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A. Christmann

A6mani

Three women, six hands, one passion: this is the DNA of the A6mani project, which involves several farms in Salento whose common desire is to demonstrate the potential of these lands and its native vines. The vinification of Primitivo brings the best results, with the Primitivo di Manduria Riserva Concura which, according to the well-known critic Luca Maroni, wins the title of best red wine in Italy of 2019. The vineyards branch off from the center of Manduria and arrive up to the Ionian coast in the southernmost part of the province of Taranto, spreading out into districts, areas that are geographically close to each other but which differ in terms of insolation, amount of rainfall and ventilation conditions. In the district of Li Marini the most fragrant white grapes are better suited, while in Monte la Conca structured and rather long-lived red wines are born based on Malvasia Nera grapes from Salento, Aglianico and Negroamaro. Troncarea and Mesola delle Volpi are the districts from which reds of high concentrations with sweet and fragrant fruit come to life. Campofreddo -Concura is the kingdom of Primitivo, a precious and ancient vineyard where arid cultivation is practiced due to the very scarce rainfall it can count on; the consequent low yields generate reds with an amazing concentration of extract, a rich and complex structure that integrates with the soft tannins that characterize the best Primitivo.

Aalto

Abadia Retuerta

Abbazia di Novacella

The Novacella Abbey is located in the northernmost wine-growing area of Italy, the Isarco Valley, in South Tyrol . In these places, the altitude, the cool climate and the soils rich in minerals allow the optimal development of the aromas and taste of the typical white wines of the area. The Abbey has been producing wines since 1142; a tradition with ancient origins today combined with the most advanced technologies, an innate passion for wine and great professionalism contribute to the creation of wines with a strong personality, joyful and quality. Novacella Abbey: in the best crus of the Isarco Valley The Abbazia di Novacella company cultivates its grapes in the best crus of the Isarco Valley, where the microclimate is very particular. This is in fact the northernmost area of Italy, where the altitude creates strong temperature variations, which enrich the grapes with extraordinarily intense aromas, but which are mitigated by the so-called "Ora del Garda" a warm wind that caresses the vineyards every day with the mild air of Lake Garda, with a beneficial effect on the production of the grapes. White wine: the best of Abbazia di Novacella Abbazia di Novacella is famous above all for white wines, which in this area are able to express the maximum of aromas. Vines such as Riesling , Sylvaner , and above all aromatic grapes such as Gewürztraminer and Kerner are able to express all their innate elegance and complexity of aromas. The most complex and structured whites of Novacella are grouped under the Praepositus line and are born from the selection of the grapes and from a particular attention in the cellar, with a rest of the wines on the lees and a further stop in the bottle. What are the best wines of Abbazia di Novacella? Among the best wines of Abbazia di Novacella are the Praepositus Kerner, awarded every year by the best national and international guides, and the Praepositus Riesling, one of the highest expressions of South Tyrolean Riesling. Does the Novacella Abbey also produce red wines? The Novacella Abbey is famous for white wines but also has a production of red wines, obtained from the typical South Tyrolean vines such as Schiava and Lagrein but also from international grapes such as Pinot Noir . How can you combine the Gewürztraminer from Abbazia di Novacella? The Gewürztraminer from Abbazia di Novacella goes well with all the aromatic and spicy dishes of oriental cuisine, but also with sweet and sour dishes of our local tradition. Also ideal as an aperitif to accompany spicy dip and complex dishes.

Aberfeldy

Aberfeldy Distillery was founded in 1896 in Perth County, Highland , by the sons of John Dewar, a well-known blended whiskey producer. A distinctive feature of this whiskey is that it is obtained with the pure water of the Pitilie Burn stream that flows not far from the distillery and flows into the River Tay: this stream has always been known for the content of its alluvial gold bed, this is why Aberfeldy whiskeys are often referred to as Golden Dram. The production process is slow and laborious, which sets Aberfeldy apart from other Scottish distilleries. The long fermentation in larch washbacks gives it typical honey notes while the double aging seals its incredible softness. Today Aberfeldy whiskeys are known worldwide as single malt whiskeys but still contribute their honey notes to the flavor of Dewar's blended whiskey. Aberfeldy whiskey Whiskey Aberfeldy has been able to reach the highest levels and was awarded at the World Spirit Competition in San Francisco with the Double Gold Medal at the Highland Single Malt Scotch Whiskey Guranteed 12 Years in Oak Aberfeldy (aged for 12 years in oak barrels). The same recognition was given to the precious Highland Single Malt Scotch Whiskey Guaranteed 21 Years in Oak Aberfeldy, the rich and full-bodied Single Malt, aged in ex-Bourbon barrels and distilled in a discontinuous alembic still. These are precious and complex whiskeys, in which the intense golden yellow color anticipates the rich range of aromatic fragrances, which amazes with hints of fruit jam and honey that alternate with notes of tobacco, vanilla and nutmeg and announces a complex taste and enveloping, worthy of precious spirits such as gold. Was Aberfeldy born in Scotland? Aberfeldy was born in the heart of Scotland, and more precisely in the Highlands. What awards has the Aberfeldy 12 received? Aberfeldy 12 received the Double Gold Medal at the World Spirit Competition in San Francisco.

Aberlour

The village of Aberlour is located in the center of Speyside, nestled in the legendary and magnificent landscape of the Highlands of Ben Rinnes. Here, along the banks of the River Spey is Aberlour, a small and familiar distillery that has become a legend for malt lovers. Already since 1879, with the founder James Fleming, the distillery has distinguished itself for the quality of its whiskeys, produced using the purest spring water flowing along the River Spey and processed by the craftsmanship of the masters of the Aberlour house, through the use of selected barrels, which gave life to single malt whiskeys of undisputed quality.

Abreu

Absolut

Absolut is an already famous and well-established reality, whose origins date back well over 100 years ago in the small town of Åhus, in the Swedish region of Scania. A strong bond with the territory and its farmers is the faith carried forward by Absolut, which produces its own Vodka by sourcing winter wheat exclusively from the farming families of the Scania community of about 300 companies. In a cooperative and sustainable way, through the use of non-invasive agricultural techniques, the use of selected yeasts and recycling everything possible from the production process - from the raw spirit to the glass of the bottles - the result is a quality of undisputed value, characteristic of a brand that now needs no introduction.

Accornero

Acetaia di Canossa

AdamsWein

Adler von Klausen

Adler Von Klausen was born in the charming town of Klausen, Chiusa, in the province of Bolzano, in the magical Valle Isarco, the beating heart of South Tyrol, a terroir traditionally extremely suited to viticulture, one of the most interesting regions in Europe for the production of white wines, with a variety of vines and microclimates declined on rugged slopes and steep slopes, which make viticulture almost a heroic undertaking. Adler von Klausen, literally, “eagle of Chiusa”, is the symbol of the cellar that also stands out on the label and depicts the eagle, an animal that in symbolism represents cosmic power, absolute freedom and, therefore, life. The wines do not betray this expectation and fully embody the variety of terroirs of the Valle d'Isarco.

Agrapart

Agrapart & Fils

Agricola Punica

Agripunica

Agripunica, one of the best known and most renowned brands in the panorama of wine production in Sardinia and Italy, is located in Santadi, in the south-west of the island. This area, known as Southern Sulcis, represents the ideal environment for the production of great wines, thanks to a particularly favorable climate and a great brightness that allows the grapes to reach an optimal degree of ripeness. The company cultivates only grapes typical of the area. The two red wines of Agripunica are soft and elegant, with a delicate and round tannic outfit. The white wine is fresh and mineral, with fruity notes that make it particularly pleasant to drink.

Aguilera Uvaguilera

Agusti Torello

Agustí Torelló Mata

Aladame

Alain Hudelot Noellat

Alain Jaume

Alain Thienot

Alain Voge

Alamos

Alamos is an esteemed Argentine reality known above all for the production of wines from Malbec grapes, a red grape variety brought to Mendoza in 1852 by the French winemaker Pouget who has shown extraordinary adaptability in this territory. They are wines that come from young vineyards located at high altitudes, in the regions of Luján de Cuyo and Valle de Uco, at altitudes between 3,000 and 5,000 meters above sea level. The climate here is of the mountain type, with cool nights that guarantee the development of a natural acidity in the wines obtained and a favorable sun exposure that concentrates aromas and flavors. The winds of the Andean mountain landscape are shielded by rows of poplars - in Spanish álamos - that line the vineyards, hence the name of the winery.

Albatreti

Alberelli di Giodo

Albert Bichot

Albino Rocca

Albino Rocca

The history of Albino Rocca begins in the mid 40's, when Giacomo Rocca, Albino's father, started the wine business thanks to the family vineyards. Later in the 60's Albino Rocca, erecting the management of the vineyards, founded the company. The winery is located in the fabulous landscape of Barbaresco, a territory known for the production of wines of great value. Four generations tell the story of the company, a winemaking reality linked to tradition but at the same time oriented towards evolution. The winery aims to produce wines that reflect a superior quality and strongly linked to the territory. Albino Rocca wines, thanks to their unique characteristics and their unmistakable style, perfectly express the identity and tradition of the cellar.

Aldo Conterno

Aldo Conterno

Alessandro e Gian Natale Fantino

Alfred Gratien

Alice Bel Colle

Alice Bel Colle is an interesting cooperative of Alto Monferrato, which produces quality wines with a typically territorial face. It was founded in 1955 and now it can count on a hundred members and a park of about 350 hectares, divided into 200 hectares of white muscat, 60 of brachetto, 50 of barbera and the remaining 40 divided between dolcetto, chardonnay, cortese and others. grapes of the territory. The estate is located in the splendid hilly area surrounding the village of Alice Bel Colle, a few kilometers north of Acqui Terme. The vines are cultivated at an altitude of over 400 meters above sea level, on splendid sunny aspects, always well ventilated. The richness of the cellar resides in a mosaic of small plots located in the most suitable areas of the territory, with different exposures, soils and microclimates, so that each variety can be grown in the most suitable place. The small plots are managed with care and artisanal passion, directly by the owners, who know their vineyards very well and know how to obtain excellent quality grapes. All harvests are strictly manual, with selection in the vineyard of the best grapes, perfectly ripe and healthy. The vinification takes place in the modern cellar equipped with cold rooms for pre-fermentation cryomacerations and stainless steel tanks at a controlled temperature. In the first decades, production was mainly concentrated on Barbera and sweet wines produced with aromatic vines. Later a new range of wines was created that represents the territory very well, based on three historical grape varieties of Monferrato: barbera, brachetto and moscato. Today the Barbera vineyards are grown only in the best areas. The quantity has decreased a lot and at the same time the quality has grown at the same pace, with wines of great richness and aromatic concentration. The 360 ° Collection is the spearhead of the winery, produced with grapes from the most suitable vineyards and made with strict regulations, which provide for low yields per hectare. The attention of the winery is increasingly oriented towards the production of high quality labels, which can best enhance the varieties present for centuries in the area and the typical characteristics of the terroir. The supervision of the production is entrusted to the advice of Beppe Caviola, one of the most famous and expert Piedmontese oenologists. This is how genuine authentic wines are born, a true expression of a wonderful territory and ancient traditions.

Alilian

Alipús

Alipús is the name of a range of agave espadin mezcal selected and bottled in the Los Danzantes distillery. But it is also the name of an initiative, of an idea, that of defending and protecting mezcalero, in order to maintain the production of mezcal an exclusive prerogative of the Oaxaca region. Its peculiarity is to have, for each edition, the name of the small town where the distillate is produced, in such a way as to make its terroir of origin unique, recognizable and absolutely exclusive. Here, masters with extreme experience and expertise, choose the agaves and, after having cooked them in ovens buried in the stone, they are milled with horse-drawn wheels on a stone floor: this craftsmanship ensures that fermentation takes place in completely natural way. The distillation then takes place in traditional copper stills. A craftsmanship that, pushed to extreme levels, guarantees the authenticity of the distillate, to preserve it at its best and make it inimitable.

Allegrini

Leading company of the Valpolicella Classica, Allegrini has been producing wine of the highest quality for over 400 years and is considered an absolute protagonist in the development of this wine area. Following the strenuous work conducted by Giovanni, the Allegrini family was able to gather his industrious spirit and passion, to embark on a road to enhance the viticultural and oenological heritage that this land had to offer. While remaining anchored to a rigorous tradition, the company has always shown itself to be a far-sighted winemaking reality and vigilant on the evolution of times and taste, succeeding with Franco Allegrini, today considered one of the greatest Italian winemakers, to bring significant innovations in the production of the key wines of Valpolicella Recioto and Amarone: a drying method has been adopted that is more careful to preserve the integrity of the grapes, the Ripasso technique has been revised which combines the traditional pomace with a part of grapes put to dry which enrich the product with aromatic complexity and elegance, the use of the barrique was introduced alongside the traditional Slavonian oak cask and the aging period was reduced in order to preserve the flavor and fruity aroma. Finally, in recent years, there has been the creation of a new, younger and fresher line, Corte Giara, with wines produced near Lake Garda and in other areas of Verona, easy to drink, more suitable for moments of conviviality. Allegrini also includes other companies within it: Villa della Torre, located in Fumane, where the family adventure began in 1854, Poggio al Tesoro and San Polo, which instead represent the transposition of the know-how of the prestigious reality of Valpolicella, respectively in the terroirs of Bolgheri and Montalcino.

Alois Lageder

Founded in 1823 in South Tyrol, Alois Lageder has always been synonymous with excellent quality and sustainability. Now in its fifth generation, the company stands out for its ability to blend tradition and innovation in complete harmony. Alois Lageder dedicates himself to viticulture in a biological-dynamic regime, following a philosophy inspired by the holistic approach. Every activity carried out on the estate is guided by a great respect for nature and the desire to exploit and make the most of the characteristics and qualities of each vineyard.

Alphonse Mellot

Alta Mora

Alta Vista

The Alta Vista company was born from the idea of Count Patrick d'Aulan, heir to a family winemaking tradition of over 200 years, to combine French wisdom with a new and extraordinary territory for wine, that of the Argentine Andes. The Alta Vista vineyards are divided for 211 hectares in the terroir of the province west of Mendoza, at over 1000 meters of average altitude, with cutting-edge viticulture techniques studied in depth to leave nothing to chance: from diversified pruning to each vineyard being studied on the climate and the characteristics of the soil. International vines such as Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon, Chardonnay and Pinot Noir, in addition to Malbec - a vine that has more roots in Argentina - make up the Alta Vista production line, certainly among the most famous and appreciated expressions. of the terroir of Mendoza.

Altemasi

Altemasi is one of the most representative companies in the production of Trentodoc Metodo Classico, the Trentino sparkling wine characterized by finesse and elegance. At the origin of this prestigious belonging to the Trentodoc appellation there is the processing of Chardonnay and Pinot Noir which, with the use of a wise winemaking art and respecting prolonged waiting times, manages to guarantee sparkling wines with a distinct and memorable flavor. In fact, refinement and elegance depend on climatic conditions typical of the mountain and recognizable in the 'highest farms' from which Altemasi takes its name. Soils and altitudes of various kinds, as well as significant daily temperature variations, allow the wines to develop an aromatic range that proceeds in the glass with punctuality, gustatory precision and momentum. With Altemasi, respect for mountain viticulture blends with avant-garde processing techniques: the winery founded in 1993 and developed on four levels is a small temple for the creation of taste. The sectors that compose it have been designed to work harmoniously in the creation of Trentodoc Classic Method and Charmat Method sparkling wines. These are the conditions for creating sparkling wines suitable to accompany traditional dishes from aperitifs to refined first courses, always characterized by a crunchy and savory touch, excellent creaminess and fullness on the palate. The Trentodoc Altemasi Trentodoc Altemasi includes five types of sparkling wine, each characterized by a recognizable identity and designed to satisfy various variations of taste. With the Trentodoc Riserva Graal di we are faced with the dominance of Chardonnay with a long aging on the lees of 60 months: the result is a sparkling wine with a golden color and persistent perlage, with hints of hazelnut and honey, ideal for celebrating an event in style. important. Another reference wine is the Trentodoc Pas Dosé with identical aging but capable of fruity and floral aromas with a touch of greater minerality and very suitable to accompany smoked fish and shellfish in general. The beauty of Altemasi is being able to lose yourself in many fragrances always in the name of new surprises for the palate. What are the characteristics of the Altemasi Blanc de Noirs? With the Trentodoc Blanc de Noirs we are faced with a sparkling wine that ages over 36 months on the lees: hints of yellow pulp fruits are finely intertwined with notes of white chocolate, both finished on the palate by citrus touches and red strawberries, denoting great structure and excellent persistence. What are the characteristics of Trentodoc Altemasi Rosé? Trentodoc Altemasi Rosé has characteristics of strong recognition as a blend of Chardonnay and Pinot Noir grapes. It is a sparkling wine that ages from 18 to 24 months on the lees and has a tender pink color, hints of wild strawberry and ripe cherry, great creaminess on the palate and a persistent finish. Perfect wine for an aperitif in style, it goes well with platters of cold cuts and cheeses as well as white meats. Why try Trentodoc Altemasi Brut Millesimato 2016? Trentodoc Altemasi Brut Millesimato 2016 is the authentic expression of Chardonnay, the grape variety of freshness and purity that distinguishes an important vintage. With over 24 months of aging on the lees, this sparkling wine with a fine grain and delicate touch, has notes of citrus and peach on the nose, great impetus on the palate with a pleasant and moderate crunchiness that defines an uncommon and full-bodied wine.

Altesino

Altesino is a forerunner of the various and important innovations that have affected the production of Sangiovese di Montalcino over time and has established itself as a leading reality and reference point in the sector. The philosophy that inspires the company is based on the intense relationship created with a territory rich in history and beauty, whose wines represent a perfect combination of tradition and culture. The wines of Altesino are united by a very high quality, the result of a great and meticulous care of all the stages of the production process: from the cultivation of the vineyards to the vinification, up to maturation and refinement.

Alvaro Palacios

Alvaro Palacios

Alvi's Drift

A 7000-hectare property, belonging to the Van der Merve family since 1928, which stands in the mountains that outline the landscape of the Breede Valley, between the cities of Worcester and Villiersdorp, in South Africa. It is the Alvi's Drift Private Winery, with a name that recalls the homonymous bridge built to access the estate, which boasts a wine production of absolute importance, with 500 hectares of land planted with 19 varieties of grapes, immersed in a suggestive landscape and luxuriant. Grape varieties such as Cabernet Sauvignon, Shiraz, Merlot, Pinot Noir, Bouschet and Petit Verdot, but also Chardonnay and Viognier. Wines that are simply unique, as demonstrated by the large series of awards, born from the passion for experimentation but also from an extraordinary terroir.

Amara

Amazzoni

Ambra

The Ambra Farm is located near the Ombrone River, in Carmignano in Tuscany. Its name originates from the poem Ambra , written in the fifteenth century by Lorenzo Il Magnifico, who commissioned the construction of the Medici Villa of Poggio a Caiano, right in the area where the farm stands. The vineyards are located in four of the most renowned crus in the Carmignano area: the hill of Montalbiolo, Elzana, Santa Cristina in Pilli and Montefortini, next to the Etruscan tombs of the same name. Here high quality wines are produced, including Carmignano, known and appreciated since the 13th century and the first DOC wine in the world.

Ambrogio e Giovanni Folonari

The Folonari family has been operating in the wine sector since the late 1700s and already in 1825 the mission was to produce and distribute the best Italian wines in the world. After the Second World War and the profound changes that this brought to Italy in terms of economic growth, the Folonari began to produce new high quality wines, which helped to create the new frontier of Italian wine. At the end of the 1960s the family began to focus on wines bottled at the origin, thanks also to the acquisition of the famous Tenuta di Nozzole near Greve in Chianti, in the heart of the Chianti Classico, and at the same time bought other estates in Tuscany, with the goal of creating and producing fine wines. In 2000, Ambrogio and Giovanni Folonari Tenute were created, giving life to a group of companies located in areas with the highest wine-growing vocation in Tuscany. Today the company produces wines of the highest quality, with a strong link with the territory.

Amiot Servelle

Amiral de Beychevelle

Amisfield

Andeluna

The charm of Argentina resonates in the products signed Andeluna, a reality that was born in the mid-90s thanks to Ward Lay. Ward, coming from a family of North American entrepreneurs, decides to invest part of his profits by building a winery, joining in partnership with the family of Italian origins Reina Rutini. The area identified to start production is that of the Uco Valley, in the shadow of the Tupungato mountain, one of the most suitable areas of the entire nation; Michel Rolland, an internationally renowned winemaker, is called to monitor each stage of the process. Today Andeluna is a winery that rests on very solid foundations, and the Barale family, already present in Argentina with other wineries, took over its management. The production philosophy is totally focused on respect for the terroir, the true and only interpreter of what the Valle de Uco is able to bring in the glass. Among the rows, which are spread over a vineyard area of about 80 hectares, various varieties are grown, both native and international, such as Malbec, Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvigon, Merlot, Torrontés, Chardonnay and Sauvignon Blanc. Vines that give life to a varied range of labels, from which the rocky and calcareous character of the soil from which they arise emerges, giving us an authentic sip, which, in the case of the Tupungato Malbec "Altitud" and the Valle de Uco Malbec "1300", reaches internationally recognized quality levels.

Andre Bart

Andreola

The history of the Andreola company began in 1984 with the activity of Nazzareno Pola. Located in the productive heart of Valdobbiadene Prosecco Superiore, today it is led by Stefano Pola who continues to pursue a respectful idea of Prosecco, starting from the importance of the territory and the preservation of its particularities. All this by operating with a 'heroic' viticulture that largely involves manual labor. Respect for ancient processing methods is combined with technological innovation to offer an identity product oriented towards the possibility of offering authentic tasting experiences linked to the principles of harmony and balance. In 2009 Andreola introduces innovative aspects in communication, always in the name of elegance: a new bottle with personalized and recognizable shapes such as those designed for the new Verv and Bollè lines, or the new Rive Selection line. Such initiative has also seen the recognition of the foreign market and the collaboration with the Autodromo Nazionale di Monza for which the Monza Collection line dedicated to the Italian Formula 1 Grand Prix was created in 2014. Prosecco Andreola Prosecco Andreola is expressed in a wide range that includes both Prosecco Valdobbiadene Superiore di Cartizze DOCG , as well as the more classic Valdobbiadene Prosecco Superiore DOCG. All this is possible by exploiting the ampelographic heritage of the Glera grapes that adorn the hills of Valdobbiadene and find the favor of a perfect southern exposure. Exposure, type of soil and temperatures are precisely key pedoclimatic factors in the expression of organoleptic peculiarities such as those that determine the two types Rive and Cartizze of which Andreola tells all the charm. To determine the success of Prosecco Andreola there is also a skilful work of preserving the territory and adapting modern technologies to the natural riches offered by these extraordinary places. What distinguishes Andreola's Bollé Rosé? The Bollé di Andreola line includes a Rosé Extra Dry made with Incrocio Manzoni 13.0.25 black berried grapes. Coming from the Raboso Piave, this grape is responsible for the color obtained from the wine characterized by creaminess and good structure. Which Brut sparkling wine from the Andreola winery should you try? There are several sparkling wines classified as Brut di Andreola but surely the Dirupo is to be tasted, a Valdobbiadene Prosecco Superiore DOCG made with 90% Glera grapes, 5% Bianchetta and 5% Perera. It is a very delicate wine, with evident floral and fruity scents, and ideal for appetizers or fish dishes. What distinguishes Andreola's Bollé Cuvée Extra Dry? Bollé Cuvée Extra Dry Andreola is a sparkling wine made with 100% Glera grapes from different areas. Characterized by enormous pleasantness and delicacy, it is undoubtedly the wine to be used for disengaged aperitifs or to open great celebrations.

Angel's Envy

Angostura

Leading company in the production of bitters and as famous as it is appreciated in the production of Caribbean Rum, Angostura is nowadays an essential brand for any self-respecting cocktail bar. The company dates back to 1824, when Dr. Siegert perfected the famous formula for the aromatic bitter Amargo Aromatico, which at the time he used for military surgical practices in the army of Simón Bolívar - in the locality of Angostura in Venezuela. Realizing the potential of what he had created, Angostura became a family business and the headquarters moved to Trinidad, in the heart of the Caribbean. Through almost three centuries of refinement and continuous research, Angostura still aims today at the continuous renewal and leadership of the amaro and rum market, so much so that it has become a Royal Warrant brand of Queen Elizabeth.

Anne Boisson

Anselmi

Roberto Anselmi is remembered among the wine producers who have best been able to enhance and bring to the fore the wines from the Garganega variety. While operating in Monforte d'Alpone, a Veronese area entirely within the boundaries of the Soave Classico DOC appellation, and while producing wines in which Garganega reaches percentages equal to or greater than 90%, Anselmi promotes its labels under the Veneto IGT brand, in the form protest against regulatory constraints he considered too mild and permissive. Anselmi's wines, born from vineyards located in the high Veronese hills, on soils rich in volcanic tuff that give a typical mineral imprint, are made with innovative means pursuing principles of measure and sobriety. The highest qualitative peaks are reached by the plots of the historic Soave areas, above all Capitel Croce and Foscarino.

Anselmo Mendes

Ansgar Clusserath

Antica Fratta

The Antica Fratta winery is located in Monticelli Brusati, in the Franciacorta area . Elegance, pleasantness and exclusivity are the key words on which the philosophy of the company is based, which has chosen to follow the path of a limited and very accurate production, with the awareness that it is precisely the details that make the difference. Thanks to a great work in the vineyard (which includes clonal selections, low production of grapes per vine and manual harvesting of the bunches) and a careful winemaking process (from soft pressing to assembly tests), Antica Fratta today produces ambitious and elegant wines , which embody the true essence of Franciacorta.

Antoine Jobard

Antonelli

In 1881 a family from Spoleto, the Antonellis, bought the Montefalco estate, located in the province of Perugia, transforming it into a modern and innovative wine company. Antonelli is a company that today boasts 170 hectares of vineyards in the center of the Montefalco DOCG and takes care of all its production in every single detail, leaving nothing to chance: a great history behind it but always looking towards the future make it one of the most important realities of Umbria, with wines that fully express the character of a land. Sangiovese, Sagrantino, Grechetto and Trebbiano Spolentino, these are the most representative grapes of the estate, whose salient feature is precisely the elegance and refinement. Not only that: for years now the winery has undertaken a path of research, improvement of the vine and experimentation in the cellar in search of the perfect balance, of that harmonious and graceful taste rather than vigor, with delicate extractions and a sparing use of wood, to give the wines an extraordinary freshness and drinkability.

Antoniolo

Reality of absolute prominence in the panorama of Gattinara, the Cantina Antoniolo was born in 1948, in an area whose archaeological excavations attest to the cultivation of the vine already in Roman times. Founded by Mario Antoniolo, it is today in the hands of his daughter Rosanna, who has held the reins of the company since 1980. A great passion, love for the territory and a deep-rooted respect for the territory are the cornerstones on which the company rests, as well as the decision to treat the vine in the least invasive way possible, leaving nature the delicate task of taking care of the grapes. . With 11 hectares of vineyards, aged between 35 and 40 years, this family mainly produces Nebbiolo: and it does it in a masterly way, as demonstrated by the absolute refinement, elegance and refinement of the wines. Wines to love.

Antoniotti Odilio

Ao Yun

Aperol

The history of Aperol is inextricably linked to the name of the Barbieri brothers, who invented it: it was 1919 and Silvio and Luigi Barbieri present it at the international fair in Padua. This is how the Barbieri brothers, given the success of Aperol, decide to invest in advertising campaigns: in this way the orange color becomes the distinctive feature of the product, to the point that the first slogans that invite you to drink begin to appear in all the bars Aperol. It was then in the 1930s that a campaign aimed at women was conceived, with a seamstress who, measuring the waistline of a woman, exclaimed: "Madam! Aperol keeps the line". But it was in the 1980s that a new season was inaugurated for Aperol thanks to the spread of the legendary Venetian aperitif, the Spritz Aperol: today it is the most iconic, peculiar and trendy orange-colored aperitif, also made famous by the great advertising slogans, from carousels to splendid modern advertisements, thanks to a particular artistic sensitivity of the Barbieri brothers. Light, fresh, drinkable but with an elaborate taste given by the union of herbs and roots of the highest quality. The original recipe has remained the same and secret to this day. Simply unique.

Appleton

Hidden in the heart of Jamaica, in an impervious and virgin territory, Appleton Estate is an ancient distillery that has been producing one of the most elegant rums in the world since 1749. A story that has unfolded for more than 265 years and is best known through the uniqueness of a terroir and of the working process. All rums are produced under the special supervision of Joy Spence, the first Master Blender in the world. A secret is hidden in every glass of Appleton, that of a land that few know.

Araujo

Ardbeg

As historic as it is a famous whiskey company, Ardbeg has deep and troubled roots on the south coast of the Isle of Islay, Scotland. Founded in 1815 by John McDougall, in this wild and arid land, the company has a rather troubled history, with continuous closures and changes of ownership, until 1997 when it was bought by Glenmorangie. However, the quality of the products has never changed, which have always been an indication of absolute excellence in the field of single malt whiskeys, produced from the water of the lakes of Arigh Nam Beist and Uigeadail and which, together with the decisive aroma of the peat used in drying of the malt and salty scents due to the proximity of the sea, give Ardbeg whiskey its typical peculiarities that have distinguished it over time.

Ardbeg

Argentiera

Argiano

Argiolas

The history of the Argiolas Winery begins in the early 1900s in Serdiana, a land of vineyards and olive trees in southern Sardinia. It is here that, in 1906, Antonio, the patriarch, was born, who began to plant the rows, to combine vineyard to vineyard and to produce always looking for quality, with the utmost rigor and respect for the territory. Today the third generation of the Argiolas family works in the cellar, Antonio's grandsons, who continue to produce wines while maintaining a strong bond with the land and with the tradition, handed down from parents to children.

Argiolas

Argyros

Argyros, founded in 1903 in the wonderful Episkopi Santorini, is now managed by Matthew Argyros, belonging to the fourth generation of the family's winemakers. The company owns 120 hectares of vineyards, with vines with an average age of 70 years, some even among the oldest on the island, with more than 200 years of age. The philosophy on which the company rests is to create unique, exceptional wines, from the native varieties of Santorini, such as Assyrtiko, Aidani and Mavrotragano. Argyros, with its two centuries of history, is a company well projected towards the future: the winery has recently been renovated, now in a new building located in the heart of the vineyards. This is how wines of character and balance are born, with a constant commitment that does not yield to quality.

Arianna Occhipinti

The Arianna Occhipinti farm was born from the passion of its creator of the same name in the Fossa di Lupo area, in Vittoria, an ancient place rich in traditions, known to the world of viticulture for the production of Cerasuolo di Vittoria and Frappato. The production of Arianna, who defines herself as a natural winemaker, respectful of the grape and its plant, as well as of its territory, is centered on Frappato and Nero d'Avola. This philosophy is reflected in the wines, which in addition to being organic are in all respects natural, where attention to the soil is the basis of the whole process and for whose production selected indigenous yeasts are used. “Respect wine as if it were a person” is the mantra of Arianna, who for years has made herself known and respected for the qualities and peculiarities of her products.

Armand de Brignac

Armilla

Arnaldo Caprai

The Arnaldo Caprai winery was founded in 1971 in the heart of Montefalco, thanks to Marco Caprai's passion for the territory and for the wine culture. The attention to tradition, the orientation towards innovation and experimentation and the link with the territory are the values that constantly guide the winery. Arnaldo Caprai wines are elegant, refined and endowed with great personality, perfectly representing the identity of the great heritage of culture and tradition preserved in Montefalco over the centuries. The winery is recognized as the leading company in the production of Sagrantino di Montefalco, the great red wine produced from Sagrantino grapes, a unique vine that has only grown in the Montefalco area for more than four hundred years.

Arnaldo Caprai

Arnaud Chopin

Arnaud Mortet

Aromes de Pavie

ArPePe

Artadi

Arthur Metz

Astoria

Astoria is one of the best known and most famous brands in the historical Prosecco di Conegliano and Valdobbiadene area. It is characterized by its innovative appearance, always in step with the times and with the tastes of a young audience. The company was founded in 1987 by Paolo and Giorgio Polegato, children of a historic family of winemakers from the Valdobbiadene and Conegliano area. A territory that has always been dedicated to the cultivation of vines, which represents the qualitative summit of the vast world of Prosecco. The vines are grown on the steep slopes of the splendid hilly exposures close to the Prealps. There are about forty hectares managed by the Astoria winery in this extraordinary area of Veneto. A mosaic of vineyards set among the woods, which form a unique landscape for beauty and integration between the patient work of man and nature. The cool, breezy climate and the predominantly calcareous soils proved to be perfect for the needs of Glera, the most typical grape of the area. It is a heroic, difficult, tiring viticulture, which requires great commitment in terms of time and energy, but pays off with grapes with an intense aromatic profile and great freshness, perfect for being sparkling in autoclave. The Martinotti or Charmat Method, in fact, allows to obtain sparkling wines that keep intact the primary aromas and aromas of the grapes, giving a pleasantly fragrant and fruity sip. It is precisely these characteristics of immediacy and ease of drinking that have made Prosecco so famous and loved all over the world. But Astoria is not only Prosecco Superiore di Conegliano and Valdobbiadene, it also produces Prosecco DOCG on the Asolo Hills, another area of high quality sparkling wines that is establishing itself among the best excellences in the sector. To complete the range of wines, the reds, another specialty of the Veneto region, could not be missing. Astoria produces red wines on the Colli di Conegliano with the most classic international vines and in Valpolicella with the native vines of the area: Corvina, Convinone and Rondinella. The labels of great wines such as Ripasso and Amarone, among the most loved by foreign consumers, are born on the Valpolicella estate.

Attems

Attems was born from a tradition with very ancient origins, since in 1964 Count Douglas Attems founded the Consorzio dei Vini del Collio. Today the estate extends for 79 hectares on the terraced slopes west of Gorizia, in an area particularly suited to viticulture. Attems harvests the fruits of a priceless combination of factors: an ancient family tradition, an ideal territory for the production of great whites and advanced technology. Thus it can guarantee the excellence of its fine wines, characterized by a great richness of aromas, complex taste, elegance and long persistence: perfect expressions of this territory.

Aubert et Pamela Villaine

Augier

Founded in 1643 by a wine merchant, Augier is the oldest of the Cognac houses. Its history is that of a futuristic company that has enhanced the terroir and grapes of the Cognac region. Augier's motto is: "Looking for typicality, cultivating terroirs and grapes, creating Cognac with a singular character." Filtration does not use refrigeration and the whole production process takes place without the addition of external agents, additives or substances This is how sincere and peculiar Cognacs are born, with a traditional distillation method and a deep respect for the land.

Auguste Clape

Aultmore

Avanzi

Present in the area around Lake Garda, in four different estates in the municipalities of Sirmione, Desenzano del Garda and Polpenazze del Garda, the Avanzi company has been producing its wines with great passion since 1931, mainly under the denominations of Lugana DOC, Garda Classico. DOC and Valtènesi DOC. With over 60 hectares of property, divided between vineyards and olive groves, Avanzi produces among the best expressions of sparkling wines, white wines and red wines of the area. The vineyards are divided into 11 varieties of grapes, including international varieties such as Chardonnay and Cabernet and native vines such as Trebbiano di Lugana.

Averna

Amaro Averna is a must of the Italian after dinner, an iconic digestive with an intense and bittersweet taste obtained from herbs, roots and natural spices that undergo a slow infusion process capable of releasing all its aromatic charge. The most authentic soul of Sicily, to be served with sage and rosemary leaves and mixing everything by rotating the characteristic womb glass. The story tells that the prior Frà Girolamo of the Abbey of Santo Spirito in Caltanissetta wanted to share the secret recipe of his digestive with the fabric merchant Salvatore Averna as a thank you for his commitment in the community, so that Salvatore began to produce the amaro for the own guests of his summer residence, Villa Xiboli. Thanks to the significant contribution of his son Francesco Averna, his amaro experienced a rapid spread and success, so much so that it was able to affix the royal coat of arms of the House of Savoy on the label, thanks to the concession of King Vittorio Emanuele III, with the words "Brevetto della Real Casa".

Aviation

Avignonesi

The Avignonesi winery is located on the gentle hills of Valiano di Montepulciano, in the province of Siena, and its name is that of the founding family of the estate. One of the most representative company in Tuscany, it carries out constant research and development aimed at best expressing the peculiarities of a large territory. The wines of Avignonesi respect the tradition and the enological culture of Montepulciano; each stage of production, from the vineyard to the cellar, is carried out with the utmost care and in the most natural way possible, to keep the character of each vine intact and enhance the specific characteristics of each terroir.

Avignonesi & Capannelle

Ayala

Founded in 1860 by Edmond de Ayala, the Ayala maison is located in Aÿ, in the heart of the vineyards of the French Champagne area . Always independent and family-run, this company has always produced balanced, delicate and ethereal wines, perfectly in line with its refined style. Today, over 150 years after its foundation, Ayala continues its mission of producing the highest quality Champagne, loved all over the world for their great freshness and refined elegance.

Azelia

In the heart of the Langhe, in Castiglione Falletto, in 1920 the Cavalier Lorenzo Scavino began to vinify part of the grapes produced by the family vineyards, with the help of his son Alfonso and Luigi who began to bottle and export wine: a simple story, family, that of the Azelia winery, which today has 16 hectares of vineyards and produces an average of 80,000 bottles per year. Luigi is joined by his wife Lorella and his son Lorenzo, who now represent the fifth generation of wine producers. Great care in the work of the vineyard is the cornerstone on which the company rests as well as the absolute respect for nature: the low yields are further reduced through the green harvest, necessary to choose the fruits and bring them to perfect ripeness. Tradition meets modernity in the cellar, thanks to the use of the latest generation techniques.

Azienda Agricola Canalicchio di Sopra

Azienda Agricola Conterno Fantino

Azienda Agricola Eraldo Viberti

Babich

Bachelet Monnot

Badia a Coltibuono

The Badia a Coltibuono winery is located in Gaiole in Chianti, in the province of Siena. The company, whose name means "abbey of good harvest", was founded by the Vallombrosan monks about a thousand years ago, as a place of meditation and worship; even then the first vineyards were planted, starting the long tradition that still characterizes the winery today. After 10 centuries of history, Badia a Coltibuono implements a philosophy based on sustainability and respect for the territory, cultivating its lands under organic farming. The company's wines are produced with passion and dedication and are perfect expressions of the territory in which they are born.

Baileys

Baileys is a company that needs no introduction. The brand has been known internationally for decades now and produces the most famous whiskey cream in the collective imagination, present in every bar and in homes around the world, in over 150 countries. The story of Baileys begins in Dublin in 1974, from the intuition of David Dand, who was able to anticipate the trends of that period and create an absolutely new product: a blend of refined Irish whiskey and cream, which would also suit the most delicate. After three years of trying, Dand and his team came up with the perfect blend, the same one that is found today in every bottle of Baileys: aged whiskey, Irish cow's milk cream, vanilla pods and cocoa beans.

Bailly Lapierre

Ballot Millot

Balter

Banfi

Banfi was born in 1978 thanks to the will of the Italian American brothers John and Harry Mariani, who from the beginning had ambitious projects, with the aim of integrating a quality wine production with a modern cellar. Aware of the fundamental role that an oenologist has in the creation of wines, the two brothers immediately chose Ezio Rivella, one of the greatest Italian oenologists, who immediately understood the great potential for development of the territory. The adventure of the brothers John and Harry continued in Piedmont , with the acquisition of the historic Bruzzone winery, active since 1860 and specialized in the production of sparkling wines, to make it the Piedmontese brand of the group, today Banfi Piemonte. Banfi red wine: emotion, experience, passion in every bottle Banfi red wine was born with an ambitious goal: to transfer the experience, emotion and passion of the Mariani brothers into every bottle. For this reason, in addition to the great wines of Montalcino ( Brunello , Rosso and Moscadello di Montalcino), the Banfi production also extends to the most prestigious Tuscan denominations, from Chianti , to Bolgheri, to Chianti Classico, and to some of the most renowned denominations. Piedmontese, up to the Chilean wines of Concha y Toro, one of the most renowned Chilean wineries in the world, and Emiliana, known and appreciated all over the world for its organic and biodynamic production. Banfi: after Tuscany, Piedmont Banfi Piemonte is the result of the encounter between the centuries-old Piedmontese winemaking and sparkling wine tradition and the Montalcino winemaking experience; the dream of the Mariani brothers to carry out a project aimed at enhancing the most precious denominations of lower Piedmont. Also in Piedmont, just as it happened in Tuscany , the company's vocation for the highest quality and the strong link with the territory give rise to a wide production, with a varied and complete range that aims to enhance the main Piedmontese vines, such as Cortese, Brachetto and Dolcetto. Furthermore, Banfi Piemonte has managed to distinguish itself in the production of very high quality sparkling wines, managing in a short time to become one of the protagonists of the Alta Langa DOCG appellation. What refinement follows the banfi brunello di montalcino wine? Banfi Brunello di Montalcino wine ages 80% in 60 and 90 hl French oak barrels. and 20% in 350 liter French oak barrels for 2 years. What kind of sparkling wine does Banfi produce? In Piedmont Banfi produces the sweet sparkling wine of the local tradition, with Asti Spumante and Brachetto (in addition to the natural Moscato d'Asti DOCG), as well as high-level classic Alta Langa DOCG sparkling wines. What differentiates the red Banfi di montalcino from the Brunello? Banfi Rosso di Montalcino has a shorter aging in wood than Brunello, in 60 and 90 hl French oak barrels and 350 l French oak barrels. for 3-6 months and for this reason it has an immediate drinkability, less powerful tannins and a shorter longevity.

Barbalonga

The Barbalonga company was born from a dream and the passion of a man, Angelo Martinazzi, an engineer-architect with a long beard - hence the name - who in 1988 bought a plot on the slopes of Monte Orfano, in the Brescia area. And from the love for a territory that Angelo wanted to enhance, contributing to the Franciacorta tradition with deep dedication and respect. Emerging winery of Franciacorta deserves to be known and recognized for its bubbles which become an absolute expression of taste and elegance, a Classic Method with an unmistakable trait.

Barbancourt

Barbanera

The Barbanera Winery is located in the countryside of Cetona, in the heart of Tuscany, almost on the border with Umbria. The estate was founded in 1938 by Altero and Maria Franceschini with the desire to create a small farm dedicated to viticulture. After more than eighty years, Blackbeard has been able to preserve a family dimension, jealously guarded for four generations, who have succeeded one another at the head of the estate, passing on knowledge, experience and love for the land. From the sale of wine on the local market, to the first commercial contacts with the reality of the Roman restaurant at the beginning of the adventure, we moved to a national and then an international dimension of the company, which today is successfully present on numerous foreign markets. A progressive process of growth and evolution, which led in 2007 to give the name of Blackbeard to the family business, to make it a brand with its own precise identity. The estate extends at the foot of Monte Cetona, with vineyards cultivated on splendid sunny slopes, characterized by the presence of soils very suitable for viticulture. The philosophy of the winery has always had as its objective the production of quality wines, capable of enhancing the best excellences of the territory. The great passion and the desire to always improve, have led the company to undertake a virtuous path to try to offer wines that are increasingly authentic and capable of expressing the best qualities of the vines and the territory. The cool climate and good altitudes, which guarantee good temperature variations, allow the grapes to ripen slowly and progressively, accumulating a rich set of aromas and aromas. Today the company offers three different collections of wines, distinguished by different brands, with labels that come from the Tuscan estate and Puglia. The family collection collects the best labels of the estate, the most prestigious and identifying wines, the result of the best vineyards grown in the Cetona area. The “Barbanera” line was born in 2007 to celebrate the strong bond between the Franceschini family and the most ancient traditions of territories that have always been suited to viticulture such as the Chianti Classico area, the Nobile di Montepulciano and the great Apulian wines. Finally, the Duca di Saragnano line was created to commemorate the family bond with the noble family from the hinterland of Salerno, who settled in Tuscany. In this collection are collected the labels that come from Tuscany, Puglia and Sicily, characterized by a frank and typically territorial profile.

Barbier

Baron Arques

Baron de Ladoucette

One of the most famous wineries in the Loire Valley, whose first vineyards were purchased by the Comte Lafond family in Pouilly-Fumé at the end of the 18th century, from the illegitimate daughter of the French king Louis XV. Baron Patrick de Ladoucette, a descendant of Comte Lafonde and current owner had the task of perpetuating a highly esteemed tradition of excellence among white wines. He later wanted to expand his wine properties, extending to the regions of Sancerre, Pouilly-Fuissé, Chablis, Champagne, Vouvray and Chinon. The fame of Baron de Ladoucette is consecrated with the noble Pouilly-Fumé Baron de L, universally recognized as the best Sauvignon in the world, an oenological pearl endowed with great finesse and amplitude in aromas. The name Comte Lafond, on the other hand, is carried high in the Sancerre whites which it produces following principles of excellence and extreme elegance. The principles of all domaines are based on respect for the heritage of grapes and terroir, enhanced by separately vinified plots, with meticulous attention to each individual cru.

Baron de Sigognac

In the Armagnac house it is said that the Baron of Sigognac, fascinated by the idea of time and its flow, makes a change to all the watches he finds in the cellar: on these watches, the dial had ten divisions instead of twelve. Thus, the seconds had become years, the minute hand moved only once every two decades and the hour hand marked the centuries. This is how the Baron discovers the almost esoteric rite of aging in Armagnac: the slow passage of time and patience. Legend also has it that the baron used to separate each harvest into different barrels and was the first to realize he wanted to sell his brandies as real vintage armagnacs. Today, Armagnac is a distillery of absolute importance, based on two fundamental principles: the exclusive use of reliable and traditional production methods and the choice of quality in every phase of production, starting with the care of the vineyards and respect for traditions. . Thus, tasting an Armagnac is an experience of life, the deliberate and conscious choice to sip a distillate of boundless quality.

