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aging_c:12 months in French
aging_c:Hungarian & American oak.
Awards_C:2016 â?? Top 100 Wine Merchant Magazine 2016 â?? 5 stars Harpers Wine Stars (Star of Chile
Awards_C:Commended Medal Winner - Sommelier Wine Awards 2017
Awards_C:Decanter World Wine Awards 2021 Gold (2017 Vintage)
Awards_C:Decanter World Wine Awards 2021 Silver (2019 Vintage) Decanter World Wine Awards 2020 Bronze (2018 Vintage)
Awards_C:Silver Medallist - IWSC 2019 Bronze Medallist - IWSC 2020 Silver Medallist - International Wine Challenge 2020 Silver Medallist - Decanter World Wine Awards 2020 Silver Medallist - Decanter World Wine Awards 2021 Bronze Medall...
Awards_C:Sommelier Wine Awards 2020 Silver (2017 Vintage)
Awards_C:Star of Central Valley
Awards_C:Star Taste) 2016 â?? International Wine and Spirit Challenge â?? IWSC Bronze Medal 2016 â?? Decanter Wine Awards â?? DWWA Bronze Medal 2015 â?? 4 stars Harpers Wine Stars
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FoodMatch_C: Perfect for seafood and pasta and of course- pecorino cheese!
FoodMatch_C:A brilliant partner to smoked salmon or goat's cheese salads.
FoodMatch_C:A brilliantly reviving aperitif for dark evenings and a great match for seafood
FoodMatch_C:a chicken tagine or a saffron-infused risotto Milanese.
FoodMatch_C:A classic apÃ©ritif
FoodMatch_C:a cold seafood platter.
FoodMatch_C:A delicious accompaniment to grilled meats
FoodMatch_C:A delicious apéritif but a match for light dishes - a simple charcuterie plate or grilled salmon and prawns.
FoodMatch_C:A delicious partner to shellfish
FoodMatch_C:A delicious partner to veal
FoodMatch_C:A dreamy aperitif or matched with shellfish
FoodMatch_C:A full bodied wine which will match roasted or grilled red meat
FoodMatch_C:A fuller-bodied Sauvignon which would work well with a vegetable pilaf
FoodMatch_C:A good match for chicken salads
FoodMatch_C:A good match for spicy pasta dishes
FoodMatch_C:A good pairing with grilled white meats
FoodMatch_C:A good partner for summer salads
FoodMatch_C:A great aperitif but also brilliant with
FoodMatch_C:A great match with roast lamb
FoodMatch_C:A great partner to grilled fish
FoodMatch_C:A highly refreshing aperitif wine. Great with salads and starters. Perfect match with grilled or poached fishes.
FoodMatch_C:A lovely apÃ©ritif
FoodMatch_C:A lovely apÃ©ritif or with fish
FoodMatch_C:A lovely aperitif! Great with white fish and creamy salmon dishes too.
FoodMatch_C:A match made in heaven with fresh seafood platters or oysters.
FoodMatch_C:A perfect accompaniment to chicken dishes
FoodMatch_C:A perfect apÃ©ritif
FoodMatch_C:A perfect partner to rare roast beef or blue cheese.
FoodMatch_C:A perfect partner to shellfish cocktail with classic marie rose sauce.
FoodMatch_C:A punchy red that will match roast lamb
FoodMatch_C:A refreshing aperitif but will also go well with chicken and especially fish dishes.
FoodMatch_C:a rich ragu enriched with chicken liver
FoodMatch_C:a succulent steak
FoodMatch_C:a succulent steak.
FoodMatch_C:A succulent wine made to be drunk with succulent meat like a slow roasted leg of lamb.
FoodMatch_C:A versatile white that will go beautifully with poultry or fish
FoodMatch_C:A versatile wine equally well suited to partner lobster and other seafood
FoodMatch_C:A white wine that will benefit from decanting. Serve with hake
FoodMatch_C:A wonderful all-rounder! Especially good with stir fried vegetables (particularly broccoli)
FoodMatch_C:also steaks and chargrilled meats.
FoodMatch_C:although it would happily partner hearty pastas and Mediterrannean dishes flavoured with tomatoes
FoodMatch_C:Amazing with a fillet of succulent beef.
FoodMatch_C:An dream with Peking duck
FoodMatch_C:An excellent choice for pasta
FoodMatch_C:An ideal aperitif for those that are more conscious about their alcohol consumption.
FoodMatch_C:and any rich hot-pot style meal.
FoodMatch_C:and of course with Lebanese food it is divine.
FoodMatch_C:and simple pasta dishes.
FoodMatch_C:and with fish - hot smoked trout or mackerel would work well.
FoodMatch_C:and with lovely expressions of red and purple fruits
FoodMatch_C:and would be lovely with fresh bread and cheese for an impromptu lunchtime picnic.
FoodMatch_C:Anything with chicken
FoodMatch_C:aromatic beef dishes
FoodMatch_C:aromatic chicken salads or crispy Chinese pork.
FoodMatch_C:As an apÃ©ritif
FoodMatch_C:as they do in Argentina
FoodMatch_C:as well as grilled meats and BBQs.
FoodMatch_C:Asian or spicy cuisine
FoodMatch_C:asparagus and hard cheese.
FoodMatch_C:baked fish and cold white meats.
FoodMatch_C:baked salmon and fruit tarts.
FoodMatch_C:barbecue beef & porcini mushrooms.
FoodMatch_C:barbecued chicken and spicy sausages.
FoodMatch_C:Barbecued red meat is this wine's dream partner!
FoodMatch_C:barbeques and grilled chicken salads.
FoodMatch_C:barbeques and seasoned dishes.
FoodMatch_C:bashed and barbecued with a sprinkling of rock salt and grilled veg.
FoodMatch_C:BBQ sausages or even with a hearty salad.
FoodMatch_C:Beef Fillet and Pork Loin.
FoodMatch_C:beef or stews.
FoodMatch_C:Being on the more mid-weight side of Pinot
FoodMatch_C:Best enjoyed on its own or with a salad of piquant grilled prawns.
FoodMatch_C:Best enjoyed with hearty
FoodMatch_C:Best served chilled
FoodMatch_C:Best served chilled with shellfish
FoodMatch_C:Big hearty casseroles and juicy meat dishes
FoodMatch_C:bluecheese and desserts with red fruits.
FoodMatch_C:boiled meat and savoury cheeses.
FoodMatch_C:Bollinger RosÃ© can be served for afternoon tea
FoodMatch_C:Brilliant with harcuterie
FoodMatch_C:but also recommended with light nibbles
FoodMatch_C:but this bubbly also goes well with a whole range of seafood
FoodMatch_C:calf's liver or a mushroom pasta dish. Hard cheeses would also suit.
FoodMatch_C:Can be enjoyed with or without food
FoodMatch_C:casseroles and grilled meats.
FoodMatch_C:casseroles or a classic shepherd's pie.
FoodMatch_C:chacrcuterie and soft cheeses.
FoodMatch_C:Champagne is a great counterpoint to spicy cuisine â?? try it with a good curry or Thai food. Lobster and oysters are classic pairings
FoodMatch_C:charcuterie and light salads.
FoodMatch_C:Cheese and chocolate puddings
FoodMatch_C:chicken and pasta.
FoodMatch_C:chicken and salads. Wonderful with Cape Malay curries
FoodMatch_C:chicken and spicy Asian inspired dishes.
FoodMatch_C:Chicken or turkey
FoodMatch_C:chicken or vegetable dishes
FoodMatch_C:chicken risotto or grilled herb-flavoured Mediterranean vegetable dishes.
FoodMatch_C:Chicken Salad or delicious with fish.
FoodMatch_C:Chicken with a creamy sauce
FoodMatch_C:chill lightly and serve with roasted or barbecued chicken or pork.
FoodMatch_C:Chinese and Thai cuisine.
FoodMatch_C:clam chowder and roasted chicken with lemon and thyme.
FoodMatch_C:Classic pairings include strawberries
FoodMatch_C:Classically served with fish or salad
FoodMatch_C:cold chicken or a couscous salad with tomatoes and black olives.
FoodMatch_C:crab and griddled prawns and the spices of Thai food.
FoodMatch_C:Crab or lobster in a rich butter sauce.
FoodMatch_C:crayfish and grilled lobster.
FoodMatch_C:creamy sauces. Blue cheeses and foie gras.
FoodMatch_C:Crumbed fish tacos with homemade slaw and lemon mayo.
FoodMatch_C:cured and smoked fish. Especially sushi. Many spicy dishes will work too- Thai
FoodMatch_C:cured ham and tapas.
FoodMatch_C:cured ham or sausage casserole.
FoodMatch_C:CuvÃ©e Belle Epoque is the perfect aperitif
FoodMatch_C:Decant and drink with roasted red meats and game.
FoodMatch_C:delicatessen meats and mature cheeses.
FoodMatch_C:Delicious served chilled as an aperitif
FoodMatch_C:Delicious with a variety of meats such as lamb
FoodMatch_C:Delicious with fattier steaks like ribeye and sirloin. Or slow-braised beef or venison.
FoodMatch_C:Delicious with fish and seafood
FoodMatch_C:Delicious with grilled cod with lemon butter and capers
FoodMatch_C:Delicious with Lamb
FoodMatch_C:Delicious with roasted and grilled red meats
FoodMatch_C:Delicious with Thai or fusion food
FoodMatch_C:Delightful with escargot de Bourgogne (snails) or roast chicken.
FoodMatch_C:Delightful with shellfish
FoodMatch_C:depth and structure. It needs a match that is equally weighty and powerful. T-Bone steak
FoodMatch_C:Drink as an aperitif
FoodMatch_C:Drink on its own
FoodMatch_C:Drink with grilled lamb chops
FoodMatch_C:Drink with Moroccan lamb tagine
FoodMatch_C:Drink with seafood
FoodMatch_C:Drink with your classic Sunday roast lamb!
FoodMatch_C:Drinks very nicely well chilled on its own
FoodMatch_C:duck in plum sauce or mature cheddar cheese.
FoodMatch_C:duck or goose or hearty stews.
FoodMatch_C:either on its own or served with slices of saucisson and fresh gougÃ¨res. Also the perfect choice to drink with summery salads.
FoodMatch_C:Emjoy with seafood or meaty barbecued king prawns.
FoodMatch_C:empanadas and dark chocolate.
FoodMatch_C:Enjoy as an aperitif or with rice dishes
FoodMatch_C:Enjoy as an aperitif or with smoked samlon.
FoodMatch_C:Enjoy chilled with grilled fish
FoodMatch_C:Enjoy on its own as an aperitif or as a companion to a light lunch.
FoodMatch_C:Enjoy on its own or with a range of appetizers
FoodMatch_C:Enjoy on its own or with light fish and salads
FoodMatch_C:Enjoy this wine with beef
FoodMatch_C:Enjoy warm risotto or seafood
FoodMatch_C:Enjoy with salmon
FoodMatch_C:Enjoy with BBQ dishes
FoodMatch_C:Enjoy with charcuterie
FoodMatch_C:Enjoy with chicken and spicy pork dishes
FoodMatch_C:Enjoy with crab linguine
FoodMatch_C:Enjoy with goats cheese salad or light chicken pasta dishes.
FoodMatch_C:Enjoy with honey glazed duck!
FoodMatch_C:Enjoy with lemon chicken
FoodMatch_C:Enjoy with pasta or pizza
FoodMatch_C:Enjoy with roast beef
FoodMatch_C:Enjoy with seafood or salyed almonds
FoodMatch_C:especially meatbased courses
FoodMatch_C:especially those that contain red peppers
FoodMatch_C:even Indian. Especially Asian cuisine.
FoodMatch_C:Excellect with Beef
FoodMatch_C:Excellent as an aperitif. It is a perfect accompaniment to hors-d?oeuvres and delicate first courses. Also wonderful with fish and shellfish.
FoodMatch_C:Excellent with Côte de Boeuf.
FoodMatch_C:Excellent with elaborate courses
FoodMatch_C:Excellent with fish of all kinds and roasted vegetables. Crisp and refreshing
FoodMatch_C:Excellent with herb-driven sauces over chicken or fish dishes. Cheeses
FoodMatch_C:Excellent with red meats
FoodMatch_C:Excellent with seafood risottos
FoodMatch_C:fish and sushi. Or perhaps Vietnamese meatballs?
FoodMatch_C:fish dishes and white meats.
FoodMatch_C:flavoursome chicken or roast root vegetables.
FoodMatch_C:from sushi to grilled salmon.
FoodMatch_C:Full-flavoured fish such as trout or halibut or chicken in a light creamy sauce.
FoodMatch_C:Game and Poultry.
FoodMatch_C:Game and rich slow cooked caseroles.
FoodMatch_C:game or cassoulet.
FoodMatch_C:game or good
FoodMatch_C:game or hard cheeses
FoodMatch_C:garlic & olives
FoodMatch_C:garlic and saffron.
FoodMatch_C:ginger or chilli.
FoodMatch_C:Given the fresh and fruit driven nature of this wine it works wonderfully on its own or with light summery salads.
FoodMatch_C:gnocchi with roasted red pepper sauce.
FoodMatch_C:Goes well with grilled beef or lamb or robust stew. For a veggie alternative try with spinach and lentil casserole.
FoodMatch_C:Good match to food with some spice
FoodMatch_C:good with cheeses like Parmesan
FoodMatch_C:Great as an aperitif - or serve with salads
FoodMatch_C:Great as an aperitif but also a good companion to salmon fillet and desserts made with summer berries or crumbles.
FoodMatch_C:Great as an aperitif or particularly good with tuna steak. Also the perfect crisp
FoodMatch_C:Great on its own or match with seafood
FoodMatch_C:Great with all Sushi or a bowl of fresh mussels.
FoodMatch_C:Great with BBQ meats or bangers and mash ? a great all-rounder.
FoodMatch_C:Great with dishes with a hint of spice.
FoodMatch_C:Great with full-flavoured meats such as roasts and game.
FoodMatch_C:Great with Game Bird with Red Wine Sauce
FoodMatch_C:great with light seafood and raw vegetable hors dâ??oeuvres.
FoodMatch_C:Great with roast beef or lamb
FoodMatch_C:Great with semi hard cheeses
FoodMatch_C:Great with simple dishes such as pizza and pasta
FoodMatch_C:Great with white fish or chicken in rich
FoodMatch_C:green thai curry and fish and chicken laksa.
FoodMatch_C:Grilled beef tenderloin with Chilean coriander sauce)
FoodMatch_C:grilled fish and courses based on mushrooms.
FoodMatch_C:grilled fish and salads.
FoodMatch_C:Grilled or baked white fish
FoodMatch_C:Grilled prawns with plenty of garlic and chilli
FoodMatch_C:grilled white fish or chicken and soft cheeses or on its own as an apÃ©ritif.
FoodMatch_C:guinea fowl casserole or grilled white meats.
FoodMatch_C:guinea fowl or lobster thermidor.
FoodMatch_C:ham and other cold meats along with patÃ©s and terrines.
FoodMatch_C:Hearty dishes and juicy rare steak.
FoodMatch_C:herb salads and lightly spiced fish.
FoodMatch_C:herb-scented roast chicken
FoodMatch_C:Ideal all type of grilled and roasted meats. It also matches well with strong fish and all kind of cured cheeses. Tasty with chocolate desserts.
FoodMatch_C:Ideal sipped chilled on a summerâ??s day or coupled with lightly spicy foods
FoodMatch_C:Ideal with Boeuf Bourguignon
FoodMatch_C:Ideal with burgers
FoodMatch_C:Ideal with charcuterie
FoodMatch_C:Ideal with game dishes and hard cheeses
FoodMatch_C:Ideal with grills
FoodMatch_C:Ideal with hard
FoodMatch_C:Ideal with paella and all types of seafood.
FoodMatch_C:Ideal with poultry and game-birds or a semi-soft cheese.
FoodMatch_C:Ideal with richer poultry dishes (turkey
FoodMatch_C:Ideal with shellfish and lighter fish prepared with lemon
FoodMatch_C:Ideal with spicy dishes
FoodMatch_C:it will pair well with many dishes - from Moroccan tagines to lighter south-east Asian dishes.
FoodMatch_C:it's a great partner to homemade burgers or sticky spare ribs.
FoodMatch_C:Italian foods. All of them. And duck.
FoodMatch_C:its freshness and floral scents blend beautifully with the salty flavours of shellfish and fish or light white meat dishes.
FoodMatch_C:Its got to be a proper braai! Good steak
FoodMatch_C:lamb and game along with Cheese. This is a big wine.
FoodMatch_C:Lamb chops with mint gremolata.
FoodMatch_C:light Thai style fish and vegetable dishes
FoodMatch_C:light veggie dishes
FoodMatch_C:light white meats and pastry desserts.
FoodMatch_C:Lighter meat dishes
FoodMatch_C:Lobster or Turbot in a cream sauce. Shellfish and Chicken.
