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Producer: Antica Corte

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•Vineyard area: 1.9 hectares
•Annual production: 1,500 cases
•Top sites: Ürziger Würzgarten, Erdener Treppchen, Kinheimer Rosenberg
•Soil types: Slate
•Grape varieties: 100% Riesling

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Producer: Derey Freres

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Producer: Gilac

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Producer: Gibbston Valley

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[https://www.gibbstonvalley.com
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Producer: Maison Areion

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Producer: Bodegas Tahuan

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Producer: Perinet

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Producer: Más Que Vinos

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Producer: La Massa

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Fattoria La Massa can be found hidden amongst the Chianti Classico hills of Panzano in the prestigious “Conca d’Oro,” (Golden Basin). It was acquired by its passionate owner, Giampaolo Motta, in 1992. Giampaolo, originally from Naples, came to the area in 1989 to follow his dream of making high quality wines. After working in some of the most famous Chianti Classico estates and spending time in Bordeaux, Giampaolo established La Massa with the technical consultation of famed enologist and friend Carlo Ferrini. Since the end 2008, he relies on the advice of renowned Stéphane Derenoncourt for the vineyards and cellar.

La Massa’s vineyards range in altitude from 315 to 460 meters (1,033 to 1,510 feet) above sea level, occupying an area of about 45 hectares (111 acres), of which 27 are planted with vines. As a result of a 10-year research project dedicated to understanding the distinct terroir of the area, a complete re-structuring of the vineyards has been carried out over the past few years, respecting the particular characteristics of the soil, geography and microclimate.

The estate’s main varieties are the classic Tuscan Sangiovese as well as varieties more typical of Bordeaux, including Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Petit Verdot. Giampaolo is passionate about the great wines of Bordeaux and is convinced of the magnificent potential that these varieties have in the terroir of La Massa. In fact, since the 2007 vintage, he has decided to eliminate Sangiovese completely from La Massa’s flagship Giorgio Primo IGT blend, resulting in a wine that more fully represents his personality.

La Massa produces two wines: La Massa IGT (predominantly Sangiovese, blended with Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot) and the winery’s first wine, Giorgio Primo IGT (Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Petit Verdot). Driven by an unremitting pursuit of excellence, Giampaolo’s dedication and enthusiasm continues to be recognized worldwide, receiving accolades for his wines from the most important wine critics and publications.

“La Massa has a long history of generations of people who have worked the unique soils of Panzano to cultivate the noble grapes of Bordeaux. In fact, the history of La Massa goes back to 1490 and the Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon grapes have been here for nearly 400 years. I am dedicated to continuing this rich tradition at La Massa and bringing my own experience and knowledge with rigor and classicism to produce quality wine.” – Giampaolo Motta

Producer: Sam Harrop

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Producer: Carlisle

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For the Pinot Noir, we were lucky enough to source some incredible fruit from the immaculately-farmed Martaella Vineyard, situated half way between Montafi Ranch and Papera Ranch in the Russian River Valley. We used two clones for our Pinot, the tiny-berried Clone 96, originating from a vineyard near Chambertin, and the ever popular Pommard clone. The Pommard portion was fermented with 50% whole cluster while the 96 was fully destemmed. Aged in 40% new French oak, a single Boutes Grande Réserve barrel, known for highlighting terroir and fruit without adding flavors and aromas of wood and toast, and bottled unfined and unfiltered. Only 61 cases produced. What does it taste like? Red silk! Kendall always says she likes Pinot that tastes like Pinot, i.e., she doesn’t like Pinots with a lot of makeup (toasty oak and extreme ripeness). She likes structure and acidity in her Pinots but also expects them to be very red fruited, with a silken, caressing texture and only modest alcohol. Is Kendall a happy camper? You bet she is!

Producer website<br><br>We are a small Sonoma County winery specializing in the production of old-vine, vineyard designated zinfandels and red Rhone varieties (syrah, grenache, mourvèdre, and petite sirah). While we like our wines to be bold, rich, and intensely flavored, each reflecting a sense of place, its origins in the vineyard, we also strive to create wines of balance, complexity, and perhaps most importantly, pleasure.
Rich. Lusty. Hedonistic. These are some of the descriptors we often hear applied to our wines. However, we also hear the words elegant, balanced, complex. Yes, through hard work in the vineyard and winery, we believe you can have it all, the best of both worlds. Our approach to winemaking is simple, yet difficult. We prefer to intervene in nature’s process as little as possible but we will leave no stone unturned in our quest to maximize the quality of each wine we produce.

Producer: Massena

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Established in 2000 Massena is owned by Dan Standish and Jaysen Collins who until 2006 were employed full time at other Barossa wineries (Dan as winemaker at Torbreck and Jaysen as general manager at Turkey Flat.) All Massena wines are from 100% Barossa valley fruit from dry-farmed, low yielding vines up to 155 years age located in the north-western Barossa.

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Producer: Scarpa

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Producer: Elo

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Producer: Orenda Winery

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Orenda (n.)
The Balance of Energy between all things

Located at the base of the Cascade Mountains, Orenda Winery brought together three friends with a shared commitment – to build community and to bring Orenda to wine-making.

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From Burghound: "Producer note: Bernard Billaud, just as he did in 2010, called the 2011 vintage "a complete classic. If the wine school textbooks had a description of what classic Chablis is supposed to smell and taste like, then both 2010 and 2011 produced it. The wines are elegant, very fresh and possess a wonderful sense of tension and drive. I suppose if I had to choose, 2010 is slightly more classic but really, we're splitting hairs. From the standpoint of making a comparison with another recent vintage, I would characterize 2011 as being more like 2008 than 2010, which itself is perhaps more like 2007. The fruit was exceptionally clean and quite ripe as there was no chaptalization. Overall, I think people will love 2011 as the wines will drink well early but should also age beautifully if desired." As to the now in-bottle 2010s, they have fulfilled everything that I saw last year and then some. In sum, they are seriously impressive wines and well worth your attention. "

Producer: Amuerte

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Producer: Jensen's

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Producer: Jindea

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Producer: G&J Distillers

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Producer: Nao Spirits

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Producer: Rogstad

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Producer: Monte Clavijo

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