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9.5 Cold Wine

9.5 Cold Wine is the result of an encounter between nature and technology, flavour and fun, pleasure and moderation. With a nod to moderate alcohol consumption, the Nine Dot Five name b[...] Read more
 
 

AA Badenhorst Family Wines

Andre Adriaan (Adi) Badenhorst grew up in vineyards and as a child he was often to be found stealing grapes from the vines of some of South Africa’s best known wine producers. Wine cert[...] Read more
 
 

Acústic Celler

Albert Jané Ubeda is a man who hears the music of his vineyards. For him the greatest acoustic music requires no electronic manipulation and he uses this same hands off approach in his [...] Read more
 
 

Anna Maria Abbona

Anna Maria Abbona is a superb estate based in the hills close to the town of Dogliani. Anna Maria herself is a delightful lady whose charm and passion is very much reflected in her w[...] Read more

 
 

Antonini Ceresa

Sitting in Crocetta Del Montello at the crossroads of two important DOCG wine producing regions in Treviso, the establishment of the substantial Antonini Ceresa winery over fifty years [...] Read more
 
 

Antonio Costantini - Abbruzzo

It was back in 1910 that the Costantini family began wine-making in the Abruzzo since which time their passion and dedication have never wavered. Using the best of tradition passed d[...] Read more

 
 

Astoria Vini

Brothers Paolo and Giorgio Polegato, members of the same winemaking family behind Antonini Ceresa Vini, set up Astoria Vini in 1987. Astoria wines are mainly produced from grapes grown [...] Read more
 
 

Bascand Estate

In the 1800s, Master Mariner Charles Stephen Bascand captained the steamer SS Waipara around the shores of New Zealand before settling with his family and purchasing land on th[...] Read more
 
 

Bladen Wines

With a young family and a caravan in tow, Christine and David Macdonald set off on a tour of New Zealand to find the perfect spot to plant a vineyard and to establish what would end up [...] Read more
 
 

Bird in Hand Wines

Based in the Adelaide Hills region of South Australia, the Bird in Hand Winery is built on the site of an old gold mine and immediately prior to its creation it was a fairly run down[...] Read more

 
 

Bodegas Añadas - Cariñena - Care Wines

Bodegas Añadas can be found at the heart of the resurgent Spanish D.O. Cariñena in the region of Aragon close to the town of Zaragoza. It is the oldest D.O. of the regio[...] Read more

 
 

Gin

Gin is becoming so very popular these days that we thought it was about time we had a look at exactly what all the fuss is about. Guess what? We love the stuff too!

We've been[...] Read more

 
 

Bodega Toneles

Bodega Los Toneles was founded by the Armando family in 1922 and its industrial revolution-inspired architecture today reflects its desire to find the perfect balance between technology[...] Read more
 
 

Bodegas Cusiné

Bodegas Cusiné, owned and run by the Cusiné family of Parés Baltà, makes Paco Molina Cava from traditional grape varieties grown in the higher and middle reaches of the Penedès. These a[...] Read more
 
 

Bodegas Osca

Bodegas Osca is based is the region of Somontano which lies in the foothills of the Pyrenees and boasts rich landscapes and a unique climate, ideal for grape growing. Mediterranean i[...] Read more

 
 

Bodegas Pedro Escudero

The Bodegas Pedro Escudero is situated in the heart of the Rueda DO on the outskirts of the village of La Seca. A new 2600 square metre winery with the latest equipment is employed to p[...] Read more
 
 

Bodegas San Cebrin

At the very heart of the Rioja Alta, on the banks of the rivers Ebro and Najerilla, lies the small town of San Asensio that has long been noted for the high quality of wines that come f[...] Read more
 
 

Bodegas Señorío De Arana

Although the Santiago family, owners of Señorío de Arana and Viña del Oja, have been growing grapes in the Rioja region for over one hundred years, the bodega was only founded in the 19[...] Read more
 
 

Bodega & Vinedos Mi Terruno

A true family enterprise which dates back to 1960. Originally the Baigerria family bought and planted vineyards in some of Argentina's top growing regions until in 2004 they started [...] Read more

 
 

Bouchard Finlayson

Walker Bay is between Cape Point and Cape Agulhas, the southernmost tip of Africa, and the Bouchard Finlayson Estate lies in the Hemel-en-Aarde (literally the Heaven and Earth) Valley, [...] Read more
 
 

Bremerton

Langhorne Creek is unique in that it sits on the rich soil of the Bremer River flood plain. Fresh, cool evening breezes from Lake Alexandrina provide a microclimate of mild to warm summ[...] Read more
 
 

