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Abbots & Delaunay
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Set between the steep slopes of the Pyrenees, the foothills of the Cévennes, the Mediterranean coast and the right bank of the Rhone River, the vineyards of the Languedoc benefit from an incredible diversity of soil types and climates.

Laurent Delaunay knows these terroirs like the back of his hand, having travelled extensively throughout the region in search of small plots of old vines growing at high altitudes in some of the region's finest appellations: Corbières, Minervois, Faugères, and Limoux.

Rounded stones shaped by torrents swollen by powerful Cevenol storms, sandstone, marls, limestone scree and schist compose the sun-baked, windswept terraces which characterize the harsh natural environment in which the grapes that give our wines their powerful character and Mediterranean typicity are the only form of vegetation that thrive.

Inspired by the wealth of the Languedoc-Roussillon's terroirs, Laurent and winemaker Hilde Chavillot believe in the tremendous potential of its vineyards which can produce wines capable of rivaling the world's greatest crus.

They have managed to domesticate this untamed power and are pleased to offer wine lovers a unique taste experience with these character wines that feature complexity, balance and freshness, and beautifully packaged in distinctive bottles.
Abbots & Delaunay website

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A family-owned and operated winery that was named after a 19th century settlement in the mountains of west Paso Robles, California. Situated at 2,000 feet of elevation and 14 miles from the Pacific Ocean, the terrain of the Adelaida, California district is marked by ancient calcareous soils, diurnal temperature variations and warm, dry growing seasons.
Adelaida Website

Alberto Longo
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The Winery was created from an idea of Alberto Longo, a professional determined to match the love for his land with his passion for wine, to realize a project able to enhance the value of his native territory: “Daunia”. The Winery is located in Southern Italy and precisely in Lucera, in the North of Puglia, in the middle of an area rich in environmental and historical sites. This area, inhabited since Paleolithic times, witnessed between the 10th and 13th centuries BC, the development of the Daunian civilization, a people from the Agean, whose culture left many traces, like the anthropomorphic steles and other numerous archaeological finds. The area became a Roman province in the 3rd century BC and Lucera its main town, as can be inferred from the splendour of the remains of Roman buildings still present in the area. The advent of the Swabians in the 12th century AD and especially the love of their most important Emperor Frederick II for this land full of oaks, wild boars and foxes, which combine to create an ideal environment for hunting, made Daunia a privileged residence of the court at that time.
Alberto Longo website

Allan Scott
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As one of the first independent wineries to be establish in Marlborough in 1990, Allan Scott Family Winemakers have made a name for themselves in this highly competitive industry.Allan has nearly 40 years in the wine business, which makes him one of the most experienced people in Marlborough when it comes to growing, making and marketing wine. When Allan and his wife Catherine decided to settle here in 1973, (Cathy is a fifth generation Marlburian) Allan took a job with Montana working in their new vineyards.In 1980 he was head-hunted by Corbans to oversee the establishment of their Marlborough vineyards.  He soon became their Senior Viticultural Manager, which not only gave him responsibility for the company’s entire national grape intake, but led him to become part of the winemaking team.All this stood him in good stead for the family’s foray into winemaking.  Back then, there weren’t any boutique wineries to speak of in Marlborough.  In 1975 Allan and Catherine purchased a block of land and got into contract growing.  Then, when the first independent winemakers started to emerge in Marlborough, Allan and Catherine were in a position to become a part of this new era in New Zealand’s wine industry.In 1990, they launched Allan Scott Wines. Allan remembers it well.  “We were one of a small number who made up the first wave of the independents.”  The Allan Scott winery has seen some changes since then.  Over the 25 years since its inception, the winery has evolved to keep ahead of the changing demands from the market.
Allan Scott website

Alximi
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Alximia is a family business focused on the work of the sensible. It is a group born at home, that appreciate the respect for the environment, in the tradition of teaching and knowledge transfer. Alximia is a wine-making project born from the meeting of the senses and the world, with special attention to the earth, the plant, the fruit and its benefits. We are trying to understand, use and preserve nature.
Alximia