FoodMatch_C:Lovely and refreshing on its own
FoodMatch_C:Lovely on a summerâ??s day - serve chilled and accompany with seafood
FoodMatch_C:Lovely with braised lamb
FoodMatch_C:Lovely with mediterranean sausages
FoodMatch_C:Lovely with roast lamb.
FoodMatch_C:Lovely with soft cheeses
FoodMatch_C:Lovley with grilled meat
FoodMatch_C:Made to go with delicate
FoodMatch_C:match with a roast leg of lamb. During the summer
FoodMatch_C:Matches perfectly with casseroles and roast beef.
FoodMatch_C:Matches well with pizza
FoodMatch_C:Matches well with seafood canapes
FoodMatch_C:mature goat cheese).
FoodMatch_C:mild spicy noodle dishes like Pad Thai and fruity chicken - and even lamb - tagines with apricot.
FoodMatch_C:mozzarella and vine-ripened tomato salads
FoodMatch_C:mushroom pasta or risotto and goats cheese dishes.
FoodMatch_C:old fashioned sausage and mash.
FoodMatch_C:olives or anchovies.
FoodMatch_C:on its own or as the perfect aperitif.
FoodMatch_C:on its own or with a range of fish and white meat.
FoodMatch_C:on its own or with white fish.
FoodMatch_C:or a platter of firm mature cheeses.
FoodMatch_C:or a range of dim sum.
FoodMatch_C:or be really adventurous and try it with a Thai Massaman curry...
FoodMatch_C:or chicken and leek pie.
FoodMatch_C:or drink with lamb shank.
FoodMatch_C:or during a meal
FoodMatch_C:or even a meaty beef brisket
FoodMatch_C:or even with roast lamb.
FoodMatch_C:or hard cheeses.
FoodMatch_C:or just by itself.
FoodMatch_C:or meats cooked in creamy or fruity sauces.
FoodMatch_C:or on its own.
FoodMatch_C:or perhaps bolognese with mushrooms.
FoodMatch_C:or simply-cooked fish with a green salad.
FoodMatch_C:or stuffed baked red peppers.
FoodMatch_C:or try with good fish and chips!
FoodMatch_C:or try with salad and light pasta dishes
FoodMatch_C:or will stand up to white meat in creamier sauces also.
FoodMatch_C:or with Chinease squid or Thai fish dishes.
FoodMatch_C:or with light starters and grilled fish.
FoodMatch_C:or with shellfish or Parma ham.
FoodMatch_C:or with shellfish such as mussels or oysters
FoodMatch_C:or with starters and light mains such as shellfish
FoodMatch_C:or with summer barbequed swordfish.
FoodMatch_C:oysters and cheese along with smoked salmon
FoodMatch_C:oysters and other seafood.
FoodMatch_C:oysters or a warm goatâ??s cheese salad.
FoodMatch_C:paella or chorizo.
FoodMatch_C:Pair with burgers cooked on the BBQ or
FoodMatch_C:Pair with lobster
FoodMatch_C:Pair with meaty dishes like roast lamb
FoodMatch_C:Pair with rich dishes such as eggs benedict
FoodMatch_C:Pair with starters
FoodMatch_C:Pairs beautifully with game dishes.
FoodMatch_C:Pairs well with a plethora of foods. Lobster
FoodMatch_C:Pairs well with pasta and grilled meats but especially duck or game meats.
FoodMatch_C:Pairs well with rich beef and lamb dishes.
FoodMatch_C:Pairs well with rich meats such as game and boar.
FoodMatch_C:Pairs well with roast lamb or beef and pasta.
FoodMatch_C:Pairs well with tomato tartlet
FoodMatch_C:particularly farmhouse cheddar.
FoodMatch_C:Particularly good with roast beef and yorkshire pudding or pizza.
FoodMatch_C:particularly if you are cooking with Thai or Asian spices
FoodMatch_C:Partner with a Beef wellington and lots of veg.
FoodMatch_C:Partner with seared ribeye steak or slow cooked roast lamb.
FoodMatch_C:pasta and creamy sauce or grilled tiger prawns.
FoodMatch_C:pasta and risotto.
FoodMatch_C:pasta or cheese fondue.
FoodMatch_C:pasta salads and white meats.
FoodMatch_C:peach or mango like coronation chicken
FoodMatch_C:Perfect accompaniment to chargrilled meat
FoodMatch_C:Perfect accompanimnet to char grilled meat
FoodMatch_C:Perfect aperitif and picnic wine.
FoodMatch_C:Perfect aperitif or enjoy with smoked salmon blinis!
FoodMatch_C:Perfect as an aperitif but excellent with fish soups
FoodMatch_C:Perfect as an aperitif or throughout dinner with fish
FoodMatch_C:Perfect as an aperitif or with light chicken and pasta dishes.
FoodMatch_C:Perfect as aperitif
FoodMatch_C:Perfect on its own or with summery salads and fresh fish.
FoodMatch_C:Perfect with a host of Mediterranean dishes
FoodMatch_C:Perfect with barbecued meats
FoodMatch_C:Perfect with beef
FoodMatch_C:Perfect with creamy chicken and tarragon
FoodMatch_C:Perfect with Mediterranean dishes especially juicy pan-fried garlic prawns... or drink chilled on its own.
FoodMatch_C:Perfect with oven baked salmon or tagine with lemon and herbs. Great accompaniment to Asian foods
FoodMatch_C:Perfect with pasta and pizza
FoodMatch_C:Perfect with pork belly dish or barbecued meats
FoodMatch_C:Perfect with poussin
FoodMatch_C:Perfect with really good with lamb cutlets
FoodMatch_C:Perfect with seafood
FoodMatch_C:Perfect with seafood or just enjoying as an aperitif in the Summer.
FoodMatch_C:Perfect with shellfish and fish dishes but can withstand a creamy sauce and even chicken.
FoodMatch_C:Perfect with whtie fish or light tapas dishes.
FoodMatch_C:Perfectly compliments exotic flavours in fish
FoodMatch_C:pizza and pasta.
FoodMatch_C:pork or chicken stirfry
FoodMatch_C:pork ribs and Jerk chicken.
FoodMatch_C:pulled or char siu pork and seared salmon and tuna.
FoodMatch_C:pumpkin ravioli or salmon fish cakes.
FoodMatch_C:rare sirloin steak.
FoodMatch_C:Really very versatile
FoodMatch_C:red meats and particularly with strong cheese.
FoodMatch_C:red meats and rich Mediterranean dishes.
FoodMatch_C:rich and aromatic food such as duck dim sums
FoodMatch_C:Rich pasta dishes
FoodMatch_C:ripe style is versatile - and will partner full flavoured dishes
FoodMatch_C:risotto and pasta.
FoodMatch_C:risotto or herb roast chicken. Can also handle spice very well.
FoodMatch_C:risottos and cheeses.
FoodMatch_C:Roast beef and lamb
FoodMatch_C:roast chicken with creamy sauces - a variety of dishes.
FoodMatch_C:Roast chicken with tarragon
FoodMatch_C:Roast lamb served pink with herbs
FoodMatch_C:Roast lamb with rosemary and garlic or game... especially pheasant or wild boar!
FoodMatch_C:Roast or grilled red meats.
FoodMatch_C:Roast pork with crackling would be ideal.
FoodMatch_C:roast pumpkin & spinach lasagne
FoodMatch_C:roast vegetables and hard cheeses.
FoodMatch_C:Roasted red meats
FoodMatch_C:roasted red meats and hard mature cheeses.
FoodMatch_C:Roasted short ribs with aromatic spices.
FoodMatch_C:Roasted vegetables and cured meats like Jamón Iberico de Bellota.
FoodMatch_C:saffron and mustard mash.
FoodMatch_C:salads and cold meats. It also has enough richness to accompany roast poultry and poached salmon.
FoodMatch_C:salads and most vegetarian dishes.
FoodMatch_C:salads and quiches.
FoodMatch_C:salads and simple fish dishes.
FoodMatch_C:salads or just as a refreshing glass on its own.
FoodMatch_C:salads or smoked salmon.
FoodMatch_C:salads or with grilled fish.
FoodMatch_C:salami and cheese.
FoodMatch_C:salami and shellfish.
FoodMatch_C:salmon and Asian cuisine with minimal spice along with fruit based desserts. With its intimate and unusual flavours
FoodMatch_C:sausage & fennel meatballs with lentils.
FoodMatch_C:sausage & mash or pasta with a meat or tomato sauce.
FoodMatch_C:sausage and Roquefort cheese.
FoodMatch_C:sausages and red meat.
FoodMatch_C:seafood and risotto.
FoodMatch_C:seafood or hard cheese (ComtÃ©
FoodMatch_C:seafood salads and spicy oriental dishes.
FoodMatch_C:seafood... Brilliant as a quaffer or perfect with a lovingly cooked meal.
FoodMatch_C:Serve as an aperitif
FoodMatch_C:Serve as an aperitif or with seafood and fish dishes
FoodMatch_C:Serve chilled as an aperitif or with peach juice for the perfect Bellini.
FoodMatch_C:Serve chilled as an aperitif or with seafood and fish dishes.
FoodMatch_C:Serve chilled as an appetiser
FoodMatch_C:Serve chilled on its own or equally delicious with traditional fish and chips
FoodMatch_C:Serve slightly chilled. Lovely with grilled lamb
FoodMatch_C:Serve with game
FoodMatch_C:Serve with grilled white meats
FoodMatch_C:Serve with roast chicken
FoodMatch_C:Serve with smoked salmon and horseradish crème on toasted brioche.
FoodMatch_C:shellfish of course
FoodMatch_C:Slow cooked balde of beef or strong aged cheddar.
FoodMatch_C:smoked or blue cheese.
FoodMatch_C:so simple pasta and meat dishes like bolognaise are ideal.
FoodMatch_C:So versatile! On its own or fantastic with cheese (especially goat's cheese)
FoodMatch_C:Soft and pliable red capable of matching with most foods. Easy choice for a devout red drinker. Try with mushroom risotto.
FoodMatch_C:Spicy and aromatic Indian
FoodMatch_C:spicy mango salads and brightly flavoured pan-Asian cuisine.
FoodMatch_C:spicy steak or pasta with a tomato sauce.
FoodMatch_C:Steak made with crushed black peppercorns
FoodMatch_C:steak or bean stew.
FoodMatch_C:stews and mature cheeses.
FoodMatch_C:strong cheeses like Blue Stilton.
FoodMatch_C:such as many Asian dishes.
FoodMatch_C:such as beef brisket
FoodMatch_C:such as ceviche. It also makes a good companion for sushi and pastas with seafood sauces.
FoodMatch_C:such as chicken in creamy mushroom and white wine sauce.
FoodMatch_C:such as Feta or goats.
FoodMatch_C:sushi and grilled fish
FoodMatch_C:sushi and sashimi
FoodMatch_C:T- Bone steak
FoodMatch_C:tangy match to fatty dishes such as sausages and beans.
FoodMatch_C:Tasty with roast lamb
FoodMatch_C:tempura fried vegetables and oriental salads.
FoodMatch_C:Thai red curry tiger prawns
FoodMatch_C:The freshness of this wine screams out for the same with food - panfried garlic asparagus with salad
FoodMatch_C:The ideal match for roast and grilled red meats
FoodMatch_C:The light and fresh style of this Sauvignon Blanc makes it the perfect aperitif.
FoodMatch_C:The perfect accompaniment to a quality steak.
FoodMatch_C:The perfect accompaniment to roast venison and dark chocolate mousse.
FoodMatch_C:The perfect aperitif partnered with smoked salmon blinis and fish tartar.
FoodMatch_C:The perfect champagne for gourmet food such as seared scallops and grilled lobster. Also cured ham and chicken dishes in a light creamy sauce.
FoodMatch_C:The perfect pasta wine- with Bolognese sauce!
FoodMatch_C:This 2012 Vintage pairs perfectly with smoked seafood.
FoodMatch_C:This beautiful Left-bank Bordeaux pairs well with Beef
FoodMatch_C:This bright and approachable style of Chardonnay is a great partner to a wide range of dishes
FoodMatch_C:This delicious Shiraz is perfect paired with venison
FoodMatch_C:This is a fairly simple fruit driven wine
FoodMatch_C:This is a serious wine with complexity
FoodMatch_C:This is a very versatile wine and can match all courses of a meal
FoodMatch_C:This medium- bodied dry red wine is fantastic with full flavoured red meat dishes and cheese.
FoodMatch_C:this rosÃ© is ideal for lunchtime with Mediterranean cuisine.
FoodMatch_C:This subtle and elegant wine is the ideal companion for raw or cooked shellfish
FoodMatch_C:This will pair a number of grilled fish or poultry dishes - but also try with sushi.
FoodMatch_C:This will work very well with barbecued steaks and rich
FoodMatch_C:This wine cries out for barbequed meat or strong cheeses.
FoodMatch_C:this wine is also superb on it's own.
FoodMatch_C:This wine was made with the barbecue in mind
FoodMatch_C:This wine will work perfectly with steak
FoodMatch_C:This wine will work well with roast duck; the subtle sweetness bringing out the flavour of the meat and thesubtle acidity standing up to any fattiness.
FoodMatch_C:this would work particularly well with duck and mild game dishes.
FoodMatch_C:tomato based pastas and chilli.
FoodMatch_C:Try beef carpaccio or duck with a dark berry sauce.
FoodMatch_C:try with tempura fried vegetables
FoodMatch_C:Try with a charcuterie platter
FoodMatch_C:Try with a goat's cheese and sunblush tomato tart!
FoodMatch_C:Try with chicken salads with apricot
FoodMatch_C:Try with herby roast leg of lamb
FoodMatch_C:Try with lamb shank
FoodMatch_C:Try with Sushi or mushroom based dishes.
FoodMatch_C:Try with traditional lamb or lentil and vegetable moussaka
FoodMatch_C:tuna and pork dishes.
FoodMatch_C:tuna or monkfish or white meats with creamy sauce.
FoodMatch_C:veal and venison and particularly splendid with salmon.
FoodMatch_C:vegetable pakora or a Thai green curry.
FoodMatch_C:vegetarian dishes and shellfish.
FoodMatch_C:venison and lamb
FoodMatch_C:venison or ox cheek would all work particularly well.
FoodMatch_C:Well suited to seafood dishes and spicy cuisine. Try with chilli prawns
FoodMatch_C:white meats or barbeque.
FoodMatch_C:whole lemon sole fried in butter and also delicate freshwater fish dishes.
FoodMatch_C:wild boar ragu or rich pasta dishes.
FoodMatch_C:wild mushroom risotto or home-baked ham.
FoodMatch_C:Will complement pizza
FoodMatch_C:Will match grilled fish dishes - or chicken in creamy sauces.
FoodMatch_C:Will pair well with chargrilled meat
FoodMatch_C:with a Lebanese mezze or with tapas.
FoodMatch_C:with a sweet dessert or even after a meal for the perfect post dinner refresher.
FoodMatch_C:with delicate first courses or white meats
FoodMatch_C:with duck breast salad
FoodMatch_C:with light fish based dishes or Risotto a l'herbe.
FoodMatch_C:with white fish
FoodMatch_C:Wonderful with lamb and pork dishes
FoodMatch_C:Wonderful with roast chicken
FoodMatch_C:Wonderful with spaghetti bolognese or smoked meat charcuterie.
FoodMatch_C:Works nicely with exotic spicy food or citrus based dishes.
OakInfluenceDescription_C: Aged in oak barrels for 14 months.
OakInfluenceDescription_C:1 year in French oak
OakInfluenceDescription_C:10 months in American and French oak.
OakInfluenceDescription_C:10% aged for 3 months new French oak
OakInfluenceDescription_C:10-12 months in Oak
OakInfluenceDescription_C:11 months - French Oak
OakInfluenceDescription_C:11% of wines aged in large wooden casks.
OakInfluenceDescription_C:12 months in 100% French Oak.
OakInfluenceDescription_C:12 months in American Oak
OakInfluenceDescription_C:12 months in American oak barriques.
OakInfluenceDescription_C:12 months in both French and American Oak
OakInfluenceDescription_C:12 months in French & American barriques.
OakInfluenceDescription_C:12 months in French & American Oak
OakInfluenceDescription_C:12 months in French & American oak.
OakInfluenceDescription_C:12 months in French and Russian Oak
OakInfluenceDescription_C:12 Months in French oak
OakInfluenceDescription_C:12 months in French oak.
OakInfluenceDescription_C:12 months in new & old French oak
OakInfluenceDescription_C:12 months in Slavonian oak & French barriques.
OakInfluenceDescription_C:12 months used oak.
OakInfluenceDescription_C:12-15 months in old & new French barrels
OakInfluenceDescription_C:14 months in French Oak
OakInfluenceDescription_C:15 months in both French and American Oak
OakInfluenceDescription_C:15 months in French Oak
OakInfluenceDescription_C:15% aged in French Oak
OakInfluenceDescription_C:16 months in French oak.
