham Clarendon Vineyard

Hickinbotham Clarendon Vineyard

Hickinbotham (Clarendon Vineyard) is a new ultra-premium, small batch range produced by Jackson Family Wines (who also own Yangarra). The historic Clarendon vineyard was planted by Alan Hickinbotham in 1971, and quickly established itself as truly unique site, going on to become the source of premium fruit for many illustrious brands over the years, including Clarendon Australis (ongoing), Penfolds Grange and Eileen Hardy.

 
Region: McLaren Vale, South Australia
Winemaker: Chris Carpenter & Charlie Seppelt
Availability: All states
 
 

Kreglinger

Kreglinger

Kreglinger

Kreglinger Wine Estates Australia produces a range of world class cool climate wines from its own wineries located on estate vineyards at Mount Benson on the Limestone Coast of South Australia and Pipers Brook in Tasmania. Over two hundred years of European heritage is combined with meticulous viticultural and winemaking practice to create one of the world's premier sparkling wines.

The dramatic vineyard slopes of the Pipers Brook region, cooled by gentle ocean breezes provide an ideal climate for ultra premium sparkling wine production. The deep, free draining volcanic soils, characteristic of the region, are critical to the vine prosperity and are largely responsible for the wines' intensity. Whilst a slow and mild ripening period enables the grapes to develop a full spectrum of flavours, resulting in sparkling wines with rare richness and concentration.

 
Region: Pipers Brook, Tasmania
Winemaker: Jim Chatto
Availability: NSW, QLD, SA, VIC + WA
 
 

L.A.S Vino

L.A.S Vino

L.A.S Vino

The aim is to make absolutely delicious, hand crafted wines that are slightly alternative in the way they are made or with the fruit that is used. Our mantra is minimal intervention and where possible we aim to work with growers using sustainable vineyard methods. There are approximately 200 dozen of each wine made. We hope you enjoy the wines as much as we enjoyed making them.

 
Region: Margaret River, Western Australia
Availability: QLD
 
 

La La Land

La La Land

La La Land

La La Land is an eclectic collection of distinctive wines for the new generation. La La Land adds a breath of fresh air to the sometimes stuffy world of wine and offers a sense of escapism - in a striking, entertaining and unpretentious manner. Crafted from innovative varietals, stylistically La La Land wines are flavoursome and generous, made with creative flair and a touch of funk.

 
Region: Victoria
Winemaker: Frank Newman
Availability: All states
 
 

La Linea

La Linea

La Linea

La Linea hatched in Peter Leske's head in late 2006, soon after leaving Nepenthe. He had been Winemaker at the super-premium Adelaide Hills company since its foundation just over a decade earlier. Contemplating his next step, he found the aroma and taste of a dry, fine rosé made from Tempranillo grapes turning over and over in his mind. Imagining aromas and flavours that don't exist can be frustrating - but it's the winemaking equivalent of a melody forming in a songwriter's brain; a melody which won't go away until it's played.

Leske needed to play.

While interest in (and plantings of) Tempranillo are growing rapidly in Australia, it's still regarded here as a 'minor' or 'emerging' or 'non-mainstream' variety (depending on your preference for jargon!). Not so in its home in Spain. The Spanish grow it widely, and much like we do with Shiraz in this country, make it into a diverse range of styles, from crisp rosés produced for summer drinking, to robust, long-living reds.

 
Region: Adelaide Hills, South Australia
Winemaker: Peter Leske
Availability: All states
 
red+white
 

Leeuwin Estate

Leeuwin Estate

Leeuwin Estate

Family owned, Leeuwin Estate, one of the five founding wineries of the now famous Margaret River district of Western Australia, is under the direction of two generations who work with a team of highly skilled winemakers to consistently produce wines ranking alongside the world's finest.

 
Region: Margaret River, Western Australia
Winemaker: Paul Atwood
Availability: QLD, SA + TAS
 
 

Mitchell

Mitchell

Mitchell

Jane and Andrew Mitchell established the winery in 1975 on the Mitchell family property in the western hills of the Clare Valley in South Australia. An old sandstone apple store was converted to serve as a rustic cellar door sales area. Continued growth has resulted in further development of the winery buildings and winemaking plant.

Currently some 500-700 tonnes of premium fruit is crushed and processed in a well equipped modern winery. The imposing two-storey century-old family home sits amid the vineyards, overlooking the winery.

Stuart Pigott's Top 20 Dry Rieslings

Andrew and Jane Mitchell's Watervale Rieslings are ideal for those who frequently find Australian dry Rieslings too one-sidedly acidic. In that context, these are wines for silk fetishists, but they still have great staying power in any context. Stewart, Tabori & Chang, New York, 2014

 
Region: Clare Valley, South Australia
Winemaker: Andrew Mitchell & Simon Pringle
Availability: All states
 
 

Mojo

Mojo

Mojo

South Australia's first vineyards were established in the 1830's. Enjoying a wide range of climates including the cool temperatures of the Adelaide Hills, to the hot summer weather of the Barossa Valley, South Australia is arguably Australia's most diverse wine producing state.

It is from these wonderfully diverse regions that winemaker Marty O'Flaherty selects the best varietals to produce Mojo wines. Marty's resounding philosophy is "wine should tell a story about the terroir in which it's grown, needing lots of love but minimal handling by allowing the growers to do what they do best."

 
Region: Regional South Australia
Winemaker: Marty O'Flaherty
Availability: All states
 
 

Nannup Ridge

Nannup Estate

Nannup Estate

The Nannup Estate vineyards are located high on the escarpment overlooking the renowned rolling hills of Nannup, across the coastal plains and towards the Indian Ocean. A pristine environment, reliable temperate climate and ancient granite soils combine to provide "terroir" ideal for the production of high quality fruit with distinct varietal characters.

 
Region: Western Australia
Winemaker: Michael Ng
Availability: WA
 
red+white
 

Ninth Island

Ninth Island

Ninth Island

Ninth Island wines are produced by Kreglinger Wine Estates at their Pipers Brook winery in Northern Tasmania. The estate grown and produced wines are made from fruit sourced from Estate owned vineyards in the Pipers Brook and Tamar Valley regions of Tasmania.

The aim of the label is to highlight Tasmanian regional flavours in wines that drink well when young and in some cases will age gracefully. The Ninth Island label produces fresh, early drinking varietal wines which capture the cool climate flavours of Tasmania.

The wine is named after a small island in Bass Strait opposite the Pipers River Vineyard's. The small island covering around 32 hectares is a wildlife refuge for penguins and the occasional seal and of course there are no vineyards there.

 
Region: Tamar Valley, Tasmania
Winemaker: Rene Bezemer
Availability: NSW, QLD, SA, VIC & WA
 
 

Norfolk Rise

Norfolk Rise

Norfolk Rise

Situated in the heart of Mount Benson on Limestone Coast Road, our Norfolk Rise Vineyard is planted on 180 hectares of undulating coastal hills. Within 5kms of the ocean at 37 degrees south of the equator and subject to approximately 660mm of rain per annum, our seven planted varieties are significantly influenced by the cooling sea breezes of the Southern Ocean and it’s associated climate.

Completely surrounding our winemaking facility, our vineyards have been uncompromisingly planted to specifically suit each individual variety. Planted on our highest ridge, and dissecting the Vineyard, the defining visual impact of our Estate is 100 Norfolk Island Pines planted along a 500-metre ridge. Native to Australia, the Norfolk Island Pine (Araucaria heterophylla) grows to over 200 feet in height providing an impressive and dominating influence over the surrounding landscape.