Amador Foothill
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Located in the picturesque foothills east of Sacramento, Amador Foothill Winery produces two classic vineyard-designated Zinfandels and is among the pioneers of Sangiovese and Aglianico in California. Our view is one of the prettiest in Amador County.Winemaker Tom Jones and his wife Beth have recently purchased Amador Foothill Winery. They bring a wealth of wine making experience and enthusiasm to the beautiful winery location that was owned by Ben Zeitman and Katie Quinn for so many years.
Amador Foothill Winery

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At their small winery in rural Luján, Héctor and Pablo Durigutti craft various artisan wines including some top Malbecs and two of the country's best examples of Bonarda.Héctor is considered one of Argentina's top authorities with regards to both the Malbec and Bonarda grapes. He first became known for his work alongside Alberto Antonini as one of the co-founders of Altos Las Hormigas - the forward- thinking project that placed Argentine Malbec on the international map in the late nineties. With extensive experience in Europe (including a stint at Antinori), Héctor has developed a unique winemaking style that blends old world tradition with modern innovation. Héctor's younger brother Pablo has quickly built a reputation for himself as well, with a star-studded resume including work with Catena. Today, both brothers are some of the country's most sought-after consulting enologists. This boutique project that bears their name is their pride and joy.
Durigutti Website

Ancient Peaks
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Ancient Peaks represents the shared vision of three longtime local winegrowing and ranching families—the Filipponis, Rossis and Wittstroms. Two generations are actively involved in the winery’s daily operations, all dedicated to producing extraordinary wines from Margarita Vineyard. In 2005, the three families acquired ownership and control of the Margarita Vineyard which stands alone as the southernmost vineyard in the Paso Robles region, tucked beneath the peaks of the Santa Lucia Mountains just 14 miles from the Pacific Ocean.
Ancient Peaks Website

Andrew Rich Wines
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After 20 vintages in Oregon, Andrew Rich is beginning to feel like a veteran. His passion for wine was nurtured not in the fertile soils of the Willamette Valley, however, but in the urban sprawl of New York City, where he once edited the wine column for a national magazine. When the pull of wine became stronger than that of publishing, he headed to Burgundy to study winemaking and viticulture, a move that lead to employment at the small but influential Bonny Doon Vineyard, in California, for nearly six years.His skills honed, Andrew headed to Oregon in 1994 with the quixotic vision of making Rhône-style wines in the Willamette Valley from Columbia Valley grapes. Turns out he was a little ahead of the curve: it wasn't until 2000 – when Syrah, Roussanne, Grenache, and Mourvèdre grapes became available to him – that he was finally able to realize that vision.Meanwhile, he had discovered his love of Pinot Noir, which has since become the more dominant prong of his dual focus. There are three Pinot blends, with fruit sourced from a dozen northern Willamette Valley vineyards: the soft and approachable Prelude; the classic Verbatim, a "grape for grape" translation of vintage and place; and the structured and age-worthy Knife Edge.While the range at Andrew Rich Wines may be broad – in addition to the Pinots and Rhône-style wines the winery is known for Sauvignon Blanc, Gewurztraminer dessert wine, and several others – the intent is always to make wines of balance, grace, and sheer deliciousness.
Andrew Rich Website

Angela Estate
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Angela Estate was founded in the Yamhill-Carlton AVA in 2006 by Antony Beck. Building on a family legacy of winegrowing that started at Graham Beck Winery in South Africa, Beck and winemaker, Alban Debeaulieu focus on making provocative, world-class wines that will endure.

ANGELA ESTATE VINEYARD | 34 ACRES

The first 21 acres of the Clawson Creek Vineyard were planted in 2006 with Pinot Noir clones 777, Wadenswil and 115. An additional 13 acres were planted in 2007, totaling 34 acres. Careful soil preparation, specifically designed to nourish the micro­organisms located at the layer 30 to 36 inches below ground (where topsoil meets mother rock) – creates the critical component which gives expression to Pinot Noir. Labor-intensive shoot positioning (hand-straightening and pinning of individual shoot) along with exact canopy management ensure that every leaf of the vine is photo-synthetically active. Because of the uniqueness of the Savannah Ridge, the entire vineyard is usually harvested in one day.

The Wadenswil clone dominantly planted on this vineyard produces Pinot Noir with incredible aromatics that exhibit rose petal, tea leaf and lavender top notes. The Dijon 777 and 115 round out the base and middle notes with bright red fruits, soft, plush tannins and balanced with baking spice and pepper.

