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CHATEAU ANEY logo CHATEAU ANEY (Bordeaux - France)
Vineyards originally planted in 1850, the Cru Bourgeois Estate produces classic Haut-Medoc Bordeaux
CHATEAU BELLE GRAVES logo CHATEAU BELLE GRAVES (Bordeaux - France)
From a domaine that dates back to 1880.Traditional wine with a unique personality from Lalande-de-Pomerol.
GLAETZER logo GLAETZER (Barossa Valley - Australia)
With quality fruit as the priority, a specific neutral strain of yeast is used for all ferments and is selected to help express the fruitís natural flavours.
CHARLES CIMICKY logo CHARLES CIMICKY (Barossa Valley - South Australia)
Charles Cimicky produces rich, voluptuous, generous wines with superb balance. Apart from minor drip irrigation in January and February, the vines are dry grown, cover-cropped and organically fertilized. Now in his late forties Charles Cimicky is one of t
EMERI logo EMERI (Australia - Australia)
Delight in the fresh sparkling flavours of the new Emeri range from De Bortoli and transform the everyday into a truly unexpected moment. One sip makes life so very Emeri.
KAESLER logo KAESLER (Barossa Valley - South Australia)
Kaesler is a privately owned wine company that produces estate grown wines from vineyards as old as 1893. The Kaesler family were pioneers who settled in the Barossa Valley in the 1840ís. In 1891 they bought a parcel of land and in 1893 planted their
MASSENA logo MASSENA (Barossa Valley - Australia)
We source our fruit from dedicated growers in the North Western Barossa areas of Greenock, Kalimna and Koonunga Hill, providing fruit from dry farmed, low yielding vines up to 120 years of age. Whilst we work mostly with traditional Barossa varietie
TAIT WINES logo TAIT WINES (Barossa - Australia)
It is the Tait philosophy that all quality wine starts in the vineyard. The Barossa fruit they use is always very low-yielding and produces highly concentrated flavors and aromas. The grapes used to make Tait Wines are all grown in the Barossa Valley, eit
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