OakInfluenceDescription_C:17 months in French Oak
OakInfluenceDescription_C:18 months in both French and American Oak
OakInfluenceDescription_C:18 months in French and American Oak
OakInfluenceDescription_C:18 months' ageing in French oak.
OakInfluenceDescription_C:20% barrel aged
OakInfluenceDescription_C:20% is part-aged in old & new French oak
OakInfluenceDescription_C:20% Used Oak for 3 months.
OakInfluenceDescription_C:22 months French oak
OakInfluenceDescription_C:22 months in French Oak
OakInfluenceDescription_C:23 months in French oak
OakInfluenceDescription_C:25% in French & American Oak for 6 months
OakInfluenceDescription_C:3 months in French Oak bordelaise barrels
OakInfluenceDescription_C:3 to 6 months on fine lees
OakInfluenceDescription_C:3-5 months in French Oak
OakInfluenceDescription_C:30% oak aged for 6 months
OakInfluenceDescription_C:30-60 hl oak casks for 6 months.
OakInfluenceDescription_C:35 months' bottle ageing
OakInfluenceDescription_C:35% in French Oak for 3 months
OakInfluenceDescription_C:4 months contact with American Oak
OakInfluenceDescription_C:4 months in American Oak
OakInfluenceDescription_C:40% in French oak for 11 months
OakInfluenceDescription_C:5 months in new French Oak
OakInfluenceDescription_C:5 Months in Old French Oak
OakInfluenceDescription_C:50% aged in French oak for 5 months.
OakInfluenceDescription_C:50% in small French Barrels for 12 months
OakInfluenceDescription_C:6 months in American Oak
OakInfluenceDescription_C:6 months in both French and American Oak
OakInfluenceDescription_C:6 months in French and American Oak
OakInfluenceDescription_C:6 months in French Oak
OakInfluenceDescription_C:6-8 months in Slavonian and French oak.
OakInfluenceDescription_C:6-9 months in French Oak
OakInfluenceDescription_C:75% in French oak for 2 months.
OakInfluenceDescription_C:8 months' ageing in French oak
OakInfluenceDescription_C:A couple of months on lees.
OakInfluenceDescription_C:A quarter of wine in French Oak for 6 months
OakInfluenceDescription_C:A tiny percentage aged in old barrels.
OakInfluenceDescription_C:A touch of ageing in second use oak barrels
OakInfluenceDescription_C:Aged for 12 months in French oak
OakInfluenceDescription_C:Aged for 15 months in French oak
OakInfluenceDescription_C:Aged for 16 months in French Burgundy barrels
OakInfluenceDescription_C:Aged for 16 months in French oak
OakInfluenceDescription_C:Aged for 24 months in 225L French and American Oak
OakInfluenceDescription_C:Aged in 2nd use American oak.
OakInfluenceDescription_C:Aged in French oak for 10 months.
OakInfluenceDescription_C:Aged in French Oak for 4 months
OakInfluenceDescription_C:Aged in French oak for 6 months.
OakInfluenceDescription_C:Aged in large French oak foudre
OakInfluenceDescription_C:Aged in oak casks for 12 months.
OakInfluenceDescription_C:Aged on its lees for 18 months
OakInfluenceDescription_C:Aged on its lees for 3 years
OakInfluenceDescription_C:Aged on lees in French barrels.
OakInfluenceDescription_C:Atleast 50% vinified in oak barrels.
OakInfluenceDescription_C:Barriques and larger casks for 10-12 months.
OakInfluenceDescription_C:Contact lees for up to 6 months.
OakInfluenceDescription_C:Fermented in oak
OakInfluenceDescription_C:French Oak barrels and Oak staves
OakInfluenceDescription_C:Half of the wine aged in French & US oak.
OakInfluenceDescription_C:Made in the traditional Champagne method.
OakInfluenceDescription_C:Matured in Slavonian oak casks for 10-12 months.
OakInfluenceDescription_C:Minimum of 2 Years
OakInfluenceDescription_C:Minimum of 2 years in French Oak
OakInfluenceDescription_C:MLC in 225L barrels (40% New).
OakInfluenceDescription_C:New Oak 12-15 months
OakInfluenceDescription_C:Partial ageing in French oak
OakInfluenceDescription_C:Partial ageing in oak barrels
OakInfluenceDescription_C:Partly aged in Oak for 10 months
OakInfluenceDescription_C:Partly on lees in French barriques for 3 months.
OakInfluenceDescription_C:Several months in new French Oak
OakInfluenceDescription_C:Some concrete eggs used for texture.
OakInfluenceDescription_C:Sur lie aging for a minimum 1 month.
OakInfluenceDescription_C:Used French& hogsheads for 9m.
OakInfluenceDescription_C:Vinified in small aged oak barrels.
PressReviews_C:â??Minty nose displaying aromas of classic
PressReviews_C:2015 ? 90 pts Wine Advocate 2015 ? 93 pts Wine Enthusiast 2015 ? 90 pts James Suckling 2017 ? IWC 2019 ? Silver
PressReviews_C:2018 Vintage- 95 Points - Ray Jordan 95 Points - Jeni Port 94 Points - Andrew Caillard MW 94 Points - Nick Stock - James Suckling 93+ Points - Erin Larkin
PressReviews_C:92 Parker Points (2017 Vintage)
PressReviews_C:93 / 100
PressReviews_C:93 Parker 96 Decanter 94 Winespectator 95 Suckling
PressReviews_C:95 Points - Tyson Stelzer 95 Points - Erin Larkin 95 Points - Jeni Port 94 Points - Angus Hughson 94 Points - Nick Stock - James Suckling
PressReviews_C:crushed black peppy and toasty notes. Sappy and nicely balanced
PressReviews_C:Descorchados 2021 (2019 vintage) 91 / 100
PressReviews_C:harmonious finish.â?? 90 points Decanter November 2021 2018 Vintage
PressReviews_C:Tim Atkin Argentina Special Report 2020 (2019 vintage) Top 100
PressReviews_C:Wine Merchant Top 100 2020 (2018 vintage)
ProducerProfile_C:000 feet in the beautiful Bekaa Valley of Lebanon.This world famous wine
ProducerProfile_C:000 hectares of vineyards in prime sites including Casablanca
ProducerProfile_C:000 in the world and just like us is a big fan of grapes it is reported.
ProducerProfile_C:1 in Rias Baixas and the other focusing on traditional varietal country wines.
ProducerProfile_C:20 kilometres west of Avignon. There are 25 members
ProducerProfile_C:30 acres of vines are managed by Martin and produce award-winning wines crafted by his son Clive.
ProducerProfile_C:380 odd years later the firm is still a family business run by Dr Peter ZenZen along with his wife Regina.
ProducerProfile_C:4 in Rioja
ProducerProfile_C:400 hectares - nearly a third of the region's total. Borsao has access to a large number of vineyard plots at different altitudes
ProducerProfile_C:50 ha olive groves
ProducerProfile_C:50s and 60s
ProducerProfile_C:98% of which owned by 10 members. 65-150 metres above sea level. Vines are 20 - 80+ years old.
ProducerProfile_C:A Champagne house specialising in a range of classic
ProducerProfile_C:a co-operative group based in Emilia Romagna
ProducerProfile_C:a dream and worked hard. Loloâ??s legacy is now in the hands of the third and fourth generation and today â??Bodega Los Haroldosâ?? is one of Argentinaâ??s leading family-owned wineries. They are making fine...
ProducerProfile_C:a dynamic and enterprising Australian who has lived and worked all over the world and has been based in Portugal since 1982.
ProducerProfile_C:A joint project between Bodegas Ontañón and Riojan chef Felix Jimenez. The wine was made specifically to match with the Japanese and fusion cuisine that has earnt Felix a Michelin star. The name Akemi means "Beaut...
ProducerProfile_C:a line of organic
ProducerProfile_C:a place of remarkable stories where layers of history and cultures are embedded in the raw and wild landscape. Authentic
ProducerProfile_C:A prestigious partnership in wine production formed in 1997 under the leadership of Dr Anton Rupert and Baron Edmond de Rothschild
ProducerProfile_C:a privileged zone within DOC Ribera del Duero
ProducerProfile_C:A producer not afraid to try new things and experiment. Champions of organic viticulture and minimal intervention. You'll find this forward-thinking winery halfway down Italy's beautiful Adriatic coast.
ProducerProfile_C:a producer that has fervently driven quality and sustainability on a considerable scale in the historic Valpolicella area.
ProducerProfile_C:a respected grape-growing family with deep roots in Clarksburg
ProducerProfile_C:a strong statement when across Rioja traditional concrete tanks have been replaced with stainless steel.
ProducerProfile_C:accounting and oenotourism.
ProducerProfile_C:adaption and discovery. Like the animal that inspired the Maori people
ProducerProfile_C:adding to that great legacy with a series of wines that uniquely capture the exotic spice and hedonistic pleasure of dense and rich Shiraz fruit. These are sensuous
ProducerProfile_C:Adria Vini is a winemaking venture owned by Araldica Castelvero
ProducerProfile_C:Adria Vini is a winemaking venture owned byAraldica Castelvero
ProducerProfile_C:Ai Galera's arresting imagery and even more arresting wine quality demands and hollers for your attention.
ProducerProfile_C:Akurra is believed to bring water and nourishment to the land and crops.
ProducerProfile_C:allowing Andrew to create wines with complex flavours and a fresh
ProducerProfile_C:along with financial director Chris Cowper and winemaker Grant Edmonds
ProducerProfile_C:also in Gevrey-Chambertin. Vallet FrÃ¨res is also a nÃ©gociant
ProducerProfile_C:also purchasing vineyards from the co-operative within Maiolati Spontini. The estate now consists of around 100ha of vineyard
ProducerProfile_C:Americaâ??s leading non-profit organization dedicated to promoting American Rhone varietal wines. Their founder
ProducerProfile_C:An independent company
ProducerProfile_C:Ana and Jose
ProducerProfile_C:and a love of work created a champagne with elegance and finess.
ProducerProfile_C:and Alicante. For over one hundred years
ProducerProfile_C:and constitutes around 94% of Gremilletâ??s plantings
ProducerProfile_C:and developed the business outside Europe. As well as putting their own unique stamp upon the business
ProducerProfile_C:and do not fine their wine. Significantly
ProducerProfile_C:and El Macho artisanal tequilas hand-made in Jalisco
ProducerProfile_C:and from his 40 hectares of pioneering vineyard development in the stunning â??Blue Coastâ?? area.
ProducerProfile_C:and Grant being a former cattle farmer and no stranger to working the land
ProducerProfile_C:and handed over the direction of this family-owned estate to his own son Nikolaus in the year 2000.
ProducerProfile_C:and hence to a wide selection of fantastic quality grapes. They are recognised for their varietals - as outstanding examples of easy-to-drink affordable wines - as they are for their premium wines
ProducerProfile_C:and here the history of wine growing dates back to Roman times. Peter Bright is the oenologist in charge of Terra dâ??Alter wines. Peter is the original â??flying winemakerâ??
ProducerProfile_C:and his wife
ProducerProfile_C:and in the Grand Cru of Charmes-Chambertin
ProducerProfile_C:and indeed Beaune
ProducerProfile_C:and is located on the southern slope of the Montalcino hill
ProducerProfile_C:and is part of a new wave of producers in ChÃ¢teauneuf-du-Pape
ProducerProfile_C:and marked improvements in quality and appreciation of the wines have resulted from their investments.
ProducerProfile_C:and other agricultural crops. They own a portfolio of prime vineyard within the Castelli di Jesi zone
ProducerProfile_C:and possibly one of the worldâ??s
ProducerProfile_C:and run with his wife Andreina
ProducerProfile_C:and sometimes extremely colourful history of the region - most notably the life of literati Marchioness Leonor of TÃ?Â¡vora
ProducerProfile_C:and sources the best grapes from growers in other areas
ProducerProfile_C:and steadily developed the estate at San Vincenzo a Torri. It is now one of the leading producers in the Chianti Colli Fiorentini zone. With 100 hectares of hillside vineyards (in both Colli Fiorentini and around neighbouring Chiant...
ProducerProfile_C:and the ancient Roman ports of Sete and Agde
ProducerProfile_C:and the Monte Schiavo winery is situated amongst some of their most prized plots
ProducerProfile_C:and the white sand beaches that line the Gulf de Saint Tropez. In 2005 Sir David Murray & family took ownership
ProducerProfile_C:and their children Laura and Matteo. Starting with just 3-4ha of vineyard and a small production of Franciacorta Brut
ProducerProfile_C:and to progressively produce wine on a single site at Venelles. The new union was named "Cellier des Quatre Tours" because the cellar of Venelles had been built in the place called Les Quatre Tours.
ProducerProfile_C:and today the operation is run with verve and commitment by his sons Hugues and Bruno.
ProducerProfile_C:and was officially recognised as such in the 1970s when a DOC was created for the region. However Produttori di Manduria had been making wines for 40 years by then
ProducerProfile_C:and while the wines are touched by the Spanish sun
ProducerProfile_C:and won the estateâ??s first medals. A firm believer in the potential of Pouilly-FumÃ©
ProducerProfile_C:Annie. Tending to more than forty parcels of vines (up to 80 years old) spread across four MÃ¢connais communes (Vergisson
ProducerProfile_C:Aotearoa is the Maori name for the country of New Zealand
ProducerProfile_C:Araldica is Piemonte's most forward-thinking co-operative
ProducerProfile_C:are naturally in balance.
ProducerProfile_C:are naturally in balance. This means that
ProducerProfile_C:around 15km from Siena
ProducerProfile_C:as by the blending process
ProducerProfile_C:as Cloudy Bay launch their flagship wine's 30th vintage
ProducerProfile_C:as he says: â??you would have had to be crazy to buy a property in Bordeaux in 2003â?? â?¦ but that they did.
ProducerProfile_C:as it was founded all the way back in 1599
ProducerProfile_C:as well as the entire monopole vineyard of Clos de la Justice
ProducerProfile_C:assisted by his brother
ProducerProfile_C:At 420m above sea-level
ProducerProfile_C:Ayala has had a noble history since its inception in 1860 when Edmond de Ayala received the magnificent Chateau as the dowry for his wedding. Located in AÃ¿
ProducerProfile_C:Ayala naturally focuses on Grand Cru Pinot Noir for its Brut Majeur and its Vintage Brut. Ayala is a "small" house
ProducerProfile_C:Based in the tiny hamlet of Chateau Thebaud are the wonderful vineyards of Domaine de la Noe. Owned and cultivated by the Drouard brothers
ProducerProfile_C:basket press where relevant
ProducerProfile_C:before being joined in 2010 by the newly purchased 56 are (0.56 hectare) Clos 56 in Pomerol. In the capable hands of Alexia and Pierre Bouyer
ProducerProfile_C:began operating under his own name in 1987
ProducerProfile_C:beginning with George Harold Wilson who established the family homestead in the early years of the 20th century. George loved the land and firmly believed that farming offered a way to improve peopleâ??s lives around the world...
ProducerProfile_C:Bella Modella has been crafted in celebration of the modern world and all that man can make. It has a truly contemporary feel and approach.
ProducerProfile_C:benchmark Bordeaux wines.
ProducerProfile_C:Bernard and Jean-Christophe Vallet run the house alongside their sons
ProducerProfile_C:Bernard and Jean-Christophe Vallet. The family owns vineyards in Gevrey-Chambertin
ProducerProfile_C:Bernard BourÃ©e began to train his nephew
ProducerProfile_C:blending and bottling are meticulously overseen by Araldica's winemaking team of Claudio Manera and Lella Burdese.
ProducerProfile_C:Bodega Los Haroldos are one of Argentinaâ??s leading family-owned wineries.
ProducerProfile_C:Bodega Los Haroldos has built a thriving winery in the heart of Mendoza over the last 80 years. Its vineyards span the length of region
ProducerProfile_C:Bodegas Laureatus is a relatively new winery established by the OubiÃ±a-Somoza family
ProducerProfile_C:Bodegas Muriel has a winemaking tradition harking all the way back to 1926.
ProducerProfile_C:Bodegas Muriel is now one of Spain's largest wine groups
ProducerProfile_C:Bodegas Pinna Fidelis produces stunning expressions of the local Tinta del Pais variety.Located in town of PeÃ±afiel itself
ProducerProfile_C:Bodegas Venta la Vega is located in the mountainous clay
ProducerProfile_C:Bollinger was established in 1829 by Jacques Bollinger and Paul Renaudin. The House has a reputation for producing muscular Champagnes with body
ProducerProfile_C:Booming in the 19th century
ProducerProfile_C:Borsao is situated in Campo de Borja
ProducerProfile_C:bottle sales entered the family business. The fame in Italy increased bit by bit through hard work and thus opened the doors to expand into other countries. In 1965
ProducerProfile_C:Bruwer crafts soil specific wines that embody the unique characteristics of the region. With hand harvesting
ProducerProfile_C:Bruwer Raats is a gentle giant of a man and his reputation is starting to match his stature. His mastery of chenin blanc and cabernet franc is bringing him praise from around the world as "the most exciting and forward thinking...
