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Producer: Cloudfall

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Producer: Fritz Windisch

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Producer: Hill & Dale

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Producer: Isabel

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Isabel Estate was established by Mike and Robyn Tiller in 1980 with the ambition of producing premium, classic grape varieties in Marlborough, New Zealand's largest wine area, which is situated at the top of the South Island. Prior to the 1994 vintage, Isabel Estate supplied Marlborough’s leading wine producers - including Cloudy Bay - with grapes, but since then has produced its own single-vineyard wines. The estate is now owned by the Australian drinks company, Pinnacle, which has focused on investment in the vineyards and winery since it took over in 2014.

Ex-Villa Maria winemaker Jeremy McKenzie is now in charge of the wines and is dedicated to ensuring the high quality that is synonymous with this estate. Located in the Wairau Valley area of Marlborough, Isabel Estate benefits from extensive sunshine hours combined with a long, cool growing season. The site itself is unusual for Marlborough, combining free-draining gravels with a narrow layer of clay in the subsoil, preventing excess water loss from the gravel. Concentration is achieved through densely planted vines, double the usual number in Marlborough. Sustainable viticultural practices are used, including mulching and organic fertilisers to maintain soil nutrition. The cool, dry climate allows sprays to be kept to a minimum. From the outset, Isabel set a new trend among Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc producers – a style now being adopted elsewhere. Twenty percent of the hand-harvested fruit is fermented in small, French oak barrels to give a subtle, creamy weave to the palate.

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Producer: Alto Limay

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Maison Pierre Brisset is part of the tradition of the most demanding producers and winemakers of Burgundy wines. Its range consists of white and red wines from the rare parcels classified as Premier Cru and Grand Cru, in the most famous soils of the Côte de Nuits and the Côte de Beaune. The best of these pinot noirs and chardonnays is highlighted by a rigorous selection of grapes and musts, and by a vinification and a maturing that exalt the finesse of each terroir.

Producer: Weingut Forster

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Eco wine since 1994.

Weingut Forster
Georg & Margit Forster
Burg-Layer-Straße 20
55452 Rümmelsheim
Nahe / Germany

Producer: ZIOBAFFA

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Since 1999, Landry Vineyards has been producing quality wines from wine grapes grown with passion right here in Louisiana. We offer over 20 different wines, white, rose' and red, dry to sweet. You don't have to be an expert to enjoy our wine - our staff is happy to help guide you through the winemaking and tasting process on one of our tours. We also regularly hold concerts and events that offer fun for the whole family. And for serious wine fans out there, our Wine Club offers great discounts on wine that can be shipped across the country. Our family's passionate about producing quality Louisiana wine, and we're proud to be able to share it with you.


Producer: Greylands Ridge

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Greylands Ridge
Situated in Letts Gully, Alexandra, our vineyard is able to access all the special things that make Central Otago Pinot Noir such a sought after wine. Our vineyard covers 4.2 ha and we planted the first half in 2002 on ungrafted roots. The remainder was planted in 2003 on phylloxera resistant rootstocks.

From that time they have received the influence of hot sunny days and extremely cold night frosts to create the fine vintage that we present to you now.

The Greylands Ridge Vineyard has 12000 plants which produces 1500 – 1700 cases of wine in a good season. The bud burst occurs in October and harvesting takes place in late April or early May. The 2006 vintage was harvested in the second week of May.

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Producer: 47 Anno Domini

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Producer: Vidal Estate

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Domaine Lucien Boillot et Fils: 1 rue Docteur-Magnon-Pujo 21220 Gevrey-Chambertin Tél : 03 80 51 85 61 Fax : 03 80 58 51 23 mail: dom.lucienboillot@orange.fr
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Bourgogne 2009: Un vin fruité et élégant qui est construit sur une acidité de bon aloi et des tanins abondants et fins. Mélange des deux Côtes (il provient des finages de Volnay et Pommard) c'est une "entrée de gamme" impressionnante par sa longueur et sa densité. Bien +.

