Tussock Jumper is much more than just a wine brand. It’s a collection of individual stories each with a special character and totally unique pedigrees. Choose your favourite or jump from wine to wine around the world’s finest wine regions.
There’s a Tussock Jumper for every occasion. Meeting the in-laws for the first time? Put an Aussie Shiraz koala on the table and you’re instantly one of the family. Partying with friends? Load up the tables with Argentinian Cab Sav and everyone will want to come! How about a romantic dinner at home? Release some Venizie Pinot Grigio into your glass and take a walk on the wild side. Grrr.
A TALE OF PASSION AND PRIDE
Tussock Jumper is a premium wine brand created from the shared passion of wine specialists from eleven different countries.
Their aim is to bring together the world’s very best wines under a single, distinctive, quality mark: the woolly red sweater of Tussock Jumper. So you can jump from wine to wine, jumper to jumper, all around the world. What makes Tussock Jumper truly unique is that all their wines are bottled at source – in the same place where the grapes are grown. And, because their producers appreciate Tussock Jumper’s love for wine, they’re happy to pass on their very best quality wines.
A JUMPER WITH FOUR SIDES
They love wine. That’s why they only want to bring you the very best ones. Tussock Jumper doesn’t own any wineries or vineyards or anything like that. They simply concentrate on travelling the world, selecting the best value for money wines they can find and sharing them. Each one bears the picture of an animal native to where the wine comes from. Think of them as Tussock Jumper ambassadors from each country.
Why is where the wine comes from so important? Because you only get the best wines from the source. And, by bottling wines at the origin, Tussock Jumper can guarantee you the best quality. They work together with the best wine producers in the world, getting to know them all personally.
A tussock is a knobbly kind of grass that can be found all round the world. It symbolises their green credentials and commitment to preserving nature. Tussock Jumper takes great care that all their wines are grown and produced under the best and most sustainable conditions. It not only ensures good wines but safeguards supply of them well into the future.
All the animals wearing red jumpers on the wines isn’t just a gimmick or a clever branding idea to stand out on the crowded shelves of your local store. It’s more than that. The jumper is a seal of authenticity, which is your guarantee that everything has been done to provide you with the finest quality, best tasting wine.
Located in a region of Portugal with one of the longest wine traditions, Adega de Azueira is more than 50 years in existence.
Domaine Daniel Chotard is located at the end of the Reigny village. The family-run estate produces unique Sancerre wines from their plots.
The estate consists of 14 hectares of vines within 31 lieu-dits of Pinot Noir(50%), Chardonnay (30%) and Pinot Meunier(20%), along with small amounts of Champagne’s “forgotten”grapes” – Pinot Blanc, Arbane and Petit Meslier. From empirical observation, Benoît and Mélanie have singled out 63 parcels that they vinify individually each vintage, permitting unparalled precision in blending decisions for base and reserve wines, but also letting them highlight single vineyard expressions of their land.
the idea of the label as a representative image of the product would be good if we already had an important past with the bottle. Cantine Europa has decided to focus on the bottled product, and therefore the bottles must be evident.
The company is named Feudi Salentini after the Feudalism time, when carriages, castles, dames and knights had a leading role in such a magical land. This was the extraordinary scenario where wine was considered to be the most prestigious and healthy drink.