Baron Edmond de Rothschild

The history of the Baron Edmond de Rothschild company originates from the homonymous baron, great-grandson of the famous James Rothschild, the owner of Château Lafite. Edmond, intent on continuing the family's legendary wine tradition, bought two Cru Bourgeois in Listrac and Moulis-en-Médoc in 1973: Château Clarke and Château Malmaison, thus creating the Baron Edmond de Rothschild Wine Company, which in a short time acquired other properties in Bordeaux, as well as in Argentina, South Africa, Spain and New Zealand. Through the wisdom and the great family tradition, the company has immediately carved out an important place in the already crowded and complex Bordeaux wine world, obviously thanks to the two varieties of Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon.

Baron Longo

Baron Samedi

Barone Pizzini

Founded in 1870, Barone Pizzini is one of the oldest wineries in Franciacorta and the first to produce Franciacorta wines from grapes grown under organic farming, leaving each vineyard the opportunity to express itself, in a harmonious partnership between nature and technology. 140 years of tradition, wisdom and experience, a long journey made of research, commitment, effort, study and great satisfaction, which culminates in the goal of producing pure wines, free of any residue extraneous to nature and created in full respect of every terroir and of its peculiarities.

Barone Ricasoli

The Ricasoli name has been linked to wine since 1141, the year in which the Castello di Brolio, located in Gaiole in Chianti and now the company headquarters, became the property of the family. It was Baron Bettino Ricasoli, in the 19th century, the proponent of one of the most famous wines in the world: Chianti. Barone Ricasoli is today the largest winery in the Chianti Classico area. In its state-of-the-art cellars, located on the hills near the castle, the same pursuit of excellence begun in the 19th century is pursued, experimenting and innovating, with the mission of enhancing the unique characteristics of this territory.

Barone Ricasoli

Barons de Rothschild

Barramundi

Bartolo Mascarello

Bartolo Mascarello

Basilisco

Among the most fascinating wineries in the Lucanian wine scene, Basilisco develops inside the ancient lava caves of the "Shesh", the historic Cantine di Barile Park, which the Feudi di San Gregorio company wanted to re-enhance through a courageous project recovery. A place so suggestive and scenographic that it was chosen by Pasolini to set “The Gospel According to Matthew”. The vineyards located on the slopes of the Vulture, all organically run, are affected by the influence of the now extinct volcano that marks the characteristics of a terroir, characterized by a soil of volcanic origin that is enriched with layers of tuff and flysch. The vinification processes take place on the north side of the cave at an ideal temperature of 16-18 ° C, at the end of which the wine is left to rest in the silent meanders of the volcano.

Bastianich Winery

Bastianich Winery, founded in 1997, consists of 35 hectares of vineyards. The estate vineyards are located on the Colli Orientali del Friuli, in two distinct areas, both in DOC territory. The first vineyard, which extends over the hills of Buttrio and Premariacco, is influenced by the heat coming from the sea and is famous for the production of full-bodied and structured wines. The second vineyard, located on the hills of Cividale del Friuli, is influenced by the bora, the cold wind coming from the north, and produces wines of greater aromatic intensity. The objective of the Bastianich winery is to absorb the history and culture of the area, creating unique wines that narrate the place but which, at the same time, demonstrate to stand out for their body, structure and balance.

Battenfeld Spanier

Bava

Beaucastel

Beefeater

The Beefeater story begins in 1863, when James Burrough buys a distillery whose specialty was making "Taylor & Son" liqueurs in Cale Street, Chelsea. After years of study and experimentation, James Burrough comes to compose the catalog, which in 1876 included the James Burrough London Dry, the Ye Old Chelsea and the Old Tom Style gin. He decides to add a new brand: Beefeater London Dry gin. The Beefeater enjoyed immediate success, so much so that in 1895 the official recipe was drawn up and it was declared the company's reference product. Today the distillery is in the hands of Allied Domecq, which since 2005 has been part of the Pernod Ricard group, which with great entrepreneurial intuition has invested heavily in the brand, making Beefeater the company's flagship gin. Beefeater is a purely London gin that winks at the new generations, without forgetting the legacy of its great past.

Begude

Belisario

Creating a style, not a fashion: this is the banner of Cantine Belisario, born in 1971 in Matelica, in the province of Macerata. Today it is a company that can dispose of 300 hectares of vineyards and can be considered the largest producer of Verdicchio di Matelica DOC, where each label has its own specific vineyard. With a team made up of an oenologist, four winemakers, four cellar masters and various offices, Cantine Belisario can be said to be a solid reality in the Marche landscape. A benevolent microclimate, particularly mild and sunny, allows for limited production and full ripening of the fruit. Characteristics that you will find in their extraordinary wines, recognized and awarded by important guides and authoritative sommeliers.

Bellaria

Bellavista

Bellavista is the reference Franciacorta for those who love class and elegance. Bellavista is one of the most prestigious names in Franciacorta. It represents not only an absolute level of excellence, but also a piece of history of this famous Denomination dedicated to the production of the Classic Method. The Bellavista company was founded in 1977 thanks to Vittorio Moretti who decides to recover some family vineyards, bringing the company over time to an extension of more than 200 hectares of vineyards. The vineyards are cultivated on the reliefs of the gentle hills created by the moraine of an ancient alpine glacier. The mild climate, the draining soils rich in pebbles, have proved to be a perfect habitat for Chardonnay and Pinot Noir to be made sparkling. Great attention in the vineyard, strictly manual harvests and delicate vinification with a soft pressing of the grapes, guarantee musts of excellent quality. With vines that embrace Lake Iseo up to lap the Alps, Bellavista is the company that pays particular attention to production methods to create cuvées recognizable in the taste and sensitivity of its creators. With about ninety selections, Bellavista pursues maximum naturalness, respecting the vineyard and enhancing the peculiarities of Franciacorta , distinguishing itself for qualitative consistency and great recognition. The continuous search for excellence in the combination of Chardonnay and Pinot Grigio is further refined by Bellavista with the careful care of plots distant from each other and each with its own name. This is the consistency renewed by a qualitative challenge for the many Classic Method proposals such as the recognizable bottle of Franciacorta Brut DOCG Grande Cuvée Alma Bellavista with 40 months aging on the lees or the Bellavista Alma Non Dosato which uses nine reserve wines in the cuvée. The variety of Franciacorta Bellavista The variety of Franciacorta Bellavista depends on countless factors involved in the creation of the cuvées. Franciacorta Bellavista is initially created with Pinot Nero, Pinot Bianco and Chardonnay grapes that come from one hundred and seven vineyards located near Lake Iseo. The manual harvesting and selection of the grapes is one of the most important moments in the process of creating Franciacorta Bellavista. As a Classic Method, the base wine obtained for the Franciacorta Bellavista is assembled in cuvées destined to referment in the bottle for a few months. The selection of wines, the aging of some of these in oak and the possibility of drawing on reserve wines are factors capable of guaranteeing complexity to Franciacorta Bellavista before the second fermentation begins. The Franciacorta Bellavista certainly stand out the Franciacorta Brut Satèn DOCG 2016 Bellavista with aging for at least 5 years in the cellar and the Millesimato Bellavista Teatro alla Scala Brut, a blend of Chardonnay and Pinot Nero from old vines with more than a quarter of the wines aged in oak. Is Bellavista a Prosecco? Bellavista is produced in Franciacorta while Prosecco is produced in the provinces of Veneto and Friuli Venezia Giulia . As a Classic Method, the Bellavista ferments a second time in the bottle while the Prosecco undergoes the second fermentation in the autoclave. Furthermore, Bellavista cannot be a Prosecco because it is created with grapes other than Glera such as Chardonnay, Pinot Nero and Pinot Bianco. What is Bellavista Rosé made from? Bellavista Rosé is made from 55% Chardonnay and 45% Pinot Nero grapes. The rosé color of Bellavista Rosé is mainly due to the pigments present on the skins of Pinot Noir while the particularity of this sparkling wine consists in the creation of a blend of more than 30 different selections and the refinement of some of these base wines in oak. What does the Bellavista Brut match with? There are many labels of Bellavista Brut, that is of Classic Method sparkling wine vinified to have a final sugar residue between 0 and 12 g / l. It is ideal to accompany appetizers and seafood first courses but it lends itself very well as a refined or informal aperitif wine.

Bellevue Mondotte

Bellussi

Belsazar

Vermouth in Berlin has the face of Belsazar, the company founded in 2013 by Sebastian Brack and Maximilian Wagner, both from the high ranks of spirits who can count on the help of the Schladerer House Distillery, located in the heart of the Black Forest, in the region of Baden-Wurttemberg. Fruit brandy, aged wine must, highly selected botanicals and wines chosen from indigenous productions: these are the four fundamental ingredients that constitute the key to their success. An absolute novelty in the German panorama, perhaps for this reason less known than the Turin reality or the Vermouth di Chambéry, but certainly no less noteworthy, far from it. We liked it so much.

Beluga

Beluga distillates are born in the Mariinsky distillery, founded in 1900 in the uncontaminated and wild Siberia with excellent raw materials, such as water from artesian wells that contribute to making this vodka brand one of the most appreciated of its kind. A vodka born from excellence to be the very symbol of excellence and luxury. Beluga: the best way to buy it is online. Buying Beluga online is easy thanks to vino.com, which makes the luxury of this vodka accessible to everyone and available in a few days. This luxury Russian brand, designed for enthusiasts and collectors, has labels such as Noble Vodka Beluga, the first vodka produced under the Beluga brand, and Transatlantic Racing Vodka Beluga, the result of meticulous and painstaking work, created as a tribute to the Russian national sailing team. , which has achieved a high number of victories in the most prestigious international regattas in the Mediterranean and Atlantic. Beluga vodka Vodka Beluga has obtained the status of "classic", which is refined with a "rest" period of thirty days. This type of technology has been proven for centuries. Vodka Beluga: a recent history The history of Vodka Beluga as it is today is recent: the first Vodka Beluga produced dates back to 2002 in the Mariinsky distillery, a historic Siberian distillery that decides to create a luxury brand, intended for a public connoisseur of vodka, also accustomed to appreciate it straight. , and not just in cocktails. What is the price of beluga vodka? Vodka Beluga has a medium-high price, as it is intended for a sophisticated and demanding public, who loves luxury even in spirits. A perfect vodka both in cocktails and smooth, thanks to its soft and intense taste. What is beluga gold vodka? Vodka Beluga Gold is a limited edition of Vodka Beluga, characterized by a limited production with a no. standard for each bottle. Unique in style, it is also different in composition, thanks to the long research work to obtain a Vodka Beluga at the highest quality.

Belvedere

Belvedere represents 600 years of Polish tradition in vodka production. The name itself is a reference to the Polish presidential palace Belweder located in Warsaw. It is obtained exclusively from Dankowskie Gold rye, other local raw materials and pure water extracted from the deep artesian wells located in the area around the distillery. Belvedere vodka is the result of a four-step distillation, according to the traditional method. Now available in various versions, it has become an icon of luxury, linked to the world of entertainment and excellence.

Ben Glaetzer

Benanti

Benito Ferrara

The Benito Ferrara farm has a long history, dating back to the beginning of the last century. The winery is located in San Paolo, a hamlet of the municipality of Tufo, a terroir traditionally suited to viticulture, known for the cultivation of Greco di Tufo and Aglianico. The company has been managed for generations by the Ferrara family, which with skill and dedication has achieved a prestigious role among the Campania wineries over time. The tradition and experience handed down for generations, the passion for the world of wine and the use of cutting-edge equipment are the strengths of the winery. Benito Ferrara wines perfectly express the true essence of the territory of origin and the passion of the Ferrara family.

BenRiach

Benvenuti

Bera

On the hills covered with vineyards that lead from Neive to Neviglie, you can come across the company of the Bera family. The soils are made of clay and tuff, with a good presence of limestone, the area is windy, with south, south-west exposure. The focus of the production is undoubtedly the sparkling wines made from Moscato grapes such as Moscato d'Asti, but in the Bera range there is also room for Barbaresco and Dolcetto, for Barbera wines and Alta Langa sparkling wines.

Bergia

Beringer

Directly from Napa Valley, in one of the most suitable areas of beautiful California, this winery has been telling a long story for over 141 years, which has its roots in the year 1868. On this date, Jacob Beringer arrives in California from Germany and buys 85 acres of land in Napa Valley. Today it is one of the wineries with the most records in the world, which tenaciously pursues the goal of refining and enhancing the subtle art of winemaking, with wines that testify to its commitment: from Sonoma Valley AVA Knights to Founders' Estate, the results are always up to all expectations, even the highest.

Berlucchi

The history of the Berlucchi winery is so closely connected to that of Franciacorta that it is one of the most interesting and prestigious wineries in the area. Guido Berlucchi's first attempts to create a sparkling wine on the indications of Franco Ziliani date back to 1961. The intuition or the fascination for French sparkling wines would not have been enough if it had not also been the right combination of climatic factors and skilful interventions in the vineyard and cellar to allow Berlucchi to present its Franciacorta Metodo Classico as distinctive and unique. The Berlucchi production tradition continues today unabated with the direct descendants of Guido Berlucchi and they are entrusted with the task of continuing to present a unique and expressive Franciacorta to the world. With organic certification since 2016, Berlucchi has chosen to follow the path of environmental sustainability, taking care of quality before quantity. In addition to this production choice, Berlucchi combines the classification of the vineyards and the mapping of the land to supply the vineyard with dedicated and targeted care. Experimentation and strong roots in the production context between Lake Iseo and Val Camonica, have allowed Berlucchi to launch the '61 line with top sparkling wines such as Franciacorta Brut Satèn or Franciacorta Rosé Nature and to evoke the historic home of Palazzo Lana in the Franciacorta Riserva DOCG Palazzo Lana Brut Satèn. Franciacorta Berlucchi When we talk about Franciacorta Berlucchi we are confronted with a real authority in terms of Franciacorta Classic Method. Considering the extreme versatility and craftsmanship with which it is produced, Franciacorte Berlucchi can be indicated for casual occasions such as turning out to be the collector's wine. The whole production of Franciacorta begins with a careful monitoring of the vineyards with very advanced systems that allow the saving of resources and the optimization of quality. The harvest carried out by hand is another expression of care followed by transport in small boxes and the soft pressing of the bunches. The fractionation of the musts allows to divide the grapes and to assign them to steel vats or oak barrels after cold decanting. The resulting wine is ready for a second fermentation after the choice between 150 sparkling wine bases helps to define the cuvée on which all the flavor of Franciacorta will depend. After assembling the cuvée, a mixture of yeast and sugar is added to allow the second fermentation in the bottle to begin: from this fermentation the carbon dioxide produced remains trapped in the bottle allowing the development of the perlage. The yeast activity destined to run out over time is closely linked to a refinement process that allows Franciacorta Berlucchi to enrich itself with further organoleptic qualities thanks to a rest in the cellar, away from light sources and at a controlled temperature. With a minimum aging period of eighteen months, which in the case of Berlucchi Riserva Palazzo Lana reaches ten years, Franciacorta is ready for the further phase of remuage which allows, thanks to the progressive rotation of the bottle, to bring the extinct yeasts closer to the neck of the bottle and to facilitate disgorgement: this delicate process involves immersing the initial part of the bottle in a solution at 25 ° C below zero for fifteen minutes. The uncorking of the bottle then allows the subsequent elimination of this solidified body and anticipates the filling of the bottle with a blend of wine that will determine the relative sugar level. The closure with the cork makes the bottle ready for labeling and distribution on the market. How is Berlucchi Rosé produced? The Berlucchi Rosé, of which the Cuvée Imperiale Max and the Berlucchi '61 Rosé remain great examples, obtain the pink color thanks to the use of red grapes Pinot Nero, also responsible for a greater body than the Chardonnay and suitable for giving consistency to the final product. What are the characteristics of Franciacorta Berlucchi? Franciacorta Berlucchi is a representative sparkling wine for elegance and value. The typical hints of bread crust and yeast obtained during the long aging are perfectly integrated with the fruity and floral aromas which, in an elegant and measured way, distinguish classy wines, authentically made to offer a measured and surprising taste, certainly long lasting duration. What distinguishes Franciacorta Berlucchi '61? The Franciacorta Berlucchi '61 line is dedicated to the year of production of the first sparkling wine which recalls the collaboration between the oenologist Franco Ziliani and Guido Berlucchi. 1961 was the first year in which, after less successful attempts, the first Berlucchi cuvée was born, destined to mark the history of Franciacorta in the years to come.

Bernard & Thierry Glantenay

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Berta

The Berta distilleries were born from a curious collaboration between the sons of the cellarman Francesco Berta, Giovanni and Michele. The first followed in his father's footsteps while Michele studied to graduate in pharmacy: Giovanni supplied Michele with Barbera chinata and the elixir of Moscato passito to make liqueurs with therapeutic properties of artisanal production. Hence the idea of setting up a real distillery, founded in 1947 in Nizza Monferrato. The products of the distillery, distributed abroad in special ceramic bottles and very particular crystals, met with the hoped-for success. The traditional grappa, a strong and at the same time gentle distillate, was enriched with the aromatic complexity and finesse that arose from an artisanal approach to distillation totally based on the search for quality. Berta: the importance of refinement All the grappas of the Berta distillery are born in steel and only the best are aged in the Cantina dei Tini. This cellar houses 13 Slavonian oak vats, a wood particularly suitable for the maturation of spirits in large barrels. The Reserves, on the other hand, after having spent the first year in the vats, are placed in barriques or tonneaux to complete the aging. The Cantina delle Barrique hosts grappa for eight, ten, twenty years and with a play of lights and the sound of classical music, accompanies it on its journey. Thanks to the medium roasting, the grappas acquire an amber color, an inebriating hint of vanilla and tobacco, accompanied by an unmistakable fruity aroma. Grappa Berta The quality of Grappa Berta depends above all on the high quality of the marc used for distillation, which must be absolutely fresh and healthy. For this reason, the Berta family has introduced an innovative collection system in special hermetic 200 kilogram food plastic containers, where a natural fermentation process is generated during which the sugar is transformed into alcohol, generating carbon dioxide. Distillation follows, which thanks to the skill of the distillers and to the state-of-the-art control systems, allows to extract at best the heart, that part of the product that for its aroma and softness characteristics, and to extract precious spirits also from the wine and directly from the 'grape. What is the average price of Grappa Berta? The price of Grappa Berta ranges from € 20-25 for basic grappas up to € 80-90 for aged grappas, but on Vino.com you can always find Grappa Berta at the best price thanks to offers and coupons. What is the best Grappa Berta? The best Grappa Berta, or undoubtedly one of the best, is the Bric del Gaian aged Grappa di Moscato, which has a beautiful amber color, a prelude to a complex but delicate, enveloping and strong character perfume, among which notes of clary sage stand out. , small berries, grapefruit and vanilla. Can I visit the Berta distilleries? The Berta distilleries can be visited by appointment, but you can comfortably receive their best grappas at your home by ordering them on vino.com.

Bertani

The Bertani winery was born in 1857, founded by the two brothers Giovan Battista and Gaetano Bertani, with a common enthusiasm and avant-garde spirit in producing refined wines with a strong temperament. Two fundamental years for the company are 1922, which sees the Bertani brothers in France with Professor Guyot to learn advanced viticulture techniques, and 1923 which sees the patent of the Real Casa, with the Soave being poured at the settlement dinner. of King George VI, the stammering king of England from the film “The King's Speech”. A success story that continues with the presentation of the first Amarone , vintage 1958, which over the years knows how to maintain its deeply traditional identity, despite the phenomenon of “parkerization” in 1995 that wants more robust and concentrated red wines. Bertani Today the company owns vineyards and cellars in Valpantena, on the Villa Novare estate in Valpolicella , and estates in Soave and in the area of Lake Garda, in the Lugana appellation. The philosophy of the company combines respect for tradition with an innovative spirit that pushes to use advanced production techniques, both in the viticultural and oenological fields. Professionalism, new breeding systems and great attention to quality are the development lines that Bertani has been able to maintain constant over time. Bertani red wine The historic Bertani red wine estate is in Valpolicella, where it all started. The Bertani brothers became the first in the region to bottle and sell Veronese wines such as Valpolicella Ripasso and are among the historical producers of Amarone. Amarone Bertani is the most famous wine of this winery: born in 1958, year after year it has climbed every world ranking, from critics and the public, surprisingly reaching a level of blazon close to Barolo and Brunello. Bertani in Valpolicella produces Valpolicella, Valpolicella Ripasso , Valpolicella Ripasso Superiore but above all it is famous for Amarone, present both in the classic version and in the sub-denomination Valpantena. What are the characteristics of Bertani Amarone wine? Amarone Bertani has an intense red color, with garnet hues. The nose opens with aromas of plum, cherry and morello cherry, enriched by hints of dried fruit, green tea and licorice. On the palate it is fresh and soft, with unmistakable notes of red berried fruits, sweetened by vanilla aromas. What differentiates Bertani Valpolicella Ripasso wine from Valpolicella? Valpolicella Ripasso Bertani differs from Valpolicella in that, as the name implies, it stops on the skins of Amarone.

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Besserat Bellefon

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Bibbiano

Bibi Graetz

The Testamatta winery by Bibi Graetz located on the hills of Fiesole, overlooking the city of Florence, represents one of the rising stars of Tuscany. Bibi Graetz is a painter who has joined his activity as a wine producer. For about ten years it has been constantly dedicated to the research and cultivation of vineyards, with the aim of producing quality wines. Testamatta wines seduce the palate, representing Tuscany in every taste.

Bibi Graetz

Billaud Simon

Billecart Salmon

Billecart-Salmon

In the small but pretty village of Mareuil-sur-Aÿ, in the heart of Champagne, the company was born in 1818, from the union of Nicolas Billecart and Elisabeth Salmon. For six generations, the company has distinguished itself over time for the particular style and authenticity carried forward to date by Francois and Antoine Roland-Billecart. Billecart-Salmon produces Champagne from its own vineyards which cover an area of 220 hectares. Divided exclusively into Pinot Noir, Chardonnay and Pinot Meunier, the finest grapes come from a 20km radius around Epernay, where there are many of the most prestigious Crus in the area.

Billon

Bindi Sergardi

Bindi Sergardi was born from the union of two ancient families, the Bindis, from the Chiusi area, and the Sergardi, from Siena, and today represents their symbiosis. A family-run business, it has remained in the same property, which was passed on by natural succession, as early as 1349. Thanks to a long experience, Bindi Sergardi has been able to optimize and innovate the winemaking techniques, with the result of producing a fresh and modern wine, which at the same time respects the great family tradition and the peculiarities of the territory in which it comes to life.

Biondi Santi

Biondi-Santi Tenuta Greppo

The Biondi Santi family has been acknowledged the paternity of Brunello di Montalcino since the 1930s, even if its creation dates back to 70 years earlier, when it began the production of a red wine of excellent quality. The prestige of the Biondi Santi brand has acquired increasing value over time, thanks to the careful selections of Sangiovese and great care in wine production. Vineyards with a very high vocation, combined with rigorous cultivation techniques and cellar operations aimed at enhancing the expressiveness of Sangiovese, are the basis of a production of excellent quality wines, linked to the history and tradition of a large Tuscan family.

Bisol

Present with continuity within the Valdobbiadene territory for more than 5 centuries, Bisol is a company with a strong family dimension that has handed down its historical experience from generation to generation. Following the First World War, the only event that temporarily halted the development of this winery, the first reference for this reality was Eliseo Bisol, with whom, in 1542, viticulture resumed flourishing and a path of growth aimed at absolute quality, inspired by the prestige of Champagne. Today Bisol extends over 20 farms immersed in the most suitable areas of the DOCG Valdobbiadene Prosecco Superiore, with plots at times very steep and difficult to work, but certainly the best for the cultivation of Glera, for exposure and soil composition. The farm located on top of the Cartizze hill, the most precious vineyard in Italy, represents the apex for the quality of Prosecco, which it finds with the Desiderio Jeio line, inspired by the affectionate nickname "Jeio" with which his wife used to call her husband Desiderio Bisol, the highest peak, the result of a careful selection from the best vineyards of all the estates. In the Bisol range of products we also find a Cru line, made up of labels obtained from a single farm, carefully selected and vinified, able to reveal the uniqueness and character of each micro-zone in the glass.

Black Cottage

Blason d'Issan

Bloom

Blumenfeld

Blumenfeld wines come to life in the old quarter of Gries, one of the most popular holiday resorts of the Habsburg aristocracy at the time of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. The famous Guntschnapromenade starts from here, the path wanted by Archduke Henry that winds above Bolzano, allowing you to admire the Mediterranean and Alpine flora in a romantic landscape dominated by the Rosengarten. Blumenfeld revives these suggestions in an ideal walk among the vines, which like flowers populate the South Tyrolean valleys, from native varieties, such as Gewurztraminer, to international ones, which have found their land of choice in South Tyrol: Pinot Nero , Pinot Bianco and Sauvignon.

Bodega 4 Kilos

Bodega Aleanna

The Bodega Aleanna was born thanks to the passion for wine and for the territory of the famous winemaker Alejandro Vigil and Adrianna Catena. The winery is located in Tunuyàn, in the Uco valley, in the extraordinary region of Mendoza. The wines of Bodega Alenna are simple and fresh, perfectly telling their terroir of origin. Alejandro and Adrianna set themselves the goal of producing wines that, thanks to their unique characteristics, are able to represent their respect for nature and tradition.

Bodega Chacra

Bodega del Fin del Mundo

The Bodega del Fin del Mundo is located in San Patricio del Chanar, in the heart of Argentine Patagonia, in an extraordinary territory dominated by a magical desert landscape, where the vineyards offer grapes of great value. The use of cutting-edge technology, the strong link with the spectacular Patagonian terroir and the continuous search for excellence in products and raw materials, are the values that constantly guide the winery. The wines of the Bodega del Fin del Mundo are fresh and full of aromatic potential, with a perfect harmony between sugars and acidity.

Bodega Garzón

Bodega Septima

The Bodega Septima is located in the territory of Agrelo, in the beautiful province of Mendoza, located at the foot of the Andes. In these highly suited lands, the winery works every day with commitment and passion, taking care of every stage of processing in detail, from the vineyard to the cellar, to create labels with an excellent value for money, perfect to be enjoyed every day or at events. special. Septima wines have an important and solid structure and strong and concentrated aromas; known and appreciated all over the world, they stand out for the history, quality and elegance that characterize them, proposing themselves as privileged ambassadors of the Argentine wine culture.

Bodegas Artuke

Bodegas Bilbaínas

Bodegas Carrau

Bodegas Faustino

The story of a family, that of Bodegas Faustino, which has been handed down from generation to generation, since 1861, without ever giving in on the quality of the wines, which represent the quintessence of a territory. We are in Oyón, Spain, in the renowned Rioja wine region and here this Spanish family currently has 2000 hectares of vineyards, all of very high lineage. There are 5 denominations of origin: Rioja, Ribera del Duero, Navarra, La Mancha and Cava, with wines that stand out for their inimitability even in the labels, such as Faustino I, born in the heart of the Rioja DOC, an unforgettable wine.

Bolla

With over 125 years of experience, handed down for four generations, Bolla is a winery that produces classic Venetian wines, respecting tradition and the territory. The company is located in an area rich in history, with a very strong wine-growing vocation, and manages every stage of processing, from the vineyard to the cellar, with great care and passion. Bolla's wines are authentic and pleasant, appreciated all over the world for their excellent quality. In each bottle there is a religious respect for traditions and the desire to safeguard the genuineness and unmistakable tastes of a huge territory.

Bollinger

Bollinger is the name of the prestigious Champagne house founded in 1829. Bollinger's adventure begins with Athanase de Villermont, a young noble who, after the American War of Independence, inherits a property in the Aÿ area from his family. Having immediately recognized the expressive capacity of the great wines of the region and considering the impossibility of dealing directly with the company, he decides to involve Joseph Bollinger and Paul Renaudin, both sharing a passion for wine and Champagne. On February 6, 1829, the Renaudin-Bollinger & Cie company takes shape with a synergistic distribution of tasks between winemaking and sales activities. The story continues with Joseph's students including Jacques facing the hard task of overcoming the difficult period of the Great War at the turn of the century. In particular Elizabeth de Lauriston-Boubers, wife of Jacques and nicknamed 'Madame Bollinger', will be at the helm of the business after her husband's death. Great successes accompanied the crossing of the Maison Bollinger until 1994 with another descendant of Joseph Bollinger, Ghislain de Montgolfier, who since 2007 has headed the Board of the Union des Maisons de Champagne. Bollinger Champagne The Bollinger company has 178 hectares with 85% of vineyards classified as Grand Cru and Premier Cru. Those cultivated with Pinot Noir are located in the areas of Aÿ, Avenay, Tauxières, Louvois and Verzenay; in Cuis we find Chardonnay and in Champvoisy Pinot Meunier. In the creation of refined and elegant Champagnes Bollinger also boasts two particular terrains, the Clos Saint-Jacques and the Chaudes Terres, never affected by phylloxera and very representative heritage for the historical memory of the Maison. Great attention is also dedicated to sustainability with practices of reuse of processing waste and with the reduction in the use of pesticides. Gilles Descôtes, current chef de cave, is responsible for identifying the best grapes to be vinified to maintain the production style and reveal the specific characteristics of the varieties used. It is he who decides the wines to be vinified in old oak barrels according to a practice that tends more and more to disappear in the region and that helps the wines to express their longevity to the maximum. This is in accordance with the use of reserve wines and in the choice of correct proportions to enhance the complexity and elegance that must remain over time. One of all, the Champagne Special Cuvée can well describe the spirit that still animates the Maison: it is an expressive name, conceived in 1911 to replace 'Brut sans année' because it is not so expressive for this Champagne: a cuvée of great structure with 60% of Pinot Noir that ages more than 30 months before being placed on the market. What sets Champagne Bollinger Special Cuvée apart? The name Special Cuvée was proposed by an agent of the Maison Bollinger in 1911 to replace the wording 'Brut sans année'. In addition to the particularity relating to the origin of the name, this Champagne ages twice the years provided for by the disciplinary and retains a taste so transversal that it cannot go unnoticed. What is the price of Bollinger Champagne? In line with all the other Champagnes, the price of Bollinger can fluctuate between € 50 and € 200 depending on the vintage, if vintage, and on the type.

Bollinger

Bombay Sapphire

Gin Bombay Sapphire Sunset is a special edition inspired by the warm light of the sunset, to accompany the magical moment when day turns into evening, inspiring consumers to consume Gin Tonic even in the aperitif moment. The lively aroma of spices and the enveloping notes of Murcia mandarin make the tasting experience unique and make Bombay a unique and inimitable Gin, now even more irresistible. Gin Bombay: a unique combination with an exotic touch Gin Bombay is a precious distillate created by the master of botanicals Ivano Tonutti, with a unique combination of natural botanicals that are perfectly combined with the ten exotic ingredients that give Bombay Sapphire its characteristic flavor, in an exclusive steam distillation process applied in the creation of each bottle of the Bombay range, safeguarding the most delicate flavors that would otherwise have been lost. Gin Bombay Sapphire: discover the exclusive Sunset Edition Sunset edition is the exclusive edition of Gin Bombay Sapphire, born from the infusion of botanicals with warm and spicy tones, such as Indian white cardamom, turmeric and Murcia sun-dried mandarin peel. The spicy aromas alternate with fresh citrus notes, for a gin of character that stands out for its elegance. Perfect for enjoying a Sunset & Tonic during the summer at sunset, watching the red of the sky blend with the blue of the sea. How was the name of Gin Bombay Sapphire born? Gin Bombay Sapphire owes its name to the "Star of Bombay", a 182 carat sapphire found in Sri Lanka and currently kept at the Smithsonian. Its blue bottle has on the label the effigy of Queen Victoria, Empress of India, because gin was a very popular distillate in the period of British colonial domination of India (the British Raj). The original packaging refers to the constant partnership of the Brand with artists, designers and architects from all over the world. Is there 1l Bombay Gin? Bombay Gin is not in packs of 1l but in packs of 0.7 in the different versions English Estate London Dry Gin Bombay Sapphire, Bramble Distilled Gin Bombay Sapphire, Bramble Distilled Gin Bombay Sapphire, Star of Bombay London Dry Gin Bombay Sapphire, and of course the new exclusive Gin Bombay Sapphire Sunset Edition. Gin Bombay: the most suitable cocktails Gin Bombay is the ideal ingredient for cocktails such as the legendary Sunset & Tonic (with the new Bombay Gin Sunset Edition), the Gin Tonic Ian Fleming, flavored with fresh fennel and pink pepper, the Gin Tonic Regina Madre (which is said to be the Her Majesty's favorite, fresh and exciting thanks to lemon peel and fresh mint) and the Gin Tonic William of Orange, with grapefruit peel and ginger. These are just some of the possibilities, you free your imagination!

Bonaventura Maschio

A century of history and passion, which has been handed down for five generations: Bonaventura Maschio was born in Cismon del Grappa between the banks of the Brenta and the rocky peaks of Monte Grappa. In their vineyards, which extend between the Piave and Tagliamento rivers, majestic landscapes dwell, from which the best spirits are born. A family of travelers who, after having explored Eastern Europe, return to Italy "armed" with stills, with the secret of distillation in their hearts, ready to be disclosed in noble spirits.

Bonconsey

Bond

Bonollo

One of the 100 Italian companies awarded in Montecitorio as Italian excellence for prestige and creativity, Bonollo created its first distillery in Mestrino in the years 1951-1964, where the company is still based. It is in 1995, with the advent of the fourth generation, that the most advanced technologies are developed to obtain the best spirits on the market. From that day on, Bonollo never stops searching for absolute quality, associated with a deep respect for roots and traditions.

Boodles

Boodles gin can be said to be the real London gin, produced, distilled and bottled entirely in the UK. It owes its name to the famous and prestigious London club for dandies of the time (mid-nineteenth century), frequented, among other high-sounding names, by the English Prime Minister Winston Churchill and the writer Ian Fleming. It was first produced in 1845 and, having become increasingly rare, precious and difficult to find over the centuries, was relaunched in 2013. The recipe is unique and contains a number of traditional spices and herbs, including sage, rosemary and nutmeg. With a pleasantly herbaceous flavor, it does not contain citrus fruits: it is a gin recognized by many as "an infusion of Englishness", a distillate for true gentlemen, which tells the glories of the noble club from which it takes its name.

Bordiga

In 1888, the cavalier Pietro Bordiga, an expert connoisseur of alpine herbs and oriental spices, developed the recipe for an exclusive Vermouth di Torino which he tried to propose at Caffè Dilei, a small but renowned bar in Turin run by his daughter-in-law, a place of passage of illustrious people of the time. The success he gained prompted him to open his own distillery, strategically located in Cuneo, in the Occitan valleys, where he could easily find the necessary ingredients for the production of a Superior Quality Vermout. Since then the Bordiga distillery experienced an important growth in both production capacity and technological equipment, but always keeping intact the historical recipe, the research and selection of herbs, flowers and alpine roots, but also the distillation method to bain-marie, in wood-fired stills, to be sure of obtaining genuine products containing the typical flavors of the Alps and the genuineness of craftsmanship. The Bordiga's motto is to make liqueurs "starting from the grass": this is why the selection of raw materials is entrusted to mountain experts and the master distillers carefully evaluate them before including them in the production process.

Borgeot

Borghetti

Borgo Conventi

Borgo Salcetino

Borgo Salcetino is located in the heart of the Chianti Classico DOCG, in Radda in Chianti. The company was founded in 1996 when Valneo and Tonino Livon, winegrowers in Friuli, decided to expand their winemaking experience in the historic Tuscan area. The property measures entirely 30 hectares, of which 15 are planted with vineyards and on which a gradual but complete renovation has been carried out, integrating experimental varieties of Merlot with native vines such as Sangiovese and Canaiolo. Borgo Salcetino therefore represents an interesting union between two different cultures, which, thanks to the territorial characteristics of Chianti and the experience of the Livon family, leads to the birth of high quality products.

Borgogno

Borgogno is one of the oldest wineries in the fabulous Langa area, founded in 1761 by Bartolomeo Borgogno. The winery is located in the heart of the magical town of Barolo, known for the production of one of the greatest wines in the world. Borgogno cultivates the grapes in the best way, with sustainable treatments, in total respect of the environment, without the use of chemical fertilizers and herbicides. A long tradition and winemaking experience, the use of traditional and natural vinification processes and the strong link with the territory, are the values that constantly guide this reality. Borgogno In 1861 the Barolo Borgogno enters history: it is the year in which the unification of Italy was achieved and it is the king of wines, and the wine of kings, created by Borgogno that sealed the pact at the celebratory lunch. A story that goes hand in hand with the extension of the Borgogno properties with the acquisition of vineyards in the best crus such as Fossati, Cannubi, Liste and Cannubi San Lorenzo. Borgogno red wine Borgogno is famous above all for its red wine, primarily Barolo , with great vintages awarded and known all over the world, but also with the classics of the Piedmontese tradition such as Dolcetto , Barbera , Nebbiolo and Freisa . One of a kind is the famous No Name, which is almost a Barolo because it is obtained from Nebbiolo grapes and aged for 3 years in large oak barrels and then for 6 months in the bottle. However, there are interesting results for Borgogno in the field of whites, with the Riesling of the Langhe, and in the field of sweet wines, with the classic Barolo Chinato . What differentiates Barolo Borgogno Riserva from Barolo Borgogno? Barolo Borgogno Riserva has a greater refinement than Barolo Borgogno. This winery is famous above all for its Barolo crus such as Liste and Cannubi.

Borsci

Bortolomiol

The sparkling wine company Bortolomiol was founded in 1949 by Giuliano Bortolomiol: it was he who took care of the enhancement of the abandoned vineyards on the hills of Valdobbiadene, contributing, if not establishing, a revaluation of Prosecco, which becomes in his hands, from a local product little appreciated in a prestigious all-Italian sparkling wine, loved and appreciated all over the world. "Son of art" with the innate talent for sparkling wine that he cultivated in the famous School of Enology in Conegliano, Giuliano Bortolomiol became a true master in the application of the Martinotti-Charmat method and his experimental vein led him to produce the first Prosecco Brut. Giuliano Bortolomiol's dream came true in 2009, with the establishment of the Prosecco Superiore DOCG and the spread and success of this sparkling wine internationally. Today the company is in the hands of Giuliano's 4 daughters, an all-female management that adds a particular sensitivity towards the environment and people to the solid principles of product quality and bond with the territory in the traditional sense. takes the form of projects in the ecological and humanitarian fields. Its wines are among the most iconic, awarded, sought after and drunk in the world, just think of Prosecco Bandarossa, a delicate straw-yellow sparkling wine, produced according to the Charmat method with a delicate bouquet of white flowers, which takes its name from a habit by Giuliano Bortolomiol, who made a mark on the bottles of the best annual selection of Prosecco Extra Dry, to be enjoyed with his closest friends. And then again Il Filanda Rosé, a very prestigious pink sparkling wine that celebrates the women of the spinning mills of Valdobbiadene, whose hard commitment has contributed to the crowning of success for this area of origin.

Boscarelli

Founded in 1962 by the will of Egidio Corradi, a great wine lover and connoisseur of the territory, the Poderi Boscarelli winery is located in a historic area of the DOCG Vino Nobile: Cervognano, a hamlet of Montepulciano. In this territory, with a microclimate particularly suitable for quality viticulture, the third generation of the Corradi family keeps alive the original spirit of the company, made of dedication and love for the land, dedicating themselves daily with passion to the production of wines in which they find themselves , in each bottle, the aromas and flavors typical of the family tradition.

Bosco del Merlo

On the border between Veneto and Friuli, in an area recognized as highly suited for viticulture since the time of the ancient Romans, the splendid vineyards of Bosco del Merlo are cultivated with every care. Supported by a love for nature, we employ the best of the most advanced knowledge, aware that 90% of an excellent wine is made in the vineyard. The search for uncompromising quality is the goal that guides every step and the passion that drives this company. The production, devoted to the search for typicality and quality, unfolds in a selected list of wines, awarded all over the world and destined for the tables of Italian and international haute cuisine. Bosco del Merlo is an eco-friendly agricultural and wine company that improves its performance towards the environment every day, carefully adhering to the principles of reasoned viticulture.

Bosquet des Papes

Botran

From famous sugar cane growers in Guatemala to well-known rum producers, among the finest in the world: it is the story of the Botran family, of five brothers who, after traveling for a long time, decide to settle in Quetzaltenango and founded the company there. family. It is considered the first family that produces Guatemalan rum, with products that stand out for their complexity, depth and territorial belonging.

Bottega

The history of Bottega begins in the seventeenth century with the figure of a character of Andrea who was already growing vines in the Treviso area in 1635. The name Bottega was to refer to a family made up of tenants of the Counts of Collalto until the attempt of the members to set up on their own as direct farmers allows them to gain independence. In the 20s of the twentieth century Domenico Bottega gave prestige to the winery as an expert oenologist and in the 50s he began the production of grappa with Aldo Bottega. In 1977 the Distilleria Bottega was founded in Pianzano di Godega (Treviso) which immediately showed a new entrepreneurial impulse. Today the distribution of Bottega wines and liqueurs has crossed national borders and represents a true reference for wine and spirits lovers. Great attention is paid to every moment of production, with attention to the territory and craftsmanship. The production phases are designed according to sustainability, confirming the interest in protecting the environment through practices such as saving water, reducing CO2 and chemical emissions, and recycling waste materials. Headquartered in Veneto in Bibano di Godega, between the Venice lagoon and the Dolomites, Bottega has broadened its horizons with the management of a winery in Valpolicella and Montalcino, integrating its identity with the production of great reds such as Amarone and Brunello . Prosecco Bottega Prosecco Bottega represents the attempt to enhance the made in Italy quality by exporting the context and its values all over the world. It is no coincidence that the Vino dei Poeti Prosecco DOC is one of the most popular sparkling wines with its references to classical culture and the beauty of the hilly landscapes that dominate the province of Treviso. The Bottega Pink Gold Prosecco Doc Rosé is also a sparkling Prosecco rosé Brut which, in addition to a bottle of undisputed elegance, experiments with a blend of Glera and Pinot Nero grapes grown in the Prosecco DOC area. In short, Prosecco Bottega is tasty to drink and beautiful to look at thanks to the metallization that makes the bottle unmistakable. Does the Bottega company produce a vintage sparkling wine? The Bottega company produces three vintage sparkling wines: Millesimato Brut, Millesimato Brut Stefano Bottega, a blend of Glera and Chardonnay grapes, of great aromatic charge and also present in the Extra Dry version.

Bouchard Pere et Fils

Boulard

A famous distillate produced for centuries in the North of France, from an old family-run distillery: its name is Boulard and for five generations its work has been to express the territory from which it comes, Coquainvilliers. Immense expanses cultivated with apples, sweet apples, bitter, sour, sweet-bitter, give this cider which forms the basis for the wonderful Calvados. To try.

Bouscasse

Bouvet Ladubay

Bowmore

On the island of Islay, famous for being the Scottish homeland of whiskey, is the city of Bowmore, which is the birthplace of the homonymous distillery, the oldest on the island. Founded in 1779 by John Simpson, the company stands out clearly between rocky gulfs and desolate bays, on the shore of Loch Indaal, where the icy waves of the North Sea impart a slightly brackish character to these whiskeys. Fruit of the blend of adamantine water from the Laggan River with smoked barley on the Malting Floor, Bowmore whiskey ages in fine oak barrels. A further note of value is given by the aging, which takes place in the oldest whiskey warehouse in the world, the legendary "N ° 1 Vaults", the only one below sea level. Here, where darkness and cold perennially reign, Bowmore's Scotch Whiskeys ripen.

Braida

An important piece for the history of Piedmontese viticulture, the one added in 1961 by Giacomo Bologna, the well-known winemaker who brings Barbera d'Asti to the fore, giving it the dignity it deserves. The great innovation introduced was that of using French barriques for wine aging, a practice little known in Italy at the time. With 56 hectares of vineyards, scattered among the municipalities of Castelnuovo Calcea, Costigliole d'Asti, Mango d'Alba and Trezzo Tinella, and vines of Barbera, Chardonnay, Brachetto and Grignolino today Braida is a producer of very special and evocative wines, with labels that are not forgotten.

Branca

We are in 1845 and Bernardino Branca, a well-known Italian apothecary, with Fernet, a Swedish doctor, invented in Milan a herbal preparation to cure the diseases of the time, cholera and malaria: the distillate that is emerging really possessed healing properties , but it was so good, with such a pungent but tasty flavor, that it quickly became famous. The alcohol content of the original distillate was reduced and, in 1859, the first Fernet Branca plant was established in Viale di Porta Nuova. Much has changed since those years, but not his vocation for quality: today Fernet Branca is considered an excellence, an ambassador of Italian spirit in the world.

Brancaia

Producing wine of uncompromising quality, which gives the utmost pleasure in tasting it, is what lies at the basis of the Brancaia philosophy. Precisely for this reason, the company is committed day after day in the search for ways to improve both the management of the vineyards and the management of the cellar. Founded in 1981 in Castellina in Chianti, in the province of Siena, the winery has been expanded over time and today is counted among the most important Tuscan wineries, receiving important national and international awards year after year.

Braulio

A story that begins in Bormio 140 years ago: the Bràulio family, producer of the homonymous amaro, produces an amaro directly from Valtellina with the same care and dedication as at the time. It all began in the nineteenth century in the pharmacy of Dr. Giuseppe Peloni, who handed down his passion as an expert herbalist to his son Francesco, who began experimenting with the production of infusions and drinks. Amaro Bràulio was born from this passion: the recipe is still secret today, but we only know that its original form contains some of the most particular herbs and medicinal plants, including yarrow, juniper berries, wormwood and roots. of gentian. A story of passion and craftsmanship.

Brezza

Brigaldara

The Brigaldara farm was founded in 1929 by the Cesari family, who have run the company with great passion from father to son for generations. The winery is located in the town of San Floriano, in the extraordinary Marano Valley, one of the four valleys that make up the magical terroir of Valpolicella. Brigaldara wines, thanks to their characteristics, represent the true essence of Valpolicella. The constant search for the vegetative-productive balance of each vineyard, the strong link with the territory of origin and the goal of producing high quality wines, are the values that guide this fantastic reality.