 
Region: Mount Benson, South Australia
Winemaker: Daniel Berrigan
Availability: NSW, QLD, SA, VIC + WA
 
 

Oliver's Taranga

Oliver

Oliver's Taranga

In 1839 William and Elizabeth Oliver travelled to South Australia from Scotland and eventually settled in 1841 on land at McLaren Vale. Whitehill and Taranga farms, the names given to the northern and southern sections of this land, are located 2 km north of McLaren Vale overlooking the township. Taranga is a corruption of the aboriginal word Tarangk, meaning ‘the middle' which was used by the Kaurna, a local aboriginal tribe. Sheep and cattle were raised and orchards and vineyards were planted immediately upon arrival and the family prospered.

Both properties are still run by fifth generation descendants of William and Elizabeth, with the Whitehill property utilized for cropping and grazing sheep and cattle and boasting a rejuvenated stone ‘Chaff Shed' which is used as a function centre and Taranga, which consists of 100 hectares of land, being planted to many different varieties of red and white wine grapes.

 
Region: McLaren Vale, South Australia
Winemaker: Corrina Wright
Availability: All states
 
 

Pierro

Pierro

Pierro

The Pierro property on Caves Rd was purchased by Dr Mike Peterkin in 1979. The block was chosen due to its north facing slopes, gravelly loam soils along with the Willyabrup brook that flows through the entire property.

At Pierro has compiled the following parameters that are used as guidelines to the style of wines that are produced: Drinkability, overall flavor, complexity, depth and subtlety of flavor, balance and elegance. Dr Peterkin would like to produce wines that are drinkable at three months of age that will also age gracefully for fifty years. The Margaret River district now produces wines of international stature and Dr Peterkin hopes that Pierro plays part in its continued success.

 
Region: Margaret River, Western Australia
Winemaker: Mike Peterkin
Availability: QLD
 
 

Pipers Brook

Pipers Brook

Pipers Brook

Established in 1974, Pipers Brook Vineyard is an award-winning, cool-climate premium winery on the north coast of Tasmania, the southern-most state of Australia.

It is a small 'pure' wine-producing company, and all wines are estate-grown and bottled. The winery produces over ten varieties of red, white and sparkling wines under the Pipers Brook Vineyard, Kreglinger and Ninth Island labels. Pipers Brook Vineyard grapes are sourced entirely from within the Tasmanian appellation. Its wines are available in seventeen countries.

The company is strongly vertically integrated with an acquired depth of skills in site selection, vineyard development and management, winemaking, bottling and marketing.

 
Region: Pipers Brook, Tasmania
Winemaker: Jim Chatto
Availability: NSW, QLD, SA, VIC + WA
 
 

House of Plantagenet

House of Plantagenet

House of Plantagenet

The Plantagenet wine brand was launched in 1968 at Mount Barker within the Great Southern shire of Plantagenet in Western Australia.

This 'House of Plantagenet' range of table wines has been launched to celebrate and commemorate the famous "Plantagenet" line of Kings that ruled in both France and England between 1126 and 1487. The names of each and every one of these wines are derived from the cities and regions that spanned the Plantagenet Realms of Influence.

 
Region: Great Southern, Western Australia
Winemaker: Luke Eckersley
Availability: All states
 
red+white
 

Red Claw

Red Claw

Red Claw

Red Claw wines are hand crafted with fruit from Yabby Lake’s own Victorian vineyards – Yabby Lake Vineyard on the Mornington Peninsula and Heathcote Estate in Heathcote. The wines are made following the same principles that guide the single vineyard wines. With Red Claw the emphasis is on making wines that are bright, juicy and more expressive when young .

With Red Claw the emphasis is on making wines that are bright, juicy and more expressive when young. Lending them perfectly to the Australian lifestyle and the way we like to dine. Available under the Red Claw label is Mornington Peninsula Pinot Gris, Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay and Pinot Noir as well as a Grenache Rosé and a Shiraz from our Heathcote Estate.
 
Region: Mornington Peninsula
Winemaker: Tom Carson
Availability: All states
 
 

Robert Stein

Robert Stein

Robert Stein

The Robert Stein Vineyard and cellar door is located just a short drive from the centre of Mudgee, in the Central West of New South Wales.

Robert Stein Vineyard and Winery is one of Mudgee's premier labels, established in 1976 and now in its third generation of expertise. Winemaker Jacob Stein has worked in many regions around the world including Germany, Italy, Canada and Margaret River in Western Australia. His experience abroad has brought wealth of new technique and theories and is working well to maintain the traditions and quality of all wines made at Robert Stein.

Robert Stein produces a wide range of single vineyard wines, made solely from their 70 acre vineyard. The exposure of the brand and quality of wines has rapidly increased, with Jacob Stein at the Helm. Jacob was awarded the Gourmet Traveller Young Winemaker of the Year award in 2012, further proof of his achievements in Mudgee. Robert Stein Winery has also been consecutively awarded a James Halliday 5 star winery in The Wine Companion since 2010.

 
Region: Mudgee, New South Wales
Winemaker: Jacob Stein
Availability: NSW
 
red+white
 

RockBare

RockBare

RockBare

RockBare is a boutique wine brand, focused entirely on the distinctive expression of vineyard sites in McLaren Vale, South Australia, drawing grapes from long-term growers supported by well-established relationships and meticulous vineyard management year round.

No stone has been left unturned by Marty O'Flaherty when locating the best fruit available from each vintage. The wines are produced in the high calibre vineyards, enabling RockBare's minimal intervention philosophy to prevail.

Burvill, the pinnacle of RockBare Winemaking, is named after the founder of RockBare, Tim Burvill. The inaugural release took place in 2006, paying homage to Tim's winemaking journey and love of the shiraz grape varietal.

 
Region: South Australia
Winemaker: Marty O'Flaherty
Availability: All states
 
 

Shaw + Smith

Shaw + Smith

Shaw + Smith

Shaw + Smith is an alliance between cousins Martin Shaw and Michael Hill-Smith. Their aim is to make contemporary, high quality wines that are outstanding examples of their type made from grapes grown in the Adelaide Hills.

Shaw + Smith specialise in grape varieties suited to the cooler climate of the Adelaide Hills, Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay & Shiraz.

The vineyard is located on a 28 ha property planted at Woodside Vineyard with new plantings of Sauvignon Blanc, Riesling and Pinot Noir at Balhannah.

 
Region: Adelaide Hills, South Australia
Winemaker: Adam Wadewitz & Martin Shaw
Availability: All states
 
 

Silkman Wines

Silkman Wines

Silkman Wines

Silkman Wines is the Hunter Valley's most exciting new venture.

Shaun Silkman is a second generation Hunter Valley winemaker, who over the last decade has built the Hunter Valley's largest and most successful contract winemaking and bottling facility.

Liz Silkman (nee Jackson) has won a multitude of awards during her time with Tempus Two and First Creek Wines, including;

Dux of the prestigious Len Evans Tutorial in 2006
Hunter Valley Winemaker of the Year in 2011
Finalist of the 2011 Gourmet Traveller WINE Winemaker of the Year.
Finalist of the 2007 Wine Society Young Winemaker of the Year.

In 2008 Liz joined Shaun at First Creek Wines and together they have produced some of the best Semillon, Chardonnay and Shiraz the Hunter Valley has to offer.

Silkman Wines is a boutique producer, drawing on years of Hunter Valley winemaking experience to deliver an exciting new range wines.

