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Grower Champagne

Grower Champagne  can be described as "artisanal" made wine generally produced by the same estate that owns the vineyards and stylistically terroir driven...

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Burgundy Grand Cru

Less than two percent of Burgundy's vineyards are Grand Cru (great growth), the highest level in the vineyard classification of Burgundy. 

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Rinaldi Back Vintage

Giuseppe Rinaldi known simply as 'Beppe' was one of the most respected Italian wine producer in the Piedmont...

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Domaine Leroy Selection

Maison Leroy is often called the greatest estate in Burgundy. Its wines are legendary, as is its history.

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Producer Spotlight

Artadi

Located in the heart of Álava, Artadi owns 83 hectares of vineyards planted in soils with a wide geological diversity. Clay, gravel and limestone primarily compose this particular balance of nutrient-poor soils with varying microclimates. These unique vineyard sites give singularity to the wines, whose most notable qualities are transparency of fruit and finesse of tannins.

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Arnot-Roberts

Arnot-Roberts was founded in 2001 in Healdsburg, California by childhood friends Duncan Arnot Meyers and Nathan Lee Roberts. Duncan and Nathan grew up in the midst of vineyards and winemakers in the Napa Valley. Each took an interest in the wine industry, with Nathan following his father’s lead as a cooper, and Duncan pursuing winemaking in renowned wineries in Napa and Sonoma. 

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Jean-Louis Chave

Family-owned Domaine Jean-Louis Chave is one of the finest and oldest estates in the northern Rhône. They have been vignerons since 1481, initially farming only in St. Joseph, moving to Hermitage about a century ago when phylloxera swept through the region. Today Chave Hermitage Rouge and Hermitage Blanc are generally regarded as the appellation's greatest wines.

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Bruno Giacosa

One of the legendary winemakers of the world, Bruno Giacosa crafted the most prestigious single-vineyard Barolo and Barbaresco wines during a career that spanned nearly eight decades. He joined the family business at the age of 15, representing the third generation of his Langhe winemaking family. 

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Bruno Colin

With the partial retirement of Michel Colin in 2003 (he still works 0,7ha of vines and Colin-Deléger ), the two sons Philippe and Bruno who had previously worked together on the family domaine decided to go their separate ways. The land and the property were equally divided up, and each son produced his first vintage in 2004.

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Sonoma, USA

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Tuscany, Italy

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Rhone, France

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