Brunel De La Gardine

The Brunel family has returned to its négociant heritage with the Brunel De La Gardine collection. This allows them to offer wines from a wide range of both Southern and Northern Rhône [...] Read more
 
 

Cantina Fratelli Pardi

Cantina Fratelli Pardi was established in 1919 by brothers Alfredo, Francesco and Alberto Pardi, and at that time the winery was housed in the ground floor of the San Marco hospital, wi[...] Read more
 
 

Casa Girelli

Casa Girelli is a negotiant company based in Trento in Northern Italy. Founded in the latter part of the ninetennth century, they are now recognised as being one of the foremost brok[...] Read more

 
 

Catherine Marshall Wines

Catherine Marshall, one of the original South African Garagistes, has evolved to become a premium artisanal producer of fine wines. Catherine’s winemaking philosophy is to create wines [...] Read more
 
 

Cave des Vignerons de Buxy

The Cave de Vignerons de Buxy is one of the great Cooperative cellars of Burgundy based in the village of the same name in the Cotes Chalonnaise.The cellar itself has around 120 memb[...] Read more

 
 

Champagne Boizel

The story of Champagne Boizel is the story of five generations of the Boizel family and their inextricable link to their vineyards. In 1831, Auguste Boizel married Julie Mar[...] Read more
 
 

Champagne Bollinger

The story began with Athanase de Villermont, the youngest son of a noble family with a brilliant destiny. A great soldier who shone during the American War of Independence, he inherited[...] Read more
 
 

Champagne Guy Charlemagne

Champagne Guy Charlemagne is situated in the heart of the Cote des Blancs in the village of Le Mesnil sur Oger. As father to son wine growers since 1892, they only harvest and vinify[...] Read more

 
 

Champagne Krug

Joseph Krug was born in 1800 in the German town of Mainz, part of France’s Napoleonic empire at the time. Growing up at the heart of the Moselle, he was exposed early on to a winegrowin[...] Read more
 
 

Champagne Pannier

In 1899, Louis-Eugène Pannier began the story of Champagne Pannier at Dizy, just outside Epernay. With time and excellent workmanship, the brand earned its reputation and began a new ch[...] Read more
 
 

Champagne Perrier-Jouët

The story begins in 1811, one year after the marriage of Pierre-Nicolas Perrier and Rose-Adélaïde Jouët. He was twenty-five and she eighteen, and their qualities neatly complemented one[...] Read more
 
 

Champagne Pol Roger

Pol Roger made his first sale of wine in January 1849. Family circumstances forced him to set up a business after his father, a notary, contracted an incurable disease and could no long[...] Read more
 
 

Champagne Veuve Doussot

The Joly family has been growing vines in the heart of the Champagne region for over a century. In the early 1970s, Georges Joly and his sons created the Veuve Doussot brand, named in h[...] Read more
 
 

Château Bernadotte

In 1997, Château Pichon Longueville Comtesse de Lalande acquired Château Bernadotte in the Commune of Saint Sauveur which borders the Pauillac appellation to the west. Château Bernadott[...] Read more
 
 

Château Branaire-Ducru

Dating back to 1680, Château Branaire-Ducru was originally part of the massive Beychevelle estate. When the owner of Beychevelle passed away, he left behind a huge vineyard that was ser[...] Read more
 
 

Château Calon Ségur

An air of eternity permeates Calon Ségur. Perhaps because it is one of the oldest estates in the Médoc, or perhaps because its most emblematic owner, the Marquis de Ségur, built an abso[...] Read more
 
 

Château Canet

A traditional 19th century wine estate, today Château Canet is recognised as one of the leading domaines of the Minervois region in the heart of Languedoc-Roussillon. The 45 [...] Read more
 
 

Château Canon-La-Gaffelière

The von Neipperg family is descended from a noble line dating back to the Holy Roman Empire. This family has included great soldiers and illustrious diplomats throughout the centuries, [...] Read more
 
 

Château Caronne Sainte Gemme

The vineyards of Caronne Ste Gemme are located in the central Médoc, near Saint-Laurent-Médoc, not very far from Château Camensac, Château Belgrave and Château La Tour Carnet to the nor[...] Read more
 
 

Château Cissac

According to legend, one that is borne out by the existence of several ancient remains, the magnificent 18th century charterhouse that is the Château Cissac of today was built on the re[...] Read more
 
 

Château Clamens

Château Clamens in Fronton has quietly established itself as a reference point for the wines of the South West of France. It is the heir to a long tradition of enthusiastic winemakers, [...] Read more
 
 

Château Clerc Milon

A legendary terroir, prestigious neighbours, a providential encounter: the history and the success of Château Clerc Milon are summed up in these three words. The terroir is that of Paui[...] Read more
 
 