 
Region: Hunter Valley, New South Wales
Winemaker: Liz Jacks & Shaun Silkman
Availability: NSW
 
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Snake + Herring

Snake + Herring

Snake + Herring

The Snake + Herring brand is a wine safari searching for remarkable grapes from West Australian Vineyards. The Search has begun, and our grape balloon manned by Snake (our winemaker) and Herring (our navigator) represent this.

The southwest of WA is a viticultural treasure map as there are vineyard jewels scattered throughout. We seek for blocks within vineyards that really shine; they may seem dull when diluted by the bordering lesser dirt. The search is to find and polish these often overlooked gems and present a treasure chest of different jewels: pristine, crystalline Rieslings; crisp, radiant, multi-faceted Chardonnays; alluring, perfumed Sauvignon Blanc and Semillon; dark, exotic, hedonistic Shiraz; brilliant, regal displays of Cabernets and blends.

 
Region: Margaret River & Great Southern, Western Australia
Winemaker: Tony Davis
Availability: All states
 
 

Sticks

Sticks

Sticks

Sticks Yarra Valley is beautifully situated on a single site in the picturesque Yarra Valley, an hour’s drive from Melbourne. The Winery and Cellar Door, which are nestled in to the base of the Christmas Hills, have unparalleled views of the Estate vineyard and Great Dividing ranges.

Producing award winning wines that are sold both nationally and in key markets around the world, Sticks Yarra Valley wines express true varietal characteristics.

Standing at six foot six, our founding winemaker, Rob Dolan was given the nickname ‘Sticks’ during his days as a dual premiership player for the Port Adelaide Aussie Rules Football Club. Rob pulled together a young, vibrant and highly regarded winemaking team who have continued on with Rob's commitment to making fresh, fruit driven cool climate wines. Let's just say the winemaking team are as passionate about the sticks in the vineyard as Rob is about his footy!

Our Winemaker, Travis Bush, is dedicated to producing exceptional cool climate wines showing depth and regional expression.

 
Region: Yarra Valley, Victoria
Winemaker: Travis Bush
Availability: All states
 
 

TaiNui

TaiNui

TaiNui

New Zealand is paradise for Sauvignon Blanc and it's from the Marlborough region that TaiNui was established. The name TaiNui comes from a famous New Zealand canoe which, according to Maori tradition brought the first Maoris to the country.

"Tai" in Maori translates to "tide" and "Nui" translates to "high" - by the light of the silvery moon a tide flows in.

 
Region: Marlborough, New Zealand
Availability: All states
 
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Te Mata Estate

Te Mata Estate

Te Mata Estate

Established in 1896, Te Mata Estate remains family owned, producing internationally recognized wines exclusively from its Hawke's Bay vineyards. The Estate's ownership varied frequently until John and Wendy Buck acquired it in 1978. John and Wendy instigated a twenty-year development program, which commenced with the restoration of the original winery building and the replanting of all of the original vineyards, as well as the acquisition of new vineyard sites.

The range of temperature and soil types, allied with the rainfall band between 650-850mm, create conditions to produce high quality wines of a classic range akin to those of coastal, central and northern France. Te Mata wines are similar in weight and balance but with unique lifted floral and fruit aromas.

Te Mata winery has been ranked 'Top Winery in New Zealand' evidenced by the consistent quality of the Coleraine and Awatea Cabernet Merlot wines, the Bull Nose Syrah and the Elston Chardonnay.

 
Region: Hawkes Bay, New Zealand
Winemaker: Peter Cowley
Availability: All states
 
 

Tolpuddle Vineyard

Tolpuddle Vineyard

Tolpuddle Vineyard

Tolpuddle Vineyard was established in 1988 and it took its name from the Tolpuddle Martyrs: English convicts transported to Tasmania for forming an agricultural union. The leader of the Martyrs, George Loveless, served some of his sentence working on a property near Richmond, part of which is now Tolpuddle Vineyard.

The vineyard is planted with mature Chardonnay and Pinot Noir vines, facing north-east, and sloping gently up from Back Tea Tree Road. The soil is light silica over sandstone and of moderate vigour, ensuring well-balanced vines producing grapes of great flavour and intensity.

In 2006 Tolpuddle Vineyard won the inaugural Tasmanian Vineyard of the Year award, reflecting the performance of this unique and distinguished site.

Martin Shaw, Michael Hill Smith MW and Matthew Hill Smith purchased the vineyard in 2011 and are fully committed to seeing Tolpuddle Vineyard recognised as one of Australia's great single vineyards.

 
Region: Coal River Valley, Tasmania
Winemaker: Martin Shaw & Adam Wadewitz
Availability: All states
 
 

Twelftree

Twelftree

Twelftree

Twelftree Wines is a limited and exclusive collection of premium handcrafted Grenache, guided from vine to bottle by Michael Twelftree. We source from the finest single vineyard sites in McLaren Vale and Barossa Valley with the core focus to highlight the provenance of each Grenache parcel.

A revolutionary concept, Twelftree Wines shelves the practice of interjecting winemaking, focusing more on the pre-eminence of unique vineyard sites and viticulture practices.

 
Region: Barossa Valley, South Australia
Winemaker: Michael Twelftree
Availability: All states
 
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Two Hands Wines

Two Hands Wines

Two Hands Wines

Two Hands Wines was founded in early 1999 by Michael Twelftree and Richard Mintz.

Their intention was, and still is, to showcase the diversity of Australian Shiraz by highlighting regional characteristics and allowing the fruit to be the primary feature of the wines. Two Hands refers to the very personable approach taken with each parcel of grapes, no matter how big or small. The wines are carefully guided through the viticulture and winemaking process by Michael Twelftree.

From the outset, Two Hands set out to be unique. This approach is reflected in everything from the names of the wines through to innovative packaging and, not least, the wines themselves.

'Quality without compromise' is a core value that drives all Two Hands decisions so, not surprisingly, the wines have received international acclaim from respected wine critics, with Robert Parker proclaiming Two Hands as '...the finest negociant operation south of the equator...'

In November 2012, Two Hands was named in the Wine Spectator's annual Top 100 for the 10th consecutive year, an achievement that has never been equaled by any other winery the world over.

 
Region: Barossa Valley, South Australia
Winemaker: Ben Perkins
Availability: All states
 
 

Tyrrell's Wines

Tyrrell

Tyrrell's Wines

Established in 1858 by English immigrant Edward Tyrrell, Tyrrell's Wines is one of Australia's pre-eminent family owned wine companies with vineyards extending from their historic home in the Hunter Valley to the Limestone Coast (SA) and Heathcote (VIC).

Headed up by fourth generation family member Bruce Tyrrell, Tyrrell's is home to some of Australia's most awarded wines including the iconic Vat 1 Semillon. Since 1971, Tyrrell's has been awarded over 5,000 trophies and medals and in 2010 was named "Winery of the Year" in James Halliday's Australian Wine Companion.

With the fifth generation, Chris, Jane and John, involved in the business, Tyrrell's will continue to remain family owned with the simple philosophy of producing high quality wine that people love to drink.

 
Region: Hunter Valley, New South Wales
Winemaker: Andrew Spinaze, Mark Richardson & Chris Tyrrell
Availability: SA
 
 

Willow Bridge Estate

Willow Bridge Estate

Willow Bridge Estate

Willow Bridge Estate is family owned and operated by principal s Jeff and Vicki Dewar, who bought the picturesque 180-hectare hillside property in 1996 after an exhaustive search of the state for the ideal vineyard site from which to realize their shared vision of producing world class wines which are both opulent and accessible.

