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Zull Winery is located in Schrattenthal, Austria's smallest wine-growing town. Zull has over 76,000 vines that produce approximately 70% red wines and 30% white. The dry, hot summer days encourage the vines to set deep roots, while the cold nights give the grapes their distinctive aroma. Each of the Zull vineyards has its own characteristics. The Riesling is cultivated on mineral rock with warming granite below that gives the Riesling its delicate structure. Schrattenthal is also underlaid with well-irrigated sandy soil, which is ideal for red wines. The clay soil of the vineyards in Retz are tailor-made for the aroma of Pinot Noir and Chardonnay.


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Domaine André Mathieu

The André Mathieu Estate consists of family-owned vineyards that have been handed down from father to son for more than four centuries. The traditions and inherited expertise involved in making Châteauneuf du Pape wines have thus been upheld over the years.

André Mathieu took over from his father in 1987 and invites you to discover his red and white Châteauneuf du Pape wines, as well as his red and rosé Côtes du Rhône wines. The various red and white cuvées we make from the appellation’s 13 designated grape varieties reflect all the heritage and power of Châteauneuf du Pape wines.

Our 13 hectares of vineyards within the Châteauneuf du Pape appellation benefit from the richness and diversity of the region’s renowned terroirs.

Hand-harvesting the grapes and carefully sorting them by vineyard parcel allows us to select the finest fruit for our best cuvées.

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Bourgogne De Vigne En Verre

Bourgogne de Vigne en Verre was established in 1981 by founders who decided to focus on what they loved doing best - being in their vineyards and wineries. Today, this small association of producers remain committed to authenticity, individual identity, variety, quality, and managed distribution.

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Grand Enclos du Château de Cérons is located in Graves, the oldest appellation of Bordeaux, where it is estimated that the first vineyards were planted more than two thousand years ago. Bordeaux Graves vines are protected from the elements by pine forests on one side and cooled by the Garonne river on the other. The "grave" stones of the region absorb the heat of the sun during the day and cool off at night. The unique nature of these stones help the vines ripen steadily and produce an early harvest. The Graves region is known for its white blend of Semillon and Sauvignon Blanc grapes and red blend of Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon varietals. Chateau Lamouroux is the second label of this winery and these wines are produced from the youngest vines, making them more ready to drink.

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Chateau Mondorion


Saint Émilion is one of the prominent wine regions northeast of Bordeaux. The primary grape varietals used in this region are Merlot and Cabernet Franc with small amounts of Cabernet Sauvignon. Merlot's fleshiness and early ripening make it a common blend with the bolder Cabernet Franc. Cabernet Franc is blended with Merlot in a Bordeaux-stlye wine and it lends its robust flavor to the wine. The vineyards our St. Émilion wine is grown in are in a basement valley and full of old vines. The wine itself is made according to classic style and is aged in barrels for 12-15 months to promote slow maturation.

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Chateau Moulin de la Rose


With over 10 acres located in the classified growth area of Saint-Julien, Chateau Moulin de la Rose is nicknamed the “Lilliputian of Saint-Julien”. The estate has some of the best gravelly soil in the area, producing a generous, tannic wine that maintains all the smoothness and finesse of the great Saint-Julien wines.

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Chateau Segur de Cabanac


Chateau Segur de Cabanac is located in the Bordeaux region, known for Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon blends. The vineyard in the eastern part of Saint Estephe is less than 20 acres and has a gravelly terroir. The Gironde river has a tempering effect on the microclimate, reducing temperature extremes and allowing gentle breezes — conditions which promote excellent growth.

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Domaine Dubois


The history of Dubois winegrowers began in the 15th century with the birth of Emiland Dubois, who was the first ancestor and winegrower to be found in official records. Since then, the number of vines have grown in relation to the increasing operational land. The white grapes are harvested by hand or by machine then placed in young barrels. Red wine grapes are picked mainly by hand. They spend 15 to 18 months in the cellar, with 9 to 13 months in young barrels. To maintain maximum wine complexity, Dubois vintners pay close attention to the position of the moon in order to choose the day of bottling.

