• 1800 Tequila

    1800 Tequila

    1800® has always remained true to its values of passion, hard work, and honesty. As a result, 1800® has been, and always will be, made the right way — without compromise. 1800 is the year the world’s first premium tequila, real tequila, was born. For more than two hundred years, 1800® has never wavered from its original formula and distillation process — producing a 100% agave, quality liquid each and every time. The bottles that end up on the shelves contain the same quality tequila as every bottle that has left the distillery for centuries. The packaging for 1800® Tequila is an iconic trapezoidal shape, reminiscent of the centuries-old Mayan stone pyramids found throughout Mexico and dressed with a crest.

  • Abbazia di Monte Oliveto Maggiore

    Abbazia di Monte Oliveto Maggiore

    Founded at the beginning of the 14th century by the Sienese nobleman Giovanni Tolomei, the great monastic complex of Monte Oliveto Maggiore extends along the crest of a hill in the heart of the "Crete Senesi"; it is defined a "city in the form of a monastery" due to the size of the buildings that make it up. During these centuries the work of the monks and workers changed the surrounding area, originally uninhabited and wild. Today a beautiful countryside surrounds the monastery where cultivated fields, vineyards, olive trees and woods alternate with a "lunar" landscape marked by gullies and natural precipices. The origin of the Monte Oliveto Maggiore farm can be traced back to the founder San Bernardo Tolomei because he himself made available on 26 March 1319, as a dowry for the foundation of the new monastery, the lands he owned in the Accona area together with those of his companions, Patrizio Patrizi and Melanino. In the following decades, thanks to the donations and gifts of the new entrants, a sufficient patrimony was created for the life, development and diffusion of the young institution. Over the centuries there have been other donations and acquisitions up to the number of 27 farms all owned by sharecropping families in 1850. Due to the law L. n. 3036 of 7 July 1866, and of Law no. 3848 of 15 August 1867 which sanctioned the suppression of religious orders, all the assets of the abbey were confiscated. In the following years they were put up for auction and only in part they were bought back by the monks through a company they set up. The size and type of the land and buildings of the farm that have been preserved to date have thus been defined: 850 hectares of land, half of which are woods, pastures and uncultivated land (gullies) and the other half are arable land , olive groves, vineyards and buildings.

  • Alfred Gratien

    Alfred Gratien

    Sheltered from whimsical trends ,, Alfred Gratien champagne has remained loyal to its roots. For four generations now, the Epernay-based Jaeger family has been handing down the trade of cellar master from father to son, ensuring the Alfred Gratien style lives on. Century-old expertise, quality supplies, and 'sous-bois' oak vinification all contribute to transforming wine into a prestigious champagne brand name. The Alfred Gratien estate is home to 1.56 hectares of Grands Crus and Premiers Crus classified vines in the heart of the Côte des Blancs region. To make its cuvées, the house purchases additional grapes to use alongside its own. Around a hundred different grape farmers supply the house, and many have done so for generations. Loyalty, family spirit and mutual respect are core values in supplier relations. Classic brut cuvées remain here for four years, vintages for at least 10 and the cuvée Paradis spends six to seven years in the cellar.

  • Antica Distilleria Quaglia

    Antica Distilleria Quaglia

    The Antica Distilleria Quaglia was founded in 1906 in Castelnuovo Don Bosco (AT), a small cumune on the Piedmont hills, which has always been a land of great grapes and great wines. Founded by Giuseppe Quaglia, cook and restaurateur, the Quaglia distillery, over the course of 4 generations has been constantly modernized and expanded, until the arrival of Carlo, great-grandson of the founder who, thanks to a great passion, an in-depth study of the family recipes and a certain creativity, not only improves the plant but also updates the range of products offered, in compliance with the company motto "" experiment through tradition "". In the early days, the distillery concentrated its production on the distillation of grappa, offering various fine grappas, including the "Storica" ​​grappa, produced since the early 1900s by the Quaglia family, grappa Moscato Aged and that of Asti Novella, grappa reserves and aged in barrique. The Quaglia distillery today produces a wide range of grappas, liqueurs and vermouths, thanks to the breath of energy, passion and creativity brought by Carlo and his friend Federico Ricatto. But in Castelnuovo Don Bosco novelty rhymes with quality and together with originality and the desire to amaze we fight to keep intact the Piedmontese traditions, which involve the use of natural ingredients of excellence, carefully selected and often collected manually, then processed. with the utmost care and respect to preserve the aromas and peculiar characteristics. In fact, Carlo's entire production is a very successful blend of experience, study and innovation, based on the quality of raw materials and on craftsmanship, from micro-distilleries, which include the use of steel tanks. stainless steel, maturation in tanks and in bottles before marketing. Among the most recent products offered by the Antica Distilleria Quaglia, we find different versions of Vermouth and liqueurs, created from traditional recipes and revisited in a modern style, as is the custom of the company, among the first distilleries to follow this innovative and original interpretation.

  • Antinori


    The Antinori family has been committed to the art of winemaking for over six centuries since 1385 when Giovanni di Piero Antinori became a member, of the “Arte Fiorentina dei Vinattieri”, the Florentine Winemakers’ Guild. All throughout its history, twenty-six generations long, the Antinori family has managed the business directly making innovative and sometimes bold decisions while upholding the utmost respect for traditions and the environment. Today, Albiera Antinori is the president of Marchesi Antinori with the continuous close support of her two sisters, Allegra and Alessia, all actively involved in first person in the business. Their father, Marchese Piero Antinori, is the current Honorary President of the company. Tradition, passion, and intuition are the three driving forces that led Marchesi Antinori to establish itself as one of the most important winemakers of elite Italian wine.

  • Argiolas


    That of the Argiolas is a story that began in the early 1900s. It was 1906, the year in which Antonio, the patriarch, was born in Serdiana, in the province of Cagliari. A little over thirty years later, in 1938 with precision, in what has always been a land of farmers, olive groves and vineyards, the same Antonio gave birth to the Argiolas winery. By planting rows after row, joining vineyard to vineyard, we started to produce wine, always looking for quality with rigor and method. Then came the sons of Antonio, Franco and Giuseppe, who inherited from their father the passion for vineyards and wine, and they shared it and transmitted it, in turn, first to their wives and then to their own children. Today, the third generation of the Argiolas, Antonio's grandchildren, is already actively working in the cellar. After all, the recipe is simple: season after season, harvest after harvest, from generation to generation, tradition is handed down and renewed year after year. It is in this context that a broad and complete production line is born, capable, as perhaps no other, of making the most of the territory and its most typical varieties, in a perfect union. Unique wines, characterized by intensity, balance and elegance. Currently, divided into five distinct estates, the vineyards that meet the name of Argiolas reach a total extension of over 230 hectares. In respect of the environment, ecosystem and territory, research and experimentation also finds space, for vine plants that, in some cases, are even cultivated off-hand. In the cellar, excellent grapes give life to those that are called "Turriga", "Korem", "Is Solinas" and "Iselis", then again of "Costamolino", "Perdera" and "Costera", to name just a few of Argiolas labels. Wines, those that come from the Serdiana winery, extremely pleasant, qualitatively superior, and strongly faithful to the terroir of belonging.

  • Armilla


    In 1980 Marchetti Silverio, not without effort, bought a property in Tavernelle, a pretty hamlet located 7 km from Montalcino. Silverio, who has always worked as an employee in a well-known farm in Montalcino, now close to retirement, decides to invest the hectares of land he had purchased in the vineyard. These are just small steps, he slowly builds the first hectare of vineyard, then the small cellar, meanwhile he sells the bulk wine, not yet Brunello di Montalcino, because the D.O.C.G. at that moment it was closed. In 1995 he registered our first 9842 meters in D.O.C.G. It will be his wife, daughters, genders and grandchildren to carry out his commitment. Here comes Armilla. The word "Armilla" is historically reflected in a gold bracelet, used as an ornament by men and women in Ancient Rome, but in particular it was a bracelet that in the Roman armies was given as a reward to those who had distinguished themselves for military merits and that the decorated ones wore on their left arm. For the family, this winery and this wine are a promise kept to the one who built it. Furthermore, the Armilla circle is continuity: from Silverio to Ofelia, from Silverio to his daughters, from Silverio to his grandchildren.

  • Attems


    Attems: a name that evokes the history of wine in Friuli Venezia Giulia. In fact, the first document dating back to 1106 shows the land holdings dedicated to viticulture in Collio by the Attems dynasty and the production of Ribolla Gialla and Refosco is recorded in the master books of 1764. A millenary tradition that has made this company the reference point in the territory and that has seen Count Douglas Attems as the protagonist: he deserves the credit for having founded, in 1964, the Consortium of Wines of Collio, third in order of time in Italy and first in Friuli. The history of Attems is thus intertwined with history: from the Patriarchate of Aquileia to the County of Gorizia, from the First World War to the present day. Owned by the Frescobaldi family since 2000, Attems has a fascinating past, an affirmed present and a future of innovation. Since 2000, Attems has been owned by the Frescobaldi family who continue to drive it with respect to its unique characteristics.

  • Avignonesi


    Avignonesi takes its name from the founding family of the estate and has undergone an exciting journey since its foundation. Acquired by Virginie Saverys in 2009, Avignonesi has grown in size and at the same time has become a leader in biodynamic viticulture in Italy. Thanks to Virginie's respect for the ecosystem, its staff and the final consumer, the winery has started producing organic wines that are linked to their origins, but singular and unique. And in the best biodynamic approach. To date, the estate has grown to 175 hectares of vineyards, including the purchase of a state-of-the-art winemaking facility in the Montepulciano appellation. It is Virginie's perseverance to take care of the land and her irresistible willingness to produce a wine that is somewhat unique and true to its origins that has allowed her to bring life back to the vineyards and create a healthier working environment for all staff. Avignonesi wines enhance the richness and elegance of Montepulciano's heritage. Sangiovese grape wines have been produced here for centuries and the charm that surrounds this appellation is accentuated by the "return to fundamental principles, without unnatural intervention" approach that biodynamic viticulture entails. This methodology and the passion shared by all the staff for the production of high quality products, thanks to the deep conviction of the values ​​shared by the management team, allow to respect the innate character of each wine, following its natural path from the soil to the cellar and finally, by the glass.

  • Az. Agr. Chiara Vinciarelli

    Az. Agr. Chiara Vinciarelli

    New and very small wine reality. The cellars located in the municipality of Montepulciano work the grapes on soils that are part of the Cortona DOC. Syrah is the main grape variety, worked in purity, to enhance it. The wines bear the names of stars like Pollux and Castor, belonging to the constellation of Gemini. The idea of connecting the wine to the stars is due to the location of the company in Via della Stella, another name for its own farm.

  • Baldetti


    Viticulture, which in the company already covered an important activity, from the end of the 60s had a strong impulse when Mario Baldetti, current leader father, carried out the total renovation of the existing vineyards.

  • Banfi


    It is our fondest desire that this project will be good for the people of Montalcino, good for Italy, good for America, good for all people who love fine wine.” With these words John F. Mariani declared the inauguration of the Castello Banfi winery on September 12, 1984. Deciding to establish a point of excellence in Montalcino, the Mariani family intrinsically tied Banfi to this territory and its own development. Castello Banfi represents a heritage and a unique experience in the world of viticulture and winemaking, in which a profound respect for the land and the intense desire to exalt its character resulted in multiple research projects. Perhaps the most important of these involved the attentive clonal selection of Sangiovese, the symbol of Montalcino, to show its inimitable expression and great versatility in the historic Brunello denomination. At the same time, we did not overlook the potential of the principal international varietals which find an ideal environment for an alternative expression of this place. Respect for the potential of this territory and the desire to exalt its character have always inspired our winemaking at Banfi, resulting in a prestigious selection that is uniquely characterized by a soul closely tied to this unique, inimitable, and extraordinary land. The respect of the environment and of people’s wellness has driven Banfi to being in harmony with the immediate territory, through a rational use of the natural resources and the love for the environment itself.

  • Barone Ricasoli

    Barone Ricasoli

    History, tradition and prestige: these are the words that could summarize the development of the company Barone Ricasoli, a reality that, according to the prestigious American magazine "Family Business", a magazine that analyzes households, is one of the wineries oldest in the world, without a doubt the first in the Italian wine scene. The name of the Ricasoli is in fact linked to the world of viticulture since 1141, the year in which the Castello di Brolio, located in Gaiole in Chianti, became the property of the family. Over the centuries, already at the beginning of the 600s there is evidence of exports to the Netherlands and England, while at the beginning of the 1900s the bottles started their first trips to China, South Africa, Costa Rica and British Africans. The history of the company is inextricably linked to a particular character, creator of one of the most successful Tuscan products in the world today, the Chianti: this is Barone Bettino Ricasoli, who, around 1830, began experimenting of a wine that, in his mind, had to be able to keep up with the great French cousins. After about 30 years of attempts, Bettino identified the "magic" formula that gave birth to Chianti, highlighting the fundamental role of Sangiovese grapes combined with other indigenous red grape varieties, such as Canaiolo and Malvasia. Today the company, led by Francesco Ricasoli, great-grandson of Bettino, is the largest of the Chianti Classico terroir, with about 1200 hectares of which 235 are cultivated with different types of vines, both native and international. Every year the production is around 2 million bottles, where the sangiovese plays a fundamental part in almost all the labels, sometimes flanked by cabernet sauvignon, petit verdot, cabernet franc and merlot, to create unique and identifying products, which represent in the world the history of true quality Italian wine.

  • Bastianich


    The wine we drink has an intense history, is part of a tradition with deep roots and often travels the whole world to get to our table. The Bastianich company, founded in 1997, consists of 40 hectares of vineyards. All the vineyards are located in the Colli Orientali del Friuli, in two distinct areas in the Doc area. "The cellar contains the story of the Bastianich family values" The deep connection that the Bastianich family has with the wine world takes us back decades and generations. It dates back to the meetings with the most important families of winemakers in the seventies and eighties and to the promotion of the best Friulian wines in the papers of the various restaurants of the Family in the United States. It was this passion for wine, combined with the desire to rediscover and rediscover its origins, which led the Bastianich family, in 1997, to plant the first vineyards in Buttrio and Cividale del Friuli, in one of the most suitable areas of Italy to the production of white wines. "The place that tells passion and devotion" The vineyards, all owned by Tenuta Bastianich since 1997, are located in two distinct areas of the Colli Orientali del Friuli DOC. The first vineyard is located on the hills of Buttrio and Premariacco, in the hottest and southernmost area of ​​the Doc. Influenced by the heat from the sea, it offers the grapes for the production of our Cru wines, more full-bodied and structured, like the Vespa Bianco, Vespa Rosso, Plus and Calabrone. The second vineyard, which is located on the hills of Cividale del Friuli, is influenced by the bora, the cold wind coming from the north, which, on the stiffest nights, produces wines of greater aromatic intensity.

  • Beluga


    Beluga is a world famous noble Russian vodka. Thanks to its aristocratic origins and idyllic quality, Beluga has claimed its rightful place in the global culture of spirit satisfaction and consumption. To create Beluga the most noble of Russian Vodkas, we chose The Mariinsk Distillery. The Mariinsk Distillery was established in 1900 in the heart of Siberia in one of the most environmentally clean and tranquil areas of Russia. We believe that true Russian vodka can only be produced exclusively in Russia. Today, the Mariinsk Distillery is considered in the industry to be the nation-wide leader, thanks to its cutting-edge equipment and advanced quality control systems at every stage of production. Its unique geographical position gives additional benefits to Beluga's taste. The foremost of which is the clean and pure water from Siberian artesian wells.

  • Béreche et Fils.

    Béreche et Fils.

    Bérêche et Fils is a historic Champagne producer located in the heart of the Montagne de Reims, in Ludes. La Maison was founded in 1847 by Lèon and Albert and is now led by the fifth generation of the Bérêche family, represented by the young brothers Raphael and Vincent who, along with 10 loyal collaborators, carry on a long tradition of passion, sacrifice and hard work to always produce great wines. The main vineyards of Bérêche et Fils are found in the Premier Cru of Ludes and Ormes, in the Montagne de Reims, while others extend with parcel subdivisions along the Vallée de la Marne. The vines are cultivated in a responsible and sustainable way, without systemic treatments, herbicides or chemical fertilizers, in full respect of nature and its fruits. Even in the cellar we try to work in the most traditional way possible, avoiding filtration and favoring slow and spontaneous fermentation, using oak barrels during vinification and preferring long stops sur lies. The Champagne of Bérêche et Fils are produced with care and sensitivity, following and carrying on ancestral methods handed down from father to son. Their Champagne is clean and elegant, of great freshness, minerality and balance, qualities that make them emerge in the crowded French sparkling wine scene.

  • Bertani


    Synonymous with "Amarone" itself, Bertani represents not only the most important Valpolicella winery but also one of the most prestigious and well-known wine-making realities in Italy. A story that begins very far, exactly in 1857, with the foundation of the winery by the brothers Giovan Battista and Gaetano Bertani. The latter came from a long period of learning spent at the school of the great Professor Guyot, in France. Since then, tradition and innovation have always gone hand in hand, from the many investments in the vineyard and in the cellar up to the purchase of the splendid Villa Novare, an estate that represents in the world the extraordinary work carried out even today by the Bertani family. Currently there are over two hundred hectares of vineyards, divided between some of the best areas of the province of Verona, and the Grezzana winery has been added to the Villa Novare estate, which is currently the headquarters and heart of the entire company, where the vinification, bottling and shipping phases. In the vineyard, under the direction of the agronomist Andrea Lonardi, old plants that even reach the age of 35 alternate with new vineyards - of which the last were made in 2015 - and respect for the environment and ecosystem comes first of everything, for which the experimentation of organic has recently started, with the intention of extending the regime, in the future, to the entire estate. In the cellar, the team is well-knit and tested, with winemaker Christian Ridolfi leading the team for over 15 years. From 2014 merged into the "Bertani Domains", after it had been purchased by the "Tenimenti Angelini" in 2011, the Bertani winery produces over two million bottles annually, proving to be a company that, despite the passing of the years, constantly manages to renewing itself, always keeping up with the times, and at the same time maintaining a style that best interprets classicism and maximizes the most ancient traditions.

  • Billecart-Salmon


    Billecart-Salmon was born in the early nineteenth century, in 1818 to be precise, in Mareuil-sur-Aÿ, common Premier Cru of the Vallée de la Marne. The Maison, which came into being from the union between Nicolas François Billecart and Elisabeth Salmon, today, with François and Antoine Roland-Billecart holding the company reins, and with the sixth generation active in the company, remains purely family-run as it is always been. Every member of the Billecart-Salmon family has always been committed to carrying on the tradition, remaining faithful to a sort of oath: "give priority to the highest quality and always pursue the highest excellence". Relying on a proprietary vineyard extension that covers about one hundred hectares, the Roland-Billecarts are supplied on a total area of ​​220 hectares, divided between forty different crus, among which some of the best pinot nero vineyard plots are found. , chardonnay and pinot meunier from the entire Champagne region, located mainly around Epernay, in the Vallée de la Marne, but also in the mythical lands of the Montagne de Reims and in the area of ​​the Côte des Blancs. The ancestral vinification methods, which take place strictly in small wooden barrels of fifty hectoliters, have been transmitted from generation to generation and constantly improved. Over the years, then, the technique of refrigerating the must combined with the use of steel, as well as low-temperature fermentation, was also developed. Thus combining the most ancient traditions with the most advanced oenological technologies, a range of labels is born that is divided into those that are the various categories of Champagne, classified according to the various sugar dosages, and divided between the vintage and the special cuvée. From the Brut to the Brut Réserve, passing through the Rosé, the Extra Brut and the Blanc de Blancs, they are Champagne, those labeled “Billecart-Salmon”, now famous and internationally recognized, symbol of those that are the most important and prestigious French bubbles.

  • Bindella


    The history of Tenuta Vallocaia begins in the 1980s, thanks to the passion of its founder, Rudi Bindella, grandson of that pioneer - Jean Bindella who at the beginning of the 1900s with only two horses had started carrying demijohns and subsequently introduced the famous Tuscan flask. in Switzerland. Rudi Bindella, deepens and develops the family business by importing and distributing Italian excellence in the Swiss market and opening restaurants in the most important Swiss locations. During his studies in Italy he discovers Montepulciano, where he decides to become a winemaker. Tenuta Vallocaia represents a unicum of this precious wine area: it is the Noble of today, but above all the Noble that will be. From its large windows dominate the gentle landscapes and the noble profile of Montepulciano, the sanguine sunsets and the ridges that follow each other in a pictorial succession worthy of a Renaissance artist. Tenuta Vallocaia has a special character. Today, it is a modern winery with an ancient heart, enclosed in architectures that enhance its functions and beauty, which permeate it with light, which amplify the large internal open spaces. A place where Wine, Art, History, Passion and People coexist in a dynamic balance, dedicated to creating wines that are the best story of this territory in the heart of Italy.

  • Biondi Santi - Tenuta il Greppo

    Biondi Santi - Tenuta il Greppo

    The prestige of Greppo began in the early 1800s with the great wine-growing culture of the family owning this company, whose territory it has an extraordinary viticultural vocation for Sangiovese. Clemente began to vinify Sangiovese in purity and transmitted his wine science to his nephew Ferruccio Biondi Santi who, following the arrival of phylloxera in the mid-1800s, selected a clone of Sangiovese with which he managed to create wines of extraordinary longevity. It was Ferruccio who produced the first bottle of Brunello di Montalcino in 1888. His son, Tancredi, a well-known oenologist, typed the Brunello creating the basis for the production disciplinary and launched the wine on the market, obtaining great awards in a few decades. After taking over the management of the company, his son Franco, a winemaker, learned the subtle art of winemaking from his father and now leads the Tenuta Greppo with an unparalleled collection of Brunello or Riserva bottles. He continued the strict and traditional agronomic practices of the cellar to consolidate the typicality and improve the quality of Brunello del Greppo certain to match the great centenary reserves of his Brunello. The farm, which today spreads over 47 hectares of Greppo and 105 of Pieri, has an area cultivated with Sangiovese grosso of 25 hectares, of which about 5 of old plants (from 1930 to 1972), 8 hectares of old plants ( of 1988/89), 6 hectares of recent planting (of 2000/2001) and 6 hectares of brand new planting (from 2004 to 2006).

  • Birrificio CaneNero

    Birrificio CaneNero

    With great respect for nature we grow and sow two-row beer and wheat barley in the hills of our Tuscan land, in the Chianti Aretino area. The barley and wheat we grow are free of pesticides, additives and chemicals in general. Our selected seed is malted in total autonomy within our company giving life to a refined, agricultural, genuine, and above all Km 0 beer. After the harvest, the barley is selected with an ancient looser from the end of the 1800s and only the best beans will be used for malting. The grains selected as the best are immersed in large pools of water and mixed to favor oxygenation. The "wet" barley is spread in malt, after about three days the seed begins its germination and it is possible to glimpse what is called "radicle" in brewery parlance. Then it is dried naturally in order to lower the moisture of the beans. Once dry, we toast it in an oven built by us and we will have thus obtained our native and 100% agricultural malt.

  • Bisson


    The Società Agricola Bisson, born in Chiavari, in 1978, from the first vinifications of Pierluigi Lugano, sommelier with a great passion for wine and the land. It all starts with the processing in the cellar of grapes purchased on the territory and progresses in a surprising way, with the continuous search for quality, the hard work in the vineyard, with low environmental impact methods, which include among other things a strict limitation of pesticides and a heroic viticulture on the terraces overlooking the sea. The philosophy of Pierluigi and his wife Marta is to enhance the varietal characteristics and the particular Ligurian territory, to communicate in their wines the aroma, the minerality and the lively personality, recovering vineyards and experimenting with vinifications. The company produces around 100,000 bottles, divided between white and red wines of character, some obtained from indigenous varieties that have almost disappeared such as the Genoese bianchetta and the ciliegiolo, in addition to the more popular varieties such as vermentino, bosco and albarola, su vineyards spread over several plots, with sandy and gravelly soil.

  • Bollinger


    In Ay, one of the historic towns in the heart of the Champagne region of France, is the Maison Bollinger, founded in 1829 by Athanase Louis Emmanuel Count of Villermont, who chose to join together with the German Joseph Bollinger and the wine lover Paul Ranaudin. Over the years, after succeeding in successfully imposing his own bubbles, especially in the UK and US markets, it was Joseph Bollinger who became the symbol of the Maison. Today universally recognized for the great quality of its wines, the winery, thanks to the privileged position of its own vineyards and thanks also to a rigid ethics of production, even sanctioned by principles set down in writing, has been affirmed for years at international level. To give an example of the strict rules followed by the company, it will suffice to say that only the must from the first pressing is used for the production of Champagne, while all that obtained with the second pressing is sold to other wineries. Currently, the maison can count on a vineyard extension that covers over 160 hectares, most of which are divided between the mountain of Reims and the territory of Ay. Classified by over half as Grand Cru, and as Premier Cru for the remaining part, the vineyards are bred with meticulous care, so the plants grow in full respect of the environment and ecosystem. In addition to pinot meunier and chardonnay, the pinot nero is above all the vine around which the maison's assemblies revolve, wisely using the grapes of this grape variety to give its Champagne richness, vinosity and roundness. From the Brut “Special Cuvée” to the Extra Brut “RD”, from the Rosé to the vintage wines, in the historic aging cellars, made up of kilometers of tunnels, all Bollinger labeled Champagne mature from three to eight years, much more than required by the disciplinary , guaranteeing the perfect development of aromas and always expressing the maximum possible balance.