Château Cos D'Estournel

Born in 1762 during the reign of Louis XV and living until 1853 under the rule of Napoleon III at the remarkable age of 91, Louis Gaspard D’Estournel had one sole passion: Cos. Having i[...] Read more
 
 

Château De La Gardine

The winemaking history of the Brunel family dates back to the 17th century, although it wasn't until 1945 that Gaston Brunel, a famous négociant, acquired the Château De La Gardine in C[...] Read more
 
 

Château Dereszla

The Dereszla winery has one of the richest histories of any in the Tokaj Region. Indeed, the very history of Hungary itself can be traced through the cellar’s past. The first written re[...] Read more
 
 

Château Du Barry

Roughly 20 miles from the city of Bordeaux rests the quiet little village of Guillac. In this hamlet of less than 200 residents lies the 75 acre Château Du Barry. On the estate’s clay a[...] Read more
 
 

Château Ducru-Beaucaillou

Château Ducru-Beaucaillou is named after the beautiful, large stones that characterise its unique Garonne or Günz gravel soil. The "Ducru" part of the name was added in 1795, when the p[...] Read more
 
 

Château Famaey

Although it dates back to 1850, the story of Château Famaey today is that of Luc Luyckx and Marc van Antwerpen, a pair of courageous Belgians who share the same dream: to produce great [...] Read more
 
 

Château-Fuissé

The Château-Fuissé has a rich history, with parts of the main house dating back to the 15th century. The estate has been in the hands of the Vincent family since 1862, and fifth generat[...] Read more
 
 

Château Gloria

While many Bordeaux châteaux have long and illustrious histories, that is not the case with Château Gloria. In fact, it’s a relatively new estate in Saint-Julien when compared to [...] Read more
 
 

Château Grand-Puy Ducasse

In the middle of the 17th century, Arnaud Ducasse bought a small house, on the banks of the Gironde estuary, from Jacques de Ségur, Seigneur of Lafite. He could hardly have imagined tha[...] Read more
 
 

Château Grand-Puy-Lacoste

Archives recounting the family history of Grand-Puy-Lacoste date back to the 16th century. The first recorded owner was M. de Guiraud, a member of the Bordeaux Parliament. The estate wa[...] Read more
 
 

Château Haut-Colombier

At the southern end of the Côtes De Blaye, the 400 year old Château Haut-Colombier is in the village of Cars, situated on one of the highest hills of the area, overlooking [...] Read more
 
 

Château Haut-Peyrous

For generations, the Darroze family has been on the quest of authenticity, pleasure and perfection in both their gastronomical and viticultural activities. It all started at the beginni[...] Read more
 
 

Château Ksara

The history of Château Ksara dates back to 1857, when a determined group of Jesuit monks decided to make a wine like no other. Although their wines were mainly made for use in religious[...] Read more
 
 

Château La Bourrée

Located in the little Aquitaine village of Saint-Magne-De-Castillon, Château La Bourrée is a relatively small estate of less than 25 acres. Like many of Bordeaux’s smaller properties, i[...] Read more
 
 

Château La Varière

Winemaking at Château La Varière dates back to the 15th century. Situated next to the village of Brissac-Quincé in Anjou, it was originally built as a seigneury in the middle ages hence[...] Read more
 
 

Château Laballe

In 1820, Jean-Dominique Laudet returned from twenty years of spice trading in the Caribbean and decided to fulfill his dream: to spend the rest of his life producing Armagnac, the oldes[...] Read more
 
 

Château Labégorce

Gorsse (or Gorce) is a very old family name from the Guienne area of southwest France that spread throughout the Médoc region in the Middle Ages. Several Gorsse families lived in Margau[...] Read more
 
 

Château Lascombes

Since the 17th century, there have been ten successive generations of owners, each of them leaving their own particular mark on the history of Château Lascombes. Along the way, there ha[...] Read more
 
 

Château Léoville Las Cases

One of the oldest Médoc estates, Domaine De Léoville belonged to some of the wealthiest and most influential noble French families before it was acquired by the Las Cases family. During[...] Read more
 
 

Château Mazeyres

Château Mazeyres, in the heart of Libourne, is very closely linked to the history of Pomerol. Its plateau was served by two main routes, one of which was used many centuries ago by the [...] Read more
 
 

Château Montrose

The story of Château Montrose, written by three families of owners over two centuries, is a reflection of their spirit, marked by their pursuit of excellence and by legendary vintages. [...] Read more
 
 

Château Musar

Château Musar has heritage. Grapevines have been cultivated in Lebanon's Bekaa Valley for over 6000 years and the Hochar family arrived in the region in the twelfth century, although it[...] Read more
 
 