Volnay 2009: Issus des Poisots situé non loin du secteur sud de Pommard, il affirme un caractère masculin et ferme qui est bien le type naturel du secteur. Assez loin de la féminité au village de Volnay il a en revanche une charpente remarquable pour un village. Tanins fins et élevage discret. Bien+.

Volnay 1er-cru les Brouillards 2009: Une petite vigne située dans la partie caillouteuse du climat - la plus qualitative - qui livre ici une jolie expression volnaysienne grâce à une belle couleur pourpre, à un nez élégant sur l'églantine et la merise et à une bouche nerveuse et droite qui possède de fins tanins en finale.Très bon potentiel. Bien++

Volnay 1er-cru les Angles 2009 : Situé juste au dessus des Brouillards, le vin se montre nerveux et tendu avec une couleur rubis du meilleur effet. Les vieilles vignes ont ici donné un vin longiligne, centré sur des arômes de fruits rouges. Elevage discret, tanins formés et finale sur une note de menthe sauvage très originale. Bien++

Volnay 1er-cru les Caillerets 2009 : Immédiatement plus séducteur avec sa couleur assez profonde et brillante et son nez très fin d'églantine, de merise et de prune qui évolue vers la fraise des bois à aération. La bouche est pure, d'impression douce et équilibrées sur une acidité salivante. Longue finale cacaotée. Un beau potentiel! Très bien.

Pommard "les Combes dessus" 2009: La cuvée village du domaine est minuscule mais il faut savoir également qu'elle est produite sur un finage "premier cru"! De ce fait elle se montre concentrée et pure et si elle n'a pas la complexité des autres cuvées de Pommard, elle se situe plus haut qu'un simple village. UN second cru naturel en somme. Tanins, fins, belle finale. Bien +

Pommard 1er-cru les Croix Noires 2009 : Toujours délicieux ce cru séveux et plein est une franche réussite en 2009. Robe profonde, nez franc et frais sur le bâton de réglisse et le pruneau et bouche droite et concentrée aux tanins très fins. Un beau vin de gastronomie. Très bien.

Pommard 1er-cru les Fremiers 2009: On sait que le finage est idéalement situé en face des Fremiets de Volnay et qu'il livre des vins plus sauvage et de texture plus ferme. Dans un millésime comme 2009 il gagne encore en intensité et en soyeux de texture pour se situer tout bonnement au niveau d'un grand cru "naturel". Robe très profonde, nez de cassis frais et de caroube, finement mentholé et bouche équilibrée sur une juste acidité et des tanins soyeux. Quel vin en élevage! Excellent.

Gevrey-Chambertin 2009 : Comme l'ensemble des Gevrey le "village" s'est montré un cran plus "mûr" que les Côte de Beaune avec des accents fruités très doux qui indiquent une récolte optimale. Couleur foncée, nez réglissé et bouche droite et pure qui domaine les notes d'élevage. Beau vin. Bien+

Gevrey-Chambertin les Evocelles 2009: Dans un style similaire au précédent grâce à une très belle maturité de fruit, il se montre plus dense et complexe avec ses accents aromatiques de muscade, de groseille et de caroube mêlés. Elevage discret, tanins fins, acidité de bon aloi. Beau vin. Très Bien

Gevrey-Chambertin 1er-cru Perrière 2009: Intense et fin, il exprime avec éclat une nature souple à "féminité" affirmée. C'est un peu le Chambolle de la cave grâce à sa matière enveloppante qui tapisse le palais en douceur. Tanins polis, boisé discret, fruité saillant. Une gourmandise! Bien ++.

Gevrey-Chambertin 1er-cru Corbeaux 2009 : Dense et serré il a cette année un éclat impressionnant et une nature athlétique qui évoque nettement le Mazis tout proche. Robe très sombre, arômes de pruneaux et d'orange sanguine et finale magnifiée par des tanins élégants et "ronds". Longue finale. Très bien+

Gevrey-Chambertin 1er-cru les Cherbaudes 2009 : Les très vieilles vignes de ce cru parlent encore! Le vin est concentré comme la Chapelle voisine et dispose d'une robe noire qui incline au respect dès la prise du verre en main. Notes de griotte de caroube et de sureau sur des accents épicés et une texture de taffetas. Un vin longiligne et racé qui a la dimension d'un grand cru cette année. Excellent.