  • Bowmore


    Founded by the Simpson family in 1879 in Islay and later acquired by the eclectic James Mutter (Consul of the Ottoman Empire, but also farmer and distiller) the Bowmore distillery stands on the banks of the Loch and is one of the oldest in Scotland, some risk even to say that it was the first by foundation. Over the centuries the distillery has never ceased its activities, continuing to bottle even during the Second World War (for most of the Second World War the distillery housed the RAF seaplanes engaged in raids against German submarines) although many are was the change of ownership. In 1963 the activity was curated by Stanley P. Morrison and James Howat of Morrison's Bowmore Distillery Ltd. In the late eighties of the twentieth century, the Japanese Suntory Ltd then appropriated a holding in the company and then bought it definitively in 1994. Despite many changes of ownership and various renovations and renovations, Bowmore has maintained its original Malting Floor and historic whiskey production methods. All the products are characterized by local malts with their typical and unique smoking, obtained from a large furnace and traditional methods with more than two centuries of history. As mentioned, the distillery is located on the shores of Loch Indaal, a lake that flows into the Atlantic Ocean. The proximity with the latter plays a fundamental role in finishing the character of the distillate that breathes brackish air throughout its aging in cask. Curious, very special and worthy of mention is the “Numero uno” storage warehouse, the only one on the face of the earth to be below sea level: its dark, cold and wet conditions, as well as the powerful brackish air are ideal for the aging and maturation of a real unicum, a great product.

  • Briziarelli


    In the heart of Umbria, home of the refined Sagrantino, in a charming vineyard rises a breathtaking location. Cantine Briziarelli is the result of a futuristic project in which the union between the tradition of an enchanting land and a unique architecture finds its highest expression. The location is at the center of a splendid estate and the vineyards that surround it are the natural setting of a place of exclusive charm. For lovers of Umbria and its landscapes, this place manifests all the authenticity of a land rich in colors and surprises. The history of the Cantine Briziarelli began in Umbria in the early twentieth century (1906), thanks to the genius of Pio Briziarelli: a local entrepreneur, philanthropist, a man of great ambitions, after taking his first steps in the clay fields he chose to exploit the potential of the generous Umbria founding his farm. Thus began the cultivation of vineyards and the processing of grapes in the old Cantina di Marsciano, the breeding and selection of Chianina in Località San Gemini and then over the years the cultivation of owned olive groves and arable land. The foundations are therefore laid for the Agricultural Company Briziarelli, which to date includes various activities linked by the same entrepreneurial philosophy that places the objective of quality at the center of every initiative. In 2000, Cantine Briziarelli started a new project, on a 50-hectare farm between Bevagna and Montefalco. Immersed in the prized wine area of ​​Sagrantino DOCG, an area synonymous with quality viticulture that over the past forty years has largely strengthened and re-evaluated its territory. The business grew rapidly, until a second vineyard was needed only a few years later, in 2006. In 2012 the new winery arrived. Today the brand exports its products all over the world. Working every day with the same passion as always.

  • Bruichladdich


    Since 2001 Bruichladdich has risen in an unconventional and unconventional version, in a land of traditions and centuries-old roots. From the production of Islay Whiskey, the company has also started distilling a Gin produced with 31 botanicals, 22 of which from Islay.

  • Bruni


    Proceeding towards the low Tuscany, crowded with small towns, from the villages and castles you come across the silences and scents of the Maremma. Beyond the coastline the air refines and the red crust of the small hills is covered with green crops. It is precisely here that the wise hand of man becomes visible with his works, with the sole purpose of enhancing the flavors of this land. In these emphasizing places, cultivated since the time of the Etruscan winemakers, the Company Bruni cultivates its own vineyards. The Cantina Bruni, founded as a simple passion in 1974, has now become one of the most important private realities of the Tuscan Maremma. It is on the continuous search for quality that the Cantina Bruni has always aimed at demonstrating which significant level can be achieved by the wine products of the Tuscan Maremma. Bruni wines are born on this production line, whose purpose is to enhance the aromas of this land. A land where the union of land / climate / vine unquestionably determines the quality of the products.

  • Bushmills


    In the small village of Bushmills, settled on the banks of the river you'll find the oldest distillery in Ireland. A place where family and friends have worked for generations, in a small Northern Irish village that for over 400 years has kept to the philosophy that hand crafting small batches is the way to produce beautifully smooth tasting Irish whiskey.

  • Ca' del Bosco

    Ca' del Bosco

    Ca 'del Bosco unquestionably represents a pillar not only of the territory of Franciacorta, but of the entire national wine scene. This very important production reality was born in the mid-1960s, when Annamaria Clementi Zanella purchased a small house of the same name in the municipality of Erbusco, in the heart of the area, with woods and vineyards. The company's wine route was however started by Annamaria's son, Maurizio Zanella, who was able to identify and enhance the characteristics of the Franciacorta territory. In the early 70s, Maurizio became the precursor of the enhancement of those areas, transforming the small house "ca 'del bosc" into one of the most modern and productive cellars in Italy. Since then, each action has been dominated by a single and fundamental principle, which defines the essence of the cellar: the pursuit of excellence. Today Ca 'del Bosco extends over more than two hundred hectares of vineyards among owned and rented vineyards, where every grape variety cultivated - it should not be forgotten that the cellar, in addition to dedicating itself to the bubbles also produces white and red wines - is treated in detail . The vineyards, which today can boast on average almost all of them over forty years of age, are treated separately during the vinification phase, thus respecting the peculiarities of each individual terroir. In fact, the assembly of the different parcels takes place only after the ripening phase is finished, so as to have a clear idea of ​​the maximum expression reached by each grape. The territory and the roots come first of all, and precisely in the light of this intelligent philosophy between the rows, an agronomic regime with low environmental impact is used, with minimal fertilizations only of an organic type.

  • Ca' del Doge

    Ca' del Doge

    Venetian company that produces Prosecco DOC, but not only. Easy-drinking white wines and other Glera-based sparkling wines are the major part of the production.

  • Camigliano


    The company, acquired in 1957 by Walter Ghezzi, a courageous and enterprising entrepreneur from Milan with a passion for Tuscany, has in recent years, with the arrival of his son Gualtiero, undergone a profound and radical improvement with the implementation of new vineyards (today it has 530 hectares of which 93 are vineyards) at a height of 300-350 meters above sea level, with the renewal of winemaking techniques and the unconditional care of the territory to which he dedicated energy and enthusiasm. The vineyards, organic, are chosen through a careful analysis of the soils and clonal selections with the advice of agronomic technicians from various Italian universities. Gualtiero devotes all his attention to the care of the vineyards, which are scrupulously followed through continuous analysis of the land and pruning management, both dry and green, to obtain that selection of the grapes in the harvest period, based on exposure and nature of the land, which allows us an optimal harvest.

  • Cantina Canaio

    Cantina Canaio

    Cantina Canaio sees its first labels in 2014 after years and years in the agricultural sector. The idea of the winery was born in 2012, following a division of the old family farm. It was then that it was decided to allocate the vineyards cultivated with Syrah and a small parcel cultivated with Merlot for winemaking. The name "Canaio" takes its cue from the name of an ancestor who lived on the family estate, nicknamed "il Canaio" for his great passion for hunting and therefore for the high number of dogs he owned. In a small to medium-sized company, the philosophy can only be to focus on one goal: quality. Each choice in the company assumes extreme importance and implies absolute dedication and attention to every detail. No shortcuts are allowed, neither in the vineyard nor in the cellar. Each vintage is interpreted for what it is, without seeking any type of homologation.

  • Cantina Valpantena

    Cantina Valpantena

    Today, the winery groups about 250 farms, which cultivate a total of about 750 hectares of vineyards, of which more than 30 are organic and all are included in areas with a designation of controlled origin in the hilly area of ​​Verona. To these companies, in July 2003, after the merger with the Colline Veronesi oil mill, another 150 oil companies were added, thus creating a new oleovinicola reality in Valpantena. The commitment and care taken in all phases of the production chain, where tradition and technological innovation blend together, have led to an excellent and constant quality level, allowing us to fully exploit all the qualities of the grapes and olives conferred by our associates . The successes achieved in the most important international wine competitions are the deserved recognition of this continuous research aimed at improving production and quality standards, together with all the company certifications and not least with the trust and satisfaction of the final consumer.

  • Cantine Pellegrino

    Cantine Pellegrino

    Since 1880 we cultivate the best Sicilian grapes, representing today a reality of great tradition and experience on the island. In over 135 years we have acquired a deep knowledge of our territory, of the methods of cultivation of native vines, of the best techniques of vinification of grapes. The Pellegrino family has always personally managed the activities in the vineyard and in the cellar, and even today, for the seventh generation, it is daily involved in company management. A long family history of respect, care, love and dedication, of values ​​handed down from father in son, which today make it one of the largest families of Sicilian wine. The Pellegrino vineyards are located in the most western part of Sicily, characterized by a great variety of microclimates. The area has the highest vineyard area in Italy as it is considered the most suitable area of ​​the island. Here in fact the intense light, the dry and dry climate, the fresh soils, the winds coming from the south, the strong temperature changes, create the ideal conditions for the production of quality wines. We cultivate our grapes in four proprietary estates with specific vocations, all managed with organic farming methods in full respect of the environment. Kelbi, lush garden, ideal for the cultivation of catarratto. Rinazzo, sour and desert, where the syrah grows vigorously. Salinaro, whose cricket vineyards on the coast enjoy fresh sea breezes. Gazzerotta, windy plateau, ideal for the cultivation of avola nero and where an ancient cricket vineyard has taken deep roots, expressing the highest quality levels. We are committed to safeguarding the territory in which we operate, we cultivate grapes in our estates exclusively with organic methods, in full respect of the environment. Green choices also concern all areas of production, from lighting to logistics, from waste management to the use of water resources, to the containment of all forms of environmental pollution.

  • Capanna


    The Capanna farm, owned by the Cencioni family since 1957, is located in the Montosoli area, north of Montalcino. Founded by Giuseppe Cencioni, assisted by his sons Benito and Franco, it was one of the first companies of the modern Brunello era; already in the 1960s he started bottling his own wines and, after the recognition of Brunello di Montalcino DOC in 1966, Giuseppe was one of the 25 founders of the Brunello di Montalcino Consortium. The production, initially of a few thousand bottles, was subsequently increased with the planting of new vineyards. In 1975 the export of Brunello di Montalcino DOC - Capanna 1970 - to Germany began; in the following years new markets were reached: United States of America, Canada, Switzerland, Belgium, Holland, Japan, Austria, Poland, Denmark and others (approx. 20 in total). The Capanna winery is still run today on an exclusively family level, both from an agronomic and an oenological point of view, also making use of the collaboration of the oenologist Paolo Vagaggini.

  • Capitoni


    The "Podere Sedime" is registered in the landed property of the Sienese territory since 1692 when it is the property of the Gherardi family (source: Siena State Archive). I could start from here and then tell the rich history of this land, of the men who owned and cultivated it, of the events that led it to be what it is today. However, I prefer to talk about the present: of my family, of our goals, of how our wine is born, because the results we obtain are the result of a passion for our work. At the end of the 1990s we increased the area planted with vines. A suitable, well-exposed plot was chosen, a beautiful mixed tuff soil speckled with many fossil shells dating back many millions of years ago when the sea was still there. We have restored the old farmhouse and, where once there was the stable of the imposing Chianina cows, they found a round house in barriques. Aware that professionalism and experience are necessary to obtain high quality wines, we have sought the advice of industry professionals who can help us lead the company towards the quality objectives we have set ourselves. Their contribution to producing the wine we have in mind was remarkable.

  • Carpineto


    It was 1967 when Giovanni Carlo Sacchet and Antonio Mario Zaccheo founded the Carpineto with the aim of producing an internationally renowned Chianti Classico. A revolution for those times. The two partners saw in Tuscany an enormous potential, where they could produce great wines by applying the most advanced techniques and increase the quality standards of the time. And they succeeded. Under their direction, Carpineto has grown to become a brand with international success that currently exports its products to 70 countries around the world. His wines of great intensity and extract, reliable and above all of constant quality over time, have had success with audiences and critics, as evidenced by numerous awards and recognitions: above all the reds, thanks to a long aging that often exceeds 6-12 months the limit required by the disciplinary rules. Innovators by tradition, Sacchet and Zaccheo, together with their families, continue to experiment, always respecting the great historic values ​​of Tuscany: the Carpineto product line includes wines from the most prestigious DOCG wines to varietal wines of great structure. Carpineto's work is constantly influenced by the deep roots of its own tradition and its historical name. The vineyards cultivated according to sustainability criteria and the cellars managed with the utmost respect for the natural phenomena of grape transformation, give life to wines that have a close link with the territory and that reflect the peculiarities of each vineyard and its name. Wines that express the aromas and characteristics of the territory in which they are born, and are kept alive and fragrant for many years. Carpineto products are the result of the use of advanced techniques, based on the science of viticulture and enology, and a consolidated "culture of the territory". About 95% of the entire production is made up of red wines, and most of this is made up of wines that have aged three years or more before their release. Today Carpineto sells about 3 million bottles.

  • Casale dello Sparviero

    Casale dello Sparviero

    Il Casale dello Sparviero is inserted in the panorama of the hills of Castellina in Chianti, in deep symbiosis with the territory, within the Sienese Chianti Classico in an ideal environment for the life cycle of the vineyard. An ancient monastery dating back to the 17th century, where the sparrow hawks used to make their nest. This is why the sparrow hawk is still our symbol today. The company is very large, extending over a total of 380 hectares. 90 hectares are planted with vines at an altitude of 250 meters (commonly considered optimal for the production of Chianti Classico). The landscape is enchanting: woods, medium-sized lakes, patches of natural vegetation represent the ideal environment for the life cycle of the vineyard. We love nature and we want to create the ideal environment for the vine, enhancing a perfect symbiosis between the natural world and animal. An element that distinguishes us, is the uniqueness of our "terroir", that is of that set of variety that helps to enrich the elements that make the difference in a wine.

  • Casanova di Neri

    Casanova di Neri

    An iconic winery capable of representing the most contemporary Brunello di Montalcino in the world, Casanova di Neri is a wine-producing reality that over the years has made space in the panorama of great Italian wines to the sound of awards. Founded in 1971 by Giovanni Neri, a man capable of sensing the great potential of the territory, the company passed into the hands of his son Giacomo in 1991. A path of great charm, the result of a continuous process of productive and philosophical evolution, and the result of a new vision of Brunello di Montalcino that starting from tradition gets to be reinterpreted with innovation. In the vineyard, with the 63 hectares of vineyards that represent the heart of the company in no uncertain terms, it is the sangiovese grosso that controls, flanked by small percentages of colorino and cabernet sauvignon, and then also vermentino and grechetto if we consider the grape varieties white. Divided into seven distinct plots, the vineyards, enhanced in their diversity of soil, exposures and microclimate, are conducted in an extremely prudent manner, and bred in full respect of nature, environment and ecosystem. Excellent grapes - as regards the Sangiovese, the children of a careful mass selection - arrive in the cellar to be valued in every smallest organoleptic nuance, and be exalted in what the terroir and the season have been able to create. Relying on an extremely functional structure, within spaces designed in a rational manner and fully inserted in the landscape context, each production phase is constantly monitored, and the final result is given by simply extraordinary labels. From Rosso di Montalcino to Brunello, interpreted both in the basic version and in the "selections", those of Casanova di Neri are unique and very recognizable wines, which respond to names such as "Tenuta Nuova" and "Cerretalto". Full reds, powerful and at the same time of great elegance. Wines from a winery that is today one of the absolute references of the denomination and not only. Magnificent wines.

  • Castel Firmian

    Castel Firmian

    Castel Firmian is a collection of wines with an enveloping character that, in the balance of its aromas and the intensity of its aromas, hands down a story of bond with the territory, love for tradition, experience of real people. Trentino is the distinctive aromatic note of Castel Firmian: fragrant and elegant wines with an ancient flavor. Unique and special reserves and selections, designed for the haute cuisine and for demanding, refined palates. Wines with exclusive profiles, uniquely from Trentino, in which Mezzacorona best reveals its art of making mountain wines. Produced exclusively in the best vintages, they are the result of skilful care in the cellar where the wait ensures balance.

  • CastelGiocondo


    The village of Castelgiocondo dominates from above the historic Frescobaldi estate in Montalcino, an ancient stronghold built in 1100 to defend the road that led from the sea to Siena. The property is one of the first four from which the production of Brunello di Montalcino began in 1800 and the historical importance is evidenced by the figure of the knight reported on the labels of the wines of Castelgiocondo, taken from a famous fresco by the Sienese painter Simone Martini. The artist painted Guidoriccio da Fogliano, commander of the Siena troops, who led the attack on the castle of Montemassi. A historical coincidence that saw, at the same time as the knight's deeds, the Frescobaldis begin their centuries-old adventure in the world of wine.

  • Castello della Sala

    Castello della Sala

    The splendid Castello della Sala, the prestigious Umbrian estate belonging to the Antinori Family, stands on a promontory of the Umbrian Apennines, just 18 kilometers from the historic city of Orvieto. A place of incredible beauty and charm, which for decades has represented the heart of the production of the best Antinori white wines. It is in fact the spring of 1979 when Renzo Cotarella arrives at the Castle, a young agronomist who in less than ten years will produce the wines symbolizing the estate. In those years, an ambitious varietal redevelopment project began immediately, aimed at obtaining white wines with greater personality than those produced in the area of ​​Orvieto Classico. Work on the chardonnay and learn more about grechetto. The search for a great wine that is affirmed by character and personality almost becomes an obsession. Thus, after a series of disappointing years, the "Cervaro della Sala" was born with the 1985 season, currently one of the most well-known and appreciated Italian wines in the world. The estate covers a total area that covers five hundred hectares, of which 140 are currently planted with vineyards. Between 200 and 450 meters above sea level, on clayey soils rich in fossils and minerals, in addition to the chardonnay and grechetto varieties are also cultivated plants of prokan, sauvignon blanc, pinot noir, semillon and traminer. Grapes that are processed in the modern and avant-garde wine cellar, built in 2005. From winemaking, during which particular attention is paid to temperature control, we arrive at aging, usually done in the historic medieval cellars located thirty meters below the castle. From all this come wines like the "Cervaro della Sala" and the "Muffato della Sala", the "Conte della Vipera" and the "Bramìto", the Pinot Nero and the "San Giovanni della Sala". Labels, those that bear the name of the "Castello della Sala" superimposed, which do not need large presentations by now, and which fall by right among those that are the best Italian wines.

  • Castello di Ama

    Castello di Ama

    Ama takes its name from a small village perched on the Tuscan hills which, since the 14th century, saw the flourishing of agricultural activity, with the wine production that was at the time cared for by a group of families. We are in Gaiole in Chianti where, in the 70s of the last century, some partners created the Castello di Ama company, taking on the challenge of bringing Ama back to the splendours of the past, producing a Chianti worthy of international competition with great wines . Lorenza Sebasti and Marco Pallanti today manage a company that has about eighty hectares of vineyard and produces a range of labels with excellent quality, recognized all over the world.

  • Castello di Fonterutoli

    Castello di Fonterutoli

    The village of Fonterutoli, an ancient Florentine bulwark, a few kilometers from Castellina in Chianti, enjoys an extraordinary view of Siena, so close as to be able to distinguish the Torre del Mangia and the silhouette of the Duomo. The centuries-old belonging to the Marquises Mazzei has preserved the few houses, the church of San Miniato and the villa, which was built at the end of the 1500s in place of the fortified castle, almost unchanged. Here time has stopped, retaining the charm of the Middle Ages. A unique land, to which the decay of Alberese and sandstone rocks has given a stony, complex soul. The secular knowledge, by the Mazzei family, of the terroir of Castello di Fonterutoli has allowed us to make the most of this poor and rocky terrain. The result are wines that make diversity and complexity their stylistic feature. The company covers a total area of ​​650 hectares, of which "only" 117 of specialized vineyards divided into five areas located between 220 and 550 meters above sea level, in turn divided into 120 individual parcels. All in perfect harmony with other more marginal crops and with the woods, an ideal environment for different types of game that populate it in its natural state. The grapes from the 120 parcels are harvested by hand, vinified and aged in wood separately, translating the value of diversity into an extraordinary breadth of aromas and complexity.

  • Castello di Modanella

    Castello di Modanella

    South east of Siena, in a strategic position, there is Modanella with its ancient castle, vineyards and olive grove. The products deriving from the autochthonous and allochthonous vineyards have always been the pride of the company and, the peculiarity is the pure vinification of the five most prestigious wines: Canaiolo, Sangiovese, Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon and Viognier. The Chianti DOCG and a Rosato complete the range of wines. From the pomace of the four single varietal red wines, a prestigious distillery makes grappas. The oil reflects the local tradition: organic fertilization, hand picking and quick sending of the harvest to the mill: quality is thus assured.

  • Castello di Monsanto

    Castello di Monsanto

    After leaving San Gimignano, before the Second World War, Aldo Bianchi, returning to Tuscany for a wedding, fell in love with the Castello di Monsanto in 1960, to the point of buying it within a few months. If we add to this the passion for wine of Aldo's son, Fabrizio Bianchi, the picture is complete. It was the latter, in fact, driven by his entrepreneurial spirit, to plant new vineyards and to implement, together with his wife Giuliana, the wine business around the Castle of Monsanto. From 1962, the year of the first harvest, to today, there have been numerous experiments in the vineyard and in the cellar, all aimed at maximum qualitative research and the achievement of perfection in every single detail. This is the DNA of a company whose wines regularly obtain important awards, thanks, first of all, to the passion and emotions that the people involved in the production are able to put into circulation. We are in the province of Florence, near Barberino d'Elsa: this is where the 72 hectares of vineyards owned by the winery meet, in which the Sangiovese variety dominates, the vine in which the company has deeply believed since 'Start. In a small percentage there are also the two historical vines of the Chianti Classico blend: canaiolo and colorino, as well as two other non-native vines: in the Valdigallo vineyard there is the chardonnay with which today "Fabrizio Bianchi" is produced, and in the vineyard Il Mulino we meet the cabernet sauvignon. In the seventies the company began renovating the cellar, creating a temperature control system and changing the barrels with Slavonian wood. In the eighties the cellar was ready and work began to build by hand three hundred meters of underground tunnel for the storage of wooden barrels, using only marl stones with the medieval technique of wooden cellars to shape a very long and suggestive arch Etruscan. Today the Cantina Castello Monsanto is synonymous with quality and success, innovation and respect for tradition.

  • Castello di Neive

    Castello di Neive

    The Langhe of Piedmont continues, year after year, their path of affirmation in the elite of the most renowned wine producing areas of the world. Among the various historical realities of these areas stands the Castello di Neive farm, located in the homonymous village not far from the municipality of Barbaresco. The origin of this winery is due to Giacomo Stupino, a surveyor who, thanks to the great and deep knowledge of these areas, began to purchase the lands and vineyards located in the best locations. Thus step by step Giacomo began the first production of Piedmontese wines, both for his own consumption and for loose sales; after a while the demand increased more and more, allowing Giacomo to buy the famous Castle of Neive with its large cellars. After Giacomo's death in 1970, his four sons, Anna, Italo, Giulio and Piera, continued the process of development and modernization of the company. In particular, Giulio and Italo started the first bottling of the Castello di Neive branded wines, and also moved from the research point of view, collaborating with the University of Agriculture of Turin for the rediscovery of a grape then almost disappeared and unknown, arneis. In the last few years Italo has dedicated himself body and soul to the development of the brand with an important focus on foreign markets. Today the estate covers an area of ​​about 60 hectares, of which 26 are vineyards, cultivated with nebbiolo, barbera, arneis, dolcetto, pinot nero, albarossa, riesling, grignolino and moscato. Each grape variety is followed with passion and dedication to ensure that it can find the ideal habitat to express itself. Every year about 170,000 bottles are produced, divided into 17 labels, suitable to cover every consumer need: from the most everyday wines such as Barbera d’Alba and Langhe Arneis, to the great and renowned Barbaresco, the pride of all company production.

  • Castello di Volpaia

    Castello di Volpaia

    Founded even in the 11th century, the Fattoria di Volpaia came to life as a fortified village, built on a ridge that, in practice, acts as the watershed of two small valleys, one belonging to the province of Florence while the other falling under the territory of Siena. The village was built by the Florentine family called "della Volpaia" - hence the name of the company of the same name - which during the Renaissance was active in the sector of clocks, armillary spheres, compasses and nocturnes, and was composed of scholars and artists, including Benvenuto and Lorenzo, with the latter who was even a friend of Leonardo da Vinci, and known for having built, on the orders of Lorenzo de 'Medici, a planetary clock for Palazzo Vecchio in Florence, a copy of which is found today at the Museum of the History of Science. Currently, Castello di Volpaia is an important wine producing reality of Tuscany, belonging to what is the noble Chianti Classico territory. Under the guidance of Carlo and Giovannella, the village of Volpaia, as for any other historical tradition, still represents a center of intense rural production of wine, oil and vinegar. The cellars, the machinery, the working and refining places run through underground networks that involve the whole village. The company, much appreciated also abroad, produces organic, elegant and complex wines, rooted in the territory, which express a great love and a rigorous attention to nature. The work in the vineyard, in fact, is carried out exclusively with biological methods and respectful of the raw material. Among the rows are the maximum care and attention, so those that come to harvest are blunt, rich and concentrated grapes in every smallest organoleptic nuance. In the cellar, winemaking is traditional but carried out with the help of modern technologies, and the main aim is always to enhance and enhance all that the season and the territory have been able to enhance in the bunches.

  • Castello Monterinaldi

    Castello Monterinaldi

    The Monte Rinaldi Castle settlement, located in the municipality of Radda in Chianti, in the center of the oldest historical area of ​​the Chianti Classico, is located near an ancient Etruscan road layout. The origins of this ancient place would be a "Count Gottifredo, of Lombard lineage and lord of Monte Rinaldi" since a document written in December 1010 refers to it. Monterinaldi has always been a company particularly attentive to environmental issues, trying over the years to always maintain very low - and almost zero in many seasons - the use of pesticides and herbicides. Thus, after an initial 4-year experimentation carried out only for some parts of the vineyard which gave excellent results, the conversion to organic management was extended to the entire property. Monterinaldi is now a company in conversion that will become certified organic starting from the 2017 harvest. The primary goal remains to offer Chianti Classico in its most traditional form. This, of course, does not contrast with the use of new technologies and equipment, aimed at improving quality without affecting the typicality of the product. The refinement of Chianti Classico takes place first in barrels (in French oak tonneaux and barriques) and then in the bottle, for a period ranging from 6 months to 2 years.