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Jean-Philippe Marchand

The Marchand estate has been in existence over seven generations in Morey-St-Denis. In 1983, it was extended with the purchase of an old wine- grower's house located right in the heart of Gevrey-Chambertin. The present building was built in the 18th century above a cellar where the owner produced and matured the bottles. The Marchand estate includes vineyards located in the villages of Charnbolle-Musigny, Morey-Saint-Denis, Gevrey-Chambertin featuring some first growths such as Les Sentiers at Chambolle, le Clos des Ormes at Morey, les Combottes at Gevrey, as well as great growths: Clos de la Roche at Morey, Griottes Chambertin and Charmes Chambertin at Gevrey.

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Louis Tramier & Fils

Since 1842, Maison Tramier has combined tradition with progress. The winemaking tradition has been handed down for generations to ensure excellence in the maturing and growing process. Progress has been made by way of using the latest oenological technology to guarantee great vintages. The wines are still produced in the estate's original buildings and they mature in cellars dating back to 1830. They are the only Mercurey cellars to be entirely built in the rock face, thereby ensuring a constant temperature and constant ageing conditions.

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Vignoble Dampt


Vignoble Dampt Vineyards has been family-run since its inception in 1980. Today, Vignoble Dampt operates over 90 acres of vineyard in Tonnerre and Chablis. The company is rapidly expanding its business worldwide and bringing excellent French wines to a variety of palates.


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Biasotto is a family company that produces high quality still and sparkling wines. The family has over 60 acres of vineyards in Codroipo which yield Chardonnay, Pinot Grigio, Glera, Cabernet Franc, and Merlot grapes. Production occurs in the heart of Prosecco. Throughout the four generations of family winemaking tradition, quality still stands as the foremost principle.

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Cantina Del Nebbiolo

The Nebbiolo Cellar is a co-operative venture of more than 180 members. 80% of the grapes are produced in the Roero hills and the other 20% are from surrounding wine regions, including Barbaresco, Barolo, Dolcetto, and Moscato. A wide variety of grape varietals are grown by the individuals of Cantina del Nebbiolo and these varietals produce a number of unique, quality wines.

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Fernanda Cappello

The Fernanda Cappello estate is situated on over 300 acres in the Friuli region of Northeast Italy. The vineyards have been planted in a flood plain made up of limestone fragments, similar to the “graves” of Bordeaux. The winery is owned by its namesake — Fernanda Cappello — who strives to produce quality wine with character.



In the early 1960s, the first vines of Montemercurio were planted by Damo, the grandfather of the Anselmi family. Since his passing, the Anselmi family has planted over 7 hectares of vineyards. The goal of this winery is to keep the traditional flavors of Montepulciano in their wine while respecting the land.

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Perusini is a family-run operation that has been passed down for generations. In accordance with their belief that a great wine is born on the vine, Perusini wine is produced only from the grapes of its own vineyard, which is all terraced on loam rock. All of the vines are closely planted according to a strict criteria. The close attention to detail and excellence has become a standard for the Perusini vineyard over three generations of the family.


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Cuatro Rayas

The history of Cuatro Rayas dates back to 1935. After over 80 years in the wine industry, Cuatro Rayas is known for Spanish white wines. Today, 20% of the wine bottled in DO Rueda is produced by Cuatro Rayas. Their wines are made mainly from the Verdejo varietal, which takes on the dominant flavors of lime, green melon, grapefruit, fennel, and white peach.

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Ruiz de Vinaspre

These classic Spanish wines are made at the foot of Sierra de Cantabria in Spain. The grapes originate from a family-operated vineyard that is over a century old, with newer vines planted in the last half century. This region has a mild, ideal climate and naturally contains clay-limestone soil, providing the optimal conditions to produce balanced, quality wines. The grape varietals used in AV's Spanish wines are Viura and Tempranillo. Tempranillo grapes are a black grape varietal used to make full-bodied Spanish red wine. Derived from the Spanish word for young, Tempranillo grapes ripen earlier than most Spanish red grapes. Viura grapes are grown in the Rioja Alavesa region of northeastern Spain and can produce dry, semi-sweet, or sweet white wines.