The estate is located in a hidden jewel of an area known as the Ferguson Valley which, at that time, was home to only a few small vineyards. Immediately planting 60 hectares of vines and then building a state of the art winery (the first winery in the area) in time for their first vintage in 2000, established Willow Bridge as the pioneering estate of the area and demonstrated the family's confidence in the property and resolve to see their vision become reality.

From the release of their very first wines, their efforts were quickly rewarded with critical acclaim, wine show success and most importantly, glowing feedback from wine lovers.

 
Region: Ferguson Valley, Western Australia
Winemaker: Kim Horton
Availability: All states
 
 

Yabby Lake

Yabby Lake

Yabby Lake

Yabby Lake Vineyard was established by the Kirby family in 1998, in Tuerong, which is located in the northern end of the Mornington Peninsula, Victoria. Over the past decade, the vineyard has built a reputation for chardonnay and pinot noir of great purity and character under its Single Vineyard and Single Block Release labels.

Led by winemaker Tom Carson, the Yabby Lake philosophy is to craft wines that speak of our site and the season in which they were grown. It’s the attention and care in the vineyard that is most critical to allowing this expression.

The producer’s vision and dedication has led to some exciting accolades in recent years, including their history-making Block 1 Pinot Noir - which was the first pinot noir ever to win the revered Jimmy Watson Trophy, after 52 years of the award.

 
Region: Mornington Peninsula, Victoria
Winemaker: Tom Carson
Availability: All states
 
 

Fat Bastard

Fat Bastard

Fat Bastard

 

 
Region: Languedoc, France & Californian North Coast, USA
Winemaker: Sarah Burvill
Availability: All states 
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Loimer

Loimer

Loimer

Fred Loimer studied winemaking at Klosterneuburg and worked in Germany’s Nahe and the Schug winery in California before returning in 1997 to his family’s estate in Langenlois within the greater Kamptal area. A year later Fred purchased the former cellar of the Haindorf Castle on top of which he constructed a modern black cube symbolizing his love for modern elegance, reflected in his wines.

In the vineyard Fred follows a high density regime (6000 vines per hectare) to contain yields. The vines are trained low but the canopies allowed to grow high. In the cellar Fred relies on spontaneous fermentation and extended time on lees but says he works without a standard ‘recipe’ in order to be free to adapt from year to year, and from grape to grape.

Fred began practicing biodynamics in 2006 and is a founding member of Respekt, a certifying body for biodynamic viticulture in Austria.

 
Region: Kamptal, Austria
Winemaker: Fred Loimer
Availability: All states
Website: www.loimer.at
 
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Maison Louis Jadot

Maison Louis Jadot

Maison Louis Jadot

“Burgundy has many different faces and at Maison Louis Jadot our job is to allow our wines to express its subtle differences.”

Maison Louis Jadot controls over 150 hectares of vineyards in Burgundy, of which 70 hectares lie in the Côte d’Or: Domaine des Héritiers Louis Jadot, Domaine Louis Jadot, Domaine Gagey and Domaine du Duc de Magenta. Established in 1859 by Louis Henri Denis Jadot, succeeding generations continued to develop the House until the sale to Rudi Kopf ’s company Kobrand in 1985. The injection of capital saw big investment in vineyard acquisition including Chateau des Jacques in Beaujolais and the Cadus Tonnellerie.

Pierre-Henri Gagey, current President succeeded his father André Gagey in 1992 and today son Thibault is Deputy General Manager. In January 2013 Frederic Bernier succeeded long-time Chief Winemaker Jacques Lardiere, who today overseas the Jadot Oregon project, Resonance Vineyard.

 
Region: Beaune, Burgundy, France
Winemaker: Frederic Barnier
Availability: All states
 
 

Domaines Ott

Domaines Ott*

Domaines Ott*

In 1896 Marcel Ott of Alsace found an estate which inspired him, Château de Selle in Tarandeau, Provence, where once olives, lavender and mulberries grew. Enjoying a unique microclimate, the wines are delicate and elegant with great depth.

In the 1930s, Marcel Ott fell in love with the very old Clos Mireille, overlooking the sea at La Londe Les Maures, near Brégançon. The vines soon started producing distinctive yet subtle wines. Château Romassan in Bandol was acquired by the Ott family in 1956 and following years of terracing and replanting, produces robust, harmonious and long lived wines. Cœur de Grain represents wine-making genius, and today the distinctive bottle evokes the memory of the elegant amphora of centuries past. Today, 120 years later, cousins Jean-François and Christian Ott dedicate their lives to their ancestor’s love for Provence.

In 2004, Domaines Ott* joined Louis Roederer and its fabulous selection of wine craftsmen.

 
Region: Bandol & Contes de Provence, France
Winemaker: Jean-Francois Ott, Christine Ott & Florent Gaillard
Availability: All states
 
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Rameau d'Or

Rameau d

Rameau d'Or

Rameau d'Or is a fantastical tale of enchantments, transformations and love. A magical golden bough from an enchanted garden was given to a prince by an eagle, to awaken a sleeping princess. A bough so powerful that a single leaf from it would make one rich, young and beautiful.

Unfortunately this prince was not the most handsome man in his kingdom. Choosing a fulfilled soul over outer beauty, he and his newly awoken princess set about to transform the lives of those around them. This Provence rosé, like the prince, is also beautiful on the inside.

 
Region: Cotes de Provence, France
Winemaker: Eric Monnin
Availability: All states
 
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Vincent Paris

Vincent Paris

Vincent Paris

Vincent Paris is a native of Cornas and his first vintage was in 1997. He inherited most of his vineyards (some of which are 100+ years old) from his grandfather and purchased some from his uncle, legendary Cornas vigneron Robert Michel, on his retirement in 2006.

The biodynamically farmed vineyards are located in various parcels along the southeast facing Cornas slope. Vincent's wines exhibit power, yet possess a determined freshness and elegance to them. His Granit 30 and Granit 60 take their names from the slope and gradient of the vineyards and average vine age respectively. Vincent's famed Geynale parcel is comprised exclusively of old vines planted in 1910. Vincent Paris is without a doubt one of the rising stars of the Rhône Valley.

 
Region: Cornas, Northern Rhône
Winemaker: Vincent Paris
Availability: All states
 
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Louis Roederer - Bordeaux

Louis Roederer - Bordeaux

Louis Roederer - Bordeaux

In the 1980’s and 1990’s vineyard expansion in Champagne was virtually impossible so Jean-Claude Rouzaud, at the time Proprietor and President of the Louis Roederer Family Group, looked to expand outside the region with the establishment of Roederer Estate in California (1982), the purchase of Ramos Pinto in the Douro (1990), Chateau de Pez Cru Bourgeois St Estephe (1994) and Château Pichon Longueville Comtesse de Lalande, 2nd Growth, Pauillac (2006) in Bordeaux, and Domaines Ott (2005) in Provence.

 
Region: Saint-Estephe, Bordeaux
Winemaker: Phillipe Moreau
Availability: All states
 
 

Louis Roederer

Louis Roederer

Louis Roederer

Today Louis Roederer remains one of the very few remaining family owned Houses in Champagne with 7th generation Frederic Rouzaud at the helm.

From the 100 hectares acquired in 1850 by Louis Roederer, the Domaine today extends over 240 hectares averaging 98% on the official Echelle classification. All vineyard acquisitions follow Louis Roederer’s strict 70% policy – that is ownership of at least 70% of the total production. All Louis Roederer Cuvees are Estate grown with the exception of Brut Premier which is 60% estate fruit and 40% fruit sourced from long-term contracted growers.