  • Ceschia


    It all started in 1886 in Nimis, in the province of Udine, Giacomo Ceschia went from town to town with his cart to collect the pomace and fruit from farmers and distilled it in the still he built, one of the first itinerant stills. Innovation for that era. The passion and patience of now are the same as they were then and the Ceschia Grappas continue to be distilled with the original recipe of 1886 always with the highest quality raw materials in the historic distillery, recently renovated. Perfect fusion between territory, history and innovation, respecting the great Ceschia distillation tradition.

  • Chanson Pere & Fils

    Chanson Pere & Fils

    During the reign of Louis XV, around 1750, it was Simon Verry who founded the winery now known as Domaine Chanson Père et Fils, one of the first winegrowing realities in Burgundy to give life to the wine trade, born in Beaune during the 18th century century. After more than two centuries, the Maison currently has a wine estate of about seventy hectares, scattered in the best areas classified as "premier cru", both in Beaune and in Savigny and Pernand Vergelesses. Since 1999, the Chanson company has belonged to the Bollinger Champagne group which, pursuing a policy aimed firstly at obtaining the highest quality in each wine, makes use of a large team of experts, truly able to make the most of the best terroirs of Burgundy and from the grapes from here. Among the rows, respect for what is the balance of environment, nature and the ecosystem is always constant and maximum, and the agronomic standards followed devote careful and manic care to each plant, so that the grapes that are harvested are prized , frank and concentrated in their smallest nuances. In the cellar, scrupulously checking every production step, the main objective is never lost sight of, aimed at enhancing all that the season and the territory have been able to express in the fruit. In this way a range of labels is born, capable of responding to all tastes and needs. From the Chablis to the Puligny Montrachet, from the Pommard to the Burgundy (Chardonnay and Pinot Noir above all), the bottles that refer to the Domaine Chanson are synonymous with the highest winemaking excellence of Burgundy and beyond. Wines, those that come from the winery founded by Simon Verry, able to conquer from the first sip, and able to give emotions that few other wines are able to offer.

  • Chateau de Malle

    Chateau de Malle

    Located in the beautiful Bordeaux region, home of the best French wines, the Château de Malle is considered a true historical monument of 17th century architecture. It was built in 1600 by an ancient family of Pregnac, who still owns the entire property today. After a period of neglect, it was the grandson of the owner count who passionately restored the original vineyards, creating a marvel of about 50 hectares entirely planted with classic white vines: Semillion, Sauvignon and Muscadelle, for the production of Sauternes. Since 1985, the year of Pierre de Bournazel's death, the property has been managed with wisdom by his wife, Countess of Bournazel, with the collaboration of her three children and a team of experts, we must say, with splendid results.

  • Chateau de Pez

    Chateau de Pez

    Château de Pez is located in the Bordeaux region, west of Saint-Estèphe, a French municipality in the Medoc. With about thirty hectares in total, of which 26 are currently planted with vineyards, along with Château Calon Ségur, Château de Pez is one of the oldest estates in the entire AOC of Saint-Estèphe, having been founded in the first half of the XV century, in 1452 to be exact. Born at the hands of Jean de Briscos, the estate later passed into the ownership of the Pontac family, before returning to state property during the French Revolution. Being able to enjoy excellent exposures, a fabulous microclimate and unique terroirs, the vineyards of the property, mainly planted with merlot and cabernet sauvignon, to which is added a small percentage of petit verdot and cabernet franc, offer pure and qualitatively exceptional grapes, from which we obtain harmonious wines, rich and prepared for a long aging. Among the rows, on soils characterized by gravel, limestone and clay, the vines, which reach a density of over 6 thousand plants per hectare and have an average age of about 25 years, are bred with the utmost respect for what is the balance of environment, nature and ecosystem. In the cellar, all the production phases are carried out respecting the main objective, aimed at enhancing what the season and the territory have come to express in the fruit. Vinification takes place in large traditional tanks, while aging is carried out in French oak barrels, 40% new and the remaining 60% second or third passage. Belonging since 1995 to the same family that owns the Maison of Champagne Louis Roederer, today Château de Pez probably expresses its maximum splendor, and above all it offers labels that, in addition to enjoying for years a reputation among the most prestigious of the Medoc, reach quality levels at unattainable traits.

  • Chateau Le Puy

    Chateau Le Puy

    Château Le Puy lies on the same rocky plateau as Saint-Émilion and Pomerol and is part of the Côtes Francs de Bordeaux appellation. The Amoreau family has lived and produced wine since 1610 in the Château le Puy, which is located on the second highest point of the Gironde department, about 110 meters above sea level, known since ancient times as "the plateau of wonders" . The harvest takes place manually in the 54 hectares of vineyards of about 50 years. In 1996 the family bought the Château Pimpine, located on the same rocky plateau. The principles of biodynamic agriculture are followed nowadays as in the past: the cultivation of vines is done in a completely natural way according to ancestral methods, without adding chemical fertilizers, herbicides, insecticides or pesticides. The soils composed of clay, silica and limestone are perfect soils for the growth of the main vines such as: Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, Malbec, Carménère, Sémillon. No selected yeast is added. The wines "Barthélemy" and "Marie-Elisa" are produced without the slightest addition of sulphites. The wine is aged in large oak barrels and finally bottling is done without filtration, following the phases of the waning moon. This process makes it possible to obtain eight unique labels, capable of surprising those who drink them for their uniqueness.

  • Chateau Roumieu

    Chateau Roumieu

    Since 1840, we have developed over the years a distinctive culture that can be defined by a special bond with the soil, team spirit, a love for the finer things and a quest for perfection. This culture forms the foundation of the Dourthe signature style, which has today become a benchmark in quality in Bordeaux. Dourthe manages more than 500 hectares of vines in Bordeaux. Every measure possible is put in place to obtain the finest grapes, including adapting the vines and planting density to the profile of the soil and desired yields, based on extensive research, and tending the vines with meticulous care and attention using sustainable protection throughout the growing. The Sauternes appellation is located to the South-East of Bordeaux, between two rivers (the Garonne to the North and the Ciron valley to the West) which influence the climate : the combination of damp mornings and hot, sunny afternoons favours the development of noble rot. The Sauternes Grands Terroirs are the result of a particularly strict selection procedure carried out by the Dourthe oenologists. The blend then creates a wine of character with its complex fruity notes. This Sauternes is remarkable for its very fine, complex bouquet with aromas of candied fruit, honey and acacia. On the palate, the wine reveals good structure and is wonderfully supple and fleshy.

  • Chateau Sainte Marguerite

    Chateau Sainte Marguerite

    Provence, with its enchanting landscapes and its relaxed rhythms, marked by a typically Mediterranean atmosphere, is one of those places that, as summer approaches, everyone begins to dream. Always the arrival or departure point of artists and painters, it is a region where sea, olive trees and woods follow one another, giving life to dreamy panoramas. In addition to all this, as if this were not enough, we must not forget that Provence is extremely well-known also for the production of excellent wines, especially for rosés, which here are able to express themselves on very high quality levels. Among the various productive realities that can be found in the area, a prominent place belongs to the Château Sainte Marguerite. Owned by Brigitte and Jean-Pierre Fayard, it is located in La Londe Les Maures, a small town near the Mediterranean that is positively affected by the climatic influences of the sea and enjoys perfect exposure to the sun's rays. When Brigitte and Jean-Pierre first saw the estate, in 1977, it was love at first sight: the couple immediately decided to try their hand at the wine-growing adventure that, over the decades, has been carried out by the new generations of the family with enthusiasm, pursuing the harmony between tradition and innovation, to be sought with rigor and perseverance, to create noteworthy bottles. The company covers about 100 hectares, where in the vineyards, all included within the Cru Classé Cotes de Provence, grenache, cinsault, vermentino, syrah, cabernet sauvignon, carignan and semillon are grown. Each year 8 labels are produced, distributed in 29 countries around the world, which are often found in the wine lists of the most popular restaurants or in plain sight in the windows of the most prestigious wine bars.

  • Ciacci Piccolomini d'Aragona

    Ciacci Piccolomini d'Aragona

    The "Ciacci Piccolomini d'Aragona" estate in Montalcino boasts a long history that dates back to the 17th century. The company, now owned by Paolo and Lucia Bianchini, contains over fifty hectares of vineyards, located near the Orcia river, well exposed to the south-west, an approximation that varies between 240 and 360 meters above sea level . The great attention paid to the production of grapes is the result of an ancient rural tradition, which is combined with increasingly specific agronomic methods and techniques. Among the rows of vines, sangiovese grosso is obviously dominant, a specific biotype of exclusive Sangiovese from Montalcino, which in the case of the vineyards of the Ciacci Piccolomini estate of Aragona grows on soils highly suited to viticulture, and is bred in full respect of the environment and ecosystem, arriving to give simply exceptional grapes. Bunches that in the cellar turn into equally excellent labels. To adapt to the continuous evolution of the wine sector, the Ciacci Piccolomini Estate of Aragon has three distinct cellars: one used for the aging of the finest wines, then a second one that represents the official seat of the company - where the wine is made and where the administrative premises and the shop for the sale and tasting of wines are hosted - and finally a last recently acquired, where the new denomination of origin "Montecucco Sangiovese" is produced. The result is everything from very recognizable wines among a thousand, characterized by an elegant and refined style. From the Rosso di Montalcino to the Brunello, passing through the "Fabiano" and the "Ateo" up to the distillates, they are labels, the ones that come from the Ciacci Piccolomini Estate of Aragon, modern and current but, at the same time, capable of intact state what is the deepest fascination of the authenticity of an area that, for decades now, has held up the prestige of all oenology and all Italian viticulture.

  • Clos du Mont-Olivet

    Clos du Mont-Olivet

    A notarial deed dated 1547 refers to the sale of a parcel of vineyard called "ad montem oliveti". It is therefore likely that the history of the Clos du Mont-Olivet winery is more than five hundred years old, even if it is only at the beginning of the 1900s that the Sabon family establishes the link with the vineyards of this area. Séraphin Sabon, a citizen of the village of Serignan du Comtat, married Marie Jausset, daughter of a landowner in Châteauneuf-du-Pape; in 1932 Séraphin and Marie founded the winery, and since then the property has passed from hand to hand, from generation to generation. Today at the head of Clos du Mont-Olivet we find Celine, David and Thierry, who take care of the operations in the cellar on a daily basis. The vineyards extend for 21 hectares in the Châteauneuf-du-Pape AOC, for 14 hectares in the Lirac AOC, for 10 hectares in the Cotes du Rhone AOC for another 3 hectares in the Vin de Pays du Gard AOC. The various plots are very fragmented, and the exposure, microclimates and terroirs are extremely different from each other, allowing each variety to adapt to the soil that best suits it. In the vineyard, plants and time are observed, with the aim of creating wines that have a classic Mediterranean character, without ever sacrificing elegance.

  • Clynelish Distillery

    Clynelish Distillery

    "The Clynelish distillery was born in 1819 in the northern Highlands, in an area formerly destined to pastoralism; when, in fact, the landowners no longer saw a long-term source of income on the farms, they decided to use their possessions for other activities more profitable, such as Whiskey production. The present Clynelish structure is due to a restructuring in 1968, followed by the closure of the old distillery; renamed Brora and reopened a few years later, the old distillery remained in operation until 1983, when the great Whiskey crisis brought it to a close: today Brora is considered by enthusiasts a Single Malt of true worship. The current distillery, which boasts stills constructed with the exact same shape as those of the old Clynelish, is focused on blended and is among the most important contributors of one of the most famous Whiskeys in the world: the Johnnie Walker owned by Diageo. Often, when one thinks of Whiskey of excellence, one goes immediately to the thought of that of Spyside and of the island of Islay, but that of Clynelish shows us that products of great value can also be found in other parts of Scotland; when the original Clynelish distillery was built in the early 1800s by the future Duke of Sutherland, the Whiskey that was produced there was so precious that it could only be used by some illustrious private individuals and even today, after many years, the production of Clynelish is considered by experts and enthusiasts of great and undisputed value. In the Clynelish Whiskey, always fresh and medium-bodied, one can almost feel the salty sea air and although there is not the pungent smoky note typical of Islay distillates, it is surprisingly intense, with a solid and harmonic structure as well as marked by a penetrating sweetness and a never banal salty imprint.

  • Col d'Orcia

    Col d'Orcia

    An important company from Montalcino, that of Col d’Orcia is a story that has its roots in the nineteenth century. It is in fact dated 1890 the purchase of the property by the Franceschi family, originally from Florence, the one that gave the first and fundamental impulse to the already started production of Brunello. The next turning point took place in 1973, when the Piedmontese Cinzano took over the entire property and used their already extensive liquor sales network to increase sales of Tuscan estate wines. Today, over a century later, Col d’Orcia is the third largest volume producer in the whole denomination, the first in Tuscany for the extension of vineyards cultivated according to the dictates of organic farming. Despite these very important numbers, Col d’Orcia is able to express an always excellent production, of great quality not only in his “Poggio al Vento”, one of the best Brunellos in all of Montalcino, but also and above all in the rest of the line. The scenario is that of the southern area of ​​the territory of Montalcino: it is here that the 540 hectares of company property meet, of which at the moment just under 150 are planted with vines. In a microclimate protected by Monte Amiata and mitigated by sea breezes from the Tyrrhenian Sea, among the rows are hosted many autochthonous varieties, such as sangiovese, ciliegiolo and moscadello di Montalcino, as well as international grapes, such as cabernet, merlot, pinot grigio, chardonnay , petit verdot and syrah. Bunches that in the cellar are transformed with rigor and method: after a careful selection, follows the fermentation with maceration on the skins, in steel tanks at a controlled temperature. Subsequently, aging is carried out in Slavonian oak barrels and in French oak barrels, where the wine can mature for up to four years. That's all: no secrets and no shortcuts, for those that are extremely elegant wines, of intrinsic nobility, among other things always characterized by an unbeatable quality / price ratio.

  • Collemassari


    A unique group that embodies the best of Tuscan production. An adventure that the brothers Maria Iris and Claudio Tipa have achieved over time, creating a real "domaine" that includes within it three different estates, for a vineyard surface that currently reaches over a total of over 150 hectares. And then we begin to visit the first production reality, that of the Colle Massari Castle born in 1998, and located in the heart of the Montecucco production area, in Maremma. A place of great charm, on the slopes of Monte Amiata, where in over one hundred hectares of vineyards planted according to organic standards, Sangiovese manages to express an extraordinary Mediterranean character, which materializes in particular in the Montecucco Rosso Riserva, a great champion for years now of qualitative constancy. Then we move on to the Grattamacco estate, the historic name of the area of ​​Bolgheri, a wine producing company founded in the late 1970s and joined the group in 2002, but above all a company capable of immediately distinguishing itself for the elegance of its products. It is here in fact, in 25 hectares of vineyards located in the northernmost Tuscan coast, that cabernet sauvignon and merlot give wines of unforgettable depth, elegant and enveloping at the same time. Finally the last winery, that of Poggio di Sotto, became part of Colle Massari in 2011 and was born in the late 1980s, not far from Montalcino. A unique winery, which currently has a vineyard area of ​​sixteen hectares, and which is capable of giving fans from all over the world some of the most extraordinary Brunellos ever produced. An exceptional group, therefore, the one that responds to the name of Colle Massari, able to bring together and enclose in itself souls that are very distant and very different from each other, united however by a continuous race towards the highest excellence, in a harmonious balance between tradition and modernity.

  • Collet


    Collet is the oldest company of Champagne producers. Founded in 1921 with headquarters in Aÿ, in the heart of Champagne on a territory classified as Grand Cru. Pinot noir, chardonnay and pinot meunier are the main grape varieties in the vineyards, from which the precious cuvées are born, capable over a century of history to win the hearts of enthusiasts from all over the world. Collet's unique style originates in the vineyard: most Champagnes come to life from villages classified as premier cru and grand cru. The long stops on the lees in the beautiful cellars dug into the plaster complete the work.

  • Concilio


    The Concilio wines are Trentino wines that are the expression of a territory that has always been suited to the cultivation of grapes and to an excellent wine production. The great variety of microclimates, peculiar to each valley, allows to obtain different types of wines, real typical wines of Trentino. The Concilio wines, produced by Cantina Sociale di Trento, derive from the ancient winemaking tradition that combines archaic knowledge and cutting-edge technologies. Thanks to the dedicated vineyards of the cultivation partners and to the experience and professionalism of its winemakers and analysts, Cantina Sociale di Trento boasts a production chain that is able to fully exploit the great potential of the Province of Trento and to obtain wines of excellent quality.

  • Cottanera


    We live and cultivate with passion and respect the volcanic land, difficult and at the same time generous. For us managed whole families, in particular the women who, according to the Etna tradition, possess the right delicacy in the care of the vineyards and in the choice of the bunches. Knowledge is handed down from generation to generation. In the vineyards almost all the interventions, including the harvest, are done by hand. For us, making wine means respect for the land, trying to make the most of its potential without ever changing it. We grow both traditional Etna vines, such as Nerello Mascalese and Nerello Cappuccio, and international vines such as Merlot, Syrah, Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc and Mondeuse.

  • Cupano


    Ornella Tondini and Lionel Cousin moved to Montalcino from Paris with their daughter Orsa in the 90s. Ornella was a journalist at L'Autre Journal, while Lionel worked as a director and cinematographer. Lionel and Ornella bought Centine in 1994. The estate is 30 km from the Mediterranean Sea, taking advantage of the temperate climate and sea breezes, it dominates the valley and the Ombrone that flows under the hill. The terroir, composed of sandy clay with a large substructure of pebbles, is quite unique in Montalcino. The Ombrone bed, in fact, passed over that land, but then the tectonic shift activated by Monte Amiata, an ancient volcano, made the hill go up, so the river went down the valley leaving all the sediments behind. That land, located southwest of Montalcino, near the medieval village of Camigliano, had remained uncultivated for more than 40 years. An extremely pure soil, never touched by chemicals, fertilizers, pesticides or any other form of industrial agriculture. Thus, in 1997, Ornella and Lionel chose to plant 3.4 hectares of vineyards around the hill, facing south, certified organic from the beginning: 2.4 hectares of Sangiovese for Brunello and Rosso di Montalcino, 0.6 Cabernet Sauvignon and 0.4 Merlot. Carlo Ferrini helped to select the land for the vines and the stumps, the training system and the height of the plants. François Bouchet started biodynamics, the simple and effective biodynamics of the old gentleman farmer that he was. In 2013, another three hectares of vineyards were planted: Sangiovese (2ha), Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot. The first vintage of Cupano was 2000. From the beginning, the idea was to produce wines for aging, in a true French style, in search of evolution, elegance and complexity. Lionel was born in Cognac but educated in wine in Burgundy, where he was introduced by Jacky Rigaux among the acolytes of Henri Jayer, whose winemaking philosophy was taken as a reference: limited hectares, meticulous care of the vines, indigenous yeasts, aging on the fine lees in bourguignonnes barriques, no filtration, no clarification.

  • Dario Princic

    Dario Princic

    Dario Princic is one of the leading winemakers within the Collio wine scene, in particular as regards the production of macerated wines. Starting in 1988, Dario gained the reputation as a "artisan of wine" from his small cellar in Oslavia, on the border with Slovenia, a place that has always been home to the most imaginative producers and a place of oenological experimentation that over the years has made get to know Collio beyond national borders. There are 7 hectares of vines grown in compliance with the biological regime with copper and sulfur, without the use of synthetic chemicals and with a low yield per hectare. In the vineyards the pinot grigio, the ribolla gialla, the sauvignon and the chardonnay are enhanced, the varieties that have given prestige and notoriety to this area of ​​Friuli Venezia Giulia. In the cellar fermentations are started spontaneously in open oak vats, with maceration on the skins lasting between 10 and 30 days, followed by ripening between large barrels and steel. The result of such passionate work translates into a range of wines that can be classified as "orange wines", or those whites that take on fascinating amber tones due to the effect of maceration. Dario Princic's wines come to life respecting the ancient local traditions, possess a moving territorial expression and are able to evolve for a long time in the bottle, and once in the glass they manage to evoke unique sensations.

  • Dei


    For Cantine Dei, wine is a heritage that, like the territory, must be protected. Understanding the history and culture that it takes to produce a bottle of wine with the unique characteristics of Vino Nobile is a way to appreciate the Montepulciano region. The company's mission is to protect and promote the territory in total respect for the environment. The method of managing the vineyard is that of zoning: going to work on each individual vineyard so that each individual wine is identified with its own vineyard of origin. Cantine Dei takes care of every vineyard with wise passion, accompanying the grapes in their natural ripening cycle. After selecting the bunches, remaining below the per hectare values ​​specified in the specification, different and specific vinifications take place to enhance the Sangiovese and to produce a balanced wine that expresses the characteristics of the terroir. The secret of Cantine Dei's success is based on respect for the land and a passion for wine, combined with an entrepreneurial spirit rooted in the processing of travertine from the lands of Siena. A company that keeps the tradition intact while projecting itself into the future, capable of innovating and reinterpreting a long Tuscan wine history. The Etruscans first saw the great vocation of these lands for the production of an important red wine. In the Renaissance, they called it the "noble wine for the nobles". In 1980, the Vino Nobile di Montepulciano became the first Italian wine D.O.C.G. The Dei Family in this happy corner of Tuscany cultivates the precious grapes in its land according to tradition, using advanced production techniques in a precise sustainability project.

  • Dhondt-Grellet


    Proprietaire-recoltant and winemakers who have always been independent, the managers of domaine Dhondt-Grellet lead their wine-making business as best they could, driven by an unconditional love for their land and an unquestionable passion for their work. We are located exactly south of Reims, in Flavigny near Avize, in the heart of the prestigious Côte des Blancs. From the seven hectares of vineyards owned, Champagne is produced with the conviction that the important task of having to guarantee, even to future generations, the wealth of what is the most prestigious AOC in the world is essential. With vineyards classified mainly between the Grand Cru and the Premier Cru, and vines that have an average age of around forty, among the rows the work is meticulous and careful, aimed at respecting to the maximum what is the balance of the environment, nature, ecosystem and biodiversity. On soils of calcareous matrix and taking advantage of particularly favorable exposures, the grapes, picked by hand, are revealed punctually, harvest after harvest, healthy and blunt, rich and concentrated in every smallest organoleptic nuance. In the cellar, respecting to the maximum those that are the peculiarities of the raw material, each production step is carried out in the sign of the highest quality standards. The end result is sublime and each cuvée from the Dhondt-Grellet domaine represents the terroir from which it comes.

  • Dievole


    Dievole covers an area of ​​400 hectares, in the Chianti Classico area, 12 km north of Siena. A long avenue of cypress trees leads to the heart of the estate and from there a typically Tuscan panorama opens up: olive groves, vineyards and farmhouses alternate along a dense network of white roads and large woods. Here the dialogue between nature and man has never been interrupted and the reason explains the name itself: the root of the name Dievole, in fact, can be traced back to the meaning of "God wants". The name Dievole appears for the first time, officially, in the XI century and precisely on 10 May 1090, the day in which we read, in the contract of the notary Bellundo, "" two capons, three loaves and six denarius of Lucca were paid for good silver for the annual rent of a vineyard in the divine valley, to Dievole "". Eight centuries and countless generations later, another contract tells of Dievole and this time it is a wedding gift: Count Giulio Terrosi-Vagnoli gives the estate to his future wife, Ildegonda Camaiori, who will then be Dievole's last noblewoman . Currently Dievole has 80 hectares of vineyards, of which 55 are in production, located at an average altitude of about 350 meters above sea level and divided into 16 plots, each with a precise profile that reflects the soils, the exposures and the microclimate; another 25 hectares will go into production in the next few years, thus reaching a total of 80 hectares. The clear prevalence of the vineyard surface is assigned to Sangiovese but there are also other traditional varieties of Tuscany and of the Chianti Classico area such as Canaiolo, ciliegiolo, colorino, trebbiano and malvasia bianca. Dievole's goal, starting from its own vineyards, is to recover the character of the historic autochthonous Tuscan vines and transfer it to the glass with the utmost respect for the authenticity of the terroir and the identity of the variety.

  • Distilleria Tenjaku

    Distilleria Tenjaku

    Japanese distillery located in Feufuki, produces blended whiskeys aged in ex-bourbon barrels, a union of selected whiskeys and the purest spring water.

  • Domaine Allimant-Laugner

    Domaine Allimant-Laugner

    Producers of Alsatian wines for eleven generations, the family estate is located in Orschwiller, near the Haut-Koenigsbourg castle. The origins of the domaine begin with 2 families that have been cultivating vines since the 17th century, the Laugners in the village of Dieffenthal and the Allimants in Saint-Hippolyte. Like most families, the Allimants still lived on polyculture and chose to focus more on wine with Charles Allimant who began bottling his wine in 1949 and developed their distribution with his daughter Mariette and her husband René Laugner. Their eldest son Hubert took over in 1984, gave the domaine its current name and brought a lot of dynamism with his wife Françoise and since 2013 with their son Nicolas. The family is happy to share this beautiful heritage of over 10 generations. The domaine extends for 12 hectares on over 40 different plots, including some Grand Cru.