ABBOTT CLAIM VINEYARD | 16 ACRES

This site is a portion of the original John F. Abbott Donation Land Claim and lies in the middle of Savannah Ridge, a small east-west ridge line of sedimentary rock just east of Carlton. This is a consistent broad face of land with soil depths of 30 inches to mother rock. Elevation ranges from 400′ to 475′ and the inclination is S-SE. Soils are mostly Wellsdale with some areas of Willakenzie, Melbourne and Peavine. All of them lie atop mother rock of fractured sandstone and siltstone. The planted acreage totals 16 acres. Vines are roughly an equal mix of Pommard clone on Riparia Gloire rootstock, 777 on 101-14 and 115 on both 101-14 and 3309. The vineyard is managed by Mark Gould of Ken Wright Cellars.

As would be expected from a vineyard in the Yamhill-Carlton District the wine is richly colored, savory and complex. Fruits tend to be darker such as plum skin, cassis and black cherry.
Angela Estate website

Angelini
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A company steeped in Italian heritage. Owners Julius and Paul Angelini spent their childhood years in the farming village of San Lorenzo in Campo, within the Marche region of Italy. The family’s third generation, 200 –acre farm land featires with 8 specialized acres devoted to vineyards of Sangiovese, Vernaccia & Merlot.In 1986, Angelini Wine, Ltd. was founded by Julius and Paul Angelini when they were joined by their longtime friend, Ron Plebiscito. The partners are known for their intimate understanding of the production of premium quality wine. Coupled with hands on knowledge of the shifting US wine market, Angelini has carved a niche for itself among a very small pool of importer/distributors in the US with thriving vineyards in Europe. The trio makes frequent trips to Italy where they have personal relationships with each producer and visit the vineyards and tour the wine cellars. The partners search continuously for authentic, high quality wines from around the world including; Italy, Argentina, Germany, and California; as well as sake and plum wines from Japan. You can find Angelini Wine Selections in retail locations and restaurants in more than 14 states in the United States.
Angelini Website

Antucura Winery
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Antucura Winery is the “little jewel” of the Uco Valley, located at the foot of the Andes Mountains in the town of Vista Flores. Thanks to the unique characteristics of soil and temperature, this region has been established as the “new region for production of fine grapes”. Thanks to stony soils and wide temperature range between day and night, Antucura’s grapes develop intense varietal characteristics which support the elegance of its wines. We have established high density planting of 5.500 plants per hectare and are able to control and monitor the production of each grape variety. Our Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot plants were purchased from a nursery in Pomerol that supplies Petrus and other great chateaux of the region.
Antucura Winery

Arboleda
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Arboleda, which means a grove of trees, is a tribute to the more than 3,583 acres of native forest that surround its sustainably managed vineyards.

Founded in 1999, Viña Arboleda is Eduardo Chadwick’s personal venture. He represents the fifth generation of Viña Errázuriz’s founding family and is also the owner of Seña, Chile’s first icon wine, initially born as a joint venture with the legendary Californian vintner Robert Mondavi Eduardo’s vision for his Arboleda project is to make the most sustainable, pure and modern wines to showcase the world-class quality of the best terroirs in the Aconcagua Valley.
Arboleda website

ARPEPE
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In 1984, Arturo Pelizzatti Perego, bolstered by the experience gained in his father’s and grandfather’s firm, decided to create ARPEPE. His aim was to realize the full potential of the unique Valtellina terroir with all the pride and determination required for such an ambitious goal.To do so, Arturo started producing long-aging Nebbiolo wines according to the rules of the oldest traditions.Today, Isabella, Emanuele and Guido continue their father’s work as the fifth generation of winemakers and growers. In just a few years, thanks to careful technological innovations and the choice of a young and passionate team, Arturo’s dream has come true: his rare wines are once again a major point of reference on the national and international wine scene.
AR.PE.PE Website