ProducerProfile_C:built on the classic soil of the region
ProducerProfile_C:Burgozone is a boutique family winery
ProducerProfile_C:but 20 years ago began to invest in agriculture
ProducerProfile_C:but certain industries linked to it were maintained for longer
ProducerProfile_C:but he had ambition
ProducerProfile_C:but in the world
ProducerProfile_C:but itâ??s his revolutionary approach to winemaking and desire to break the rules that sets him apart. Having worked in export sales for a number of negociants
ProducerProfile_C:but this Muriel wine was the foundation upon which the group has been established. Bodegas Muriel was established in 1926 by JosÃ© MurÃºa. His son
ProducerProfile_C:Caillottes (chalky limestone) and Silex (flint). The brothers favour judicious blending of the separately-vinified cuvÃ©es to create wines with real complexity and balance.
ProducerProfile_C:California. Fittingly named for the point in the winemaking process where the fruit of one familyâ??s labors literally gives way to those of the other. The Crusher wines highlight the vibrancy and beauty of the fruit produced ...
ProducerProfile_C:carring on the work that Bernard did to produce one of the best Champagne brands.
ProducerProfile_C:Cartlidge & Browne has become a byword for varietally pure Californian wines
ProducerProfile_C:Casa de Vila Nova is owned by the Lencastre family
ProducerProfile_C:Cave de Turckheim lies at the mouth of the Munster Valley. Working closely with 180 partners
ProducerProfile_C:Cavit is a leading co-operative in the mountainous Trentino region of northeast Italy. The winery began as a consortium of associated grape growers in 1950
ProducerProfile_C:cellars in the Campo de Borja region to become the Bodegas Borsao that we know today.Grapes are sourced from over 375 member growers covering 2
ProducerProfile_C:ChÃ¢teau Ka is an extraordinary story of determination and resolve. Akram Kassatly built his winery in the Bekaa Valley in 1973. Shortly after the first wines were made
ProducerProfile_C:ChÃ¢teau Ka is the only winery in Lebanon to produce wine entirely from their own vineyards.
ProducerProfile_C:ChÃ¢teau Laurou is located just outside Toulouse
ProducerProfile_C:ChÃ¢teau Tayac's vineyards cover an area of 37 hectares
ProducerProfile_C:Champagne Bollinger owns an impressive 178 hectares of vineyards
ProducerProfile_C:Champagne Bollinger was established in 1829 by Jacques Bollinger and to this day is still family owned. Benefitting from ownership of 166 hectares of vineyards in the finest Premier and Grand Champagne Bollinger wines are deï&...
ProducerProfile_C:character and purity.
ProducerProfile_C:Chardonnay and Pinot Noir while the warmer Maipo Valley offers classic Cabernet Sauvignon and CarmÃ©nÃ¨re. IndÃ³mita produce superb
ProducerProfile_C:Chateau La Tour de By has a long history in the Medoc that can be traced back to the 1700s as a vineyard. However
ProducerProfile_C:close to Narbonne. Their winemakers concentrate on sunny styles of wine with rich textures an ripe flavours.
ProducerProfile_C:Cloudy Bay is named after the bay at the eastern end of the Wairau Valley by Captain James Cook in 1770. In 1985
ProducerProfile_C:Cloudy Bay released its first Sauvignon Blanc. Thirty years on
ProducerProfile_C:Cloudy Bay was one of the first vineyards in the Marlborough wine region on New Zealand's South Island
ProducerProfile_C:Cloudy Bay wines embrace the quintessential expression of the pristine
ProducerProfile_C:Colchagua and Bio Bio.
ProducerProfile_C:combining modern technical expertise with time-honoured winemaking practices.
ProducerProfile_C:commercial wine styles that have gained a loyal following.
ProducerProfile_C:commercial wine styles that have gained a loyal following. Reflecting our skill and experience in seeking out the very best of Australia
ProducerProfile_C:committed to crafting world-class fine wines. The winery is named after the Sileni who featured in Greek mythology as the companions of Dionysus
ProducerProfile_C:Composed of two estates
ProducerProfile_C:Conceived under Louis XI and completed under FranÃ§ois 1er
ProducerProfile_C:concentration and balance while allowing each individual parcel of fruit to tell its own unique story.
ProducerProfile_C:continue the tradition of cultivating â??Old Vineâ?? Zinfandel vineyards that their ancestors planted in the early 1900â??s. With roots in Germany
ProducerProfile_C:continuing to produce high quality wines
ProducerProfile_C:crafted small batch wines. Wines of the wilds.
ProducerProfile_C:crumbly sandstone of the La Madone vineyards
ProducerProfile_C:cutting-edge collection of wines from the passionate and slightly bonkers trio of Dylan and Justin Fairweather and winemaker Sam Berketa. AB&D was founded in McLaren Vale in 2008 and is unconventional in its approach; there are ...
ProducerProfile_C:deAlto Rioja y MÃ¡s pays tribute to the producer's long standing love for all things Spanish: The food
ProducerProfile_C:depth and power; these are classic
ProducerProfile_C:do not use irrigation
ProducerProfile_C:Domaine Chante Cigale is located within the village of ChÃ¢teauneuf-du-Pape and has been owned by the Sabon Favier family for several generations. Consisting of 41 hectares
ProducerProfile_C:Domaine Chase is nestled in the heart of the South of France
ProducerProfile_C:Domaine de la Motte is a 25 hectare
ProducerProfile_C:Domaine de la Vieille Tour is a 22 hectare estate in the CÃ´tes de Provence
ProducerProfile_C:Domaine de Vedilhan (pronounced 'Domaine de Ved-ee-ohn') is the estate of the Fayet family based in the village of Moussan
ProducerProfile_C:Domaine Delsol is ideally situated along the Thau Lagoon in Montagnac in the newly formed Picpoul de Pinet AOC. Apparently Hannibal and his elephants passed through what was to become the Domaine on their way to Rome
ProducerProfile_C:Domaine Michaut Freres produce stunning
ProducerProfile_C:Domaine Michel Girard comprises of 12 hectares of vineyards
ProducerProfile_C:Domaines Bouyer was a group of two top Bordeaux estates that by 2008 covered 18 hectares in Saint-Emilion. The Saint-Emilion properties ChÃ¢teau Milon Grand Cru and Clos de la Cure Grand Cru have been in the Bouyer famil...
ProducerProfile_C:Don Cataldo and Vignali Grandi. The Rocco family winery extends along 100 hectares in the common of Leverano
ProducerProfile_C:Don Sebastiani and his two sons
ProducerProfile_C:Donny and August
ProducerProfile_C:dotted with moors and marshlands. Produced by Baron Benjamin under the guidance of Domaine Barons de Rothschild (Lafite).
ProducerProfile_C:Dr Zenzen were founded in 1636
ProducerProfile_C:Driven by their passion for discovery and desire to capture the real essence of South Africa in every bottle. It was the simple love of Loire Chenin Blanc that first led the producers to South Africa in 1994
ProducerProfile_C:Dspanning over 20 hectares from the prestigious appellations of the Coteaux Varois en Provence and the Cotes de Provence. Head winemaker
ProducerProfile_C:each contributing key components to the finished blend of their wines. Offering excellent varietal purity and characterful flavours throughout the range.
ProducerProfile_C:each contributing key components to their finished wines. Offering excellent varietal purity and characterful flavours throughout the range.
ProducerProfile_C:each successive generation added to the house's vineyard holdings. Today
ProducerProfile_C:elegant style. The approach is hands off and the land is farmed according to organic and biodynamic practices with a particular focus on ensuring the health of the soils whilst pests are kept under control by the resident flock of g...
ProducerProfile_C:Emiliana is one of Chile's most exciting producers and pioneers in organic and biodynamic winemaking. Since 1998
ProducerProfile_C:encouraging the long and even ripening of the grapes ideal for rosÃ©.
ProducerProfile_C:ensuring diversity and quality across its range of wines.
ProducerProfile_C:established "Don Sebastiani & Sons" in 2001. Today the company is led by Donny Sebastiani
ProducerProfile_C:Established in 1949
ProducerProfile_C:Established in 1985 by Kevin Judd and David Hohnen
ProducerProfile_C:Established in 1993 by Tino Colla (brother of the legendry Beppe Colla) and his niece Federica
ProducerProfile_C:Established in 2003
ProducerProfile_C:Established in 2004
ProducerProfile_C:Established in the crossroads of a Domitian communication and trade route
ProducerProfile_C:establishing itself as the standard by which all New Zealand wines are judged. Named after the nearby bay whose waters turn cloudy when the Wairau River fills them with silt
ProducerProfile_C:establishing their reputation as a Gavi specialist
ProducerProfile_C:Every year the Bellefontaine winemakers select only quality parcels of wine from different estates and producers
ProducerProfile_C:Every year the Le Fou winemakers select only quality parcels of grapes
ProducerProfile_C:Every year the Les Oliviers winemakers select only quality parcels of wine from different estates and producers
ProducerProfile_C:Every year the Les Piviones winemakers select only quality parcels of grapes from different estates and producers
ProducerProfile_C:expressive wines that are both beautiful and stunning value for money.
ProducerProfile_C:False Bay Vineyards aims to make 'real' wine accessible. These are sustainable certified wines bottled in South Africa and naturally crafted from mature and often old vineyards that
ProducerProfile_C:Familia Falasco has built a thriving winery in the heart of Mendoza over the last 80 years. Its vineyards span the length of region
ProducerProfile_C:family is absolutely at the heart of the winery
ProducerProfile_C:family owned producer of high quality
ProducerProfile_C:family-run winery handed down from father to son since 1950. Now under the stewardship of Bernard Michaut
ProducerProfile_C:Ferghettina has now grown to become one of the finest Franciacorta wineries.
ProducerProfile_C:Ferghettina is a family winery - established in 1991 by Roberto Gatti
ProducerProfile_C:Feudo Maccari was acquired by Antonio Moretti Cuseri - who also owns the Tuscan Tenuta Sette Ponti estate - and his daughter Monica in 2000.
ProducerProfile_C:few kilometres far from the Ionic coast.
ProducerProfile_C:fifth generation grape growers in the Lodi region
ProducerProfile_C:first producing watermelons. Recognizing that the soil and climate were ideal for growing grapes
ProducerProfile_C:Flat Rock and the Le Clos Jordanne vineyards
ProducerProfile_C:Florensac is one of the oldest vineyard sites on the Mediterranean coast line. Today
ProducerProfile_C:follwing the recent retirement of his mother
ProducerProfile_C:For over two centuries
ProducerProfile_C:founded by Giacomo Montresor in 1892
ProducerProfile_C:founded following the marriage of Edouard Langlois and Jeanne Chateau in 1885
ProducerProfile_C:Founded in 1772 by Philippe Clicquot
ProducerProfile_C:Founded in 1864 by Pierre BourÃ©e
ProducerProfile_C:Founded in 1890
ProducerProfile_C:fresh vibrant Chablis.The winery is located in Biene close to Chablis
ProducerProfile_C:From esteemed winery Rectorial do Umia located in the Valley of Salnés in Galicia. This area is known for delivering the best expression of Albariño grapes delivering maximum quality and power.
ProducerProfile_C:from grape selection through to vinification
ProducerProfile_C:from the Northern Valley through to the Southern Valley
ProducerProfile_C:from which grapes are also sourced) are renowned as among the best sites in Gavi.
ProducerProfile_C:from which the grapes for this cuvÃ©e are extracted
ProducerProfile_C:gradually building up an estate of 76 hectares. This passed to his son Henri
ProducerProfile_C:Grant Westcott and Carolyn Hurst knew they werenâ??t the â??retiringâ?? kind. With Carolyn being a native of the Niagara region and a passionate oenophile
ProducerProfile_C:greatâ??grandson of Samuele the Sebastiani patriarch. Rooted in the historic Sonoma Valley since 1904
ProducerProfile_C:Growing up in Libourne
ProducerProfile_C:had the foresight to take on 7 hectares of land in St. EstÃ¨phe in the north of the MÃ©doc from the McCarthy family
ProducerProfile_C:hand-crafted wines hail from the Hunter Valley with a nod in part to the great RhÃ´ne Valley wines of Hermitage and Cote RÃ´tie. For those who may have tasted any legendary Hunter Shiraz wines of the 40s
ProducerProfile_C:Harvested from 15 year + old vines in the Niederösterreich and made by a sustainably certified by agroVet producer who also produce their own fertiliser!
ProducerProfile_C:has a long and aristocratic history. The elegant 18th Century villa is amidst a striking landscape of vines
ProducerProfile_C:has been specialising in the wines of the Loire for more than 130 years.
ProducerProfile_C:has grown the winery to be amongst Chileâ??s top 20 producers.
ProducerProfile_C:has led their winemaking team to craft a range that illustrates the brilliant potential of Rioja
ProducerProfile_C:have put in a huge amount of work into transforming their slice of grape growing history into a contemporary winemaking haven. The immaculate vineyards are a combination of evolved plantings from 1447 and much more recent plantin...
ProducerProfile_C:Having enjoyed global careers in banking and tech
ProducerProfile_C:having taken the reins in 1982. From 2014 he has been joined by a new generation
ProducerProfile_C:he bought his first vineyard and celebrated his first vintage in 1987. Top quality fruit is sourced from Colomboâ??s own 20 hectares of vineyards in the northern Rhone (where the company have their headquarters) primarily in C...
ProducerProfile_C:he established Sileni as an export-oriented producer
ProducerProfile_C:he expanded the estate over the years and even opened a wine bar named "Au Pouilly" in Nevers.
ProducerProfile_C:he produces Pouilly-FuissÃ© and a range of other MÃ¢con AOC wines.
ProducerProfile_C:he remained and important part of the buiness until his death in 2010. Laurent-Perrier is one of the few Champagne house which are still family owned. Bernard's two daughters now oversee the running of the business
ProducerProfile_C:high quality co-operative founded in 1965 in the Gard dÃ©partement
ProducerProfile_C:his daughters and niece: ClÃ©mence
ProducerProfile_C:Honu: the Maori word for turtle. Known for its wisdom and patience the sea turtleâ??s journey is one of beauty
ProducerProfile_C:ideal for creating a classic
ProducerProfile_C:Il Cascinone was acquired by leading Piemonte producer Araldica in 1999 - an exceptional estate in the Monferrato hills which has undergone extensive restoration and replanting.
ProducerProfile_C:Imbuko Wines is situated on the farm Uitkyk
ProducerProfile_C:In 1939 a young â??Don Lolo Falascoâ?? started selling wines from the front of his bike
ProducerProfile_C:in 1980 for the first time outside Europe.
ProducerProfile_C:In 1993 founders of Vina Alto Roble Francisco Achurra and Patricio Larrain began searching for new terroirs in which they could produce a wider range of varieties and styles. â??Alto Robleâ?? means â??tall oak tree...
ProducerProfile_C:in 1998 he became co-founder and the buyer at ChateauOnline
ProducerProfile_C:in honour of the painter Odilon Redon who spent his childhood and most of his active life on the property. Many of his most famous paintings were inspired by the bucolic landscapes of the MÃ©doc
ProducerProfile_C:in particular the iconic
ProducerProfile_C:in Soave. A true custodian of the Veneto region and a superb cooperative offering the very best value Italy can muster without compromising on quality.
ProducerProfile_C:in the Aude department of France. Louis Fabre is head of the family concern
ProducerProfile_C:in the Beaune Premier Cru of Les Epenottes
ProducerProfile_C:in the heart of Barbera d'Asti territory. Here they work with 230 grower members to source quality grapes from around 690ha of vineyards. Many of their members joined the co-operative in the 1950s and have a long and loyal rela...
ProducerProfile_C:in the heart of Salento
ProducerProfile_C:in the heart of the Fronton appellation. Owner Guy Salmona made the jump from data engineering to winemaking in order to properly devote himself to La NÃ©grette
ProducerProfile_C:in the heart of the Montagne de Reims vineyards
ProducerProfile_C:In the heel of Italy
ProducerProfile_C:In the latter years of the nineteenth century
ProducerProfile_C:in-depth knowledge of Paul Shinnie and the technical skills of Marta Juega Rivera
ProducerProfile_C:including a robust portfolio of wines sourced from premier growing regions throughout the world; a line of award-winning spirits
ProducerProfile_C:Inspired by the style of Italy and their love of design
ProducerProfile_C:introduced new pruning methods
ProducerProfile_C:intuition and acumen Madame Clicquot not only created the first recorded vintage in the Champagne region but built up the Veuve Clicquot property to make it one of the foremost vineyards in all of Champagne.