Château Pavillon Beauregard

The owners of Château Beauregard in Pomerol also own the 8 hectare Château Pavillon Beauregard estate in Lalande-De-Pomerol. The vineyards are spread over two sites in Lalande de Pomero[...] Read more
 
 

Château Pichon Longueville Comtesse De Lalande

The Pichon Longueville estate dates back to 1688. The property takes its name from one of its earliest owners, Jacques de Pichon-Longueville, who received the estate as part of a dowry [...] Read more
 
 

Château Pontac-Lynch

The 10 hectare Château Pontac-Lynch enjoys a privileged location in the heart of the Margaux appellation. Neighbouring the famous Château Margaux, with Châteaux Palmer and Rauzan to the[...] Read more
 
 

Château Pontet-Canet

In the early 18th century the royal governor of the Médoc, Jean-François De Pontet, purchased and combined several plots of vineyards in Pauillac. Years later, his descendants acquired [...] Read more
 
 

Château Pontet Plaisance

This small property has just 3 hectares of vineyard right in the heart of the Saint-Émilion appellation. It is a family property that reflects their great desire to make exceptional win[...] Read more
 
 

Château Saint-Roch

In 1998, with a desire to fully explore and express the potential of the Lirac terroir, the Brunel family (of Château De La Gardine in Châteauneuf Du Pape) bought the forty hectare Chât[...] Read more
 
 

Château Sansonnet

Located at the east end of Saint-Émilion, on the highest point of the plateau, Château Sansonnet is neighbour to a number of the great classified growth Bordeaux properties. The Marquis[...] Read more
 
 

Château Suduiraut

Although winegrowing in the Sauternes region can be traced back to Roman times, there is unquestionably a Dutch influence in the emergence of these wines. In the 17th century, Dutch mer[...] Read more
 
 

Château Terre Bleue

Château Terre Bleue is a petit château with 13 hectares of vines in Montagne Saint-Émilion, and the wine is a blend of Merlot, Cabernet Franc and a dash of Malbec.
 
 

Château Tour Des Gendres

Vincenzo De Conti came from Italy and settled in the southwest of France with his wife and children in 1925. In 1956, his son, Primo De Conti, took over the family farm with his wife Mi[...] Read more
 
 

Château Viranel

Situated in the foothills of the Massif Central in Languedoc-Roussillon, Château Viranel lies at the heart of the Saint-Chinian appellation. One of the most influential features of the [...] Read more
 
 

Ciabot Berton

The Oberto family can trace its origins back at least as far as 1200, when the Germanic surname of Obertus first appeared in a La Morra land register, and there are records of the same [...] Read more
 
 

Coriole Vineyards

Coriole Vineyards was founded by Hugh and Molly Lloyd in 1967. It is still owned by the Lloyd family and it is now managed by Mark and Paul Lloyd.

The estate sits in the undulati[...] Read more
 
 

Corte Adami

The Corte Adami estate was created in 1984 by father and son Angelo and Andrea Adami. The Adami family had cultivated vines in Soave and Valpolicella for generations, supplying grapes t[...] Read more
 
 

costantini vini

It was back in 1910 that the Costantini family began wine-making in the Abruzzo since which time their passion and dedication have never wavered. Using the best of tradition passed d[...] Read more

 
 

Darling Cellars

1996 heralded a new era for the Darling region of South Africa with the establishment of a new privately owned winery: Darling Cellars. With its unique terroir and the demarcation of th[...] Read more
 
 

DeMorgenzon

DeMorgenzon was originally a section of Uiterwyk, one of the oldest farms in South Africa. DeMorgenzon, “the morning sun”, was so named because it is the first part of the Stellenbosch [...] Read more
 
 

Didier Desvignes Domaine Du Calvaire De Roche-Grès

This Beaujolais estate is the property of the aptly named Desvignes ("of the vines") family. Given the historic local tradition of assigning surnames according to the head of a family’s[...] Read more
 
 

Domaine Alain Chavy

Few villages in the Côte d’Or are as famous as Puligny-Montrachet, home to some of the world’s most acclaimed vineyards. Surprisingly, only a small number of the wines bearing the name [...] Read more
 
 

Domaine des 2 Moulins - Anjou

For 4 generations, winemaking has been at the heart of this estate. Daniel Macault took over the running of his family estate back in 1989  and today there are more than 72 hectares [...] Read more

 
 

Domaine Cottebrune

Domaine Cottebrune is owned and run by Pierre Gaillard of Côte Rotie and Condrieu fame. The estate's 10 hectares overlook the Béziers plain, and 5 of these hectares are given over to pr[...] Read more
 
 