  • Domaine d'Elise

    Domaine d'Elise

    We find ourselves around the town of Chablis, halfway (about 160 km from both) between Beaune and Paris, the capital of the wine-growing region made up of about 20 villages, among hills, small valleys and vineyards that run along the Serein river. It is the northernmost area of ​​Burgundy, with vineyards almost exclusively cultivated with Chardonnay that generate dry white wines renowned for purity and minerality. The colder climate compared to classic Burgundy produces wines with more acidity and less fruity flavors than the Chardonnay of the Côte d’Or, with those notes of "pierre à fusil", and barely metallic, which make them both recognizable and pleasant. Compared to white wines from the heart of Burgundy, Chablis is almost never vinified and aged in wood. Steel is preferred in winemaking and the choice of refining partially or completely in wood is granted to the individual producer. The AOC Chablis from 1938 did not include the petit Chablis, which then entered in January 1944. All the Chablis vineyards fall into four denominations with different levels of classification: there are only 7 Grand Cru and all located on a single hill near the town of Chablis . Fréderic Prain has created a worldwide successful company: today, especially abroad, everyone knows Domaine d’Elise. And he, the eclectic Parisian engineer, in love with his mansion in the woods overlooking the valley, made a fortune in Chablis. No Grands Crus, but despite this, has tried, over time, to optimize its selections.

  • Domaine Drouhin-Vaudon

    Domaine Drouhin-Vaudon

    Joseph Drouhin, born in the Chablis region, was a daring and enterprising man, characterized by a very strong personality: in 1880, only 22 years old, he settled in the small town of Beaune, where he founded the Joseph Drouhin winery. Since then, through three generations, the property has grown to establish itself as one of the largest in all of Burgundy, possessing vines in every area of ​​the region. Spread over an area of ​​approximately 73 hectares, it contains within its own grounds different Premier and Grand Crus, producing some of the most famous wines of all of Burgundy, such as Clos des Mouches, Montrachet Marquis de Laguiche, Musigny, Clos de Vougeot and Corton -Charlemagne. The idea behind the production consists in searching for the best and most authentic characteristics in each individual terroir: this is precisely why the property operates with organic and biodynamic practices, firmly respecting the belief that “we need to have natural answers to the problems posed by nature ". The company seeks an ideal of elegance and perfection played on the harmonious coexistence of balance, harmony, finesse and personality: the combination of these four elements gives life to immediately recognizable wines that impress with the purity of the sensations they give to the palate, be they they tasted at a young age or left to mature for decades.

  • Domaine du Vieux Loup

    Domaine du Vieux Loup

    Aurélie Longhi, together with her sister Magalie, represents the fifth generation of the family estate since the creation of the company at the end of the First World War. It was in the 1990s, with the entry into the company of Jean-Marie Longhi and his father-in-law Serge Goublot, that the estate began its expansion. Today the Domaine extends over 15 hectares of vineyards, planted on clayey-limestone soil, cultivated in a traditional way and according to the principles of integrated agriculture. The Chardonnay here expresses its aromatic variants between plateaus and hills that characterize the Chablis appellations. Vinified and aged in the property cellar, in thermo-regulated stainless steel tanks, the dry white wines are rich in minerality, with a nice freshness and a finish on pleasant notes of white flowers and citrus fruits.

  • Domaine Faiveley

    Domaine Faiveley

    Founded during the first half of the nineteenth century, back in 1825 to be precise, the Domaine Faiveley, located in the wine heart of French Burgundy, was handed down from father to son until the seventh generation, and is currently led by Erwin Faiveley. The company is currently the largest and most important winery in the entire Burgundy region, and has vineyard plots that expand into all those that are the best crus in the area, from the historic center of Nuits-Saint- Georges, up to the villages of Gevrey-Chambertin, Pommard, Volnay, Puligny-Montrachet and Mercurey: vineyards from which come the grapes with which some of the best wines of Burgundy and not only are obtained. To give an example of the quality of the lands owned by the Faiveley company, it is enough to take into consideration the ten hectares of Grand Cru, the 25 of Premier Cru and the three excellent monopolies, terroirs owned in full and exclusively by the family, which answer to the very famous names of Gevrey-Chambertin 1er Cru Clos des Issarts, Beaune 1er Cru Clos de l'Ecu and Corton Clos des Cortons Faiveley Grand Cru. The small and fragmented crus make only a limited production possible, but all this instead of being an obstacle has been transformed into a strong point by the Faiveleys, who obtained from the low yield a higher quality of the grapes and from the fragmentation a greater diversity of production, thus succeeding in reaching ever wider market segments. The Domaine Faiveley has always paid great attention to working in the vineyard throughout its history, taking care of the smallest details throughout the year, from winter to harvest, to ensure the ideal maturation for each bunch of grapes. In the cellar, the experience and know-how of Faiveley have allowed the Burgundian tradition to be reconciled with technological innovations, so as to arrive, year after year, season after season, to achieve what is now the extraordinary level of quality expressed by the labels with Faiveley labels.

  • Domaine Gresser

    Domaine Gresser

    Wine growers from the 16th century, the Gresser family has its well-known Domaine in Andlau, halfway between Strasbourg and Colmar, on the Alsace wine route, right at the foot of the Sainte Odile mountain. Rémy Gresser, the current owner of the Domaine, is a histrionic character, defined by many as "a fundamentalist and a fanatic of respect for the environment", always careful to protect his vineyards, 10.30 hectares, favoring biological and biodynamic methods. In the vineyard, therefore, Rémy's categorical imperative is to "cultivate the vine according to the rules of the ancestors", to keep the environment intact and to transmit the vegetal, natural and cultural heritage to future generations. This translates into disease prevention with biodynamic extracts, reasoned processing of the soil and controlled grassing of the vineyards. In the cellar, in the same way, methods are used in line with the organic philosophy, through the use of indigenous yeasts and aging in large barrels, which allow the grapes to express their varietal riches, without distorting them.

  • Domaine J. Laurens

    Domaine J. Laurens

    The domain is located in the south of France, in the small village called "La Digne d'Aval", less than 5 kilometers from Limoux, a stone's throw from the famous old city of Carcassonne, one hour from Toulouse and two hours from Montpellier . Since the 80s, the domain processes only sparkling wines in "AOC" by Blanquette and Cremant de Limoux on 30 hectares. The story of a computer engineer from the region who reinvents himself as a vigneron at the time of retirement. The company already set up over time by Michel Dervin, "champagnard" on the road, has everything to look good in the generous but rather closed context of Limoux. Low yields, the least invasive interventions possible, technologically advanced cellar. Only bubbles as the centuries-old tradition of this territory wants. Awards are based, above all, on the stratospheric price / quality ratio and the extremely pleasant drinkability of its products.

  • Domaine Paul Janin & Fils

    Domaine Paul Janin & Fils

    The Domaine Paul Janin & Fils is located in Romanèche-Thorins, a small French commune in the Saone-et-Loire department within the Burgundy-Franche-Comté region. The area is typically known for the production of Beaujolais wines. The name of the company derives from the grandfather, Paul, even though the history of this winemaking family begins with the great-grandfather who in 1918 decided to undertake the one and only job of working the vineyards and making wine. This passion also infects his son Paul who in 1937 will buy the first plots of land of what will become the Domaine. The fundamental objective to aim for has always been to create and maintain a link between the company and customers. Hence the production in the bottle with an immediately recognizable identity and the decision to also focus on direct sales. The study of the soil, agronomy and biodynamics are the interests at the center of Eric, the current owner, who always keeps in mind the importance of the precarious balance between the vineyard, the soil on which it rests and the daily motivation that every winemaker must have. Even today the grapes are harvested by hand, often from vines that have many years behind them. The knowledge accumulated over time and experience is important: starting from notebooks full of notes on the chemistry and structure of the territory of grandfather Paul, arriving at the oenology and viticulture studies of Eric and his younger daughter who is preparing to take the own place in the family business. The winery is based on three main Crus: Moulin-à-Vent, Chénas and Brouilly. All three different but at the same time complementary and produced only with grapes from the vines tended and cultivated by the Janin family.

  • Domaine Pierre Morey

    Domaine Pierre Morey

    Pierre Morey is considered the guru of Burgundy. The fame he has built is also given by the wealth of knowledge that he brings with him thanks to the several generations of family winemakers who precede him, who have lived in Meursault since 1793. In 1935, Pierre's father, Auguste Morey, became a sharecropper for the Domaine Des Comte Lafon, a legendary producer in the area. At the time, after the economic crisis of 1929, the situation of the wine industry was at an all-time low and vineyard owners had a lot of difficulty in keeping their businesses running. It was at the end of 1971 that Pierre established the current Domaine, but before that time, all the wines produced by his family were sold under the Auguste Morey-Genelot label. Today, together with their daughter Anne, they own nine hectares of vineyards located in the municipalities of Monthelie, Pommard, Puligny-Montrachet and Meursault.In biodynamic since 1997, in 1991 it began to return to natural cultivation and vinification after having seen the development of new diseases in the vineyards and the disappearance of snails (the famous "escargots bourguignons") in the same. Since 1992 the Morey family also owns a company like négociant, called Morey-Blanc, through which they buy grapes from third parties, taking care of the winemaking , bottling and marketing. It produces wines of finesse and complexity expressing the uniqueness of the great terroirs that have made Bourgogne famous all over the world.

  • Dominique Laurent

    Dominique Laurent

    Until about thirty years ago, Dominique Laurent - an eclectic, passionate and dreamer - was a pastry chef in Vesoul, a small town between Burgundy and Alsace. Always fond of the great wines of the Côte d'Or, has a personal cellar with the best Burgundian bottles, but above all make friends with the most representative vigneron of the area. His life changes radically when he decides to turn his passion into work, inventing "negociant haute couture": he selects small batches of wine, both from promising young vigneron and from established domaine, with whom he had established a relationship of confidence and mutual esteem , then refine and bottle them with your own label. The success of Dominique was immediately striking and resonated around the world gets high marks from all wine critics, praise from lovers of great wines and even support from tenants who never take kindly to a negociant. Despite fame, Laurent does not stop. Assisted by his second wife Sylvie Esmonin, an extraordinary producer at Gevrey-Chambertin - who every year sells a part of his wines to Dominique (including Clos Saint Jaques!) - bases new projects including his own tonnellerie, with which he produces the barrels for his own wines, and to establish the Domaine Laurent Pére et Fils in 2006.

  • Don Papa

    Don Papa

    Don Papa is a tribute to Papa Isio, the real and charismatic leader from Negros who, in the 1890s, helped drive the Spanish from the island and win independence for Sugarlandia. The figure Don Papa is inspired by Papa Isio, though is not the same person. Instead, Don Papa is the embodiment of the Spirit of Sugarlandia. Inspired by the people and places of the island of Negros, Philippines, Sugarlandia is a majestic experience where everything is not always as it seems. A world which your senses are heightened and your mind is delighted. A place that is part real, part myth, and all heart. A premium aged, single-island rum from the Philippines, Don Papa Rum is created on the foothills of the active volcano Mt. Kanlaon, where the finest sugar cane is milled to produce sweet, rich molasses. After harvest, fermentation and distillation, Don Papa Rum is blended to perfection by our Master Blender before coming together in an alchemy of magic in our bottle.

  • Donnafugata


    Looking at the national productive panorama it is not easy to find other realities that in Italy are identified so deeply with their territory, how to get a Donnafugata tariff with Sicily. A winery, the one founded in the eighties by Giacomo Rallo, which represents the renaissance of wines not only in the province of Trapani and in the Marsalese area, but probably in all of Southern Italy, thanks to a vision of their own traditional and contemporary land at the same time. Let's start from the name, "Donnafugata", literally "woman on the run", which refers to the story of the wife of Emperor Ferdinand IV of Bourbon, Queen Maria Carolina, who began in the nineteenth century, when a Naples came Napoleonic troops , fled to Sicily, finding refuge where the company vineyards are located. Vineyards that today reach an extension of about 160 hectares - to which are added another 178 for rent - and which are conducted in a sustainable and extremely respectful way. Respect nature and find it also in the cellar, dove and the use of technology to protect the integrity of things, musts and wines. Today, more than thirty years after that distant 1983 - the year in which the company was born - Donnafugata is divided into three main production areas: from the mythical vineyards of Pantelleria to the ancient cellars of Marsala to the company headquarters, the Contessa Entellina Estate, in the heart of western Sicily. From here wines are born that tell the incredible Sicilian sensory universe. Bianchi, Rossi, Rosati, Desserts and Sparkling Wines: those labeled "Donnafugata" are wines characterized by an impeccable average quality, thanks to a production process, from the vineyard to the cellar, which is scrupulously followed in every detail. It is therefore no coincidence that wines such as the Passito di Pantelleria "Ben Rye", the "Chiarandà" or the "Mille e una notte", but also the "Anthilia", the "Lumera" and the "Sedàra", holding literally marked the aging tastes of enthusiasts. Mythical wines, timeless.

  • Egly-Ouriet


    Egly-Ouriet, a family domaine whose history has reached the fourth generation, is located in Ambonnay, a common Grand Cru in the heart of the Reims Mountain and the kingdom of Pinot Noir. The owned vineyards, about 11.5 hectares, all have between 40 and 60 years of age: of the total, only 4 hectares are not planted with pinot noir grapes, but with chardonnay and pinot meunier grapes (2 hectares each). In addition to the vineyards located in Ambonnay, Egly-Ouriet owns land in Bouzy, Verzenay (both common Grand Cru of the Reims Mountain) and Vrigny, 2-hectare Premier Cru vineyard from which comes a pure pinot meunier champagne. Egly-Ouriet is now in the hands of Francis Egly, a winemaker of vast talent and sensitivity, who was able to develop champagnes of great territorial expressiveness: six labels in total, in addition to a Coteaux Champenois (rare red wine of the area). The management of the vineyard and the cellar follows natural criteria and traditional methods, with the utmost respect for the land and with minimal human intervention.

  • Evan Williams

    Evan Williams

    Evan Williams founded Kentucky's first commercial distillery along the banks of the Ohio River in 1783. Today, Evan Williams is the second best-selling bourbon in the United States and the world. Evan Williams bourbons are made with a well-established recipe, distilled and then carefully aged for a soft and rich taste that has been perfected over generations.

  • Falesco - Famiglia Cotarella

    Falesco - Famiglia Cotarella

    The link between the Cotarella family and the world of wine originated in the 1960s, when Antonio and Domenico Cotarella, winemakers in Monterubiaglio, a fraction of the municipality of Castel Viscardo in the province of Terni, built the first winery for their own production of wine. . The brothers Renzo and Riccardo Cotarella, both oenologists who grew up in a land of long winemaking traditions, driven by the passion of their father Domenico, then founded the current "Falesco" in 1979, transforming what was a small family business into a wine business successful, to be left to subsequent generations. It is here, between Umbria and Lazio, that wines of indisputable charm are born, characterized by a contemporary style and at the same time distinguished by a particular longevity. Wines that in a few decades have become ambassadors of Italy in the world. The company currently extends over a vineyard area that covers about 280 hectares, to which must be added another ninety hectares currently rented. In a hilly area characterized by soils of volcanic origin, both native varieties and international grapes are cultivated, for which among the rows there are plants of aleatico, trebbiano, malvasia, verdicchio, sangiovese and vermentino, and again of merlot, syrah, viognier and cabernet. Bunches raised in full respect of the environment and ecosystem, which in the cellar are processed using the most modern and advanced oenological tools, always used without ever distorting what the terroir and the season have come to express in the fruit. The result is given by excellent labels, which on the whole come to compose a proposal that hardly finds equal. Wines, those that arise from the mind and professionalism of the Cotarella brothers, able to best represent a land that, when it comes to wine, is certainly second to none.

  • Fattoria Casa di Terra

    Fattoria Casa di Terra

    A territory, rolling hills that slope down towards the sea, where the vine offers wines with a unique and authentic character: this is Bolgheri for us, our home and our land. Our family has been committed to cultivating it since the 1950s following the tradition. Today, we have invested our passion, dedicating ourselves to the world of wine and we are helped by these territories and their nature. Working day after day with commitment, we want to create wines capable of transmitting our sacrifice and the spirit of these places.

  • Fattoria San Donato

    Fattoria San Donato

    Fattoria San Donato is a small medieval village immersed in the green hills around San Gimignano which enjoys a magnificent panoramic view. Built on the ancient Via Francigena, around a small Romanesque church, it has maintained the original architecture: the fortified villa with the attached centuries-old park, the farmers' houses and the beautiful watchtower, now a tavern available to guests. San Donato has been a place of vineyards and olive trees for over 2500 years. The earth is made up of Pliocene sands, fossil stones and shells that give the vine precious minerals, excellent drainage and the right nutrients. Thanks to the altitude of over 400 meters above sea level and the Mediterranean forest that refreshes the air at night, the vines enjoy gentle ventilation and dry air that promotes proper growth and wards off diseases. The exposure of the vineyards to the south / south west favors the correct irradiation and a homogeneous ripening of the grapes. Aware of these happy conditions, the organic rules are followed in the vineyard. Every agricultural activity in the vineyard is aimed at guaranteeing each vine the best possible conditions. Thanks to the most modern technologies (pneumatic presses, blast chillers, etc., a careful but moderate use of the best French barriques) and skilful advice, very elegant wines are produced that reflect the territory and that maintain the aromas, flavors and the peculiarities of the grapes.

  • Fazi Battaglia

    Fazi Battaglia

    The Fazi Battaglia winery was founded in 1949, thanks to the intuition of Francesco Angelini, who since the 1950s has been able to believe and bet on the potential of the Verdicchio vine, from which today we obtain a wine that, if labeled for the "Fazi Battaglia" is recognizable in the now classic and famous "Titulus" bottle, which has been present on the tables all over the world for years, to the point that it has become the actual symbol of Verdicchio dei Castelli di Jesi. While counting about three hundred hectares of owned vineyards, all falling within the "classic" area of ​​Verdicchio di Jesi, Fazi Battaglia has nevertheless remained a family-run company, with the fourth generation currently engaged in the management of the wine business. Driven by a constant and continuous innovative drive, the winery makes use of the most modern technologies, which are always used with respect for the environment, traditions and previous knowledge. The result is given by labels that are the result of a constant search for qualitative improvement, in order to enhance the most profound values ​​of nature, time and territory.

  • Fèlsina


    Cantina simbolo non solo del Chianti Classico ma di tutta la Toscana, Fèlsina è realtà che affonda le radici negli Anni Sessanta, periodo in cui Domenico Poggiali acquistò la Fattoria e in quel momento così difficile della viticoltura italiana scelse di investire sul futuro del territorio e sulla qualità del suo vino. Appassionati di viticoltura e abili imprenditori, Domenico e il figlio Giuseppe modernizzarono la conduzione della campagna senza abbandonare lo spirito della tradizione, valori validi ancora oggi. Siamo a Castelnuovo Berardenga, al confine meridionale di quel Chianti Classico che da lontano guarda verso Montalcino, luogo magico che dà alla luce alcuni dei più vini più vibranti della Denominazione. Vini longevi, straordinariamente tipici e tradizionali, dal “Fontalloro” al “Rancia”, dal Chianti Classico, anche Riserva, fino al Vin Santo.

  • Feudo Arancio

    Feudo Arancio

    Feudo Arancio wines are born in the heart of the Mediterranean, on the beautiful island of Sicily. A generous land, with intense light, a ventilated and dry climate, ideal for producing rich, intense and full-bodied wines with unique aromas and flavors. These are wines that fully reflect the unique and authentic flavor of Sicily.

  • Finlandia


    Born under the midnight sun in the north of finland the vodka embodies the finnish spirit of living in harmony with nature by using it’s finest ingredients. The tradition of truly Finnish vodka was started in 1970 by Alko only a year later, Finlandia was the first scandinavian vodka to be sold in the United States.

  • Francis Orban

    Francis Orban

    The story of a young récoltant manipulant, thus could begin the biography of Francis Orban, who in 2007, after studying as a winemaker, decides to start his own business producing Champagne according to his very personal style. Certainly not a neophyte or an improvised Francis, no sir, because he can boast noble birth in the world of viticulture in Champagne. The family portrait sees, in fact, the great-grandfather Léopold Orban pioneer of the sparkling wine in the village of Leuvrigny, which was followed by the following generations, up to the brave Francis, who broke the cards, starting to produce Champagne with his style, on 7.5 hectares of vineyards, all located in the municipality of Leuvrigny, on the right bank of the Marne. The annual production is around 60,000 bottles, of which 80% are sold in France and the remaining 20% ​​abroad. The Village of Leuvrigny is strongly characterized by an ideal southern exposure, an exceptional arid-calcareous soil and a perfect microclimate, particularly suitable for the cultivation of Meunier Noir, the grape symbol of its property.

  • Frédéric Savart

    Frédéric Savart

    Fréderic Savart is a talented vigneron with remarkable technical skills, although at first sight he could be mistaken for a rebel musician or a poet of other times. His cellar is located in the village of Ecueil, a few kilometers from Reims, the place where his Champagne is born, which he himself likes to define and describe as "wines in which the vigneron is involved, where the technique and savoir-faire are at service of an intention, an emotion and a perception ". Fréderic has 4 hectares of vineyards where it breeds and enhances two varieties in particular: pinot noir and chardonnay. Old vines and very close rows, therefore very high plant densities to put plants in competition and obtain few but generous bunches per vine, rich in terms of perfumes and body. The land is covered with grass to preserve biological diversity and thus maintain a varied ecosystem, with all operations carried out strictly by hand. The soils are characterized by the presence of complex clays that give the pinot noir structure and fragrances. In the cellar, in addition to the stainless steel containers, there are new barrels made of wood from a nearby forest. The choice of using new barrels considerably reduces the use of sulfur dioxide, always respecting what is the identity of the grape variety. The Champagne of Fréderic Savart are mainly produced from pinot noir and chardonnay, united in cuvée, or used in purity to tell the character of the variety used, as in the case of Brut Blanc de Noirs Premier Cru "The Overture". We are talking about Champagne which, in addition to telling us about the precious terroir of the Montagne de Reims, expresses the philosophy of a producer who makes great work in the vineyard and technical skill in the cellar his distinctive elements. The result of so much passion is released in the glasses in a mix of elegance, depth and finesse.

  • Frescobaldi


    No other Italian winery can boast Marchesi Frescobaldi's history, prestige or vision. A Florentine family dedicated for thirty generations to the production of great wines for over 700 years, with the constant aim of being the most prestigious Tuscan producer. A reality that has always believed in respecting the territory, focuses on the excellence of its grapes, invests in communication and in the professionalism of human resources without ever forgetting respect for tradition and openness to research and experimentation. In 1855, first in Tuscany, they planted cabernet sauvignon, merlot, pinot nero and chardonnay, in the estates of Nipozzano and Pomino. In 1894 they built in Pomino, a town not far from Florence, the first Italian winery capable of exploiting the natural gravity due to the transfer from barrels and distinguished themselves in the same period by the introduction of the "specialized vineyard". In 1989 they bought the estate of Castelgiocondo in Montalcino and in 1995 they inaugurated the Tenuta Luce della Vite in Montalcino, to which was added in 2000 the Tenuta Conti Attems in Friuli. Last bright projects concern the control of the Ornellaia Estate in Bolgheri in 2005, and in 2011 the inauguration of the very modern Ammiraglia winery in Maremma. All the wines labeled "Marchesi Frescobaldi" are born from the passion, the experience, the skill and love for an elected territory, Tuscany, which has become the ideal cradle of high quality wines. With an area planted with vines that, at the moment, total a thousand hectares, and with an annual production of around seven million bottles, from the Chianti area to the Pomino area, from Montalcino to the Maremma, the perfect knowledge of the environment and the uniqueness of the terroirs allow us to guarantee a constant quality and a marked personality of the wines, all - without exception - exceptional. Labels, those of the "Marchesi Frescobaldi", elegant and harmonic, balanced and engaging, exciting and unique.

  • Geoffroy


    The roots of the Geoffroy winery date back to the seventeenth century, and are inextricably linked to the village of Cumières, located in the heart of the Vallée de la Marne. In fact, for about four centuries the Geoffroy family has been growing grapes and producing wine in this area. Reaching more modern times, more precisely in 1950, it is Roger Geoffroy who starts a modern production of Champagne, flanked by his wife Julienne. Their son, René, will take over the reins of the winery, giving new impulses also thanks to the purchase of new parcels of land, and fully developing the concept of récoltant-manipulant reality. Today, at the head of the company, we find Jean Baptiste, exponent of the new generation of the Geoffroy family. Approximately fourteen are the hectares of vines, which develop between the municipalities of Damery, Hautvillers, Fleury la Rivière and Cumières, for a mosaic of 35 plots, some also classified as Premier Cru. Among the rows of vines, the three vines that are the symbol of the denomination are cultivated, pinot noir, chardonnay and pinot meunier, with a prevalence of the former. Geoffroy's philosophy is simple: perfect bubbles can be obtained only from healthy and mature bunches, and the goal is therefore to preserve the potential of soils. In the cellar the spirit with which you work is marked by respect, patience and extreme care for details. Before the harvest, various tests are carried out on the individual berries, so as to program the perfect time for harvesting. Every winemaking operation takes place by gravity, so as not to excessively stress the must, a "living" element that must be altered as little as possible. Every year Geoffroy produces 120,000 bottles, divided into a dozen products. "Expression", "Pureté", "Empreinte", "Volupté" and the cuvée "Rosé de Saignée" are some of the most representative labels of the cellar range, perfectly able to meet the expectations of the most demanding enthusiasts.

  • Giovanni Rosso

    Giovanni Rosso

    For over 100 years the Rosso family has owned the crus: Cerretta, La Serra, Broglio, Meriame, Sorano, Costa bella, Lirano and Damiano. At the beginning of the 1980s, Giovanni Rosso restructured most of the vineyards with very modern planting layouts, capable of producing only high quality grapes. In 2001, at the age of 27, his son Davide, oenologist and with important experiences, decided to personally take care of the vinification and the élevage of wines with a single goal: «The wine must be the perfect copy of its Terroir». The type of soil, the altitude, the exposure, are different characteristics that vary from one Cru to another and that require a diversification of processing. Every single job must be done by adapting to the vineyard and, consequently, to the different weather conditions every year. Only the company's savoir-faire is able to have this complete synergy with the proprietary crus. The vineyards are in Serralunga d'Alba, the great Terroir of Barolo, therefore one of the best in the world. The total area of ​​the farm is 10 hectares.