Louis Roederer farm 65 Ha of their Domaine vineyards under a biodynamic and organic regime as part of what Chef de Cave Jean-Baptiste Lécaillon says is a work in progress. In 2012 Louis Roederer became the largest biodynamic producer in Champagne.

 
Region: Reims, Champagne, France
Winemaker: Jean-Baptiste Lecaillon
Availability: All states
 
 

Chateau Roumieu

Chateau Roumieu

Chateau Roumieu

In medieval times, Roumieu was the name used by the Moors to designate Christians and the place named Roumieu meant a thoroughfare for the pilgrims on their way to St Jacques de Compostelle. This is where the "Coquille St Jacques", (scallop shell) on the label originates.

Roumieu has been in the same family since the eighteenth century. Each generation has retained the same love of the soil, "terroir", respect for the traditional methods of wine growing and belief in the moral obligation to pass this knowledge from generation to generation.

 
Region: Bordeaux, France
Winemaker: Vincent Craveia
Availability: All states
 
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Domaine Christian Salmon

Domaine Christian Salmon

Domaine Christian Salmon

Domaine Christian Salmon is a family owned estate in the Coteaux Buetons, covering 15 hectares within the appellation of Sancerre Blanc and 3.25 hectares for Pouilly Fume. For six generations the Salmon family has been growing grapes and making wine with care, finesse and passion. The wines are in a classic, fresh and zesty style reliant on indigenous ferments, a very slow and gentle crush and extended time on lees in tank.

Today Armand Salmon farms two main soil types in Sancerre: Terres blanches (clay-limestone), on the westernmost hills and Caillottes, (very stony and limestone rich). In the commune of Pouilly-sur-Loire, Domaine Christian Salmon’s unique vineyard "Clos des Criots" is located in the centre of the village. The soils are marls rich in oyster fossils (Kimmeridgian) and Villiers limestone.

 
Region: Sancerre, Loire Valley, France
Winemaker: Armand Salmon
Availability: All states
 
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Veuve Ambal

Veuve Ambal

Veuve Ambal

Maison Veuve Ambal was founded in the heart of Burgundy in 1898, by Veuve Marie Ambal, widow of a Parisian banker. Marie returned to Rully to join her brother, wine lover and wine broker, at the time "method traditionelle" was being introduced for sparkling wines. The wines immediately gained recognition, and her grandson Charles Roux Ambal, followed by his grandson and current President Eric Piffaut, have continued to build on Marie's philosophy of quality, and the combination of tradition and modernity which is the signature of Veuve Ambal. With over 200 hectares of vineyards across Burgundy, mainly planted to Pinot Noir and Chardonnay, Veuve Ambal remain leaders in the production of Cremant de Bourgogne today.

 
Region: Beaune, Burgundy, France
Winemaker: Catherine Straebler
Availability: All states
 
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Domaine Zind-Humbrecht

Domaine Zind-Humbrecht

Domaine Zind-Humbrecht

Winegrowing is a passion that has been passed down from father to son since 1620. Domaine Zind-Humbrecht was created in 1959 and today owns 40ha of vines including the Grand Crus of Rangen de Thann, Goldert Hengst and Brand.

Olivier Humbrecht MW and wife Margaret took over the reins from Léonard and Geneviève Humbrecht in 1989. A new cellar was completed in the heart of the Herrenweg vineyards in 1992. During this period chaptilisation and fining were replaced by longer pressing cycles and elevage on lees for a minimum of 8 months, and longer, slower fermentations were introduced.

In 1997 the Domaine began practicing bio-dynamic agriculture and was certified organic by Ecocert in 1998 and in 2002 for biodynamic viticulture by Ecocert for Biodyvin. The expression of terroir, conveyed through grape varieties of Alsace, is reinforced by cultivating the vines organically and according to biodynamic principles.

 
Region: Turckheim, Alsace, France
Winemaker: Olivier Humbrecht
Availability: All states
 
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Reichsgraf Von Kesselstatt

Reichsgraf von Kesselstatt

Reichsgraf von Kesselstatt

In 1978, Günther Reh acquired Weingut Reichsgraf von Kesselstatt in Trier. His daughter Annegret Reh-Gartner assumed direction of the 600+ year old estate in 1983. Her devotion to her native Mosel-Saar-Ruwer region as well as her exigency for quality helped the wine estate achieve international renown. Annegret's first notable decision was to reduce the size of the estate to 36 hectares, giving focus to the estate's 12 hectares of steep sites in the Mosel, Saar, and Ruwer valleys, and the mineral-rich, filigree styles she so esteemed.

Reichsgraf von Kesselstatt was one of the first estates to successfully offer Grosse Gewächse (great growths), and Annegret’s tireless advocacy of vineyard classification (VDP) enabled her to cultivate individual parcels to produce exceptional wines.

Following the tragic passing of Annegret in 2016, the estate is under the directorship of long-term winemaker Wolfgang Mertes, with Assistant Director/Sales & Marketing Mona Lock and Director Production/Sales Michael Weber.

Annegret's first notable decision was to reduce the size of the estate to 36 ha, enabling Annegret and her team to focus on the estate's 12 Ha of steep sites in the Mosel, Saar, and Ruwer valleys, to produce the mineral-rich, filigree styles she so esteems.

Reichsgraf von Kesselstatt is one of the region's first estates to successfully offer Grosse Gewächse (great growths), and Annegret is a firm advocate of vineyard classification (VDP), which enables her to implement quality management in the vineyard, and cultivate individual parcels to produce exceptional wines.

 
Region: Mosel, Saar, Ruwer
Winemaker: Wolfgang Mertes
Availability: All states
 
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Aquilani

Aquilani

Aquilani

Aquilani. Inspired by Italy. What could be more Italian than their passion for soccer? Taking inspiration from this passion, Aquilani is named after one of Italy’s leading soccer players. With a long and successful career he was adored at home and abroad. Something we hope will happen with Aquilani the wine too.

 
Region: Veneto & Tuscany, Italy
Winemaker: Marco Flacco
Availability: All states
 
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Biancavigna

Biancavigna

Biancavigna

BiancaVigna was founded by Elena and Enrico Moschetta in 2004 from the encounter of two families with the same passion for quality wines and good food: the Moschetta’s (wine’s producers in San Gallo since 1903) and the Cuzziol’s (agro food merchants since 1920).

Biancavigna manages 12 hectares of vineyards located in 3 different areas: Conegliano, Pieve di Soligo and Felettano close to Valdobbiadene. Each vineyard contributes its own unique character, structure and minerality to the finished wines.

Following the hand harvest, the grapes are gently pressed and left to settle prior to a carefully controlled fermentation in stainless steel vats. Re-fermentation is via the Charmat method in stainless steel tanks (closed under pressure) at programmed temperatures and with selected yeasts for a minimum of 60 days. The dosage is 12 gms/L with a natural acidity of 7 gms/L.

 
Region: Treviso, Veneto, Italy
Winemaker: Enrico Moschetta
Availability: All states
 
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Graci

Graci

Graci

Alberto Graci with sister Elena farm their vineyards on the north face of Mt Etna, at 600 - 660 m.a.s.l. at Arcuria, Passsopisciaro. Fifteen hectares are planted to Nerello Mascalese and 2.5 to Carricante and Catarratto. Part of the vineyard is ungrafted ‘alberello’ (bush vines) at a total density of 10,000 per hectare. Graci also own an 80 year old vineyard (bush trained) in Contrada Feudo di Mezzo, Passopisciaro at 600 m.a.s.l. In Contrada Barbabecchi at 1000 – 1100 m.a.s.l. Graci own a 1.5 hectare vineyard planted about 100 years ago which is harvested in November!