Brillet

Brintet

Brizio

Broglia

Brovia

Brovia

Brugal

Don Andrés Brugal Montaner founded his company in Puerto Plata in 1888, having one goal in mind: to make a great rum in the Dominican Republic. For 130 years of history, Brugal has perfected its techniques and rums: from the first Dominican aged rum in 1920 to Extra Viejo - their first premium - through the Brugal Siglo de Oro, to celebrate the centenary, up to the 2008 to the merger with the Erington Group. The constant in all these years of history is the quality, which the family handed down from generation to generation thanks to the Ronero Masters - a title that belongs only to the members of the family - and who with passion guard the secrets of the Brugal recipe and carry on the work. started more than a century ago by Don Andrés.

Bruna

The Bruna farm was founded in 1970 thanks to Riccardo Bruna's passion for wine. The winery is located in the fabulous Arroscia Valley, between the provinces of Imperia and Savona, in the heart of western Liguria. Bruna wines perfectly represent Riccardo's personality, respecting the typicality of the territory, a unique environment to be preserved and enhanced. The winery prefers simple and natural methods, with a strong sensitivity for the expression of each individual vineyard, in harmony with the environment that will allow the winery to develop their idea of tradition.

Brundlmayer

Bründlmayer is a company from Langenlois, in the Austrian region of Lower Austria. The winery led by Willie Brundlmayer is family-run with the help of his friend and Master of Wine Andreas Wickhoff. The company is now a historic winery of the first class classification DAC Kamptal - reserved only for wines produced from dry Grüner Veltliner or Riesling grapes - and among the founding members of "traditional Austrian cellars", to highlight the deep bond with the family territory. And it is precisely the territory that is the added value in Bründlmayer wines: a splendid hilly terroir, composed of sandstone and clayey which, added to a unique climate, with large temperature variations during the summer, allows the grapes to ripen late in late autumn. Bründlmayer wines have always been produced in a sustainable way and since 2015 have obtained the LACON certification of organic and organic wines.

Brunelli

Brunnenhof

A family-run estate, a distillation of love for the land and ancient traditions: Brunnenhof, winegrowers for more than 200 years, located in a lush area, protected on one side by the Königswiese mountains and on the other surrounded by rolling hills they expand towards Bassa Atesina and Oltradige, better known as the South Tyrolean Grand Cru of Pinot Nero, in the province of Bolzano. A family that cultivates the vine by listening to nature and following its rhythms, in its total respect: their goal is to produce perfectly healthy and ripe grapes, for wines of great value. They are worth a try.

Bruno Colin

Bruno Giacosa

Bruno Giacosa

Bruno Paillard

Bruno Paillard

Bruno Paillard began his courtier business in 1975. Born in Reims in 1953, he decided in 1981 to found his own Maison, calling it by his same name: Champagne Bruno Paillard. The vineyards cover about 32 hectares of land and are located in the beating heart of the best Champagne Crus. The Maison produces about 500,000 bottles a year using only the best grapes. The blends used, the excellent production techniques and the passion with which the entire production process takes place, ensure that the Champagne Bruno Paillard are of the highest quality, rare and authentic.

Bruno Rocca

Bruno Rocca

Bulldog

It was born in England and became, after a few years, among the 50 alcoholic products in the world according to Wine Enthusiast. The result of an idea by Anshuman Vohra, who launched it on the market in 2007, it represents and reinterprets its audacity: an innovative gin, one could say, a trad-innovator, not only in its look. Today it is part of the Campari Group and is produced with the best, chosen, selected botanicals from four continents and is subjected to four distillation processes. Its history is recent and is written every day in the glasses of its most exquisite admirers: today, this gin with a modern, aggressive and minimalist soul is among the most popular in the world.

Bulleit

Thomas Bulleit had a dream, to revive, after almost a century, the distillery of his great-grandfather August, whose origins are very ancient and shrouded in mystery. In the first half of the twentieth century, August, owner of a bar in Kentucky, making use of the knowledge acquired with the production of Brandy, began to produce, in modest quantities, a Bourbon with a secret recipe with simply amazing organoleptic qualities. A nectar even for the most demanding palates. On a trip to New Orleans, August disappears with his bottles, and for years to come, his whiskey was forgotten. Today Bulleit's Bourbon is a highly prized whiskey, the noble result of at least six years of aging in American white oak barrels. A distillate that brings to mind all of America with its incredible stories, which this whiskey brings to life with every sip.

Bunnahabhain

Burlotto

Burzi

Buscareto

Bushmills

The history of this distillery spans several historical eras and begins in 1608, when King James I grants the former landowner Sir Thomas Phillips his license for distillation. More than a century later, in 1784 the Old Bushmills Distillery became a reality: since then many things have changed, but not the value and authenticity of the whiskey. Among the most awarded spirits in the world, with some of the most famous brand ambassadors: famous actors from the world of cinema, music, design and photography such as Bon Iver, Elijah Wood and Chromeo are testimonials and faithful friends of the brand, who today it stands out for its unique and unmistakable style.

Ca dei Frati

Ca' dei Frati

The Cà dei Frati winery is located in Lugana di Sirmione, on the southern shore of Lake Garda, and has been known since the end of the 1700s as a "house with a cellar located in Lugana in the Sermione area known as the place of the Fratti". In 1969, the winery actively participated in the birth of the Lugana DOC , starting to bottle its first label. A great respect for tradition and a strong bond with its territory represent the real strengths of the company. Today, after long years of history and tradition, Cà dei Frati treasures its great past and looks confidently to the future, following a path made of research, innovation and enhancement of the great heritage built over time. Over time, Ca 'dei Frati has been able to become the leader of the entire Lugana appellation, making this intense and complex white wine known all over the world. Ca 'dei Frati: attention to each vineyard. Ca 'dei Frati is one of the historic companies of Lugana, which looks to the future with the use of the most advanced technologies. A winery that stands out in the panorama of the appellation because it has always aimed at enhancing the grapes of the territory, for this reason it vinifies the grapes of each vineyard separately, to enhance the expressions of the "terroir". Respect for the raw material is the basis of intact and long-lived wines, projected over time, synonymous with a unique style that has been influenced by the friendship with one of the pillars of wine, Luigi Veronelli, a friend of the Dal Cero family. Ca 'dei Frati is above all Lugana, with Lugana, Brolettino, and Lugana Brut but not only: from this company an excellent rosé, reds with character such as Ronchedone, and great wines such as Ca' dei Frati Amarone Pietro have been born. from the Cero. Ca 'dei Frati: white wine and more. Trebbiano di Lugana is the basis of most of the wines of Ca 'dei Frati, but it does not only give life to a fantastic white wine, as one might think. In fact, the wine obtained is perfect as a base for a sparkling wine cuvée with the classic method, the Cuvée dei Frati Brut. Also interesting is the blend of Trebbiano di Lugana with Sauvignon and Chardonnay : the overripe grapes are the basis of the wonderful and sweet Tre Filer, and of the interesting Pratto, in which the aromaticity of the Sauvignon vinified in steel, the softness of the Chardonnay and the finesse of the Turbiana meet harmoniously. However, the results obtained by Ca 'dei Frati with the blends of red grapes are also interesting: Marzemino , Sangiovese and Cabernet give life to the delightful Ronchedone, while Corvina , Rondinella and Molinara are the basis of the complex and long-lived Amarone Pietro Dal Cero di Ca' dei Friars. From which grapes is Ca 'dei Frati Rosé born? Ca 'dei Frati rosé comes from a blend of Groppello , Marzemino, Sangiovese and Barbera . It is a real exercise in the style of the cellar because it is a classic method rosé sparkling wine, which ages for at least 24 months on the lees and rests for 4 months in the bottle after disgorgement. How to best match the Ca 'dei Frati Brolettino? Ca 'dei Frati Brolettino, thanks to the aging for 10 months in barrique and 8 months in bottle, is a complex and evolved Lugana, which adapts to multiple combinations: to try with winter soups, legumes and pasta with sauces. white meats, also knows how to exalt at best white meats and poultry cooked with complex sauces, but also medium-aged cheeses accompanied by mustards and honey, and fish in long and rich cooking. The pairing with shellfish, whether in plain view or grilled, is priceless. What is special about Pratto Ca 'dei Frati? The Pratto Ca 'dei Frati, thanks to the harvest of the late harvest grapes, allows to enhance the aromaticity of the Sauvignon, the softness of the Chardonnay and the minerality of the Turbiana, in a whirlwind of tropical fruit aromas that anticipate a rich palate, in perfect balance between flavor and softness. A rich and opulent wine, perfect in combination with dishes enriched with herbs and spices, with refined cheeses accompanied by fruit mustard and with blue cheeses.

Ca' del Bosco

Ca 'del Bosco is the winemaking reality that in Franciacorta interprets the passion and the dream of creating sparkling wines by looking at the famous wine history of the Champagne region. The first attempt to enhance the moraine area located south of Lake Iseo through the production of unique and highly authentic wines comes from an intuition of Maurizio Zanella. A region that has seen the resourcefulness of the peasantry rewarded and that in the first adaptations of the etymology 'franchae curtes' recalls the ancient liberation from paying local taxes. The same initiative marks the success of Ca'del Bosco already at the dawn of its production history. Thus Ca'del Bosco has recognized and personalized a territory starting from a great passion for the most renowned culture of sparkling wine and reaching excellence and a strong identity. In the mid-1960s this great adventure began by Annamaria Clementi Zanella who, buying a small house in the hills surrounded by a chestnut wood in Erbusco, recovered the name 'Ca' del bosc 'which would have become over the years' 70 the symbol of a prestigious wine reality. A meticulous production method involves the careful selection and classification of the grapes harvested, then processed to remove any impurities and guarantee a perfect result. In the absence of oxygen, the grapes are pressed before fermentation in oak barrels begins. Each step is carried out with care to preserve the product from contact with oxygen. Long refinements, stone cellars and bottle traceability are some of the devices used in state-of-the-art cellars to maintain very high quality standards. 1976 is the year of production of the first three sparkling wines: the Pinot di Franciacorta Brut, the Pinot di Franciacorta Dosage Zéro and the Pinot di Franciacorta Rosé ready for sale in December 1978. Many years of research and experimentation allow to reach during 2007 at the presentation of the first Cuvée Prestige by Ca'del Bosco. The Franciacorta Ca 'del Bosco Franciacorta Ca 'del Bosco is the most representative emblem of the enormous success achieved in the production of high quality Italian sparkling wines with the use of the Classic Method. Attention to production details and the use of avant-garde techniques have allowed Ca 'del Bosco to obtain unique and distinct Franciacortas, capable of evoking the traditional style but with a careful eye on the continuous overcoming of challenges and results. These are the premises for the success of the Franciacorta Extra Brut DOCG Cuvée Prestige Edition 43, the Franciacorta born in 2007 from a blend of Chardonnay , Pinot Nero and Pinot Bianco assembled from 134 vineyards. Long aging on the lees lasting 28 months for a wine with peach and citrus aromas, enriched by pleasant almond notes, for an elegant and fruity palate. Another jewel of the Ca 'del Bosco house, the Franciacorta Riserva Extra Brut DOCG Cuvée Rosé Annamaria Clementi obtained from Pinot noir grapes vinified alone and fermented in oak barrels for 7 months; with refermentation in the bottle and aging for 7 years, a wine rich in hints of hazelnut and marzipan is obtained, harmonious on the palate and with a complex texture, with an elegant flavor. Where can I buy Ca 'del Bosco magnums? In our Vino.com wine shop you can buy Ca 'del Bosco products choosing from the products always available at the best price and between different formats. An excellent example is the Franciacorta Extra Brut DOCG Cuvée Prestige Edition 43 Ca 'del Bosco finished in an elegant case and also available in an unboxed version. Is it possible to visit the Ca 'del Bosco' winery? Visiting the Ca 'del Bosco winery is a unique and offered experience to guarantee a complete immersion in the most authentic atmospheres of Franciacorta. Contemporary artwork, barrel cellars and vineyards complement the tasting experience that Ca 'del Bosco offers to all wine lovers. What do the prices of Ca 'del Bosco depend on? Certainly the prices of Ca 'del Bosco are in line with the selling prices of high quality sparkling wines produced in Franciacorta and depend on numerous factors. Among these, the careful selection of the grapes and the scrupulous cellar practices, the long refinement of the product. Without a doubt, the Classic Method used for the production of these sparkling wines remains in itself a production method requiring high investments and long waits.

Ca' Del Bosco

Ca' del Diavolo

If Champagne represents France, the primacy of Italian sparkling wines rightfully belongs to Franciacorta. Among the many companies that tell of its success, Cà del Diavolo is a tribute to the most fascinating and sensual side of this area. It owes its name to the hamlet of Cà del Diaol, in the municipality of Cazzago San Martino, in the heart of the denomination, and evokes all the disruption that immediately becomes impetus and seduction. A bubble that captivates by acting in speed, that restores and vivifies, that seduces without indulgence all our regrets to transform every fear into a willingness to dare. A success due in part to the culinary traditions it accompanies, in part to that forbidden and irreverent imagination that this perlage carries with it. Basically this is the transversal nature of bubbles, even more so if evoked by elegant labels but not incapable of alluding, as a real devil would do, to our private universe, made up of prohibitions and prohibitions. And then an impeccable dress, a gallant and refined label: a veiled reference to the atmosphere of the 30s, with elements of female seduction, such as lace and lingerie to evoke the sins of gluttony, lust, voluptuousness.

Ca' di Rajo

Ca 'di Rajo is a historic winery of the Marca Trevigiana. It is located in San Polo in Piave, in the Treviso countryside that extends from Conegliano to Oderzo, in an area characterized by predominantly alluvial soils, where the vine has lived for centuries. It is a family business, which runs a farm that has always been committed to enhancing the traditions of the territory with particular attention to the historical vines of the place and to the oldest vine growing systems. The flagship wine of the winery is undoubtedly the Raboso del Piave. It is produced with a native red berried grape, which gives wines of great structure, with important tannins and acidity. These are powerful and long-lived reds, which require long aging in wood to reach full expressive maturity. Precisely because of these characteristics, in the past it had been set aside in favor of more profitable international vines. It is due to some tenacious producers its rediscovery and enhancement, which have transformed it into an excellence of the territory. Among the white berried grapes, the company's focus is on the white manzoni, a variety created by Professor Luigi Manzoni of the Conegliano Enological School, crossing the Rhine riesling with the pinot bianco. It is a high quality grape, which produces elegant and refined wines, characterized by a vibrant freshness. In addition to the two symbolic vines of the territory, Ca 'di Rajo cultivates: pinot grigio, chardonnay, traminer, sauvignon blanc, cabernet sauvignon, cabernet franc and merlot. Ca 'di Rajo is famous for having preserved within the company 15 hectares cultivated with the ancient method of Bellussera, a historic system of growing the vine now lost. It is a real example of the archeology of the vine, which constitutes a precious historical memory of the past. The model was created towards the end of the 19th century by the Bellussi brothers of Tezze di Piave to combat downy mildew. The vines are planted in rows 3 or 4 meters apart. They are married to poles or fruit trees and made to climb up to two and a half meters in height. The long shoots are made to develop diagonally with respect to the inter-row, connected with iron wires arranged in a radial pattern. A sort of vault is thus created, which keeps the clusters very far from the ground and avoids the danger of excess humidity, which favors the spread of downy mildew. The wide inter-row was cultivated with vegetables and the plants that supported the vines were often mulberry trees, whose leaves were used for the breeding of silkworms. Today the old plants in Bellussera di Ca 'di Rajo are still in production and represent the history of the company with vines over 70 years old.

Ca' Lojera

Ca 'Lojera - literally “house of wolves” - is the winery of the Tiraboschi family, born on the shores of Lake Garda, precisely in Peschiera del Garda - in the province of Verona. The winery, which vinifies only its own grapes, extends over an area of 18 hectares of vineyards, divided into Turbiana, Chardonnay, Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon. Franco Tiraboschi has been carrying out for years, with experience and dedication, his production of 120 thousand bottles a year and, always keeping a low profile, has carved out an important place among the producers of the Lugana DOC, of which he produces one of the varieties without other more interesting.

Ca' Maiol

Ca 'Maiol is located in the heart of Lugana, a stone's throw from Lake Garda from which it draws significant climatic and environmental benefits. Over the years, the Ca 'Maiol company has been able to create an extraordinary bond with the surrounding nature, managing to enhance with its wines the unique characteristics of the typical vine of these lands: the Turbiana. The birth of Ca 'Maiol is due to Walter Contado, a far-sighted man, who in 1967 founded the company focusing its production on the famous white wine typical of this area: the Lugana and subsequently gave life to the Consorzio Tutela Lugana DOC. The production philosophy of Ca 'Maiol is still focused on the territory and the winemaking tradition of the area, the heirs of Walter Contado continue to follow the paternal vision aiming at constant evolution. Ca 'Maiol is located inside a 1710 building and extends for 110 hectares in an extremely fertile area close to the lake. The wines produced express the close link between the Turbiana grape and the flat land located between the south coast of the lake. di Garda and the Morainic Hills. The mild and breezy climate and the calcareous-clayey soil allow the indigenous grape variety to best express its varietal characteristics, which manifest themselves in a white wine with a golden color, with a delicate and intense structure at the same time. Lugana is a wine produced in a not very extensive geographical area, the denomination in fact includes only a few municipalities between the provinces of Brescia and Verona: Desenzano del Garda, Sirmione, Pozzolengo, Lonato and Peschiera del Garda. Ca 'Maiol White Wine Ca 'Maiol is famous for the production of white wine based on Turbiana, also known by the name of Trebbiano di Lugana . Lugana Prestige, for example, is a white wine made from 100% Turbiana grapes carefully selected from the vineyards of the Maiolo estate. Lugana Riserva Fabio Contado, named after the founder's son, is a very high expression of quality, since the grapes selected for its production are harvested manually from the oldest vines and is characterized by a remarkable structure and excellent longevity . Another very interesting Ca 'Maiol white wine is Sirmiolino, obtained from the Turbiana vineyards south of Lake Garda, a fresh and fruity wine, soft and with hints of almond, suitable for an aperitif and perfect to combine with dinner. seafood you are planning. If what you are looking for is a Ca 'Maiol white wine suitable for raw meat dishes, you will be amazed by Molin, a white wine obtained by vinifying a part of the grapes in wood, a trait that gives the wine a higher aromatic concentration and a greater olfactory complexity. Discover the details of Ca 'Maiol white wines on Vino.com. Does Ca 'Maiol produce red wine? Ca 'Maiol produces Fabio Contato Valtènesi Riviera del Garda Classico DOP, a red wine from the lands of Valtènesi, an area between Desenzano and Salò, located near Lake Garda and characterized from a climatic point of view by hot summers and winters short. The Valtènesi denomination can only be produced in the municipalities of Salò, Roè Volciano, Villanuova sul Clisi, Gavardo, San Felice del Benaco, Puegnago del Garda, Muscoline, Manerba del Garda, Polpenazze del Garda, Moniga del Garda, Soiano del Lago, Calvagese della Riviera, Padenghe sul Garda and Bedizzole, including some territories of Lonato del Garda and Desenzano del Garda. It is a red wine obtained by selecting the Groppello , Barbera , Sangiovese and Marzemino grapes from the historic Ca 'Maiol vineyards located in the Valtènesi, harvesting manually and letting the grapes dry for about 1 month. The result is a full-bodied, structured and persistent red wine with notes of black berry fruit, blackberries and bay leaves. It is a round, savory wine that is perfect for red meat and game dishes. Another famous red wine produced by the company is Negresco, Ca 'Maiol's first "red wine". What are the characteristics of Negresco Ca 'Maiol? Negresco Ca 'Maiol was the first "red wine" produced by the company. It is a wine born from a complex manufacturing process, both for the different vinified grapes, for the drying of a part of these, and for the aging in French oak barrels. The name recalls the hotel of the same name on the Côte d'Azur and as for this fairytale place, this wine too is refined and silky on the palate, with balsamic and spicy hints. What are the characteristics of the Ca 'Maiol Rosato? The Ca 'Maiol Rosato belongs to the Valtènesi Riviera del Garda Classico DOP Chiaretto appellation. Its name Roseri derives from the delicate scent similar to the rosebud that characterizes it. It is obtained from the red Groppello, Marzemino, Sangiovese and Barbera grapes left to macerate for a very short time with the skins. Chiaretto is traditionally called "the wine of a night" precisely because it was foreseen that the contact of the wine with the skins lasted only 24 hours. It is an elegant and delicate wine, which releases hints of peach blossom and pomegranate, savory with final notes of sage, perfect to accompany dishes based on lake fish.

Ca' Rossa

Ca' Viola

Ca'd'Or

Ca'Marcanda

Caccia al Piano

The Caccia al Piano Agricultural Society was founded in 1868 in Castagneto Carducci, in the extraordinary territory of Bolgheri, where some of the best wines of Tuscany are born. The cellar produces about 100,000 bottles, wines of great structure, pleasantly balanced and long-lived. Caccia al Piano dedicates its Ruit Hora and Levia Gravia wines to the poet Giosue Carducci, who spent part of his life in Castagneto. The names of these wines derive from the title of a poem and the name of a collection of poems by the poet.

Caffo

An ancient entrepreneurial history, which has its roots in the 19th century, when Giuseppe Caffo began distilling pomace on the slopes of Etna and, later, bought a distillery in Santa Venerina, realizing his dream. He transmits this passion of Ancient Master Distiller to his descendants who, year after year, strengthen the family business to found the company "Fratelli Caffo - Distilleries of alcohol, brandy and tartaric", formed by Sebastiano, Santo and Giuseppe Caffo, who decide to take over an existing plant in Calabria in Limbadi, a town at the time famous for the production of fine red wine. In 1966 the company will be totally acquired by Sebastiano Caffo with his son Giuseppe Giovanni, who is still at the head of the group today, perpetuating the family tradition together with his son Sebastiano Giovanni. A story whose fil rouge is precisely the passion for their work, and their products are authentic examples.

Caggiano

A masterpiece of artistic architecture is offered to the viewer among large boulders of stone, arches and large vaulted ceilings: it is the will of Antonio Caggiano, who in 1990 makes a bet: to bring back the ancient aromas and vanished flavors of Taurasi wine, which lives in barrique surrounded by relics of viticulture, we can say, an oenological museum. Today the company is run by Giuseppe, Pino per gli amici, son of Antonio, who, helped by his father, through a painstaking work in the vineyard, and a passionate as well as rigorous enological review, has raised the qualitative spirit of Irpinia wine.

Calatroni

Tradition, experience, quality passions. These are the principles on which the production philosophy of the Calatroni Farm is based. Born in the early seventies in the hills of the Versa Valley, in the heart of the Oltrepò Pavese, the company is immersed in its vineyards, which thanks to the composition of the land guarantee the production of excellent grapes both for fresh white and red wines of excellent structure. The vineyards are cultivated maintaining the integrity and rusticity of the plants, in complete respect for nature. The management is totally familiar and the land and the vinification are managed on the basis of the experience handed down by past generations, enriched thanks to continuous eno-agronomic studies.

Calera

Cameronbridge

Cameronbridge is the oldest grain distillery in Europe, with a tradition in whiskey distillation, represented by the Haig and Stein families, which can be defined as centuries-old. The first trace of whiskey production is in 1655, when Robert Haig, exponent of the homonymous family, contrary to the current ecclesiastical ban, starts distilling on Saturdays. In 1751 his great-grandson John is married to Margaret Stein, whose family was already making whiskey in their Kilbagie and Kennetpans distilleries. Of their children, four became distillers, and the eldest son, John, founded Cameronbridge in 1824. To this day, the distillery is famous for being the whiskey supplier for the David Beckham / Diageo Haig Club monogrammed brand.

Camigliano

Camille Giroud

Campari

It was in 1904 that the first production plant of the Campari company was opened in Sesto San Giovanni, which would later become the fulcrum of all its activities. Ambassador of style and elegance, Gruppo Campari is one of the symbols of the city of Milan, which later became an icon of Italianness all over the world, thanks also to the splendid advertisements, from futurist to pop, from modernist to post contemporary. But it was in the 1980s that this drink was consecrated to the Olympus of Milanese aperitifs, thanks to the famous Negroni cocktail. It will then be in the 90s that Campari will launch the famous “Red Passion” advertising campaign, which focuses on what will later become the cornerstones of the company's values today: passion, cosmopolitan approach, uniqueness and prestige. Simply Campari.

Campinovi

Campo al Faro

The wines of Campo al Faro are born on the coast of the Tuscan Maremma, in a terroir naturally suited to viticulture: Bolgheri, the cradle of great Bordeaux-style red wines as well as delicate rosé and fine whites made from Vermentino grapes. The landscape is characteristic and suggestive, between the wooded parks and the sea, but it is in particular with the latter that the wine seals a deep bond that tells of summer scents and sea breezes. The lighthouse is a symbol of solidity, rooted in the earth, a point of reference, but also of aspirations. All this distinguishes the production philosophy of Campo al Faro: the solidity of the earth, of the nourishment that ensures the vine a regular vegetative cycle; on the other, the elevation, the possibility of gathering the high elements that best guide the maturation. In short, a look upwards knowing where excellence rests.

Campo al Pero

Recent but now established reality in the Bolgheri area, Campo al Pero was born from the will of the spouses Maurizio Piccoli and Doriana Cerbaro: two lawyers from Trentino who, entranced by the beauty and prestige of Bolgheri, decided to buy the then 4 hectares of vineyards through which to express their passion for wine, made up of research, anxieties, but also many joys reserved by the success of their production that have earned their labels numerous awards. The Campo al Pero brand comes from the same toponym of the area, favorable both for the mild climate and for the proximity to the Ligurian Sea, from which optimal grapes are obtained for the realization of balanced and structured but at the same time elegant reds. This viticultural wealth is further enhanced by the skilful work of the oenologist Laura Zuddas and by a measured and conscious use of the barrique.

Campo alle Comete

In the heart of an evocative and fascinating place like the Bolgheri area, Campo alle Comete is born, a company of the Feudi di San Gregorio group spread over 15 hectares of land. The company was born not only with the intention of producing great wines but also to give a poetic dimension to the viticulture of a sublime terroir, now known throughout the world. Its vineyards are mainly composed of the great grapes that have made Bolgheri famous in the world: Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc and Petit Verdot. Temperate climate with excellent exposure, rich and balanced soils, and last but not least the wisdom of the producers, are the starting point for the creation of Campo alle Comete wines.

Campogiovanni

Canaima

Canalicchio di Sopra

Canalicchio di Sopra

Canevel

Founded in 1979, the Canevel Spumanti company has gathered the skills of the entrepreneur Mario Caramel and the oenologist Roberto De Lucchi with the ultimate aim of making sparkling wines of absolute excellence, capable of fully expressing the potential of Glera grapes. Located in the spectacular scenery of Valdobbiadene, this "small winery", in Veneto "canevel", jealously guards the secrets and traditions of Italian sparkling wine, which are well integrated with technological modernity and the most advanced knowledge, to create a carefully controlled production process in each phase is able to guarantee the highest quality levels.

Cantele

Cantina di Carpi e Sorbara

The historic Cantina di Lambrusco the Social Winery of Carpi and Sorbara, which has its origins in the early 1900s, when Dr. Alfredo Molinari proposed the establishment of a cooperative of farmers, under the name of Cantina sociale di Carpi, to cope with the wine crisis of that period. The winery gradually merged with other realities and cooperatives in the Lambrusco production area and in 2011 joined the Cantina di Sorbara. To date, the winery has 6 factories from which it produces not only the 8 different varieties of Lambrusco but also other wines, in addition to bulk wine, with an annual capacity of 450,000 hectoliters. But it is with Lambrusco di Sorbara that the company has distinguished itself on the market by producing one of the most sought after and appreciated wines by lovers of this variety.

Cantina di Montalcino

Montalcino, a fascinating Sienese village steeped in history, rises in a patch of land that unravels between Mount Amiata and the Orcia, Asso, and Ombrone valleys, with ancient origins and illustrious Etruscan ancestors. The vineyards are surrounded by a truly evocative landscape, overlooking a hill among holm oak woods. Here Cantina di Montalcino was born, a reality that with its 60 hectares of Sangiovese produces Brunello, one of the most renowned wines in the world, with dedication. A really interesting reality, which amazed us for the passion with which it takes care of this vine.

Cantina di Santadi

The Cantina di Santadi is located in the heart of Sulcis, a south-western area of Sardinia a few kilometers from the white dune beaches of Porto Pino. It was founded in 1960 by the will of a group of grape producers, with an ambitious goal: to give visibility and identity to local products. The spirit of innovation, with respect for the territorial tradition, is a constant and constant commitment for the producers of the Cantina di Santadi, to honor the winery itself and, at the same time, to safeguard a real heritage of culture, taste, style and history , which are the true essence of the reality of the territory.

Cantina Gallura

Cantina Montalcino

Cantina Rotaliana

In the heart of the Piana Rotaliana, at the foot of the Dolomites and caressed by the breeze of Lake Garda, stands Cantina Rotaliana, a highly innovative reality in the province of Trento. With more than 80 years of history behind it, Cantina Rotaliana was founded in 1931 as Cantina Cooperativa di Mezzolombardo, while the current company was born in 1968, with the merger with another cooperative in the area, Enologica Rotaliana. From those years to today the company has never stopped expanding and adopting the most innovative techniques in the cellar, since, in 1980, it was the first in Trentino to use the carbonic maceration technique on grapes destined for the production of new wine. Today it produces wide-ranging wines including Trento Doc. It convinced us for its courage and extreme versatility in always changing face while remaining true to itself.

Cantina Terlan

Cantina Terlan

Cantina Valpantena

Cantina Valpantena

Cantine Antonio Caggiano

Cantine Ceci

It was 1938 when Cantine Ceci was born thanks to the competence and passion for Othello Ceci's Lambrusco. The company is located in the Parma province, in the same plains that inspired Giuseppe Verdi and Arturao Toscanini. The deep research aimed at innovation, a great attention to quality and image care are the fundamental principles that guide the company. The most representative and appreciated product is Lambrusco Otello, whose name is a tribute to the founder of the cellars, the first Lambrusco to obtain the five bunches in the classification of the Italian Sommelier Association.

Cantine del Notaio

Cantine del Notaio

Cantine Fina

Cantine Fina is a family-run Sicilian winery, led by Bruno Fina and his sons. The wines of Cantine Fina have "character", because they are born in a difficult land and are the result of a great passion for viticulture. Fina produces wines that tell the territory and the traditional values of Sicily . Historically, in Sicily the cultivation of the vine began at the time of the Greeks and the Phoenicians, who mainly influenced the viticulture of Western Sicily. Cantine Fina are located in Marsala, in a unique territory, where biodiversity, microclimates and different terroirs coexist. For Cantine Fina, producing wine means guaranteeing the integrity of the fruit and respect for the soil. The vineyards of the company are located along the hill near the winery and are cultivated following the protocols of organic agriculture. Among the mainly cultivated vines we find the autochthonous ones: Grillo , Zibibbo , Nero d'Avola and Perricone and the international Chardonnay , Sauvignon Blanc , Traminer and Viognier . As for the international red grape varieties we find Cabernet Sauvignon , Merlot , Petit Verdot and Syrah . The production focus of Cantine Fina are wines obtained from native grapes, Bruno Fina and his sons love to follow the Sicilian winemaking tradition and culture. White Wine Cantine Fina Cantine Fina produces a remarkable selection of white wines. Among the most famous we find the Kebrilla, a white obtained from the native Grillo grape, one of the oldest in Sicily. It is a fresh, floral and elegant wine, with a citrusy and ripe taste. Part of the grapes used to produce this wine comes from the vineyards near the coast, located in front of the island of Mozia. It is a savory wine, excellent to be tasted as an aperitif and in combination with fish dishes, cheeses and cured meats. In addition to Kebrilla, we cannot fail to mention Taif, produced with Moscato d'Alessandria grapes, known in Sicily with the name of Zibibbo. It seems that this vine is native to Egypt and that its name has changed into Zibibbo, from the Arabic zabib "raisin", in Sicily. Usually Zibibbo is a vine used to produce sweet wines but Taif is a dry white wine, perfect to combine with fish and shellfish appetizers, white meats and cheeses, for its extraordinary notes of peach and mandarin. If you love Sicilian wines but prefer those produced with international grapes we suggest the Vola Vola and the Mamarì. The first, the Vola Vola, is a white wine made from Viognier grapes, a French vine not grown in Italy and capable of giving rise to extremely elegant wines. It is a wine with exotic and citrus notes, intense and savory, excellent to combine with fish dishes such as herring, mackerel, salmon, eel or capitone, as well as Sushi and Sashimi. The second, Mamarì, is a white wine made from Sauvignon Blanc grapes, a French vine that arrived in Sicily around the nineties. It is a wine with herbaceous and vegetable notes, it is very fruity, with exotic hints such as pineapple and floral notes such as broom. Excellent to combine with hot or cold appetizers, it also goes well with fish dishes, both raw and steamed. These are just some of the great whites, discover the Cantine Fina selection on Vino.com.

Caol Ila

Caol Ila, a historic whiskey company founded in 1846 by Hector Henderson, former owner of a Glasgow distillery, was born on the north-eastern coast of the island of Islay, in Scotland. The company has undergone frequent closures and changes of ownership in its history, which however have not compromised its production capacity: it remains to this day the distillery that produces the most whiskey on the island of Islay. Caol Ila recently joined the Diageo group. Always synonymous with quality, Caol Ila whiskeys are produced from the water of Lake Nam Ban and from the malted barley of Port Ellen and with a production of 3.5 million liters per year constitutes an essential base also for the blends of other whiskeys from the island, such as Bell's, White Horse and Johnnie Walker . Caol Ila A curiosity: the name Caol Ila is actually pronounced "Cull Eela", and is the Gaelic name of the Sound of Islay, which separates the island from the Jura. For some, the distillery's pronunciation is as remote as its location, situated as it does on the rugged east coast, where it has been hidden from view since 1846. Whiskey Caol Ila The range of Whiskey Caol Ila is very wide and includes whiskeys with different ages, from 12 years up to 17 and 18, passing by excellences such as the Caol Ila Islay Single Malt Scotch Whiskey 2007 Samaroli and peaty whiskeys such as the Scotch Whiskey Moch by Caol Ila is a limited production single malt whiskey. Another very particular whiskey is the Distillers Edition, a Special Release by Caol Ila in which a typical single malt, with malt and smoky tones, is enriched with a finish given by a further aging in barrels that previously contained Moscatel wine. What is the best Caol Ila? The best Caol Ila is undoubtedly the Caol Ila Islay Single Malt Scotch Whiskey 2007 Samaroli, carefully selected by Silvano Samaroli, a deep connoisseur and supporter of single malt whiskeys to the point that he attracted attention to this type that came to the fore in a period of strong diffusion of the blended type. What distinguishes Caol Ila Torbato? Caol Ila Torbato is quite persistent and is characterized by its pleasant smoky notes. What is the price of Whiskey Caol Ila? Whiskey Caol Ila has a variable price from € 40 to € 300 depending on the type, but on Vino.com you can always find your favorite Caol Ila at the best price.

Caorunn

Caorunn Balmenach Distillery is a distillery located in the heart of the Scottish moors, in the center of the Cairngorm National Park and the hills of Cromdale, near a source of pure and crystalline water, ideal for the production of spirits. Gin was born from the ambitious project of Simon Buley, an expert and well-known gin connoisseur, who wanted to experiment with the production of a Scottish gin in a malt whiskey distillery. The result is an exclusive and prestigious gin in limited production, obtained from the processing of five native Scottish botanicals. We certainly admire its audacity and courage and, for this reason, we absolutely recommend it.

Capanna

Caparzo

Caparzo has represented for over forty years an important piece of the history of Brunello di Montalcino and a tradition linked to a production of wines with a classic and elegant style. Its labels are among the best excellences of this famous Tuscan corner of wine, known by enthusiasts from all over the world for its extraordinary Sangiovese-based reds. The estate takes its name from the locality Caparzo, which is located on the side of the ancient medieval village of Montalcino. The property covers a total of 200 hectares, of which about half are devoted to the cultivation of vines and the rest to olive groves and woods, which help to ensure a rich biodiversity of the natural ecosystem. The vineyards have been planted in the most suitable areas at an altitude between 250 and 300 meters above sea level, facing south and south-east. The cool and continental climate, always well ventilated and with considerable temperature variations between day and night temperatures, is perfect for bringing quality grapes to ripeness. The vines have their roots in clayey and sandy soils, but with considerable differences between the individual plots. The Sangiovese destined to produce the grapes for Brunello is cultivated in areas with different soils and microclimates, so that, at the time of blending, a balanced red can be obtained every year, the sum of complementary characteristics, which contribute to giving harmony and complexity. In the “La Casa” area, the vineyards are located on soils rich in shale and marl; in the locality "La Caduta" the soils are rocky, mainly composed of sandstone and schist; the vineyards of “Il Cassero” are characterized by lands made up of sands with the presence of schists, similar to those of the parcel of “San Pietro-Caselle”. The attention of the winery is obviously focused on the cultivation of Sangiovese, however among the rows there are other vines: the historic moscadello and the international grapes cabernet sauvignon, syrah, petit verdot chardonnay, sauvignon blanc and traminer. Caparzo wines are known for having maintained their identity over time, without easy concessions to the fashions of the moment. They are labels with a refined and traditional face, which allow you to know the authentic face of Montalcino and its great reds.

Cape Dreams

Cape Dreams is synonymous with an extraordinary land, different, but always and deeply united. The company's mission is to develop the strength of the brand through the production of premium wines. The wines are produced in the Robertson Valley, 140 km from Cape Town, along the Breede River and the Langeberg mountain range. Known throughout the world, it is appreciated for being the valley of wine and roses. The winery is among the most modern and innovative and employs a team of well-known and acclaimed winemakers who continually experiment with new wines, so as to always have a wide and varied offer.

Capezzana

The Capezzana estate is located on the northern border of the municipality of Carmignano, in the province of Prato, on one of the buttresses that detach from Montalbano, near the High Tuscan-Emilian Apennines. Here vines have been cultivated since pre-Roman times, because the not too high altitude creates the conditions for a good ripening of the grapes and the production of quality that reflect the peculiarities of the territory. Capezzana belongs to the Conti Contini Bonacosi family who, guided by a strong bond with the territory and a great passion for quality, cultivates vineyards in a simple and healthy way, under organic farming to ensure maximum respect for the territory.

Capichera

Capovilla

Cappellano

Cappellano

Capri Moonlight

Captain Morgan

Caravaglio

Carbon

Carbon represents an absolute level of excellence in the Champagne panorama, an undisputed symbol of luxury and prestige. It is a Maison that has worked for a long time to try to create something special and unique. The in-depth knowledge of the characteristics of the various parcels and the characteristics of the vins clairs, has allowed us to create the particular character of the Carbon cuvées, capable of giving very refined aromas and aromas, which above all recall the floral and delicately spicy notes. Carbon labels stand out for their sharp stylistic precision and exceptional elegance. They are Champagne of a chiseled finesse, with great personality and an inimitable character. They arise from the desire to launch a courageous challenge and to break the rules while remaining faithful to the most ancient traditions. The Maison is located in Champillon, a few kilometers from Hautvillers, a mythical place in Champagne. According to tradition, in the ancient Benedictine Abbey of Hautvillers, the monk Dom Pérignon perfected the Champenoise method of refermentation in the bottle. The vines are cultivated in a splendid territory, which is located halfway between the area of the Montagne de Reims and that of the Côte des Blancs. The Maison was founded by Alexandre Mea, descendant of an ancient family of vignerons who have been involved in viticulture for several generations. Today the estate covers a total of 15 hectares, divided into plots of great value. In a short time Carbon has established itself thanks to a spirit characterized by an almost maniacal perfectionism, which is also expressed in a particular packaging. The bottles are covered with a layer of carbon, which makes them aesthetically unmistakable, black, opaque and elegant. In addition to its aesthetic function, the carbon layer protects the precious wine from light, avoiding possible alterations. It is a Champagne that stands as a perfect synthesis between the tradition of a great wine and the innovation of a modern bottle. To fully appreciate the quality of Champagne Carbon, one must not stop at the technological aspect of the bottle, but enter a world of refined aromas, which celebrate the excellence of a great wine, born from a rigorous selection of the best grapes from the estate. The bottles rest in the Maison's caves for at least 5 years before dégorgement, in order to achieve extraordinary maturity and gustatory complexity. Carbon is a brand that renews the allure of Champagne, with labels aimed at an audience of enthusiasts and connoisseurs who love uncompromising excellence.

Cardhu

The Cardhu Distillery, which was originally called Cardow, sits atop the hills on the north side of the Spey Valley in Scotland's Moray region of the Highlands. The business was founded in 1824 by John and Helen Cumminmgs and in almost two centuries of history it passed ownership several times: also purchased by the Johnnie Walker company, it recently became part of the Diageo group. Currently the distillery has 10 whiskey aging vats, 8 of which are in wood and 2 in steel, as well as 3 pairs of stills that allow it to distil well over 3 million liters of whiskey per year, making the distillery, one of the most prolific in Scotland.

Carleone

Carlo Alberto

Caroline Morey

Carpano

Carpano is one of the historical brands of our country, a true symbol and ambassador of the Italian lifestyle in the world. Its origins date back to Turin in 1786. After completing his studies in herbal medicine, Antonio Benedetto Carpano demonstrates his creative talent by inventing the original recipe for Vermouth. Starting from the ancient historical traditions of aromatized wines, he decides to use a base of Piedmontese Moscato wine, to which he adds a selection of botanicals and spices by infusion. His small artisan workshop was located right in the heart of Turin, opposite the Royal Palace. Confident of the goodness of his new creation and thanks to a very enterprising spirit, Antonio Benedetto Carpano decides to send a case of his flavored wine as a tribute to the Royal House. Vermouth immediately met the taste of Vittorio Amedeo III and from that moment it became a fashionable drink, which conquered the habits of the Turin aristocracy. Soon the notoriety and success of Vermouth spread throughout Turin to the point of becoming the most sought after aperitif in the city. In 1820, Giuseppe Bernardino Carpano, Antonio's nephew, transformed the small craft shop into a real company, creating the "Giuseppe Carpano Liquor and Vermouth Factory". Within a few years, Vermouth Carpano became established throughout Italy thanks to its original taste, its intense and elegant perfumes and aromas.After the interruption due to the outbreak of the First World War, the business resumed with renewed enthusiasm with the acquisition of the company by the Turati family of Turin industrialists. The expansion of the Carpano company coincides with the creation of some pioneering advertising campaigns, which have now entered the history of our company. Thanks to the creativity of artists such as Mauzan and Dudovich, the image of Vermouth becomes a true icon of a style The expansion of the company continued after World War II with the acquisition of the historical brand Caffè Sport Borghetti and with the subsequent acquisition of the group Carpano by the Branca Distilleries. Despite a long history and many changes in ownership, Carpano has always remained faithful to ancient traditions and its precious original recipes. The labels of Casa Carpano still represent the history of the Italian aperitif par excellence, with Vermouth and Bitter with an unmistakable taste.

Carpineto

Carruades de Lafite

Casa Castillo

Casa d'Ambra

Casa d'Ambra

Casa d'Ambra is a small family business that produces wines with a typically artisanal face in the wonderful and fascinating natural scenery of the island of Ischia. For over half a century, the cellar has been a solid reference point for Ischian wines and the most ancient traditions have been handed down from generation to generation up to the present day. Thanks to a deep knowledge of the territory and an ancient know-how, Casa d'Ambra is able to offer a range of labels that represent the best expression of Ischia's viticulture. The origins of the winery date back to the late nineteenth century, when Francesco d'Ambra began to devote himself to the cultivation of the family estate with great passion and competence. His wines soon conquered the Naples market and were appreciated in Italy and on foreign markets. Even today the company has preserved the spirit of its origins, focusing only on the typical vines of the area. The autochthonous white grape varieties biancolella, forastera, falanghina and the red grape varieties for '' e palummo or piedirosso, Aglianico and Guarnaccia are grown between the rows. The love for the historical varieties of the island and the desire to preserve their memory, led to the creation of an experimental vineyard, which represents a sort of "genetic database", where extinct varieties have been planted such as: garnaccello, coda di horse, red streppa, rillottola, uvarilla don lunardo, catalanesca, uvaromana, procidana grapes and coglionara grapes. The cultivation of vines on the island of Ischia has very ancient origins, which date back to the first Hellenic colonization of the eighth century BC The mild and windy climate, typically Mediterranean and the soils of ancient volcanic origin, have always proved to be a perfect habitat for screw. The vines are cultivated at an altitude between 100 and 500 meters above sea level, often on steep terraced slopes with dry stone walls, on soils composed of tuff and other mineral components deriving from the disintegration of volcanic rocks, sands and lapilli. It is a laborious viticulture, which requires manual processing, with the transport of the grapes on small rack monorails. Tenuta Casa d'Ambra owns 4 hectares of vineyard in Frassitelli, one hectare in Montecorvo and buys grapes from small local farmers with whom there is a consolidated relationship of collaboration. Its labels are the result of careful work in the vineyard and delicate vinification aimed at preserving the authentic taste of the territory.