  • Glenfarclas


    The Glenfarclas distillery is located in the Scottish region of Speyside, in Ballindalloch, in open countryside at the foot of Ben Rinnes; the meaning of its name is in fact "valley of the green meadow". In a production reality dominated by large economic groups, Glenfarclas still remains a family-run distillery, in the hands of the Grant family for six generations: founded as a small rural distillery by Robert Hay and legalized in 1836, Glenfarclas passed into the hands of John Grant into 1865 for just 511 pounds. Glenfarclas produces traditional Highland Single Malts characterized by strong hints of sherry and despite its apparently "rural" character, it has the largest stills of Speyside, with a production capacity of 3,000,000 liters per year. Currently, only four of the six stills are used, with two held for reserve in case of need. In its warehouse it houses around 50,000 barrels, with stocks divided into years starting in 1952! The Glenfarclas distillery has always made use of a particular pure and soft water that comes from the spring snow melt of the peaks of Ben Rinnes and that flows between granite rocks, perfect for a high quality whiskey. The characteristics that distinguish the production, in addition to the particular care in each phase, are found in the careful choice of barley, but above all in the double direct-fire distillation, an ancient method still used by very few distilleries. The production is aged in barrels of Oloroso / Fino sherry from Seville. In 2006 Glenfarclas was awarded as Distillery of the Year by Whiskey Magazine: the demonstration that one can be great in the world of whiskey while remaining independent.

  • Gottardi


    The Gottardi family, Italian in origin, has operated the food and wine trade in Innsbruck for about 110 years; in 1960 Bruno Gottardi, who took over the management of the shop in Austria in 1956, returned to Italy, to Mazzon, his country of origin in the southern part of South Tyrol. However, the family always maintains the commercial activity in Austria and in the Innsbruck shop you can find food and wines from all over Europe. Bruno's son Alexander joins the company in 1984, after years of training in Germany, America and France and is in charge of offering the shop's customers the best of wines from all over the world. In 1986 the Gottardi family acquires the first vineyard located on the charming hills of Mazzon, known as the Pinot Noir paradise and begins to vinify their grapes. The altitude, the warm sunset sun and the terroir make these hills an ideal place for the production of this vine. The Pinot Noir Mazzon with its fragrant bouquet and its unforgettable aroma has reaped countless successes from critics and audiences, managing to obtain the most coveted awards worldwide.

  • Gradis'Ciutta


    Behind the name Gradis'ciutta, a place in the heart of the Collio for centuries, generous with excellent grapes and the company's brand, is Robert Princic: the soul of this ever-changing reality, always attentive to the quality and genuineness of its wines and always available to welcome you in his cellar. Constantly supported by his tireless parents, Robert has grown the farm, obtaining awards for his wines and personal awards, without ever forgetting the right balance in the relationship between man and Nature. A philosophy that is reflected in the character of the wines and in the approach with others. The different location of our vineyards, at different altitudes, allows us to find land suitable for all white varieties, whether they are the indigenous ones that have always been present, Ribolla and Friulano, or the international ones, as well as the red and varieties they prefer the Preval plain. Added to this are the various climatic aspects, which affect the microclimate in which our vines grow. Very often when we talk about wines, we praise the French "vignerons" for having created and preserved over time that classification called "cru", which the unforgettable Gino Veronelli proposed as a need to "maintain the excellence of the municipal denominations". Few know that on 17 March 1787 a circular was issued with the "Classification of wines produced in the united principalities counties of Gorizia and Gradisca in regard to their goodness": a sort of "cru" from Gorizia. Well, our grapes come from the Collio area, located in the first three classes, out of nine total! If it is true then that "the genius of the wine lies in the vine", or that the latter gives the main imprint to the wine, it is equally true that the soil exerts a great influence on the peculiar characteristics of this "genius". We work to produce "brilliant" wines.

  • Gravner


    The absolute protagonist of Italian wine and its recent history, Francesco Gravner, better known as Josko Gravner, is a winemaker whose name is intimately linked to that Gorizia Collio that he himself contributed to making famous throughout the world. A journey that begins far away, when Josko, still a teenager, begins to vinify the grapes from the vineyards planted around the house. The use of steel first, and then the barrique, mark a road that crosses most of the 80s and 90s, until the turning point and the introduction in the cellar of the amphorae from Georgia, from which the name of its wines. A viticulture, that of Josko, which with the passage of time has been stripped of all technicalities, natural to intransigence, the result of careful work in the vineyard, where any synthetic product has been banned for over twenty years. The over thirty hectares of vineyards, most of which are owned, are located in various locations in the municipality of Oslavia, in the province of Gorizia. At an altitude that varies between 150 and 270 meters above sea level, the vines enjoy optimal exposure and grow on typically calcareous and marly soils. A rigor and a method are applied to the vineyard that lead back to the most ancient popular beliefs of the area and to the most remote local traditions, over time proving to be more authentic than anything else. In the cellar, the long macerations on the skins and the very long aging in wood are natural consequences of a process aimed at enhancing not only the grapes but the whole territory itself. This is how unique wines are born, capable of going beyond any definition linked to organic or biodynamic.

  • Grosjean


    A point of reference for viticulture throughout the Aosta Valley, the one led by Vincent Grosjean is a reality capable of telling all the most intimate secrets of a region that would certainly deserve greater attention for the quality and personality of the wines that it is able to express. Converted to organic, each intervention is deeply linked to respect for the surrounding environment, Grosjean vinifies only the most traditional varieties: from muscat to petite arvine, from petit rouge to fumin to pinot noir. The resulting wines are fresh, rigorous, elegant and multifaceted. Wines that are characterized not only by an extraordinary relationship between quality and price but also by a longevity in some ways unexpected: all, from whites to reds, are in fact wines that will be able to evolve magnificently with the passing of the seasons.

  • Henry Fuchs

    Henry Fuchs

    From generation to generation, the Fuchs family has been cultivating and working the vine since 1922 with the founder Henry. The winery, based in Ribeauvillé, is now in its fourth generation, led by Paul Fuchs. The extension is 10 hectares of vineyard land and is spread over a well-sunny and dry area that allows for the optimal ripening of the grapes and the creation of wines that can express the territory together with the company philosophy. Henry Fuchs meticulously seeks the best sugar and taste-olfactory balance of his products, to offer high quality wines, fresh and balanced, with the typical Alsatian character. The whole production process is conducted with the utmost respect for nature. The entire production is conducted under a certified organic regime. The cultivation of the vine does not use aggressive artificial herbicides. The harvest is manual, the grapes are then gently pressed to extract only the best juice, without stressing the berries. The first sedimentation occurs by natural precipitation, allowing the natural clarification of the must, which is then fermented almost completely without the addition of yeasts. Human interventions are reduced to a minimum, to obtain products of unique purity and elegance, which express the high wine quality of Alsace and this particularly suited Grand Cru area.

  • Hine


    The history of the Hine distillery has its roots in 1763 in the district of Jarnac, one of the most important production centers of French Cognac. The signature of the distillery bears the name of its founder Thomas, a talented young Englishman who, passionate about the famous distillate, decided to commit all his strength and energy to discover all the production secrets. Unfortunately, the French Revolution, which took place a few decades later, forced him to escape and abandon his dream, and taking refuge in Jarnac he was captured and imprisoned in the castle. A few years later, at the end of the dark times of the revolution, Thomas met Elisabeth, married her and founded on the bank of the Charente river what is today considered one of the most famous maisons in the world of French spirits. Today, after more than 250 years of history that have seen the alternation of local conflicts, economic boom-crises and legendary floods, at the head of the estate we find a member of the sixth generation, Bernard Hine, who, thanks to the link with the past and of the secrets handed down from father to son, produces modern Cognac inspired by the long family tradition. Cognac Hine testify to the great tradition that binds the Hine family to the art of mixing and distillation. With a pure, original profile and full of personality, they are characterized by an elegant and intense olfactory spectrum, which varies from year to year based on climatic conditions and seasonal trends. The spirits with the lying deer (logo of the estate) are today a reference point in the Cognac market, to the point of having received the Royal Warrant from the British Royal Family and remaining the official supplier of Cognac in England.

  • Hugel


    The vineyard properties of the Hugel winery reach a total of 25 hectares, and all fall within the territories of Riquewihr, a French commune in Alsace known since the Middle Ages for the great elegance of the wines produced there. It all began in 1639, when Hans-Ulrich Hugel decided to leave Switzerland, his native town, to move to Alsace, becoming in fact one of the wine pioneers of the region. With about half of the possessions falling under the Grand Cru classification, and buying grapes from the best growers in the area, currently the Hugel company is managed by Jean-Philippe, Marc and Etienne, belonging to the twelfth family generation, and is to be considered one of the most important Alsatian oenological realities, above all for the qualitative level expressed by its wines. Among the rows of vines, the vines, which reach at least the age of thirty, do not know the use of fertilizers, and the yields are kept very low, to favor the quality of the fruit. In the cellar, after a light pressing, it is the only flower must that is processed, respecting the most ancestral and traditional methods, but at the same time also using the most modern technologies available in the oenological field. Lastly, aging takes place in underground rooms, where wines rest for an average of at least two years. Exported to over one hundred countries in the world, the labels of the Hugel winery are one of the undisputed symbols of the greatest Alsatian winemaking tradition, and are the daughters of the firm corporate philosophy based on the idea that "the quality of wine is already in the grape". Wines of rare value - those of the Maison Hugel - exceptional for being highly expressive and loyal like few to the terroir of belonging.

  • I Luoghi

    I Luoghi

    Stefano and Paola began their life as winegrowers in Bolgheri in 2000. The choice did not arise from a market research but from an impulse that led to channel all their energies towards a unique project with no alternative. The starting point was to make a vineyard and a wine without compromise. Quality is therefore not the point of arrival but only an intrinsic element that exists and is fundamental. The Places began by producing only two DOC Bolgheri wines that fully express balance, elegance, character and capacity for evolution over time: intrinsic characteristics of the great wines of the Bolgheri area.

  • Il Lebbio

    Il Lebbio

    A few steps away from the "Città delle Cento Torri" where the hills recline as a frame of a generous land, the Azienda Agricola Il Lebbio is one of those who offer daily labors and loving care in the production of wine. The company takes its name from a small plant that grows wild in most of our land. It boasts an almost total southern exposure "solatio", which allows the grapes to reach an optimal maturation. The Niccolini faimiglia manages Il Lebbio on its own and, thanks to its multi-generational experience in the wine sector, produces excellent quality wines using appropriate technology.

  • Istine


    The winery is quite recent and owned by the Fronti family, whose origins are proudly peasant. Having worked in the wine sector for many years, in 1982 the first land was purchased to plant our vineyards. Today they own almost 20 hectares of vineyards, mainly in the municipality of Radda in Chianti and also in the municipality of Gaiole in Chianti. For many years the wine produced with the grapes, except for a small part that was kept for family consumption, was sold in bulk to other wineries, until the 2009 harvest, when the first bottle was finally made. With the introduction of the second generation into the company, it is natural to start your own production in the bottle. The 2009 harvest and the first 3,000 bottles of Chianti Classico concretely represent what has always been the great passion for wine, thus integrating and completing the family business. The commitment for the future is to evolve and grow, while remaining faithful to traditions and the territory, trying to enhance as much as possible what nature offers and the viticultural peculiarities of the highest areas of the Chianti region. Certified organic since the 2016 harvest.

  • J. Charpentier

    J. Charpentier

    The Vallée de La Marne is an area of ​​Champagne with ancient traditions, whose fame in the sparkling wine sector is linked to one grape in particular: pinot meunier. The J. Charpentier winery has been a worthy representative of the area for over a century, also dedicated to the cultivation of this variety that gives the cuvées fruity and fresh tones, in a classic and pleasant style. The history of Champagne Charpentier begins around the 1920s with the union of two families of vignerons, the Charpentier and the Claisse. In 1971 Jacky Charpentier, with a little less than half a hectare of vineyard but full of courage and resourcefulness, launched his first Champagne branded "J. Charpentier." Working hard, Jacky managed to buy new vineyards and further expand the cellar. The winery owns 38 parcels, for a total of 17 hectares spread over several "crus": 90% grown in pinot meunier, while the remaining 10% in chardonnay, an unusual variety for the valley, and pinot noir. parameters of sustainable agriculture, respecting the environment and man.

  • Janneau


    Founded by Pierre Etienne Janneau in 1851 at Condom in Armagnac, four generations of the Janneau family have followed, passing down the secret of Grand Armagnac from father to son. Maison Janneau is one of the main producers that carries out the distillation, ageing and bottling of its production fully in the region of origin, the AOC Armagnac. Maison Janneau as of today is home of one of the most important production plant and storage facility of the Armagnac region and is a leading brand in the Armagnac sector producing exclusively Super Premium Quality Armagnac.

  • Jean Milan

    Jean Milan

    In France, more precisely in Oger, a municipality located in the Marne department, there is a small winery producing Champagne, which has always been managed by the family: it is the Jean Milan, founded in 1864 by Charles Milan, and today run by Caroline and by his brother Jean-Charles, chef de cave, exponents of the fifth generation at the helm of the estate. The company covers an area of ​​about 6 hectares, with vineyards located in the heart of the Côte des Blancs, classified as Oger's Grand Cru: it is therefore one of the seventeen Grand Crus that identify the top of the quality linked to the production of Champagne all over the country. Chardonnay is undoubtedly the main grape of the entire range offered by Jean Milan, so much so that this, apart from a small percentage of pinot noir inserted in rosé, is totally hinged on this grape, destined for the production of large Blancs de Blancs. The various cuvées proposed, each one with a certain peculiarity, a model of elegance played around four main elements: balance, refinement, intensity and depth. These are the principles behind the approximately 60,000 bottles that come out each year from the expert hands of Jean Charles, the result of a philosophy that sees tradition coexist harmoniously with the most modern processing techniques. An assortment of truly fine wines, characterized by excellent value for money, and which well represents the terroir of one of the most important crus of all AOC Champagne, as evidenced by the different awards and recognitions recognized by the most famous international critics. From the mythical and impressive "Grande Reserve 1864", passing through the more cheerful and carefree "Tradition", each label has always attracted the interest of sparkling wine enthusiasts from all over the world, helping to increase the fame of Jean Milan and making it become a truly exclusive niche maisons.

  • Jean Velut

    Jean Velut

    Jean Velut and his wife, Huguette, in 1960 had to give up their agricultural land, near Troyes, the capital of the Aube department, due to the expansion of the city; owners, however, of some land in the nearby village of Montgueux, decided to plant a vineyard here, intending to devote themselves to quality production. Their first harvest was very limited, but over time the work has been refined and, today, Denis, his son, can be said to be responsible for about 7.5 hectares of vineyards. The Montgueux hill borders the Paris basin; here the soil is mainly of calcareous nature, it manages to maintain freshness and humidity in summer, to store heat and, finally, to drain rain well in winter. This area of Champagne is a new frontier for excellent Champagne Blanc de Blancs, being a perfect ground for Chardonnay.

  • JM Sélèque

    JM Sélèque

    The history of the domaine Sélèque begins in 1965, the year in which Henri Sélèque, with the help of his father, then president of the wine-grower cooperative of Pierry, decides to plant the first vineyards. In 1974, Henri's son, Richard, after completing his oenology studies, joined the company and began producing Champagne. The domaine grows rapidly, reaching in 1990 the annual production of 50,000 bottles. Today the third generation of the family is active in the winery, with Jean-Marc Sélèque who, after studying oenology and visiting many foreign wineries, has brought new life into the company with his particular and personal approach towards the Champagne production process. Like the fruit of a musical score, imaginatively composed of history, climate, soil, work, patience and competence, each company cuvée is transformed into music, of which the members of the Sélèque family consider themselves only the humble performers.

  • Lagavulin


    Lagavulin distillery has been producing Single Malt Scotch whiskey since 1816, when John Jonston and Archibald Campbell decided to build two distilleries in the homonymous locality of the famous Scottish island of Islay, which takes its name from the Gaelic lag a'mhuilin, which means "the mill of the small valley ": a stone's throw from the sea and in the background of the ruins of Dunyveg Castle, the scene of important battles in Scottish history, in a short time these two distilleries joined in 1836, creating a real institution of Scotch. Lagavulin is known to be Islay's "aristocratic" distillery. In fact, it uses the slower distillation process than all the other Islay Single Malts: about 5 hours for the first distillation and over 9 hours for the second. Even the barley used for Lagavulin, coming from nearby Port Ellen, is fermented with a very slow procedure, between 55 and 75 hours. The water, coming from the Solum Lochs, flows down to the distillery in a peat-rich soil, making the final product even more "peated". Furthermore, two of its four stills have a characteristic pear shape which makes them unique compared to other distilleries. Lagavulin whiskey is one of the 6 most representative "Classic Malts of Scotland" and has received important prizes and awards from the most prestigious world critics. Certainly a noble distillery for Scotch lovers.

  • Lamotte et Cie

    Lamotte et Cie

    Lamotte and Cie is a little-known company based in Reims. The production is concentrated on a Brut with a classic Champagne blend: 1/3 Pinot Nero, 1/3 Chardonnay and 1/3 Pinot Meunier.

  • Lancelot Pienne

    Lancelot Pienne

    Cramant is one of the most famous and renowned Grand Cru villages in Champagne. We are located on slightly hinted and sinuous hills with a magnificent exposure to the south, south-west sun. A place known in particular thanks to Mumm who here, first of all, decided to produce the first Blanc de Blancs mono-cru produced by a great maison with a gentler and more tenuous carbon dioxide content. A style that has set the standard precisely because it is possible, in this way, to bring out the truest connotation of the place, declining the Chardonnay grape. Gilles Lancelot, in the fourth generation of ownership, has learned the nuances of this village well: in fact, he has managed the family business since 1995, after completing his oenology studies in Reims. This is Cramant and these are Champagne that are unique for their softness, roundness and creaminess, needless to say.

  • Langlois-Chateau


    Founded in 1912 by Édouard Langlois and his wife Jeanne Chateau, the Langlois-Chateau maison is located in St-Hilaire-St-Florent, in the Loire Valley, and is one of the most important maisons that produces Crémant. Today the company is owned by the descendants of the Langlois family, who joined the company in 1973 with the Bollinger family. Continuously searching for qualitative improvements, the maison is particularly active in viticultural research, and favors natural cultivation methods aimed at maximum respect for the environment. Even in the cellar, the Langlois-Chateau company has always regularly invested in high quality materials, which allow to better respect the nature of the grapes and to enhance their varietal character. Despite not being one of the largest fashion houses in terms of size, Langlois-Chateau is well present in the international market and increasingly oriented towards exports, which currently represent around one third of production.

  • Laurent Perrier

    Laurent Perrier

    To discover the origins of the Maison Laurent-Perrier we have to go back as far as 1812, the year in which the winery was founded by André and Michel Pierlot. Located in Tours-sur-Marne, in Champagne-Ardenne, it was in 1881 that the company fortunes were written, when Eugene Laurent, a cellarer of the Pierlots, together with his wife Mathilde Emilie Perrier decided to take over the maison and take the lead, and later changing its name precisely to Laurent-Perrier. From here, between various vicissitudes, history leads us to Mary-Louise Lanson de Nonancourt first, and then to her son Bernard, who represents the true soul of champagne that can be tasted today. Characterized mainly by the use of Chardonnay and Pinot Noir grapes - except for Cuvée Rosé made exclusively from Pinot Noir grapes - Laurent-Perrier Champagne rests at least four years before being marketed. Currently led by the daughters of Bernard, Alexandra and Stephanie Lanson de Nonancourt, the Maison now has 150 hectares of vineyards and is distinguished by a special and unique style, certainly due also to the maniacal search for perfection in all production steps, starting from the rows to get to the bottle. In the vineyard, the approach is minimalist, so we tend to grow plants while respecting the environment, nature and the ecosystem. In the cellar, the philosophy is different: the Laurent-Perrier maison has been working the grapes in steel tanks at controlled temperature since the 1950s, so as to keep the freshness and aromatic complexity of the fruit intact and unchanged. . Finally, during the sparkling process, each step is controlled with method and rigor, using the most modern enological technologies, always used without ever outclassing the most ancient territorial traditions. From Brut al Rosé, from the Vintage to the "Grand Siècle", up to the Demi-Sec and the Ultra Brut, this is how Laurent-Perrier Champagne was born: timeless bubbles, among the most prestigious that France is currently able to give .

  • Le Macchie

    Le Macchie

    The vast majority of the vineyards extend over the hills located between the Rieti basin and Mount Terminillo in the hamlet of Castelfranco, the altitude is between 610 and 650 meters above sea level. with southern exposure for late vines while south-west for early vines. The terroir is very diversified and, depending on the area, you can find a soil rich in clay and organic substance or a loamy, calcareous and mineral-rich soil. Depending on the type of land, different vines have been specially planted. In these mountain vineyards, maintained and cared for like gardens, each row is an expression of the deep respect for nature and the continuous contact of man with the earth.

  • Levante Spirits

    Levante Spirits

    Levante Spirits was born from a meeting at a university Master in Florence which soon became an initiative: doing business for the sake of good drinking. Our company is inspired by the Levante wind, the helm of many sailors and explorers. If then he led to exotic worlds and favored trade in goods, today his guide gives us new stimuli for the production of liqueurs and spirits. We follow the wind of discovery. By revisiting traditional recipes of liqueurs and spirits, we offer products with a bold character and an unusual taste. We believe that only by drawing on our historical and territorial wealth can we truly make innovation.

  • Livio Felluga

    Livio Felluga

    A unique name in the Italian productive panorama, as well as a symbol of a region and its wines, it is easy to understand how the story of Livio Felluga is intertwined with that of a whole territory. This story has as its protagonist a family that survived two world wars, which witnessed the change of the borders around it, and then decided to settle on the sweet buttresses of the Friuli hills. It is here that, not far from Cormòns in the province of Gorizia, Livio Felluga had to undertake a new battle to revive the hill, convinced that only the rebirth of quality cultivation could bring life back to the Friuli countryside. With great courage he began to rearrange the old vineyards and plant new ones, introducing innovative ideas and methods. A hard job, made of stubbornness and passion, which will lead him over the years to create one of the most beautiful and significant business realities of the Peninsula, acquiring rightfully the title unanimously recognized as the founder of the Friulian wine tradition. Currently the company can count on a vast area planted with vines, which from the Collio appellation to the Colli Orientali del Friuli, covers about 155 hectares. In the vineyard, the varieties we meet are both indigenous and international, so we have Friulian and Pinot Bianco, Chardonnay and Ribolla Gialla, Sauvignon Blanc and Pinot Gris, Picolit and Refosco, Pignolo and Merlot . Grapes that are transformed into what are now called the "wines of the geographical map", always reproduced on the label and depicting an old map of the farms. And then here come to life the "Vertigo", the "Nuaré" and the "Sharis", then gradually all the others, up to the "Terre Alte": wines from a winery that still today shines for quality and for the territorial character it succeeds in expressing, a veritable ambassador of the best Friulian whites - and therefore Italians - all over the world.

  • Louis Roederer

    Louis Roederer

    One of the last wineries in the French region of Champagne to still be owned by the same family that founded it, in 1776 in Reims, is that of Louis Roederer. The winery got its current name in 1883, when Louis Roederer himself inherited the company from his uncle, remodeling it in his own image and likeness. While others bought the grapes, Louis has staked everything on the work in the vineyard, buying the best vineyard plots, convinced to the end that the quintessence of a great wine resided in the land, and consequently tracing the fate of the Maison that since then will bring the his name. The Roederer winery boasts a property of almost 240 hectares, divided between the three best cru of Champagne, located in the villages of Montagne de Reims, Côtes des Blancs, and Vallée de la Marne, from which come the ideal grapes for its elegant and balanced wines. These two elements, the family organization and the quality of the crus, allow the company to constantly improve the quality of the grapes of pinot noir, pinot meunier and chardonnay, always aiming for excellence in their products. The Louis Roederer winery is also famous for having invented the Cristal. The invention came to satisfy the demands of the Russian tsars Nicholas I and Alexander II, great lovers of the Maison and eager to receive a supply of Champagne in pure crystal bottles. The blend quickly became the flag of the winery thanks to its extraordinary finesse and elegance, contributing in this way to creating what is the today's myth of Louis Roederer in the world. Thanks to the innovation and entrepreneurial spirit of the family, the Louis Roederer, Brut, Rosé or Demi Sec champagne became the official supplier of many monarchies and many noble dynasties from all over the world, building up the fame it still preserves thanks to the three million bottles sold every year, and thanks to the unparalleled quality / price ratio that is able to promptly propose.

  • M. Chapoutier

    M. Chapoutier

    A philosophy according to which the vineyards are conducted with maximum respect for the terroir and the balance of the ecosystem, in order to produce wines that can only be summed up in two terms: patience and audacity. Already at the beginning of the nineteenth century, in 1808 to be precise, a distant ancestor of the Chapoutier family began to buy the first vineyards in the Rhone Valley, effectively starting the wine business. Today, after more than two centuries, Michel Chapoutier, who has always been passionate about wine and self-taught in the sector, is the one who firmly holds the reins of the family business, applying the rules of biodynamic philosophy, and therefore trying to respect his land , nature, the environment and the ecosystem, so as to enhance the intrinsic peculiarities of the grapes and consequently bring them directly into the glass. However, the call of home has always been strong, and thanks to the flourishing activity of “negociant” he has been able to invest many resources in the development of the family estate in the Rhone valley, today a qualitative reference point in the area, with exceptional spearheads.