The most recent Etna eruption occurred in December 2015, and the threat of a serious eruption requires a certain outlook says Alberto “We are fatalists, we don’t care. It’s normal for us”. It is the complexity of the volcanic soils which contributes much to the unique minerality and elegance of the wines of Etna.

 
Region: Etna, Sicily, Italy
Winemaker: Alberto Graci
Availability: All states
Website: www.graci.eu
 
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La Vis

La Vis

La Vis

Located in the heart of Italy's Trentino, Cantina La Vis forms part of a winemaking collective encompassing 1350 winemakers. Together they are dedicated to the care of their undulating region, ideal for grape growing with vineyards reaching altitudes of 800 m.a.s.l.

La Vis is one of the regions’ leading producers responsible for innovative viticultural and zoning plans in the area, including the Quality and Zoning Projects researching how to maximise the potential of the region.

 
Region: Trento, Trentino, Italy
Winemaker: Francesco Polastri
Availability: All states
 
 

Alois Lageder

Alois Lageder

Alois Lageder

For more than 150 years the Lageder family have been committed to the distinctive terroirs of the Alto Adige - prerequisites for highly individual wines. Founded in 1823 and today directed by 5th and 6th generations Alois and Alois Clemens Lageder, the estate combines tradition and innovation based on a sustainable and holistic philosophy. Work in the vineyards is guided by the cycles and forces of nature, from planting to harvest.

The family owned vineyards (50 hectares) located at Magrè, Cortaccia, Termeno and Caldaro are cultivated with biodynamic methods, certified by Demeter. The Lindenburg vineyard at Bolzano and the Krafuss vineyard at S. Michele/Appiano are in conversion.

Certified Organic Winery, Demeter

 
Region: Alto Adige, Italy
Winemaker: Jo Pfisterer
Availability: All states
 
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Marchesi Mazzei

Marchesi Mazzei

Marchesi Mazzei

Fonterutoli is located in the heart of the Chianti Classico zone. The property of the Mazzei family since 1435, Fonterutoli still preserves its original aspect of a tranquil country hamlet consisting of just a few houses, the church of San Miniato and a villa which replaced the fortified castle of the Middle Ages. Today after six centuries, the Mazzei family is still committed to the cultivation of the vine and the production of wine at Fonterutoli. It is a consistent and innovative commitment that fully respects the terroir and is directed by Lapo Mazzei, and his two sons Fillippo and Francesco. Highly regarded Enologist, Carlo Ferrini has worked with the Mazzei family for decades and supervises the cultivation of vines and the winemaking. The estate covers a total area of 470 hectares, 69 hectares of which are devoted to vineyards divided into four separate production zones: Fonterutoli; Siepi; Badiola and Belvedere.

Zisola is located in south-eastern Sicily, the home of Nero d’Avola, about 1 km outside the magnificent town of Noto, celebrated for its Baroque architecture. One of the most beautiful and spectacular areas of the region, it is protected by Unesco as a world heritage site. In this alluring spot, with the long history and rich culture of Sicily, the Mazzei family have pioneered an ambitious project based primarily on bush trained Nero d’Avola.

In 1997 the Mazzei family acquired the Tenuta Belguardo situated in the Maremma, an area south west of Montalcino close to the coast, in the southern-most part of Tuscany. The Mazzei family immediately instigated an intensive programme of replanting to increase the density of vines to 6,600 vines per hectare. The 30 hectares under vine, benefit from south to south-west exposure, a dry, stony terrain and an exceptional microclimate. Tenuta Belguardo has rapidly become one of the reference point wineries of the Maremma.

 
Region: Chianti Classico, Tuscany, Italy
Winemaker: Luca Biffi
Availability: All states
 
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Monte Tondo

Monte Tondo

Monte Tondo

The Monte Tondo vineyard can be found nestling in the gentle hills of Soave just a few kilometres from Verona on a slope overlooking the valley. Today it is 4th generation brother and sister team, Luca and Marta Magnabosco, who carry on their family’s passion for the land and its wines.

Twenty-five hectares of vineyards are situated on the best plots that the Soave zone can offer on predominately volcanic soils: Monte Tenda, Monte Foscarino and Monte Tondo. The wines produced, from 100% Garganaga, are intensely perfumed with an unmistakable Soave character somewhere between florals and fruitiness.

 
Region: Veneto, Italy
Winemaker: Luca Magnabosco
Availability: All states
 
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Poliziano

Poliziano

Poliziano

Dino Carletti entered the world of viticulture in 1961 to maintain a living contact with the place and culture of his origins. The name Poliziano pays homage to the 15th Century poet Angelo Ambrogini who hailed from Montepulciano and was knicknamed “Poliziano”.

Dino’s son Federico Carletti took over in 1980 and has since grown Poliziano from 22 to 240 hectares, of which 130 hectares are dedicated to the production of sangiovese or “prugnolo gentile’ as it is locally known, planted predominately on the southern flank of Montepulciano.

Today, the Poliziano wines evoke the historic tradition of the land, but at the same time speak eloquently to the modern world. Theirs is a developing narrative… they retain their original labels, but have matured and evolved over time, always with the objective of uncompromising quality and expression of terroir.

 
Region: Montepulciano, Tuscany, Italy
Winemaker: Carlo Ferrini & Fabio Marchi
Availability: All states
 
 

Soc. Agr La Raia

Soc. Agr La Raia

Soc. Agr La Raia

The Rossi Cairo family from Milan purchased the Societa Agricola La Raia in 2004. Located within the appellation for the production of Gavi in the south-east of Piedmont, La Raia has quickly established a great reputation for true and authentic Gavi. The La Raia Gavi is made from organic cortese grapes using the certified Demeter biodynamic technique. Directed by Caterina Rossi Cairo together with Technical Director Lorenzo Castelli, they have recently realised their plans for a state of the art winery made using the Pise' technique (rammed earth walls), common in the area due to the high level of clay in the soils.

 
Region: Gavi, Piedmont, Italy
Winemaker: Lorenzo Castelli
Availability: All states
 
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Trediberri

Trediberri

Trediberri

Three people – Nicola Oberto and his father Federico Oberto plus Vladimiro Rambaldi - and a vineyard in the hamlet of Berri of La Morra: hence Trediberri, the three guys from Berri.

Trediberri are producing wines with enthusiasm and a focus on terroir. They own 8 hectares of nebbiolo, entirely within the confines of La Morra in Barolo, in the Crus of Berri and Rocche dell’Annunziata (owned, 40 years old) and Capalot (leased). The Barbera comes mostly from owned vineyards within Borgata Torriglione plus an old leased vineyard in Berri. Trediberri only use organic compounds in the vineyard and since 2012 their winery has been certified by CCPB srl, Bologna as in conversion to organic.

 
Region: Barolo, Piedmont, Italy
Winemaker: Federico Oberto
Availability: All states
 
 

Agricole Vallone

Agricole Vallone

Agricole Vallone

Agricole Vallone is owned by sisters Vittoria and Maria Teresa Vallone, and today managed by their nephew Francesco. Vallone is one of the most historic wineries from Puglia. It's divided into 3 estates: Flaminio (located in the Brindisi area), where the winery is; Iore (in the Salice Salentino area and, home of iconic wine Graticciaia); and Castel Serranova (in the Carovigno area). Today the winemaking is overseen by Graziana Grassini of the Tachis School (Sassicaia).