ProducerProfile_C:is adjacent to an old tannery. A place steeped in history which has seen our grapes ripen for generations.
ProducerProfile_C:is Bodegas Borsao" Robert Parker!
ProducerProfile_C:is capable of producing wines of enormous value and character - something that is captured by Ai Galera. Inspired by the long
ProducerProfile_C:is dedicated wholly to the ageing and safeguarding of wines from Chansonâ??s 45 hectares of exclusively Premier and Grand Cru vineyards. The Bollinger family took ownership of the Domaine in 1999
ProducerProfile_C:is firmly established as one of the finest red wines in the world.
ProducerProfile_C:is the 5th generation of his family to produce wines in the region
ProducerProfile_C:it boasts an enviable history that most wineries in the Old World would give their right arm for. Most famous for its flagship wine
ProducerProfile_C:it is a rÃ©coltant not a nÃ©gociant.
ProducerProfile_C:it is also the year that Nicolas Perrier
ProducerProfile_C:it is characterised by its complex
ProducerProfile_C:it is one of the oldest bodegas in the PenedÃ¨s region. In 1918 Raventos launched two new brands - Lavernoya and Lacrima Baccus
ProducerProfile_C:it laid the foundation for fine wine production in Australia. The winemaking team is led by the masterful Peter Gago; it has the herculean task of blending the best wines from a multitude of different plots
ProducerProfile_C:it was inevitable that Olivier was to fall in love with the world of wine
ProducerProfile_C:it was known as La Roque de By. The de By in the name comes from the location of their vines
ProducerProfile_C:It was the vision of farmer Martin Vickers 30 years ago to plant a vineyard that would one day match continental sites. Today
ProducerProfile_C:its vineyards span the full breadth of Alsatian terroir and grape varieties. Cave de Turckheim only produces wine from the grapes of its member growers
ProducerProfile_C:Jammy Monkey is a nod to an endangered Langur monkey miraculously born in an Australian zoo. The jammy little thing is one of only 3
ProducerProfile_C:Jean-Luc Mardon is the 5th generation of his family to run this 45 hectare domaine in Oisly
ProducerProfile_C:just 4 km from Haro
ProducerProfile_C:just great wines from great fruit.
ProducerProfile_C:Kalimna as well as the Eden Valley and beyond. We work with exceptional vineyards simply expressed using minimal intervention
ProducerProfile_C:Karim Mussi Saffie is producing terroir driven wines from vines up to 100 years old. Sustainable practices are at the core of Bodega Altocedro and the winery has become synonymous with premium La Consulta wine.
ProducerProfile_C:Keen producers focused on reviving traditional Rhône grape varieties and time-honoured winemaking methods.
ProducerProfile_C:La Reine de l'Arenite
ProducerProfile_C:Laurent-Perrier was founded in 1812 by AndrÃ© Michel but it was his cellar master Eugene Laurent
ProducerProfile_C:Leading Bordeaux nÃ©gociant Ginestet
ProducerProfile_C:Leading cooperative in Aragon
ProducerProfile_C:leatherwork. The so-called â??tanneryâ?? plot
ProducerProfile_C:Lebanon was engulfed by war. The winery was forced to close and Akram moved into other businesses. Finally in 2005 he announced that he was going to try again. Today
ProducerProfile_C:Lenz Moser. Lenz Moser's son
ProducerProfile_C:Les Vignerons dâ??EstÃ©zargues is a small
ProducerProfile_C:les Vignerons de Florensac (winegrowers of Florensac) strength lies in the 260 growers that contribute to the Cave providing both the highest quality of grapes in the region and contributions to building of Vinipolis
ProducerProfile_C:limestone area of Almansa and includes more than 850 hectares of ecological farmland. The estate has areas under vine up to 1200 metres which encourages the creation of distinct
ProducerProfile_C:Located in Noto on Sicilyâ??s south-eastern tip near the town of Avola
ProducerProfile_C:Located in the heart of the Cafayate Valley in the northen Province of Salta
ProducerProfile_C:Located in the sought-after region of La Consulta in the Uco Valley
ProducerProfile_C:Located in the south east of the Montalcino region close to the beautiful medieval village of Castelnuovo dellâ??Abate
ProducerProfile_C:Located in the town of Elciego in the heart of the Alavesa subregion
ProducerProfile_C:lying to the south of Lisbon
ProducerProfile_C:made up of 30 parcels of vines with an average age of 15 years. Terroir plays an important role at this estate. Michel
ProducerProfile_C:Maison Perrier-Jouet has continually pursued its quest for quality. 1811 is not just a legendary vintage
ProducerProfile_C:Maison Saint AIX is one of the largest domains in the AOP Coteaux dâ??Aix-en-Provence with a holding of 75 hectares planted at an altitude of 400-420 metres. This wonderful location with its cool nights and hot days and regula...
ProducerProfile_C:making it one of the oldest properties in the Medoc. At the time
ProducerProfile_C:making it one the countryâ??s preeminent winemaking dynasties. Their incredible Riesling portfolio reflects traditional winemaking practices with exceptional single vineyard designated wines in every style.
ProducerProfile_C:Manduria is considered the birth place of the native Primitivo grape
ProducerProfile_C:Marchesi di GrÃ©sy has long been recognised as one of Piemonte's top producers. With four separate estates across Langhe and Monferrato - home of Piemonte's greatest wines -Marchesi di GrÃ©sy has 45...
ProducerProfile_C:Martinenga Camp Gros and Martinenga Gaiun.
ProducerProfile_C:Mathilde combined the 2 names and Laurent-Perrier was born. In 1925 Mathilde died leaving the company to her daughter Eugenie. Eugenie sold the company in 1939 to Mary-Louise Lanson de Nonancourt. In 1948 it was Mary-Louise...
ProducerProfile_C:Mathilde Emilie Perrier. After Eugene's death in 1887
ProducerProfile_C:meaning 'Queen of the Arenite' refers to the terroir of pinky
ProducerProfile_C:meaning â??Admiration forâ?¦..â?? in Xhosa
ProducerProfile_C:Mexico; and AQUAKOLA
ProducerProfile_C:MoÃ«t has been associated with the sparkle of success and glamour since the House was founded in 1743 by Claude MoÃ«t. Since those days
ProducerProfile_C:Moet Chandon have continued to scale while embracing innovation and using efficient precision to refine their style over the last century. The wine-making process is highly automated
ProducerProfile_C:Moko Sauvignon Blanc and Pinot Noir celebrate New Zealand?s culture in both the ancient and modern. Tá Moko is the bold body art of the Maori people. Worn on the face it is a living symbol of identity and origin. Today New Ze...
ProducerProfile_C:most iconic wine producers. Established in 1844
ProducerProfile_C:moved to Cornas from Marseille in 1982 to set up a pharmacy and oenology lab. Four years later
ProducerProfile_C:multi award winning Tres Picos.
ProducerProfile_C:Nanny Goat Estate Vineyard sits between two ancient
ProducerProfile_C:Nanny Goat Vineyard has strived to produce wines with elegance
ProducerProfile_C:natural ferments in open top fermenters to best capture the Barossaâ??s magical flavours.
ProducerProfile_C:natural microclimates than enable the land to be farmed using sustainable and ecological techniques. Jose Angel Martinez is the talented oenologist behind these wines
ProducerProfile_C:Navarra and La Mancha as well as the quality of fruit that these regions can deliver when respectful
ProducerProfile_C:near San Angelo in Colle. This 65ha estate comprises 19ha of vineyard across three separate parcels - amongst olive trees
ProducerProfile_C:near San Casciano)
ProducerProfile_C:near Wellington in the heart of the Boland Winelands. Co-founder and Managing Director Theunis van Zyl has been part of the wine industry for more than 20 years. Imbuko
ProducerProfile_C:nearby Pesquera and Vega Sicilia. Unlike a lot of its neighbours though ViÃ±as del Jaro can claim to have won Decanter's most coveted award - that of simply 'the best wine in the world'.
ProducerProfile_C:Nestled in the rolling Provence hills
ProducerProfile_C:Nestled within a timeless and sensual landscape
ProducerProfile_C:North East facing terraces in the sub region of Queensbury. Since their inaugural release of their first Pinot Noir in 2005
ProducerProfile_C:North-East of Aix-en-Provence
ProducerProfile_C:notably the Colle del Sole vineyard.
ProducerProfile_C:of aristocratic Portuguese lineage (one of their ancestors became the first Baron of Varzea do Douro in the 1800s). This land has been in their family since the 12th century. In 2008 they began making vinho verde and bottling their ...
ProducerProfile_C:of which 50% are organically certified. 500 hectares in total
ProducerProfile_C:of which 85% are in Grand Cru and Premier Cru villages. Their land is spread over seven main villages: AÃ¿
ProducerProfile_C:offers high quality wines from a selection of chÃ¢teaux in key appellations as well as consistently fine
ProducerProfile_C:olive groves and cyprus trees.
ProducerProfile_C:On the border between Rioja and Navarra
ProducerProfile_C:on the gravelly soils around Soussans. In the Portet family for 4 generations
ProducerProfile_C:One of Portugal's largest and most progressive producers with 600 hectares spread across estates in five regions from Douro in the north to Alentejo in the south. Winemaker Francisco Antunes oversees what must be one of the mos...
ProducerProfile_C:one of the famous Irish 'Wild Geese' families who had settled in Bordeaux in the 17th century. Though close to Cos d'Estournel
ProducerProfile_C:one of the first e-commerce websites in the wine business. In 2003 he and Anne were married and decided they wanted their own vineyards
ProducerProfile_C:One of the original 26 Grand Marque Champagne Houses
ProducerProfile_C:One of Veronaâ??s historic houses
ProducerProfile_C:or the Houseâ??s century old barrels in which the wines mature.
ProducerProfile_C:our approach is to remain focused on the individual strengths of different South Australian growing regions.
ProducerProfile_C:our wines capture ideal climatic conditions and pure varietal definition.
ProducerProfile_C:overlooking the braided river
ProducerProfile_C:oversees the entire process and ensures utmost care is taken from the growing of the grapes through to the bottling of the wine.
ProducerProfile_C:owned by Englishman
ProducerProfile_C:Paolo and Lucia
ProducerProfile_C:Part of a co operative with associations across southern France. A host of skilled winemakers create a great range of super drinkable wines.
ProducerProfile_C:Paule and Jeanne
ProducerProfile_C:Penfolds enjoys an iconic status that few New World producers have achieved. Established in 1844 at the Magill Estate near Adelaide
ProducerProfile_C:Penfolds is certainly Australiaâ??s
ProducerProfile_C:perched on the slopes of the Danube river in Northern Bulgaria and overlooking the island of Esperanto. Burgozone is named after the Roman fortress built on the ancient Roman road Via Istrum. They favour minimal intervention and is ...
ProducerProfile_C:Philip Cox and his Romanian wife Elvira
ProducerProfile_C:Philippe and BenoÃ®t Girard's vines are planted on each of Sancerre's three different soil types: Terres Blanches (clay and limestone)
ProducerProfile_C:Pierre and Louis Henry.
ProducerProfile_C:Pierre BourÃ©e took over a wine business in Gevrey-Chambertin and gave it his name. In 1922
ProducerProfile_C:Pinna Fidelis has modern winemaking facilities and a philosophy based on simplicity.
ProducerProfile_C:Pinot Noir-dominated wines with depth
ProducerProfile_C:Pinot-Noir dominated Champagnes with the ability to age gracefully for many years.
ProducerProfile_C:planted twenty-six acres of grapes and were on their way!
ProducerProfile_C:planted vines in the Kimmeridgian marl
ProducerProfile_C:plenty of fruit with that unmistakeable note of flinty "terroir".
ProducerProfile_C:Poderi Colla is very much a family affair and continues the Colla family's three centuries of winemaking heritage in northern Italy.
ProducerProfile_C:Pol Roger is one of the few remaining great family-owned Champagne houses. Founded in 1849
ProducerProfile_C:Previously named ChÃ¢teau Peyre-Lebade due to its geographical location
ProducerProfile_C:Produced by Bodegas Medrano Irazu. Founded by Luis Medrano in 1984. In 1995 Amador Medrano
ProducerProfile_C:Produced by fourth generation Cielo family members who have been making wines since 1908.
ProducerProfile_C:produced by The Hochar Family continues to win acclaim from all sectors of the wine press
ProducerProfile_C:Producers focused on reviving traditional Rhône grape varieties and time-honoured winemaking methods.
ProducerProfile_C:purchasing and running a vineyard seemed like the perfect way for the couple to combine their passions. Initially thinking they would grow grapes and sell them to other wineries
ProducerProfile_C:pure flavours of New Zealand.
ProducerProfile_C:QupÃ© focuses on cool climate expressions of RhÃ´ne varietals along the Central Coast of Santa Barbara Country. Due to a their positioning
ProducerProfile_C:rated as one of the best vineyards in Fleurie. Every year the La Reine de l'Arenite winemakers select only quality parcels of grapes contributing key components to their finished wines. Offering excellent varietal purity and...
ProducerProfile_C:Recognised as one of the most influential female winemakers in the world
ProducerProfile_C:respectively in charge of export sales
ProducerProfile_C:right next to the cool Pacific Ocean
ProducerProfile_C:Riondoâ??s impressive operation is based in the town of Monteforte dâ??Alpone
ProducerProfile_C:Robert Poirier established the La RenardiÃ¨re domaine close to a small wood with a healthy population of foxes ('renardiÃ¨re' translates as foxhole). He was a pioneer with a passion for modernism; he ...
ProducerProfile_C:Rodezno and Villalba. From the very beginning Luis and Carmen have had a clear vision. They follow sustainable viticulture
ProducerProfile_C:Rupert and Rothschild Vignerons was established.
ProducerProfile_C:Russia and later the Dakotas
ProducerProfile_C:Santiago Achurra Larrain founded Vina Requingua winery in 1961 and alongside new generations of his family
ProducerProfile_C:set high above the picturesque Elgin Valley Andrew Gunn founded Iona. It is here overlooking the Atlantic ocean that he has secured some of the coolest vineyards in the Cape. In a country where cool climate vineyards are like gold d...
ProducerProfile_C:Set up in 2001 by a group of growers in the PeÃ±afiel district
ProducerProfile_C:Sileni Estates was born from a long-standing interest in wine by Graeme Avery. In late 1997
ProducerProfile_C:Since its first vintage in 1999
ProducerProfile_C:situated between Pierrefeu and Cuers and not far from ChÃ¢teau Gairoird. The Domaine's vineyards benefit from lying in a slight geographical depression which has a particular micro climate
ProducerProfile_C:situated in Castel Boglione
ProducerProfile_C:Small family growers who pay particular attention to quality ensure that the best possible fruit is used in the Sierra Grande wines. Freshness and purity are the preferred hallmarks of this producer.
ProducerProfile_C:Smalltown Vineyards express many of the Barossaâ??s prized districts form Gomersal
ProducerProfile_C:so elephants have become a kind of mascot for Delsol.
ProducerProfile_C:so the wines have beautifiul freshness and structure.
ProducerProfile_C:SolutrÃ© and PrissÃ©)
ProducerProfile_C:some of which are veritably ancient at over 100 years old. Alexandre Favier took over from his father
ProducerProfile_C:something they aim to reflect in their wines.
ProducerProfile_C:Sourced from the warm region of Lodi in Central California
ProducerProfile_C:south of Rioja and west of Priorat. They have a fantastic reputation of producing exceptional wines at a price point. The Delincuente range demonstrates undisputed value. "My favourite value winery not only in Spain
ProducerProfile_C:south-facing vineyards planted on sandstone soils and benefitting from Mediterranean breezes that cool the vines in the summer.
ProducerProfile_C:stability and nobility
ProducerProfile_C:Steve and Lori Felten
ProducerProfile_C:still sourcing from vineyards as wide ranging as Sonoma to the Sierra foothills
ProducerProfile_C:Stone Forest wines the discovery of Paleolithic stone tools by South Africaâ??s vignerons among their forest of vines. Believed to be 2.5 million years old
ProducerProfile_C:subtle wines with the velvety texture of fine burgundy.
ProducerProfile_C:succeeded him and renamed the house as Pierre BourÃ©e Fils. In 1945
ProducerProfile_C:sun-drenched hillsides in Kimmeridgian clay-limestone soils. Pinot Noir is king here
ProducerProfile_C:Susana Balbo has achieved great success with her wines since the launch of Susana Balbo Wines in 1999. Based in the foothills of the Andes in the LujÃ¡n de Cuyo region
ProducerProfile_C:sustainable techniques are maintained. Drawing on the revered
ProducerProfile_C:Syrah & Cinsault which make up the backbone of AIX RosÃ©.
ProducerProfile_C:tasting many of the modern Hunter wines can be a depressing experience but Keith Tulloch is very different
ProducerProfile_C:TauxiÃ¨res and Verzenay planted with Pinot Noir; Cuis with Chardonnay; and Champvoisy with Meunier. Bollinger are one of the few Houses to produce the majority of their own grapes for their blends. Pinot Noir represents 6...