Nuits-St-Georges 1er-cru les Pruliers 2009: La plus vieille vigne de la Côte de Nuits (ou l'une des plus anciennes mais je n'en vois guère à son niveau) a encore une fois marqué les esprits par son incomparable puissance. Robe noire, nez ferrugineux et épicé à l'intensité inouïe et bouche ferme, riche et parfaitement équilibrée sur d'abondants et fins tanins. Arômes de pruneau, de réglisse et d'orange sanguine pour ce vin frais et terriblement énergique. La grande classe. Hors classe.

Puligny-Montrachet 1er-cru Les Perrières 2009: Produit depuis 2006, il s'agit incontestablement du meilleur Puligny produit au domaine. Fin, racé et très élégant avec ses notes d'agrumes et de fruits blancs et sa matière fraîche et pures. Un beau vin pour demain. Très Bien

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Château Recougne

APPELLATION BORDEAUX SUPERIEUR CONTROLEE
LOCATION
On a hillside, at the edge of the Fronsadais, 4 km from Lalande de Pomerol.
AREA: : 51 hectares
SOILS: : Siliceous clay on a thick subsoil of iron oxides.
AVERAGE VIN AGE: : 35 years old
GRAPPE VARIETIES:
75% Merlot
15% Cabernet Sauvignon
10%Cabernet Franc
AVERAGE PRODUCTION: : 370 000 bottles
VITICULTURE: Chateau Recougne is home to Mrs. Hélène Milhade. The vineyards surround the Chateau and the winemaking facilities, which were classified under the Fronsac Appellation many years ago. Merlot is best suited to the terroir and is the majority planting, complemented by both Cabernets. Factors that contribute to the quality of the vineyard include : several parcels of very old vines (50 years), environmentally friendly viticultural techniques (minimal spraying), low yields through green harvesting and excellent canopy management.

VINIFICATION: At the winery, the grapes are 100% destemmed and crushed before being placed in temperature controlled vats. Prior to fermentation, approximately 20% of the juice in each vat is siphoned off in order to increase the skin to juice ratio (this juice is then used to make Rosé wine). Natural yeasts trigger fermentation and a twice daily regimen of pumping the juice over the skins begins remontage and an oxygen pump. The wine is racked every 3 months and therefore only needs a light filtration. Final blending and bottling takes place 18 months after the harvest.

CHARACTERISTICS: The wines produced at Chateau Recougne have an incredible capacity to age. There are vintages from the 1950’s in our cellars that are still drinking very well.
- Color : mid to full cherry red.
- Nose : moderate / full intensity with appealing ripe red fruits and a mineral element.
- Palate : medium to full bodied, layers of rich flavors – plums, cherries and cassis- fine but firm tannins that give structure, a meaty structure, well balanced and showing good length.

Producer: Bellevue Estate

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Note that Bellevue Estate adopted the name Morkel for their wines because of export copyright/trademark issues with the name Bellevue, however they also have a top Pinotage named after P K Morkel. They also use Houdamond and Bellmore brands

In 2017 the Morkels sold the estate. The new German owner is instituting changes, among them is a single vineyard wine named 1953 from the old block of Pinotage planted in 1953 first released late 2017. It is the 1959 vintage wine from this vineyard that was the first varietal Pinotage ever released, marketed by Stellenbosch Farmers Winery in 1961 under their then brand name Lanzerac. The Lanzerac brand name for Pinotage was sold to Lanzerac Estate in the 1990s.