Casa di Terra

The Casa di Terra Farm is located in the heart of the Bolgheri amphitheater, a splendid hilly area that slopes gently down to the coast of the Tuscan coast. It is a territory that has a fairly recent history in the context of the wine tradition, but which has been able to establish itself in national and international attention in a few decades with some reds of great value and personality. The estate was born in the 1950s and is located within the municipal area of Castagneto Carducci. The vines can enjoy excellent climatic conditions. The chain of hills, which runs parallel to the coast, constitutes a real natural barrier against the cold air currents that descend from the north-east, protecting the coastal area from perturbations. The proximity of the Tyrrhenian Sea, with its regime of gentle breezes, helps to mitigate the temperatures. Furthermore, the Bolgheri area can count on an exceptional brightness, due to the natural sun exposure and the reflection of the sea in front, which creates a sort of mirror effect. Thanks to these fortunate pedoclimatic conditions, the vines produce clusters with particularly rich and intense aromatic profiles. The soils are quite heterogeneous, with the presence of alluvial deposits rich in pebbles and gravels, sea sands, limestone veins and rocks of ancient volcanic matrix. In this particular terroir, the famous Bordeaux vines have found a second home: cabernet sauvignon, cabernet franc, merlot, petit verdot and the syrah of the Rhône Valley. Among the white berried varieties, Vermentino stands out, which has always been present along the Tuscan coast. The Fattoria Casa di Terra estate covers a total of 45 hectares, divided into different plots, which are located in various areas of the Bolgheri area: along the Bolgherese road, in the locality of Sondraie, Ferrugini, Guado de'Gemoli and at the Ladronaia farm in the territory municipal of Cecina. Each vine can thus be grown in the area that best suits its needs, in order to achieve the best expressive results. The winery, perfectly integrated into the surrounding landscape, is located in the center of the estate and is part of a natural context of rare beauty. The wines of Fattoria Casa di Terra are a faithful interpretation of the territory, with a range of reds with a harmonious and Mediterranean, elegant and intense face, which perfectly represent the character of the Bolgheri lands.

Casa E. di Mirafiore

The history of Casa E. di Mirafiore is located on the hills of Serralunga d'Alba, in Piedmont, in an area with a very high wine vocation and a long tradition. The company originated in the distant 1858 by the will of Emanuele Alberto, count of Mirafiore and natural son of Vittorio Emanuele II and Bela Rosin. The winery achieved great international fame at the end of the nineteenth century, contributing in a decisive way to the affirmation of Barolo. Today, Casa E. di Mirafiore represents a reference point for the production of very high quality wines, much appreciated by connoisseurs and enthusiasts.

Casa Lapostolle

Casadei

Casale del Bosco

The Casale del Bosco winery is located on the beautiful hills of Montalcino. Wine has been the most precious product of these lands for centuries, in which a strong link with tradition and an equally strong drive for innovation have allowed it to enhance and enhance its characteristics, giving life to Brunello. The principle that guides Casale del Bosco is the desire to express, with its wines, the essence of each vineyard, with the awareness of being able to count on a unique and unmistakable land and on an intact territory, cultivated with love and passion.

Casale del Giglio

Casalfarneto

Casalfarneto winery is located in the Marche region, in the heart of the splendid landscape of the Castles of Jesi. It was founded in 1995 by four partners with previous experience in the world of wine, who decided to join forces and start a new adventure together. The project began with the purchase of a farmhouse and a vineyard, with the aim of cultivating and enhancing the qualities of Verdicchio, the classic grape variety of the area. The Togni group bought the winery in 2005 and in 2017 Casalfarneto separated from the family business to continue its independent path, with the aim of continuing to produce quality wines faithful to the territory. Casalfarneto is located in the wonderful hilly area, which gently slopes from the Apennine ridge towards the coast of the Adriatic coast. The Mediterranean climate, warm and always breezy, thanks to the presence of sea breezes, and the soils of limestone and clay, have for centuries been an ideal habitat for growing white grapes. The vineyards are located at an altitude of about 300 meters above sea level, in a border area between Valmisa and Vallesina, which has always been the cradle of the Verdicchio grape, one of the most interesting grapes of our ampelographic heritage for its expressive balance and longevity. . The estate covers a total area of 60 hectares, of which 28 are planted with green trees and 7 are reserved for red berried grapes, in particular for the native montepulciano, sangiovese and international merlot, cabernet sauvignon, petit verdot, which have settled particularly well in the Marche. The vineyards are managed with particular care and attention and a part of the vineyard is already managed under a certified organic farming system, in full respect of the territory. The winery was originally composed of three farmhouses, which were then transformed into a new architecture perfectly inserted in the green. It is a large and functional space, equipped with the most modern technologies, placed at the service of tradition. Despite the modernization work, the vinifications are still carried out trying to intervene as little as possible, in order to maintain the integrity of a raw material of excellent quality and the varietal identity of each grape. The main effort was made on Verdicchio, a true icon vine of the Marche. It is a grape that manages to interpret the best characteristics of the place and to express in the glass the authentic and Mediterranean face of a great terroir with intense, fruity, savory and very long-lived whites.

Casalforte

Casalforte wines are produced in the heart of Valpolicella . Casalforte is part of Cantine Riondo, which produces its wines by collaborating with 2000 winegrowers, whose vineyards are spread over an area of 6000 hectares between Verona, Vicenza and Padua. The main characteristic of Cantine Riondo is the value of cooperation, a sentiment shared by all members and an integral part of the company's production philosophy. Attention to the territory and to the origins, sharing, collaboration and sustainable production are the principles that guide the members of Cantine Riondo. At the base of each production phase is the attention to the circular economy and the optimization of processes, with the aim of reducing waste and respecting the earth. Casalforte wines are produced following agronomic practices aimed at the maximum enhancement of the vines, respecting nature and tradition. Valpolicella, where Casalforte wines are produced, is a land historically devoted to viticulture. In this region, the Rhaetian wine was already produced in pre-Roman times, that is the wine of the Reti, the pre-Roman population who lived in the hills around Verona. The Valpolicella area is a foothill area located at the foot of the Veronese Prealps, bordered by the Lessini Mountains and Lake Garda. It is characterized by a set of valleys that start from Verona and extend up to Valpantena, in a hilly landscape cultivated with pergola vineyards. The grape varieties mainly grown in this region are Corvina , Corvinone and Rondinella , with which Amarone , Ripasso and Valpolicella are produced. Casalforte wines are produced in the Eastern Valpolicella, between the valleys of Mezzane, Marcellise and Tregnago / Illasi. They are refined and elegant interpretations of the typical grapes of Valpolicella. Discover the best Casalforte selection on Vino.com. Buy Casalforte wine On Vino.com you can find a wide selection of Casalforte wine and buy the one that best suits your tastes. The name Casalforte derives from the typical "hamlets" present in the estates of the winemakers, who cultivate the lands handed down from generation to generation with constancy and "strength" of soul. Casalforte wines are full-bodied and structured, perfect for the most important dishes of the Italian and international gastronomic tradition. To help you choose between the various types of Casalforte wine, we can comment on some of the unique characteristics of the Casalforte selection on Vino.com. Among the proposals you can find the Prosecco Casalforte DOC, a very fresh extra dry, produced with a blend of Glera with other grapes, characterized by fruity hints of golden apple and pear, floral aromas of acacia and a velvety and soft palate. It is perfect for your aperitifs, you can also combine it with appetizers and fish dishes. Another Casalforte wine that you cannot miss is Amarone della Valpolicella, a full-bodied and structured red wine, with a high aromatic complexity, with hints of cherry, cinnamon, berries, spices, vanilla and coffee. It is produced with Corvina, Rondinella and Corvinone grapes and is perfect for Sunday lunch or dinner, to be paired with first courses with elaborate sauces, game, braised meats, roasts and well-aged cheeses. Another Casalforte must is Pinot Nero , a refined and elegant red wine, characterized by an extraordinary freshness and an enveloping persistence. Obtained from a blend of Pinot Noir with other grapes, it is characterized by hints of cinnamon, notes of wild berries and raspberry, spicy and vanilla flavor. Perfect to accompany appetizers based on cured meats and red meats. Speaking of Valpolicella, we cannot fail to recommend Ripasso Casalforte, a dry, structured and full-bodied wine made from Corvina and Rondinella grapes. The aromatic profile is very intense, characterized by notes of cherry, berries and spices, perfect to combine with stewed and grilled meat. Finally, if what you are looking for is a fresh, lively and trendy wine you should let yourself be fascinated by the bubbles of Prosecco Rosé Casalforte, a very creamy vintage brut sparkling wine, obtained from Glera and Pinot Noir grapes, characterized by notes of raspberries and wild strawberries , fruity hints of golden apple and peach and floral aromas of rose and violet. It is the ideal wine for summer and fresh dishes, as an aperitif or in combination with appetizers and main courses of fish and white meats. Discover the Casalforte selection on Vino.com.

Casamigos

Casamigos, ultra premium tequila produced in the State of Jalisco in small stills from the best hand-selected 100% Blue Weber agaves, was born from the collaboration between George Clooney and his drinking partner Rande Gerber, who for years have pursued the idea of producing " the best tequila possible ”for themselves and a small circle of friends. The strong artisan imprint and the long processing represent the winning weapon of this distillate that make it a unique and inimitable product. No more salt and lemon, the soft taste of the drink makes it perfect in all its nuances: the Blanco version, fresh with notes of citrus, vanilla and sweet agave characterized by a long and pleasant finish; the Reposado, aged 7 months, soft, slightly barred with notes of caramel and cocoa; Anelo, aged 14 months, with a frank and complex aroma of caramel and vanilla is the perfect balance between the sweetness of the Blue Weber agave and the spicy notes of wood

Casanova di Neri

In Montalcino viticulture has ancient origins, which date back to the Etruscan civilization, and the first written records of this estate date back to 814, when a written document of the Holy Roman Empire certifies the ownership of the estate to the Abbot of Sant'Antimo. The current history of the Casanova di Neri winery was born in 1971 from the dream of Giovanni Neri, who abandoned his business as a grain merchant in Montevarchi to follow his passion for wine. Good luck awaits him in Montalcino, where the Casanova farm is for sale, a 200-hectare estate, whose red wine represents a marginal part of the business and is sold in bulk. A unique opportunity that Giovanni did not miss, immediately realizing the great potential of the territory for the creation of long-lived and deep wines and immediately starting to plant new Sangiovese vines. The property is enriched with new vineyards such as Cerretalto, Cetine (which gives life to the famous Tenute Nuove) and Podernuovo. Brunello di Montalcino Casanova di Neri Casanova di Neri is famous all over the world for its award-winning Brunello di Montalcino , and reaches the pinnacle of its success in 2007, when the Brunello di Montalcino Tenuta Nuova 2001 is awarded Wine of the Year by Wine Spectator with a score of 100 / 100. A sensational milestone, considering that this is the third Italian winery to be able to count the coveted award, since 1988. However, this is the first success of a long series: the following year to receive the 100 points from Wine Spectator is the Brunello Cerretalto, followed by 100 points by James Suckling - for Tenuta Nuova 2006, Cerretalto 2010 and Cerretalto 2015 -, by Robert Parker - with Tenuta Nuova 2010 and Cerretalto 2010 - by Wine Enthusiast - with Cerretalto 2007 and finally also by Falstaff - with Cerretalto 2012. Casanova di Neri red wine Casanova di Neri red wine is born today from 7 magnificent vineyards located in the various areas of the Montalcino appellation: Fiesole, Cerretalto, Collalli, Podernuovo, Pietradonice, Giovanni Neri and Cetine. The Casanova di Neri grapes are the product of a mass selection of Sangiovese Grosso obtained from the Cerretalto vineyard and of a long reproduction process. This clone, planted in each of our vineyards, gives different results on each side, which with aging in the cellar in large wooden vats and resting in the bottle, turns into unique masterpieces in the world. What is the price of Casanova di Neri Brunello 2010? Casanova di Neri Brunello 2010 is considered as one of the most important vintages of this company and has prices that often exceed € 300: the rarity of the bottles makes it a collector's wine. What is the best Casanova di Neri wine? One of the best wines of Casanova di Neri is the Tenuta Nuova, which as well as the Cerretalto has been awarded with the highest awards by international guides.

Casanova di Neri

Casata Monfort

Cascina Fontana

Cascina Fontana

Cascina Sot

Casebianche

The Casebianche farm is an interesting reality in Cilento, which offers a range of wines characterized by a deep bond with the territory. The estate is located in Contrada Casebianche, in the municipal area of Torchiara, in the province of Salerno, a splendid hilly area near the sea. It is a fairly young company, founded in 2000 with the desire to give voice to a territory with great potential and not yet fully exploited. The property covers a total of 14 hectares, of which only five are dedicated to viticulture and the rest destined for the cultivation of olive trees, citrus fruits and other fruit trees. For the cultivation of the vine, only the most suitable plots have been chosen, the best exposed, in order to obtain high quality grapes. The agronomic management follows the principles of organic agriculture, also with the use of biodynamic practices. A choice made to preserve intact and uncontaminated the splendid landscape context and the rich environmental biodiversity. The practice of green manuring is used between the rows, trying to promote and stimulate the natural fertility of the earth, without resorting to fertilization. The area is particularly suitable and can count on a typically Mediterranean climate, warm and sunny, always breezy due to the constant presence of sea breezes. The soils consist of the famous Cilento flysch, a sedimentation of marl and sandstone, with the presence of alluvial deposits, particularly draining and rich in minerals. Following the customs of the territory, the vines that have always lived in these lands, the Aglianico, the Piedirosso, the Fiano, the Malvasia, the Trebbiano and the Barbera, have been planted on the estate. The work in the vineyard and the harvesting operations are carried out manually and the grapes, harvested when fully ripe, healthy and genuine, are rapidly sent to fermentation. The vinifications take place using a light and minimally invasive enology, in order to always leave the varietal notes of the vines in the foreground. The wines are bottled with a minimum use of sulfur. The range of Casebianche wines represents the authentic face of Cilento, with labels of excellent quality.

Casisano

Castelgiocondo

Castellare di Castellina

Castellare di Castellina

Castellare di Castellina is a winery founded in 1968 and since the late seventies owned by Paolo Panerai. Thanks to a careful census of the vines and a renewal of the management of both the vineyards and the cellar, he made it an important element in the panorama of Italian viticulture. Located in the heart of the Chianti Classico, in Castellina in Chianti, Castellare di Castellina enjoys the benefits of an area with a high wine-growing vocation, in which the optimal exposure and the particularly favorable characteristics of the soil allow the production of wines, both red and white, very well structured and intense, suitable for a long aging in bottle.

Castello Banfi

Castello Bonomi

Castello Bonomi, the only château in Franciacorta , rises about 300 m above sea level, on the slopes of Mount Orfano, in the municipality of Coccaglio. Since 1915, with its hectares of splendid vineyards developed in steps, Castello Bonomi represents one of the excellences of these places, thanks to a tradition and a well-considered study on the development of processing techniques in the vineyard and cellar. A unique company that wants to be a mirror and faithful reproduction of an inimitable terroir. The result of Castello Bonomi's work is a range of award-winning and highly prestigious bubbles.

Castello Collemassari

Castello d'Albola

Castello del Terriccio

The Castello del Terriccio winery was born in the heart of the Tuscan hilly area, with a thousand-year history, dating back to the times of the Etruscans, between 800 and 500 BC The castle from which the name of the company derives, was built in medieval times and is located on top of the hills from which the Pisans could see the arrival of the enemies in time. Thanks to their unique characteristics, Castello del Terriccio wines represent the true essence of the Tuscan terroir. The strong link with the history and tradition of the past, the utmost respect for the original characteristics of the grapes and the use of modern winemaking techniques are the strengths that constantly guide this extraordinary reality.

Castello del Terriccio

Castello del Trebbio

Castello di Albola

The Castello di Albola, located near Radda in Chianti, in the heart of the Chianti Classico area, has ancient origins dating back to the early 11th century. The estate has long been disputed by many Tuscan noble families, from the Acciaioli to the Samminiati, from the Pazzi to the Ginori Conti. Since 1979 the estate has been owned by the Zonin family, who renovated both the medieval building of the castle and all the surrounding land, including the vineyards, which have been brought to a higher quality level. To date, the lands of the Castello di Albola extend for over 900 hectares, of which 150 are planted with vines, above a typically Tuscan soil consisting mainly of Alberese stone and galestro. The cultivated varieties are obviously Sangiovese, which constitutes 90% of the company's Chianti Classico production, as well as Cabernet Sauvignon, Canaiolo and a small part of Chardonnay and Malvasia del Chianti - the latter destined for the production of Vinsanto. From now historic vineyards such as Vigna il Solatio, Ellere or Acciaiolo, the Chianti Classico of the Castello di Albola are born, which have now become synonymous with quality for many lovers of this wine.

Castello Di Ama

Castello di Ama

Ama is a small village, a jewel of medieval origins located on the hills between Gaiole and Radda in Chianti, in the heart of the Chianti Classico . In these places, at the end of the 12th century, a local noble family settled, to which the construction of the Castle is attributed, then destroyed at the end of the Middle Ages. The Castello di Ama winery was founded in 1972 by four families of different origins and still today the descendant of one of these families, of Roman origin, leads the company. The vines of Castello di Ama Castello di Ama obtains its wines exclusively from its own vineyards. The most famous vineyard is undoubtedly the one in front of the cellar, called "L'Apparita" because at its top the tower of the Palazzo Comunale di Siena appears in the distance. From these grapes, with careful craftsmanship, the wine of the same name is obtained, produced in a very limited number of bottles. The other important Castello di Ama vineyard, San Lorenzo, is located in the splendid valley in front of the eighteenth-century villas and takes its name from the fifteenth-century church located in the center of the village of Ama. It was acquired by the property in 1972 and today it is the central nucleus of Sangiovese that originates the Gran Selezione Castello di Ama San Lorenzo. To the north of the village of Ama there is the splendid terrace with “dry stone walls” of the La Casuccia vineyard. The property is completed by the beautiful Bellavista and Montebuoni vineyards, located on the hills facing each other. Castello di Ama red wine Castello di Ama produces almost exclusively red wine, and is famous above all for L'Apparita, the progenitor of pure Tuscan Merlot wines and which since 1985, the year of its debut, has become an important cult wine. The Great Selection of Chianti Classico Castello di Ama Vigneto Bellavista is also of the highest level, which is among the oldest of the Chianti Classico and has been produced since 1978 with Sangiovese grapes (about 80%) with the complement of Malvasia Nera only in very few bottles. in extraordinary years. The other Chianti Classico Gran Selezione, the San Lorenzo and La Casuccia come from the homonymous vineyards, and complete the range of the numerous Chiantis, also enriched by a rosé, the inevitable Vin Santo del Chianti Classico and a very interesting grappa. What are Castello di Ama Riserva Chianti Classico wines? There are two Castello di Ama Riserva Chianti Classico wines, Montebuoni and Castello di Ama. From which vineyards is Castello di Ama San Lorenzo obtained? Castello di Ama San Lorenzo is obtained from the best grapes coming exclusively from the historic vineyards, Bellavista, Casuccia, San Lorenzo and Montebuoni. What are the characteristics of Castello di Ama Chianti Classico? Castello di Ama Chianti Classico is fruity, harmonious, and full on the palate and expresses all the elegance of the wines of our company.

Castello di Bolgheri

The Castello di Bolgheri winery extends around the village of the same name, in the heart of the extraordinary production area of the Bolgheri DOC. From its ancient historical roots, full of winemaking tradition, wines of the highest quality arise, children of peculiar natural characteristics, above all climate and soil, which interest this valuable terroir. The style of the cellar is characterized by the production of elegant wines, obtained thanks to the wise guidance of the agronomist and oenologist of the company, Federico Zileri Del Verme and Alessandro Dondi.

Castello di Spessa

Castello di Verduno

The cellars of Castello di Verduno have a long history, which begins in 1838. In this year the castle was acquired by King Carlo Alberto of Savoy, who gave General Staglieno, an expert enologist, the task of obtaining Nebbiolo grapes from the best vineyards a great wine: the Barolo of the Verduno Castle. Since then the cellars have never stopped giving life to noble red wines, even at the beginning of the twentieth century when the Burlotto family, who became the owners of the castle, decided to continue the production tradition of the Savoy. Today the Castello di Verduno boasts, thanks to the land between the hills of Verduno and Barbaresco, the two most precious oenological jewels of the Langa: Barolo and Barbaresco.

Castello Fonterutoli

Castello Romitorio

The Castello Romitorio winery takes its name from the solid fortress dating back to the 12th century that stands on a hill near Montalcino, Siena. The company's vineyards are located in two distinct areas of Montalcino, north-west and south-east, enjoying some of the best microclimates of Montalcino, and a third estate has recently been acquired in the Scansano area. In the cellar of Castello Romitorio, recently renovated, between oak barrels and works of art excellent Tuscan wines rest and mature, the result of a work that makes quality its production philosophy and passion its guideline.

Castello Romitorio

Castelveder

Castiglion del Bosco

Castiglion del Bosco

Cataldi Madonna

The Cataldi Madonna farm is located in the Forno d'Abruzzo area, the small plateau in the shape of an amphitheater at the center of which is the municipality of Ofena, L'Aquila. Located under the Calderone glacier, the only one in the Apennines, it is caressed during the summer by the air that blows from the mountain and refreshes the vineyards. Cataldi Madonna was founded in 1920 and the company's goal has always been to create wines that best express the characteristics of the territory. Cataldi Madonna's wines are gritty, savory and fresh and reflect the great harmony that pervades the management of the company in general.

Catena

Catena Zapata

CATH

Cavallotto

Cave Mont Blanc

Initially, Blanc de Morgex et de la Salle was marketed by various winemakers, who could not guarantee a constant presence on the market and at the same time produced modest quantities. Subsequently in 1971, thanks to the initiative of Don Bougeat, the "Association des Viticulteurs" was founded, so as to be able to effectively manage the winery. Cave Du Vin Blanc, the current name of the company, is located in the municipalities of Morgex and La Salle, in the extraordinary Valdigne, in the far north of the Aosta Valley. Obtaining high quality wines, expressing the maximum authenticity and originality of Priè Blanc, a native vine of Valdigne, and being able to keep alive the ancient Aosta Valley winemaking tradition, are the values that guide this reality.

Cavicchioli

The Cavicchioli winery is located in San Prospero, a small village near Modena, and since 1928 has dedicated itself to the production of wine with great respect and pleasure. Since then, experience and passion have been handed down from father to son and from generation to generation, so much so as to make the winery a real point of reference in the Italian wine scene. Cavicchioli is now synonymous with Lambrusco; its wines are straightforward, exuberant and versatile, perfect expressions of the territory in which they are born and capable of seducing and satisfying all palates.

Cavit

Cavit, Cantina Viticoltori del Trentino, was founded in 1950 thanks to the passion for their land and the desire to enhance the products of the Consorzio di Cantine Sociali. Cavit is a cooperative that unites 11 Trentino cantinesociali with 4500 associated winegrowers. The winery is located in Maso Toresella, on Lake Toblino, a historic and magical villa surrounded by vineyards. Today Cavit collects, examines and selects the raw materials produced by the associated wineries, checking each phase: from refinement to bottling, all in respect of the environment. Cavit wines are refined and of great prestige, perfectly expressing the true essence of Trentino Masi, real crus.

Cellier des Princes

Cellier des Princes has been producing wines in Châteauneuf du Pape since 1925, when a group of vignerons decided to team up to face together a particularly difficult period, which had first seen the devastation of the vineyards caused by phylloxera and then the tragic consequences of the abandonment of the countryside to World War I. The winery quickly established itself thanks to the exceptional quality of the plots of Châteauneuf du Pape and the Côtes-du-Rhône area. The effort of the last decade has brought the sales of bottled wine from 20% to 96% and has repaid the great work done in the vineyard and in the cellar to direct all production towards excellence. Today the Cellier des Princes brand is an important reference point for the lower Rhône area and produces wines that offer excellent value for money. A further step forward has been taken in recent years with the collaboration of Philippe Cambi, an oenologist particularly expert in the wines of the Rhone Valley, who has helped to raise the level of labels even further. Châteauneuf du Pape has been famous for its wines for centuries and in 1936 it was the first AOC recognized in France. The Appellation area is located between Avignon and Orange and its grounds have a very ancient history. During the secondary and tertiary era, the inland sea deposited sediment layers of sand and clay, which make up the deep layers of the soil. During the Quaternary glaciations, the Rhone transported downstream an extraordinary quantity of pebbles smoothed by the alpine glaciers and water that were deposited in the Châteauneuf du Pape area, creating a deep layer of stones: the famous galets roulé. They are very draining soils, which force the roots to go down to reach water and nutrients. Furthermore, the stones heat up a lot during the day and return heat at night, thus allowing a perfect ripening of the grapes. Today the Châteauneuf du Pape vineyard extends over about 3200 hectares, in the municipalities of: Châteauneuf-du-Pape, Bédarrides, Courthézon, Orange et Sorgues. Cellier des Princes cultivates vines in various areas of the appellation, on a mosaic of plots with different soils: the galets roulés that give the wines power and concentration, the sandy soils that give elegance and finesse and the soils of hard limestone flakes, which contribute to give wines a mineral profile. In addition to the Châteauneuf-du-Pape area, Cellier des Princes produces numerous wines in other famous territories of the lower Rhône region: Côtes-du-Rhône & Côtes-du-Rhône Villages, Vaucluse, Vacqueyras and Gigondas. The labels are perfect interpreters of the various terroirs and are appreciated for a straightforward and authentic character.

Centenario

Cerbaia

Cerbaiona

Ceretto

Ceretto was born as a family business in the early 1930s by the hand of Riccardo Ceretto. Thanks to his sons, Bruno and Marcello, the company's vineyards expand into the Langhe and Roero, giving rise to what are now recognized as the company's great Barolo and Barbaresco crus. Marcello in particular brings this winery to success with the concreteness and simplicity of a true winegrower, so much so that years later he declares: "All I know is a gift from the years spent waiting for gems and fruit, to fear for clouds coming to close to the harvest, to listen to the wind that announces the hail, to watch the sun beating on the stump, to prune and see pruned, to take a handful of earth, close the fist, open it to see how the earth is crumbling, or stays thickened. " Ceretto Today the company has about 160 hectares of owned vineyards arranged between the DOCG Barolo, the DOCG Barbaresco and the Blangé vineyards. The undisputed master is Nebbiolo , which since 2010 follows the dictates of biodynamic agriculture together with Barbaresco, while for the other vines Ceretto follows the organic approach, with the intention, however, to extend all production to biodynamics. From the great crus such as Bricco Rocche - the smallest vineyard of the entire Barolo appellation - or Asili as regards Barbaresco, wines are born that are now true cult of this terroir, appreciated and sought after by enthusiasts and critics of all. the world. Ceretto white wine The most famous white wine of the Ceretto winery is the Ceretto Blangé Roero Arneis, obtained exclusively from an indigenous Piedmontese variety, the Arneis, vinified in purity in steel to maintain the primary aromas of the grapes. As often happens in Piedmont, also for Ceretto the Arneis is the only white in a universe of red wines and for this reason it represents a continuous challenge for the Ceretto family. What is the peculiarity of Barolo Ceretto Bricco Rocche? Barolo Ceretto Bricco Rocche comes from a single vineyard, which is the smallest plot of the entire Barolo appellation. Does Blangé Ceretto also exist in Magnum format? Blangé Ceretto exists in various formats, including magnums.

Cesare Bussolo

Cesari

Winery symbol of the Veronese winemaking tradition, Gerardo Cesari was born in 1936 driven by the desire and ambition to produce wines able to compete with the great reds from all over the world. The company objective is more generally to produce local wines, aware of the fact that only where the necessary conditions exist is it possible to obtain high quality wines: for reasons linked to the type of soil, climate, but also to a tradition that has been handed down for centuries. From the Crus of Bosan and Il Bosco come to life the relative Amarone Classico Il Bosco and Amarone Classico Riserva Bosan (93 pt. Veronelli), two monovine groves of Cesari's flagship products acclaimed by international critics: Decanter, International Wine Challenge, Concours Mondial de Bruxelles, International Wine & Spirit Competition. Cesari's proposal is also articulated with classic wines that represent the purest tradition of the province of Verona that the winery undertakes to preserve from year to year with great commitment.

Cesarini Sforza

Founded in 1974 thanks to the will of some entrepreneurs in the Trentino wine sector, the Cesarini Sforza company is located in Trento. His journey begins with an ambitious project to select the best areas of Trentino for the cultivation of Chardonnay and Pinot Nero grapes for the production of high quality sparkling wines. Guided by a wise oenological research and a strong passion, Cesarini Sforza has always produced fine sparkling wines from grapes grown between 350 and 650 meters above sea level, guided by a philosophy based on three main guidelines: quality, image and culture.

Chacra

Champalou

Chandon de Briailles

Chanson Pere et Fils

Chapelle d'Ausone

Chapoutier

Charles Ellner

Champagne Charles Ellner is an independent Maison with a family character, which has its headquarters in Epernay, the true capital of the Champagne region. The Ellner family has been involved in viticulture for over a century and has handed down the culture and ancient savoir-faire from generation to generation, up to the present day. Even today, within the Maison, ancient customs are followed, in order to be able to offer labels characterized by craftsmanship and attention. Ellner Champagnes are the pure expression of a classic style, capable of telling a territory and its history in a glass. The Maison can count on a park of particularly prestigious vineyards, managed with great care and in harmony with the natural context. The vineyards cover a total area of about 50 hectares, divided into many plots, which are located in different areas of the Champagne region: Côtes d'Epernay, Côte des Blancs, Montagne de Reims, Côte de Sézanne, Vallée de la Marne and Bar sur Aubois. The presence of vines grown in areas with different microclimates and soils, allows you to have a wide range of vins clairs with different characteristics. A richness that allows each year to create harmonious and balanced cuvées. Each parcel is, in fact, vinified separately and only at the time of assembly the Chef de Cave will choose the wines to be used for the creation of the various labels of the wide range of the Maison. The possibility of having vineyards available in all areas of Champagne guarantees that pinot noir, meunier and chardonnay can be grown in the most historically suitable places. A guarantee of having grapes, they are not of excellent quality, but also perfectly ripe, aromatically rich and with a high dose of acidity, essential for sparkling wine with the Champenoise method. The result of meticulous work in the vineyard and careful cellar practices that are very respectful of the raw material, is a range of highly fascinating, intense, fresh and mineral labels. The Champagne offer of the Maison is divided into two different categories, the Classic Collection, which includes the labels: Extra-Brut, Grand Réserve Brut, Blanc de Blancs Brut, Rosé Brut, Premier Cru Brut, Integral, Carte d'Or Brut and the prestigious Collection of Millesimati., which represents the spearhead of the Maison, with bottles characterized by long aging on the lees. Ellner Champagnes are examples of refined elegance, a synthesis of ancient traditions, which are renewed and carried on with great passion and competence.

Charles Heidsieck

Champagne Charles Heidsieck takes its name from its inventor, an enterprising and charismatic man, a true traveler and successful entrepreneur. Charles-Camille Heidsieck was born in 1822, 37 years after his paternal uncle founded the well-known Maison Champagne Heidsieck & Cie. Inspired by the guidance of his mother and sister and educated with a solid Prussian education, at 29 he decided to found his own company showing an unparalleled entrepreneurial stature. The initiative led him in 1852 to America with the desire to conquer a new market and export the taste of Champagne. The construction of the brand found in the founder and in his ability to transmit the temperament and lifestyle akin to the consumption of Champagne a key moment in this successful entrepreneurial story. Another demonstration of this drive to establish a strong bond between people and the product is the idea of buying the Crayeres in 1867, limestone galleries 30 meters deep, almost monumental underground cathedrals dating back to the third century and ideal for storing the product. : optimal places for storage, with constant maintenance of stable temperatures and light conditions. Charles Heidsieck Champagne Champagne Charles Heidsieck continues today to occupy a prominent place in respect of the production tradition concerning one of the most important wine regions of France . The Maison owns 60 hectares divided between the departments of the Marne and Aube. Relying on a long-lasting relationship with its collaborators, the Maison manages to maintain high quality standards regarding the conservation of vineyards and correct winemaking practices that become moments of pride to bring the work of winemakers to the most important tables in the world. Key figure for the Maison is the Chef de cave responsible for orchestrating the organoleptic qualities of the individual vintages by tracing the perfect combination of aromas and flavors in continuity with the production style that distinguishes the Maison. It must be said that a figure as charismatic as that of the founder could not fail to have such extraordinary success as to remain outside a possible identification with the product. After Alfred Lee's song dedicated to him, another proof of gratitude will in 1979 commemorate Charles' success: a label will bear his name identifying a special and commemorative Champagne. What is the price of a Charles Heidsieck Champagne? The price of a Charles Heidsieck Champagne varies from € 50 to € 200 depending on the vintage and type. Is it possible to find Champagne Charles Heidsieck 1994? Champagne Charles Heidsieck 1994 belongs to a series commissioned by Chef de cave Daniel Thibault who decided to create blends with many base wines and reserve wines for aging up to 6 years. A wording that identifies the duration of the refinement and which was initially confused with the year of belonging of the vintage Champagne. What are the characteristics of a Champagne Charles Heidsieck Brut Réserve Champagne Charles Heidsieck Brut Réserve is the result of a blend of 60 crus vinified by single grape variety in steel. In the cuvée 40% reserve wines are used, which refine at least 10 years before becoming part of the blend. Very intense golden color, it has a very persistent perlage and the result of long aging. The nose has aromas of candied fruit, almond and a creamy bread crust taste that blends with fine pastry, red fruits on the bottom such as plum and ripe cherry. The finish, impeccably long, has notes of vanilla and cream.

Charles Heidsieck

Charles Smith

The story of Charles Smith is one that could inspire the plot of a film. Born a few hours from Napa Valley, one of California's iconic wine areas, he became passionate about this drink only after moving to Denmark for love. Here he was manager of several rock bands, including the Danish duo The Raveonettes; his job allowed him to attend parties, eat good food and drink good wine. The decisive step was the journey he undertook in 1999 for Walla Walla, a "sub-area" of the Columbia Valley, where he met a wine producer who convinced him to make a wine that reflected his personality, his history, his vision. He began to produce self-taught wine in 2001 and already 8 years later he was named "Best winemaker of the year" by the Food & Wine magazine, and in 2014 also by the prestigious international magazine Wine Enthusiast. His style aims at the production of wines rich in substance, the result of long macerations, in the case of reds, and with a modern taste. The artistic labels with a very American design, the work of the artist Rikke Korff who also worked for some lines of Levi's, want to convey the rock soul of Charles and the character of each wine.

Charles van Canneyt

Chartreuse

La Chartreuse is the liqueur created by the friars of the Carthusian order, founded in 1084 by Father Bruno (and one of the oldest orders of Christianity) and with its first historical site in San Pierre de Chartreuse near Grenoble at 1190 meters above sea level at foothills of the Alps. The history of this liqueur dates back to 1605, when Marshal d'Estrées gave the monks of the Charterhouse of Vauvert in Paris a manuscript revealing the formula of a long-life elixir of unknown origin. One hundred years later, thanks to a Carthusian pharmacist, the formula of the Elixir Végétal dell Grande Chartreuse sees its definitive version, except for an adaptation of 1838 with the intention of producing a sweeter and less alcoholic liqueur. Buying chartreuse online is easy. Today it is possible to buy Chartreuse online quickly and easily thanks to Vino.com. Look for it among the liqueurs or write Chartreuse in the search string and you will find it in a few clicks, and you can have it in your home in a few days. If you don't know the difference between green Chartreuse and yellow Chartreuse, the product sheets will guide you to discover the aromas, fragrances and characteristics of these centuries-old liqueurs of fundamental historical importance. The Chartreuse recipe: secret for hundreds of years Today, like yesterday, the formula remains a mystery that modern methods of investigation cannot penetrate, what is certain is that all the liqueurs produced by the Chartreux Fathers do not contain chemical additives, but owe their colors to the plants used. A little curiosity: from the Chartreuse elixir, aged in large wooden barrels, the monks obtain a particularly noteworthy quality liqueur; called "Chartreuse Vep". This is an extremely limited production, presented in bottles faithfully similar to the original ones of 1840. And if you are wondering, the cellars of the Chartreuse are open to the public, and visiting them is like stepping back in time: it seems to be in the cellars of a great wine producer. What are the ingredients of Chartreuse? The ingredients of Chartreuse are not known precisely, however it is known that to obtain it the monks put up to 130 plants and flowers in maceration with alcohol before obtaining the liqueur with the addition of water and sugar. What are the characteristics of green chartreuse? Green chartreuse has a pungent and complex bouquet, with herbaceous notes of angelica, pine, lime cordial, mint, cumaru, anise and cocoa. The taste is excellent and warm, with hints of grated lemon, anise and tobacco. How is it recommended to serve the yellow Chartreuse? The yellow Chartreuse has a milder alcohol content (about 40 °) than the green one and for this reason it is perfect as a digestive or to be served with ice, this liqueur is increasingly becoming part of cocktails and long drinks.

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Chateau Angelus Premier Grand Cru Classe A

Chateau Angelus Premier Grand Cru Classe B

Chateau Ausone Premier Grand Cru Classe A

Chateau Batailley 5eme Cru Classe

Chateau Beausejour Duffau-Lagarrosse Premier Grand Cru Classe B

Chateau Belair-Monange Premier Grand Cru Classe B

Chateau Belgrave 5eme Cru Classe

Chateau Beychevelle

Chateau Boutisse

Chateau Calon Segur 3eme Cru Classe

Château Camino Salva

Chateau Canon la Gaffeliere

Chateau Canon la Gaffeliere Grand Cru Classe

Chateau Cantemerle

Chateau Carbonnieux

Château Cazeau

Chateau Certan de May

Chateau Cheval Blanc Premier Grand Cru Classe A

Chateau Clerc Milon 5eme Cru Classe

Château Cos d'Estournel

Chateau Cos Labory 5eme Cru Classe

Chateau Coutet Premier Cru Classe

Chateau d'Armailhac 5eme Cru Classe

Chateau d'Issan 3eme Cru Classe

Chateau d'Yquem Premier Cru Superieur

Château Dauzac

Chateau Dauzac 5eme Cru Classe

Chateau de Beaucastel Hommage a Jacques Perrin

Chateau de Beaucastel Rouge

Chateau de Fieuzal

Chateau de la Tour

Château de Laubade

Château de Malle

Chateau de Meursault

Château de Meursault

Chateau de Puligny-Montrachet

Château de Reignac

Château De Ricaud

The Château de Ricaud winery is located near Cadillac, a French commune in Gironde, in the heart of the famous Bordeaux wine region. The castle was bought in 1980 by Alain Thiénot, who was impressed by the excellent quality of the vineyard and the architecture of the property. Working closely with the Dourthe team, Thiénot has followed an ambitious redevelopment program that has led Château de Ricaud to become a reference point for Loupiac, creating a Côtes de Bordeaux wine that has been ranked among the finest in the appellation. The production philosophy of this company is based on the search for qualitative excellence, on the authentic varietal expression, operating according to the principles of sustainability while respecting the territory.

Chateau de Saint Cosme

Château de Tracy

Château de Tracy is a domaine rich in history and traditions, located in the territory of the famous French Appellation Pouilly Fumé, in the heart of the Loire Valley vineyard. Its origins are very ancient and even date back to the fourteenth century. Château de Tracy still represents an important point of reference for the whole area and its wines are recognized as an absolute level of excellence. The estate is located at the foot of the ancient Château, built on a spur of rock overlooking the Loire. The Domaine has spanned the centuries maintaining its family character, linked to the dynasty of the Counts of Assay. Today at the helm of the company is Juliette d'Assay who carries on the business following the most ancient traditions. The philosophy of the domaine is oriented to the production of wines faithful to the terroir, through a viticulture cared for with passion and vinifications that allow to enhance the particular character of the Sauvignon Blanc of this famous territory. The Pouilly Fumé of Château de Tracy is produced only with grapes from its own vineyards, grown in an area with unique characteristics. The Pouilly Fumé vineyard covers a total of 1,200 hectares, right in the heart of France. The climate is cool and continental, mitigated by the presence of the Loire. The soils are particularly valuable, mainly composed of clays rich in silica stones, pebbles and calcareous marls formed by the sedimentation of the shells of small kimméridgien oysters. These are soils that allow the Sauvignon Blanc grape to express itself with extraordinary finesse, elegance and with a particular note of mineral freshness, reminiscent of flint and smoky sensations. The wines of Chateau de Tracy have a strong personality, which reflects the characteristics of the various places of origin. Those of the silex areas are vertical, taut and deep, those of the limestone areas are intense, rich and elegant. The blending of the two wines, with complementary characteristics, allows to obtain a Sauvignon Blanc of great complexity and charm. The vines are managed with respect for nature, with grassy inter-rows, treatments reduced to a minimum and without resorting to insecticides or herbicides. The cultivation with low yields allows to obtain grapes of excellent quality, ripe and with very rich and concentrated aromas. This is how high-end labels are born, an authentic expression of a great terroir.

Chateau de Vaudieu

Chateau des Laurets

Château Deville

Chateau Doisy Daene 2eme Cru Classe

Chateau Doisy-Vedrines

Château du Breuil

We are in Normandy, a land with an enviable culinary tradition, based mainly on local products: salted butter, cheeses, shellfish, apples. From the best quality ones comes Calvados Pays d'Auge AOC, a calvados which, unlike the common one, is obtained from the cider produced exclusively in the Pays d'Auge area, and through a double distillation. Normandy is also the land of picturesque half-timbered houses and castles. The Château du Breuil was built between the 16th and 17th centuries and belonged to great families of the Norman nobility such as the Bouquetots, the Montgommerys, the young Tancrède de Rohan and the Bences. After a skilful restoration, the castle became a place for distillation for three generations. The apple cider used for the production of Calvados Pays d'Auge of Château du Breuil is obtained from the apples of the proprietary orchards, which thanks to a mild and humid climate and clayey soil ideal for cultivation, harvest apples of the best quality at the perfect stage of ripeness. Aging takes place only in carefully selected oak barrels for the important effect they have on the quality of the finished product.

Château du Tariquet

Château Ducluzeau

Chateau Duhart-Milon 4eme Cru Classe

Chateau Favori

Chateau Figeac

Chateau Figeac Premier Grand Cru Classe B

Château Gazin

Chateau Gazin Rocquencourt

Château Gigery

Chateau Giscours 3eme Cru Classe

Château Guillaume Blanc

Château Haut Grignon

Chateau Haut-Brion Premier Cru Classe

Chateau Kirwan 3eme Cru Classe

Chateau L'Eglise-Clinet

Chateau L'Evangile

Château L'Oiseliniere

Chateau La Barbe Blanche

Château La Commanderie

Chateau La Connivence

Chateau La Conseillante

Chateau La Croix de Gay

Château La Croix St. Vincent

Chateau La Croizille

Chateau La Fleur de Bouard

Chateau La Fleur-Petrus

Château La Louvière

Chateau La Mission Haut-Brion

Chateau La Mission Haut-Brion Cru Classe

Chateau La Violette

Château Labadie

Chateau Labegorce

Chateau Lafaurie-Peyraguey

Chateau Lafite Rothschild Premier Cru Classe

Chateau Lafleur

Chateau Lafleur-Gazin

Château Landion

Chateau Laroque Grand Cru Classe

Chateau Larrivet Haut-Brion

Chateau Lascombes

Chateau Lascombes 2eme Cru Classe

Chateau Latour a Pomerol

Chateau Latour Premier Cru Classe

Chateau Laville Haut-Brion

Château Le Bocage

Chateau Le Gay

Château Le Vieux Fort

Chateau Leoville Barton 2eme Cru Classe

Château Leoville Poyferre

Chateau Leoville Poyferre 2eme Cru Classe

Château Les Landes de Cach

The production plant of Château Les Landes de Cach dates back to 1800. 55 years later, with the sale of the company to Gustave Claudon, the quality level of the wines has increased considerably allowing Château de Cach to be classified as "Cru Bourgeois". After the abandonment of the vineyards, following the financial crisis of 1929, they were restored by Henri Musso, the current owner who produced his first wine in 1982 and had to start from scratch to rebuild the image of this prestigious brand. With the assistance of the wine consultant Cedric Moreau, Henri Musso has managed to restore the wines to the quality known in the past and today produces regularly awarded wines, within the important French appellations of Haut-Médoc, Moulis and Pauillac.

Château Leydet-Valentin

Chateau Lynch Bages

Chateau Lynch Bages 5eme Cru Classe

Chateau Lynch-Moussas 5eme Cru Classe

Chateau Magrez Fombrauge

Chateau Malartic Lagraviere Cru Classe

Chateau Malescot St. Exupery 3eme Cru Classe

Chateau Malmaison

Chateau Margaux Premier Cru Classe

Chateau Meursault

Château Minuty

Château Minuty ranks among the greatest exponents of Provençal rosé wine. Located in the luxurious setting of Saint-Tropez, on the French Riviera, on the hills of the villages of Gassin and Ramatuelle, it boasts a high-end production that places it among the Cru Classé of Côtes de Provence. 80 years of know-how of the Matton-Farnet family translate into emblematic labels of power and refinement, with a strong aptitude for territoriality. It is remarkable to think that this phase of ascension was reached after a long and laborious reconstruction work that patiently awaited the resolution of the Second World War: the estate was acquired by Gabriel Farnet in 1936. There was also an intense recovery activity of the traditional Provencal vines, Tibouren, Rolle and Grenache, which in this area manage to find the best conditions.

Château Miraval

Chateau Montelena

Château Mouton Rothschild

Château Mouton Rothschild is one of the most prestigious maison of Bordeaux and one of only 5 Premier Cru Classé. The company was founded in 1853 when Baron Nathaniel de Rothschild bought the land of the then Château Brane-Mouton in Pauillac, in the heart of the Médoc, which has since become Mouton Rothschild. In 1924, Baron Philippe de Rothschild, Nathaniel's great-grandson, asked the graphic artist and artist Jean Carlu. Since then, contemporary artists of the caliber of Bacon, Picasso, Mirò and Dalì have signed the labels of Château Mouton Rothschild every year. In 1973, thanks to the tenacity of Baron Philippe, the Château obtained the classification of Premier Cru Classé, of which it was unjustly deprived in the classification of 1855. To date, the vineyard area of the company extends for about 90 hectares in Pauillac, north-west of Bordeaux, where the Cabernet Sauvignon grape probably reaches its best expressions. In addition to Cabernet Sauvignon, other typical varieties of the Bordeaux terroir are also grown, such as Merlot (15%), Cabernet Franc (3%) and Petit Verdot (1%), for a production of wines of absolute quality, which have now entered the collective imagination as a synonym of excellence and luxury.