ProducerProfile_C:Terra dâ??Alter is in the Alto Alentejo region in the south of Portugal
ProducerProfile_C:that founder and winemaker David Clouston spent his childhood. He now lives in the Wairau valley
ProducerProfile_C:The 14.5 hectare Domaine G. Saumaize (formerly Domaine des Maillettes) is now wholly run by Guillaume Saumaize
ProducerProfile_C:The 290 hectare Estate of Chateau Routas is nestled between the old town elegance of Aix-en-Provence
ProducerProfile_C:The 350ha Monte Schiavo estate in Marche is a testament to the Pieralisi family whose background was in olive oil manufacturing equipment
ProducerProfile_C:the artisan of champagne-making.
ProducerProfile_C:the Botters limited themselves to this
ProducerProfile_C:The Ca N'Estruc estate dates back to 1548. Here on the slopes of the holy mountain of Montserrat in Esparreguera - half an hour away from Barcelona - Francisco Marti cultivates 22 hectares planted at 165m on alluvial soil.
ProducerProfile_C:The Casalforte wines are the jewel in the crown of Cantine Riondo
ProducerProfile_C:The Cramele Recas Estate
ProducerProfile_C:the creation of the estate dates back much further than that
ProducerProfile_C:The Crusher Wines are a testament to an enduring partnership between the winemaking tradition of the Sebastiani family and the Wilsons
ProducerProfile_C:the daughter of a family of wine merchants
ProducerProfile_C:the domaine benefits from old vines
ProducerProfile_C:the domaine takes an ecological approach to the running of the estates aiming to bring out the best of their terroir marked by the fullness of ripe Merlot with intense red fruit aromas underpinned by delicate tannins.
ProducerProfile_C:The dynamic winemaking team at IndÃ³mita skillfully craft wines from their vineyards in two of Chileâ??s very best regions. The cooler climate Casablanca is great for Sauvignon Blanc
ProducerProfile_C:the estate has been renamed ChÃ¢teau Odilon
ProducerProfile_C:the estate of Ciacci Piccolomini dâ??Aragona can trace its roots back to the 17th century. The Ciacci family owned the estate for over a hundred years until the death of Countess Elda Ciacci. As the Countess had no children sh...
ProducerProfile_C:The estate was founded in the 11th Century by the hermits of Sainte CÃ©cile d'Estagel Abbaye and it made wine for pilgrims en route to Santiago de Compostella. The estate encompasses 80 hectares of sunny
ProducerProfile_C:The Fabre Family have been producing wine in one way or another for over four hundred years. In 1711
ProducerProfile_C:the family has cultivated the land with the aim of producing top quality fruit.
ProducerProfile_C:the family settled in Gasparets
ProducerProfile_C:the family settled in Lodi
ProducerProfile_C:the family-owned company encompasses complementary beverage categories
ProducerProfile_C:the family-owned company was transformed into a joint-stock company "Cavas Lavernoya SA"
ProducerProfile_C:the first wines were sold on the European market
ProducerProfile_C:the God of Wine.
ProducerProfile_C:the grapes from these coastal gems can be transformed into wine with wild yeast and an absolute minimum of intervention.
ProducerProfile_C:the great period of textiles which marked Carcassonne life was over
ProducerProfile_C:The Gremillet estate was founded by Jean-Michel Gremillet in 1979 when he inherited a plot of vines from his mother
ProducerProfile_C:The Hesketh Wine Company is a small
ProducerProfile_C:The history of the Botters begins in 1928
ProducerProfile_C:The house of Dr Zenzen have since 1636 been wine growers in Germany. This family tradition of more than 380 years stands for great experience and exclusiveness concerning the quality of wines. The Einig-Zenzen family produces wine g...
ProducerProfile_C:the house possesses over 40 hectares of vineyards and is situated in a small village 45 kilometres from Troyes - the historic capital of Champagne - and 180 kilometres south of Reims. The vines lie on steep
ProducerProfile_C:the house was later taken over by his widow Madame Clicquot at the age of 27 in 1810. Through determination
ProducerProfile_C:The La Battistina estate consists of 26ha of mature vineyard including 5ha in Gavi del Comune di Gavi. The property was acquired by leading Piemonte producer Araldica in 2002
ProducerProfile_C:the leading co-operative in the Monferrato hills of Piemonte. All aspects of production
ProducerProfile_C:the leading co-operative in the Monferrato hills of Piemonte. Their aim is to produce authentic
ProducerProfile_C:the leading co-operative in the Monferrato hills of Piemonte. They aim is to produce authentic wines from local grape varieties.
ProducerProfile_C:the literal translation being "Land of the long white cloud".
ProducerProfile_C:the medieval Bastion at the heart of Domaine Chanson
ProducerProfile_C:the people and of course the wineâ?¦ Master of Wine Giles Cooke
ProducerProfile_C:The Pfaffl winery is run by winemaker Roman Joseph Pfaffl and his sister Heidi Fischer who handles the administration and marketing. The winery is based in the village of Stetton in the Weinviertel region near Vienna. It has grown f...
ProducerProfile_C:The PrÃ¼m familyâ??s roots in the Mosel region of Germany date back as far as 1156
ProducerProfile_C:The previously undervalued Tejo region in Portugal
ProducerProfile_C:the regionâ??s unique black grape.
ProducerProfile_C:the same year Ronald Reagan came to power and JR was shot in 'Dallas'
ProducerProfile_C:The Sepp Moser Estate was founded by the famous Austrian wine producing pioneer
ProducerProfile_C:the son of winegrower
ProducerProfile_C:the tannery is a workshop where leather is made. Around 1880
ProducerProfile_C:The Tenuta Campogiovanni is a sister estate to Agricola San Felice
ProducerProfile_C:the upswing was to follow with the next generation. In 1950 the sons Enzo and Arnaldo joined the company. With them
ProducerProfile_C:the value of this unique terroir was far less recognised and after the war HervÃ© set about buying all of the other McCarthy plots
ProducerProfile_C:The Venelles wine cooperative was created in 1924 and has been highly successful ever since promoting consistently high quality wine making. In 1990 neighbouring wineries of Venelles and Le Puy Sainte RÃ©parade joined f...
ProducerProfile_C:The Villa La Pagliaia property in Castelnuovo Berardenga
ProducerProfile_C:The vineyards of Chateau Musar are located at an altitude of over 3
ProducerProfile_C:The Wilson family has been farming the rich land in Clarksburg for four generations
ProducerProfile_C:the Wilsons are committed to each other. As growers
ProducerProfile_C:The winery was established as a co-operative in 1959. In 2001 it joined with two other progressive
ProducerProfile_C:their Muscadetâ??s offer the very best from the most classic of all the Loire regions. The domain owns 74 hectares of vine with the majority of â??Muscadet SÃ¨vre & Maineâ??.
ProducerProfile_C:their oenological tourism project.
ProducerProfile_C:their unrivalled reputation has been guaranteed by the consistent excellence of the wines. Favoured by Winston Churchill.
ProducerProfile_C:these stone implements highlight the great antiquity of man in Southern Africa.
ProducerProfile_C:these vineyards are veritable nuggets. There is an extremely long growing season
ProducerProfile_C:these wines are unique with a purity and intensity of flavour which is characteristic of their region.
ProducerProfile_C:these wines offer a tantalising taste of contemporary Spain.
ProducerProfile_C:these wines showcase the patience
ProducerProfile_C:they are at the north-west limit of Rioja Alta - with vineyards in Ollauri
ProducerProfile_C:they are committed to producing the highest quality fruit for all varietals because they know that premium fruit is essential to great wines.
ProducerProfile_C:they are set apart from most other regions of California. They are a proud member of the Rhone Rangers
ProducerProfile_C:they began to plant varieties that included Zinfandel
ProducerProfile_C:they eventually settled on the best 140 hectares available and have 107 hectares planted to date. Their philosophy has been carried through to the cellar where only the best will be vinified with the remaining grapes being sold off.
ProducerProfile_C:they expanded the cellars and the winery
ProducerProfile_C:they identified 1000 hectares as potential sites for quality vineyards. However
ProducerProfile_C:they maintain the same innovative spirit and devotion to quality and consistency that generated their success in that first year.
ProducerProfile_C:they regularly host world class flying winemakers
ProducerProfile_C:they searched for the perfect plot of land
ProducerProfile_C:they started with a vision of the type of wine they would love to help to create. After consulting with local experts and winemaking trailblazers and being inspired by the cool climate Chardonnays and Pinots coming out of Moira Vine...
ProducerProfile_C:they use concrete tanks for vinification
ProducerProfile_C:they work with pristine fruit sourced from iconic vineyard sites.
ProducerProfile_C:theyâ??re kept fresh by breezes from the Montserrat mountains and the Mediterranean Sea. Certified organic in 2016
ProducerProfile_C:this Chilean winery has been producing award-winning wines from almost 1
ProducerProfile_C:this is a Cava house at the cutting edgeâ?¦
ProducerProfile_C:this is very much a family affair. Nicolas Portet is the winemaker; the wine style is harmonious and well-balanced allowing the excellent quality of the fruit to shine through.
ProducerProfile_C:this range offers consistent quality
ProducerProfile_C:Thistledown Wine Co. are a small-batch winery in the idyllic Adelaide Hills
ProducerProfile_C:to which Samantha Bailey brings her esteemed palate and decades experience to hone these elements into the brightest wines of The Sunshine State.
ProducerProfile_C:to work with their team.
ProducerProfile_C:Tony Cartlidge started his winery in an undistinguished Napa Valley garage. Possibly the original Californian 'garagiste' he set out to source the best possible grapes to handcraft his wines in this unassuming home. Nea...
ProducerProfile_C:took over in 1986 and has steered the group to its current situation. The group comprises of 6 wineries
ProducerProfile_C:took the reins of the project incorporating his ideas and making Rioja Alavesa wines with more Atlantic influence than Mediterranean. The vineyards are at relatively high altitude close to the Sierra Cantabria
ProducerProfile_C:Touraine. He has been at the helm for over 20 years.
ProducerProfile_C:tufa-laden plateaux ('Les Coteaux Tufiers') above the Premieres CÃ´tes de Vouvray.
ProducerProfile_C:Two Rivers of Marlborough takes its name from the iconic rivers that feed the wine growing heart of Marlboroughâ??s renowned Wairau and Awatere Valleys. It was in the Awatere valley
ProducerProfile_C:Uggiano produces classic and classy Tuscan reds from the region's principal grape varieties.
ProducerProfile_C:unashamedly proud of their deep affection for Primitivo.
ProducerProfile_C:Unbeatable quality and value from Moreno France who work with long-term partners and winemakers to bring us wines that punch well above their weight.
ProducerProfile_C:underpining the 60 hectares of vineyards. These wines show great typicity
ProducerProfile_C:unusually at the price
ProducerProfile_C:ushering in a new era for Chateau Routas.
ProducerProfile_C:Valenciso was established in 1998 as a collaboration between ex Bodegas Palaciosâ?? Luis Valentin and Carmen Enciso. Situated in the town of Ollauri
ProducerProfile_C:Vallet FrÃ¨res is now in the hands of the fourth generation of the family
ProducerProfile_C:Vallisto winemaker Pancho Lavaque
ProducerProfile_C:varietal or stylisticâ?? boundaries
ProducerProfile_C:very much central to the running of the business. Susana brings a huge amount of passion and commitment to her wines which are now enjoying global success.
ProducerProfile_C:ViÃ±as del Jaro is the heart of the Vinedos Iberian operation. The winery lies in a very prestigious neighbourhood
ProducerProfile_C:Victor is keen to prove that Rioja Baja has its own distinct character and should not be judged as inferior to Rioja Alta or Alavesa - just different.
ProducerProfile_C:Victor Manzanos carries on the work of the four generations before him. Adding in significant amounts of ambition and energy
ProducerProfile_C:Victor Manzanos is at the forefront of the new Rioja - championing a modern interpretation of its varieties through his wines. As a grower
ProducerProfile_C:Vilarnau is a boutique and modern Cava producer with a touch of the avant-garde about it. Their style is heavily influenced by their proximity to the cosmopolitan and colourful city of Barcelona
ProducerProfile_C:Vina Cobos has pushed the boundaries of winemaking in two of the premier growing regions of Mendoza: LujÃ¡n de Cuyo and Uco Valley. Paul Hobbs and his team at Vina Cobos had the vision and inspiration to create â?...
ProducerProfile_C:vineyards and regions to create a consistent and outstanding range of wines. Its flagship wine
ProducerProfile_C:vintage to vintage
ProducerProfile_C:Voted by Wines of Chile as "Winery of the Year 2016"
ProducerProfile_C:Vouvray Les Coteaux Tufiers is sourced directly from growers in the heart of the Vouvray region for over 20 years. Their old vine Chenin Blanc plots lie on chalky
ProducerProfile_C:was awarded a Lifetime Achievement Award in 2015 and the Californian poppy logo of the winery is now world renowned.
ProducerProfile_C:went on to create a major champagne House. The combination of tradition
ProducerProfile_C:What is Akurra? Also known as the rainbow serpent and the snake deity of the Aboriginal people
ProducerProfile_C:when Carlo Bot ter and his wife Maria founded the Casa Vinicola Carlo Botter in Fossalta di Piave and started selling wine in barrels and glass balloons. For a long time
ProducerProfile_C:When Peter and Nick Pentz set out to establish their vineyards
ProducerProfile_C:where he has made his home and his mark on the wine industry.
ProducerProfile_C:where the Duero and DuratÃ³n rivers converge
ProducerProfile_C:where they pioneered the wild ferment style that has now been adopted by many producers in this region.
ProducerProfile_C:where they utilise high altitude to impart character and freshness in their wines.
ProducerProfile_C:which are placed in the de By sector of the appellation.
ProducerProfile_C:which is the very definition of Australian fine wine and the 1955 vintage was even described by Wine Spectator as one of the â??Wines of the Centuryâ??.
ProducerProfile_C:which now belong to the modern winery and 40 hectares of vineyards.
ProducerProfile_C:which now includes five estates
ProducerProfile_C:which serves as one of South Africaâ??s eleven official languages and the native tongue of our most famous citizen
ProducerProfile_C:which they have successfully sold over 95 years. Replacing several owners
ProducerProfile_C:whilst sticking to their garagiste roots of taking a different path.
ProducerProfile_C:who established the wines' pedigree
ProducerProfile_C:who eventually became director of the house
ProducerProfile_C:who for decades have been recognised as one of the best suppliers of shellfish in Spain. Laureano OubiÃ±a's long held ambition to make wine was realised with the purchase of a vineyard in the Val do SalnÃ&...
ProducerProfile_C:who have developed the property and wines to their current respected position.
ProducerProfile_C:who proudly champions expressing the native grape varieties.
ProducerProfile_C:who ran it with his wife
ProducerProfile_C:who works with his son Adrien. Their winemaking is meticulous and the wines are benchmarks for the region.
ProducerProfile_C:whole bunch pressing and using natural fermentation without fining or filtering it helps him create wines that are world class.
ProducerProfile_C:whose family was from Gascony
ProducerProfile_C:Widely regarded as one of the best co-operatives in the world
ProducerProfile_C:wine making excellence and pioneering spirit that have made New Zealand wines world class. A far cry from their early French origins
ProducerProfile_C:Winemaker Giuseppe Losapio founded Azienda Uggiano in the early 1970s
ProducerProfile_C:wines from local grape varieties.
ProducerProfile_C:Wines inspired by the spirit of place - â??Lâ??esprit de lieuâ??. The wines of Terres FidÃ¨les are created in the Roussillon and surrounding regions
ProducerProfile_C:with 11 ha dedicated to the production of Nebbiolo for its flagship Barbarescos
ProducerProfile_C:with 2 highly regarded Veneto co-ops as co-investors.
ProducerProfile_C:with a dedicated winery at Ravina di Trento built in 1964.
ProducerProfile_C:with a reputation built on high quality Valpolicella and Amarone. The winery was family-owned until 2018 when Montresor was acquired by Cevico
ProducerProfile_C:With a romantic family history behind it
ProducerProfile_C:with additional winery operations in Napa Valley
ProducerProfile_C:with his grandfather producing wine as early as 1870 under the Cafayate Family Wines brand.
ProducerProfile_C:with no money to buy vineyards and seeing no reason to
ProducerProfile_C:with Susanaâ??s children
ProducerProfile_C:With the 3rd generation of the Falasco family at the helm
ProducerProfile_C:With the 3rd generation of the family at the helm
ProducerProfile_C:with the largest vineyard holdings in the region. La Battistina (and the neighbouring 20ha estate of La Lancellotta
ProducerProfile_C:with the remainder dedicated to Chardonnay
ProducerProfile_C:with their new Mont Aigu facility featuring some of the most advanced technology in all of the Champagne region.
