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The vineyards producing the grapes for Rustenberg’s wines climb the rich red slopes of the Simonsberg. A range of slopes and aspects allow site-specific plantings that enhance varietal characteristics. Visitors to the farm may wonder where all the vineyards are!? All they need to is look up towards the mountain to see the rolling hectares of vines sitting well above the valley floor.
Domaine Michel Bouzereau et Fils is one of Meursault’s most distinguished growers, creating rich and voluptuous wines.
Located at an altitude of 900 metres in Bekaa Valley, Lebanon, Château Marsyas is a family initiative founded on the search for excellence.
Freixenet family history goes back to 1861, when Francesc Sala Ferrés started a business making and exporting wine to America. His original winery is still here today, lovingly restored by the current family, and it still makes small quantities of Cava – handmade in the original way.
Val d’Oca is one of the oldest, leading producers of Prosecco. Their sparkling wines are made with Glera grape that is cultivated and vinified in the hills of Valdobbiadene.
Established in 1994 by Alexandra Marnier Lapostolle and her husband Cyril de Bournet, Lapostolle aims to spread Chilean wine to the world.
Piemme is a modern company, leader in the agro-food and liqueur sector, which produces Limoncello, Babà and its specialties respecting tradition.
The Prisoner Wine Company takes an unconventional approach to winemaking by working with impassioned growers across California.
Burn Cottage Vineyard is a 24 hectare estate in the foothills of the Pisa range in Central Otago, New Zealand, owned by the Sauvage family.