Chateau Mouton Rothschild Premier Cru Classe

Chateau Palmer 3eme Cru Classe

Château Pape Clément

Château Pape Clément can boast seven centuries of history and has been a Grand Cru Classé de Graves since 1953. The first harvests date back to 1252, when the estate was still called Domaine de la Mothe. The property was bought in 1299 by the Gaillard de Goth, a member of a famous family from Bordeaux. His brother, Bertrand de Goth first became Archbishop of Bordeaux and in 1305 he was appointed Pope with the name of Clement V. The following year Clement V was donated by his dying brother the Domaine, which thus took on the high-sounding name of Château Pape Clément. A great lover of viticulture, the Pope will support the development of viticulture not only in his Domaine of Bordeaux, but also in the Avignon region, particularly in the territories of Châteauneuf-du-Pape, Gigondas and Beaumes-de-Venise. In 1314, on the death of Clement V, the property became part of the possessions of the Archbishop of Bordeaux until the confiscation of ecclesiastical assets carried out during the French revolution. Over the following decades, one of the leading figures is certainly that of Jean-Baptiste Clerc, who in the mid-19th century bought the property, renovated the vineyards and began construction of the Château, which still distinguishes the Domaine today. Under his direction, the wines of Château Pape Clément are known for their excellent quality and the Domaine becomes one of the most famous in the Pessac area. In 1959, at the time of the classification of the Graves territory, Château Pape Clément was included in the list of 16 estates recognized as Grands Crus Classés de Graves. The Classification of Graves contemplates a single level, without any hierarchical distinction and is not subject to periodic revision. All 16 Crus Classés belong to the AOC Pessac-Léognan: 7 Crus produce only red wine, 3 only white wine and 6 both types. Château Haut-Brion is the only Bordeaux wine present in both the Crus Classés de Graves classification and the 1855 Grands Crus Classés classification. Today Bernard Magrez manages Château Pape Clément in the wake of tradition, producing wines of great elegance and finesse , which represent a point of reference for the whole territory of Pessac. The prestigious Château Pape Clément label is made with a blend of 56% cabernet sauvignon, merlot, 40 and 4% cabernet franc. It is a wine of extraordinary quality, in which the fruity notes are enriched with spicy hints and smoky sensations. Harmonious, deep and with an extraordinary gustatory balance, it represents a legendary label.

Chateau Pape Clement

Chateau Pape Clement Cru Classe

Chateau Pavie Macquin Premier Grand Cru Classe B

Chateau Pavie Premier Grand Cru Classe A

Chateau Pavie Premier Grand Cru Classe B

Chateau Peby Faugeres

Chateau Pedesclaux 5eme Cru Classe

Château Pericou

Château Pesquié

Château Pesquié is a family estate located in the Ventoux appellation, south of the Rhône Valley, of which it is recognized as one of the first pioneers. Its colorful, elegant and complex wines derive from the particular microclimatic conditions of this terroir that combine a higher altitude than other wineries in the southern Rhone Valley with a consequently cooler climate. And from the mineral variety of the soil on which the vineyards live, characterized by a happy alternation of different types of clay. The main grape varieties of the Rhone Valley, especially Grenache and Syrah, enjoy slower and longer ripening over time with beneficial effects on the richness and expressiveness of the fruit. Particular attention is paid to the natural heritage in terms of biodiversity and the environment, with a cellar well integrated into the landscape on which it is possible to access for the delivery of the grapes from the roof and to let the grapes descend to the lower floors solely by gravity.

Château Petit Mouta

Chateau Pichon Baron 2eme Cru Classe

Château Picon

Chateau Pontac Montplaisir

Chateau Quintus

Château Redon

Chateau Rieussec

Château Rieussec

Chateau Rieussec Premier Cru Classe

Chateau Romanin

Chateau Rouget

Chateau Saint Eugene

Chateau Saint-Pierre 4eme Cru Classe

Château Sainte-Marie

Immersed in the beautiful land of Bordeaux, France, Chateau Sainte-Marie offers two great wines that follow the Bordeaux style and amaze for their price. Faithfully following the organic regime, this small Maison has had a great impact on the market, becoming an important part of the enhancement of one of the most prestigious terroirs in the world.

Chateau Siran

Chateau Smith Haut Lafitte

Château Sociando-Mallet

Château Sociando - Mallet is a Domaine located on the banks of the Garonne, in the municipal area of Saint-Seurin-de-Cadourne, about ten kilometers north of Pauillac, in the heart of the Haut-Médoc. The origins of the Domaine date back to 1633, a document certifies the belonging of the lands to an aristocrat of Basque origin named Sociondo, who in the course of subsequent transcriptions became Sociando due to a spelling error. In 1793 the estate was seized, sold as a National Property and purchased by Jean Lamothe. In the following decades, the Domaine passes into different hands until the moment when it meets the fate of Jean Gautreau, the son of an insurer, who at the age of 18 reached the junior semifinal of the Roland Garros tennis tournament. After his military service in Morocco, Jean began working in the wine trade sector and then opened his own company, which began and exported Bordeaux wines to Belgium and Holland. In 1969, while looking for a Domaine for sale for his northern European clients, he discovered the Sociando-Mallet estate. It is a real love at first sight. He immediately fell in love with the magnificent vineyards overlooking the Gironde estuary and immediately bought the property. It is a small Domaine of only 5 hectares with an old building in a bad state, but Jean, as a connoisseur of the territory, immediately senses its potential. The first vintages are very encouraging and Gautreau begins to progressively enlarge the estate by buying the plots from his neighbors. Today Château Sociando - Mallet extends over a total area of 120 hectares of which 83 are vineyards and produces around 450,000 bottles per year. Jean Gautreau, at the dawn of his 90s, left the helm of the Domaine in the hands of his daughter Sylvie. The Domaine is located in one of the most beautiful areas of Haut Médoc. The soils consist of graves with a deep clay-limestone layer below. They are poor and very draining soils, perfect for the red berried grapes typical of the area. The beautiful sunny, breezy aspects and the mild climate, mitigated by the presence of the Gironde estuary, allow the grapes to ripen perfectly with rich and intense aromas. The vines are grown for 42% with Cabernet Sauvignon, 54% with Merlot and 4% with Cabernet Franc. The average age of the vines is about 35 years and they have been planted with a very high density per hectare, above 8,000 vines, so that the plants naturally produce few clusters with a great aromatic concentration. The wines of Château Sociando - Mallet are elegant, rich, deep and very long-lived, perfect ambassadors of a great terroir.

Chateau Suduiraut Premier Cru Classe

Chateau Talbot 4eme Cru Classe

Chateau Tertre Daugay Grand Cru Classe

Chateau Trotanoy

Chateau Trotte Vieille Premier Grand Cru Classe B

Château Troupian

Chateau Valandraud

Château Vieux Clos

Château Vieux Lesnier

Château Yon-Figeac

Cherchi

Chevre Michel

Chiara Boschis

Chiara Ziliani

Chiarieri

Chimere

Chiuse

Chivas Regal

The origin of the Scotch Whiskey Chivas Regal dates back to the 19th century and is due to the Chivas brothers. James and John Chivas had grown up on a remote farm in Scotland , but they knew the world well and were certain that to have a successful life, it would be essential to broaden their horizons and take on new challenges in unknown territories far from their homeland. 'origin. So they left and arrived in Aberdeen, a city where they could get involved, trying to change the course of their future. James started working in a general store and together with his brother John they immediately managed to be appreciated by the whole community of Aberdeen. They were two visionary artisans, able to sniff out the best opportunities to change their destiny. The demonstration was the invention of the first Blended Whiskey, obtained by allowing different types of Whiskey blends to age. Faced with repeated requests for a more full-bodied and softer distillate, the Chivas brothers decided to offer their customers the scotch whiskey blends they had left to age in the store's cellar. Thus was born the art of blending, thanks to the enterprising James and John Chivas. A century later, in 1909, Master Blenders Charles Howard and Alexander Smith created the world's first luxury whiskey, the Scotch Whiskey Chivas Regal, a 25-year-old blend that honored the legacy of the Chivas brothers. At this time Chivas Regal was facing the world, also reaching New York. Soon the era of prohibition arrived and the Scotch Whiskey Chivas Regal was destined to disappear. However, Chiva Regal's luck had not entirely faded and in 1938 it reappeared with a 12-year-old blend, the famous Scotch Whiskey Blended that we still taste today. Where is the single malt from which the Chivas Regal blends are produced? In Strathisla, the oldest distillery in the Scottish Highlands, founded in 1786 in the Speyside region of Scotland. The main objective of Chivas Regal has remained unchanged over time: to maintain the quality of the distillates produced, paying attention to the details and the raw material. Whiskey Chivas Regal Whiskey Chivas Regal Blended is a full-bodied, velvety and rich distillate, with a unique taste and characteristics. Each Chivas Regal Blended Whiskey is a universe of aromas, scents and flavors, which depend on numerous factors: the raw material used, the aging process, the age and quality of the oak barrels used, the cellar, its climate and the arrangement of the barrels inside. The contribution of all these variables is essential to guarantee a blend of excellence, a harmonious symbiosis of different flavors. On Vino.com you can find different types of Chivas Regal Blended Scotch Whiskey. From the soft variant, the Scotch Whiskey Chivas Regal 12 (aged 12 years), to the more complex variant, the Scotch Whiskey Chivas Regal 25 (aged 25 years). Discover the Chivas Regal selection on Vino.com. What is the price of Whiskey Chivas Regal? On Vino.com you will find a wide selection of Chivas Regal Scotch Whiskey at competitive prices. The prices of Chivas Regal Whiskeys are variable, mainly depending on the type of oak barrel used and the years of aging. On your favorite online wine shop you can find Blended Scotch Whiskey Aged 12 Years Chivas Regal, Blended Scotch Whiskey Aged 15 Years Chivas Regal, Blended Scotch Whiskey 18 Year Old Gold Chivas Regal and Blended Scotch Whiskey Aged 25 Years Chivas Regal. Discover the prices and details on Vino.com and choose the one that suits you best. What are the characteristics of Whiskey Chivas Regal 12 years? Born from the perfect balance between the malts and cereals used, the Chivas Regal 12 is a velvety and harmonious blend, aged for 12 years, which is characterized by the strong amber color, the hints of honey, vanilla and ripe apple, the full taste and creamy with a long and persistent finish. If you love more complex and refined whiskeys, on Vino.com you can also find the Scotch Whiskey Chivas Regal 18, born from a blend of 85 different aromas, characterized by hints of dried fruit and caramel and a dark chocolate flavor. What was the first year of production of Whiskey Chivas Regal? The first Whiskey Chivas Regal was produced in 1909, it was a blended scotch whiskey with an aging of 25 years. The first Whiskey Chivas Regal became the symbol of the rich New York society of the early 1900s, establishing itself as the first luxury whiskey and establishing itself over the decades. Whiskey Chivas Regal 25 has survived two world wars and prohibition and still today is identified as the most iconic scotch whiskey that exists, a distillate of excellence, complex, structured and aromatic. Discover its features on Vino.com.

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Christian Moueix

Ciacci Piccolomini

Ciacci Piccolomini d'Aragona

Tenuta Ciacci Piccolomini d'Aragona, located in the territory of Montalcino, boasts a long history, whose origins date back to the 17th century. The vineyards of the estate, located in an area particularly suited to viticulture, are cultivated according to the ancient peasant tradition, combined with updated techniques, to keep the quality and modernity of the wines high. To keep up with the continuous evolution of the sector, Ciacci Piccolomini has 3 wineries: a historic cellar used for the long aging of the finest wines, a new and modern cellar with rooms for vinification, aging and refinement of wines and a recently acquired cellar used exclusively for the production of the new DOC Montecucco Sangiovese.

Ciacci Piccolomini d'Aragona

Ciavolich

Cillar de Silos

Cinzano

Citadelle

Clarendon Hills

Clau de Nell

Claude Cazals

Claude Dugat

Claude Riffault

Claudio Cipressi

Claudio Cipressi represents a real symbol of Molise wine. The winery is located in Contrada Montagna in San Felice del Molise, in the hilly hinterland between Vasto and Termoli, about twenty kilometers from the sea. The choice to devote himself to the world of wine was born from the desire to enhance his land and to make known its excellence. Molise is a small region that preserves an area of uncontaminated nature and historically very suitable for the cultivation of the vine. In these lands viticulture has been practiced since the time of the ancient Romans and the custom has been handed down to the present day as a precious heritage, based on an ancient peasant know-how. It is in this wonderful landscape context that Claudio Cipressi gave life to his project. The estate covers a total of about fifteen hectares, at an altitude of about 600 meters above sea level. The climate is cool and breezy, always mitigated by the beneficial influence of the sea breezes. In the vineyard, the historical varieties of the region have been privileged, first of all the tintilia, which covers 12 hectares and then montepulciano, falanghina and trebbiano. Tintilia is an ancient red grape variety cultivated in Molise for centuries, especially in the innermost areas of the region. Progressively abandoned in favor of more well-known and profitable varieties from a commercial point of view, it has been rediscovered in recent decades, thanks to the renewed interest in native grapes and the tenacity of some local winemakers. It is a rather vigorous grape variety, which loves a cool climate and strong temperature variations. Of medium productivity, it gives intense and structured wines, characterized by aromas of red fruit, undergrowth and spices. Claudio Cipressi manages his vineyards under organic farming, in full respect of a natural environment rich in biodiversity. The goal of his work in the countryside is to bring healthy and genuine grapes to maturity, an indispensable prerequisite for making great wines. The harvest takes place with manual harvesting and selection of the best grapes in the vineyard. The cellar practices are limited to accompanying the grapes to the transformation into wine in the most natural way possible, with the aim of producing labels faithful to the characteristics of the grapes and the territory. Thus was born a range of high quality wines, in which some versions of Tintilia stand out, among the best ever.

Clément

After thirty years dedicated to the production of cane sugar, and precisely from 1887, the year in which the doctor and mayor Le François, Homère Clément, bought the Habitation and the plantation of the domaine de l'Acajou, the Clément distillery was born, a reference point for agricultural rum. On Homère's death, the property was taken over by his son Charles, who was assigned the task of perfecting the family rum, thanks to his studies on distillation carried out at the famous French school Louis Pasteur. The distillery was purchased by the Bernard Hayot group in 1986 which contributed to the spread of the brand while preserving the production and cultural heritage of the Clément family. Agricultural rum, produced using fresh sugar cane juice instead of traditional molasses, has been produced in Clément since 1996 in full compliance with the strict standards imposed by the Martinique AOC specification. The master distiller Emanuel Becheau, assisted in the production by Robert Peronet, an iconic character from Martinique, takes care of the entire process which ends with an aging in fine American white oak barrels often previously used for the aging of Kentucky Bourbon whiskey.

Clos de Tart

Clos des Jacobins

Established in Clos des Jacobins in 2004, Magali and Thibaut Decoster took care of the renovation of vineyards and production facilities and in a short time made this château one of the best known in the French wine region of Saint-Emilion. The exclusive attention paid to their only wine produced has allowed Clos des Jacobins to achieve remarkable results: its Grand Cru Classè has been awarded for 6 consecutive vintages a score always higher than 90/100 on Wine Spectator, one of the most prestigious world wine magazines.

Clos des Papes

Clos des Papes

History as long as it is important is that of Clos De Papes, which is located in the AOC Châteauneuf-du-pape area, in the southern Rhone valley. In fact, Paul Avril, who began selling his wines under the name of Clos de Papes in 1896, was also one of the figures around whom the Châteauneuf-du-pape appellation was born. With a tradition handed down from father to son, the company has distinguished itself in the region as one of the most prolific and still produces among the highest quality Châteauneuf-du-pape rouge. The vineyards extend over 34 hectares of property, in 24 separate plots, all in the municipality of the homonymous appellation: 4 hectares are destined for Close de Papes Blanc, while the rest are for the production of grapes such as Grenache, Syrah, Mourvèdre and other vines permitted by the specification. All the vineyards have been certified organic since 2011. The diversity of soils and vineyards are the strength and the distinctive feature of Châteauneuf-du-pape rouge, a wine and a brand that are now famous and appreciated all over the world.

Clos du Marquis

Clos Erasmus

Clos Haut-Peyraguey Premier Cru Classe

Clos La Madeleine Grand Cru Classe

Clos la Roquete

Clos Mogador

Clos Rougeard

Clos Saint Jean

Clos Saint-Martin Grand Cru Classe

Clos St Jean

Cloudy Bay

Cloudy Bay

Cloudy Bay was born in 1985 in the Wairau Valley, in the Marlborough region, in the extraordinary panorama of the far north of New Zealand. This region with a high wine vocation, thanks to the beneficial influence of the Pacific Ocean and the marine climate, is able to produce wines of great value and quality. This famous New Zealand winery is part of the large LVMH group, famous for the production of luxury goods. Cloudy Bay wines are fresh and refined, perfectly expressing the essence of Marlborough's unique terroir.

Clusel Roch

Cocchi

Cocchi di Cocconato d'Asti is a company specialized in the production of flavored wines, especially aperitifs and vermouth, which are particularly suitable for the preparation of cocktails, or polybibites, the name with which they were renamed by the Italian futurists. Giulio Cocchi, founder and creator of the original recipes with which all the products of the house are elaborated, underwent the futurist influences - as evidenced by the cockerel present on the label of his American Aperitif - which led him to a creative reinterpretation of classic recipes and methods of service.

Coche-Dury

Cocito

Coffele

The Coffele farm was born from a great passion for the land, for the vine and for the pursuit of excellence. Located in one of the most suitable crus of the Soave Classico area, in Veneto, the company adopts cultivation systems with the lowest possible environmental impact, to keep the peculiarities of the territory intact. Coffele's wines are created with the support of a long wine history and kept behind the ancient portal that houses the cellar dating back to 1600, located in the heart of Soave. In this place ancient traditions are combined with the vivacity and creativity of young people, giving life to wines with unmistakable and timeless aromas.

Col d'Orcia

Col d'Orcia

Located in Montalcino, in the province of Siena, Col d'Orcia is a historic winery in the area and the third largest producer of Brunello. The company has always attached great value to the environment in which it operates; for this reason, in 2010, the conversion process to organic farming began, so much so that Col d'Orcia has now become a real organic oasis in Montalcino and is the largest organic winery in all of Tuscany. The wines it produces are strongly linked to the territory and its culture, even if a strong focus is placed on research and innovation, as a means of keeping an important tradition alive. Each label created by Col d'Orcia contains the unique and recognizable character of the extraordinary Montalcino terroir.

Col Vetoraz

Col Vetoraz rises on the Veneto hill of the same name next to the “Mont” of Cartizze in S. Stefano di Valdobbiadene, on the top of the mountain, in an area bounded to the east by the locality Fol and to the west by Sacol. It was the Miotto family who founded the company in 1993, carrying on a tradition spanning over a century: the cultivation of Prosecco Superiore and Cartizze Superiore vines that have brought the company to the top of the world of Italian bubbles. The hills of Valdobbiadene are the undisputed homeland of these DOCGs, where the physico-chemical composition of the soil and the beneficial temperature variations of day and night make it possible to produce the most recognized and requested Charmat method sparkling wine in the world. “Preserve, respect and not alter”, these are the rules of Col Vetoraz's production philosophy.

Colinas de Sao Lourenco

Colla

Collemassari

Collemassari is now a well-known name in Italy and beyond, a synonym of quality and experience, deeply linked to the Tuscan territory and its extraordinary evolutions. The company, founded by the brothers Maria, Iris and Claudio Tipa, constitutes a real “domaine”, distributed over three estates: Il Castello di Collemassari since 1998 in the Montecucco area in Alta Maremma; the Grattamacco farm in Bolgheri since 2002; and, since 2011, the Poggio di Sotto farm, a true classic of Brunello di Montalcino. Supertuscans and award-winning wines make up the Collemassari line, which has distinguished itself over the years for the production of both the main grape of the region, Sangiovese - which finds maximum expression in the Brunello Poggio di Sotto and Montecucco DOC - and also in the typical varieties French present in the territory of Bolgheri. Grattamacco and Brunello Poggio di Sotto make up the two icons of Collemassari, collectible wines, which have received international appreciation from lovers and critics from all over the world.

Colleoni

Colli Vicentini

Founded in 1955 by 33 winemakers driven by a strong passion for the wine world, the Cantina Sociale dei Colli Vicentini is located near Montecchio Maggiore, in the heart of Veneto. The particular pedo-climatic characteristics of these areas, including the structure of the soil and exposure to the sun, guarantee the ideal conditions for growing grapes. Over the years, the company has evolved, in a constant commitment to research and experimentation, adopting modern control systems of the vineyards and the winemaking process, thus improving the management of the territory and at the same time raising the level qualitative of its productions.

Collines de L'If

Colognole

Located among the splendid Tuscan hills, in the province of Florence, the Colognole farm is a historic family-run business. The vineyards, owned by the Spalletti Trivelli family for generations, extend over the territory of Colognole and Poggio Reale. The wine production, from harvest to vinification, takes place entirely according to the canons of quality and tradition to which the Trivelli family is linked. The maximum commitment in continuous technical and enological evolution, combined with the desire to carry on a proud territorial tradition, give life to excellent wines with a strong personality.

Colosi

Colosi is one of the most important names among the producers of Salina, the small island of the Sicilian Aeolian archipelago, which can boast a millenary tradition in the field of viticulture. For over forty years Colosi has been cultivating wonderful vineyards overlooking the sea, in one of the most evocative settings in the whole Mediterranean. During the 1970s, Pietro Colosi gained experience working alongside Hauner, another great Salina winemaker, and created a winery with the desire to make known the excellence of the Salina area. Today the helm of the company is in the hands of the third generation, which continues to work with the same passion and the same love for the land. The estate covers about ten hectares located between Capo Faro and Porri, in a still wild environment, dominated by the shrubs of the spontaneous plants of the Mediterranean scrub. The vines are cultivated in small plots, on terraces supported by dry stone walls, suspended between the sea and the sky. The soils are of ancient volcanic origin, composed of sands and lava stones, very draining and rich in minerals. The conformation of the land forces to a heroic, tiring and expensive viticulture with almost exclusively manual workings in the vineyard. The plants are not irrigated and the vines are forced to go very deep to find water and overcome the periods of summer drought. The climate of Salina is, in fact, hot and dry, always very windy, ideal for growing healthy grapes with rich and intense aromas. Long summers and warm autumns are perfect for drying the grapes in the sun and making extraordinary sweet wines. Keeping faith with the most ancient traditions of the territory, Colosi has chosen to focus on the vines historically present on the island: first of all Malvasia and to follow corinto nero, nerello cappo, nerello mascalese, inzolia and catarratto. Malvasia is the identity vine of Salina. It was probably introduced in the Aeolian archipelago around 600 BC by the Greek colonizers and since then it has always been cultivated, both to make dry white wines and sweet wines from dried grapes. However, the tradition of Malvasia had almost disappeared and only after World War II some tenacious winemakers began to plant the vine again. In recent decades, thanks to a real renaissance of Sicilian wine, even the hectares of vineyards in Salina have increased and an ever-increasing number of producers have been committed to recovering the vine. Colosi is one of the wineries that has focused more on the enhancement of Malvasia and produces different versions, which enhance its best qualities. The Colosi labels are considered among the best on the island for their ability to return the most authentic scents and aromas of this wonderful corner of the Mediterranean.

Colpetrone

Colterenzio

Colterenzio is one of the oldest wineries in South Tyrol, with a tradition behind it dating back to the 1st century BC, preserved and nurtured by over 300 passionate winemakers who continue to pass on the values of authenticity and originality that characterize this valuable reality to this day South Tyrolean. The company owns vineyards in the best wine-growing areas of Oltradige and Bassa Atesina where the unique climate between the Mediterranean and the Alps and the optimal composition of the soil create a perfect combination to produce excellent quality wines, pure expression of the terroirs of origin.

Columbia Crest

Comm. G.B. Burlotto

Comte Armand

Concha y Toro

La Concha y Toro was born in 1883 in Santiago de Chile, in the heart of the extraordinary wine scene of Latin America. The winery was founded by Don Melchor de Santiago Concha y Toro, who proposed the enhancement of international vines from Bordeaux, such as Cabernet Sauvignon, Sauvignon Blanc and Semillon. The Concha y Toro estates are located in areas dedicated to the production of quality wines, with the aim of renewing the importance and oenological value of the main regions of Chile. Concha y Toro wines offer unique and high quality organoleptic sensations, bringing discovering the wonderful Chilean terroir.

Concilio

Contadi Castaldi

The Contadi Castaldi company takes its name from the ancient 'contadi' that is the counties of Franciacorta assigned to the management of the 'Castaldi', the lords who owned the control and took care of their maintenance. Today, in an ideal commitment to safeguard these lands and their products, Contadi Castaldi remains one of the most representative companies of Franciacorta. With respect to the knowledge of the territory, Contadi Castaldi proudly expresses a passion for climatic and geological details which, through zoning practices, are able to restore the peculiarities of the three vines used in the production of the precious Franciacorta: Chardonnay , Pinot Nero and Pinot Blanc thus dialogue in the construction of sparkling wines with a unique and passionate touch, merging peculiarities and ancient traditions with the most modern winemaking techniques. An example is also represented by the shape of the ideal bottle chosen for the Franciacortas: a bottle with a shorter neck and a wider radius of curvature that allows to dilate the contact surface of the yeasts and to express an intense and refined taste. A harmonious and evidently more marked result is due to the prolonged and widespread interaction of the yeasts. Compared to the production commitment, different methods of working the vineyards identifiable thanks to different geological peculiarities remain at the origin of the construction of the cuvées. To dominate all the varieties, Chardonnay is the grape capable of imparting elegance and freshness with a regular ripening and an excellent balancing effect. To all these practices is also added the conservative intervention with which Contadi Castaldi recovers authentic and solid roots with respect to the territory: the headquarters of the cellar renovated in the second half of the twentieth century on the foundations of the Biasca furnace that Vittorio Moretti decided to take over on the impulse of a strong family memory. The galleries that have been carefully recovered for the refinement of Franciacorta are about 7,000 square meters today. The Franciacorta Contadi Castaldi Franciacorta is such a special region for Italian viticulture that the Contadi Castaldi winery has chosen to contribute to its charm by enhancing its name and prestige through the creation of unique cuvées. Familiarization with Franciacorta has also involved the company in a careful study of the territory through zoning practices capable of respecting very different styles and pedoclimatic conditions from area to area. Since the second half of the last century, Contadi Castaldi has started an intervention process which has included, in addition to the restructuring of the Briasca furnace, aimed at the conservation of sparkling wines, the redefinition of the volume of the bottles used in the sparkling process with the aim of improving the contact surface with the yeasts during the second phase of refermentation. A conservative intervention that involved the establishment of various environments including a large space for events and the planning of tailor-made visits to the cellar to make these wonderful Franciacortas known and appreciated. What are the characteristics of the Contadi Castaldi Satèn? Among the main characteristics of the Contadi Castaldi Satèn we have the great freshness that emerges through distinct aromas and great cleanliness. Straw yellow in color and with a fine and persistent perlage, it offers notes of apple, white flowers, figs and bread crust to the nose. Great softness on the palate, it maintains great structure in the sip and a decidedly long finish. What are the characteristics of Franciacorta Contadi Castaldi Rosè? Contadi Castaldi Rosé has very pleasant characteristics capable of revealing the freshness and fullness of the fruit. The nose is dominated by notes of wild berries with some hints of tropical fruit, while great gustatory depth and excellent structure anticipate a pleasantly long finish.

Conte Collalto

It is a long tradition made of passion, it is the desire to build something for the family, it is the love for the land of origin and for life that has made the Collalto family important. For over 1000 years the name of the Collalto has been associated with the Treviso area and with one of its most precious and universal fruits: wine. Theirs is a story of an ancient and undisputed landed nobility, of an infinite respect for the land and its fruits, of determination and desire to work and improve. These are values that are renewed every day in the splendid Susegana estate, located on the bank of the Piave river. The Collalto family is an example to follow, it is the symbol of passionate farmers, attentive winemakers, guardians of the landscape and lovers of beauty and goodness.

Conte di Provaglio

Conte Emo Capodilista

The historic company of Count Giordano Emo Capodilista is located on the Montecchia hill, on the border of the Euganean Hills Regional Park. The proximity to this natural treasure has pushed the company to pursue a production philosophy aimed at natural viticulture, minimizing the treatments in the vineyard to better safeguard a terroir of unique value. For this environmental sustainability perspective, the company has chosen to implement different technological alternatives to deduce the work impact on nature. Appreciated all over the world and awarded by the most important wine guides, Capodilista wines today represent a source of pride for the Euganean hills.

Conte Vistarino

In the Pavia municipality of Rocca de 'Giorgi, around the spectacular nineteenth-century residence Villa Fornace, the 826 hectares of Conte Vistarino extend, one of the most prestigious winery exponents of Oltrepò Pavese viticulture and the greatest interpreter of Pinot Nero. variety was imported by Count Carlo Vistarino, from Burgundy, laying the foundations for a tradition linked to this vine that has continued up to the current generation represented by Ottavia Giorgi Vistarino. The size and conformation of the landscape have allowed an excellent zoning work aimed at enhancing the multiple expressions that the territory was able to offer, hence the choice of planting the different varieties in the most suitable plots to obtain wines faithful to the territory and enjoyable : Riesling, Bonarda, Croatina but above all Pinot Nero, the main constituent of the estate's wines, to which 140 ha and 3 crus are destined. Ottavia Giorgi Vistarino is leading an endless qualitative growth path

Conterno Fantino

The Conterno Fantino winery was born in the 1980s thanks to the passion for the wine world of the Fantino family, which for years has been handed down from generation to generation, from father to son. Conterno Fantino is one of the historical and well-known realities of the Langhe. The vineyards are grown under organic farming, with the utmost respect for the territory, without the use of substances harmful to the environment. Respect for the local wine tradition, ecological choice, aging in wood and long refinements are the values that constantly guide this extraordinary reality.

Conterno Fantino

Conti Bossi Fedrigotti

Conti Costanti

The Conti Costanti winery represents the winemaking tradition in the original Montalcino land of the Costanti, who cultivated vineyards in this area since the 7th century. In 1869 Tito Costanti was among the first producers who presented a first 5 year old wine, called Brunello, the first traces of the famous name "Brunello" for Montalcino wines. The winery has been managed with love and passion for generations; today it is led by Andrea Costanti, who continues the four-hundred-year wine tradition. Conti Costanti through the link with the territory and the improvement of its ancient family labels embodies the image of a historic Brunello di Montalcino cellar.

Conti Costanti

Conti Riccati

The Conti Riccati company is located in Castelfranco Veneto, in the heart of Veneto. Allowing itself to be guided by traditions and values that have been handed down for over 700 years, Conti Riccati deals with producing wine with passion, blending old and new, nobility and rurality. The cultivated lands have belonged to the Riccati family since 1300; the current owners are direct descendants and maintain the same respect and love for the land. Convinced that wine is first of all emotion, Conti Riccati aims to bring the territoriality and typicality of its region to Italy and the world, from Prosecco to Pinot Grigio, up to Pinot Noir.

Conti Thun

Conti Zecca

Conti Zecca is one of the most famous and important realities in Puglia. For over five centuries it has cultivated land in the countryside of Leverano. The estate is located in the heart of Salento, in the far south of the region. Born as a classic farm, in the early 1900s it was more specifically oriented towards viticulture, with the creation of a winemaking cellar. Faithful to the most ancient traditions, the Zecca Counts have embraced a philosophy devoted to enhancing the characteristics of Salento, trying to restore the Mediterranean atmosphere and warmth typical of this wonderful land in the glass. Thanks to careful work in the vineyard and careful vinification processes, today the Conti Zecca labels rank among the excellence of Apulian wines. The deep sense of belonging to the territory and the link with the ancient local customs, has oriented the choices in the vineyard towards the cultivation of the varieties that have been present in Salento for centuries, especially favoring the primitive Negroamaro, the black Malvasia, the White Malvasia and the Muscat White. However, there is no lack of vineyards of Fiano, Chardonnay, Vermentino, Aglianico and the inevitable Cabernet Sauvignon. The typically Mediterranean climate, always mitigated by the gentle breezes of the sea that surrounds the entire Salento peninsula, is perfect for the needs of the vine. Summers, hot and sunny, allow excellent ripening of the grapes with very rich aromatic profiles. The constant presence of the wind keeps the grapes always dry, with very little incidence of parasitic attacks and with the possibility of always bringing healthy grapes to the harvest. The soils are mainly clayey in nature, but in some areas there are soils of calcareous matrix and sandy components, or soils of red earth rich in pebbles. This variety of land within the estate allowed zoning work to be carried out, in order to cultivate each variety in the most suitable place. The property is divided into four estates: Cantalupi, Donna Marzia, Santo Stefano and Saraceno, each characterized by unique and particular pedoclimatic conditions. In this way, each vine always expresses itself on the best quality levels, providing wines of absolute excellence. Conti Zecca has divided its production into different lines, in order to offer a wide and diversified range of wines, which can meet the tastes of all consumers. The Conti Zecca catalog ranges from the simplest and most everyday bottles, to the most typical expressions of the main Apulian grape varieties in purity and to the most internationally inspired blends, up to the most prestigious labels, which have now become true ambassadors of the wonderful and fascinating land of Salento.

Continuum

Contratto

Coppi

It all began with a dream: that of Antonio Coppi, an Apulian oenologist, animated by the desire to bring back the wine production of his region, which was heavily mistreated at the time. Putting ourselves body and soul and letting itself be inspired by nature itself, by the freshness of the coast wind and by the warmth of the southern sun, Casa Vinicola Coppi has embarked on a path of rediscovery and enhancement of the native vines, Primitivo, Negroamaro and Aleatico, from which to extract the best perfumes. Passion, constant commitment and innovation, combined with a far-sighted vision have allowed the Apulian company to reach important goals, becoming known all over the world.

Coppo

Founded in 1892 in the Piedmontese municipality of Canelli, the Coppo winery is today one of the oldest wineries in Italy. The origins of the company are linked to the figure of Piero Coppo, founder of the family, founder of the company and husband of Clelia Pennone, heir to the ancient cellars of the family company of the same name, who allows her husband to expand the Canelli cellar, merging the two structures. It is 1913 and Coppo becomes the owner of the famous "Underground Cathedrals", so called to be dug into the tuff underground and for the barrel-vaulted characteristics that recall those of the churches, recognized in 2014 as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The company, today entrusted to the fourth generation of the family, with Massimiliano and Luigi, boasts the production of the most typical red wines of Piedmont.

Coquard Loison Fleurot

Coral Reef

Coravin

Cordella

Cordero di Montezemolo

Cordero di Montezemolo, with its Monfalletto estate, has over six centuries of history, belonged to the noble Falletti family and now owned by Giovanni Cordero di Montezemolo and his family. The winery is located in the fabulous terroir of the Langhe, in the center of the lands of Barolo, known for the production of the wines that have made Piedmont famous all over the world. Continuous research and experimentation with modern winemaking techniques, respect for the environment and the biodiversity of the territory are the values that constantly guide this reality. Cordero di Montezemolo wines over the years have been exported and appreciated all over the world, perfectly representing the reality of the Barolo area.

Cordero di Montezemolo

Cormòns

The Cantina Produttori Cormòns was born at the end of the sixties, from the meeting of some Cormonese winemakers wishing to lead the winemaking tradition of Friuli Venezia Giulia towards the future. Today Cormòns includes more than 120 families of winemakers who continue to produce wine while respecting and enhancing the territory. Under the sign of encounter and harmony, the Cormòns producer members have conceived a production philosophy attentive to environmental sustainability and the value of quality. Cormòns wines are produced following the production regulations of different denominations of origin: Collio DOC , Friuli DOC , Friuli Isonzo DOC and Friuli Colli Orientali DOC . Collio DOC wines are produced in the Collio area, a crescent-shaped area that extends from Gorizia to Dolegna and is bordered to the north by the border with Slovenia. The heart of the Collio is Cormòns, considered the capital of Friulian wine. Collio wines have been appreciated since the Middle Ages, when they were tasted in the most important courts of Europe: in Vienna, Moscow and England. The land of the Collio area is called Flysch, it is characterized by the presence of sandstone, marl, limestone, potassium and phosphorus, elements that make it crumbling and that have allowed the development of a real terraced viticulture, which today characterizes the Collio landscape. The production area that falls within the DOC Friuli extends, on the other hand, over the entire territory of Friuli Venezia Giulia, while the area where the Friuli Isonzo DOC wines are produced is a fertile plain crossed by the Isonzo river, which originates in the Julian Alps. and flows to the sea of Grado. Here high quality white and red wines are produced. As for the Friuli Colli Orientali DOC denomination, the production area is identified with a strip of land belonging to the province of Udine, with a millenary winemaking tradition and with the city of Cividale in the center, with a historic and glorious past. The soils of this area are characterized by marl and sandstone, essential for an excellent development of the vine, thanks to the high presence of limestone, potassium and phosphorus. On Vino.com you will find the best selection of Cormòns wine. Cormons White Wine Cantina Produttori Cormòns produces different types of white wine. Friuli Venezia Giulia is a favorite land for the production of elegant and sophisticated whites, which, according to the cultivation and production area, fall within the different denominations of origin of the region. On Vino.com you will find the best selection of Cormòns white wine, from the silky Sauvignon Friuli DOC, to the enveloping Chardonnay Friuli DOC, passing through the lively Ribolla Gialla Collio DOC and the soft Friuliano Collio DOC. You are spoiled for choice, on Vino.com you will undoubtedly find the perfect Cormòns white wine for your tastes. What are the characteristics of Prosecco Cormons? The Cormòns members produce 4 types of Prosecco : Prosecco Brut Cormons DOC, produced with Glera grapes and sparkling with the Charmat method; Prosecco Brut DOCG, also produced with Glera grapes and sparkling with the Charmat method; the sparkling Prosecco and finally the Extra Dry Prosecco, obtained from Glera grapes and sparkling with the Charmat method. Cormòns prosecco wines are characterized by their pale straw yellow color, fine and persistent perlage, fresh, savory and harmonious notes. What are the characteristics of Cormons Pinot Grigio? Pinot Grigio Cormòns belongs to the Friuli DOC designation of origin. It is characterized by a straw yellow color with coppery reflections and fruity notes of banana and acacia honey. On the palate it is soft and delicate, with velvety notes of hazelnut. It is perfect to combine with cured meats, appetizers and fried fish. It also goes well with gnocchi, delicate risottos and white meats. What are the characteristics of the Collio DOC Cormons wine? The wines with the Collio DOC denomination come from grapes grown strictly in the Collio production area and can be both white and red. Collio DOC white wines are characterized by a straw yellow color, fruity and intense aromas and a soft and almondy palate. Among the white wines Cormòns Collio DOC, on Vino.com you can find the Collio Bianco DOC, produced with the native Friulano , Malvasia Istriana and Ribolla Gialla grapes. It is a golden yellow, limpid and crystalline blend, which is characterized by hints of wildflowers, pineapple notes and a dry and silky taste, light and elegantly tannic. It is a very popular white wine for its pleasant spicy sensations and is perfect to accompany fish and fried seafood appetizers. Thanks to its fresh and pleasant style it is perfect for fish dishes such as mullet, pasta and grilled fish. In addition to the Collio Bianco DOC, on Vino.com you can find a wide selection of Cormòns Collio DOC wines: Ribolla Gialla, Pinot Grigio , Friulano, Sauvignon , Chardonnay and Pinot Bianco . Discover the Collio DOC that suits you best!

Corte alle Stelle

Corte alle Stelle is a poetic tribute to the nocturnal vault of the sky that can be admired from the vineyards of Franciacorta, dotted with rows of stars that draw the constellations in a romantic and enchanted atmosphere: from Cancer to Capricorn, from Sagittarius to Aquarius, these fantastic projections tell the human and ancestral desire for elevation, the escape to be able to look at the world from the celestial vault. With the persuasive aromatic charge and intriguing perlage, the Franciacortas of Corte alle Stelle bring the wine back to its highest glories, rediscovering the symbols of momentum and escape, but also recollection and intimacy. All in a passionate and reserved form, the same that only an authentic wine transforms into a silent dialogue with what is above, very above.

Corte Sant Alda

Cos d'Estournel 2eme Cru Classe

Cottanera

The Cottanera winery is located in the municipal area of Castiglione di Sicilia, on the north side of Etna. This is the historically most suitable area of the volcano, especially for the cultivation of red berried grapes: nerello mascalese and nerello cappuccino. Since 1960 Cottanera has been present in these unique lands in the world, characterized by strong contrasts and extreme conditions for viticulture. Etna is a volcano of over 3,350 meters, located in the heart of the Mediterranean, surrounded by the sea. The hot and dry climate of the coast becomes more and more cool and breezy as you go up to altitude. The vines are cultivated up to an altitude of about 1200 meters above sea level. It is a true mountain viticulture, practiced at the edge of the sea. The climate is characterized by considerable temperature variations between the hottest hours of the day and the cold nights. A condition that favors a particularly slow ripening of the grapes, with aromatic profiles rich in perfumes and with very intense aromas. Sunny and mild autumns are ideal for bringing perfectly healthy late-ripening grapes to the harvest. In addition to particularly favorable and unique climatic conditions in the world, the Etna area is characterized by soils deriving from the disintegration of lava skiing from various eras, composed of volcanic rocks, sands and lapilli. These are loose soils, very draining and particularly rich in minerals. In the older vineyards, the vines are grown according to the ancient Greek sapling system, while they are often espalier in the more modern systems. The steep slopes on the side of the mountain force the use of terraces with dry retaining walls. The landscape of the Cottanera vineyards is fascinating. The vineyards are located in the Castiglione di Sicilia area and are divided into various parcels, some in Contrada Cottanera and Diciassettesalme, at about 700 meters above sea level, others in Contrada Calderara at almost 800 meters, some in Contrada Feudo di Half at 750 meters and finally in Contrada Zottorinoto between 750 and 800 meters, which is a real spearhead of the winery. The Cottanera vineyards are managed with artisanal care, respecting a particular territory, which is located within a naturalistic context that is still intact and characterized by a rich environmental biodiversity. All harvesting operations are carried out manually, with selection of the best bunches in the vineyard, in order to safeguard the quality of the grapes. This is how labels are born that express the peculiar character of the individual districts, bringing all the smallest nuances of the Etna terroir into the glass.

Cottini

Courcel

Craigellachie

Crane Lake

Croix

Cuilleron

Cupano

Cusumano

The Cusumano company represents one of the most important wineries of the whole Sicilian island, as well as one of the most beautiful Italian wine companies. With its 500 hectares of land scattered in the main regions of Sicily - from Ficuzza to San Giacomo, up to Pachino -, Cusumano re-proposes the native vines of the island with a unique elegance, enhancing the territory and the culture of a very important tradition. The love for the Sicilian territory is proposed with quality and skill in bottles with a modern and essential design: incredibly pleasant red and white wines with enormous potential.

CVNE

Cœur de Lion

D'Araprì

The Araprì winery was born in 1979 from the common passion of three friends for wine and the native vines of the Tavoliere, in the heart of the Capitanata di Puglia. A land with a great wine vocation, which thanks to its composition, exposure and climate, allows the cultivation of high quality grapes. D'Araprì is the only Apulian reality that exclusively produces sparkling wines with the Champenoise method, also called Classico. Artisan tradition, careful attention to all stages of production and classic fermentation are the fundamental principles that have contributed to creating the appreciated and renowned production of Araprì sparkling wines.

D'Arenberg

D'Esclans

D. E. Williams

Dal Cero

Cantina Dal Cero is owned by the family of the same name, which has been producing wine for over three generations following all its production processes, from the vine to bottling. Great respect for tradition is the principle that has always guided the company, and is now accompanied by a continuous search for the maximum expression of the territory. The production of Dal Cero extends over two estates: Tenuta Montecchiesi, located in Tuscany, and Tenuta Corte di Giacobbe, located in Veneto. The cellars of the estates, both recently renovated, are equipped with the most modern technologies, necessary to guarantee the production of excellent wines of great quality.

Dal Forno Romano

Dal Moro

Dal Moro wines represent an exciting journey from the first sip, a composite and rich itinerary that allows you to discover the great classics of the Italian winemaking tradition. These wines come from the most suitable areas of Valpolicella and Lake Garda where viticulture has always enjoyed the favors of the climate with the Alps and the Po river delimiting this vast area. Dal Moro chooses to follow this tradition with Amarone, the real flagship of the entire range and pure expression of the territory already in the blend, with the indigenous vines of the appellation such as Corvina, but also the result of a skilful processing: the grapes they are harvested before full ripeness and left to dry to develop sugars and aromas. A specialty that is also found in Valpolicella Ripasso, which uses the skins of Amarone to enrich a Valpolicella base with tannins, color and aromatic charge. Also unmissable is Lugana enriched in aromatic terms by the large temperature ranges of the Lake Garda area and which benefits from the cool currents coming from the large water basin. This is the variety reproduced in our selection to make you savor the quintessence of pleasure in a Chic & Cheap form.

Dalla Cia

Dalmore

Damijan Podversic

Damijan Podversic produces wines in the fascinating setting of Friuli Venezia Giulia, in vineyards located on the slopes of Monte Calvario, just outside Gorizia. At the age of forty, Damijan has already gained a great deal of experience, taking care of the family vineyards from an early age and learning everything there is to know about wine from his only teacher, Josko Gravner. In its land it cultivates the vine in organic farming, with great attention to the health and balance of the plants, to obtain healthy and tasteful grapes. Its wines, created following the natural winemaking techniques learned from master Josko, are unique and surprising, great expressions of the territory in which they come to life.