ProducerProfile_C:with whom it has worked closely for decades.
ProducerProfile_C:woods and fields.
ProducerProfile_C:yet accessible wines. We work with our own growers and process our own wines like traditional wineries. But rather than attempt to be all things to all people from one region
ProducerProfile_C:young Haroldo â??Don Loloâ?? Falasco started selling wine from the front of his bikeâ?¦he had ambition & a dream; he worked hard over the next few decades with ever greater success to the extent that today
Region_C:Campo de Borja
Region_C:New South Wales
Region_C:Pays d'Oc IGP
Region_C:Ribera del Duero
Region_C:South West France
Region_C:Vin de France
Style_C:Aromatic & Complex
Style_C:Aromatic & Intense
Style_C:Dry & Aromatic
Style_C:Dry & Crisp
Style_C:Dry & Fruity
Style_C:Dry & Full
Style_C:Floral & Aromatic
Style_C:Floral & Herbaceous
Style_C:Fresh & Fruity
Style_C:Light & Creamy
Style_C:Light & Fruity
Style_C:Light & Zesty
Style_C:Powerful & Rich
Style_C:Rich & Complex
Style_C:Rich & Creamy
Style_C:Rich & Fruity
Style_C:Rich & Full
Style_C:Soft & Fruity
Style_C:Vibrant & Fruity
SubRegion_C: DOC Valpolicella Ripasso
SubRegion_C:DOCG Amarone Della Valpolicella
SubRegion_C:DOCG Chainti Classico
SubRegion_C:La Consulta - Uco Valley
TastingNotes_C: A velvety mousse and lingering flavours of wild berries.
TastingNotes_C: Fresh and lively on the palate with juicy citrus character.
TastingNotes_C:A baby Chateau Musar!
TastingNotes_C:A beautiful nose with intense floral aromas as well as notes of quince and citrus.
TastingNotes_C:A beautifully crisp
TastingNotes_C:A beautifully rich Pinot Gris with stone fruits and a long
TastingNotes_C:A beautifully rounded Viognier packed full of classic stone fruits.
TastingNotes_C:A boldly aromatic Pinot Noir with notes of sweet cherry and dark chocolate.
TastingNotes_C:A bright and fruit forward nose of plum
TastingNotes_C:A charming and pretty wine with hints of berries
TastingNotes_C:A charming Cabernet from one Argentina's leading producers.
TastingNotes_C:A charming claret with notes of fresh blackcurrant fruit
TastingNotes_C:A cheeky Aussie Shiraz that's juicy and full of ripe dark fruits.
TastingNotes_C:A classic and delicious Saint Émilion - well made and elegant.
TastingNotes_C:A classic RosÃ© de Provence
TastingNotes_C:A classic white Rhone blend of Viognier and Rousanne.
TastingNotes_C:A complex and elegant Sancerre with delicate aromas of green apple and citrus.
TastingNotes_C:A complex and seductive nose
TastingNotes_C:A complex and smoky nose with roasted coffee
TastingNotes_C:A cracking Eden Valley Riesling which is bright
TastingNotes_C:A cracking little Merlot with soft red fruits and hints of violets.
TastingNotes_C:A cracking little organic Cava.
TastingNotes_C:A cracking little rosé with crunchy red fruits and a touch of Cinsault spice!
TastingNotes_C:A cracking little South African Syrah packed full of bramble fruits and a little earthy character.
TastingNotes_C:A crisp and delicate Pinot Grigio with gentle aromas of white flower and citrus fruit.
TastingNotes_C:A crowd pleasing white blend! Sauvignon bring freshness and acidity while Verdejo adds wonderful aromatics.
TastingNotes_C:A delicate cherry hue with a hint of copper. The mousse is fine and persistent. A delicate cherry hue with a hint of copper. The mousse is fine and persistent. A delicate cherry hue with a hint of copper. The mousse is fine and persi...
TastingNotes_C:A delicate pink sparkling rosé with strawberry and raspberry aromas and soft berry characters on the palate.
TastingNotes_C:A delicate rose with ripe strawberry notes and a mouth-watering
TastingNotes_C:A delicately fresh nose of wild raspberries and subtle wood smoke.
TastingNotes_C:A delicious baby Amarone packed full of rich red fruits and sweet spice.
TastingNotes_C:A delicious example of Austria's signature white grape.
TastingNotes_C:A deliciously fresh and elegant Champagne with a great balance of fruity flavours and a soft
TastingNotes_C:A deliciously fresh white wine with citrus fruit flavours and a hint of hazelnuts.
TastingNotes_C:A deliciously fruity wine with notes of passion fruit
TastingNotes_C:A deliciously off-dry style of Chenin Blanc with aromas of lime and ripe melon.
TastingNotes_C:A deliciously refreshing change from straight Sauvignon Blanc.
TastingNotes_C:A fabulous Chardonnay from the Penfolds portfolio.
TastingNotes_C:A fabulous grower Champagne which is fresh and approachable.
TastingNotes_C:A fabulous tangy rose with crunchy red fruits and fresh acidity.
TastingNotes_C:A fresh and citrussy Godello from the Valdeorras D.O in the north west of Spain.
TastingNotes_C:A fresh and fruity Malbec with aromas of plums
TastingNotes_C:A fresh nose of citrus fruit
TastingNotes_C:A fruit driven Crianza with ripe red fruit aromas complemented by notes of vanilla
TastingNotes_C:A fruit forward Malbec with hints of juicy redcurrants
TastingNotes_C:A fruity Pinot Noir from Bulgaria's Danube wine region.
TastingNotes_C:A full bodied
TastingNotes_C:A gentle Sangiovese based blend with soft red fruits
TastingNotes_C:A gorgeous red from one of Spain's top wine regions
TastingNotes_C:A great little intro to wines from Lebanon.
TastingNotes_C:A great value
TastingNotes_C:a hint of lavender
TastingNotes_C:A light and elegant white wine with gentle citrus fruit.
TastingNotes_C:A light and refreshing rose with aromas of fresh redcurrant and watermelon on the nose.
TastingNotes_C:A lively and fresh unoaked Rioja Blanco from Finca Manzanos.
TastingNotes_C:A lively Torrontes with notes of peach
TastingNotes_C:A lovely claret from an excellent vinatge. The nose is complex and dominated by notes of mature red and black fruits.
TastingNotes_C:A lovely drop of English fizz!
TastingNotes_C:A lovely unoaked Chardonnay with bright stone fruit and tropical aromas.
TastingNotes_C:A powerful nose of black fruit
TastingNotes_C:A real treat for Malbec fans
TastingNotes_C:A rich and distinct wine that boasts aromas of ripe Mediterranean fruits.
TastingNotes_C:A rich and juicy orange wine from a great producer in Romania.
TastingNotes_C:A rich Burgundian white that reveals finesse and balance throughout
TastingNotes_C:A riper style than usual from France with inviting peachy fruit on the nose and an intense
TastingNotes_C:A silky and well balanced Pinot with plenty of blackcherry and floral notes.
TastingNotes_C:A stylish and elegant Chardonnay from South Africa.
TastingNotes_C:A tasty unoaked Malbec from the fabulous Bodgea Altocedro winery.
TastingNotes_C:A touch of oak ageing adds texture and complexity to the elegant fruit and minerally character.
TastingNotes_C:A traditional ChÃ¢teauneuf-du-Pape with a peppery
TastingNotes_C:A vibrant and citrussy Orange wine from Olivier Cazenave.
TastingNotes_C:A world-renowned red from the famous Chateau Musar estate.
TastingNotes_C:abundant gooseberry aromas follow through onto the palate where it explodes with a full on citrus zing.
TastingNotes_C:Abundant pineapple and tropical fruit characters
TastingNotes_C:acacia and notes of crunchy green apple.
TastingNotes_C:almond and cream.
TastingNotes_C:along with hints of licorice
TastingNotes_C:An attractive pale rosÃ© which is clean
TastingNotes_C:An elegant fruity citrus nose with pleasantly balanced acidity and crisp bite.
TastingNotes_C:An elegant Pinot Blanc with aromas of white peach and citrus.
TastingNotes_C:An elegant wine with distinct roasted coffee beans and rich dark chocolate flavours.
TastingNotes_C:An enticing nose of white peach and pear with hints of fresh lime and gooseberry.
TastingNotes_C:An intense wine with cherry
TastingNotes_C:An intriguing nose of wild berries
TastingNotes_C:An inviting ?drink me now? nose which is gently spicy and lightly perfumed.
TastingNotes_C:and a touch of vanilla.
TastingNotes_C:and blackberry compot.
TastingNotes_C:and dried peach.
TastingNotes_C:and even hints of Turkish Delight and sandalwood.
TastingNotes_C:and loved by those who prefer a richer Champagne style.
TastingNotes_C:apple and citrus notes.
TastingNotes_C:Apple aromas with hints of honey and peach.
TastingNotes_C:apples and elderflowers.
TastingNotes_C:apricot and floral notes.
TastingNotes_C:apricot and white flower aromas.
TastingNotes_C:apricot and white spice.
TastingNotes_C:Arguably the world's most famous Sauvignon Blanc!
TastingNotes_C:Aromas and flavours of cherry and black fruits infused with subtle
TastingNotes_C:Aromas of fresh raspberry
TastingNotes_C:Aromatic and complex with notes of apple compote and peaches
TastingNotes_C:Aromatic and intense with lovely aromas of wild red berries
TastingNotes_C:aromatic and juicy.
TastingNotes_C:Aromatic and peachy with notes of brioche followed by a crisp
TastingNotes_C:aromatic Viognier with some peach
TastingNotes_C:Aromatic with scents of fresh apricot and peach.
TastingNotes_C:Attractive varietal aromas of lime and citrus with delicately floral
TastingNotes_C:balanced by zesty acidity and a ripe yet crisp finish.
TastingNotes_C:Beautiful aromas of candied citrus and roasted pear leading into a fresh and frank palate.
TastingNotes_C:Beautifully balanced and offers layers of red berry fruits on the palate
TastingNotes_C:Beautifully perfumed on the nose with zesty lemon
TastingNotes_C:Believed to have originated in Greece
TastingNotes_C:berry fruited palate.
TastingNotes_C:bitter cherry and sweet plummy fruit.
TastingNotes_C:black cherry and earthy spice.
TastingNotes_C:blackberries and a hint of spice.
TastingNotes_C:blackberries and blueberry pie.
TastingNotes_C:blackberry and plum notes.
TastingNotes_C:blackberry compote and hints of liquorice.
TastingNotes_C:blackcherry and subtle smoky notes.
TastingNotes_C:blackcurrants and plums.
TastingNotes_C:blossom and hints of sandalwood.
TastingNotes_C:Bold and beautiful Meursault! Drinking now but will age superbly.
TastingNotes_C:Bright and inviting aromas of tropical pineapple
TastingNotes_C:Bright aromas of black cherry and bramble fruit with some savoury notes.
TastingNotes_C:Brightly perfumed fruit
TastingNotes_C:Bursting with red and blackcurrant fruits
TastingNotes_C:Bursting with tropical fruit and a refreshing streak of lime.
TastingNotes_C:caramel and dark berry accents on the finish.
TastingNotes_C:cedar and liqourice.
TastingNotes_C:Charming Albarino from Spain's Rias Baixas region.
TastingNotes_C:cherry and blackberry lead to biscuity notes and dried fruit flavours.
TastingNotes_C:citrus and gentle tropical aromas.
TastingNotes_C:citrus and green apple character.
TastingNotes_C:Citrus fruit and white flower with a touch of white spice.
TastingNotes_C:citrus peel and honeysuckle
TastingNotes_C:Classic baked apple and zippy citrus aromas with soft
TastingNotes_C:Classic Barossa charm
TastingNotes_C:Classic Cabernet Franc with notes of cassis and blackcurrant leaf.
TastingNotes_C:Classic green fruit and herbaceous notes followed by a richly-textured finish.
TastingNotes_C:Classic Macon Chardonnay. Ripe stone fruits are framed by vibrant
TastingNotes_C:Classic Merlot with plenty of red cherry
TastingNotes_C:Classic Pinot with aromas of red berries
TastingNotes_C:Classic red fruit characters of strawberry and cranberry and a hint of vanilla.
TastingNotes_C:classic SÃ©guret - about as good as CÃ´tes du RhÃ´ne Villages gets!
TastingNotes_C:Classic Veuve Clicquot delivering a fine balance between fruity aromas and more subtle toasty notes.
TastingNotes_C:Classic white Burgundy from one of the region's top villages.
TastingNotes_C:clean with fresh apple and a touch of grapefruit.
TastingNotes_C:cocoa and coffee.
TastingNotes_C:cocoa and pepper
TastingNotes_C:combined with spicy
TastingNotes_C:complemented by spice and a lick of creamy oak.
TastingNotes_C:Complex and intriguing Cabernet with notes of liquorice
TastingNotes_C:Complex and layered with aromas of tropical fruit and brioche.
TastingNotes_C:Complex and rich with hints of ripe fruits and spices.
TastingNotes_C:Complex aromas combining floral characters with preserved lemon and gentle smoky notes.
TastingNotes_C:complexity and power.
TastingNotes_C:complimented by floral tones.
TastingNotes_C:Concentrated mulberry and soft plummy fruit flavours and smooth savoury tannins.
TastingNotes_C:cool-climate Pinot with soft red fruits.
TastingNotes_C:creamy and fleshy but still with a lively acidity
TastingNotes_C:creamy lemon and ripe peach.
TastingNotes_C:crisp and fresh.
TastingNotes_C:Crisp and refreshing with lovely herbaceous aromas and crisp green apples.
TastingNotes_C:crisp and zesty with aromas of citrus and passion fruit.
TastingNotes_C:Crunchy red fruit and a delicate hint of sweetness. Perfect if you don't like it too dry!
TastingNotes_C:dark chocolate and spice aromas.
TastingNotes_C:dark chocolate and spice.
TastingNotes_C:Dark fruits with a mixture of spices and a touch of leather.
TastingNotes_C:dark-fruited and aromatic
TastingNotes_C:Delicate and fruity with notes of prune
TastingNotes_C:Delicate and lively on the palate with ripe fruit
TastingNotes_C:delicate apple fruit on the palate.
TastingNotes_C:Delicate aromas of pear
TastingNotes_C:Delicate citrus fruits and a soft creamy mousse.
TastingNotes_C:Delicate floral and stone fruit aromas
TastingNotes_C:Delicate summer fruit aromas are followed by a crisp
TastingNotes_C:Delicious New Zealand Sauvignon! Loads of classic gooseberry and passionfruit aromas.
TastingNotes_C:Delicious old vine Carignan from the Languedoc.
TastingNotes_C:Delicious served with fresh Strawberries and whipped cream!
TastingNotes_C:Dolomite wines express great purity of fruit and balanced elegance.
TastingNotes_C:Dry and refreshing with flavours of lemon peel
TastingNotes_C:dry white produced from the most popular variety for English "still" wines.
TastingNotes_C:dynamic Malbec with ripe plum and raisin flavours.
TastingNotes_C:Elegant and well-balanced with gentle red fruit flavours and a crisp
TastingNotes_C:elegant bubbles and notes of green apple
TastingNotes_C:elegant flavours and a long finish.
TastingNotes_C:Expressive and aromatic with mature fruit and spices.
TastingNotes_C:exuberant fresh red cherry
TastingNotes_C:f you like your reds smooth and silky
TastingNotes_C:Fabulous German Pinot Noir from the Rheinhessen.
TastingNotes_C:fine tannins and great complexity.
TastingNotes_C:Floral and fresh with notes of Morello cherries and dark chocolate.
TastingNotes_C:Floral and fruity with some delicous toasty notes from oak ageing.
TastingNotes_C:Floral and herbaceous with elegance
TastingNotes_C:followed by a soft
TastingNotes_C:Fresh and aromatic with aromas of passionfruit
TastingNotes_C:Fresh and crisp with notes of apple
TastingNotes_C:Fresh and delicate
TastingNotes_C:Fresh and elegant with lovely aromatics and a creamy
TastingNotes_C:Fresh and gentle with ripe stone fruits.
TastingNotes_C:fresh and herby Portuguese white.
TastingNotes_C:Fresh and incisive with citrus notes and crisp acidity.
TastingNotes_C:fresh and juicy with plenty of raspberry and peach fruit.
TastingNotes_C:Fresh and lightly honeyed on the nose with savoury
TastingNotes_C:Fresh and vibrant red fruit on the palate with vanilla
TastingNotes_C:Fresh and vibrant with plenty of juicy red fruits.
TastingNotes_C:Fresh aromas of strawberry
TastingNotes_C:Fresh aromatics of lime leaf
TastingNotes_C:fresh cranberry and nutmeg.
TastingNotes_C:fresh currants and a toasty finish.
TastingNotes_C:fresh example of Cabernet Franc with notes of cassis
TastingNotes_C:Fresh gooseberry and passionfruit notes with a hint of tangy citrus character.