 
Region: Puglia, Italy
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Cantina Vietti

Cantina Vietti

Cantina Vietti

The Vietti family has been producing wine in Castiglione Falletto in the heart of Le Langhe in Piedmont for five generations, with 33 estate vineyards located across all 11 communes designated for the cultivation and production of Barolo, plus Roero for Arneis and Agliano Asti for Barbera and Moscato.

In 2016 Vietti was purchased by the American Krause family, however current generation winemaker Luca Currado-Vietti continues to direct the Vietti Estate meticulously, together with his wife Elena Penna-Currado, to produce some of the finest and most representative wines of Le Langhe.

Luca’s late father Alfredo was often referred to as the “father of Arneis” since in 1967 he invested a great deal of time and resources in rediscovering and understanding this almost extinct variety. Today Arneis is one of the most famous white wines of the region and 2017 marks the 50th Anniversary of this historic renaissance.

 
Region: Barolo, Piedmont, Italy
Winemaker: Luca Currado
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Roberto Voerzio

Roberto Voerzio

Roberto Voerzio

Roberto Voerzio established his own winery in La Morra in 1986. Beginning with just 2 hectares, Roberto and his family have succeeded in acquiring some of the most prestigious and historic crus of Barolo: La Serra, Brunate, Cerequio, Sarmassa, Rocche dell'Annunziata and Fossati, plus excellent vineyards for Dolcetto, Barbera, Nebbiolo Langhe and Merlot.

Roberto and son Davide have been gradually increasing the planting density to 6000-8000 vines per hectare, and reduced their yields for their most prestigious wines to 500-700 grams per plant. This is achieved through short pruning and significant bunch thinning beginning. Roberto says “The clusters we leave on our vines are exclusively responsible for the quality of our wine.”

For more than thirty years, Roberto and now Davide have worked their vineyards with the greatest respect for nature and in the cellar follow a traditional path to allow the diversity of each vineyard and each vintage to emerge.

 
Region: Barolo, Piedmont, Italy
Winemaker: Roberto & Davide Voerzio
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Fattoria Zerbina

Fattoria Zerbina

Fattoria Zerbina

Cristina Geminiani graduated in viticulture in 1987 and returned to Fattoria Zerbina, established by her grandfather in 1966. Located close to Marzeno in the province of Faenza, Emilia Romagna, the vineyards, primarily Sangiovese Romagna, are planted on the gentle northern slopes of the Apennine Mountains north east of Florence.

Over the intervening years Cristina has succeeded in taking the wines of Fattoria Zerbina to a new dimension in terms of both style and quality. The first step was to replant and extend the vineyards in 1988, 1999 and 2000 at high density and based on clonal trials of indigenous and Tuscan clones. Cristina also introduced modern winemaking yet has always sought to retain good varietal definition and typicity.

Cristina’s life passion is sweet wine and based on her experience and studies in Bordeaux, launched Scacco Matto, a magnificent “Sauternes style” wine from the indigenous white variety Albana di Romagna.

 
Region: Marzeno, Emilia Romagna, Italy
Winemaker: Cristina Geminiani
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Ramos Pinto

Ramos Pinto

Ramos Pinto

The House was founded by Adriano Ramos Pinto in 1880. The excellent quality of the wines and the innovative packaging, supported by an advertising campaign based on posters by some of the most famous artists of the time, led to the early success and notoriety of Ramos Pinto. Today, as majority shareholders, the Louis Roederer Family Group perpetuates the policy of quality by continuing to invest in varietal research and viticultural methods combined with respect for tradition and service.

Among Port producers, Ramos Pinto has the largest holding of estate vineyards proportionate to wine produced. The Quintas are located in the delimited areas of Cima-Corgo for Quinta do Bom-Retiro and Quinta do Urtiga, and Douro Superior for Quinta da Ervamoira.

 
Region: Oporto & Duoro Valley, Portugal
Winemaker: Juan de Almeida
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Abellio

Abellio

Abellio

Rectoral do Umia is one of a handful of wineries in Galicia in North West Spain under the ownership of Family Wine Group Vinos y Bodegas Gallegas. The state of the art Rectoral do Umia winery, where Abellio Albarino is made, is located in the Salnes Valley and was built in 2009.

The vineyards are located on some of the best sites of Rias Baixas. The fruit, hand-harvested in early September, reaches the winery within two hours of harvest in 18 kg crates. The grapes are de-stemmed and macerated prior to a light crush and fermentation in temperature controlled stainless steel tanks, to retain flavour and freshness.

 
Region: Rias Baixas, Spain
Winemaker: Carlos Blanco
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Lopez Cristobal

Lopez Cristobal

Lopez Cristobal

The winery is located in Roa, in the heart of the Ribera del Duero. In 1994, after several years of selling his grapes to other wineries, Santiago López realized his dream of making his own wine. The name López Cristóbal is a union of two last names, his name with that of his wife Lola Cristóbal.

In the 1930's Santiago's father Santiago Sr. arrived in the Ribera del Duero area from Santander to start a successful farm, where the winery is now located. The family tradition continues with next generation Galo at the helm.

The winery owns 50 hectares of its own vineyards, divided into nine separate parcels and planted predominately to Tempranillo. Each parcel has its own distinct soil, providing a combination of calcareous and clay-lime composite which results in wines of excellent complexity.

 
Region: Ribera del Duero, Spain
Winemaker: Galo López Cristobal
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Castillo Labastida

Castillo Labastida

Castillo Labastida

Established in 1964 by a group of local grape growers, the Bodegas y Vinedos Labastida cooperative currently has 152 members. Labastida, nestled between the Sierra Cantabria Mountains and the River Ebro, boasts a magnificent natural micro-climate. This, combined with the co-operative’s exhaustive monitoring of their combined 540 hectares of vineyards (average age 25+ years) and a recently completed, modern winery, provides the grower-members with an ideal base for the production of quality Rioja wines which show great value and typicity.

 
Region: Rioja, Alta, Spain
Winemaker: Manuel Ruiz Hernandez
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Bodegas Munoz

Bodegas Munoz

Bodegas Munoz

Founded in 1940 by Blas Muñoz Gª de la Rosa, Viñedos y Bodegas Muñoz began as a small plantation of vineyards in the town of Noblejas just 60 km from Madrid. Today third generation Bienvenido Muñoz Pollo remains closely involved and was recently awarded "Master of the Wine," a prestigious annual award by the Consejo Regulador de la Denominación de Origen Mancha to the best wine specialists of this region.

Finca Muñoz is the premium range of the winery, sourced 100% from the family's own vineyards. These low yielding, prephylloxera vines, some more than 100 years old produce rich, intensely aromatic wines with appealing balance and elegance.

 
Region: La Mancha, Spain
Winemaker: Bienvenido Muñoz Pollo
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Cardinale

Cardinale

Cardinale

Cardinale, located in the heart of Napa Valley’s world-renowned Oakville District, crafts a single Cabernet Sauvignon from each vintage. The wine is a limited-production blend from Napa Valley’s most recognized mountain appellations including Mt. Veeder, Spring Mountain, Howell Mountain and Diamond Mountain. Every bottle reveals the artistic sensibility of Winemaker Christopher Carpenter. In the bottle, Cardinale is sophisticated, powerful, and a true expression of Napa.