Domaine Coudert

The Clos De La Roilette, in the village of Fleurie, covers nine hectares of one of the best slopes in the Beaujolais Crus. The clos has an eastern exposure, it borders the Moulin-à-Vent[...] Read more
 
 

Domaine De La Coume Du Roy

Domaine De La Coume Du Roy is one of the oldest wineries in Maury, it was founded in 1850 and it has since been managed by six generations of the same family. In 1998, Agnès and Jean-Fr[...] Read more
 
 

Domaine De La Croix

Established in 1882, Domaine De La Croix covers an area of 180 hectares, of which 100 hectares are planted with vines in the Cru Classé of Provence. Located at the foot of the village o[...] Read more
 
 

Domaine De L'Arlot

Domaine De L'Arlot was created by Jean-Pierre De Smet as recently as 1987, with financing from the insurance company AXA. Jean-Pierre was a disciple of Jacques Seysses at Domaine Dujac [...] Read more
 
 

Domaine Drouhin-Laroze

Domaine Drouhin Laroze is based in Gevrey-Chambertin where it has holdings in many of the best Premier and Grand Cru vineyards including Clos Vougeot, Musigny and Bonnes Mares. It is an[...] Read more
 
 

Domaine Du Bicheron

Domaine Du Bicheron is located in Péronne, in the department of Saône Et Loire in southern Burgundy. This is a small village of about 580 people, lying about 20km north of Mâcon. The do[...] Read more
 
 

Domaine Du P'tit Paradis

The tiny 3.45 hectare Domaine Du P'tit Paradis has been run by Denise Margerand for nearly thirty years and the estate certainly lives up to its name. Situated amongst a sea of vines in[...] Read more
 
 

Domaine Fontaine-Gagnard

Domaine Fontaine-Gagnard was born in 1985 from the vineyard holdings of the Gagnard-Delagrange estate which was divided between two daughters when they married. Each of the Gagnard daug[...] Read more
 
 

Domaine Fontanel - Maury

This exceptional domaine based in Tautavel in the foothills of the Pyrenees is making superb wines in all styles. Winemaking at the domaine can be traced back for 6 generations but n[...] Read more

 
 

Domaine Gaillard

When he was 12 years old, Pierre Gaillard was caught plowing a neighbour’s vineyard with a horse. Unsurprisingly, he went on to study viticulture and oenology in Beaune, obtaining a gra[...] Read more
 
 

Domaine Georges Roumier

Domaine Georges Roumier is one of the longest-established estate bottling domaines in the Côte D'Or. And one of the very best of all.

The nucleus of Domaine Georges Roumier lies [...] Read more
 
 

Domaine Horgelus

Domaine Horgelus is situated on the sunny hillsides of Gascony. This region, renowned for centuries thanks to its Armagnac, is now one of the most promising French wine appellations due[...] Read more
 
 

Domaine Hubert Brochard

In the early 1900s, Aimée Brochard took over the domaine from her father, raising a few goats to produce cheese and cultivating the vines with the help of her husband Hubert. Back then [...] Read more
 
 

Domaine Jean-Jacques Confuron

In 1988, Alain and Sophie Meunier took over the Jean-Jacques Confuron domaine at Premeaux-Prissey, close to Nuits-Saint-Georges. It had formerly belonged to Sophie’s father. They knew p[...] Read more
 
 

Domaine Jean-Marc Bouley

Thomas Bouley’s domaine, which has been in his family for four generations, now consists of 12 hectares in Volnay, Pommard and Beaune. The winery is located underneath his house on a st[...] Read more
 
 

Domaine Lucien Boillot

Pierre Boillot is a rare master of both the Côtes de Beaune and the Côtes de Nuits - not only does he have the vineyards but also the savoir-faire and the skill. Pierre inherit[...] Read more
 
 

Domaine Pascal Prunier-Bonheur

The fifth generation of a winegrowing family, Pascal Prunier-Bonheur took over the estate in 1983; it now operates 6 hectares of vines spread across Saint-Romain in Beaune through to Au[...] Read more
 
 

Domaine Rapet Père Et Fils

Domaine Rapet Père Et Fils' lineage can be traced back to at least 1765 thanks to a dated, silver tastevin much treasured by the family. Rapet is one of the most ancient families of the[...] Read more
 
 

Domaine Tollot-Beaut Et Fils

Very competently run by Nathalie Tollot, the 24 hectare Domaine Tollot-Beaut sits in the middle of Chorey-Lès-Beaune on the Rue Alexandre Tollot, named in honour of Nathalie’s great gra[...] Read more
 
 

Domaine Vrignaud

The Vrignaud family has worked its estate for five generations. The first vines were planted in 1955, and these still produce the premier cru Chablis Fourchaume Les Côtes De Fontenay to[...] Read more
 
 

Domaines Lupier

Domaines Lupier is run by Enrique Bastarte and Elisa Ucar who have a great passion for vines, soil and wine. For those indescribable bottles that are a joy to the senses and constitute [...] Read more
 
 

Dominio De Eguren

Dominio De Eguren is part of the Eguren family’s operation based in Rioja but, unlike their Sierra Cantabria labels, it makes wines from grapes grown in other regions of Spain.