TastingNotes_C:Fresh morello cherry
TastingNotes_C:Freshly cut watermelon
TastingNotes_C:From California's Sonoma wine region
TastingNotes_C:fruit forward natural wine.
TastingNotes_C:fruit forward Portuguese blend.
TastingNotes_C:Fruit-driven with flavours of pomegranate
TastingNotes_C:fruit-forward Sauvignon Blanc that's brimming with classic notes of gooseberry
TastingNotes_C:Fruity and slightly floral with apple and underlying citrus and lime flavours.
TastingNotes_C:fruity and well balanced with hints of raspberries
TastingNotes_C:fruity Zinfandel with a dash of Syrah
TastingNotes_C:Full and rich yet wonderfully fresh
TastingNotes_C:Full bodied Cabernet with hints of dark cherry
TastingNotes_C:Fuller than Pinot Noir from Burgundy
TastingNotes_C:Gently aromatic with nutty mineral notes and a delicate honeyed finish.
TastingNotes_C:grapefruit and lime notes with a subtle touch of white pepper.
TastingNotes_C:grapefruit and white peach.
TastingNotes_C:green apple and gooseberry combine to deliver a crisp aromatic Sauvignon Blanc.
TastingNotes_C:green apple and pear.
TastingNotes_C:guava and fresh strawberries.
TastingNotes_C:heady aromas of raspberry ripple
TastingNotes_C:herbal notes and a touch of spice.
TastingNotes_C:hints of blueberry and aromatic spices.
TastingNotes_C:Hints of coffee and chocolate with ripe crushed berry
TastingNotes_C:hints of lemon
TastingNotes_C:honeyed style with concentrated stone fruits and a complex
TastingNotes_C:honeysuckle and plenty of juicy acidity.
TastingNotes_C:If you like Port
TastingNotes_C:Inky black with intense
TastingNotes_C:Intense and complex sweet apple and pear perfume with some soft orange flora.
TastingNotes_C:Intense aromas of black cherries
TastingNotes_C:Intense berry and baked fruit aromas with a touch of spice.
TastingNotes_C:Intense red berry fruit and hints of vanilla.
TastingNotes_C:Intense rose petal and lychee with hints of ginger
TastingNotes_C:Italy's Champagne equivalent! Lively and very approachable with citrus fruits and golden apple character .
TastingNotes_C:juicy acidity and warming spicey notes.
TastingNotes_C:Juicy and fresh with wonderful concentrated blackcurrant notes.
TastingNotes_C:Juicy and refreshing - perfect with seafood!
TastingNotes_C:juicy Cabernet Sauvignon with moreish black-fruit notes and bouncy acidity
TastingNotes_C:Juicy fruit flavors mingle with notes of toasted almond and clove spice.
TastingNotes_C:Juicy plum and raspberry notes on the palate
TastingNotes_C:La Grande Année is the embodiement of the carefully preserved traditional expertise of the Bollinger Champagne House.
TastingNotes_C:laced with vanilla and hints of mocha and liquorice.
TastingNotes_C:Le Fou has a warm
TastingNotes_C:leather and delicate violet aromas
TastingNotes_C:leathery nose and plenty of sweet spice.
TastingNotes_C:Light lemon and stone fruit flavours are wrapped up in a soft
TastingNotes_C:lightly honeyed notes.
TastingNotes_C:Lightly honeyed spicy nose with distinct floral
TastingNotes_C:lime and hints of spice.
TastingNotes_C:lime tree and delicate hints of pineapple and ginger.
TastingNotes_C:liquorice and chocolate.
TastingNotes_C:Lovely aromatic nose of ripe peaches and apricots
TastingNotes_C:Lovely minerality and weight
TastingNotes_C:Lovely notes of fresh spring flowers
TastingNotes_C:Luscious strawberry ice cream on the nose supported by a bright
TastingNotes_C:Mature red fruits on the nose
TastingNotes_C:Medium to fullbodied black fruits balanced by a slight grip and length offered by underlying tannins.
TastingNotes_C:melon and a hint of buttery toast!
TastingNotes_C:Michaut Freres wines show great typicity
TastingNotes_C:modern Margaux. Perfumed and soft with a good fruit core.
TastingNotes_C:mulberry and cassis aromas with a roasted walnut complexity.
TastingNotes_C:mulberry and cedar wood complemented by soft
TastingNotes_C:Notes of cherry
TastingNotes_C:notes of brioche and fresh acidity.
TastingNotes_C:Notes of tangerine and nectarine coupled with some fresh acidity make this a real crowd pleaser of a white.
TastingNotes_C:Notes of tobacco and rose petals
TastingNotes_C:nutty notes and hints of citrus peel.
TastingNotes_C:One of our best sellers! Soft and fruity with hints of damsosn and plums.
TastingNotes_C:Opulent dark fruit
TastingNotes_C:Packed full of classic Viognier character
TastingNotes_C:Pale lemon in colour with an intense nose of white flowers and exotic fruit.
TastingNotes_C:passionfruit and gentle herbaceous aromas.
TastingNotes_C:peaches and acacia.
TastingNotes_C:Perfect aperitif or enjoy with smoked salmon blinis!
TastingNotes_C:Petite Sirah and Cabernet Sauvignon.
TastingNotes_C:plenty of fruit with that unmistakeable note of flinty "terroir".
TastingNotes_C:Plenty of red berry character
TastingNotes_C:plum and cedar with notes of tobacco leaf and leather.
TastingNotes_C:plum and red berry fruit with a touch of spice on the nose.
TastingNotes_C:plum and tarry
TastingNotes_C:plum jam and cas.sis
TastingNotes_C:Plummy fruit notes and subtle cherry and spice flavours combine to provide a wine that's wonderfully smooth.
TastingNotes_C:plus notes of woodsmoke and dark spice.
TastingNotes_C:PNVZ16 is made exclusively from Pinot Noir from Bollinger's Verzenay terroir.
TastingNotes_C:poise and tang.
TastingNotes_C:Powerful structure with a soft sweetness.
TastingNotes_C:Premium sparkling wine from Italy! Fresh and elegant with white flower and citrus notes.
TastingNotes_C:Pretty fruit cake and spicy aromatics.
TastingNotes_C:Proper white Côtes du Rhône; fresh and medium-bodied.
TastingNotes_C:raspberries and blackberries purr with vanilla meringue and toasty oak notes.
TastingNotes_C:raspberry and bell pepper.
TastingNotes_C:Red and black fruits with a warming
TastingNotes_C:Redcurrants and cherry
TastingNotes_C:rhubarb and subtle pepper spice.
TastingNotes_C:Ribera Del Duero in Castilla y Leon.
TastingNotes_C:Rich and characterful with aromas of tangerine peel and a host of tropical fruits.
TastingNotes_C:Rich and rounded with ripe plum and blackberry notes.
TastingNotes_C:rich and very classy.
TastingNotes_C:rich expressive and super silky!
TastingNotes_C:rich nose with aromas of black cherry compote.
TastingNotes_C:Rich plum and bramble fruit characters with soft
TastingNotes_C:Rich red berry and strawberry fruit with some warming spice flavours.
TastingNotes_C:Richly fruited with classic savoury notes.
TastingNotes_C:Richly textured and nicely balanced with flavours of apricots and peaches.
TastingNotes_C:ripe and beautifully balanced with acidity.
TastingNotes_C:Ripe and full bodied with notes of blackberry and wild plum.
TastingNotes_C:ripe and gently honeyed with crisp green apple fruit.
TastingNotes_C:Ripe black and red fruits with hints of spice
TastingNotes_C:ripe citrus and stone fruit flavours and a lovely hint of minerality
TastingNotes_C:Ripe dark fruits with black cherry
TastingNotes_C:Ripe fruit aromas with notes of vanilla and hazelnut.
TastingNotes_C:ripe peach aromas and floral notes.
TastingNotes_C:Ripe plum and cherry with spicy
TastingNotes_C:ripe plum and hints of dried fruits.
TastingNotes_C:ripe plum fruit aromas and warm
TastingNotes_C:Ripe red and black fruits
TastingNotes_C:Ripe red fruits
TastingNotes_C:round and fruity with a nice mineral finish.
TastingNotes_C:Sablet and Cairanne.
TastingNotes_C:savory spice notes of pepper and liqourice and a full-bodied
TastingNotes_C:savoury and gently toasty notes.
TastingNotes_C:Seriously bright and refreshing strawberry and raspberry fruits.
TastingNotes_C:showing layers of plums
TastingNotes_C:Shows all the elegance of the variety - tight and concentrated with spice
TastingNotes_C:skip and a jump from Provence and very similar in style.
TastingNotes_C:slightly smoky finish.
TastingNotes_C:smoke and chocolate.
TastingNotes_C:Smooth and silky Pinot from one of California's top producers.
TastingNotes_C:Soft and incredibly fruity. A great party wine!
TastingNotes_C:Soft and peachy with plenty of juicy
TastingNotes_C:Soft and plummy with notes of cherry and spice.
TastingNotes_C:soft tannins...pure drinkability!
TastingNotes_C:spice and savoury aromas.
TastingNotes_C:spice and vanilla notes typical of a Reserva.
TastingNotes_C:spices and a hint of vanilla.
TastingNotes_C:spicy aromas of blueberries and plums
TastingNotes_C:Stone fruit and limey citrus aromas
TastingNotes_C:Strawberry and cranberry on the nose with a fresh
TastingNotes_C:succulent and packed full of ripe dark fruits
TastingNotes_C:super ripe Gamay fruit with flavours of summer fruit compote.
TastingNotes_C:super ripe sweet fruit. Concentrated
TastingNotes_C:supple and brimming with ripe dark fruits
TastingNotes_C:supple red wine with sweet spice and red berry flavours.
TastingNotes_C:sweet baking spice.
TastingNotes_C:sweet ripe fruit on the palate melds into a savoury core of classic Cabernet Sauvignon.
TastingNotes_C:Tangy grapefruit aromas with a fresh
TastingNotes_C:tangy palate full of citrus fruit and crunchy cranberry.
TastingNotes_C:The palate is full-bodied with supple tannins
TastingNotes_C:The perfect pasta/pizza red with soft black fruits and plenty of fresh acidity.
TastingNotes_C:then classic Merlot flavour.
TastingNotes_C:then this is a wine for you!
TastingNotes_C:this 91 Point (Wine Advocate) Chardonnay is outstanding.
TastingNotes_C:This Aussie Shiraz is bright
TastingNotes_C:This delicious blend of Pinot Gris and Vermentino is vibrant
TastingNotes_C:This fabulous French rose has recently been voted Good Housekeeping's Best Aperitif!
TastingNotes_C:this is a really soft and pure Cabernet.
TastingNotes_C:This is classic CÃ´tes du RhÃ´ne Villages is enriched with specially-selected parcels from the cru vineyards of SÃ©guret
TastingNotes_C:this is no vanilla bomb!
TastingNotes_C:this is one of Italy's finest white grape varieties.
TastingNotes_C:This is superb value! A hop
TastingNotes_C:This Pinot Noir-Rondo blend makes a superb lighter bodied red.
TastingNotes_C:toasty and packed full of citrus and white flower notes.
TastingNotes_C:Tres Picos delivers a bouquet of mature red fruits with floral notes that are typical of the best Garnachas.
TastingNotes_C:Unmistakably claret on the nose; dark damson fruit backed by good depth on the palate.
TastingNotes_C:vanilla and cinnamon.
TastingNotes_C:vanilla spice and smooth tannins.
TastingNotes_C:Vibrant and aromatic with perfumed aromas with white peach and hints of jasmine.
TastingNotes_C:vibrant and fruity with a bright mineral palate and a long
TastingNotes_C:violet notes and a gentle smoky finish.
TastingNotes_C:violets and red fruit
TastingNotes_C:violets with a little spice.
TastingNotes_C:vivacious rosÃ© with some depth and weight.
TastingNotes_C:warming spice and a hint of black pepper.
TastingNotes_C:well balanced champagne with citrus hints on the nose overlaid with touches of brioche and yeastiness.
TastingNotes_C:white peach and citrus.
TastingNotes_C:Wild berry fruit
TastingNotes_C:with a light nuttiness on the long finish.
TastingNotes_C:with a rounded
TastingNotes_C:with delicate floral notes.
TastingNotes_C:with distinctive aromas of white fruit and flowers.
TastingNotes_C:with flinty minerality and great purity and restraint.
TastingNotes_C:with hints of apple and pear.
TastingNotes_C:with nectarine and subtle pineapple notes.
TastingNotes_C:with notes of bramble berries and morello cherry.
TastingNotes_C:with plenty of elegance
TastingNotes_C:with ripe peach and apricot fruit on the nose.
TastingNotes_C:with ripe red and black fruit
TastingNotes_C:with subtle smoky notes.
TastingNotes_C:with tangy berry flavours that meld with the satisfying spicy notes from Cinsault.
TastingNotes_C:Wonderful aromatic freshness with notes of pomelo
TastingNotes_C:Wonderfully aromatic with refined
TastingNotes_C:you'll love Zuccardi's fortified Malbec.
TastingNotes_C:zesty acidity and a clean
TastingNotes_C:Zesty citrus fruit and lightly floral characters
TastingNotes_C:zingy and singing with natural acidity.
Variety_C:Antão Vaz - Roupeiro - Arinto
Variety_C:Aragonez - Trincadeira - Syrah
Variety_C:Baga - Tinta Roriz - Touriga Nacional
Variety_C:Blend including Rondo and Dornfelder
Variety_C:Cabernet Sauvignon - Merlot - Petit Verdot
Variety_C:Cabernet Franc - Malbec
Variety_C:Cabernet Franc - Merlot - Cabernet Sauvignon
Variety_C:Cabernet Sauvignon - Carignan - Cinsault
Variety_C:Cabernet Sauvignon - Merlot - Petit-Verdot
Variety_C:Cabernet Sauvignon - Syrah - Merlot
Variety_C:Carignan - Mourvedre - Syrah
Variety_C:Chardonnay - Pinot Nero
Variety_C:Chardonnay - Pinot Noir
Variety_C:Chardonnay - Pinot Noir - Pinot Meunier
Variety_C:Chardonnay - Sauvignon Blanc
Variety_C:Chardonnay - Viognier
Variety_C:Chenin Blanc - Viognier
Variety_C:Cinsault - Mouvedre
Variety_C:Cinsault - Syrah - Cabernet Sauvignon
Variety_C:Corvina - Corvinone - Rondinella
Variety_C:Corvina - Rondinella - Molinara
Variety_C:Fernao Pires - Verdelho
Variety_C:Feteasca Alba - Sauvignon Blanc
Variety_C:Garganega - Sauvignon
Variety_C:Garnacha - Syrah - Tempranillo
Variety_C:Glera - Pinot Noir
Variety_C:Grenache - Cinsault
Variety_C:Grenache - Cinsault - Syrah
Variety_C:Grenache - Shiraz - Mataro
Variety_C:Grenache - Syrah - Cinsault - Cabernet Sauvignon
Variety_C:Grenache - Syrah - Cinsault - Vermentino
Variety_C:Grenache - Syrah - Mourvedre
Variety_C:Grenache Blanc - Viognier - Roussanne
Variety_C:Grenache Gris - Carignan
Variety_C:Grenache Noir - Syrah
Variety_C:Loureiro Avesso - Arinto
Variety_C:Macabeo - Chardonnay
Variety_C:Macabeo - Parellada
Variety_C:Macabeu - Xarel -lo - Parellada
Variety_C:Madeleine Angevine - Huxelrebe
Variety_C:Malbec - Cabernet Sauvignon
Variety_C:Marsanne - Roussanne
Variety_C:Mauzac - Chardonnay - Chenin Blanc
Variety_C:Melon de Bourgogne
Variety_C:Merlot - Cabernet Franc
Variety_C:Merlot - Cabernet Sauvignon
Variety_C:Merlot - Cabernet Sauvignon - Cabernet Franc
Variety_C:Merlot - Cabernet Sauvignon - Shiraz - Cabernet Fr
Variety_C:Merlot - Corvina
Variety_C:Merlot - Mourvedre
Variety_C:Negrette - Syrah - Cabernet Sauvignon
Variety_C:Negroamaro - Primitivo
Variety_C:Parellada - Macabeu
Variety_C:Petit Verdot - Cabernet Sauvignon - Merlot
Variety_C:Pinot Blanc - Auxerrios
Variety_C:Pinot Noir - Chardonnay - Pinot Meunier
Variety_C:Pinot Noir - Rondo - Regent
Variety_C:Raboso - Pinot Noir
Variety_C:Sangiovese - Canaiolo
Variety_C:Sangiovese - Merlot
Variety_C:Sangiovese - Syrah - Merlot - Cabernet Sauvignon
Variety_C:Sauvignon - Semillon
Variety_C:Sauvignon - Vermentino