In the year 1962, 19 winemakers in San Marzano joined hands to form the Cantine San Marzano wine label.
Founded in the early 1950s, Valditerra is one of the youngest and most innovative wineries operating in the Gavi area.
Alheit Vineyards is a family business started in 2010 by husband and wife team Chris and Suzaan Alheit. They met at Stellenbosch University, fell in love, travelled the world together, got married, then travelled some more. Eventually, they settled on Hemelrand farm close to Hermanus and started their project.
a Perrière’s vineyards, located in Verdigny-en-Sancerre, extend over 5 different districts and produce prestigious Sancerre appellation wines. La Perrière possesses a unique, single 10 hectares block of vineyards planted on flint soils, known to be the most suitable for the production of fine Sauvignon Blanc wines
Today, thanks to an exceptional terroir and men who have believed in it for decades, Mastrojanni has become one of the most respected Montalcino producers as far as wine buffs are concerned.
On a clay limestone hill in Prince Edward County, Norman Hardie’s passion for fine wine is put to the ultimate test.
Over two short decades, Benjamin Bridge has distinguished itself as Canada’s premier sparkling wine house.
The history of Domaine Fournier Père et Fils and the history of Sancerre wines are closely intertwined. The team at Domaine Fournier Père et Fils has witnessed first-hand the very first moments of the fledgling appellation and we have been part of its excellence ever since. Their wines are the true pairings of gourmet cuisine. They embody authentic French art de vivre, traditions and heritage.
When the boldly curious founders decided to “experiment threely” and blend together a luscious threesome of distinctively different grapes into one wine, they knew it needed a name that would live up to this innovative, provocative blend. They called it Ménage à Trois. Not just because it was a revolutionary three-grape blend, but because like its taste it deserved a name that would never blend in.
Over the years, the Cakebread emerge from various difficulties such as vines dying from phylloxera. They’ve also built their library and started producing wines from more varietals – Merlot, Pinot Noir, Rubaiyat, etc. Expansion of their winery has also began as they start purchasing adjacent wineries and vineyards.