T[...] Read more
 
 

Dominio Romano

Following a long history of passionate and dedicated winemaking in Penedès at the Parés Baltà estate and in Priorat at its Gratavinum property, the Cusiné family founded a new winery in[...] Read more
 
 

Elena Walch

As an architect in her 30s, Elena Walch married into the family of the largest vineyard owner in Alto Adige, Italy. She is a strong, driven woman and Werner Walch may not have known wha[...] Read more
 
 

Ernie Els Wines

Ernie Els Wines was established in 1999, and from the outset the intention was to produce world class wines that mirrored the quality of some of the world's greatest bottles he had been[...] Read more
 
 

Escarpment

Situated just 5 kilometres east of Martinborough village, Escarpment’s 24 hectares of vineyards lie on distinctive alluvial gravel, terraced land stretching out along the banks of the H[...] Read more
 
 

Forge Mill

Originally, the Forge Mill name was used for the wines of the Franschhoek co-operative, but it has evolved into a label used for specific wines selected from various regions of the Cape[...] Read more
 
 

Forrest

Doctors John and Brigid Forrest are Forrest, a small, very much hands-on producer of premium quality New Zealand wines. Forrest Wines is a family-owned business, unique in owning land i[...] Read more
 
 

G. H. Mumm Champagne

With a legacy of almost two centuries, the Champagne house of G.H. Mumm was established in 1827, and it still aspires to the original aims of the great Georges Hermann Mumm, one of the [...] Read more
 
 

Giuseppe Mascarello E Figlio

The family of Giuseppe Mascarello have been growing vines for more than a century and a half; first as farmers running the Manescotto estate in the village of La Morra for the Marchesa [...] Read more
 
 

Glenelly Estate

On the southern slopes of the Simonsberg Mountain, in the Ida's Valley of Stellenbosch, lies the Glenelly Estate. In 1682, Cape Governor Simon Van Der Stel ceded the land on which the G[...] Read more
 
 

Gratavinum

In 2003, Joan and Josep Cusiné, along with their wives Maria Elena Jiménez and Marta Casas (the winemakers at Parés Baltà), and winemaker Jordi Fernandez, started a new and exciting pro[...] Read more
 
 

Guardian Peak

Guardian Peak is one of the new generation of South African wineries producing wines that combine traditional European body and structure with New World fruit and exuberance. It is owne[...] Read more
 
 

Hollick

Ian Hollick is one of life's great characters! No matter when you meet him, two things are certain: you'll have a great laugh and you'll taste some pretty serious wines.

Hollick [...] Read more
 
 

Indaba

Leading the world in sustainability, South Africa is largely considered to be the greenest wine region on earth. Indaba wines are crafted in the Cape Floral Kingdom, the smallest, yet m[...] Read more
 
 

J & H Selbach Weinkellerei

J. & H. Selbach Weinkellerei is the négociant and broker arm of the Selbach-Oster estate, founded in 1920. Both belong to the Selbach family and both are managed with the same ethos[...] Read more
 
 

Kaapzicht Estate

Kaapzicht is a family owned and run wine estate in the Stellenbosch district of South Africa which is situated on the 34° south line of latitude. The name "Kaapzicht" translates as "Cap[...] Read more
 
 

Les Frères Couillaud

The history of Les Frères Couillaud begin in 1978, when the Couillaud brothers purchased Château De La Ragotière.

Château De La Ragotière was the home of the noble Loré de la Rag[...] Read more
 
 

Les Hauts De La Garrigue

Floris Lemstra of Château Canet fame also makes wines outside of his adopted home appellation of Minervois, and very good they are too. Produced from grapes grown around Carcassonne, th[...] Read more
 
 

Louis Roederer Champagne

When he inherited the Champagne house in 1833, the aesthete and entrepreneur Louis Roederer took a visionary approach to enriching his vines, aiming to master every stage of the wine’s [...] Read more
 
 

Luigi Righetti

Located in Valgatara, in the heart of the Valpolicella Classico region near Verona, the Luigi Righetti estate is a small, family run winery. Since 1909, when Angelo Righetti first earne[...] Read more
 
 

Lyme Bay Winery

Lyme Bay is an award-winning, creative winery based in Devon, supported by a growing and diverse team of passionate wine lovers, growers and makers.