  • Maciarine


    The Maciarine are born in Seggiano in 2005 in an environment particularly suited to viticulture and of great landscape value. The first slightly sloping vineyards that descend towards the Orcia between 330 and 400 meters above sea level are planted immediately. About four hectares, half of which are oriented to the south and to the other half to the south / west. The blend consists largely of Sangiovese (90%), cabernet (5%) and petit verdot (5%) to soften it and enhance its aromas. The first vinification dates back to 2008. In 2015, Federico and Michela Vigni, very young - he graduated in Environmental Economics, she a student of architecture - in search of new experiences and attracted by a return to the origins of work linked to the territory, embarked on a search for land to be allocated to their future farm. By chance, in this strip of land, there is a garden of olive trees from Seggiano, olive groves, vineyards, cultivated fields, pastures and woods that descend from the hamlet of Poggioferro towards Orcia. A breathtaking panorama with the charm of the Borgo di Seggiano and the olive groves that draw the lower part of the Monta Amiata, the Castle of Potentino, that of the Velona, ​​Sant'Antimo and Sant'Angelo in Colle in the neighboring Montalcino and to end the splendid sunset on the village of Montenero. A nature shaped by the man who attributed to it the beauty that only its "expert hands" can create. The beauty of the landscape, the quality of the vineyard, the goodness of Montecucco wine and the prospect of growing a market not at the height of the product led Federico and Michela to invest in this new venture. Their first harvest was in 2015; the prospects are of a very high quality wine that adds to the excellent previous vintages already present in the cellar. The next steps will be the conversion to organic production and the construction of the new cellar.

  • Maculan


    The Maculan family has been selecting and making the best Breganze grapes, a charming village at the foot of the Asiago Plateau, for three generations. In a place particularly favorable to viticulture, thanks to the mild climate and thanks to the great fertility of the soils, both autochthonous varieties such as tai, friulano, vespaiolo or moscato arrive at perfect ripeness, as do international grapes such as cabernet sauvignon , merlot and chardonnay, which in the lands of Breganze have found the conditions to express themselves to the fullest. It all began in the mid-twentieth century, in 1947 with precision, thanks to the commitment and the will of Giovanni Maculan and his son Fausto who, with stubbornness and passion, started what is now a dynamic reality wine. Today Fausto's daughters, Angela and Maria Vittoria, enthusiastically support their father in the management of the company, which as of the beginning continues to produce wines full of personality, always elegant, particularly long-lived, extraordinary ambassadors of this patch of land in the province of Vicenza. Subdivided into various plots, at the moment the vineyards of which the company has available cover an area of ​​about forty hectares, of which twenty are owned and others twenty are rented. On soils of volcanic origin, where tufaceous and basaltic formations alternate, and exploiting optimal exposures, excellent fruits are bred and harvested. Bunches that are processed in the historic winery premises, located in the center of the village of Breganze: combining the most ancient traditions with modern enological technologies, the 700 thousand annual labels come to life, which respond to the names of "Dindarello", "Brentino", " Crosara "," Madoro "," Ferrata "and" Trevolti ", to name just a few. Wines that starting from Torcolato up to Spumanti, passing by the Bianchi, the Rossi and the Rosati, when they refer to the name "Maculan" they are bluntly the children of what is the highest excellence of Breganze and of the entire territory of Vicenza.

  • Madonna Nera

    Madonna Nera

    "The Madonna" is the ancient name of these hilly terrain, enveloped in an enchanted landscape, where nature and art come together with that incredible mastery that is a specific trademark of Tuscan civilization. Today the place is home to a young farm, recently created and inspired by the profound respect for the traditions of the land and the entrepreneurial taste for daring the new. The company covers six hectares of vineyards, two of which are located in the area of the Abbey of Sant’Antimo, used for the production of Brunello di Montalcino. Each row is introduced by a rose plant, as dictated by the most beautiful of the customs of those who cultivate the vine. All around grow olive trees and Mediterranean vegetation to decorate the garden.

  • Marcel Lapierre

    Marcel Lapierre

    Founded at the beginning of the century, in 1920, the family-run farm has been handed down from father to son for more than three generations, enjoying a privileged position in the heart of the Beaujolais vineyards, more precisely in the village of Villié- Morgon. Located in that disputed piece between Burgundy and Rhône, the vineyard extends over 16 hectares belonging to the renowned area of Morgon. It was since 1981, under the impulse of Jules Chauvet, a well-known researcher, that Marcel Lapierre decided to make wine without SO2 or selected yeasts and to grow his vines organically. Today, despite his death in 2010, the energy of the estate remains the same: in 2005, his sons Matthieu and Camille Lapierre joined the company alongside Marcel, understanding how to run the company according to the dictates of natural agriculture.

  • Marzadro


    The Marzadro Distillery is a vast and airy complex made of stone, wood and glass, which is expressed with its harmonious architecture immersed in the green of the vineyards. The Marzadro family entrusted the construction of the structure to the Bolzano-based architects Walter Maurmayr and Günther Plaickner, who, based on the concept of "contemporary craftsmanship", gave life to a completely integrated structure in the surrounding territory. The roof, for example, was covered with a green carpet made up of 60,000 pre-cultivated plants, belonging to the lichen species: a solution adopted not only for aesthetic reasons, but also to guarantee a better thermal insulation of the structure, and therefore allow an important energy saving. The high value of the new plant under the ecological profile is also highlighted by the orientation in the space of the buildings, which are in fact positioned to make the most of their position with respect to the sun. In addition to facilitating the penetration of sunlight, extensive use of glass in the construction of the plant contributes to creating a sort of continuity between the external and the internal environment. These were also used to create the striking glass and metal dome that houses the hall of stills inside. All the operational phases of the distillery are carried out which were previously dispersed in various locations scattered between Rovereto and the neighboring municipalities. The new structure consists of three buildings, dedicated respectively to production and storage, to the storage of the pomace and to the administrative offices.

  • Masciarelli


    The very symbol of Abruzzo and its wines, that of Masciarelli is a reality that was born in 1978 thanks to the passion for the vineyard and for the wine, inherited from the paternal grandfather, of Gianni Masciarelli. A challenge that over the years has been largely won and has led to some of the most significant wines in the history of the region. A key moment of this journey is to be found at the end of the 1980s, when Gianni meets Marina. A private and professional bond that has led to further growth and the birth of one of the most representative lines of Masciarelli, dedicated to her: that of Marina Cvetic, now listed among the 4 company lines, divided into 14 labels for a total production of over two million bottles. From the initial 2.5 hectares the company has in fact been able to grow up to the current 320, scattered in 14 municipalities in the provinces of Chieti, Teramo, Pescara and L'Aquila. Very different vineyards, with soils with specific characteristics, rich in minerals, placed at various altitudes from the sea to the mountains, cultivated both following the traditional pergola breeding and the guyot row. Land exposed to different climatic conditions that produce specific and different expressions of the vines cultivated in them, enhancing their respective peculiarities. The numbers, however, must not be confused, in fact all the production stands out for the average quality that it manages to express. In the production philosophy of Masciarelli great importance has always been recognized to the territory and to its culture and wine making tradition, which is why since the early years Gianni Masciarelli has bet on the potential of those vines that spoke the language of its people: the montepulciano and the trebbiano . Yesterday like today.

  • Masottina


    The territory and the care of every single detail are the key elements of the Masottina production philosophy. The history of the Dal Bianco family is closely linked to these magnificent hills and it is here that every aspect of tradition is reinterpreted in a modern and exalted key through a rigorous commitment to every area of ​​production. In the vineyard precision viticulture is put into practice based on simple and effective principles: balance, regularity and organoleptic integrity. The vineyards, the emblem of the family, are conducted according to the best agronomic techniques to obtain the best possible plant quality. During these years, in fact, the work in the Masottina vineyards has been able to count on the knowledge of the territory of the second generation and of the technical company staff, because grapes with unique characteristics are born only when the terroir and the diversity of slope, soils and soil are respected. exposures of the slopes of Conegliano. The authentic approach of Masottina, however, does not stop only with the management of the vineyard. In the Masottina system, the cellar is that element that helps to achieve the best possible quality by representing the highest level of the production philosophy desired by the Dal Bianco family. Here an enology of respect is practiced, attentive to detail and favored by a state-of-the-art gravitational winemaking structure, designed to safeguard the organoleptic characteristics of each variety. What happens in the vineyard with precision viticulture, finds its authenticity once it becomes wine. This oenology has the aim of enhancing the uniqueness of this territory, with the elegance and finesse of a style considered at the top of Italy's best wine production.

  • Matusalem


    In 1872, the founders, Benjamin and Eduardo Camp and their partner Evaristo Alvarez believed that the key to making the rum with the finest flavor was under a process of patient aging. The name, Matusalem, derives from the old Spanish proverb, “This is older than Matusalem.” Matusalem being the patriarch of the old testament who lived for 969 years. Matusalem Rum was founded in Santiago de Cuba in 1872. Almost immediately flocks of Barn Swallows nested in the barrel aging warehouses. The Barn Swallow, or in Spanish, Golondrina, was a smooth-flying bird common to the area of Santiago de Cuba. Throughout the day it seemed Barn Swallows were everywhere, flying in and out of the aging warehouses. The swallow was also considered a free flying spirit, possessing beauty and elegance. The Matusalem founders thought it was an appropriate symbol and ultimately a most fitting logo for the Brand. For over 145yrs the Matusalem’s recipe is derived from a Spanish technique traditionally used for the craft of the finest brandy, sherry and cognacs. This patient process called “Solera” creates a softer rum and with greater flavor than the rums of the competition. Rum blends of varying ages are organized into a system of tiered casks. Oldest at base, youngest on top. Number of tiers depends on master blender’s formula and style. It is the marrying of older rums with the younger rums. The longer the aging/blending, the better. The Solera number on the bottle indicates the average age of the rums used in the blend. Today there are no more than six competitive rum brands from around the world that use Solera aging and mixture.

  • Maxime Ponson

    Maxime Ponson

    Maxime Ponson is not even thirty, but he has grit to sell and determination. At the age of twenty he began working a small portion of his father's vineyard, Pascal Ponson (who died prematurely last year), asking him that this was a sort of inheritance from him in advance, we are talking about one hectare and three. He accuses his father of having a too traditional vision in the vineyard; since 2009, Maxime, in his small vine garden, does not use systemic products, no chemicals, only nature. A small space has been created for himself in the family cellar. It is here that he vinifies his few thousand bottles overall in La Petite Montagne, the name of this slightly secluded part of the area, where the soils are mostly sandy and crumbly and give the Champagne freshness and great drinkability.

  • Meierer


    The Meierer winery is located in the quiet municipality of Kesten, in the heart of the Moselle wine region, famous for giving away the best expressions of Riesling. The history of the Meierer family is ancient and the first documents certifying its wine-growing activity from a production point of view date back to 1767. The hectares of vines are 7 and develop on the typical hilly terrain with steep slopes. Although the grape yield per hectare in the region is regulated in 120 quintals, from Meierer never exceeds 70 quintals, confirming the continuous qualitative research that characterizes this producer. In addition to the two in Kesten, where the winery is based, the remaining five hectares are located in the Paulinsberg and Paulinshofberg Crus and in total are divided into 28 parcels individually analyzed and treated according to the different characteristics. History, tradition, but also innovation linked to constant quality make this “weingut” a small jewel in a territory that one cannot but love.

  • Michele Chiarlo

    Michele Chiarlo

    The Michele Chiarlo company was founded in 1956 by Michele Chiarlo in Calamandrana, in the heart of the Asti area, producing the first vintage of Barolo in 1958. During the following years the winery, strictly family run, developed considerably, thanks to the important purchases made in the best areas of the Langhe, winning, in 1987 and 1989, land in Cerequio and Cannubi. Today the company is spread over approximately 110 hectares of vines, of which 60 are owned and the remaining 50 with long-term lease agreements, giving rise to just over one million bottles. The management is entrusted to the sons of Michele, Alberto and Stefano: the first deals with commercial development, while the second is an oenologist. Only native grapes are grown in the vineyards, concentrating on Nebbiolo, Barbera, Cortese and Moscato; in the cellar the philosophy aims to enhance the characteristics that distinguish the grape contextualized in a given terroir, looking for red wines to use wood moderately, refining the various crus according to the traditional method, in large barrels or tonneaux. The fundamental objective pursued by Michele Chiarlo is that of sustainability, a concept dear to the family since the 1990s, when the first applications of integrated pest control, selective pesticides and other natural practices began. A virtuous path, which is renewed over time: in 2007 in fact a project was started, recognized by the Ministry of the Environment, which aims at the total sustainability of the supply chain, up to the consumers' table. The Chiarlo are dynamic people, attentive to modern times, as evidenced by the ambitious hospitality project inaugurated with the "Palais Cerequio", an ideal accommodation facility for those who want to enjoy a few days of rest in a world where wine is the absolute protagonist . Twenty excellent labels in total, from Barolo to Barbaresco, from Gavi to Barbera: bottles which, sip by sip and harvest after harvest, are confirmed in the Olympus of the best Italian wines.

  • Miniére F&R

    Miniére F&R

    The Maison was founded by great-grandfather Alfred in 1919 with its own press and the wines produced were sold to the négociants. Our grandparents and parents continued the activity and in 2005, after studying oenology and with many years of work and experience, we decided to vinify our cuvées in wood and to enhance our exceptional heritage, about 8 hectares of vineyards located in Hermonville, on the side of a hill facing south, southeast, ideally sunny. The sandy soils in the upper and sandy-clay part in the lower part are draining and minerals and force the roots to sink to feed the vineyard with mineral elements. We grow about 2 hectares of Chardonnay, 1.5 of Pinot Noir and the rest of Pinot Meunier. The age of the vine varies from 15 to 65 years and the grapes are of great quality. All our wines are vinified in barriques of various ages to enhance the different characteristics and after the "mise en bouteille" they mature for a period of 5/6 years, while the vintage ones for 10 years or more. We try to enhance the potential of the vineyard and work it with the utmost respect: we use organic soil conditioners, we work the soil and we cover certain parcels. Equally we fight in an ecological way against pests or diseases of the vineyard and we strive to preserve the natural balance and biodiversity that is so dear to us.

  • Mirabella


    So here we are in Rodengo Saiano, in the province of Brescia: it is here where you meet the Mirabella winery, which originally stands on the structure of what was the old spinning mill of the town, and which owes its name to the homonymous locality where the initial 11 hectares of vineyards owned by the company. Initially born as a social cooperative, Mirabella was transformed in the early 1980s into an Agricultural Company, and over time has seen its cellar spaces expand, which are today efficient and functional and above all constantly guarantee the most optimal levels of temperature and humidity useful for the evolution of Franciacortas in aging on the yeasts in the bottle. Today, in total, the vineyard area reaches about fifty hectares, and among the rows dominate the classic varieties from which Franciacortine bubbles are obtained, such as pinot noir, pinot bianco and chardonnay. Both in the vineyard and in the cellar, the production philosophy is set towards eco-compatibility and low environmental impact, so the energy used comes 100% from renewable sources. The result of all this is given by labels of the highest level.

  • Mocine Società Coop. Agr.

    Mocine Società Coop. Agr.

    Mocine, an agricultural cooperative organization, is really first class. In the area of Chiusure di Asciano we produce and bottle organic extra virgin olive oil and quality wines like Mocine, Otto Rintocchi e S´Indora, which come from a long selection of precious grapes: Sangiovese, Colorino and two old local varieties, Foglia Tonda and Barsaglina. The atmosphere of Mocine lends a special flavour to the products of the land, man and nature being inextricably linked. But Mocine is not only The Crete Senesi. Cascina Santa Marta, a traditional farmhouse set in the heart of Milan´s southern Country Park, is another jewel. Here we offer products of local agriculture and cattle breeding, together with new activities connected to the discovery of the area. Following the methods of eco-friendly agriculture, we grow rice, in the two varieties of Carnaroli and Arborio, sweetcorn, pumpkins, tomatoes, zucchini, chicory, beans, apples, peaches and all the products typical of the area.

  • Mulini di Segalari

    Mulini di Segalari

    Abandoned lands, dilapidated ruins, a small stream always generous with water, bursting nature in a soft valley near the sea. In 2002 the project to recover this wonderful place started, vineyards were planted, the ancient mills of the 18th century were restored and life and energy were restored to this forgotten place. The vineyards, 2.7 hectares, in the hills from 90 to 120 meters above sea level, follow the natural slope of the land, straddling a knoll, and are oriented north-south, optimizing the illumination of the sun. No forcing on the vines, no fertilization, pushed to feed themselves, sinking their roots in search of water and nutrients. Grapes are truly produced only from vines, capable of expressing the essence of the territory. Natural energies are supported, adding nothing extraneous, trying to obtain the most sincere and intact wine from the place and from the vines. All this without expecting anything more than what nature can offer, which is really a lot.

  • Oddero


    Poderi e Cantine Oddero is one of the historical brands among the Barolo producers. The company has roots that date back to the end of the eighteenth century, when the ancestors of our family started making wine on their own. The cellars, located in the hamlet of Santa Maria di La Morra rise on a natural terrace and cast their gaze over the Langhe hills. Immersed in a sea of ​​well-kept vineyards, our company cultivates 35 hectares of the best Langhe and Asti cheeses from which it obtains the excellence of Piedmontese wines: Barolo, Barbaresco, Langhe Nebbiolo, Dolcetto d'Alba, Barbera d'Alba, Barbera d'Asti and Moscato.

    Ancient wisdom and updated production techniques. Tenacity, patience, respect for the raw material and the territory. Producing wines for us means taking care of every detail: from winter pruning to spring green operations, from thinning to harvest, until crushing, fermentation and long aging. Quality is a value that is discovered in the details.

  • Petit Camusat

    Petit Camusat

    The Maison is run by Frèderic and Evelyne Petit-Camusat, husband and wife, who produce a single cuvée in about ten thousand bottles a year, in a tiny village in the Aube. A small oenological gem, a Champagne made exclusively from Pinot Blanc grapes, the seventh allowed in the AOC specification (Pinot maunier; Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, Arbanne, Petit Meslier, Fromenteau and Pinot Blanc). The cultivated Pinot Noir grape is sold entirely.

  • Pfitscher


    Viticulturists by passion: in this way we could summarize the spirit that animates the Pfitscher, a South Tyrolean family that deals with viticulture with untiring commitment and total dedication. We are in Montagna, just south of Bolzano, in Alto Adige, a region that continues to surprise us with the average quality of the wines it manages to express year after year, season after season. It is here where, in the midst of a transversal excellence made up of innumerable productive realities, Pfitscherhof becomes a significant interpreter of the territory, thanks to a path taken back about ten years ago, and which currently continues thanks to the work and the total attention in respect of the 'environment. The Pfitscher family winery is, in fact, certified "CasaClima Wine", a seal that evaluates the environmental compatibility of the building, the living comfort, the consumption of energy and water in the production of wines, from the choice of packaging to the impact of their transport. Currently, there are about seven hectares of vineyards managed by the winery, which can boast some of the best plots of the entire southern area of ​​the Upper Agide. Among the rows of vines, plant management is conventional, but the main objective is never lost sight of: minimizing any artificial intervention, in order to harvest pure, concentrated and natural grapes. In the cellar, the most modern technologies find space in those that are the premises of the new estate, built from scratch in 2011, following rational and sustainable principles, which led to the creation of a structure perfectly inserted in the landscape context, suggestively overlooking above those that are the precious Pinot Nero vineyards owned by the company. Since 1861, through over a century and a half and handing down knowledge and know-how from father to son for seven generations, this is how the Pfitscher wines come to life. From Pinot Nero "Matan" to "Fuchsleiten", from Sauvignon Blanc "Saxum" to Pinot Blanc "Langefeld", passing through the Gewürztraminer "Stoass", they are bottles, the ones that come from the Alto Adige wine cellar, expression of the natural life force of the vineyard, and symbol of the maximum and genuine purity that can be found in wine.

  • Philipponnat


    It's been just under five centuries, and exactly since 1522, that the Philipponnat family owns vineyard plots in the lands of the French region of Champagne. From generation to generation, handing down the savoir-faire inherited from their predecessors, the maison continues today to engage in respect of the most ancient traditional values, so as to arrive at the elaboration of original and excellent wines on the one hand, and at the same time also generous. and simple. Located in Mareuil-sur-Ay, a Premier Cru village in the Vallée de la Marne which is east of Epernay, bordering the other great area of ​​Champagne, the Côte des Blancs, the Philipponnat Maison can currently count on over twenty hectares owned vineyards, cultivated almost entirely with pinot noir, and extended between the Premier Cru villages of Mareuil-sur-Ay, Mutigny, Avenay-Val-d'Or and Ay, the latter, instead, the Grand Cru village of the Vallée de la Marne. Of all the plots, the Maison has a monopoly on the famous "Clos des Goisses", an exceptional vineyard of just over five hectares, in which the particularly steep slopes, the total southern exposure and the very chalky subsoil, give life to Champagne endowed with great minerality and freshness. Purchased in 1997 by the BCC group and since 2000 managed by Charles Philipponnat, the Maison has always pursued a single and main objective, aimed at creating the finest exquisitely balanced Champagne between structure and freshness, while using the minimum indispensable dosage levels. In the cellar, according to the Maison's tradition, the Solera aging method is used for reserve wines, which after maturing in oak barrels are added to the non-vintage ones in the proportion of a quarter, so as to maintain the trace of each bottle in each bottle. thousandths assembled since the beginning of the company. Starting from the Brut Royal Réserve, up to the Blanc de Noir and the "Cuvée 1522", a "secret", that of the Solera, handed down over the centuries, of chief cellar master in wine cellar chief, so as to make Philipponnat - as if not already all the rest was enough - one of the most prestigious maisons of the entire Champagne.

  • Pian delle Querci

    Pian delle Querci

    Pian delle Querci is located on the hills adjacent to the Municipality of Montalcino, it cultivates its vineyards on a mixed clay soil, very rich in skeleton at an average height of 250 meters. s.l.m. The Pinti family has been in the world of agriculture for four generations. Pian delle Querci extends over 50 hectares of which 8.5 hectares are planted with vineyards, 6 of which are Brunello D.O.C.G. with an annual production of 38,000 bottles, 2 to Rosso di Montalcino D.O.C. with an annual production of 14,000 bottles and 0.5 in Santantimo with an annual production of 4,000 bottles, the vine is trained on a low spurred cordon, 70 cm, obtained by short pruning, with 2 buds, of a variable number of croissants per vine, which allows to obtain a low yield per hectare according to the disciplinary. It is a family-run business but with a highly experienced winemaker like Pinti Vittorio. In the cellar no types of yeasts are used, the controlled fermentations are very long and are done in steel vats, after the wine is placed in wood, in large 50 Hl Slavonian oak barrels.

  • Pierre Brigandat

    Pierre Brigandat

    Company located in the Aube, in Channes. Carried out by Pierre Brigandat's son following in his father's footsteps and teachings. Only 60,000 bottles produced from 8.4 hectares of property. The main grape variety here is Pinot Noir, less refined, more scratchy than the rest of Champagne, but also more meaty.

  • Pighin


    It was 1963, the year in which the brothers Luigi, Ercole and Fernando Pighin bought an estate of about two hundred hectares in Risano, in the province of Udine and part of the denomination of origin Friuli Grave. A few years later, exactly in 1968, another estate of thirty hectares was purchased and belonging to the Collio DOC. In this way, in a short time, after renovating the farms both in the vineyards and in the wine-making and aging rooms, the Pighin brothers came to offer a range of labels among the most interesting and renowned in Friuli Venezia Giulia. Since 2004 managed exclusively by Fernando Pighin, the winery continues to be conducted with passion and initial enthusiasm. Working only the grapes coming from the vineyards of the property, the winery possesses the total and full control over every production step, starting from the rows up to the bottling and marketing of the wines. In the vineyard, respect for the environment, nature and the ecosystem is at its maximum, so from the approximately 180 hectares of total vineyards, season after season, grapes are harvested that are prized, sincere and concentrated in all their organoleptic nuances, which translate punctually in an annual average that reaches the million bottles. Staggering numbers, for a company that, despite being one of the largest and most important in the whole of Friuli and beyond, remains strictly a family business, and above all manages to guarantee the highest quality levels in every single label. In the cellar, using the most modern and advanced technologies currently available in the wine industry, the bottles of the Pighin winery are born. From Friulano to Refosco, from Picolit to Ribolla Gialla, from Malvasia to international and sparkling wines, they are all wines, those from Pighin, sons of ancestral values, the fruit of a fertile land and result of traditions made of fatigue, sweat and deep respect for nature.

  • Poderi Luigi Einaudi

    Poderi Luigi Einaudi

    The history of the "Poderi Luigi Einaudi" began in 1897, when Luigi Einaudi, just twenty-three, bought the Cascina "San Giacomo" not far from the town of Dogliani. Parallel to his didactic and political path, it seems that even as President of the Republic Luigi Einaudi did not lose even a vintage, managing to deliver to the Piedmontese Langhe a model company for its time: one hundred hectares, of which twenty cultivated with vines, built practically from scratch. A story that thanks to the interest of one of his sons - the only one to maintain a strong bond with his native lands - has continued over the years, and that today has been handed down to his nephew, Matteo Sardagna. Currently, the vineyard surface has exceeded fifty hectares, for a conventional agronomic management entrusted to the direction of Giampiero Romana. In the cellar, under the oenological signature of Lorenzo Raimondi, labels are produced based on a firm conviction: a great wine can only come from a large vineyard and a large terroir. So here is that in the process of vinification and refinement, the numerous attentions and scrupulous monitoring of each production step, are aimed at pursuing a primary objective: to enhance and enhance by means of human work what nature has created. Then we find the Dolcetto "Vigna Tecc", the Barolo "Cannubi" and the Barolo "Vigna Costa Grimaldi", followed by Barbaresco, Barbera, Nebbiolo, Pinot Grigio and all the others. Reds, whites and rosés, to be included among the best Italian wines, for a winery, that of Poderi Luigi Einaudi, able to tell not only the territory of Dogliani, thanks to its Dolcetto, but also able to sum up all the excellence oenology of the Langhe, thanks to the numerous plots corresponding to some of the most prestigious cru belonging to the denominations of Barolo and Barbaresco. A production of great class, able to combine tradition and modernity like few others today are able to do.