Damilano

DAOU

Darviot Perrin

David Duband

David Leclapart

De Bortoli

De Kuyper

De Kuyper Royal Distillers is the leading producer of cocktail liqueurs. Founded in 1695 as a family business, it took its first steps in Dutch gin production with a cooperative headed by Petrus de Kuyper in Horst. In the following years it saw a significant structural expansion, with the opening of a distillery in Schiedam and another in Rotterdam, allowing the family to quickly become the largest distillers in the city. The business continued to expand, with exports to the UK and Canada, to the size of a global company led by Mark de Witte, who leads the 11th generation. De Kuyper liqueurs and spirits for cocktails are the result of great expertise, carefully selected ingredients and controlled processes. The Master Distiller is constantly enriching the range of new flavors and products, created from berries and fruit, seeds, flowers and roots. Some examples are Crème de Menthe, Cherry Brandy and Lychee “Kwai Feh”. There is obviously no lack of mixology classics such as Triple Sec, Curaçao and Apricot Brandy.

de Ladoucette

de Montille

De Saint Gall

Brand born in 1972, De Saint Gall includes 1860 families of winemakers who represent a vast territory used for wine production, most of which are classified as Grand Cru. A very large area of vines of high prestige, heritage of one of the largest productive realities in Champagne. This unique richness guarantees high quality thanks to a modern cellar in which the selected grapes of individual plots are vinified which will then make up the vintage and the cuvée de prestige signed by De Saint-Gall.

de Saint-Gall

De Sousa

De Sousa

De Telmont

De Venoge

Dead Man's Fingers

Del Maguey

Delamotte

Delas

Delas Frères

Born in 1835, Delas Frères is an essential name of the Rhone Valley. After an initial phase that was not very favorable, an important phase of rebirth followed thanks to the work carried out by Michel Delas, the third generation of the Delas family, around 1966, who gained an excellent reputation in the entire region which determined a phase of expansion of the vineyards. In 1977 the winery merged into a company together with Deutz, one of the most important Champagne houses. Twenty years later, both were absorbed by the Roederer group which helped to keep the Delas Frères name high and perpetuate its success. The fame of Delas Frères was further consolidated under the guidance of Fabrice Rosset, who summoned Jacques Grange to take care of the technical direction of the vineyard and the production of wines, with which the qualitative potential of this Rhodanese reality was given new life, thanks to the contribution of significant innovations and to the vision of Jacques who made his own the philosophy of valorization of the single terroirs that characterizes Delas Frères. Hence the decision to adopt dedicated cultivation practices for each plot, to replace the large steel tanks with small concrete tanks to allow a separate terroir by terroir vinification, to buy barrels for aging only from trusted coopers so that the scents of oak never overwhelmed the characteristics of the wine, and all the attention paid to the transport phases - which take place solely by gravity - and to oxygenation to leave intact the diversity and unique character of each soil and each microclimate.

Demonge

Denis Bachelet

Descendientes de Jose Palacios

Descendientes de Jose Palacios

Dettori

Deutz

Maison Deutz produces its champagnes with grapes from some of the most prestigious villages of Aÿ and Côtes de Blancs, from vineyards classified exclusively as Grand Cru and 1er Cru. Thus was born a very wide range of sophisticated Champagne of pleasure and at the same time highly drinkable that refine for a long time inside the cellars dug into the plaster 30 meters deep, acquiring an unparalleled elegance and refinement. Former member of the Syndicate of the Great Brands since its foundation, Deutz experienced an increase in the quality level in 1966, when Louis Roederer became the first shareholder of the Maison, who carried out a project of modernization of production technologies but without affecting in the least, indeed consolidating, the style that makes Deutz one of the best known champagne houses among aficionados.

Deveron

di Biserno

Di Lenardo

The Di Lenardo farm produces quality wines from grapes grown from its own vineyards located in Ontagnano, in the province of Udine, in the heart of Friuli Venezia Giulia, supported by a family tradition dating back to the early nineteenth century. The company philosophy is to underline and emphasize the fruity aroma and taste of the grapes and their acidity, without masking them with the aromas deriving from aging in cask. Grapes harvested strictly by hand, refined methods of vinification and technologically advanced systems allow Di Lenardo to create immediately recognizable wines with a unique taste.

Di Majo Norante

The Di Majo Norante farm was born in 1800 north of the Gargano in the Ramitello district, in the countryside of Campomarino, in the heart of Molise. This winery is one of the most significant names in the Southern wine scene. The dedication to organic vine cultivation, the adoption of modern technologies, the passion for research and experimentation are the fundamental principles that guide the company. Di Majo Norante wines, thanks to its flavors rich in personality of ancient peasant cultures, reveal the great potential of the Molise terroir.

DiamAndes

Dictador

Didier Dagueneau

Diego Morra

Diemersdal

Dievole

Dievole has been present for a thousand years in the historic Chianti Classico production area and has experienced the evolution of the Tuscan winemaking tradition. In these places the typical native varieties are grown, starting with the king of Chianti, Sangiovese, of which the company aims to preserve its identity and enhance them as much as possible. In this incredible terroir, the vineyards of the estate are divided into 16 plots such as the 16 farms in which the property was divided and each of these is characterized by different pedoclimatic conditions that give life to a range of wines that constitute a "precious mosaic of nuances ". Dievole produces wines famous all over the world for their qualitative excellence.

Diplomatico

Diplomatico is one of the most prestigious spirits brands in Venezuela, and has always been an independent, family-run brand that controls the entire production chain from the field to the bottle, with sustainable production practices, to create rum of superb quality. The company's best known rums are the Diplomatico Ambassador, aged for 12 years in ex Sherry white oak barrels and the Rum Diplomático Mantuano produced at the foot of the Andedas, a blend of rums distilled in column stills and pot stills. Also noteworthy are the Rums of the prestigious Distillery Collection line, which presents individually and in a limited edition the rums that make up the famous Rum Diplomático, such as n ° 3 or Pot Still, which is the most classic and rare expression, made with an alembic in copper with a discontinuous method on a par with some Scottish whiskeys. Diplomatico: a range of Rums for all tastes Diplomatico includes three different lines of Rum, able to satisfy the most demanding palates: the Tradition Range line, the Prestige Range line and finally the Distillery Collection. The Tradition Range line is the result of an exclusive rum production style, which combines traditional distillation methods with the expertise of the Roneri masters, for versatile rums rich in character. The Prestige Range line allows you to discover the essence of Diplomático rums, thanks to precious spirits created from the most exclusive reserves and produced in limited quantities, ideal for the most demanding palates. Even more precious and limited is the production of the Rum Distillery Collection which represent the best of the Diplomatico distillery. Diplomatic Rum: 100% sustainable Respect and protection of the environment have always been one of the main objectives for the Diplomatico family distillery, which is why from the beginning a system was established to manage by-products, recycle waste and optimize resources. A virtuous production that aims to enhance quality and authenticity, taking care of collaborators and the local community and protecting the environment with sustainable production practices. This is why Diplomatico spirits, in addition to being famous for their undisputed quality, are above all sustainable. How many degrees does Diplomatic Rum go? Diplomatic distillates usually have an alcohol content of around 40 ° for Diplomatic Rum as well as for Reserva Exclusiva, Mantuano, Single Vintage. The spirits of the exclusive Distillery Collection line, which include the N ° 1 Batch Kettle, the N ° 2 Barbet Rum, and the N ° 3 Pot Still Rum, on the other hand, are close to 50 °.

Distillerie Franciacorta

Disznóko

Disznókö is an ancient and prestigious Hungarian winery belonging to the French Axa Millesimes group, which produces one of the most famous wines in the area. The variety of grape mainly cultivated by the company is Furmint, a native vine from which the most famous wine of the area is created: Tokaj, also produced in the sweet variant, from dried grapes, or Tokaj Aszú. mild summers, the climate of Disznóko is the perfect prerequisite for the development of the noble rot Botryris Cinerea, which attacks the Furmint grapes, thanks to the temperature range and the dense morning fog. Disznókö is a brand now known to critics and experts from all over the world, recognized internationally.

Dolceriva

Instead of water, the sun is smoothing the shore. But the shore we are talking about is something different from the marine or river shore and in an area where the slope reigns, the importance of solar radiation, which is so beneficial to the vine, could not go unnoticed. Dolceriva wants to remember in the name the gradual progression of the 'banks' which in Venetian dialect symbolize "a small plot of land or a vineyard arranged on the hillside". Gentle slopes for the development of Glera grapes, which ripen in perfect conditions and retain intense and disturbing aromatic charges for sparkling wines suitable for our 'dolce vita'. Dolceriva is all this, a continuous reference to the spectacular landscape configuration that feeds this vine every day, which vibrates aromas and flavors, which conveys the sense of belonging to a land and its habits. But, at the same time, it is a hymn to life, to the 'dolce vita', a synthesis of lightheartedness that only a versatile sparkling wine could hold back. Ideal companion for refined dinners in which particular attention should be reserved for the shape or special friend to woo fun in the name of digression and lightheartedness.

Dom Perignon

Dom Pérignon

Dom Pérignon Champagne is perhaps the most famous Champagne produced and consumed by enthusiasts over time. The name Dom Pérignon is undoubtedly linked to a recent history and to the happy intuition of Robert-Jean de Vogüé who in 1936 decided to make Moët & Chandon reserve wines using old vintages. All the Champagnes Dom Perignon are vintage, i.e. made from grapes from the same vintage. Part of the current history of Champagne Dom Perignon depends on the culture of sparkling wine developed in the seventeenth century by Pierre Pérignon, the cellérier of the abbey of Saint-Pierre d'Hautvillers who first understood the importance of caring for the vineyards and who was in charge of controlling production by obtaining low yields and experimenting with the first assemblies. Only after 1829 the remains of the Abbey were taken into custody by the partners Pierre-Gabriel Chandon and Jean-Rémy Moët who decided to preserve what was left of that prestigious place and restart the winemaking business. It was necessary to wait until 1936 and the figure of Robert-Jean de Vogüé, president of Moët, before bottling the cuvée de prestige dated 1921 to form the first official Dom Pérignon. With the presence of Richard Geoffroy, the production philosophy of the Maison will further change, once again focused on the constant surpassing of the highest levels of exclusivity, rarity and excellence. To make this uniqueness contribute several factors that include the use of the best Grand Cru grapes, the inclusion of a minimum percentage of Pinot Noir, the use of Chardonnay and the exclusion of Pinot Meunier. The dominant idea in Dom Pérignon consists in the constant search for momentum due to lack of stability, that is, in the search for surmountable and non-definitive flavors that can always translate resourcefulness and impetus. No less important is the fact that the Dom Pérignon put on the market must guarantee a potential aging of at least 30 years. Like all Champagnes, also Dom Pérignon, present in the Vintage, Plénitude Deuxième and Rosé versions, is the result of an assembly of two base wines made from Chardonnay and Pinot Noir grapes which, put to ferment a second time in the bottle, reach the level of froth before meeting the dosage phase. Important for the high quality of Dom Pérignon are factors such as the long stay in contact with the yeasts, the very high quality of the grapes, a perfect acidity and aromatic complexity such as to guarantee long-lived wines of extreme finesse. Our Vino.com online wine shop will also be available for an excellent Vintage 2010 Dom Pérignon defined by the Maison as 'the result of intuition and mastery' given the difficult vintage. You will also be able to surprise yourself with the creamy and bold Plénitude Deuxième 2002 Dom Pérignon, perfect for an unforgettable dinner. Do not forget the masterful and daring Rosé AOC Vintage 2006, well defined by the power of Pinot Noir with its salty texture and vibrant flavor. Why buy Dom Pérignon online Buying Dom Perignon online at Vino.com is a significant experience as it allows you to compare types and vintages and choose, especially thanks to the use of detailed descriptive cards, the bottle that best matches your needs. Buying Dom Pérignon online also means relying on the care with which the bottles have been stored to maintain the highest quality, avoiding possible thermal changes. What is Dom Pérignon Luminous Champagne? Dom Pérignon Luminous Champagne is a limited edition of the prestigious Dom Pérignon Champagne designed to have a label capable of lighting up with different intensities. The duration of the luminescence of Dom Pérignon Luminous at maximum intensity is about three hours, while with average intensity it reaches nine. When will Dom Pérignon 2011 be available? The date of introduction on the market of the Dom Pérignon 2011 is not yet declared even if it is possible to estimate that, after the canonical eight years of aging, this Champagne will soon be available. What is the price of a 1921 Dom Pérignon? It is difficult to know the price of a 1921 Dom Pérignon, currently the first Millesimato to consecrate the name and fame of subsequent Dom Pérignon editions. In fact, the birth of this prestige cuvée dates back to 1936 thanks to the use of 1921 reserve wines from the Moët house which were assembled in a cuvée de prestige to create the first Dom Pérignon. This vintage is considered exceptional for the low yields and the consequent level of quality as well as for the historicity that distinguishes it.

Domaine A. Clape

Domaine Albert Bichot

Domaine Andre Gagey

Domaine André Vatan

Vignerons for 4 generations, the Vatan family have owned 12 hectares of vineyards near Sancerre, the easternmost area of the Loire Valley, the kingdom of Sauvignon Blanc. The vines have an average age of 25 years and grow on soils of different nature (calcareous - siliceous - marly) favoring a greater complexity of the wine.

Domaine Anne Gros

Domaine Anne-Francoise Gros

Domaine Antonin Guyon

Domaine Arlaud

Domaine Arlaud

Domaine Aubert et Pamela Villaine

Domaine Bachey Legros

Domaine Bart

Domaine Belle

Domaine Belle

Domaine Bellene

Domaine Bernard Bonin

Domaine Bertagna

Domaine Bertagna

Domaine Berthaut-Gerbet

Domaine Billaud-Simon

Domaine Bonneau du Martray

Domaine Bouchard Pere et Fils

Domaine Bourgogne Devaux

Domaine Bruno Clair

Domaine Bruno Clavelier

Domaine Cachat-Ocquidant

Domaine Castagnier

Domaine Chandon de Briailles

Domaine Chatelain

Domaine Chavy-Chouet

Domaine Chevrot

Domaine Coche-Dury

Domaine Coffinet-Duvernay

Domaine Comte Georges de Vogue

Domaine Confuron Cotetidot

Domaine Coquard Loison Fleurot

Domaine d'Aurensan

Domaine d'Eugenie

Domaine Daniel Rion & Fils

Domaine de Bellene

Domaine de Bila-Haut

Domaine de Chassorney

Domaine de Chaude Ecuelle

The Domaine de Chaude Ecuelle is a company located in Chemilly-sur-Serein, near Auxerre, in the heart of the prestigious and splendid area of Chablis, The Vilain family has been leading this company for generations, who cultivate their vineyards in Chablisien with passion and extreme care. The main grape on which the Domaine de Chaude Ecuelle is based is obviously Chardonnay, which, in these places, undoubtedly finds one of its highest qualitative expressions, representing the basis of all the wines produced in this region.

Domaine de Chevalier

Domaine de l'Arlot

Domaine de l'Ecu

Located in the village of Le Landreau, in the Loire Valley, Domaine de l'Ecu is a winemaking reality with a strongly biodynamic creed, whose deepest desire is to make wines without any interference in the bond that unites each label with its terroir of origin. Hence the choice of maturation in amphora, an onerous and difficult method of aging but which brings unparalleled results in terms of purity and expressiveness of the fruit. The founder, oenologist Guy Bossard, has built up his reputation as a master of Muscadet over time for his ability to produce great natural wines based on Melon de Bourgogne grapes within the prestigious Muscadet-Sévre-et-Maine appellation. Today his technical knowledge and the teachings gained thanks to his undeniable experience are preserved in his heir: Fred Niger von Herck. Wines come to light that have authentic characteristics of minerality and freshness in their strings, recognized by the greatest restaurants in the world, such as the Danish Noma or the Bernardin of New York.

Domaine de l'Ecu

Domaine de la Janasse

Domaine de la Romanée-Conti

The Domaine de la Romanée-Conti, also abbreviated as DRC, can be considered to all intents and purposes the temple of wine, from which legendary and unattainable Pinot Noir and the immense Chardonnay aged in Montrachet wood come to life. An international icon of Burgundy, its vineyards extend for 25 ha around the village of Vosne-Romanée, in the wonderful setting of the Côte d'Or. Its origin dates back to 1451, the year in which the Croonembourg family bought the small and first vineyard of the estate, Cros de Clou, from the monks of the Abbey of Saint-Vivant, then renamed in Romanée because it belonged in the past to the Prefect of Rome. The second part of the name, -Conti, was added in honor of the famous owner of 1760, Prince Louis-François Bourbon de Conti, who won the vineyard following his dispute with Madame de Pompadour at the court of Louis XV. With the transfer of ownership to the Duvault-Blochet family, in 1870, the boundaries of the domaine were expanded, with the parcels of Échezeaux, Grands-Échezeaux, La Tâche and Richebourg. By acquiring, with the De Villaine descendants, also the parcel of Romanée-Saint Vivant. With the annexation of the first plots of Montrachet, the range of 7 Grand Crus is completed, making up a separate appellation, from which the 7 main wines of Domaine de la Romanée-Conti, each bearing the unique characteristics of each climat but having an uncommon elegance as a common denominator. These are excellent wines, wrapped in an aura of mystery and charm, but which owe their success in part to some favorable factors such as: the minimum extension of the vineyards, of maximum 6 hectares, and therefore the consequent scarcity of these wines, the advanced age of the vines of 44 years on average, the very low yields, the obsessive care both in the vineyard and in the vinification phase in which the transfer of the masses takes place exclusively by gravity and the refinement is carried out only in new oak barrels of Tronçais, built specifically for the Romanée-Conti cellars. These great Burgundy labels become even more expressive and refined with the conversion to biodynamic in 1996, with a consequent reduction in yields from 25 to 18 hectoliters per hectare, an absolute record among the Burgundy Grand Crus, whose yield is generally around to 35 hectoliters per hectare. Respect for nature is one of the cornerstones of the domaine's production philosophy. They are rare wines with this concentration, this structure, this persistence and balance.

Domaine de la Romanee-Conti

Domaine de la Ville de Colmar

Domaine de la Vougeraie

Domaine de Marcoux

Domaine de Montille

Domaine de Vauroux

Domaine Delaporte

Domaine Denis Bachelet

Domaine Denis Mortet

Domaine des Comtes Lafon

Domaine des Lambrays

Domaine des Lambrays

Domaine des Perdrix

Domaine des Remizieres

Domaine des Roches Neuves

Domaine des Tourelles

Domaine des Varoilles

Domaine Didier Dagueneau

Domaine Droin Jean-Paul & Benoit

The Droin family is one of the oldest in Chablis and has always been involved in viticulture. They own numerous plots on different AOCs and most of the 25 hectares of vineyards are classified as Grand Cru and Premier Cru. Today the company is led by Benoit who represents the fourteenth generation. The winemaking style is extremely careful to express the uniqueness of the terroir of the single vineyard and vintage.

Domaine Drouhin Laroze

Domaine du Tunnel

Domaine Dublere

Domaine Dujac

Domaine Duroche

Domaine Faiveley

Wine estate in the Côte d'Or where the Faiveley family has been operating for 7 generations producing some of the best labels in Burgundy, Domaine Faiveley was born from the foresight of the founder Pierre, who bought the first vineyards owned in the municipality of Nuit-Saint-Georges in 1825. Today Domaine Faiveley is also one of the largest domaines, distributed along a territory that includes prestigious grand cru and premier cru vineyards, including the legendary closes Clos de L'Ecu and Corton Clos des Cortons Faiveley, from which they originate priceless Pinot Noir wines, or the Clos des Issarts, of which portentous white wines made from Chardonnay grapes are remembered. Like haute couture clothes, the wines of the domaine are made with a highly artisanal approach made of extreme care and precision. Through rational and sustainable practices, an environmentally friendly viticulture is promoted but also the most authentic reproduction of each terroir and vintage. Only the best grapes are selected and reach the fermentation vats, deposited there solely by gravity. They are accompanied in all stages of vinification and return wines with a remarkable aging capacity whose potential is distinctly expressed from youth, endowed with power, elegance and finesse.

Domaine Faiveley

Domaine Fontaine-Gagnard

Domaine Fontaine-Gagnard

Domaine Fougeray Beauclair

Domaine Fourrier

Domaine Francois Bertheau

Domaine Francois Lamarche

Domaine Francois Raveneau

Domaine Frantz Chagnoleau

Domaine Genot-Boulanger

Domaine Georges Jayer

Domaine Georges Mugneret Gibourg

Domaine Georges Roumier

Domaine Gerard Julien & Fils

Domaine Glantenay

Domaine Guiberteau

Domaine Henri Boillot

Domaine Henri Gouges

Domaine Henri Magnien

Domaine Heresztyn-Mazzini

Domaine Hudelot-Baillet

Domaine Huet

Domaine Humbert Freres

Domaine Isabel Ferrando

Domaine Jacques Prieur

Domaine Jacques Prieur

Domaine Jamet

Domaine Jean Grivot

Domaine Jean Louis Chave

Domaine Jean Tardy

Domaine Jean-Jacques Confuron

Domaine Jean-Marc Bouley

Domaine Joseph Voillot

Domaine Laroche

Domaine Latour Giraud

Domaine Leflaive

Domaine Leflaive

Domaine Leflaive is a historic brand of the great wines of Burgundy. For centuries he has cultivated vines in some of the most prestigious areas of the Côte d'Or. The origins of the Domaine date back to the late nineteenth century, when Joseph Leflaive married Camille Biétrix du Villars and decided to leave his career as an engineer to devote himself to the family vineyards in Puligny Montrachet. The period was particularly difficult. The European vineyard had had to face the terrible period of phylloxera, the small insect arrived from America, which had devastated the vines by attacking the roots of the plants. The ancient heritage of the vineyards had been almost completely destroyed and all the systems had to be redone. In these years Leflaive sold its wines to the main traders of the region. From 1920 onwards, he patiently began to create new vineyards to give the family estate a future. Thanks to the collaboration of his friend François Virot, Laflaive begins to select the new grafts made from American vines, choosing those most suitable for the composition of the soil and the climate of Burgundy. After a few years, he began to bottle the wine and sell it with his own label to a private clientele, at a time when all the vignerons of Puligny still sold the grapes to the shopkeepers of Mersault and Beaune. The Domaine continued its modernization process and towards the end of the 1970s, the winemaking systems were renovated and the cellar spaces were enlarged. The new project has taken into account sustainability, with the use of thick walls, which guarantee ideal and constant temperatures and humidity, without having to use air conditioning systems. The estate is divided into numerous plots, which are located in some of the most prestigious and famous areas of Burgundy, in particular in the Grand Crus of: Montrachet, Chevalier-Montrachet, Bâtard-Montrachet, Bienvenues Bâtard-Montrachet; in the Premier Crus of: Rully Blanc, Puligny-Montrachet Les Pucelles, Puligny-Montrachet Les Folatières, Puligny-Montrachet Les Combettes, Puligny-Montrachet Le Clavoillon, Meursault sous le Dos d'Âne; in the Appellation Villages: Auxey-Duresses Blanc, Puligny-Montrachet, Mâcon-Verzé Blanc; and in the Regional Appellations Pouilly-Fuissé and Bourgogne Blanc. The climate of the region, cool, sunny, and the soils mainly composed of calcareous-clayey marl have for centuries proved to be ideal for the cultivation of the two main grapes of Burgundy: Pinot Noir and Chardonnay. The two noble French vines express themselves on the sweet reliefs of the Côte d'Or with particular elegance and refinement. The labels of the Domaine Leflaive are classic interpretations of the Burgundy territory, faithful to the most ancient traditions and the rigorous style of a great Domaine.

Domaine Louis Boillot

Domaine Louis Jadot

Domaine Marc Antonin Blain

Domaine Marc Morey

Domaine Marc Roy

Domaine Marquis d'Angerville

Domaine Meo Camuzet

Domaine Michaut

Domaine Michel Lafarge

Domaine Michel Magnien

Domaine Michel Niellon

Domaine Michel Noellat et Fils

Domaine Michelet-Bissey

Domaine Michelot

Domaine Nicole Lamarche

Domaine Paul Autard

Domaine Paul Pillot

Domaine Pavelot

Domaine Pierre Usseglio

Domaine Ponsot

Domaine Richard Rottiers

Domaine Robert Chevillon

Domaine Robert Sirugue

Domaine Rossignol Trapet

Domaine Rostaing

Domaine Rostaing

Domaine Saint Prefert

Domaine Saint Prefet

Domaine Santa Duc

Domaine Serge Dagueneau & Filles

Domaine Stephane Magnien

Domaine Sylvain Cathiard

Domaine Taupenot-Merme

Domaine Tawse

Domaine Tempier

Domaine Terlato & Chapoutier

Domaine Thenard

Domaine Tortochot

Domaine Vacheron

Domaine Vacheron

Domaine Weinbach

Domaine William Fevre

Domaine Y. Clerget

Domaines Barons de Rothschild (Lafite)

The wine history of the Rothschild family has centuries-old roots in France and beyond, through multiple possessions scattered throughout the country as well as in Chile and Argentina. The domaine, which derives from the Gascon term "la hite" (literally "hill"), has ancient origins, which date back to the medieval fief of the fourteenth in the heart of the Médoc, where wine was already produced, but became famous in the centuries after recognized as the best Bordeaux wine tasted at the court of Versailles. Château Lafite was elected leader among the fine wines grouped in the classification of the Great Bordeaux wines of 1855. It was in 1868 that Baron James de Rothschild took over the Château continuing the great wine tradition of Lafite. To date, in addition to the exclusive and now iconic production of Bordeaux wines, the company owns various wineries in various wine terroirs around the world, among which the Chilean one stands out, in the Valle de Colchagua, one of the first experiments to enhance the territory , which today produces one of the best results of this type.

Domenico Clerico

Domenico Clerico

Domini Veneti

The Domini Veneti wines represent the Valpolicella Classica wine area: the original production area of the historic Valpolicella wines. The vines, grown in the hilly area of Valpolicella Classica, are: Corvina Veronese, Corvinone, Rondinella, Molinara, Dindarella, Oseleta, Rossignola, Negrara and Forselina. Producing wine for Domini Veneti is equivalent to representing the most authentic territory of Valpolicella , respecting the rhythms of nature and working the land with attention and sensitivity. Domini Veneti wines are born from a careful study of the most suitable areas of Valpolicella in order to obtain wines of the highest quality. For this reason, in 1989 the fine Domini Veneti crus of Cantina Valpolicella Negrar were born. The name of the selection refers to the territories of Valpolicella which in the 16th century were part of the Serenissima Republic of Venice. The vineyards from which the Domini Veneti wines are born are distributed between the hamlets of Jago, Moron, Torbe and La Casetta. Jago, on the Negrar hill is one of the most suitable areas of Valpolicella, has an original landscape, with the classic dry terraces, a clayey-limestone soil and ideal climatic conditions. The Moron vineyards are located in another excellent micro-area, perfect for the production of Recioto. The Torbe vineyards are located in the upper part of the hill, while those of La Casetta have a very favorable exposure for growing grapes suitable for producing great red wines. As previously stated, the grapes mainly grown for the production of Domini Veneti wines are: Corvina, Corvinone, Rondinella, Molinara and Oseleta. Corvina is an ideal grape for drying, gives structure and body to the wine and is the main grape variety of Valpolicella wines. Corvinone is mainly a variety of hills, has unknown origins and a dark blue skin. Its main feature is the ability to give longevity and spicy notes to the wine. The rondinella is an ideal vine for drying, has a less complex structure and gives excellent results in the high hills. Molinara is a grape with a purplish red skin covered with a white wax very similar to flour, hence its name, deriving precisely from "mill". It is a perfect grape for producing delicate wines, particularly drinkable and with a not very intense color. Domini Veneti Red Wine The most important and appreciated red wine of Domini Veneti is Amarone della Valpolicella , the most important wine of the region, on whose origin hovers a veil of mystery and legend. It is said that one of the founders of the winery, Gaetano Dall'Ora, found himself tasting the wine coming from a forgotten Recioto barrel. The wine was no longer sweet, the sugars of the Recioto had turned into alcohol and the wine had changed, it had become "a powerful bitter": this is how Amaro was born, a surprising, robust and important wine. In addition to the classic Amarone, Domini Veneti produces Recioto, a sweet red wine, whose name derives from the small side bunches that characterize the vine, the “recie”, similar to ears. It is a passito wine, produced with Corvina, Corvinone and Rondinella grapes, with an intense red color and a full and delicate taste. Another wine produced by Domini Veneti is Ripasso, obtained with the traditional technique of refermentation of the Amarone marc with fresh Valpolicella wine. With this technique Ripasso is produced, a more alcoholic wine than the classic Valpolicella, more intense and fragrant. What are the characteristics of Amarone Domini Veneti? Amarone della Valpolicella Classico Domini Veneti is an elegant and structured wine. Obtained from grapes grown in the Valpolicella Classica on dry terraces, hand-picked, dried and aged in large oak barrels. It is a perfect wine to pair with grilled meats, braised meats and aged cheeses. Domini Veneti produces a second type of Amarone, part of the Pruviniano Collection. It is a wine obtained from the vineyards of the Marano valley, always in the Valpolicella Classica. The name, Collezione Pruviniano, derives from the denomination of these territories, which were precisely called Pruviniano. It is an elegant amarone, with aromas of black cherry, spices, vanilla and chocolate. It has a velvety tannin, a soft structure and a great persistence. Finally, Domini Veneti decided to dedicate part of the production to organic viticulture, in this way the organic Amarone della Valpolicella was born, with grapes from the Valpolicella Classica, dried in a loft and aged in large barrels for 18 months. In this wine the notes of black cherry, dried plum and spices dominate. It is an ideal red for game, grilled and braised meats. This organic wine represents the future of Valpolicella, a new way of following tradition while respecting the environment and people. Discover the Domini Veneti selection on Vino.com.

Dominio de Atauta

Dominio de Pingus

Dominique Lafon

Dominus

Don Julio

Don Julio tequila was born from its namesake founder Don Julio González who, in the early 1940s, decided to open a distillery in the state of Jalisco - in the western part of Mexico. Don Julio had the merit of revolutionizing the tequila production process, personally following the agave plants in their growth, waiting for them to reach full maturity before harvesting them and selecting only the juiciest parts of the piña - the central part of the agave - before cooking them slowly for 72 hours. Even the typical short bottle was Don Julio's prerogative, since up until that time tequila was produced in tall, narrow bottles. Don Julio today represents a legendary brand of tequila, which weighs like few others and has always guaranteed a standard of the highest quality.

Don Papa

The Philippines has a long tradition of sugar cane cultivation, favored by the warm and humid climate of this region, and with it the production of sugar cane. Rum. In fact, sugar cane was born in East Asia and only later was exported to the Caribbean; it can therefore be said that the first rum in the world is born right here, in the Philippines, or in what for the locals is Sugarlandia. Rum Don Papa in particular was born as a tribute to Papa Isio, the charismatic and courageous leader of Negros who in 1890 led the Philippine Liberation War, and played a fundamental role in driving out the Spaniards from the island and achieving independence in Sugarlandia . This legendary Rum embodies the very spirit of Sugarlandia, the ancestral relationship with a wild and luxuriant nature and a daily life that seems suspended between reality and dream. Don Papa: buy it easily online Buying Don Papa rum online is very easy on vino.com: you can find it among the best rums in our assortment, find it by typing the name don papa in the search string or find it in our space dedicated to cocktails. Choosing your favorite Don Papa and receiving it in a few clicks will be faster and easier than ordering a Cuba Libre and once at home you can indulge yourself with all the cocktails you want! Rum Don Papa: one of the sweetest and most aromatic Rums in the world Rum Don Papa is considered one of the sweetest and most aromatic in the world, and its secret lies in the fundamental ingredient: sugar cane molasses. In fact, thanks to the particular climate of the Philippines, sugar cane grows luxuriantly and full of aromas, and the molasses obtained from it is one of the richest and sweetest in the world, so precious that it is called "black gold". Don Papa selects the best Filipino sugar cane and creates the molasses for his rum with the traditional mills of 1920. The Rum, obtained by diluting with spring water, ages in ex Bourbon barrels, some of which are created and reserved specifically for Don Papa and toasted to give Don Papa the intense color that characterizes him. In these barrels, in the distillery at the foot of Mount Kanlaon, the Rum Don Papa ages at least 7 years, before the composition of the blend. At this point, once bottled, Don Papa can finally bring the spirit of Sugarlandia to all Rum lovers in the world. Is the Rum Papa story true? The story of Rum Papa is lost in legend: a Filipino hero called Don Papa actually existed (he is Dionisio Magbuelas, ex-foreman on a sugar cane plantation, protagonist of the revolutions that led to the liberation from Spanish domination). Sugarlandia, on the other hand, Don Papa's chosen land, gets lost in myth, because it starts from the Philippines but goes further and becomes a dream. What is special about this Filipino rum? The Philippine rum Don Papa has a very long tradition, much older than the most famous rums of the Caribbean area, Cuba and Venezuela in the lead, as the cultivation of sugar cane was born in Southeast Asia and only later is exported to the Caribbean. Is the Papa Nero Rum the best in the distillery? Rum Papa Nero is still considered today one of the best distillates of Don Papa and is characterized by a long aging of 10 years in toasted barrels, which give it a particularly dark color and an intense and complex bouquet.

Donna Olimpia

The Donna Olimpia winery takes its name from Olimpia Alliata, Lady of Biserno and wife of Gherardo della Gherardesca, who gave the estate its name in 1898 on the occasion of the 25th anniversary of their marriage. The company was born from an intuition of Guido Folonari, heir to one of the historic Italian wine families, who in the first months of 2001 decided to develop an ambitious wine project. The winery is located in the heart of the Maremma, between Bibbona and Castagneto, in the heart of the extraordinary territory of Bolgheri, in the province of Livorno. Donna Olimpia's philosophy is based on excellence, product quality, the constant search for improvement, the typicality of a product linked to a clearly identifiable territory.

Donnafugata

The name Donnafugata literally means woman on the run and refers to the story of Queen Maria Carolina, wife of Ferdinand IV of Bourbon, who at the beginning of the nineteenth century fled from Naples due to the arrival of the Napoleonic troops and took refuge in the very lands where today the company vineyards are located. Donnafugata's wines are a great expression of the Sicilian territory and passionately describe its aromas, sensations and tastes. Fresh and mineral whites, refined and complex bubbles, authentic and sincere reds, sunny and elegant sweets characterize the production of the cellar and are born from a great attention to detail and the desire to create wines that fully respond to the potential of the territory. Donnafugata: authentic Sicilian red wine Donnafugata has always created Sicilian red wine in the most suitable areas in the region such as Etna Doc, Cerasuolo di Vittoria DOCG, and South-Western Sicily, both from typical grapes of the territory such as Frappato, Nero d'Avola and Nerello Mascalese, and from grapes international such as Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon and Syrah. Among the red wines of Donnafugata, the most sought after are certainly the Mille e Una Notte, Tancredi and Sherazade. Sedara is one of the most popular Donnafugata wines, created for everyday consumption: pleasant, versatile in combinations, perfect for every day, everyone loves this blend of Nero d'Avola , Cabernet Sauvignon , Merlot , Syrah . Donnafugata: Sicilian white wine with character Donnafugata's white wine is rich in romance and freshness, starting with La Fuga, the Chardonnay born with bunches harvested in the middle of the night to maintain all the greedy and fruity aroma of the grapes, to the very light Lighea from Zibibbo grapes, passing through il Prio, 100% Cattaratto aged in steel. Fresh and light like the flapping of a butterfly's wings is also Damarino, from a blend of Ansonica grapes and other grapes, Sursur Grillo Sicilia Doc and Chiarandà, an admirable Chardonnay from Tenuta Contessa Entellina. These wines were created with the intention of enhancing the aromas of the grapes, cultivating the most suitable grapes in each territory, to be able to give the maximum expression in each vineyard. What is Donnafugata's best wine? The best Donnafugata wine is undoubtedly the Mille e Una Notte, born in the vineyards located on the Contessa Entellina estate, in the heart of south-western Sicily and aged in oak barrels for a period of 15-16 months and subsequently in bottle for a further 30 months, before being placed on the market. Why is Donnafugata Sicily of authentic and sustainable wine? Donnafugata in each of its estates in Sicily pays the utmost attention to the environment: in the company's vineyards it does not use herbicides and chemical fertilizers and uses integrated control techniques such as insect control (moth) through the use of pheromone traps. A production system that ensures the eco-sustainable management of agricultural activities (Good Agriculture Practices, GAP) since 2011 and sustainability and excellence are also pursued with green manuring, organic fertilization, emergency irrigation and thinning. How does Donnafugata's Anthilia wine pair well? Donnafugata's Anthilia wine, so fresh and delicately scented with flowers and white peach, with a pleasant savory note in the mouth, is perfect both with a simple bruschetta with tomato and basil and with dishes such as pasta with seafood, blue fish, club salmon sandwich. We also suggest you combine it with a tasty Caesar Salad.

Donne Fittipaldi

The Donne Fittipaldi company was founded in 1992, in the heart of the Livorno Maremma, from the renovation of an ancient estate that belonged to the Gherardesca Counts, which extends for 46 hectares around the “La Pineta” farmhouse. Led by 5 women of the Fittipaldi Menarini family, the company makes use of the most modern equipment, while maintaining strong links with tradition. Donne Fittipaldi's goal is to enhance the bond with the Bolgheri territory, intervening on production just enough, so as to be able to offer customers a genuine, healthy product that develops its aromas as much as possible.

Dönnhoff

Donnhoff

Dopff au Moulin

Dopff au Moulin is a historic Alsatian winery, located in the heart of the most renowned Grand Cru in the area. The origins of the Domaine date back to 1574 and for centuries the art of growing grapes and making wine has been handed down from generation to generation, up to the present day. Over the centuries, the original nature of vigneron and the rigorous commitment to produce with the Dopff au Moulin brand only wines of high quality, made with the best grapes of the estate and aged in the cellars with patience and respect for ancient traditions. An ancient savoir-faire, based on the deep knowledge of the best Alsatian terroirs that are located near the ancient and fascinating medieval city of Riquewihr. Today the company is run by three generations, Pierre Dopff, Honorary President, his son Pierre-Étienne, President and Etienne-Arnaud general manager. The town of Riquewihr is located at an altitude of 300 meters above sea level, near the splendid hilly area at the foot of the Vosges Mountains, which shelters the vineyards from the cold north winds and rainy disturbances coming from the west. A sort of providential barrier against bad weather, which creates a very special microclimate that is very favorable to viticulture. The exposures facing south, with perfect sunshine, and the very suitable soils, allow grapes with intense and rich aromatic notes to ripen. The Domaine Dopff au Moulin extends over a total area of 70 hectares and is the largest estate in the famous Grand Cru area. The vineyards are located in the Schoenenbourg area, known as one of the best terroirs for Riesling, in Hunawihr, Mittelwihr, Hardt de Colmar and Eichberg-Brand de Turkheim. In addition to the production of excellent still wines, the winery is famous for an ancient tradition in the elaboration of Crémant d'Alsace. It all began in 1900. Julien Dopff attends a practical demonstration on the Champenoise Method at the Universal Exposition in Paris. The idea of creating Alsatian wines in the same style was immediately born. After a two-year internship in Èpernay, to learn all the secrets of Champagne, Julien Dopff begins to produce refermented sparkling wines in the bottle in the land of Alsace. Thus began the adventure of Crémant d'Alsace, which is still one of the winery's most successful labels today. Dopff au Moulin was among the first wineries to bottle their own wine and thus conquer, first the market of Paris, then of France and then of Europe. Today the Dopff au Moulin wines are among the best excellences of Alsace and return the characteristics of an extraordinary wine region in the glass.

Dos Almas

Dos Almas is the conjunction of two souls in perfect harmony: the Italian one represented by the centuries-old tradition of the Casa Vinicola Zonin and the Chilean one of the plurality of terroirs that the Zonin family wanted to achieve to carry on their desire to explore the biodiversity offered by different wine regions of the world. From the most suitable areas of Chile, intrinsically Chilean wines are obtained, characterized by the distinctive Italian trait that is expressed through the production methods. We are talking about the Valle del Maipo, the Chilean region with the oldest history, whose vineyards date back to the time of the 16th century Conquistadores, the cradle of great Cabernets; Valle de Colchagua, a mosaic of soils ranging from granite to clay and schist, from which wines full of minerality are derived; to finish with the Valle de Casablanca, whose vineyards surrounded by mists and fresh saline breezes given by the proximity to the Pacific Ocean produce seductive whites made from Sauvignon Blanc grapes and fresh reds from Pinot Noir grapes.

Dow's

Dow's

Dr. Fischer - Bocksteinhof

Martin Foradori Hofstätter began to take care of the family business in the 90s and after some acquisitions in South Tyrol, he began to turn his gaze as an attentive and curious winemaker also abroad, in particular towards Germany. Always a lover of the great Rieslings, Martin decided to transform his passion into a new entrepreneurial adventure. The opportunity to realize his dream came true in 2014, when he managed to purchase the historic Dr. Fischer estate, with wonderful old vines in some of the best exposures in the Saar region. The estate is a small jewel, located on the steep slopes of the Saar River, a tributary of the Moselle, and includes the famous crus of “Ockfener Bockstein” and “Saarburger Kupp”. The historic company Weingut Dr. Fischer thus entered the universe of properties managed by the J. Hofstätter winery. Martin Foradori has undertaken this new challenge with great respect for local traditions, aware that he is approaching a real Riesling sanctuary. The approach has been of great respect for places so rich in history, which for centuries have produced some of the most interesting white wines in the world. Right along the banks of the Saar and Moselle rivers, Riesling expresses its best qualities. The cool, breezy climate and the steep and sunny exposures allow excellent ripening of the grapes. The presence of the river acts as a natural thermoregulator of temperatures, mitigating the climate, which still retains considerable temperature variations between day and night. The stony soils, rich in slate rocks, heat up during the day and give off heat at night, avoiding the danger of frosts. The vertiginous slopes guarantee excellent drainage, which together with the wind, limit the incidence of mold and other diseases. Riesling has lived in this region for centuries and has adapted very well to the characteristics of the territory, finding a perfect interaction with the stony soils and climate. It is precisely this delicate ecosystem of an extraordinary terroir, which allows to produce some of the most fascinating white wines of all. The estate includes two particularly suitable areas: Bockstein and Saarburger Kupp. Blockstein is located near the village of Ockfen, characterized by a particularly suitable steep natural amphitheater. The vines are cultivated on slopes facing south, southwest, on gray slate soils. The wines from this area have a mineral profile and rich fruity aromas. The Saarburger Kupp vineyard is located above the village of Saarburg, on a steep slope characterized by the presence of red slate. It gives wines with a vibrant, fresh, sapid and mineral profile, with great character and personality.

Dr. H. Thanisch

Dr. Heger

Dr. Loosen

Dr. Loosen

Dr. Loosen is a German winery based in Bernkastel, along the Moselle river, in a terroir already known for its great quality of wines produced mainly with Riesling, which reaches, here, its highest peaks. The Dr. Loosen estate has a rather long history, with vineyards handed down from father to son, until 1988 when Ernst Loosen took over and decided to take family production to a higher level. The very old vineyards that Ernet inherited are on average 70 years old. The few plants that are well over 120 years old and of very high quality grapes are an exception. Dr. Loosen produces a wide range of wines that are very different from each other in terms of characteristics: from drier wines with a marked acidity to sweeter and more intense ones. Today Dr. Loose is synonymous with guarantee and quality among the Moselle Rieslings, confirmed by many international awards.

Dr. von Bassermann - Jordan

The German winery Dr. Von Basserman is a historic reality in the Palatinate, which has been producing high quality wines for centuries. It is one of the oldest producers in the area, which for over 300 years has handed down the art of viticulture and a precious wealth of knowledge from generation to generation, which has elevated its wines among the best excellences of this important wine region of Germany. The Palatinate Region, or Pfalz in German, represents one of the historical areas of wine and covers a total of about 5,000 hectares, mainly cultivated with riesling. However, there are other varieties, such as gewürztraminer, sauvignon blanc and the reds dornfelder, portugieser, pinot noir, cabernet sauvignon, merlot and regent. The climate is continental, temperate, with very hot summers. In a year there are over 2,000 hours of sunshine, with very low rainfall: ideal conditions for the vine. The Palatinate offers a remarkable variety of soils, which allow to cultivate each variety in the most suitable place: from soils rich in sandstone and skeleton to the most sandy or rich in limestone, schist and basalts. Even today, the Dr. Von Basserman winery has retained a family character and an extraordinary care and passion in creating labels, which perfectly interpret the character of the territory and its customs. Its wines have been drunk on important occasions by many prominent personalities, by Chancellor Otto von Bismarck and Wilhelm Busch, by the Bavarian kings, to the Archbishop of Cologne, to the English Royal Family. The winery labels sealed the signing of the Treaty of Versailles after the Franco-German war in 1871. More recently, German politicians Gerhard Schroeder and Helmuth Kohl have been guests of the estate. The ancient buildings house a wonderful historic cellar, built with brick vaults, which also retains the old vintages until 1811. Even today, the Dr. Von Basserman labels are an essential point of reference for anyone who wants to know the authentic and typical face of the great wines of the Palatinate, thanks to a park owned vineyards that include some of the most precious parcels in the region, always famous for to give grapes of superior quality. The historic label bearing the date 1811, one of the oldest in Germany, is still used for the "Geheimer Rat Dr. von Bassermann-Jordan GmbH" range. These are very elegant wines, with a pleasantly fruity character, such as Riesling and Sauvignon Blanc. For the other wines of the company, however, the Art Nouveau label designed by Alois Balmer in 1905 is used, showing the Roman Emperor Probus. This collection of wines represents the search to give voice to the peculiar characteristics of each single terroir, in order to enhance its unique and inimitable personality.

Drambuie

Drambuie's Heather Honey Whiskey liqueur is a liqueur from the Isle of Skye obtained from a unique blend of aged scotch whiskey and heather honey, herbs and spices. Legend has it that Prince Charles Edward Stuart, defeated at the Battle of Culloden in 1745 in an attempt to restore his family to the throne of England, and pursued by the King's troops throughout Scotland, was helped by the MacKinnon clan chief to escape. from the Isle of Skye. In exchange for his help, the Prince gave MacKinnon the secret recipe of an elixir to pass on to future generations. The recipe arrived at the Broadford Hotel in Skye, where customers to whom it was served defined it in Gaelic as "An Dram Buidheach", a satisfying drink, later abbreviated to Drambuie.