Straying from the normal path[...] Read more
 
 

Maison Champy

Founded in 1720, Champy is probably the oldest negociant company in Burgundy. Champy has remained a small, family run business; its guiding principle is not to grow significantly but in[...] Read more
 
 

Maison Chanzy

Maison Chanzy is located in the village of Bouzeron in the heart of Burgundy, just 3 kilometers south of Chagny. Vines were first planted at the domaine by monks from the Abbey of Cluny[...] Read more
 
 

Maison Darragon

Maison Darragon is based in the hamlet of Sanzelle, between the village of Vouvray and the outskirts of the commune of Vernous-sur-Brenne. The 40 hectare estate is run by Pierre Darrago[...] Read more
 
 

Mas Carlot

Roman remains found near Mas Carlot are evidence of human presence in the area for over 2000 years. The current buildings date from the seventeenth century, but they were substantially [...] Read more
 
 

Moccagatta

The Moccagatta estate was established in 1952 by a family of viticulturists and it is named after the area in which it is located. Franco and Sergio Minuto, the present owners, are supp[...] Read more
 
 

Moët & Chandon Champagne

The legendary Moët & Chandon is celebrating 270 years as the world’s most loved Champagne. For over a quarter of a millennium, the renowned French winemaker has been sharing the mag[...] Read more
 
 

Mollydooker

Sparky Marquis was a successful professional photographer when his dad lined up the 5 kids in the family, and told them that if any of them were prepared to learn winemaking or viticult[...] Read more
 
 

Murphy Vineyards

The Murphy family (of Trentham Estate) has grown grapes in the Murray Dar[...] Read more
 
 

Parés Baltà

The history of Parés Baltà dates back to 1790, when the first vines were planted on the estate that now surrounds the winery. In 1978, Joan Cusiné Hill purchased the winery. Coming from[...] Read more
 
 

Paul Cluver

Based in South Africa's cool climate region of Elgin, the Paul Cluver winery is internationally acclaimed for producing wines of great elegance and finesse. The hallmark of Paul Cluver [...] Read more
 
 

Petits Chateaux Bordeaux

Although famous for many top end wines, Bordeaux produces large quantities of lesser wines which account for most of the volume made. Not all are good but when they are well made, they [...] Read more
 
 

Piancornello

"One of my favourite under-the-radar estates in Montalcino." - Antonio Galloni, September 2013

The Pieri Family purchased the estate vineyard at Piancornello in 1950, and sold fr[...] Read more
 
 

Pikes

The Pike Family patriach, Henry Pike, emigrated from Dorset to South Australia in 1878 aboard the HMS Oakland. He settled in the small town of Oakbank in the Adelaide Hills and, in 1886[...] Read more
 
 

Robert Sinskey Vineyards

Based in the Los Carneros and Stags Leap districts of the Napa and Sonoma Valleys, Robert Sinskey has grown his 100% organic and biodynamic certified winegrowing operation to over 200 a[...] Read more
 
 

Rolf Binder

Rolf Heinrich Binder and his wife, Franziska, arrived in Australia (from Austria and Hungary respectively) in 1950 as part of the large influx of post war immigration to Australia. By w[...] Read more
 
 

Rust En Vrede

Rust en Vrede was established in 1694 by the then Governor of the Cape, Willem Adrian van der Stel. It was originally a larger property but, in the early 1700s, it was divided into two [...] Read more
 
 

Rustenberg

The Rustenberg Estate stands on an impressive 880 hectares against the iconic Simonsberg Mountain in Stellenbosch, with a glimpse of Table Mountain in the distance. Of the 880 hectares,[...] Read more
 
 

San Giorgio A Lapi

San Giorgio A Lapi is located in Castelnuovo Berardenga in the Chianti Classico region, where the terrain, the climate, and the dedication and passion of those who work the estate are u[...] Read more
 
 

Scotto Family Cellars

In 1883, the Scotto family started moving west, from Italy to New York to California. During this multi-generation journey, there has been one constant - the Scottos were making wine so[...] Read more
 
 

Señorío De San Vicente

Señorío De San Vicente was founded by the Eguren family of Sierra Cantabria in 1991, in their search for a wine which showed the true character of Sonsierra's distinctive strain of the [...] Read more
 
 

Sierra Cantabria

Vinedos Y Bodegas Sierra Cantabria has been part of our family of wines for well over 20 years now and, whilst the range has evolved over this period, the quality has remained steadfast[...] Read more
 
 

Sipp Mack

The vineyards surrounding Hunawihr whisper the timeless story of the village’s intimate bond with the world of wine. Traditions passed down over the centuries seep from the timber-frame[...] Read more
 