  • Poderi Sanguineto

    Poderi Sanguineto

    The Poderi Sanguineto company was founded in 1958 when Federico Forsoni decided to buy the farms located between Montepulciano and Acquaviva in the province of Siena. He immediately falls in love with this corner of paradise, made up of 35 hectares of land on the hills of Acquaviva and where he decides to move. Currently the company has about 50 hectares of which 6 hectares of vineyard land. Poderi Sanguineto I and II is a winery that makes the link to tradition its strong point. Aware of how strong the bond with the earth is, the energies are dedicated to the care and respect of the vineyard as a living creature, accompanying the natural growth cycle of the plant without any kind of invasive intervention. No systemic and anti-tridic products are used, no exaggerated fertilization and no preventive treatment, interventions only when diseases occur using only sulfur and copper. This process certainly makes cultivation in the vineyard more difficult and demanding, but it guarantees the creation of a product that respects nature and the territory. All the production processes adopted in the cellar are oriented towards the utmost respect for tradition, starting with natural fermentation with native strains, up to aging in large oak barrels. The utmost care for the product and respect for tradition are devoted to the production of one of the wines considered the emblem of Italian production, the Vino Nobile di Montepulciano.

  • Poggio di Sotto

    Poggio di Sotto

    The Poggio di Sotto estate was born in 1989 and is located on a hill south-east of Montalcino. Since its foundation, the estate has become famous for the high quality of Sangiovese cultivation, quickly achieving considerable success. Located in Castelnuovo dell'Abate, at the foot of Monte Amiata, the steep vineyards on the south-facing slopes grow at altitudes between 200 and 400 meters.

  • Pol Roger

    Pol Roger

    La Maison Pol Roger, located at number 44 of the Avenue de Champagne in the French municipality of Epernay, is located in what the British politician Winston Churchill has defined as "the most delicious and drinkable address in the world". Founded around the second half of the nineteenth century, in 1849 due to its accuracy, the winery owes its name to its namesake founder, scion of a famous family of notaries. Set on precise, rigorous and well-defined strategies, right from the start Pol Roger has chosen to specialize in the production of Champagne Brut Vintage, highly suited to aging, which immediately met with numerous appreciations and special favors for fans and lovers of the genre , French and not only. Today it remains one of the very few fashion houses still led by the family of origin, Pol Roger continues to firmly pursue those that from the very beginning were the sales leaders that constituted the company philosophy: selecting and vinifying only the best chardonnay grapes, pinot noir and pinot meunier, in order to obtain wines, and then cuvée, which are able to celebrate the utmost excellence of what is Champagne with its sparkling wines. It is in this way that for over a century and a half the Maison has been developing and distributing an excellent and varied range of Champagne, which have been exalted over time by illustrious figures, such as Winston Churchill, to whom the same Pol Roger has dedicated a prestigious cuvée, first called White Foil while today better known as Cuvée Churchill. Characterized by gentleness and softness, all the Champagne labeled Pol Roger are made from wines that have carried out the malolactic fermentation process, during which the malic acid, hard, strong and angular, by means of bacteria turns into lactic acid, plus soft, velvety and delicate, consequently giving wines that stand out for their ample scents, elegance and refinement.

  • Poli


    The history of the Jacopo Poli distillery begins at the end of the nineteenth century, with precision in 1898, the year in which Jacopo Poli's great-grandfather had the idea of ​​combining his already started and flourishing production of straw hats with the activity of distillation. Since then, from father to son, from generation to generation, a long way has been traveled and over the years the Jacopo Poli distillery has imperiously established itself, making it clear and above all managing to make people appreciate the passion, fatigue and tenacity that are enclosed behind the birth of a distillate. In the heart of the Veneto region, in Schiavon, near Bassano del Grappa, the Jacopo Poli distillery, with its porticoed structure typical of ancient Venetian rural homes, is now a historical architectural-environmental asset. We are in what can be considered the most famous stage for what concerns the art of distillation, since Veneto has for centuries been the most renowned Italian region for what concerns the production of grape brandy. The distillation system adopted by the Jacopo Poli distillery is among the oldest still in operation: composed of small boilers completely made of copper, as per tradition, it works both with steam and in a water bath with a discontinuous cycle. The spirits produced, all obtained from healthy and fresh raw materials, are handcrafted and distinguished by a refined elegance. Strictly and constantly following every production phase, without ever neglecting even what at any other distillery could be considered as the most insignificant of details, distillates really come to light that really satisfy all the palates of the most demanding lovers of the genre. From Grappas to Fruit Distillates, up to liqueurs, Jacopo Poli offers a range suitable for all tastes, while always maintaining the highest quality standards it offers.

  • Poliziano


    Extraordinary Tuscan reality, the Poliziano farm represents the excellence of the territory and the wines of Montepulciano, in the province of Siena. Born in 1961 from a first nucleus of 22 hectares of vineyards, over the years it has grown to reach the current 120 hectares, all planted with vines. A dynamic reality, able to combine tradition and modernity like few others, whose name is a tribute to the humanist and poet Angelo Ambrogini known as the "Poliziano", who was born in Montepulciano. Always owned by the Carletti family and currently managed by Federico Carletti, who has held the reins for almost forty years, the company has undergone various stages of renewal, so it has systematically compared itself with the most advanced oenological and agronomic techniques. In the vineyard, the plants grow at an altitude that varies between 280 and 450 meters above sea level, and the soils are particularly suited to the cultivation of the vine, with their mixed composition of clay, tuff and stone. In the cellar, vinification, maturation and aging are all carefully followed, taking advantage of a savoir faire of over half a century. All the wines of Poliziano recall the historical tradition of the territory, but at the same time they were able to gain international fame and prestige. Theirs is a long story: born in the 80s, they keep the original labels but have been refined and evolved always pursuing the goal of uncompromising quality. Each wine, from Rosso di Montepulciano to the award-winning Vino Nobile "Asinone", is mainly made from Sangiovese grapes, called in the area with the historic name of "prugnolo gentile". Not only, however, recently, with the name "Terre di Poliziano", some wines have been conceived outside the historic production center, so today the labels of the winery also come from Cortona, home to some of the best international varieties of the whole Tuscany, and from Scansano, where the Sangiovese itself has shown an unexpected Mediterranean vocation.

  • Produttori del Barbaresco

    Produttori del Barbaresco

    It was already known in the late 1800s that the Nebbiolo, in the Barbaresco area, had very different characteristics from other areas of Piedmont. For this reason the then principal of the enology school of Alba, Domizio Cavazza, who lived in Barbaresco, decided to bring together some winegrowers and producers to found a social winery that could produce a different wine, given that the Nebbiolo grapes of that area began to flow into what would later become the name of Barolo. It was exactly 1894, the year in which the "Cantine Sociali di Barbaresco" were created, for the "production of luxury and meal wines". Initially composed of nine winegrowers, the cooperative began making wine by exploiting the wineries belonging to the company of the same principal Domizio Cavazza, who, in agreement with the other partners, chose to give the wine the same name as the town: Barbaresco. The cellar remained under the guidance of Cavazza until 1913, the year in which the principal died. Subsequently, the cooperative, after another seven years of activity, had to close in 1920, in the middle of the fascist era. After the war, however, it was the parish priest of Barbaresco, Don Fiorino Marengo, who in 1958 decided to take up the reins of the project started by Cavazza, refounding the town's wine cellar with the name "Produttori del Barbaresco", and bringing together about twenty winemakers who convinced of the quality of the nebbiolo of their vines, chose to join together "for the qualification and guarantee of Barbaresco". Since then, the "Produttori del Barbaresco" has enjoyed years of full success, currently has over fifty member members, and has around one hundred hectares of vineyards, exclusively planted with Nebbiolo and equal to about 1/6 of the entire area of origin. Thanks to the constant dedication of all the winegrowers belonging to the cooperative, the "Produttori del Barbaresco" is not only considered for some time among the most prestigious wineries in the territory of the Piedmontese Langhe, but is even often taken as an example of one of the best cooperatives of the whole world.

  • Prunotto


    It was the beginning of the 20th century, 1904 to be precise, when the social cellar "Ai Vini delle Langhe" was founded in Serralunga d'Alba which, however, after a little less than twenty years began to have serious budget problems and was put into liquidation. In 1922, Alfredo Prunotto chose to take over the company, giving it its name at the same time. Since then, year after year, success has been uninterrupted, and the Prunotto winery has started exporting wines all over the world. In 1954, the same Alfredo Prunotto decided to cede the company to his winemaker friend Beppe Colla, who in his turn, in 1994, chose to sell the winery to the family of the Marchesi Antinori. Currently, the Prunotto estate covers a total area of ​​about fifty hectares of vineyards, divided between some of the best Piedmontese wine areas, such as Bussia, Bric Turot and Costamiole. Among the rows, the vines are treated with rigor and perseverance, raised as if they were children, and cultivated in full respect of the environment, nature and ecosystem. In the cellar, while relying on the most modern enological technologies, the main objective is always to enhance and enhance what the season and the territory have been able to express in the fruit. It is in this way that the Prunotto wine company comes to propose an important range of labels, divided between the classic line and the line of selections, the latter created to enhance the individual crus. From Barolo to Barbaresco, passing through Grignolino, Roero and Moscato d'Asti, one arrives at Barbera and Dolcetto: this is how the Prunotto wines are distinguished by one of the most prized Piedmontese and enologically speaking names. for years they have become famous interpreters of some of the most prestigious denominations of all of Piedmont and beyond, proving to be profoundly elegant and extremely refined.

  • Regnard


    Maison Régnard is one of the oldest and most prestigious wineries in the whole of French Burgundy. Founded in the second half of the nineteenth century, in 1860 to be precise, the winery was born at the hands of Zéphir Régnard, and above all it is to be considered at the moment one of the most important Burgundy wine-producing enterprises, possessing several vineyard plots in the region of the Mâconnais, or in the area further south of Burgundy, from which it derives those that can be considered as some of the best Chablis of the whole world. The beating heart of the maison is, however, to be identified with the appellation Pouilly Fuissé AOC, in whose territory is located the main operating center of the company, still rooted in the historic Clos du Pavillon, whose cellars date back to 18th century, as far back as 1755 to be exact. Passed in 1984 into the hands of the De Ladoucette family, the maison, precisely following the change of ownership, went through an important period of recovery and restructuring, during which both the castle and the vineyards were restored, including seven plots they are classified as Grand Cru. In the vineyard, every working phase is aimed at respecting the environment, nature and ecosystem, and the vines are meticulously cared for, so as to arrive at collecting valuable, concentrated and straightforward grapes. In the cellar, using the most modern enological technologies and innovating the production processes without ever outclassing the oldest territorial traditions, and above all always remaining in the wake of what has established itself over the centuries as the typical style of the cellar, have been producing wines for years renowned all over the world. With labels characterized by great elegance and a passage in wood always punctually measured and calibrated to the chisel, the most evident peculiarities of the single crus are never prevailed, and every smaller organoleptic nuance is exalted in simply extraordinary wines.

  • Reverdito


    The Reverdito winery's production philosophy is based on two important assumptions: excellent work in the vineyard, which brings clusters of exceptional quality; and the use, for the refinement, of vats and large woods (40 and 50 hectoliters) of the highest quality. Each nebbiolo cru from Barolo - there are seven in total - is vinified separately and differently, depending on the distinctive features and characteristics of the vineyard of origin. Nebbiolo grapes grown in the Reverdito vineyards are left free to express their most authentic nature and their terroir of origin in the cellar, to give rise to seven labels of Barolo with profoundly different traits. The vats and large barrels alternate in the cool shade of the cellar, to which, starting in 2016, some concrete amphorae are added.

  • Rocca di Castagnoli

    Rocca di Castagnoli

    Rocca di Castagnoli is an ancient Medieval fortress from which the hamlet of Castagnoli originated. This place has historically been owned by numerous families with noble coat of arms, and among these the Tempi (whose coat of arms still represents the company) and the Ricasoli. The winery, already present in the eighteenth century, has always been the economic center of the village and has always stood out for its great production quality, as evidenced by the visit, in 1773, of Grand Duke Pietro Leopoldo who praised the excellent management, the innovation and maintenance with which the land was conducted. In 1924 Rocca di Castagnoli became part of the farms that give life to the Chianti Classico Wine Consortium. Since 1981 our family has established itself by carrying out important works of replanting vineyards and renovating buildings, cellar and medieval fortress, collecting the baton of the previous historical properties giving continuity to the productive quality expressed in previous centuries. The village of Castagnoli rises from the heart of the Chianti Classico, on a hill that the Etruscans already knew very well, from there it dominates the surrounding valley from a hillock that brings back mind to ancient times, surrounded by woods, vineyards and olive trees. The company covers about 850 hectares of property with altimetric profiles ranging from 860 meters (Colle di Monte Luco) to 380 meters. The hectares of vines are 92, mainly Sangiovese, the base grape of the highly prized Tuscan wines produced. In 1981 important renovations were carried out at the Villa and at the Rocca with innovative processing criteria in the vineyards and in the cellar. A wine-making cellar was created, while the cellars of the medieval fortress were used for aging in wood, the barricaia, consisting of the best French oak woods, aimed at obtaining wines of great personality, elegance, complexity and balance from enjoy over time.

  • Rocca di Montemassi

    Rocca di Montemassi

    Rocca di Montemassi is a magnificent estate set in the Tuscan Maremma, in the heart of a unique territory located between the Tyrrhenian coast and the last offshoots of the metalliferous hills. Here wine becomes the protagonist of the story of a sunny land, guarded by the Butteri, which plunges into the blue of the sea, between the green of the vineyards and the gold of the wheat, between Maremma cows and galloping horses. Owned by the Zonin family since 1999, it covers an area of ​​430 hectares, of which 160 are occupied by vineyards, within the production area of ​​Monteregio di Massa Marittima DOC. The particular microclimate, influenced by the nearby Tyrrhenian Sea, combined with the mineral composition of the land, is perfect for practicing viticulture oriented towards quality and territorial adherence. In the vineyards of the property the protagonist varieties are Sangiovese and Vermentino, but there are also noble international cultivars such as Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Syrah and Viognier, which in these highly suited lands have always found the ideal conditions to express your own character. The management of the vineyard, inspired by ancient farming traditions, has as its primary objective the vegetative balance, so as to transport bunches to the cellar at their maximum varietal potential. The new cellar, built after a careful restoration of the existing structures, is surrounded by vineyards, maritime pines, olive trees and a small natural lake, making it perfectly integrated with the environment. In 2018 Rocca di Montemassi obtained the EQUALITAS Certification, an important recognition of the path of environmental, ethical and economic sustainability undertaken over the years.

  • Rocche dei Manzoni

    Rocche dei Manzoni

    Founded in 1974 by Valentino Migliorini, the Rocche dei Manzoni company is based in Monforte d’Alba, in the Manzoni area. A complex structured on several premises that integrates perfectly with the splendid hilly landscape of Langa. A place where art, culture and music come together to create a unique journey to discover the great thousandths of Langa. 50 hectares located within the municipality of Monforte. An indissoluble bond, that with the hills, which has led the company to consider only acquisitions within the municipality. At the basis of the production philosophy there is the will to intervene as little as possible in the cellar processing. However, this does not mean giving up a style. That of Rocche dei Manzoni has always been true to itself and is based on the use of new barriques for red wines. Over the years Rodolfo has understood how to properly assimilate wood with wine and this is why in 2008 he introduced cement eggs. Thanks to their use, the company has managed to find its keystone to obtain even more elegant and silky wines.

  • Rotari


    Between history and legend, Rotari takes its name from the Lombard King Rotari, who fought some of the most important battles in the conquest of Italy in Trentino Alto Adige. Rotari grows its own Chardonnay and Pinot Nero grapes in Trentino, an uncontaminated environment with an ideal mountain climate to obtain complex Trentodoc sparkling wines, elegant and refined, with unrepeatable aromas elsewhere. Rotari follows the ancient and refined production technique of the Classic Method, strengthened by the vocation of the Trentino area and its vine-growing tradition, as also guaranteed by the prestige of the Trentodoc seal. A Trentodoc sparkling wine is ideal as an aperitif, but also a perfect companion to the most refined Mediterranean cuisine.

  • Sabatini Gin

    Sabatini Gin

    Love Tuscany and love good Gin. The two things may not seem so connected, to those who are not experts in this distillate, because few know that the best Juniper, used for the production of many high quality Gins, comes from Tuscany. Here, in Teccognano, a fraction of Cortona, in the province of Arezzo, the Sabatini, a family very close to this land, have decided to make this bond even closer, to raise, so to speak, the degree of Tuscanity of Gin. How? Using not only the juniper but also a whole range of botanicals grown mainly on the family property and in the surrounding areas, to create an excellent London Dry Gin that brings with it the scents and suggestions of the Tuscan hills. Always looking for the best, they contact Charles Maxwell, of Thames Distillers, one of the leading experts in the sector, heir to eleven generations of London distillers. Maxwell, in collaboration with the Sabatini family, oversaw the choice of botanicals and their combination, creating a recipe that, respecting the rules of classic English distillation, also offers a sensory experience that immediately brings back to Tuscany.

  • Sadi Malot

    Sadi Malot

    An enclave of white grapes, in the red Mountains of Reims: Villers-Marmery and Trépail are the two villages that deny the dominion of Pinot Noir, in favor of Chardonnay. Sadi Malot produces Champagne of fruit and freshness in a classic style. The family range is wide and rich in cuvées, but whether it is simpler products, or vintage, the style is always the same, concreteness and substance above all else. The classic as it should always be, in search of drinkability and fragrance. Starting in the spring of 2020, the family decided to graphically revisit the labels and change the names of the cuvées, also thanks to the contribution of their daughter Cindy.

  • San Felice

    San Felice

    The farm San Felice occupies a village located in the municipality of Castelnuovo Berardenga, not far from the city of Siena. The complex has ancient origins, and has gradually been built around the Pieve di San Felice in Pincis, dating back to 714 AD Today the structure, owned by the Allianz S.p.A. group, is really of a high standard, and in addition to the production of wines and olive oil, it can also boast a fantastic hotel, recently become part of the Relais & Chateaux chain. The company covers an immense area of ​​650 hectares, of which 140 are destined for the cultivation of vines, located partly in the center of the Chianti Classico production area and partly in the Brunello di Montalcino area, interspersed with land dedicated to oil production, obtained from over 17,000 olive trees present. The terroir, thanks to the perfect combination of height above sea level and microclimate characterized by important temperature ranges, allows the best cultivation of the various grape varieties present, among which are sangiovese, colorino, merlot, cabernet sauvignon, pugnitello, petit verdot, trebbiano and chardonnay. Furthermore, in the vineyards, since the 1990s, zoning has been carried out to identify those specific areas in which each grape is able to express itself at its best, compatibly with the geopedological characteristics of each area. San Felice is an innovative company, which also proposes itself as a bulwark of protection for the landscape of the Chianti area, operating with sustainable practices that seek the lowest possible environmental impact and the protection of biodiversity. Every year we produce bottles that represent only the best of Tuscany, declined with different labels, perfect to meet the needs of every enthusiast. A note of merit goes to "Il Grigio" and to "Poggio Rosso", both different expressions of the new legislative typology introduced at the top of all the production of Chianti Classico, or the "Great Selection".

  • Sorentberg


    The two young winemakers Tobias Treis (Reil / Mosel) and Ivan Giovanett (Neumarkt / Südtirol), after 25 years of fallow, have re-cultivated the now almost forgotten single vineyard Reiler Sorentberg. The steep southern slope is located in a side valley of the Moselle and is famous for its long-standing wines. The red slate of Wissenbach is found only there and gives this Riesling its characteristic spice ". The Sorentberg is one of a kind with a total area of ​​9.48 hectares. Its terroir is an interaction of many factors that form a remarkable whole: 100 percent of the southern slope, extreme gradient with an average gradient of 80 to 110 percent, cool climate, because the mountain is in a well ventilated side valley on the Moselle river, unique soil type, the so-called Wissenbach slate (red slate with inclusions of shells), unique in the whole Moselle. During the re-cultivation work of the Sorentberg Reiler, almost 1000 old wild vines were discovered in the high and extremely steep part of the vineyard. After being left fallow for over 25 years, they could now be restored with laborious manual work: Every single Riesling grape with its true roots was freed from the thorn bushes and bred. Almost all the old vineyards were successfully sprouted in May 2012. Despite extensive research, it was not yet possible to determine the exact year of planting.

  • Speri


    For seven generations the Speri family has been growing grapes and producing wine in Valpolicella. Authoritative and faithful interpreter of a terroir that hardly betrays, the company is now an undisputed reference point for the whole world of Italian oenology. The history of the winery begins in the first half of the 1800s, when a few hectares of vineyards were cultivated adjacent to the family home. Since its origins, the company philosophy has been well established and faithfully followed, so the Speri winery has always been considered the basis of a good wine, but it was seen as the essence of the wine itself, or as the unique material that shapes its character and outlines its soul. Today, the vineyard surface has grown exponentially, and has come to cover a good sixty hectares, but the philosophy has remained the same as its origins, as even the management of the business is still familiar. Among the rows, the rhythms of nature dictate the law, and the practices adopted are in line with the most ancient rural traditions, because cultivating the land is one of the oldest jobs in the world. The vinified grapes are only those owned, and each production phase is directly taken care of in every single detail. The continuous search for quality has led the company to practice viticulture particularly attentive to tradition and the environment. In the cellar, the belief is that the efficiency and use of the most modern technologies represent nothing without the skill of those who use them. So let's start from the Valpolicella Classico, then continue with the Ripasso, with the "Sant'Urbano", with the Amarone and with the Recioto, up to the Grappa di Amarone: from the ready-to-drink wines to those of the highest level, from sweet wines to spirits, all Speri labels are based on very high quality standards, making them recognizable among thousands thanks to a unique and unmistakable style.

  • Taittinger


    Among the oldest Maison of the entire appellation, Taittinger is a name that inevitably identifies in every corner of the world one of the greatest French families that has contributed significantly to the success of Champagne. The history of this mythical Maison began in 1743, when Jacques Fourneaux began his business as a merchant, first selling white and red wines, and then dedicating himself to the marketing of bubbles. The Forneaux family continued to operate in this sector with great results, joining forces with Antoine Forest, creating the “Forest-Forneaux” company and increasing its success. In 1932 a young man with a passion for wine, Pierre-Charles Taittinger, bought the “Forest-Forneaux” and began his wine adventure under the Taittinger brand in the town of Reims. Since the beginning of production, the Maison has established an ever greater bond with its bottles with a variety of grapes in particular, chardonnay, a vine that is increasingly central in every assembly, until its release, under the management of Francois Taittinger, in the 1952, of the Comtes de Champagne, the first “Cuvée de Prestige” produced in the area made entirely with white grapes only. Today at the head of the company we find, since 2005, Pierre-Emanuel Taittinger, direct descendant of Pierre-Charles, surrounded by a team where competence and professionalism are the fulcrum of a winery that continues to be animated by a very strong spirit of conquest and tradition. There are 288 hectares of property, scattered among 34 of the best crus in the whole region; mainly chardonnay and pinot noir are grown here, to which 15% of pinot meunier is added.

  • Tardieu-Laurent


    Tardieu-Laurent is a maison de négoce located in the village of Lourmarin, in the beautiful Luberon region, in Provence. It was founded by Dominique Laurent, who was dedicated to winemaking with the Tardieu-Laurent label, and Michel Tardieu, an expert on wines from every area of the Rhone Valley. Today Michel is the only one in charge of managing the négoce. The most noble cuvées come from vines over 50 years old, while the "Grandes Bastides" range is reflected in the most authentic wines, expression of the terroirs and made in the spirit of the Maison. Finally, the cuvées "à façon" have been developed for large-scale retail trade and also reflect the philosophy of the house and, upon request, follow a refinement in wood. The wines selected by Tardieu-Laurent, from the "villages" denominations up to the most prestigious ones, such as Côte-Rôtie and Hermitage, are among the most renowned and sought after in the Rhone Valley.

  • Taylor's


    Since its foundation in 1692, Taylor has been dedicated to making the finest Port. The house remains entirely focused on Port production and specialised in its premium styles. Unlike most other producers, it does not market any other wine. Taylor is committed to remaining independently owned. This guarantees the continuity of purpose required to make wines of quality and character. It also preserves a priceless inheritance of experience and skill passed down through the generations over more than three centuries. Taylor’s independence also helps to protect its future as a producer of the finest Ports, allowing it to make decisions and investments which are in the best long term interests of the firm and of future generations. The family character of the company also helps to nurture the personal relationships which lie at the heart of the fine wine business, such as the firm’s long established partnerships with its grape suppliers and with its customers around the world. Most importantly it helps to strengthen the firm’s bond with those who appreciate and enjoy fine wines and whose loyalty is the firms’ most important asset. As an independent company whose success is inseparable from that of the Douro Valley, Taylor remains committed to protecting this beautiful region by practising viticulture which is economically and environmentally sustainable. The future of the Douro Valley and its unique environment is also the future of Port, one of the world’s great classic wines and an irreplaceable part of human heritage.

  • Teeling Whiskey

    Teeling Whiskey

    Whiskey making and entrepreneurship has been in the Teeling genes as far back as 1782, when Walter Teeling set up a small craft distillery on Marrowbone Lane, Dublin 8. Right back in the heart of the Liberties district of Dublin city, Jack and Stephen Teeling, the latest generation of whiskey makers, set up the Teeling Whiskey Company in 2012. In March 2015 they opened the Teeling Whiskey Distillery the first new distillery in Dublin in over 125 years, and just a stone’s throw from their ancestral distillery, right in the heart of the Golden Triangle, the historic distilling district of the city. With one eye on the past, but looking to the future, we’re the new generation of Dublin distillers. We approach our craft with a respect for generations passed but with the confidence to forge the next chapter of Irish and Dublin whiskey.