Drouhin Laroze

Dubreuil-Fontaine

Duc de Castellac

Duca di Salaparuta

The Duca di Salaparuta Group brings together three historical brands that represent Sicily in the world: Corvo and Duca di Salaparuta, born in 1824, Florio born in 1833. Three brands, each witnessing a specific territory and the peculiarities that distinguish it, and a range of complete wines able to satisfy every occasion of consumption and pairing. Duca di Salaparuta is the expression of the most suitable territories and of a long wine tradition. Always synonymous with quality, it manages every time to tell the most exciting aspects of Sicily in a new and seductive way through its estates: Suor Marchesa in Riesi, Risignolo in Salemi and Vajasindi on the slopes of Etna. The company represents a perfect combination of novelty and classicism, between Sicilian native vines such as Nero d'Avola, Nerello Mascalese and Grillo and international vines such as Merlot and Pinot Noir. A varied production therefore, which never renounces quality , as demonstrated by the accolades received from international critics.

Duca di Saragnano

Duckhorn

Duclaux

Ducru-Beaucaillou 2eme Cru Classe

Duemani

Duemani

DuMOL

Durand

Duval-Leroy

E. Guigal

Egly-Ouriet

Egly-Ouriet

Egon Muller

Egon Müller

A name about which by now there is very little to say that of Egon Müller, certainly among the most counted wineries in Germany and beyond, who has climbed the rankings and won many international awards since his birth in 1797. Already at the beginning of the 20th century century Müller's Moselle Rieslings were known and appreciated throughout Europe, already reaching very high prices for the time. The company, which is located on the splendid family estate near Wiltingen, owns 16 hectares almost entirely in Riesling: about 8 hectares of Scharzhofberg, 4 of Wiltinger and the remaining used for the QBA - the German correspondent of our PGI. Some of these vines, as in other Moselle wineries, resisted the phylloxera epidemic of the 19th century and are over 100 years old, producing a truly rare quality of wines, albeit with minimal yield. Through the skilful dosage of the noble rot Botrytis - even in Rieslings usually drier such as Kabinet - wines with residual sugar are produced, according to what is the philosophy pursued by the Müller family. These Rieslings are therefore among the most appreciated and sought after whites in the world, true icons of the Moselle region, cult wines, capable of aging like few other Rieslings.

Eisacktaler Kellerei

Eisacktaler Kellerei is a young reality from the Isarco Valley, an extraordinary South Tyrolean terroir traditionally suited to viticulture. In this area there are ideal climatic conditions for the cultivation of white grapes, for this reason the Isarco Valley is known for the production of white wines of great prestige. The winery aims to derive their true character from the grapes, always trying to produce refined wines, which express the true essence of the winery and the territory of origin.

Eisele Vineyard

El Dorado

El Porvenir

Elderton

Elena Walch

The history of the Elena Walch Winery begins 150 years ago in the heart of the small town of Termeno on the Wine Route, in South Tyrol. Obtained from the subsoil in natural stone, the cellar was born in the name of sustainability and over the years has been modernized and transformed into one of the most beautiful and traditionally rich private cellars in the region. Elena Walch's wines are artfully created from the best grapes following a sustainable approach, in full respect of nature and the environment. The considerable extension of the vineyards owned by the family contributes to making the winery one of the most productive in all of South Tyrol. Elena Walch: the South Tyrolean terroir Elena Walch's business philosophy is closely linked to her terroir: in fact, all the efforts of this winery have always been focused on obtaining wines that are the unique expression of their soil, climate and work done in the vineyard. Precisely for this reason sustainability is a concrete reality: in the vineyard we work without compromise, respecting the individual characteristics of the single vineyard and enhancing it. The same respect for nature continues in the cellar, with the coverage of 45% of the total energy consumption thanks to the installation of a photovoltaic system, the partial recycling of water, and the use of gravity for the various stages of winemaking, and also in the packaging, with the partial use of capsules of vegetable origin, and 100% recyclable, and of lighter glass to have a lower production of carbon dioxide. Elena Walch also and above all means terroir, because an important selection work was carried out in the vineyards, with the election of real Crus, among which the two vineyards VIGNA Castel Ringberg in Caldaro and VIGNA Kastelaz in Tramin stand out, made this winery one of the most important and well-known in South Tyrol for the high quality of its wines. Elena Walch white wine Elena Walch's white wine is the real engine of the company. Elena Walch obtains elegant white wines rich in aromas, from grapes that have found their happy island in South Tyrol, such as Sauvignon and Pinot Bianco , but above all from Gewürztraminer, thanks to which this company has managed to obtain international awards, and which today is considered probably the best in all of South Tyrol. The production of Elena Walch includes single-variety wines from grapes from the Castel Ringberg estate, above Lake Caldaro, various wines resulting from the assembly of the owned vineyards and the large cuvée line, born from the best selection of grapes during the harvest period. Fresh and fruity white wines, which stand out for character and personality, leave room for concentrated and soft reds, obtained from Pinot Noir , Merlot , Schiava and Lagrein . How to combine Elena Walch's Gewürztraminer? Elena Walch's Gewürztraminer is excellent as an aperitif but not only. In fact, it is also perfect to accompany molluscs and crustaceans, especially prawns and lobsters, as well as being suitable also in combination with Asian dishes and blue cheeses. What red wine does Elena Walch produce? Elena Walch produces red wine mainly from typical Alto Adige grapes, such as Pinot Nero, Lagrein and Schiava, but her Merlot is also noteworthy. All its reds are rich in character and personality, as befits the South Tyrolean reds. What makes Elena Walch Beyond the Clouds so special? Elena Walch Beyond the Clouds is so special thanks to the maniacal selection of the grapes from which it is made but above all thanks to the refinement in French oak barrels for about 10 months and for a further 6 months in the bottle, which gives this wine a complexity of extraordinary aromas.

Elena Walch

Elephant

Elio Altare

Elio Altare

Elio Grasso

Elio Grasso

Elio Sandri

Elio Sandri

Elvio Cogno

The Elvio Cogno winery is located on the top of the Bricco Ravera hill, in Novello, in the Piedmont Langhe area. The Cogno family has been dedicated to viticulture for four generations now and the values of this long history are now harmoniously supported by the freshness and innovation brought to the company by the current heirs. Through careful and rational management of the vineyards, conducted without forcing in full respect of the biological balance of the vine, the Elvio Cogno company continues to produce wines that trace the family history, while maintaining the style, the flavors and the great tradition that terra di Langa expresses through its vines.

Elvio Cogno

Emidio Pepe

One of the best known names in Abruzzo is that of Emidio Pepe, who took over from his ancestors who were already winegrowers and opened his company in 1964 in Torano Nuovo, in the province of Teramo. There are only 15 hectares of vines of the company, but each of these is maniacally preserved and cultivated to produce wines of superior quality, in the strictly indigenous varieties of Montepulciano d'Abruzzo, Trebbiano d'Abruzzo and Pecorino. Emidio Pepe cultivates his vines in a sustainable and biodynamic way, using only natural products such as copper crystals, mine sulfur and other preparations. In an uncontaminated terroir like that of Torano Nuovo, characterized by the combination of the currents coming from the sea and the colder ones of the Gran Sasso, natural wines are born deeply linked to the Abruzzo territory, which know how to combine the decisive character of its terroir and grapes with a truly refined finesse and softness. Pepe's wines are by now internationally recognized and discussed, produced by a skilled artisan hand and synonymous with absolute authenticity and refinement.

Emidio Pepe

Emiliana

Located in the main wine valleys of Chile, the Emiliana winery is characterized by producing only organic and biodynamic wines, so that it helps to preserve the natural balance of life, humans and the environment. Emiliana cultivates its vineyards in organic farming, with the utmost respect for the territory, without the use of substances harmful to the environment. Care for nature and concern for climate change are the strengths of the winery, commitment and respect for its employees and the community are our core values of Emiliana.

Emilio Hidalgo

The Hidalgo company was born, in the second half of the 19th century in the Spanish city of Jerez de la Frontera, from the family of the same name that already owned vineyards and estates in the Andalusian territory. At the beginning of the twentieth century the business expands first in London, then from the early 1970s it expands throughout Europe, becoming one of the most important producers of Brandy and Sherry. Nowadays Emilio Hidalgo, carried on by the fifth generation of the family, is a leading company in the production of Sherry and sweet wines, testifying to this, the great heritage of old vintages preserved in the Soleras of the cellar.

Emilio Moro

Emilio Moro

Engelbrecht Els

Engine

Enio Ottaviani

Enrico Gatti

The Enrico Gatti company was founded in 1975 in the Italian territories located in the North Eastern area of Franciacorta, in Lombardy. In that year, Mr. Enrico Gatti, from whom the company takes its name, bought his first plot of land for the construction of a vineyard, from which an artisanal wine production was born. A few years later, he began a collaboration with his children Lorenzo and Paola together with the latter's husband, this union will lead to the creation of the first Franciacorta of the Gatti family in 1986. Enrico Gatti uses the Franciacorta production method, which involves a careful and long selection of noble vines that have an average age of 25 years. The agriculture used is the conventional one with low environmental impact and in organic form.

Enzo Tiezzi

EPC

Errazuriz

Erste Neue

Erste + Neue represents one of the most interesting realities of the Italian wine scene. Located in Caldaro, the winery was born from the merger between the First Social Winery of Caldaro (Erste) with the New Cantina Sociale di Caldaro (Neue), giving rise to one of the most prestigious realities in the area. The name Erste-Neue perfectly sums up the symbiosis between tradition and innovation: a piece of history in every bottle.

Espolon

Essence de Dourthe

Etienne Sauzet

Etienne Sauzet

Etsu

Ettore

Ewald Zweytick

Fabiano

Cantina Fabiano was founded in 1912 by the hand of Francesco and Sergio Fabiano, who began to market their wines first in Venice and then in Verona. Over the years they started the construction of a new winery in Sona and at the same time they began a progressive commercial expansion that transformed the Fabiano family into a large exporting company. The main feature of the Fabiano winery has been the ability to raise the quality level of the wines over the years. For more than 100 years, Cantina Fabiano has been producing the great classics of Venetian enology, such as Amarone della Valpolicella and Valpolicella Ripasso . Fabiano Red Wine Fabiano's most important red wine is Amarone della Valpolicella, a historical denomination whose production disciplinary includes three types: Classico, Valpantena and Riserva and can only be obtained from Corvina Veronese, Corvinone and Rondinella grapes. The production area of Amarone includes the territories of the municipalities of Marano, Fumane, Negrar, S. Ambrogio, S. Pietro in Cariano, Dolcè, Verona, S. Martino Buon Albergo, Lavagno, Mezzane, Tregnago, Illasi, Colognola ai Colli , Cazzano di Tramigna, Grezzana, Pescantina, Cerro Veronese, S. Mauro di Saline and Montecchia di Crosara. The historic label of Amarone della Valpolicella DOCG Classico is a red wine produced with carefully selected grapes and then left to dry according to tradition. Specifically, it is a wine obtained from Corvina, Corvinone, Rondinella and Croatina grapes harvested by hand and cultivated on red soils rich in skeleton and limestone. The main characteristic of Amarone is the drying, for a period of 4 months during which the harvested grapes, before being pressed, are dried and subsequently vinified in steel. Amarone Fabiano is a garnet-colored wine, with notes of red fruit, an intense and elegant palate and a balanced tannic texture. Amarone Classico Fabiano is perfect to combine with braised meats, game and aged cheeses. Another very popular Fabiano red wine is Amarone della Valpolicella DOCG Riserva "I Fondatori", a wine dedicated to the founder of Fabiano and obtained from Corvina, Corvinone, Rondinella and Molinara grapes carefully selected from the vineyards located near the ancient village by Negrar. After harvesting, the grapes are dried for about 4 months in ventilated rooms, they are subsequently pressed and then vinified. The main feature of Amarone Riserva is the aging in large barrels for 30 months, plus another 6 months in the bottle. It is a dry wine, with a very elegant and persistent garnet color, perfect to combine with grilled or roasted meats. If you are looking for a very intense and traditional red wine, we suggest the Valpolicella Ripasso DOC Classico Superiore, a red wine that comes from Corvina, Rondinella, Molinare and Negrara grapes, grown in the vineyards located in the Negrar and S. Pietro in Cariano area. Ripasso is a unique wine, the result of two fermentations, in fact after the Valpolicella is vinified in steel, it undergoes a second fermentation with the pomace coming from the racking of Amarone and Recioto. The resulting wine is aged for 12 months in Slavonian oak barrels and 3 months in the bottle. Its main notes are of ripe cherries and blueberries. It is a dark red wine, very intense and spicy, with soft and full-bodied tannins. Perfect to combine with grilled meats, roasts and aged cheeses. Still looking for the perfect red wine for Sunday family dinner? Those of Fabiano are the wines for you.

Fabien Coche

Falesco

Falesco, founded in 1979, is located in Montecchio, in the province of Terni. A great passion for viticulture and a strong sense of belonging have pushed the company for over thirty years to enhance the wine heritage of the place and to produce wines of the highest quality, following a production philosophy centered on the territory, on science and dynamism. The wines of Falesco show great attention to both native and international vines and are the perfect expression of two areas with a high wine vocation: upper Lazio and the area of Montecchio and Orvieto in Umbria.

Falkenstein

The Falkenstein winery is located on the Rocca del Falco, which dominates Naturno from above, in the province of Bolzano. In this area, characterized by a difficult and harsh climate and considerable slopes, Bernadette and Franz Pratzner cultivate vineyards with great love and respect for the land and create wines that are a great expression of the South Tyrolean territory. In a few years of activity, Falkenstein has been able to distinguish itself on the Italian scene for the production of wines of great finesse, elegant and pleasant minerality. All the bottles in the cellar are equipped with screw caps, to meet the wishes of the owners who want their wines to be always clean and correct.

Familia Schroeder

Familia Zuccardi

Familia Zuccardi

Fanti San Filippo

Fantinel

Located in the Pordenone municipality of Spilimbergo, within territories with a very high wine-growing vocation, the Fantinel winery is today one of the largest winemaking companies in Friuli. Over the course of three generations it has undergone a profound evolution that has led it to become, from a small farm as it was, a prestigious winery with a wide international scope. Passion, tradition and innovation are the cornerstones of the production philosophy, also imbued with quality and respect for the territory, of Fantinel's owner, Paron Mario, for whom each wine represents a strong emotion that it intends to give to the consumer as a sign of special love that he feels for the Friulian terroir and for the wine.

Fantini Farnese

Farnetella

Fattoria Aldobrandesca

Fattoria Colsanto

Fattoria Colsanto is located in Bevagna, near Perugia, within the splendid setting of the Umbrian DOCG of Montefalco. This company was acquired in 2001 by the Livon family. The property has an extension of 20 hectares of vineyards, which surround the historic farmhouse. Here are mainly grown Sagrantino, Sangiovese, Montepulciano and Merlot from which three high quality labels are born: Sagrantino, Montefalco Rosso and Ruris.

Fattoria dei Barbi

Fattoria dei Barbi is a winery located in Montalcino, owned by the Cinelli Colombini family. The Colombini are a historic Sienese noble family who owned land in Montalcino as early as 1352. Today the property includes 350 hectares, including the denominations of Brunello di Montalcino , Morellino di Scansano and Chianti . For more than six centuries the heirs have carried on the family business respecting their origins and traditions. Brunello di Montalcino Cinelli Colombini has been produced at the Fattoria dei Barbi since 1892 and today the company is headed by Stefano Cinelli Colombini. The Brunello of the Fattoria dei Barbi is one of the most famous in the world, it has been appreciated and awarded since the end of the 1800s, just think that it was the first Brunello to be exported to America. Pioneers of innovation and pillars of tradition, Cinelli Colombini produces around 800,000 bottles of which 200,000 of Brunello. At the end of the 90s Stefano Cinelli decided to expand the property towards the Tuscan Maremma, buying 28 hectares of land belonging to the Morellino di Scansano appellation. There they founded L'Aquilaia dei Barbi. Fattoria dei Barbi Red Wine Fattoria dei Barbi produces red wines belonging to different denominations of origin. The most renowned Rosso is Brunello di Montalcino, a wine that the company produces in three versions: the blue label, the white label and the red label. Three unique Brunellis, with some different characteristics. The blue label is the most important Brunello of the Fattoria dei Barbi, it was harvested for the first time in 1892 and has been produced following tradition for more than a century. It is obtained from Sangiovese grapes and displays an unmatched olfactory and gustatory richness. The hints of cherry, mint, wild fennel and sage dominate, the spicy and elegant notes, the important and balanced structure. The second Brunello, the white label "Vigna del Fiore", is born with Sangiovese grapes grown only in the vineyards of Podere Il Fiore. Finally, the red label is a Brunello di Montalcino Riserva that is produced only in the best vintages and subjected to further aging, a trait that guarantees it an even more elegant and refined character. In addition to the famous Brunello di Montalcino, the Cinelli Colombini family produces Morellino di Scansano, Chianti DOCG and Chianti Classico DOCG. Morellino di Scansano DOCG is produced in L'Aquilaia dei Barbi, in the territory of the Tuscan Maremma, with Sangiovese and Merlot grapes . Morellino di Scansano is a wine with historical origins, whose quality is strictly dependent on the quantity produced. The Sangiovese used to produce Morellino must be grown in a little intensive way in order to ensure a high quality level. It is a perfect wine to combine with meat dishes, roasts, cured meats and aged cheeses, but its peculiarity is that it goes very well with particularly spicy fish soups. Among the other red wines of the Fattoria dei Barbi we find: the Brusco dei Barbi IGT Toscana Rosso, a fruity, fresh and less structured red, capable of expressing all the power of the Sangiovese fruit; and Rosso dei Barbi, born from several Sangiovese clones planted in Montalcino with the aim of creating a ready-to-drink wine, simple but at the same time elegant and consistent with the company philosophy. What are the characteristics of the Chianti Fattoria dei Barbi? Fattoria dei Barbi has been producing Chianti DOCG wine since the last century. The Colombini family exported Chianti in flasks as early as 1800, as evidenced by several documents found. The Chianti of the Fattoria dei Barbi is produced in Montalcino, it is a young wine but at the same time elegant and structured. It is obtained from Sangiovese, Canaiolo Nero and other red grape varieties admitted by the production disciplinary. Chianti is one of the most appreciated and famous Italian wines in the world, it represents the Tuscan winemaking tradition and culture. The Chianti of the Fattoria dei Barbi is a ruby red wine, savory and slightly tannic, perfect to combine with traditional Tuscan dishes. What are the characteristics of the Rosso di Montalcino Fattoria dei Barbi? The Rosso di Montalcino from Fattoria dei Barbi is the young and fresh version of Brunello di Montalcino. It is obtained from Sangiovese grapes from several vineyards and for its freshness it is perfect for everyday life or for less important occasions. It is a bright colored wine, with hints of red fruits, cherry and raspberry. It is elegant and balsamic, with notes of mint and eucalyptus, perfect for grilled or roasted meats. On Vino.com you can find a wide selection of Fattoria dei Barbi wine, find out the details about your trusted online wine shop.

Fattoria dei Barbi

Fattoria del Cerro

Fattoria di Luiano

Fattoria di Luiano is located in the heart of the Chianti Classico, in Mercatale Val di Pesa. The history of this company goes hand in hand with that of the Palombo family. In the 1990s, the founder Alberto was succeeded by his son Antonio and grandson Alessandro. Today Luiano is a dynamic company, strongly focused on the production of high quality and common sense wines. Luiano wines offer notable points of interest: in fact, following the philosophical line of the company, they are proposed as perfect examples of a great union between respect for the territorial tradition and openness to growing enological innovation.

Fattoria La Torre

Fattoria le Pupille

Fattoria Uccelliera

Fayolle Fils & Fille

Federici

Fèlsina

Fèlsina is an important Chianti Classico wine-growing company, founded in 1966 by the Poggiali family and located between the Chianti mountains and the Ombrone Valley, on an area of 600 hectares of which 95 are planted with vineyards. It is a "frontier land" that extends over a territory characterized by different soils and microclimates, where Sangiovese expresses a unique nature strongly influenced by the characteristics of the terroir of origin. The soils of Fèlsina are very different from each other, some of a calcareous nature, others sandstone and others clayey and rich in minerals. Fèlsina is a company respectful of traditions, the farms have developed over a thousand years and are still the same today: Rancia, Rancino, Arcidosso, Arcidossino / Santa Letizia, Casale di Fèlsina, Fèlsina, Casalino, Santa Maria, San Giuseppe , Ruzzatoio, Molino d'Ombrone, Valleys, Molinuzzo, Terra Rossa. Despite the close link with the past and with its origins, Fèlsina is attentive to the environment and biodiversity, always with an eye to the future and innovation. Discover the best selection of Fèlsina wine on Vino.com. Fèlsina red wine Among the various types of red wine produced by Fèlsina we find the Chianti Classico Riserva Rancia. The name of the Rancia vineyard comes from the farm located on the pre-existing Benedictine monastery. The vines are grown on a soil of calcareous origin, located between 350 and 400 meters above sea level, in the municipality of Castelnuovo Berardenga. The grapes used to produce the Chianti Classico Riserva Rancia are harvested manually and the resulting wines are characterized by an intense ruby red color, spicy notes and red fruits. Rancia is a red wine with a soft, engaging palate and velvety tannins. Another interesting red wine produced by Fèlsina is Fontalloro. It is a Tuscan IGT wine, obtained from grapes from the vineyards of the Poggio al Sole and Arcidossino farms, located in the highest area of Fèlsina between 330 and 407 meters above sea level, where the soil is particularly rocky and calcareous and in the Chianti Colli Senesi appellation, on a sandy soil rich in marine sediments. Also for the Fontalloro IGT the grapes are harvested and selected by hand. The result is a red wine with an intense ruby color, notes of tobacco and black currant, a full-bodied, long-lived palate and balanced tannins. The fortunate position of Fèlsina, with its vineyards located in Chianti Classico areas with very different soils, has allowed the production of a second type of Chianti Classico: the Berardenga Chianti Classico and the Berardenga Chianti Classico Riserva. The latter is a very interesting red wine because it is produced with the best grapes from the vineyards of Castelnuovo Berardenga, whose soil is very heterogeneous, oriented to the south-west and located at an altitude ranging from 320 to 420 meters above the level. of the sea. Berardenga is also a noteworthy red wine, for its spicy and mineral nature, the intense notes of wild berries, the important structure and the soft tannins. What are the characteristics of the Brut Millesimato Fèlsina? Fèlsina produces an intriguing Spumante Brut Classic Method Millesimato with a straw yellow color tending to golden and an elegant and persistent perlage. The characteristic of Spumante Millesimato is that 85% of the grapes must come from the same year of harvest. The Millesimato Fèlsina is produced with Sangiovese, Pinot Nero and Chardonnay grapes grown in the municipality of Castelnuovo Berardenga. It is an intense and fragrant bubble, with enveloping notes of ripe fruit, almond and hazelnut. It is a full and citrusy wine, with a high persistence and balanced acidity. Being a Classic Method, the refermentation takes place in the bottle, has a duration of 32 months followed by another 3 months of refinement, after the disgorgement and filling phases. On Vino.com at the moment you will only find the Spumante Brut Metodo Classico and the Spumante Brut Rosé Metodo Classico, we invite you to discover the unique characteristics of these versions of the Spumante Fèlsina. What are the best Fèlsina vintages? Those of Fèlsina are wines of the highest quality that are able to express great potential in any vintage. Since the 1980s, Fèlsina wines have continued to receive awards and recognitions from both Italian and international critics. Gambero Rosso, Wine Spectator, Wine Advocate, Bibenda, Decanter and James Suckling have been evaluating Fèlsina wines for decades, recognizing the quality of the wine and the mastery of the production process. Among the Fèlsina wines that have received the most awards we find: Fontalloro, award-winning from the 1997 vintage to today; the Berardenga Chianti Classico Riserva, which from the 2011 vintage to today has received numerous awards and the Berardenga Chianti Classico, which in 2013 was classified among the Top 100 wines by Wine Spectator. Discover the best Fèlsina selection on Vino.com.

Fentimans

Ferghettina

The Ferghettina farm is located in Adro, in the sweet lands of Franciacorta . On these sunny hills, at the foot of the Alps and overlooking Lake Sebino, in an enchanting panoramic position, the skilfully cared for vines ripen to give life to wines of great elegance. The philosophy of the company is based on listening to the vocation of the land, cultivated with the kindness of the family management, which puts great care, passion and attention in the processing of the products, from the vineyard to the cellar, ensuring the highest quality in every bottle.

Ferme du Mont

Fernand & Laurent Pillot

Fernand Lemaire

Fernand Lemaire is a maison run by a family of winemakers who own 6 hectares of vineyards near the village of Hautvillers, 5 kilometers from Epernay, at the crossroads of the Marne Valley and the Montagna de Reims, in the cradle of Champagne, the place where the most famous Grand Cellerier of all time was born: Dom Pérignon. Today the young Frédéric Lemaire, strong in that imposing legacy that weighs on his shoulders, produces excellent Premier Cru champagnes, expression of a consolidated tradition that has been handed down from father to son for 4 generations, starting from 1903.

Ferrari

The name Ferrari identifies one of the most important Italian sparkling wines for fame and quality. Ferrari sparkling wine is today a Trento Doc Metodo Classico born from the intuition of Giulio Ferrari who already sensed in 1902 the authentic vocation of Trentino in the production of sparkling wines starting from Chardonnay , a variety used above all in the creation of Champagne . Trentino itself remains a reference area in the production of high quality Chardonnay grapes, favored by significant daily temperature variations as starting conditions for the production of grapes of great elegance and structure. These are the basic ingredients that contribute to the fame of Trentodoc as a Classic Method positioned after Champagne for international importance. In 1952, with the transfer of the baton to Bruno Lunelli, the Ferrari house achieved notoriety in Italy, profiling itself as the quality brand in the production of prestigious bubbles. From the 1970s sparkling wines such as Ferrari Rosé, Ferrari Perlé and Giulio Ferrari Riserva del Fondatore will become very popular, to which sparkling wines from the Maximum and Gran Cuvée lines will soon be added. Compared to the production of Ferrari sparkling wine, delicate and complex are the steps that allow you to transform a base wine into a fine bubble. At the end of the summer, the clusters of Chardonnay and Pinot Noir grapes are harvested by hand and processed in the cellar to start the first fermentation. In this phase, the aromatic purity of the basic grapes is already a necessary precondition to create bubbles of great structure. To the definition of the cuvée contribute wines of different types produced by the company and expertly studied to deliver a unique product. With the addition of selected yeasts, the second fermentation in the bottle will allow the wine to develop carbon dioxide and remain in contact with the yeasts for two to ten years. The fame of the Ferrari Trentodoc sparkling wine does not depend only on the successful personalization of the Classic Method and the extraordinary vocation of the Trentino region which guarantees its quality and excellence, but on the versatility with which this sparkling wine can accompany typical dishes of many culinary traditions: Ferrari is ideal in the creation of appetizers based on cold cuts and dairy products, fresh and dried fish. With its delicate flavor and refined structure it can finish traditional regional dishes such as pasta alla carbonara, Neapolitan pizza or spaghetti with tomato sauce. Ferrari and the Trentodoc denomination Ferrari Trentodoc is the Classic Method produced within the appellation which includes 40 producers and over 100 labels. Ferrari Trentodoc is produced both with grapes from the Lunelli family vineyards and from the harvest conferred by about 500 families of Trentino winemakers. An essential criterion for belonging to the Trentodoc brand is in fact the origin of the grapes from the Trentino region alone. Furthermore, the vineyards are all certified organic and carefully preserved to ensure high quality of the raw material. As a Classic Method, Ferrari Trentodoc falls within the careful production rules established by the disciplinary. The production work begins with the manual harvesting of the grapes resulting from an alpine climate characterized by an ideal daytime climate for the ripening of the grapes, as well as by cool nights able to preserve the aromatic fragrance. After the preparation of a base wine especially with the use of Chardonnay and Pinot Noir grapes, the addition of a mixture of sugars and yeasts called liqueur de tirage will start the second fermentation in the bottle. The second fermentation obtained after two months is followed by minimum maturation times defined by the Trentodoc specification and concerning the contact with the yeasts of the refermented wine: 15 months for the Brut, 24 months for the Millesimato and 36 months for the Riserva. For example, in the case of the Ferrari Brut Trentodoc they spend 24 months of aging on the lees while in the case of the Trento Riserva Extra Brut DOC Perlé Nero 2012 Ferrari the aging is 6 years. Is Ferrari sparkling wine dry? A Trentodoc Classic Method such as Ferrari can be considered dry as opposed to sweet in compliance with the dosage values set by the production disciplinary. The following definitions are presented in relation to the grams of residual sugar per liter: Pas Dosé (or not dosed) up to 3 and without addition of dosage; Extra Brut between 0 and 6; Brut between 6 and 12; Extra Dry between 12 and 17; Dry, Sec from 17 to 32; Demi Sec between 32 and 50. What are the characteristics of the Ferrari Brut? Ferrari Brut is a Trentodoc Classic Method and is considered the manifesto of the sparkling wine house. Also considered the historic label of the winery, the Ferrari Brut is made with only Chardonnay grapes and stays at least 20 months on selected yeasts. The Ferrari Brut is straw yellow with greenish reflections and a fine perlage, expressing fresh hints of apple and flowers on the nose embellished with aromas of yeast and bread crust. Very balanced on the palate, it incorporates ripe fruit and the delicate taste of bread. What are the best pairings for the Ferrari Brut? Ferrari Brut can be used to accompany mountain hors d'oeuvres and raw fish, while it is ideal with traditional dishes based on tomato sauces. Ferrari Brut can also emphasize margherita pizza and refine fresh cheese dishes.

Ferraton

Ferreira

Ferret

Feudi Bizantini

Feudi di San Gregorio

Founded by the Capaldo and Ercolino families in 1986, the Feudi di San Gregorio winery is located in Sorbo Serpico, in the province of Avellino, immersed in the unique scenery offered by the uncontaminated landscape of Verde Irpinia. This brand represents the symbol of the Southern Enological Renaissance and works with the aim of enhancing the inestimable heritage of the indigenous Campania vines. Preserving the canons of the Irpinia winemaking tradition, Feudi di San Gregorio has managed in a short time to achieve excellent results from a qualitative point of view, however the company does not rest on its laurels and proves to be a reality always in ferment devoted to continuous improvement.

Feudi San Gregorio

Feudi San Gregorio was founded in 1986 in Sorbo Serpico, in the province of Avellino, by the Capaldo and Ercolino families. The company is located in the heart of Irpinia and has always pursued the goal of enhancing the native Campania vines. For Feudi San Gregorio wine is like a work of art, all stages of production from cultivation to bottling follow a process similar to the artistic one, whose purpose is the conception of a new work of art. Irpinia is located in the Campania Apennines, on a wild territory, where the cultivation of the vine was already testified in the writings of Pliny. The Campania winemaking tradition has long been told and handed down from one population to another, which is why the wines of these lands are the result of the historical-popular culture of the place. The fortune of this unique hinterland was also the geology and microclimate that characterize it. In Irpinia, rigid and rainy winters alternate with long summers, on a territory rich in mountains, hills, plains and rivers. Feudi San Gregorio wines, produced with native Campanian vines: Aglianico , Fiano and Greco have become the symbolic wines of the enological renaissance of Southern Italy. This unique selection is available on Vino.com, discover all the details of Feudi San Gregorio red and white wines . Feudi San Gregorio Red Wine The selection of Feudi San Gregorio Red Wine includes some of the winemaking excellences of Irpinia. Among these we find the denomination Taurasi DOCG Feudi San Gregorio, a red obtained from 100% native Aglianico grapes, which grown on a volcanic and uncontaminated territory give life to a balanced and very structured wine. It has a ruby red color with garnet reflections, intense aromas of cherry, cinnamon and vanilla, a full taste and velvety tannins. If you love persistent wines, perfect to combine with roasts and red meats, this is the one for you. The Taurasi DOCG denomination also includes a Riserva version, the Piano di Montevergine red wine, obtained from the symbolic vineyard of Feudi di San Gregorio, where the cultivation of vines has always been combined with the cultivation of hazelnut and olive trees. As for the Taurasi DOCG, the Riserva version has a long maturation, from 18 to 24 months in French oak barriques, plus a further 24 months aging in bottle. In this version the wine has a ruby red color, with hints of blackberry and plum, balsamic and spicy notes. The long aging makes it particularly full-bodied, with an intense tannic texture and an elegant and persistent finish. If you are looking for a wine suitable for a dinner based on game or grilled meats then the Feudi San Gregorio Taurasi Riserva DOCG is the perfect wine for the occasion. Lacryma Christi Rosso deserves a separate mention, an almost "legendary" wine, since according to ancient legend the vineyards of Lacryma Christi appeared on the slopes of Vesuvius after the copious weeping of Jesus, once he discovered that Lucifer had brought with itself in the underworld a part of heaven. This wine is part of the Lacryma Christi del Vesuvio Rosso DOC denomination and is obtained from Piedirosso and Aglianico grapes. It is a young wine, extremely fresh and pleasant, with notes of red fruit and berries, perfect for second courses based on meat. White wine Feudi San Gregorio The selection of Feudi San Gregorio white wine includes the great whites based on: Fiano di Avellino, Greco, Coda di Volpe and Falanghina . These are native Campania white grape varieties of ancient origin that Feudi San Gregorio has declined in the Fiano di Avellino DOCG Feudi San Gregorio, in the Campanaro Irpinia Bianco DOC and in the Lacryma Christi del Vesuvio Bianco DOC. The first, the Fiano di Avellino DOCG Feudi San Gregorio, is made from 100% Fiano grapes, has a straw yellow color, hints of peach and orange, fresh, mineral and soft notes. The second, the Campanaro Irpinia Bianco DOC, is a white wine made from Fiano and Greco grapes, very mineral and intense, with hints of grapefruit, mint, broom and pear. Also perfect for white meats and medium-aged cheeses. The third, Lacryma Christi Bianco, comes from the Coda di Volpe and Falanghina grapes grown on the slopes of Vesuvius. It has a straw yellow color and citrus scents. In this wine, freshness and elegance dominate, which is why it is perfect to accompany an aperitif and fish-based appetizers. What are the characteristics of the Greco di Tufo Feudi San Gregorio? The Greco di Tufo Feudi San Gregorio DOCG is produced with Greco grapes, a white grape variety of ancient origins that was cultivated on the slopes of Vesuvius already in Roman times. The mineral, fresh and fruity notes of the wine depend on this vine, grown on soils rich in chalk. It is excellent to accompany fish dishes. Find out more details on Vino.com. What are the characteristics of the Trigaio Feudi San Gregorio wine? The Trigaio Feudi San Gregorio DOCG is a young red wine made from Aglianico grapes. Perfect to accompany everyday meals. It is extremely fresh and young, with hints of cherry and raspberry, very balanced and fragrant. Feudi di San Gregorio has a perfect wine for every occasion, on Vino.com you will find the selection with the most competitive prices. Find out all the details about your favorite online wine shop. What are the characteristics of Falanghina Feudi San Gregorio? The white wine Falanghina del Sannio Feudi San Gregorio DOCG is a white wine obtained from Falanghina del Sannio grapes, a white grape variety whose origin is linked to the Greek-Balkan strains and whose name derives from the "phalanx", the poles to which the vine was traditionally linked in the past. Obtained from Falanghina grapes, it has a straw yellow color, with an intense aroma of white flowers and fruit, suitable for appetizers and aperitifs.

Feudo Arancio

Rich, balanced and with character: this is how we could summarize the wines made by Feudo Arancio, a Sicilian winery belonging to the Mezzocorona Group. We are in Sambuca di Agrigento, where, within a historic beam, tradition meets technology, to give voice to that Sicilian terroir that has been dedicated to viticulture for centuries. The vineyards of Feudo Arancio are endless to say the least, and extend over a vineyard area that exceeds seven hundred hectares, arranged along the southern coast of the island. Here, in vineyards kissed by a strong and vigorous sun, different varieties of white and red grape varieties are grown, both native and international, bred with the aim of high quality in balance with sustainable productions. And precisely "sustainability" is a word on which Feudo Arancio insists a lot, reducing chemical treatments to a minimum, installing solar panels for the production of electricity and hot water, and dedicating a project to the collection and conservation of water resources, goods as much as never precious in Sicily. Feudo Arancio therefore presents itself as a winery capable of combining quality, quantity and environmental responsibility. A great achievement, which gives birth to intense and full-bodied products, which with every sip tell the scents and flavors of a unique land.

Feudo Maccari

Feudo Maccari rises in one of the most enchanting places in Sicily, the Val di Noto. Here, taking advantage of natural factors favorable to viticulture, between the sea breezes and an almost constant solar exposure, and at the same time recovering one of the most ancient forms of cultivation, the sapling, which ensures a greater supply of sap that the plant can draw from soil and reflects more faithfully the characteristics of the soil at the expense of yields and a more meticulous care required plant by plant, Feudo Maccari manages to obtain labels of character, full of elegance.

Feudo Maccari

Fever-Tree

In 2004, Charles Rolls, former CEO of Plymouth Gin, and Tim Warrilow, formerly in the luxury food business, decided to create a range of soft drinks to address the market's lack of mixers that match the best spirits. Following in-depth research and numerous experiments, the two, still owners of the brand today, managed to find the right ingredients: rigorously selected 100% natural flavors, free of preservatives and synthetic sweeteners. In fact, cane sugar is used as the only sweetener for the entire Fever-Tree range, unlike other brands that use aspartame or saccharin. Today Fever-Tree reaches over 50 countries and is a world leader in the premium mixology sector. The name of the brand comes from the common jargon with which the Cinchona tree is called from which quinine is extracted, "Tree of fever" for its healing properties. Fever-Tree for the production of tonic water uses the purest quinine in the world supplied by a plantation of the Cinchona Ledgeriana variety on the border between Rwanda and Congo. The Ginger Beer and the Ginger Ale by Fever-Tree are produced, however, by mixing three types of ginger from the Ivory Coast for green ginger, whose peculiarity is its light and fresh aroma with hints of lime; from Kochi, India, where a variety of ginger with almost chocolatey notes is produced; from Nigeria for a ginger with an aromatic intensity suitable to balance the first two. Other key ingredients for the production of the Fever-Tree range are the extracts obtained from the peel of Sicilian lemons, grown on the slopes of Etna, aromatic herbs from Provence, bitter oranges from Tanzania and elderflower carefully hand-picked in the areas of Gloucestershire (United Kingdom). This is how products are born that best express the peculiarities of the refined ingredients and the territories of origin, enhancing their aromas and botanical properties.

Fifty Pounds

Finca Las Moras

Forerunner winery for the high-end wines of the San Juan de Cuyo region, Finca Las Moras is located in the north-western part of Argentina, in a splendid setting offered by the mulberry trees, in Spanish "morera" that surround the vineyards. hence the name. The most representative vines of Argentine viticulture, Shiraz and Malbec, find in this area particularly favorable growth conditions, with a dry and sunny climate, ideal for the production of grapes under organic farming, which allows to make truly refined wines.

Finca Sophenia

Finca Sophenia is one of the best Argentine wineries, known for the production of wines of the highest quality. The winery is located on the slopes of the beautiful Andes, in the famous Tupungato Valley, in the heart of the Mendoza region. The care and attention in the production processes, the experience of the people and the strong link with the territory, characterized by particular climatic conditions, are the strengths that have always guided the winery. Finca Sophenia wines are wines of great complexity, with a high concentration of fruit and an excellent aging capacity.

Fiorita

Firriato

It is located in the countryside of Trapani, and owns six estates: Baglio Sorìa, Borgo Guarini, Dàgala Borromeo and Pianoro Guddìa, dedicated to hilly viticulture in which the biodiversity of the vines is enhanced; Cavanera Etnea, in the volcanic territory of Etna where traditional vines are grown such as Nerello Mascalese, Nerello Cappuccio and Carricante and Calamoni di Favignana. In the island, the proximity of the sea gives the wines salinity and minerality, together with extraordinarily unique aromas. The geographical position offers continuous ventilation that guarantees a dry and mild climate throughout the year, which allows a particular niche production which, together with the wines of Etna, "are rare pearls that Firriato is collecting with its strategy of wine production ».

Fleur de Clinet

Fleur de Pedesclaux

Fleur du Cap

One of the most famous winery in the South African wine scene, Fleur du Cap, originated in 1968 in the historic and innovative underground cellar of Die Bergkelder in Stellenbosch, within the Western Cape province. Initially making wine only grapes owned, the company expanded in 1973 by expanding production to grapes from other collaborating companies. Today Fleur du Cap produces premium wines using only carefully selected grapes from the best vineyards around the Cape Winelands, diversifying a wide range of different wines such as Sémillon, Sauvignon Blanc, Chenin Blanc, Syrah and Pinotage, among the others.

Flor de Caña

Florio

Florio is a brand founded in 1833 in Marsala which, together with Corvo, forms the group of Duca di Salaparuta. It was Vincenzo Florio who started production, the son of a family of very important entrepreneurs in Sicily, active in various fields, from tuna traps to foundries and ceramic factories. With an important heritage behind him, therefore, Vincenzo started the business by building the splendid tuff cellars, which still welcome visitors to the company's headquarters in Marsala. Specialized in the production of sweet and passito wines, today Florio is among the leading companies of Marsala, coming from the vineyards owned by Grillo and Catarratto in the province of Marsala, but also of Passiti di Pantelleria, which come from Zibibbo grapes harvested and vinified directly on the island. The Marsala di Florio are sought after and appreciated by a vast public that goes beyond the Italian one and has received prestigious international awards assigned by personalities of the caliber of Robert Parker.

Fondreche

Fontaine Gagnard

Fontanafredda

Immersed in the Langhe, in a world of hills with ancient origins and traditions, Fontanafredda boasts over 150 years of history, full of passion, commitment, respect for the territory and a culture of taste. Even today, the winery preserves the testimonies of a noble past intact, but keeps intact the desire to innovate and experiment, to enhance what nature and history have given. Fontanafredda today represents a fundamental point of reference in the Piedmont area and beyond. Its wines are the perfect expression of the land in which they are born, and are perfected thanks to the creativity and work of men.

Fontbonau

Fontezoppa

Cantine Fontezoppa is located in Civitanova Marche, in the province of Macerata, with land divided between Serrapetrona, Civitanova Alta and Monti Azzurri, for a total of about 50 hectares of vineyards. The main purpose of the Marche company is the enhancement of local native vines (above all Vernaccia Nera) and the experimentation of the relationship between international vines and the territory of the Marche. This is thanks to a perfect climatic balance that favors the optimal growth of even very different blends. All this allows Fontezoppa to offer a wide range of high quality products: combining wines of the absolute Marche tradition with wines of a more international imprint.

Fontodi

The Fontodi farm is located in the heart of the Chianti Classico, in the valley that opens south of the town of Panzano del Chianti called Conca d'Oro. The terroir, renowned for centuries for its quality wine vocation, thanks to the unique combination of geological and climatic elements, allows the production of perfect grapes for the production of quality wines. Fontodi belongs to the Manetti family which, guided by a strong bond with the territory and a great passion for quality, cultivates vineyards with care and great respect for the environment, under organic farming. The cellar, modern and equipped with the most advanced technologies, allows you to operate with an approach of maximum respect towards the fruits of the earth and the environment.

Fonzone

Founded in 2005 in Partenopoli, in the heart of the enchanting Taurasi area, the Fonzone farm carries out a project aimed at producing wines of absolute excellence. The Lorenzo Fonzone Caccese family is dedicated with commitment to obtaining important results, animated by the passion for the wine product, but also by the responsibility of being within a territory, the cradle of great wines. The Fonzone company moves in the direction of sustainable viticulture, adopting principles of integrated pest management and minimizing the impact on the environment as much as possible, to protect biodiversity but above all the health of consumers.

Foradori

Foradori is a farm that dates back to 1939, when Vittorio Foradori buys the current winery in Mezzolombardo, in the province of Trento. In 1984 it was his daughter Elisabetta who took over the reins of the company, concentrating the production above all on the native Teroldego vine. In fact, in those years some of the company's flagship products were born, such as Garnet, Morei and Sgarzon, three well-characterized and distinct evolutions of this vine. The company totally converted to biodynamic in 2002 and 5 years later became part of the VinNatur group. In 2009 the Demeter certification arrives and the company joins the Renaissance des AOC group, always active in the field of biodynamics. Today Foradori has about 28 hectares of vineyards: 75% in Teroldego, 15% in Manzoni Bianco, 5% in Nosiola and a further 5% in Pinot Grigio. The knowledge of the rhythms of nature and its cycles are the basis of Elisabetta's philosophy, which carries on the mantra of respect for her vines, to create the most natural and expressive wines possible, which are the actual result of an extraordinary alpine terroir and the fruits of the vineyards.

Formidabile

Fornace

Forstmeister Geltz Zilliken

Fortuna

Foss Marai

Family tradition and love for the territory, craftsmanship and technological innovation: this is the recipe for the success of Foss Marai, a Treviso winery located in the heart of the Prosecco DOCG area of Conegliano-Valdobbiadene. Founded almost a hundred years ago, the company today holds a prestigious role for the excellent quality of its sparkling wines and the elegant design of the bottles. With a view to constant improvement, without ever being satisfied with the great successes achieved over time, Foss Marai works every day with passion and dedication to create excellent wines capable of satisfying modern tastes, without however following trends and always with a great respect for tradition.

Fossacolle

Foursquare

Francesco Bellei

Founded in 1920 in Bomporto, in the province of Modena, the Francesco Bellei winery bases its company philosophy on the practice of traditional winemaking, with natural fermentation in the bottle. The passion for wine and a great ability to understand and taste it meant that the winery produced, in addition to the traditional Lambrusco, also other sparkling wines with the Classic Method, giving life to labels of the highest quality. A limited production with attention to detail has led Francesco Bellei to be today a reference company, in Italy and abroad, for the production of Classic Method Sparkling Wines.