Austin Winery
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Ross, Cooper & Matt founded The Austin Winery in May 2014, establishing the first full production, grape to glass winery inside Austin city limits. Ross & Cooper had worked in cellars, tasting rooms, equipment, & brokerage enough that they felt comfortable making and selling wine. After producing two red blends to wide applause, they convinced Matt Smith to join up and add the business structure to bring The Austin Winery to life. The young team proved their concept with 3 years of busy tasting room traffic & wholesale distribution out of a hyper-industrial warehouse. In May 2017, The Austin Winery moved its operation to the newly built out development, The Yard at 440 E. St Elmo Rd A1, 78745. A quick 10-minute drive from the Capitol.They work with organic & biodynamically farmed vineyards in the Texas High Plains, Sonoma, Amador County, & Walla Walla. We receive our fruit on-stem, transported in macro bins to our Austin facility where crush, de-stem, press, fermentation, filtration, blending, bottling, and service take place.
Austin Winery Website

322 products«1 of 22»
322 products«1 of 22»
Abbots & Delaunay Image
Abbots & Delaunay
Set between the steep slopes of the Pyrenees, the foothills of the Cévennes, the Mediterranean coast and the right bank of the Rhone River, the vineyards of the Languedoc benefit from an incredible diversity of so... Read More
Adelaida Image
Adelaida
A family-owned and operated winery that was named after a 19th century settlement in the mountains of west Paso Robles, California. Situated at 2,000 feet of elevation and 14 miles from the Pacific Ocean, the terra... Read More
Alberto Longo Image
Alberto Longo
The Winery was created from an idea of Alberto Longo, a professional determined to match the love for his land with his passion for wine, to realize a project able to enhance the value of his native territory: “D... Read More
Allan Scott Image
Allan Scott
As one of the first independent wineries to be establish in Marlborough in 1990, Allan Scott Family Winemakers have made a name for themselves in this highly competitive industry.Allan has nearly 40 years in the wi... Read More
Alximi Image
Alximi
Alximia is a family business focused on the work of the sensible. It is a group born at home, that appreciate the respect for the environment, in the tradition of teaching and knowledge transfer. Alximia is a wine... Read More
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Amador Foothill
Located in the picturesque foothills east of Sacramento, Amador Foothill Winery produces two classic vineyard-designated Zinfandels and is among the pioneers of Sangiovese and Aglianico in California. Our view is ... Read More
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aMaurice
At their small winery in rural Luján, Héctor and Pablo Durigutti craft various artisan wines including some top Malbecs and two of the country's best examples of Bonarda.Héctor is considered one of Argentina's t... Read More
Ancient Peaks Image
Ancient Peaks
Ancient Peaks represents the shared vision of three longtime local winegrowing and ranching families—the Filipponis, Rossis and Wittstroms. Two generations are actively involved in the winery’s daily operations... Read More
Andrew Rich Wines Image
Andrew Rich Wines
After 20 vintages in Oregon, Andrew Rich is beginning to feel like a veteran. His passion for wine was nurtured not in the fertile soils of the Willamette Valley, however, but in the urban sprawl of New York City, ... Read More
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Angela Estate
Angela Estate was founded in the Yamhill-Carlton AVA in 2006 by Antony Beck. Building on a family legacy of winegrowing that started at Graham Beck Winery in South Africa, Beck and winemaker, Alban Debeaulieu focus... Read More
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Angelini
A company steeped in Italian heritage. Owners Julius and Paul Angelini spent their childhood years in the farming village of San Lorenzo in Campo, within the Marche region of Italy. The family’s third generation,... Read More
Antucura Winery Image
Antucura Winery
Antucura Winery is the “little jewel” of the Uco Valley, located at the foot of the Andes Mountains in the town of Vista Flores. Thanks to the unique characteristics of soil and temperature, this region has bee... Read More
Arboleda Image
Arboleda
Arboleda, which means a grove of trees, is a tribute to the more than 3,583 acres of native forest that surround its sustainably managed vineyards. Founded in 1999, Viña Arboleda is Eduardo Chadwick’s per... Read More
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ARPEPE
In 1984, Arturo Pelizzatti Perego, bolstered by the experience gained in his father’s and grandfather’s firm, decided to create ARPEPE. His aim was to realize the full potential of the unique Valtellina terroir... Read More
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Austin Winery
Ross, Cooper & Matt founded The Austin Winery in May 2014, establishing the first full production, grape to glass winery inside Austin city limits. Ross & Cooper had worked in cellars, tasting rooms, equipm... Read More
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