 

Sol De Andes

In 1993, the founders of Sol De Andes embraced their dreams of taking full advantage of Chile's natural bounty to make great wines and founded their estate in the Maule Valley. The phil[...] Read more
 
 

Stanley Estates

With degrees in horticulture from the University of Bath, Steve Pellett and Bridget Ennals set off, in true intrepid explorer mode, to travel through Africa then back to the UK to work [...] Read more
 
 

Tenimenti Spinsanti - Monte Conero

The land for this boutique estate was purchased in 1973 by Adino Spinsanti but it wasn't until 1998 when his daughter, Catia, began producing wine. Situated in the hilly area of Came[...] Read more

 
 

Tenuta Cavalier Pepe

The Pepe family is an historic wine family from Irpinia in Campania, around 40 kilometers from Naples. With 55 hecatres of vines and 11 hectares of olive trees, they represent the tr[...] Read more

 
 

Tenuta La Marchesa

The Tenuta La Marchesa estate is one of the most beautiful in the Gavi area. It extends over 188 acres and includes with a historical villa, Gavi and Monferrato vineyards, woods and a p[...] Read more
 
 

Terra De Asorei

Terra De Asorei is an association of quality conscious grape growers in the Rías Baixas region of Galicia who have banded together to produce premium Albariño wines. With 70ha of 20 yea[...] Read more
 
 

Teso La Monja

Teso La Monja is the Eguren family's newest estate in the Toro region. Although based at Sierra Cantabria in La Rioja, the Eguren family fell in love with this land more than 15 years a[...] Read more
 
 

The Stellenbosch Reserve

Made by the winemaking team at Rust En Vrede, proprietor Jean Engelbrecht and winemaker Coenie Snyman have produced the sophisticated Stellenbosch Reserve range in homage to the town of[...] Read more
 
 

Trentham Estate

This family-owned, boutique winery is set right on the banks of the Murray River at Trentham Cliffs, just outside Mildura. The Murphy family arrived in Australia in 1909 from Ireland an[...] Read more
 
 

Valle Andino

Valle Andino wines are made by our friends at Sol De Andes in Chile, and it is a range that highlights the quality and synergy of specific areas and grape varieties. Taking advantage of[...] Read more
 
 

Vega Badenes

Vega Badenes is a modern Bodega based in La Mancha. It is just 15 years old yet in this time it has become one of the leaders in supplying high quality table wines in Spain.

H[...] Read more

 
 

Vieux Château Perey

Owned by Florence and Alain Xans, fourth generation winemakers at their estate, Vieux Château Perey is an excellent Saint-Émilion from a small property in Saint Sulpice De Faleyrens. On[...] Read more
 
 

Vigneti Le Monde

Le Monde is an area located between the banks of the Livenza and Meduna rivers, close to the border between the provinces of Treviso and Pordenone in northeastern Italy. The territory, [...] Read more
 
 

Viñedos De Páganos

Viñedos de Páganos is one of Sierra Cantabria's exclusive wineries, located in the village of Páganos in Rioja Alavesa amongst dolmens, archaeological sites and ancient chapels. Founded[...] Read more
 
 

Viñedos Sierra Cantabria

Viñedos Sierra Cantabria was born as the result of the Eguren family’s on-going quest for excellence in the world of Rioja; their ongoing endeavour to search for new flavours and to dis[...] Read more
 
 

Vini La Delizia

Established in 1931 as Cantina Sociale Cooperativa Destra Tagliamento, the company now known as Viticoltori Friulani La Delizia is the largest wine-making facility of the Friuli Venezia[...] Read more
 
 

Waipara Springs

Waipara Springs Winery is located in the heart of the Waipara Valley, a 45 minute drive north of Christchurch in Canterbury. The region's alkaline soils are part of a prehistoric lake b[...] Read more
 
 

Weingut Künstler

The Künstler estate winery has been a family-owned business since 1648. Until the end of World War II, the Künstler family ran its winery in Untertannowitz, a village 80km north of the [...] Read more
 
 

Weingut Selbach-Oster

The prestigious Weingut Selbach-Oster has been owned by the Selbach family since 1600 and they have been making wine there for over 400 years. The steep slopes produce top quality Riesl[...] Read more
 
 

Wooing Tree Vineyard

Owned by Stephen and Thea Farquharson and Stephen's sister and brother-in-law, Jane and Geoff Bews, Wooing Tree is a family owned and run single vineyard site. They are originally all f[...] Read more
 
 

Zanasi - Societa Agricola

This excellent estate from close to the city of Modena traces it's roots back to 1883 when the company founder Luigi Zanasi was born. He was soon working the land for a local landown[...] Read more