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Producer: L'Union Sacré

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Producer: Lucas Bols

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Family-owned winery, located in the middle Mosel region. Eco-farming (as of 2017 on about 7 ha) since 1984.
70% Riesling, 15% Rivaner, 15% Weißburgunder, Spätburgunder and Dornfelder

Weingut Frank Brohl
Frank und Jutta Brohl
Zum Rosenberg 2
D-56862 Pünderich
Mosel / Germany

Producer: Accornero

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Producer: Raeburn

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Raeburn is an Olde English term which means “the river where one goes to drink.” So, it’s fitting that Raeburn’s expressive, beautifully balanced wines begin in the heart of the Russian River Valley where some of the world’s finest Burgundy grapes are grown.

Raeburn’s Winery is located on Olivet Road, a quiet country lane in the heart of Sonoma County’s famed Russian River Valley. Originally built in as an egg storage facility, Olivet was converted to a small production winery by the iconic Sonoma County vintner, Cecil DeLoach, in 2000. The winery was then purchased by wine and spirits innovator, Derek Benham, in January, 2005 and has since become the home of Raeburn Winery.

Ripe, luscious and downright delicious, let Raeburn take you to the river to share a laugh with friends, enhance your favorite meal or just let the day fall away.

Producer: Origin

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Producer: Thomas Dean

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Producer: Ladbroke Grove

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Ladbroke Grove Wines was established back in 1982 but went into a hiatus for a period until it was purchased and revitalised by John Cox and Marie Valenzuela as a family business.

Ladbroke Grove's fruit is sourced from selected parcels of estate and contract grown vineyards.

Source blocks also include the forty plus year old Shiraz vines from the "Township Block" in the heart of Coonawarra as well as the similarly aged Cabernet vines "Killian" Vineyard on the western edge of the terra rossa strip.

The Killian Cabernet is one only a handful of genuine Australian classics I have tried from recent Coonawarra vintages. The Riesling can also be a standout for the region.

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Producer: Josef Weger

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Producer: Zantho

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Producer: Georg Forster

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Eco wine since 1994.

Weingut Forster
Georg & Margit Forster
Burg-Layer-Straße 20
55452 Rümmelsheim
Nahe / Germany

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Grasshopper Rock is one of the world's southern most vineyards, established in 2003 and dedicated exclusively to Pinot noir. Grasshopper Rock is grown, made and bottled in Central Otago, from Pinot noir grapes, sourced exclusively from our 7.8ha Earnscleugh vineyard.
The vineyard is situated on Earnscleugh Road, across the Clutha River from Alexandra. The site enjoys high sunshine hours by day and very cool temperatures by night and is sufficiently harsh and difficult to make the vines work their hardest. With extremes of heat and cold comes the risk of spring and autumn frosts, providing a demanding but rewarding environment for the production of premium pinot noir.

Grasshopper Rock takes it name from the endangered protected species of grasshopper
Sigaus childi found near the vineyard.

Producer: Weingut Schmidt

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Small winery - 0,5 ha in the yards "Ihringer Fohrenberg" and "Kreuzhalde".

Martin und Ulrike Schmidt
Salzhofstrasse 4
79206 Breisach-Gündlingen
Baden / Germany

Producer: Grans-Fassian

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Family-owned winery, established about 400 years ago. As of 2017, Grans-Fassian cultivates 90% Riesling on about 13 hectare.
Most famous would be the yards "Leiwener Laurentiuslay", Trittenheimer Apotheke", "Dhroner Hofberg" and "Piesporter Goldtröpfchen" - all classified as the highest category, "VDP. Grosse Lage".

Weingut Grans-Fassian
Gerhard Grans (Winzermeister und Inhaber)
Römerstraße 28
54340 Leiwen
Mosel / Germany

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Winery in the heart of the region "Markgräflerland" with wineyards in the slopes of Castellberg and Fohrenberg. Established 1988.

Weingut W. Löffler
Fohrenbergstraße 43
79219 Staufen-Wettelbrunn
Baden / Germany

Producer: Moosmann

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Winery located about 10 km north-east of Freiburg, in a small village where the Elz-valley meets the Rhine-lowlands.

Weingut Moosmann
Schwarzwaldstraße 78
79183 Waldkirch-Buchholz
Baden / Germany

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