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  • Albert Mann

    This well regarded Alsace domaine is run by two brothers, Maurice and Jacky Barthelmé in the village of Wettolsheim, near Colmar.

    They have 19 hectares in all, but five of these are in five different Grand Cru vineyards and a further two are in Lieux-dits.

  • Bodegas Roda

    Bodegas RODA was conceived and initiated in the late 1980's by the Rollant-Daurella (Ro-Da) family of Barcelona.

    Bodegas Roda wines are among some of the best wines in the world according to the most important national and international experts.

  • Chateau Magrez Fombrauge

    Production6’000 bottles ;

    Surface : 3 ha ;

    Wine variety : 80% merlot, 20% cabernet franc;

    Best vintages : 2010, 2009, 2005, 2003, 2001, 2000.

  • Clos L'Eglise

    Production : 20’000 bottles ;

    Surface : 6 ha ;

    Wine variety : 60% merlot, 40% cabernet franc;

    Best vintages : 2010, 2009, 2005, 2001, 2000, 1998.

  • Didier Dagueneau

    Didier Dagueneau was recognised as a brilliant winemaker and the best producer in the appelation.

    Dagueneau estate makes four different dry white wines, all Pouilly Fumes.

    The basic wine is the En Chailloux, a blend from several vineyards, which is softer and easier drinking. Next up in quality is Buisson Renard, more flinty in style, but still round, and more ageworthy.

    The remaining two wines are both superstars from single vineyards, and are barrel fermented. Both come from slate soils with one being called Silex, and the other known as Pur Sang (the french for thoroughbred - a reference to the horse tilling).

  • domaine Siro Pacenti

    Siro Pacenti bought his estate and planted his first vines in 1970, all of which still thrive today. The property is north of Montalcino, in Pelagrilli, and overlooks Siena with 22 hectares of Sangiovese in fresh, clay soils. In 1988, Giancarlo Pacenti took over operations at the winery, producing the first Rosso and Brunello di Montalcino that same year.

    he wines are elegant and aromatic. In Piancornello, the vineyards grow in more minerally and pebbly soils atop ground rock. The climate here is also hotter, resulting in more structured, potent wines with the sweet, round tannins typical of Sangiovese.

  • Falesco

    Two of Italy’s most acclaimed winemakers, brothers Riccardo and Renzo Cotarella, founded Falesco in 1979.

    The result is a complete portfolio of wines that consumers and critics alike have recognized as exhibiting extreme value and Best of Class offerings.

  • Il Conventino

    Il Conventino, one of a handful of wineries in Montepulciano that produce organically farmed grapes, was recently awarded the coveted Tre Bicchieri status from the Italian guide, Gambero Rosso.

    The winery makes a series of wines including a Rosato, a Rosso di Montepulciano, Vino Nobile di Montepulciano, Vino Nobile di Montepulciano Riserva, as well as a white wine, Grappa, Vino Santo, and also an olive oil.

  • Nicolas Joly

    Jasper Morris: "Coulée de Serrant is a remarkable estate and is one of only 3 single estate appellations within France today (the other 2 being Romanée Conti and Château-Grillet). Its sheltered, southwest-facing vineyard is an ancient monastic vineyard and is located within the boundaries of the Savennières Appellation. The 7 hectares of vines have been farmed on biodynamic lines since 1982 and owner Nicolas Joly is one of the most passionate advocates of this controversial approach to viticulture. This wine is fermented and matured in wood and is bottled after a very light and delicate filtration. This is one of the greatest dry white wines in France - it needs at least 5 years bottle age and wines from the best vintages will last and last."

  • Passopisciaro

    When Passopisciaro founder, Andrea Franchetti visited Sicily in 2000, his keen eye picked out abandoned vineyards on the northern side of Mount Etna with the unique characteristics of high-elevation terraces of highly varied black, lava soils.

    Franchetti’s first project Tenuta di Trinoro was already a financial success and the makings of a critical darling by pioneering the Val d’Orcia region of southern Tuscany.

    The first wine produced at Passopisciaro was a Nerello Mascalese; brilliant ruby in color, with a perfume of great elegance, extraordinary mineral depth that characterizes the great wines of Etna.

  • Paul Lato

    Paul Lato’s story is as exceptional as his wines.

    Born in Poland, Lato was a successful sommelier in Toronto, but harbored a dream of becoming a winemaker. After short stints working for Jim Clendenen (proprietor of famed California Pinot pioneer Au Bon Climat) and as a cellar-rat at Bien Nacido, Lato began making his own wines in 2002 with a scant 500 cases of Pinot Noir and Syrah (two notoriously difficult grapes to work with). Fast forward two decades, including a chance meeting with Robert Parker, some fortuitously-timed help from Thomas Keller and Paul Lato Winery is now widely considered one of California’s top producers of Burgundian and Rhone varietals.

    Producing from a number of superb vineyard sites across California’s Central Coast, Lato’s wines routinely garner mid- to high-90s scores from many of the wine world’s most revered critics (including Jeb Dunnuck and Antonio Galloni).

  • Pio Cesare

    The Pio Cesare winery was founded in 1881 by our great-grandfather Cesare Pio. He was one of the very first wine producers to believe in the great potential and quality of Barolo, Barbaresco, Barbera and in the other great wines of Piemonte.

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