  • Tenuta Argentiera

    Tenuta Argentiera

    Real reference for the whole territory of Bolgheri, that of Tenuta Argentiera is a wine producing reality that has always paid particular attention to these fascinating lands, enhancing in every way the nature of a geographical area particularly suited to the production of great red wines. . We are in the province of Livorno, in Donoratico to be precise, a few steps from the sea, in the heart of that denomination that in the last thirty years has shown that it can express some of the best Bordeaux cuts of the whole world. Wines produced from varieties such as cabernet sauvignon, cabernet franc and merlot, which in this particular area assume extremely typical characteristics, reaching at the same time exceptional quality standards. Of the five hundred hectares on which the company currently extends, at the moment about 75 are planted with vineyards. Completely surrounded by a thick and luxuriant Mediterranean scrub, the rows grow on mixed-composition soils, and the plants are bred with the utmost respect for nature, the environment, biodiversity and the ecosystem. In 2008, renovated in all those that are the cellar rooms, Tenuta Argentiera can count on an architectural structure entirely built with recycled materials, and from which you can enjoy an enchanting panoramic view of the Tyrrhenian Sea. Strictly controlling every production phase, the grapes, after the harvest, are carefully selected and de-stemmed, to then fall by gravity into the wine-making rooms, where the fermentation takes place. In other dedicated spaces, aging and refining are finally carried out. Net of everything we have labels that respond to the names of "Argentiera", "Villa Donoratico" and "Poggio ai Ginepri", followed by the crus of "Giorgio Bartholomäus", "Opheliah Maria" and "Lavinia Maria". Naturally elegant wines, whose strength lies in knowing how to combine, as in no other part of the Peninsula, a marked varietal character with a deep Mediterranean vein at the same time.

  • Tenuta Armaiolo

    Tenuta Armaiolo

    Tenuta Armaiolo is located in Rapolano Terme, a village on the border between the Chianti area and the Val di Chiana. In this company, with 600Ha of land, both white and red are produced, the latter being part of the recent DOC Grance Senesi.

  • Tenuta Buon Tempo

    Tenuta Buon Tempo

    The Tenuta Buon Tempo is located in the extreme south of the territory of Montalcino, near Castelnuovo dell'Abate, in an area particularly suited for viticulture on an area of ​​12 hectares of vineyards in the best plots cultivated according to the dictates of organic farming and officially in conversion since 2018 after several years of constant improvement in the quality of the grapes and the surrounding environment. The new property represented by Mr. Per Landin, Swedish and already a producer in France in the Bordeaux area, is making great investments both in the vineyard and in the cellar for research without compromises of the highest quality. The company team, led by Alberto Machetti, is assisted by the collaboration of great wine and agronomy professionals such as the couple formed by Attilio Pagli and Stefano Bartolomei.

  • Tenuta dell'Ornellaia

    Tenuta dell'Ornellaia

    It was in 1981 that the Marquis Lodovico Antinori, cousin of Piero Antinori, founded the Ornellaia Estate, in the heart of the Bolgheri area, a few kilometers from the Mediterranean coast. With the first harvest of 1985 was born what would become an icon among the SuperTuscans: the "Ornellaia", put on the market three years later, in 1988. With the inauguration of the company, the world-famous oenologist, Michel Rolland, begins to take care of the technical part of the cellar. Subsequently, in the 1990s the other two labels were born: "Le Volte" and "Le Serre Nuove". At the beginning of 2000, Robert Mondavi, the great Californian producer, acquires the Estate, then selling 50% to Marchesi de 'Frescobaldi, who will buy the other 50% only three years later. The end of the 2000s also sees the birth of the "Poggio alle Gazze" label, which will be followed by the highly selected late harvest wine "Ornus", made from purely petit manseng grapes. A mythical winery, therefore, which deserves credit for having written the history of Bolgheri. With almost one hundred hectares of vines, to which another thirteen are rented, the Tenuta Ornellaia has always focused on one and the same goal: quality. All the decisions, all the choices, take into account every minimum and smallest detail, and from the vineyard to the final bottling, shortcuts are not allowed. During the harvest, only the finest and most balanced bunches are selected and harvested, then in the cellar processed separately, based on the cru of origin. Then a year of rest in cask, and to follow the composition of the blend: everything is aimed at enhancing every small nuance of the terroir, and enhancing the expression of every single vintage, always respecting the continuity of what can be considered the " Ornellaia style ”, synonymous with experience, competence and determination, which in the glass translate into complexity and elegance that are difficult to match.

  • Tenuta di Biserno

    Tenuta di Biserno

    Lodovico discovered the property which would become Tenuta di Biserno back in 1995, whilst researching land suitable for extending Ornellaia. What he saw excited him but he recognised that the geology and geography were markedly different from those of Ornellaia, much hillier and stonier. This would have to be a separate project. In the event, freed from Ornellaia and with an historic change in their relationship, Lodovico entered into a technical relationship with his brother Marchese Piero Antinori and landowner Umberto Mannoni. Together, they decided to breathe life into the potentially fabulous Biserno Estate. Tenuta di Biserno was planted between 2001 and 2005 and has exceeded all expectations. This is a project which will make its mark in history. Tenuta di Biserno is a 49 hectares estate, situated in Alta Maremma, coastal, western Tuscany, nestling amongst the hills of Bibbona. It borders the historic village of Bolgheri and enjoys beautiful views towards the Tyrrhenian Sea – a special place indeed. Just on the border we find the vineyard Bellaria (beautiful air) the northern exposure of which is within Biserno with the southern exposure within Bolgheri. It is this extraordinary site which houses the celebrated vineyard of Lodovico itself, 6 hectares of spectacular terroir, within Biserno, widely regarded as the best in the area. The soil consists of what is termed Bolgheri conglomerate – a mix of mineral rich alluvial soil, active limestone, and round pebbles which provide drainage. Rather atypical for Bolgheri, there are also pockets of all-important clay. Given the terroir, and the range of soils, Lodovico planted exclusively Bordeaux varietals, principally Cabernet Franc, followed by Merlot, some Cabernet Sauvignon and surprisingly high proportions of Petit Verdot. The soil is very varied. High density, maritime sediments and clay, on well-sheltered, north-west slopes, provide ideal conditions for Merlot whilst free-draining gravelly sites, higher up, are perfect for the Cabernets Franc. Soil is obviously an important aspect of terroir, so too is the micro-climate and, an aspect of terroir often overlooked the luminosity, that helps by the proximity of the Tirrenian Sea, which plays as a mirror. Biserno enjoys excellent light and benefits from cooling breezes and perfect sun exposure. The vineyards are planted at 6,500 vines per hectare, cordon-trained, with grass between the rows to restrict the young vines’ natural vigour. Yields are restricted to 1 kg per plant = 1 bottle per plant.

  • Tenuta Fertuna

    Tenuta Fertuna

    We are in the heart of the Tuscan Maremma, between the green hills and the horizons that range towards the Tyrrhenian Sea. Here there is an amphitheater made of vineyards, designed by man with the utmost respect for the environment and for nature. This is Tenuta Fertuna, in the province of Grosseto. The company, founded in 1997, counts 145 hectares, of which fifty are destined for the cultivation of the vine. Several generations of wine growers and many experiences have given rise to this project, aimed at producing wines according to traditional guidelines. In the cellar, modern accessories are combined with the usual constructive simplicity. In the cradle of the Etruscan civilization, nothing is left to chance and everything is perfectly harmonized with the surrounding nature.

  • Tenuta Guado al Tasso

    Tenuta Guado al Tasso

    Tenuta Guado al Tasso is located in the small and prestigious DOC of Bolgheri, on the coast of Alta Maremma, a hundred kilometers south-west of Florence. This name has a relatively short history (it was born in 1994) but has an international reputation as a new point of reference in the world wine scene. Tenuta Guado al Tasso covers an area of ​​1,000 hectares - 320 planted with vines, the rest planted with wheat, sunflowers and olive trees - in a splendid plain surrounded by hills known as the "Bolgheri amphitheater" due to its particular conformation. The noble family of the Della Gherardesca began to deal with wine in their lands of Bolgheri since the second half of the seventeenth century, but it is with Guido Alberto della Gherardesca, who lived between 1780 and 1854, that things really changed. A great lover of viticulture and who in 1833 became the "major butler" of the Grand Duke Leopold II, Guido Alberto dedicated himself to oenology in his lands in the Maremma. In the 1930s the land was inherited by Carlotta della Gherardesca Antinori, mother of Piero Antinori, and her sister, who was married to Mario Incisa della Rocchetta (who had a dowry from the nearby Tenuta San Guido).

  • Tenuta Luce della Vite

    Tenuta Luce della Vite

    The Sun that shines on Tenuta Luce is much more than just a brand. It contains the story of an Earth. The Land of Montalcino. And the ambitions of his men, who take care of Tenuta Luce every day, an authentic and lively environment, to create and preserve great Tuscan wines among the most loved in the world. Montalcino is our home. It is our Earth. The Land of Light Tenuta. Montalcino is a terroir of excellent winemaking vocation where some of the most exclusive Italian wines are born. An Earth with gentle slopes, caressed by the Air in the form of constant winds, warmed by the Sun that gives energy, and nourished by Water, by the rain that we guard with wisdom. Montalcino is a place in perfect harmony with the surrounding vineyards, where nature is still intact and rich in biodiversity. Typical Tuscan landscapes, where the vineyards alternate with olive groves and woods. Hilly landscapes capable of giving life to extraordinary labels, to exclusive wines made in Italy. In Tenuta Luce, each plot has different characteristics. The altitudes range from 200 to 430 meters above sea level. The earth here varies a lot for soils, which can be traced back to three main areas: mixed clay, below; sandy-schistose, above; yellow and sandstone sands, in the middle band. Different skeletons, different balances between the nutritive elements, which we respect in every phase of soil processing: the soil, rich in minerals and organic materials, is a live support also thanks to the microorganisms and insects that inhabit it. And a living soil is the best prerequisite for the balance of the ecosystem and for the harmony of the vineyard. The first step towards the production of wines considered everywhere among the Tuscan wine excellences.

  • Tenuta Perano

    Tenuta Perano

    Tenuta Perano is located in the heart of classic Chianti in the municipality of Gaiole, in an exceptional pedoclimatic situation for uniqueness and quality. The vineyards are located at 500 meters above sea level, with an almost extreme altitude for red varieties and in particular for the Sangiovese which has a late ripening. A unique estate to tell. Strong verticality, ideal for air exchange. Natural amphitheater, to capture the light. High altitudes, over 500 meters. Soils with a high vocation, draining and rich in stones. Dedicated cellar, a magical place for refining wines. Owned by the Marquises Frescobaldi.

  • Tenuta San Guido

    Tenuta San Guido

    Tenuta San Guido, whose name derives from the 13th century San Guido della Gherardesca, is a historic winery in the Bolgheri area, situated along the Etruscan coast from Livorno to Grosseto, in the Tuscan Maremma. Spread over a total area of ​​about 2500 hectares, the company can currently count on ninety hectares of vineyards, which include 75 hectares dedicated exclusively to the production of Sassicaia, the latter born from an idea of ​​the Marquis Mario Incisa della Rocchetta, who wanted create a great Bordeaux-style wine. In fact, it was the 1920s, when the same Marquis, inspired by Bordeaux and by the aristocracy of the past, dreamed of producing a pure wine, a true thoroughbred. Having moved to the Tuscan estate in the second half of the 1900s, the Marquis Incisa della Rocchetta began to experiment, planting some vine plants of French vine varieties in an area that up until then had been completely unknown from the point of view of wine. From that moment, with marvelous foresight, the Marquis Incisa della Rocchetta was able to understand the potential of the Bolgheri area and of those same lands on which he had planted the cuttings, which had unique characteristics, in the microclimate very similar to the Graves area and of Bordeaux. The first vintage put on the market was that of 1968, and since then Sassicaia has achieved an unexpected worldwide fame, growing year by year. In addition to this famous wine, Tenuta San Guido also produces two other labels: the "Guidalberto", from cabernet sauvignon and merlot, and "Le Difese", an IGT made from cabernet and sangiovese. With a production that reaches the average of 800,000 bottles a year, at Tenuta San Guido much of the merit must be recognized for which the Bolgheri area is enjoying international success. A story and an almost unreal enological dimension, that of Tenuta San Guido, out of the ordinary and suspended in time, almost mythological.

  • Tenuta Sette Ponti

    Tenuta Sette Ponti

    The Sette Ponti estate has been one of the family properties since the 1950s when Antonio's father, the architect Alberto Moretti Cuseri, purchases the first 50 hectares directly from the princesses Margherita and Maria Cristina di Savoia-Aosta. Ours is a story made of passion, dedication, but above all of great love for the vineyard and its traditions. A business philosophy woven of quality, research, ancient knowledge, age-old customs, respect for the land and its balance, harmony with the deepest and most articulate agricultural and wine knowledge. Today the estate, after some acquisitions made over the years, has over 300 hectares, of which 54 are located in vineyards. The varieties produced are Sangiovese, or the traditional grape variety, together with the great international ones such as Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, as well as other autochthonous varieties such as Trebbiano produced in small quantities. The soils vary from clay to sand, from limestone to the typical galestro and are all included in a height ranging from 200 to 300 meters above sea level. The vineyards are raised with systems suitable for the quality of the project, so that the density of the plants reaches 6,666 plants per hectare.

  • Tenuta Trerose

    Tenuta Trerose

    In the beautiful production panorama of Montepulciano Tenuta Trerose, one of the properties of Bertani Domains, has for years been one of the reference wineries for continuity and expressiveness of its products. It is a reality that is located in a magnificent 16th century Tuscan Villa built on the slopes that gently descend from Valiano to the Val di Chiana and Lake Trasimeno. This is one of the best areas of the entire territory for the production of wines from the oldest of the Italian designations of origin: Vino Nobile di Montepulciano. In fact, over fifty-five hectares of vineyards are destined to the gentle blackthorn, a local synonym for Sangiovese, a perfect companion here for a trip to one of the most beautiful areas of Tuscany.

  • Terlano


    A winery that needs no introduction, that of Terlano, which for decades has represented the best that South Tyrol can express in terms of finesse and longevity. Founded in 1893 in the town of the same name not far from Merano, the Terlano winery is one of the most avant-garde producer cooperatives not only in the whole of Alto Adige, but also in the whole Italian peninsula, to the point where it can be taken as a symbol of the most perfect mechanism of cooperation in the wine sector. Its 143 members cultivate a total of 165 hectares of vineyards, equal to a total annual production that greatly exceeds one million bottles. Mind-boggling numbers, which go hand in hand with the best wines of the region, white and red, punctually able to agree with a few other audiences and critics. So Antonio Galloni of Wine Advocate in 2011: “The best South Tyrolean wines I have tasted this year come from Cantina Terlano. In short, they are reference wines. Wines that cannot be missing from any important winery ". A road, that of the most absolute quality, which the members of Cantina di Terlano have undertaken with conviction over the decades, and which has earned them fame and recognition on the Italian and international wine market. And then here is pinot bianco, chardonnay, pinot grigio, müller thurgau, gewürztraminer and sauvignon blanc, then again lagrein, schiava, pinot noir and torilan: vines that are exalted in their essentiality if processed in traditional labels, and that become names - by now - high-sounding if interpreted in the "label-selections": Terlaner, Winkl, Kreuth, Vorberg, Gries, Siebeneich, Siemegg, Monticol, Quarz, Nova Domus, Lunare, Porphyr. In a nutshell, names that over the years have earned themselves, rightly, the prestige and international notoriety, transform the Terlano winery itself into a veritable institution not only of Alto Adige wine, but of the entire Italian wine scene .

  • Tolloy


    Where the Adige Valley narrows forming a sluice, in the valley floor and on the hills around the ancient village of Salorno, the experience and the winemakers make the cultivation of the vine an art, which is expressed in the quality of Tolloy. The "land between the mountains", as it was formerly called South Tyrol, is one of the most colorful landscapes in Europe. The gentle hills surrounding the village of Salorno guarantee lush vineyards thanks to the presence of the Alps, which protect them from the cold north winds. The particular vocation of the soil, the dry climate and the abundance of days with mild temperatures ensure the perfect ripening of the grapes. The great transit of travelers led to the development of various receptive activities, including taverns, theater of meetings and important decisions under the watchful eye of the host. And right at the inn of one of the most renowned inns of Salorno at the beginning of the eighteenth century, Johann Tolloy, is dedicated Tolloy, line of fine wines of South Tyrol born with the collaboration of Mezzacorona with the Cantina di Salorno.

  • Tommasi


    Founded in 1902 by Giacomo Tommasi, the Tommasi winery, over a century after its birth and with the fourth generation active in the company, appears to be one of Italy's most lively and enterprising winemakers. Thanks to an investment policy that saw the Tommasi family involved in the acquisition of lands with a high wine-growing vocation, located in particular in the areas of Valpolicella, Prosecco, Oltrepò Pavese, Montalcino, Manduria and Basilicata, the winery today it has about 195 hectares of owned vineyards, plus another 27 hectares of vines for rent. With over one million bottles produced annually, the company offers a wide and varied range of labels, proving to be among the best ambassadors of the "made in Italy" of wine in the world. As for the expansion of the company group within the Lucanian terroir, it is not possible to talk about Vulture and its Aglianico without mentioning the most important of the Basilicata companies, Paternoster. Acquired in 2016 by Tommasi, it is a winery that in almost 100 years of history has been able to interpret the territory with a clarity and a unique coherence. Located in Barile, it covers an area of ​​about 20 hectares of vines; in the vineyards, in addition to the queen grapes of this area, the Aglianico, a white grape variety, the Falangina, is also cultivated. The wines that leave the corporate walls every year are characterized by a surprising personality, exquisitely traditional, elegant and long-lived as very few others. Among these is one of the greatest wines of the South, that of Don Anselmo who has shown all the power and balance of the best Aglianico del Vulture. Not only, however: Paternoster can boast a production line that leaves nothing to chance, capable of enhancing the Aglianico in all its forms, with labels like "Synthesi" and "Giuv" which, year after year, approach the qualitative peaks higher than the entire range produced. Wines of rare charm, warm and wonderfully austere, all born from certified organic farming.

  • Tormaresca


    Passion, courage and confidence in the enormous qualitative potential of Puglia are the elements that prompted the Antinori to invest in this region, particularly in the areas of Castel del Monte and Salento. The basic idea on which Tormaresca's production philosophy is based is to produce great wines from indigenous Apulian vines. Most of the vineyards are cultivated with traditional grapes, some of which date back to the ancient Greek civilization, and strongly rooted in the territory: Primitivo, Negroamaro, Fiano Pugliese, Aglianico, Nero di Troia and Moscato Reale. The Tormaresca company consists of two estates located in the areas most suited to the winemaking tradition of the region: Tenuta Bocca di Lupo in the Castel del Monte DOC, immersed in the wild Bari Murgia and Masseria Maime in the Salento area, the beating heart of Puglia. The Bocca di Lupo estate is located in the countryside of Minervino Murge, in the DOC Castel del Monte area, about 250 m above sea level. The proximity of the ancient Vulture volcano, the climate characterized by a considerable temperature range between day and night and the composition of the land have a significant influence on the vineyards. The varieties present are Aglianico, Chardonnay, Cabernet Sauvignon, Fiano Pugliese, Nero di Troia and Moscato Reale. Masseria Maime is located in one of the most beautiful areas of the upper Salento. The company, which covers an area of ​​about 500 hectares of which 350 are planted with vines and 85 with olive groves, develops along the Adriatic coast, thus creating a unique landscape of vineyards that are born between woods and pine forests and are lost in sight. of the eye until it merges with the sea.

  • Tua Rita

    Tua Rita

    When, in 1984, Rita and Virgilio decided to buy what would become Tua Rita, those lands and buildings had to be only the frame of a place to live in contact with nature, cultivating their land. But the unstoppable thrust of the passion for wine definitely changed things. From the original 2 hectares of vineyards, cultivated immediately with the utmost rigor and which placed Tua Rita among the first happy Italian experiences built on the model of the "vin de garage", in the space of about ten years it reached 9, then to 20, at the beginning of the new millennium, to reach the current 30 hectares of vineyards. A growth that crossed the original and intact passion of Rita and Virgilio with the increasing awareness of the potential of that land, located on the Tyrrhenian sea and the Metalliferous hills, which is called Val di Cornia. The company name is due to a simple inversion between the name and surname of Rita Tua.

  • Val di Suga

    Val di Suga

    The history of Val di Suga began in 1969, when a company owned by Aldo Moro acquired the agricultural land located north of Montalcino and built a production and commercial structure there. Those lands, then destined to the production of fodder, are slowly converted to vineyard, also through various changes of ownership, until in 1982 Val di Suga begins the production of wine, equipping itself with a wine-making cellar. The first vintage to go on sale is the "Val di Suga Brunello Riserva 1977". Right from the start a fast viticultural and oenological growth begins. The early eighties saw the success and expansion of the Brunello di Montalcino denomination begin. Thanks to this and to the constant effort and commitment both in the viticultural and in the oenological field, Val di Suga begins to stand out in the Chinese landscape. A few years later, in 1994, the Angelini Group arrives which will give a new impetus to Val di Suga, now awarded and internationally recognized for the high quality of its wines. But the strength and uniqueness of the winery will be determined, over the years, by the production of three vineyards, located on the three slopes of the Montalcino hills, in the areas most suited to the production of Brunello di Montalcino.

  • Vallepicciola


    105 hectares immersed in the Chianti Classico. A new cellar on various levels with great attention to the raw material and to each step. From typical wines such as Chianti Classico and the various declinations, some international wines are produced with skill in purity or in blends and classic method bubbles. Pinot Noir and Chardonnay are just a few. Processing at the limit of organic and maximum respect for nature, the extension of the company forces us to a maniacal zoning given the different soils.

  • Ventisei


    Eline Aloy, daughter of Virginie, on her 26th birthday helps her mother in a blending session in Avignonesi. That day, very quickly, he realized how complex it was to create a wine to obtain the desired result every time. She tried it too, creating a genuine and pleasant wine, despite her inexperience. On that very day, the Twenty-sixth was born, in honor of his twenty-sixth birthday. The Ventisei company produces wine, including a Nobile di Montepulciano, in an organic and vegan regime, with grapes from the younger vineyards of Avignonesi.

  • Vigneti Cenci

    Vigneti Cenci

    La Boscaiola is a 17th century farmhouse in the heart of Franciacorta. Here, soul wines have always been created. Its recent history led by the Cenci family originates in 1960, when Nelson Cenci, doctor, alpine and writer, took over the farmhouse and its semi-abandoned vineyards and restructured them, laying the foundations for the wine production that still today characterizes this estate and the wines by Vigneti Cenci. Here, for over thirty years the wines have come to life, in the attention given to small things, to the countryside, to the harvest and to the slow aging on the lees. Love for the territory is also expressed in the method which, with the absence of the use of exogenous sugars, allows the wines to enhance it. The Cenci vineyards are located in Cologne, in Franciacorta, and extend at the foot of Monte Orfano, a precious promontory that cradles the vineyards and characterizes the grapes. Monte Orfano, in fact, with its mineral subsoil and southern exposure, guarantees a perfect terroir for the ripening of Pinot Bianco, the winery's flagship. It is therefore the terroir of Monte Orfano that guarantees the wines the minerality and taste of ripe fruit which, together with the fresh and fruity aromas, have always characterized them. There are almost six hectares of property and three vines grown: Chardonnay, in different clones, Pinot Bianco, raised in the historic vineyard of the farmhouse, and Pinot Noir. The production is around 45,000 bottles of Franciacorta every year, obviously declined in six different cuvées. Aromatic and savory wines, with a good structure.

  • Vincent Girault

    Vincent Girault

    On the north bank of the Loire, opposite the castle of Chaumont-sur-Loire and its "International garden festival", our vineyard is located between Blois and Amboise, surrounded by the most beautiful sites in the Loire Valley. Today we have more than 25 years of experience in the production of biodynamic wines through our two farms of Clos de la Briderie and Château Gaillard which extend over 85 hectares. From the 11th century the monks of Marmoutier Abbey, near Tours, founded the priory of Mesland and planted vines. Since then, Count Eude II of Blois in 1509, François Ier, Cardinal de Richelieu and many well-known amateurs have appreciated and boasted the qualities of the wines deriving from this soil. The vineyard covers 350 hectares of hills on the right bank of the Loire, the sunniest, in front of the castle of Chaumont near Blois. In 1955 he received the Appellation d'Origine Contrôlée Touraine-Mesland. The Clos de la Briderie, one of the most prestigious vineyards of this appellation, has preserved all the authenticity and all the ancestral qualities of its terroir.

  • Zacapa


    Licorera Zacapaneca was born in the eastern part of Guatemala, in Zacapa. Founded in 1940 by 3 local families, Girón, Estrada and Gordillo, the production was entrusted from the beginning to a rum expert from Spain, Dr. Burgaleta. Zacapa rums are created from pure sugar cane juice, a plant grown on the volcanic soils of the southern part of the country. In the fermentation process, which lasts 5 days, a yeast extracted from pineapple is used, belonging to a strain of property, in order to guarantee a singular and constant taste over time. The aging process then takes place on the highlands of the city of Quetzaltenango, at an altitude of 2300 meters above sea level, in the so-called "House above the Clouds": this place, chosen by the master blender of the cellar, Lorena Vasquez, is characterized by a cool climate which favors a slow aging in white oak barrels, previously used for Bourbon whiskey and Sherry, and hand-made by renowned artisans. Finally, Zacapa rums are created with the solera method: the assembly of barrels of different years and characteristics allows to obtain rums of excellent quality and unmistakable taste.