 
Region: Napa Valley, California, USA
Winemaker: Christopher Carpenter
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Kendall Jackson Wines

Kendall Jackson Wines

Kendall Jackson Wines

Kendall-Jackson is the family-owned winery trusted by generations of wine drinkers to deliver exceptional wine handcrafted from bench-land & hillside vineyards along the cool coastal ridges of California. We are committed to cultivating the land, wine and great relationships through our core values to care, craft and conserve through stewardship of our lands and vineyards.

We focus on the best California cool climate, coastal and high elevation vineyard sites which challenge the grape and the farmer to develop intense character and flavor on our certified sustainable estates. We maintain quality and control in all aspects of our artisan winemaking – from owning the land our cool climate vineyards are produce from, to using boutique winemaking techniques, we take ownership and pride in every glass!

Our multi-generational “Farmers First” philosophy has driven an unwavering commitment to quality that has resulted in 24 consecutive years of 90+ wines and made Kendall-Jackson Vintner’s Reserve the number 1 Chardonnay in the US for each of those years.

 
Region: Sonoma County, California, USA
Winemaker: Randy Ullom
Availability: All states, on-premise only
Website: www.kj.com
 
 

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La Crema

La Crema

La Crema

Over 30 years of experience working with chardonnay and pinot noir have established La Crema as a winery of consistent quality. La Crema produces wines from top cool-climate appellations to include; Russian River Valley, Sonoma Coast, Monterey and most recently Willamette. The unifying factors of all these sites are their cool, windy climates and marine-based soils.

La Crema's vineyards are all harvested by hand in the cooler morning hours. The winemaking techniques are primarily traditional with modern enhancements to ensure that the wines are true to both the variety and the terroir. Chardonnays are whole-cluster pressed and fermented and aged in French oak on the lees with bi-monthly battonage to add texture and complexity. The Pinot Noirs are cold soaked for five to eight days before fermentation in small, open-top fermenters and aged in a combination of new and used French oak barrels. As with the Chardonnay, La Crema's Pinot Noirs are pure, accurate and reflective of their origin.

Outstanding vineyard sources, limited yields and artisanal wine making produce wines that receive high acclaim.

 
Region: Sonoma Valley, California
Winemaker: Craig McAlister
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Mt Brave

Mt Brave

Mt Brave

Founded in 2007, Mt. Brave is a tribute to the pioneering spirit of those who settled the rugged terrain of Mount Veeder during the 1800s and pays homage to the native Wappos, “the brave ones,” who were the original inhabitants of this extraordinary place.

Mt. Brave produces staggeringly intense and complex wines from its high-altitude estate vineyard in the Mount Veeder AVA located in the Mayacamas Mountains. First planted to grapes in the 1860s, this wild and isolate winegrowing region features panoramic views and some of the lowest yields in all of the Napa Valley. Despite being the largest AVA in Napa Valley, Mount Veeder produces less than 2% of all its wines.

The Mt. Brave vineyard is famous for its rugged terrain and steep slopes, where extreme conditions require that all work in the vineyard be done by hand. Thin, gravelly loam soils with rocks large and small force the vines to develop deep roots. High above the fog, the vineyard sits at between 425 and 550 metres, where nutrient poor, thin soils barely hold water, resulting in tiny berries with intense flavor. While Mount Veeder is cooler because of its elevation, it’s the first to see the early morning sun. This extended sun exposure helps ripen the tannins.

 
Region: Napa Valley, California
Winemaker: Chris Carpenter
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Silver Palm

Silver Palm

Silver Palm

Located north of San Francisco, California’s North Coast region is spread across six counties, including all of Napa, Sonoma and Mendocino. Utilizing fruit from some of the North Coast’s most prestigious vineyards, Silver Palm produces Cabernet Sauvignon, Chardonnay and Zinfandel that are best described as quintessentially Californian. Using cutting-edge and traditional artisan winemaking techniques, winemaker Ben Salazar meticulously fashions this superb fruit into delicious wines.

 
Region: North Coast, California
Winemaker: Ben Salazar
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Stonestreet Estate Vineyards

Stonestreet Estate Vineyards

Stonestreet Estate Vineyards

Stonestreet Estate Vineyards stands as one of the most extensive mountain estates in the world and is a testament to the quality of high-elevation winegrowing in California. Here one finds a collection of distinctive single vineyard Cabernet Sauvignon, Chardonnay and Sauvignon Blanc - wines carved from an extreme landscape.

Planted high atop Black Mountain, Stonestreet Estate Vineyards is located in the eastern portion of the Alexander Valley AVA. Climbing from 120 to 730 metres above sea level, the estate is a patchwork of peaks, valleys and ridges defined by high elevations, volcanic soils and cool maritime breezes.

From top to bottom, the property possesses more than 20 soil types and 20 temperature zones. To ensure the utmost quality and authenticity, the estate is divided into 235 separate vineyard blocks and sub-blocks. Each section has its own specific rootstocks, varieties, clones and viticultural protocols matched to the complexities of the terrain.

From these divergent terroirs, winemaker Lisa Valtenbergs crafts site-specific single vineyard wines each harvest.

 
Region: Alexander Mountain, Sonoma County, California
Winemaker: Lisa Valtenbergs
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Plumm

Plumm

Plumm

The Plumm team believes that wine is for everyone and that enjoying it is your right rather than your privilege. Plumm is born and bred in Australia, family owned with a young, innovative team passionate about wine glassware. Plumm glassware was developed in consultation with the world's leading winemakers, sommeliers, wine judges and writers, Plumm's five innovative and beautiful glasses are all you need to enjoy any style of wine. Manufactured in Europe from premium crystal, each product is a result of months of testing and trial to ensure that correct size, weighting, optimum functionality and durability were achieved.

Plumm is currently available in over 450 restaurants around Australia. These include: Vue De Monde, Jacques Reymond, Dandelion, Chin Chin, Quay, Steel Bar & Grill, Bills, Coast, Longrain, Sentinel Bar and Grill, Guillaume, Belvedere Bar n Grill, Gusto Da Gianni, Concubine, Mesa Lunga, The Louise.

Matt Skinner - Best Young International Wine Writer 2012 by the Grande Cru d'Italia, Wine Consultant and Plumm Ambassador.

 
Availability: All states
Website: www.plumm.com
 
 

Evian

Evian

Evian

Evian water has more than two centuries of rich history. It takes its name from the charming little town of Evian-Les-Bains on the edge of Lake Geneva.

Evian is a geological miracle, born in the heart of the French Alps, naturally perfect. Evian is a Still Natural Mineral Water; always bottled at the source it is completely untouched by man until the consumer drinks it. It never involves any chemical treatment or filtration.

The natural filtration process takes 15 years, producing a water that is perfectly pure and of balanced mineral composition. This Alpine purity, with perfect mineral composition, has led to its being recommended by Chefs and Sommeliers all over the world.

Evian is the number 1 Still Natural Mineral Water in the world, sold in over 150 countries. Evian continuously nourishes its youthful spirit through innovation and creativity.

 
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Website: www.evian.com
 
 

Badoit

Badoit

Badoit

This major sparkling water brand is much-loved by the French. Badoit brings over two centuries of pleasure and sophistication to every meal. Originally acknowledged for its exceptional properties in the 18th Century, Badoit was recognised in 1778 by King Louis XVI's physician as having virtues that "enhance the appetite, soothe digestion and lift the spirit". Resolutely traditional, Badoit knows how to reinvent itself; its bottles are increasingly elegant, and highlight this unique product. Choosing to enjoy Badoit fine bubbles means making each meal a special occasion.

 
Region: France
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