Francesco Rinaldi

Francesco Rinaldi e Figli

Francesco Rinaldi e Figli

Francis Ford Coppola

Making wine has been part of the Coppola family tradition for generations. Agostino Coppola, Francis' grandfather, made wine in the basement of his New York apartment in concrete vats he had built himself. The wines that Francis Ford Coppola produces today in California are not the same as Agostino's, but they are produced with the same spirit: that of being able to share them with friends and family. When the Coppola family decided to build their winery in California, they commissioned Corey Beck, a winemaker originally from Sonoma County, to produce wines that represented the quintessence of the region. Produced from grapes from different and characteristic microclimates of Sonoma, the wines of the Director's Cut range, which take their name from the version of the film that best reflects the director's vision, express the true character of the appellation. Each bottle pays homage to the history of cinema, with its label that recalls a strip of zoetrope, one of the first devices that reproduced the moving image. The strips reproduced on the labels are replicas of originals belonging to Francis Ford Coppola's personal collection.

Francois Chidaine

Francois Lurton

Francois Parent

Francois Raquillet

Frantz Chagnoleau

Franz Haas

Since 1880 and 7 generations, the Franz Haas company has been producing high quality wines, able to best express the peculiarities of the terroir in which they are created. All the company's vineyards, which have always been cultivated with great care and love for the land, are located in the municipalities of Montagna, Egna and Aldino, on the high hills in the province of Bolzano. The wines of the cellar, thanks to the characteristics of the territory and the climate, are recognized for their intense and pleasant aromas and for a marked acidity.

Franz Xaver Pichler

Fratelli Alessandria

Fratelli Alessandria

Frederic Cossard

Frederic Magnien

Freixenet

Frescobaldi

Frescobaldi

A noble Florentine family with over 700 years of winemaking history, that of the Frescobaldi, which for 30 generations has dedicated itself with passion, experience and skill to the production of great wines. The company's philosophy is based on solid and absolute principles, such as respect for tradition combined with openness to a great desire for experimentation, love for the territory and a continuous search for excellence. From the Chianti area to the Pomino area, from Montalcino to the Maremma, the Frescobaldi estates and their vineyards, thanks to a perfect knowledge of the environment and the uniqueness of the terroir, give life to wines of great quality and personality. Frescobaldi: from the best vineyards Frescobaldi chooses the most suitable territories for the vineyards, respecting the Tuscan territory and its extraordinary peculiarities, choosing the best Sangiovese Grosso for its Brunello di Montalcino , enhancing the native vines for Chianti Classico or experimenting new combinations at the ultra-modern Tenuta Ammiraglia, in Maremma, where the Alie rosé is born, an admirable blend of Vermentino and Syrah . Another estate of extraordinary importance for Frescobaldi is Pomino, the first estate in Tuscany to successfully experiment with Chardonnay grapes. Tradition and modernity, for an ancient company that looks to the future. Frescobaldi red wine Red wine is for Frescobaldi the pulsating engine of the company, for its historical value with labels such as Chianti Classico from Tenuta Perano, Brunello di Montalcino Castelgiocondo, Morellino di Scansano from Tenuta Ammiraglia. These are noble expressions of the native Tuscan vines, first of all the Sangiovese. Frescobaldi, however, is also synonymous with wines of great depth obtained from international vines, just think of Mormoreto, a happy marriage of Cabernet and Petit Verdot, or of Luce, which combines Sangiovese with Merlot. What is the best Frescobaldi wine? Luce is considered Frescobaldi's best wine. Now in its twenty-fifth vintage, this wine was born from the collaboration between Frescobaldi and Robert Mondavi, and is today a Super Tuscan wine appreciated all over the world, awarded every year by international guides. From which grapes is Remole Frescobaldi white wine born? Remole is one of Frescobaldi's oldest wineries, and here the Remole white wine is born, which combines Vermentino and Trebbiano in a glass of fresh aromas: it is a wine born to be shared, perfect to bring to the table every day.

Fritz Haag

Fritz Haag was born in 2005 when Oliver Haag took over the winery in the city of Brauneberg, along the left bank of the Moselle. A highly trained and experienced winemaker, Oliver obviously focuses his attention on Riesling, which produces some of its best results from this side of the Moselle. There are only seven hectares of Haag vineyards, which however have always maintained their quality standard unchanged: manual harvesting divided into several days - to allow the grapes to reach the right degree of ripeness - cold fermentations and without the addition of any yeast are the techniques carried out by Oliver to produce a deeply diversified line of Riesling of undisputed quality.

Fritz Haag

Fuga

Fuligni

The Fuligni winery and its vineyards are located on the eastern side of Montalcino, the classic area of Brunello, in the province of Siena. Its history dates back to the early 1900s, a period in which the Fuligni Visconti, an ancient family of Venetian origins, settled in Montalcino and began to devote themselves to the cultivation of vines and the production of wine. A long experience in the wine sector, a great love for wine and an absolute respect for an extraordinary land are the values on which every Fuligni activity is based and which have enabled the company to create and produce bottles that are small masterpieces. , famous not only in Italy but all over the world.

Fulvia Tombolini

Fulvia Tombolini inherits the family business, founded by her grandfather in 1921, which today bears her name. The entrepreneur from the Marches carries on a strong passion for the vineyard and quality wine handed down from generation to generation. The main objective of the company is to reach heights of qualitative excellence, safeguarding a peasant dimension that wants full respect for the environment and the territory. Fulvia Tombolini's wines are currently distributed, appreciated and recognized all over the world.

G'Vine

G.D. Vajra

G.H. Mumm

G.H. Mumm

Champagne GH Mumm was born from a noble German family dating back to the 12th century. The Mumms were already wine producers in the eighteenth century in Cologne, in particular with PA Mumm, a company that takes the name of the owner Peter Arnold Mumm. Peter Arnold's sons, Gottlieb, Jacobus and Philipp, sensing the great potential of the French Champagne region and its wines, decided to open a branch in Reims in 1827 with the coordination of a local winemaker named G. Hauser. From that moment on, the company's motto will be 'only the best', testifying to a tradition of excellence that wants to renew itself from generation to generation while respecting high quality levels in production. With 1852 another key figure, that of Georges Hermann Mumm, takes control of the company that will be called GH Mumm et Cie. From that moment on, Georges Hermann's constant commitment consists in spreading the Mumm brand all over the world the opening of several branches. He also created the 'Cordon Rouge' brand which will be a hallmark of quality for years to come. In fact, in 1876 he decided to embellish the neck of all the bottles of Cuvée Brut with a red silk ribbon in memory of the French honors Ordre Royal et Militaire de Saint Louis and the Grand Cordon de la Légion d'Honneur with which the highest officers. An ideological and promotional choice that will allow him to identify the history of Champagne with the History of France as it will also happen thanks to the intervention of the work of Utrillo and Foujita. To date, the Maison owns about 218 hectares of vineyards: Pinot Noir which occupies most of these with 78% and is located in the Montagne de Reims, while Chardonnay is grown in Cramant and Avize and Pinot Meunier in the Cóte des Blancs and in the Vallée de la Marne. 160 hectares of the Maison are classified as Grands Crus, located in the historic Champagne villages such as Ambonnay, Verzy and Avize, testifying to the great initiative that has been able to enter this region with strength and which for almost two centuries has been producing Champagne of recognized and appreciated quality. . In this regard, even the virtuous practice consisting in buying grapes directly rather than musts already in ancient times, guaranteed Mumm quality control in all production phases. Champagne GH Mumm Champagne GH Mumm is a symbol of elegance and refinement which, in addition to guaranteeing a competitive and high quality product, was destined to represent the history of France by exhibiting the most daring and characteristic traits. Behind a thriving family wine tradition, Mumm Champagne has been the wine most consumed by royal families across Europe. The same Court of England elected Mumm as its official supplier in 1904. Even today the Maison Mumm appears at the table of Queen Elizabeth II. What are the best pairings for Mumm Champagne? To suggest the best combinations for a Champagne Mumm, the first rule to follow concerns audacity: raw fish, risotto with scampi, diced cheeses are a perfect match. Only too bitter flavors should be avoided. What is the price of a Mumm Champagne? The price of a Mumm Champagne is between € 40 and € 100 depending on the refinement and the vintage. What are the characteristics of Champagne GH Mumm Brut? Among the characteristics of Champagne Mumm Brut, present in the Millésimé, Grand Cordon and Cordon Rosé versions, appear above all elegance and longevity. With a minimum aging of 20 months and a selection of more than 100 base wines, the Brut version faces a light dosage to give great intensity and charm to every sip.

Gabbas

Gaillard

Gaja

The Gaja family settled in Piedmont already in the mid-seventeenth century. Since then, 5 generations have alternated in wine production since Giovanni Gaja founded the winery in Barbaresco , in the Langhe area, in 1859. Currently, the family owns vineyards located in the Barbaresco and Barolo areas . The company's production choices have always been inspired by total dedication to quality, so much so as to make Gaja a leading brand on the Italian market. The patriarch of the company, Angelo Gaja, is one of those characters who have changed the events of Italian wine for the better, a marketing pioneer and the first to aim for the presence of his wines in the lists of the best restaurants in the world and in comparison with the most prestigious French red wines and more. Gaja Gaja was an innovator above all in the method, first of all to introduce the use of the barrique in Piedmont, and in the extreme selection, which brings his wines to a level far above the market in terms of price. Angelo Gaja's mantra is “To do, to know how to do, to know how to do, to make known”. His French grandmother taught him this, when the little winemaker was 11 years old, and it was the phrase that has always accompanied his life and the actions of a man who has never been afraid to confront himself, who knew how to learn, who above all has able to communicate its wines, making them a symbol of Made in Italy in the world. Gaja red wine The most famous Gaja red wine is probably the Barbaresco , obtained exclusively from the selection of Nebbiolo grapes in the vineyards owned by the company, and followed step by step by the Gaja family. Aged in barrique, in large casks or in bottles, year after year each of its Barbarescos gets top marks both from national guides such as Gambero Rosso and Vitae and from international critics such as Wine Spectator , Robert Parker and James Suckling. Much more than a simple red wine: Gaja is synonymous with collectible wines, wines present only in the best restaurants in the world, for a luxury company that is luxury itself, with legendary wines such as Barbaresco 1985, defined by the magazine Wine Spectator “the best wine ever produced in Italy”. What is the longevity of Gaja Barbaresco? The Gaja Barbaresco has a longevity that can be comparable to the great Barolos or the great Brunello and Nebbiolo . What is the best pairing of Gaja Barolo? Gaja Barolo is an ideal wine to pair with noble and important dishes such as game, great roasts or long-aged cheeses such as Castelmagno. However, if you share it with someone who loves red wines, we recommend that you taste it as a meditation wine to appreciate every single nuance.

Galardi

Game of Thrones

To celebrate the eighth and final season of the beloved Game of Thrones series (Game of Thrones, in Italian), which premieres on April 14th, Diageo in collaboration with HBO has released a limited edition collection. of single malt whiskey from the most iconic Scottish distilleries. Names like Cardhu, Clynelish, Lagavulin, Talisker. The range consists of eight whiskeys in total, seven corresponding to the houses of the Seven Kingdoms of Westeros, each with its seal on the label (e.g. the three-headed dragon for House Targaryen, the gray direwolf for House Stark), plus a 'eighth scotch whiskey which is inspired by the characters of the Night's Watch. It is a very varied collection, ranging from the Singleton of Glendullan Select, in which fruity hints of orange and red fruit compote predominate, with references of vanilla cheesecake, to finish with Talisker, in which distinct notes of Sichuan pepper are found, together with smoky and dark chocolate notes.

Gantenbein

Garon

Gaston de Casteljac

Gavioli

GD Vajra

Geantet Pansiot

Gemma

Geografico

Agricoltori del Chianti Geografico was born in 1961 from the meeting of 17 winemakers united by a common goal: to produce and promote the wines of Radda, Gaiole and Castellina in Chianti. Since then, the Chianti Geografico community has grown, so much so that many more winemakers have been brought together and the historic Gaiole winery has been founded. In 1989 a second winery was built in San Gimignano and from 2018 Agricoltori del Chianti Geografico became part of Tenute Piccini and gathers 60 producer members, whose vineyards fall within the Chianti Classico , Chianti Colli Senesi and Vernaccia di San Gimignano appellations. Geografico wines represent Tuscany and its most important denominations. In fact, the Chianti Classico Geografico is obtained from vineyards located between the municipalities of Castellina in Chianti, Gaiole in Chianti, Radda in Chianti and Castelnuovo Berardenga, the territories of origin of Chianti. Chianti Colli Senesi is produced with grapes grown in the province of Siena and Vernaccia di San Gimignano with grapes from the vineyards of the Tuscan town of the same name. The beating heart of the Geografico are the people, who have been working continuously for more than half a century, demonstrating a strong sense of identity and great respect for the territory and for the Sangiovese grape. Chianti Geografico red wine Among the red wines of the Farmers of the Chianti Geografico we cannot fail to mention the Chianti Classico Contessa di Radda. Produced for the first time in 1978, the name derives from the Countess Willa of Tuscany, mother of the "Great Baron", the Marquis Ugo of Tuscany , mentioned by Dante in the Divine Comedy. Countess Willa played a central role in the strategic expansion of Radda in Chianti, which is why her face was chosen to identify the Chianti Geografico. On Vino.com you will find the best selection of Geografico Contessa di Radda red wine, not only the vintage Chianti Classico Contessa di Radda, a red wine made from Sangiovese and Merlot grapes from vineyards cultivated on a calcareous and marl-rich soil , but also the Chianti Classico Riserva Contessa di Radda, made from Sangiovese, Cabernet Sauvignon and Colorino grapes, very fruity and velvety. What are the characteristics of the Chianti Geografico? Chianti Geografico is a still and dry red wine belonging to the Chianti DOCG denomination. The grapes from which it is obtained are Sangiovese and Canaiolo nero, grown on a sandy soil rich in pebbles. Impossible not to appreciate it, given the particularly spicy notes and fresh taste that characterize it. In addition to the Chianti Geografico DOCG, another interesting Geografico red wine is Pevera, a Tuscan IGT whose name derives from the wooden funnel that was used in the past to pour wine into oak barrels, much appreciated by lovers of Sangiovese blends. with international blends such as Cabernet Sauvignon and Syrah . Discover the details of Geografico wines on Vino.com. What are the characteristics of Brunello di Montalcino Geografico? Brunello di Montalcino Geografico is one of the flagships of the cooperative, it is a still and dry red wine obtained from a careful selection of Sangiovese Grosso grapes, a local clone of Sangiovese present only in Montalcino and called Grosso for its grapes from thick peel. Thanks to the peel, color, polyphenols and tannins are transferred to the wine, which is why Brunello di Montalcino Geografico is a wine with intense, full-bodied and important aromas.

Georg Breuer

Georg Breuer

The Georg Breuer company has its origins in the 19th century, when the estate - today's headquarters of the company in Rüdesheim am Rhein, in the Rheingau region - was taken over by the Breuer family from a merchant wine company. From that moment on, the Breuer family increased their wine production exponentially by extending the vineyards around the estate. 34 hectares today as then, located in the splendid terroir of Rüdesheim and Rauenthal, lands suited as few to the production of the great Rieslings: 81% of the varieties are made up of Riesling, with 10% of Pinot Noir, 4% of Pinto Grigio and the remaining 5% to Pinot Bianco, Heunisch and Orléans. Breuer produces great wines and great Rieslings, following a minimalist philosophy that reduces the interventions in the cellar to the essentials: aging in wood, permanence on the yeasts and malolactic fermentation. The selection of the grapes is however the most important moment for the creation of these great wines, where it is necessary to wait for the perfect maturation of each single grape, which will then be the starting point for the creation of these white wines, universally appreciated and discussed by critics. of all the world.

Georges Lignier et Fils

Georges Noellat

Gerard Julien

Ghizzano

Giacobazzi

Giacomelli

Giacomo Conterno

Giacomo Conterno

Giacomo Fenocchio

Giacomo Fenocchio

The Fenocchio farm was founded in 1864 in the heart of the typical Barolo area, thanks to Giacomo Fenocchio's passion for wine. For over five generations, the winery has been managed from father to son, always keeping the wine tradition and experience alive and constant. The Fenocchio brothers personally take care of the cultivation and processing of their vineyards, which are carried out with modern techniques, preserving the ecological balance and respect for the environment. Fenocchio focuses its production around the great red wines, which thanks to their personality perfectly express the Piedmontese terroir.

Gianfranco Alessandria

Gianfranco Fino

Gianfranco Fino

Gianni Brunelli

Gianni Brunelli

Gibson

Gilbert et Christine Felettig

Gin Mare

Gin Mare is a fresh and innovative gin , linked both in concept and in taste to the Mediterranean Sea. It recalls its historical memory, which has seen the succession of deeply different peoples and cultures, represented by the various botanicals that compose it: Spanish citrus and Arbequina olives, Italian basil, Greek thyme and rosemary from Turkey. These are characteristic and symbolic ingredients of the different territories of origin that are distilled separately, botany by botany, and also the final assembly is made respecting the peculiarities of each of it. All these precautions combine to create a notably different aromatic profile compared to other gins. Gin Mare: the very essence of nightlife. Drinking Gin Mare will transport you to the Spanish coasts in the height of summer, with their eternal blue sky, the characteristic scent of rosemary, basil and thyme, the sea breeze on the skin ... a Gin that is the very essence of summer fun, because it is born in small town of Villanova i la Geltru (inside a chapel of an 18th century monastery), near Barcelona, a favorite destination for those who love Spanish nightlife and nightlife. Thanks to its unique taste, Gin Mare lends itself more than any other Gin to the preparation of cocktails, which is why it is the favorite of bartenders from all over the world! Buy Gin Mare online: a few clicks to enjoy its unique taste Buy Gin Mare online at Vino.com and enjoy its unique taste in your Gin Tonic: organize a party with friends, just a few ingredients are enough to recreate the authentic Barcelona nightlife. There is a perfect Gin Mare for everyone: the special pack with the lantern, for example, allows you to immediately create a summer and trendy atmosphere, the gift boxes dedicated to Caprera and Pantelleria, plus the Myrtle Salt Flower and the legendary Capers of Pantelleria. If you want to be ready to celebrate with just a few clicks, then you can order the Gin Mare & Tonic Duo Pack Cocktail Kit or the Gin Mare Home Bar Cocktail Kit online and start inviting friends! What are the ingredients that make Gin Mare unique? Among the key ingredients of Gin Mare we find Mediterranean aromatic herbs such as rosemary, thyme and basil. Aromatic herbs such as rosemary give Gin Mare a woody smell, the key aroma also found in juniper berries, the main ingredient in most gins. Juniper berries contain another aromatic and herbaceous note, also present in basil (which also gives aromatic notes of anise and balsamic notes such as cinnamon). The real secret of Gin Mare, however, are the small black Arbequina olives, which give it a distinctive element, completing its fruity notes with their fragrant and herbaceous aroma of green grass, similar to that of tomatoes. What is the strength of Gin Mare? The Gin Mare gradation is around 43 °, which is why it is ideal to combine with your favorite tonic water for a Gin Tonic with fresh Mediterranean scents. Where does Gin Mare come from? Each bottle of Gin Mare is produced in the Villanova i la Geltru distillery, an ancient fishing village between the Costa Brava and the Costa Dorada a few steps from Barcelona.

Gini

Giodo

Giodo

Giorgio Pelissero

Giovanni Canonica

Giovanni Canonica

Giovanni Montisci

Giovanni Rosso

Giovanni Rosso

Giribaldi

Girlan

The Girlan Winery was born in the town of Girlan in Trentino Alto Adige, thanks to 23 winegrowers, in 1923. Currently the Winery has more than 200 winemakers, spread over 220 hectares of vineyards in the most renowned production areas of Oltradige and Bassa Atesina . A company that has come a long way and that today enjoys an excellent reputation, given the quality of its excellent wines. The enormous success and the excellent quality of its products are due both to the optimal territory in which the vineyards are located and to the human factor: that of the winemakers and winemaker, Gerhard Kofler, who maintains a close relationship with the partners lenders. The Girlan Winery has two objectives: on the one hand to re-evaluate the historical grapes of the territory such as Schiava, Pinot Bianco, Sauvignon and Pinot Nero and on the other hand to create wines of character, with international grapes but always linked to the territory of origin.

Giuseppe Cortese

Giuseppe Cortese

Giuseppe Giusti

Giuseppe Mascarello e Figlio

Giuseppe Quintarelli

The Giuseppe Quintarelli winery represents the true essence of the winemaking tradition of the splendid panorama of Valpolicella. The company is located on the rolling hills of Negrar, a wonderful terroir known for the production of excellent and high quality wines. The strong bond with the territory, family tradition and experience are the values that have guided the winery for years. Quintarelli wines, thanks to their inimitable characteristics and uniqueness in aromas, are the perfect expression of the territory of origin, becoming a real point of reference for all Amarone producers.

Giuseppe Rinaldi

Giuseppe Rinaldi

Giuseppe Sedilesu

The Giuseppe Sedilesu farm was born 35 years ago on the hills in the province of Nuoro, in Sardinia. The recently built winery was conceived and created in a sustainable way, with materials certified by organic construction: cellular concrete, stone and wood. Respect for tradition and for the quality of the grapes, fundamental for the creation of quality wines that fully express the potential and characteristics of the territory, are the basis of the company philosophy. In each bottle of Giuseppe Sedilesu we find the aromas and flavors that are part of the Sardinian tradition.

Glen Grant

GlenDronach

Glenfarclas

Glenfiddich

Glenglassaugh

Glenmorangie

Glenmorangie, a historic Scottish company producing Single Malt Whiskey, was born in 1843, when William Matheson founded his distillery on the banks of the Dornoch Firth, in the Scottish Highlands. Since then, Glenmorangie has been producing without compromise among the most sought after and appreciated Scottish whiskeys on the market, produced by the great master distillers of the house. In addition to the great classics of traditionally aged Scottish whiskeys, creative and innovative whiskeys are the strength of the distillery, which has been able to go beyond the typical production of Single Malts and is characterized by its most particular whiskeys, refined in Sauternes and Sherry casks. , Porto and Bourbon, thus combining a mix of extraordinary and completely authentic aromas and scents that are today among the most sought after for lovers of the most curious Single Malts.

Goldeneye

Gordon's

Gottardi

Founded in 1986 by a family of wine merchants, the Weingut Gottardi winery is located in Mazzon, a hamlet of Egna, in the heart of the DOC Alto Adige. These soils, due to the characteristics of the soil and their microclimate, are particularly suited for the cultivation of Pinot Noir, and it is to this unique but also difficult vine that the Gottardi family has decided to dedicate itself, body and soul. Since 2010 Alex Gottardi, the last owner of the company, has worked hard to maintain the high quality standards achieved in the past, ensuring the utmost care both in the vineyard and in the cellar. Pinot Nero di Gottardi has been recognized several times as one of the best in Italy and is now distributed and appreciated all over the world.

Goulee by Cos d'Estournel

Graci

Graci is a winery founded in 2004 in Sicily, on the northern slopes of the imposing Etna volcano. Graci wines always demonstrate a unique and inimitable personality: the style of the reds is decisive and recognizable, with full and harmonious hints, while the whites leave room for a truly remarkable and unmistakable minerality and flavor. Grapes and volcanoes, the delicacy and strength of nature, these are the protagonists of Graci's wines, great interpreters of an extraordinary terroir.

Gracia

Grand Marnier

Grattamacco

Podere Grattamacco is the estate of the Colle Massari group of the Tipa family, located in Lugagnano, on the top of a hill overlooking the sea, between Castagneto Carducci and Bolgheri, in an area particularly suited for the production of great red wines. In fact, due to its singular position, the vineyards can enjoy a dry and temperate climate, with significant temperature variations, especially in late summer. 50 hectares, organically grown, of Sangiovese, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Petit Verdot, Cabernet Franc and Vermentino and 40 years of history, have made Grattamacco a company capable of distinguishing itself for the refinement and quality of its wines: deep , elegant and perfectly balanced at the same time.

Gravner

The Gravner Francesco Agricultural Company was born in Oslavia, a small fraction of Friuli Venezia Giulia, located on the Collio hills. A company that is very attentive and sensitive to the Earth, to its lunar phases, to the seasons; a company that has a deep respect for nature. Just as peasants did in the past; they were very attentive to the influence of the planets and to the phases of the moon, they always checked before carrying out work, to identify the most suitable moment in which to intervene. The Gravner family reminds us that nature already has everything it needs; man has only to try to make the best of it, even when the wind blows in the opposite direction. Man's task is only to guide and heal it, but above all to curb the urge to modify, cut and build: sometimes nature just needs silence, love and time. It is from this winning philosophy that the excellent Gravner wines are born.

Greenock Creek

Gremillet

The Champagne Gremillet winery is located in a small village 45 kilometers from Troyes, the historic capital of Champagne south of Paris. Founded in 1979, but with a long winemaking tradition behind it, the company creates wines of the highest quality, as evidenced by the numerous international awards received. The values that have always guided the production of the Gremillet family are perfectionism, audacity and authenticity, essential for creating excellent wines, which amaze from the first taste and are immediately recognizable, thanks to their strong personality.

Grey Goose

Grifalco

Gros Frere et Soeur

Gualdo del Re

Guicciardini

Guicciardini Strozzi

Tenute Guicciardini Strozzi boast a history spanning over a thousand years; the oldest document that testifies to the existence of the property of Cusona, where the company is based, located in the green Tuscan hills in front of San Gimignano, dates back to the year 994. The history of the two families, the Guicciardinis and the Strozzi, united several times by blood ties, is marked by illustrious personalities, who over the centuries have had great influence in economic and political life are not in Tuscany, but also in Italy and Europe. Over 20 different types of wines are produced in the Guicciardini Strozzi estates. Among the most prestigious labels we find Vernaccia di San Gimignano, produced for the first time as early as 1200 and recited by Dante, Michelangelo and Boccaccio.

Guillaume Selosse

Gunpowder

Gusbourne

Gustave Lorentz

The winery was born thanks to the Lorentz family's passion of the wine world, handed down for generations for about 250 years. The winery is located in the gentle hills of Altenberg, in the wonderful village of Bergheim, in the heart of the Alsace region. Gustave Lorentz uses the most modern technologies of vinification, aging and bottling, which allow it to reach high quality standards. Charles Lorentz, the founder, is constantly driven by a strong passion that has allowed him to achieve a production of wines of great prestige. Thus, Riesling, Pinot Grigio, Gewürztraminer and other varieties, these are the indigenous vines used by the winery, which perfectly express the ticipity of the terroir of origin.

Guy Amiot

Guy Charlemagne

Guy Charlemagne

H. Goutorbe

H. Lun

The H.Lun company, the oldest private winery in South Tyrol, was founded about 170 years ago by the entrepreneurial ability and courage of the founder Alois H. Lun. The vines grown in the Cornaiano area, both native and international, enjoy excellent conditions ideal pedoclimatic conditions in which they find maximum expression with a mild climate that offers over 300 sunny days a year, the presence of the Alps in the north that protect the region from the cold northern winds and the warm currents of the Mediterranean and Lake Garda that caress the screws. For years now owned by the Girlan Winery, H. Lun produces wines of aromatic intensity, refined maturation and territoriality divided into two ranges: the 1840 base line and the Sandbichler line.

Hanyu

Harlan Estate

Hauner

Carlo Hauner, from Brescia of Bohemian origin transplanted to the Aeolian Islands, is the founder and creator of the farm that bears his name, located on the island of Salina. Forty years after its birth, the company is today a reference reality for both Sicilian and national winemaking, thanks to the excellent work carried out both in the vineyard and in the cellar and to the peculiarities of a territory particularly suited to a viticulture of quality. In addition to a wonderful production of Malvasia delle Lipari, the entire collection of wines created by Hauner offers intense emotions, enclosing in each bottle enchanting and characteristic aromas of the land in which they come to life.

Heidsieck & Co. Monopole

Hendrick's

Gin Hendrick's is produced in the Girvan Distillery is a gin produced in small batches in the Ayrshire region of Scotland, distilled in ancient stills and characterized by an unusual blend, consisting of 11 botanical species, some classic but others absolutely extravagant for the category: yarrow, coriander, juniper, chamomile, cumin seeds, cubeb berries, elderflower, orange peel, lemon peel, angelica and iris root, damask rose petals and cucumber, an ingredient that made it the most famous . Hendrick's Gin has been produced since 1999 but was born a little earlier, thanks to a successful purchase of two ancient stills, in 1966. After years of experimentation Lesley Grace developed the recipe, creating a brand of absolute originality, destined to score for always the history of spirits. The brand is curated with the sole objective of focusing on a unique and authentic “Englishness”. Its taste is so elegant that in 2003 the Wall Street Journal named it the best gin in the world. Gin Hendrick's Gin Hendrick's has maintained its formula over time because, although today there are 10 hands working together in the gin palace under the direct supervision of Master Distiller Lesley Gracie, each batch is made in just 500 liters at a time to allow for the unique touch and the elegance of Lesley. The peculiarity of this Gin is also in the distillation, as it is distilled not in one, but in two completely dissimilar types of stills, which manage to create an unusually soft gin like no other that has the required character and balance of subtle flavors. The two types of this particular set of stills are the Bennett, an ancient copper pot dating back to 1860, and the Carter-Head, from 1948 (a rare still of which only a few examples exist today). Hendrick's Gin Hendrick's is very versatile in cocktails thanks to its fresh and full taste. Ideal in Gin Tonic and Gin Mule, it can give satisfaction even in the wrong Garibaldi, and represents an excellent combination with the aromaticity of basil in the Gin Basilico Smash. Protagonist in the unusual cucumber lemonade, it is also ideal for classic cocktails such as Negroni , which is why it is the Gin that cannot be missing in the supply of a passionate bartender. How do you prepare a perfect Hendrick's Tonic? The perfect Hendrick's Tonic is made with Hendrick's Gin, tonic water, ice and a few slices of cucumber to complete. What is the average price of Hendrick's Gin? Hendrick's Gin has a price ranging from 25 to 30 euros, and goes up to 40-50 euros for special editions such as Gin Midsummer Solstice Limited Release Hendrick's

Hennessy

A name certainly among the most relevant and synonymous with the great Cognac, that of the maison Hennessy, which was born in 1765 in the French city of Cognac thanks to its founder Richard Hennessy - an Irish officer who served in the army of Louis XV. The distillery, which today is owned by the French group LMVH, is probably the most important in the field of cognacs, having helped to create the certification acronym for brandy and cognac VSOP - Very Superior Old Pale - when King George IV of Gran Brittany commissioned the maison to produce an aged cognac of superior quality. Since then, the maison has continued in the mission of creating cognacs of excellence, appreciated all over the world and which already in the nineteenth century traveled in ships to Europe, the United States, China and Russia and which still today constitutes an essential reality of cognacs.

Henri Boillot

Henri Bourgeois

In the heart of the prestigious AOC Sancerre and Pouilly-Fumé, in Chavignol, lies Henri Bourgeois, a 72-hectare domaine in the terroir where Sauvignon Blanc reaches its greatest expressions. From a tradition that counts 10 generations, Bourgeois has always based the production on Sauvignon Blanc and Pinot Noir, grown in very different vineyards, which make up a real geological mosaic: from the calcareous-clayey marls, to those of marine origin up to soils with more presence of silicon. And Bourgeois wines are the evolution of this extraordinary terroir, which thanks to the skilled hands of the winemakers and a respectful winemaking of the nature and traditions of these places, manages to create the great whites of Sancerre and Pouilly-Fumé, products appreciated everywhere , which certainly doesn't need much introduction.

Henri Magnien

Henri Naudin-Ferrand

Henriot

Henriot

Henry of Pelham

Henry's Drive

Henschke

Herencia Altes

Heresztyn

Heresztyn Mazzini

Hernö

Herradura

Herve Souhaut

Heymann Lowenstein

Hibiscus

Immersed in a suggestive landscape, made of vineyards overlooking the sea, surrounded by dry stone walls and prickly pear hedges, the small Hibiscus winery stands as the only symbol of Ustica viticulture, an island with very rare pedo-climatic conditions, given by 'combination of proximity to the marine expanse and soil of volcanic origin well exposed to the sun and a breezy climate. From native vines such as Inzolia, Catarratto, Grillo and Nero d'Avola are produced wines that reflect the island environment, real concentrated nectars of aromas.

Highland Park

Hine

Hobbs

Hofstatter

A secular company among the largest in South Tyrol , J. Hofstätter is a project that embodies the highest quality and elegance of the South Tyrolean territory, now in its fourth generation led by Martin Foradori Hofstätter. The estate extends east and west of the Adige river valley, taking advantage of a variety of altitudes, exposures and microclimates of the Bassa Atesina and which have led to the definition of optimal growth areas for both white and white grape varieties. red berried. The use of separate vinification, particle by particle, ultimately allows us to bring out the best expression of each vineyard, as pointed out by Paolo Foradori, father of Martin. Paolo is responsible not only for strengthening the bond with the vineyard of origin, which is shown on the label like a French Cru, but above all for the work done on the Mazon plateau, making it a sacred temple of the Pinot Nero grape and a particularly appreciated place. by enthusiasts from all over Italy. Hofstätter Hofstätter farm is located in Kolbenhof, in an area already used by the Jesuits of Innsbruck who vinified their wine as early as the 18th century. Not far from the farm there are the most important vineyards for this estate, such as the historic Pirchschrait parcel, which has always been cultivated in Gewürztraminer and the Rechtenthal Castle Vineyard, a steep vineyard along the bank of the Höllentalbach stream characterized by a unique microclimate. Here, thanks to the fresh winds that descend from Mount Roen, the grapes ripen slowly and are harvested no earlier than late November, manually selecting the overripe grapes one by one. Further downstream is the Steinraffler vineyard, at 250 m asl, on the slopes of the Kolbenhof and at the foot of the Söll-Sella mountain. The other important Hofstätter vineyard is dedicated to Pinot Noir and is located on the Mazon plateau: here the rows are caressed by the "Ora" wind that blows until late in the evening allowing the grapes to remain dry and healthy, and Pinot Noir it has been cultivated in this area for over 160 years. Hofstätter White wine Hofstätter's white wine is certainly the most famous: Gewürztraminer, Sauvignon , Pinot Grigio combine elegance and complexity. J. Hofstätter was the first winery in South Tyrol to introduce the term Vigna on the label, identifying the wines that come from individual vineyards owned by the example of the great French crus. In fact, in each vineyard, specific conditions are created more favorable to certain vines that Hofstätter has selected over the years, with vineyards ranging from 250 meters to more than 1000 meters and award-winning wines such as De Vite, Pinot Nero Meczan, Gewürztraminer Joseph, that tell the South Tyrolean territory more than any other. What is the most famous Hofstatter Pinot Nero? The most famous Hofstatter Pinot Nero is undoubtedly the Mazon Reserve, aged for 12 months in small oak barrels, for 6 months in large oak barrels and for a further 12 months in the bottle, before being put on the market. How does the Hofstätter Gewurztraminer Kolbenhof match? Hofstätter Gewurztraminer Kolbenhof is a complex and intriguing white wine, perfect in combination with shellfish and structured fish, and ideal with foie gras and typical Thai dishes.

Holger Koch

Hortevie

Hospices de Beaune

Hubert Lamy

Hubert Lignier

Hugel

Hunawihr

The Hunawihr Wine Cellar is located in the heart of Alsace, a few kilometers north of Colmar, in one of the most prestigious and historically rich French wine regions. The estate extends over precious soils of predominantly limestone matrix, with vineyards in the municipalities of Hunawihr, Ribeauvillé and Riquewihr. The area is blessed with a perfect climate for the vine. The Vosges massif blocks the perturbations coming from the west, guaranteeing a mild, sunny climate with very low rainfall. The soils are heterogeneous and all very suitable, consisting of a mix of granite, schist, limestone and clays. Thanks to vineyards of extraordinary value, La Cave follows a philosophy of enhancing the terroir, vinifying the grapes of the various parcels separately, to highlight their distinctive character. Thus was born a complete and varied range of wines, capable of giving an authentic voice to the facets of the territory. It is a vineyard that has more than 900 years of history. The first evidence of the vineyards of Hunawihr dates back to 1123 and in the following centuries viticulture continued to be a fundamental element of the region. At the end of the Second World War, the Alsatian vineyard was devastated and in a state of neglect. Small producers struggled to recover on their own. In 1954 the vignerons of Hunawihr decided to try to cope with the crisis situation, pooling their forces to make wine and sell their wines together. Thus began a period of intense work to restore splendor to the vineyards and build the building of the Cave. The first Coopérative in Alsace and the third in France was born. After more than 50 years of serious and meticulous work, the Cave Vinicole de Hunawihr is known as one of the best brands in the region. Today the Cave manages about 200 hectares, 12 of which are dedicated to Crémant d'Alsace, 13 in the AOC Grands Crus d'Alsace, in the terroirs of Rosacker, Froehn, Sporen, Schoenenbourg, Osterberg and the rest in the Hunawihr, Riquewihr area and Zellenberg. The harvests take place with selection in the vineyard of the best, richest, healthiest and ripest bunches. The soft pressing is followed by fermentation in stainless steel tanks, divided by vine and by single parcel. Each wine then follows the most suitable refinement path to enhance its best characteristics and to express all its aromatic potential. In general, Alsatian wines need at least 12-18 months after harvest to reach expressive maturity. The range of wines includes “Les vins traditions Réserve”, fresh and fruity; “Les vins de terroirs Lieux-dits, Vieilles Vignes”, which arise from selected plots; “Les Grands Crus d'Alsace”, which represent the qualitative apex of the AOC Alsace appellation; “Les Crémants d'Alsace” and finally “Les Vendanges Tardives et Sélection de Grains Nobles”, sweet wines of extraordinary charm.

Hyde de Villaine

I Borboni

I Tirreni

Located in one of the most enchanting landscapes of Tuscany, Bolgheri and the Alta Maremma, I Tirreni is a project shared between two young enthusiasts of viticulture and enology, who undertake a high-level specialized training course and gain experience in prestigious Italian and French. Tirreni was the name with which the Greeks called the inhabitants of the coast, the Etruscans, known for piracy, their flag sported dolphins, and for the production and trade of wine. Legend has it that the demigod Bacchus found himself wandering around the Mediterranean when he asked the people of the Tyrrhenians for a ride. They decided to kidnap him to gain an advantage in the trade and production of wine but when the demigod understood their intentions he transformed the rudders of the ships and the sailors who had dived into the sea into dolphins into branches.

I Vignaioli di Santo Stefano

IDDA

Il Borro

The Il Borro estate is located in Valdarno, Tuscany, at the foot of Mount Pratomagno, in a privileged position for the cultivation of vines and the production of wine. The characteristics of the terroir were decisive in the choice of vines to be planted as, in 1993, after careful analysis, the old vines were planted to make room for the varieties that best adapt to the characteristics of the place. Sustainability is the principle underlying Il Borro's wine production. Respect for nature, the territory and wine are the company guidelines and are found in all the activities carried out on the estate.

Il Marroneto

Il Poggio

Il Poggione

Il Poggione

Historic company of Brunello di Montalcino, Il Poggione, which owes its origins to a Florentine landowner named Lavinio Franceschi, who arrived in these lands by chance at the end of the 19th century. The company, which had been producing and trading its own wines since the early 1900s, was among the founding members of the Brunello di Montalcino Consortium and today, a reference point for lovers of this wine. There are 530 hectares of land, 140 of which are vineyards, most of which obviously are Sangiovese - which has always dominated unchallenged in these parts. Sustainable agriculture and reduced interventions in the vineyard are just some of the precautions of this company, which aims at the quality and substance of a product that must necessarily be the result of a great terroir like Montalcino.

Illva Saronno

The story of Illva Saronno stems from the ancient recipe of an amber liqueur, which served as a refreshment for the young Bernardino Luini, a painter and pupil of Leonardo who moved to Lombardy. This recipe was handed down from generation to generation by the Reina family from 1600 until the beginning of the last century, when Domenico Reina decided to sell this product in his shop-laboratory in the center of Saronno: the Domenico Reina Coloniali. From this small business, Illva Disaronno was born, today a leading company in over 160 countries. Illva Disaronno Illva Disaronno owns prestigious brands that have made the history of Made in Italy liqueurs and spirits, such as Amaretto Disaronno, delicious in its Velvet version, the historic Rabarbaro Zucca and Isolabella liqueurs. Vodka Illva Disaronno However, Illva Disaronno has also expanded its range to include the best international spirits and spirits, such as Vodka, with Arctic Vodka, Whiskey , with the prestigious Irish whiskey The Busker , and Rum , with the Rump @ blic line created for mixology.

Inama

On the gentle Veronese hills of the municipality of San Bonifacio, stands the Inama winery, a reference point, for over twenty years, in the production of excellent wines of the Italian wine scene. The idea of the founder Giuseppe Inama was to make known the territory of Soave, whose image has been very tarnished for years, through a fine interpretation of the Sauvignon which, grown for the first time in this land, had managed to give life to an entirely new version of the French variety. Thus was born, in 1991, the Classico Vulcaia Sauvignon, from which the fermented version in wood that takes the name of Vulcaia Fumé, appreciated immediately thanks to its fatness and the component of citrus, tropical fruit and coffee.

Inessa

A legend reports news on the ancient Sicilian city of Inessa from which our wines derive their name. There is a character who lives in mythology as a symbol of duplicity: it is the Satyr Silenus, tutor of Dionysus, the god of wine who, in addition to excess, embodies the geometry of life. The Satyr remains a fascinating figure, a guide who initiates the life of the woods and establishes a particularly intimate relationship with nature. The legend that binds the satyr to the ancient city of Inessa strengthens the bond between Dionysus, son of Zeus and Semele, and the satyr Silenus: just around Inessa, the latter decides to initiate the god of wine to the surprising promises of the drink after Semele is incinerated by the thunderbolt of the king of Olympus. Inessa reproduces this sumptuous heritage with an Etna Rosso, a fine blend of Nerello Mascalese and Nerello Cappuccio, an austere, elegant and structured wine. On the other hand, Etna Bianco is a wine that shines with minerality, balance and freshness, a successful combination of acidity and softness that in the herbaceous and fruity tones resolves all the ambivalence of our two intoxicating figures.

Intipalka

Iovem

Isolabella

Isole e Olena

The Isole e Olena winery is located on the gentle hills of Barberino Val d'Elsa, in the province of Florence. Owned by the De Marchi family since 1960, it is now led by Paolo, who has made attention to detail, both in the vineyard and in the cellar, his guidelines. This great care of all the production phases, supported by a great experience in the wine sector and the collaboration of a team of trained professionals, has allowed Isole and Olena to significantly increase, in recent years, the quality level of their wines, which today they can be considered real excellences.

Isole e Olena

Italicus

J&B

J. Bally

J. Berry

J. de Telmont

J. Gasco

During the Prohibition era, speakeasies, businesses that illegally sold alcoholic beverages, spread. Giuseppe Gasco, known as Joseph, emigrated from Italy to help his uncle Vito in his transport company, an activity that was actually a cover for the real family business: the production and distribution of alcohol. Realizing that the clandestine market offered poor quality spirits, he decided to exploit the knowledge learned from his pharmacist father for the preparation of tonics, digestives and decoctions, to create a line of drinks that mixed with spirits could give light cocktails with a surprising taste. His line of soda drinks was a success and since then everyone wanted to try the cocktails made with the drinks of the little Italian-American from Gallipoli, known as the cock-man. Today the name J. Gasco is synonymous with natural drinks created with high quality ingredients, ideal to be mixed with alcohol or to be drunk neat as a non-alcoholic drink.

J. Lohr

Jack Daniel's

Jack Daniel's spirits not only represent today the most famous and iconic Tennessee Whiskeys , but above all tell the story of a personal recovery, that of Jasper Newton Daniel, aka Jack, who was raised by Reverend Dan Call and his African servant- American Nathan "Nearest" Green, from whom he learned the art of distillation. Having grown up, Jack founded the Tennessee-registered distillery under license number 7, from which the “Old No. 7” whiskey was born. Since then, the production of Jack Daniel's follows the original recipe, with the same ingredients, the activated carbon filtration that makes the Jack particularly soft, and the refinement, which continues until the whiskey is not worthy of being called Jack. . Whiskey Jack Daniel's: the ingredients of a masterpiece Everyone knows that there are two basic ingredients of an excellent whiskey, and the same goes for Whiskey Jack Daniel's: water and cereals. Jack Daniel's Whiskey comes from a secret blend of cereals that includes 80% corn, responsible for its satisfying and overwhelming sweetness, 8% rye, which balances this sweetness with spicy notes and black pepper, and with a 12% of barley malt that infuses softness to the final distillate. To this mixture - called "mash" - pure water is added that gushes 3 kilometers deep, in the limestone rock of the Cave Spring Hollow. Jack Daniel's: refinement and tips to enjoy it to the fullest The distinguishing feature of Jack Daniel's is the refinement, which does not have a set time, but continues until the whiskey is worthy of being a Jack Daniel's. After fermentation, obtained with a part of the yeasts of the previous year, to give gustative continuity to the product, and the delicate phase of filtration in activated carbon, the whiskey ages in barrels handcrafted for Jack Daniel's, suitably toasted and charred. Jack Daniel's Tennessee Whiskey is never released based on a specific date but continues to refine until the expert tasters who follow the process, and constantly evaluate its flavors and aromas, decide it is the ideal time. How many degrees is Jack Daniel's? It is not possible to give a single answer to the question how many degrees does Jack Daniel's make because this figure changes according to the whiskey. For example, the legendary Jack Daniel's n. 7 has a gradation of 40 °, while the legendary Sinatra Select Tennessee Whiskey Jack Daniel's dedicated to Frank Sinatra measures 45 °. Jack Daniel's, however, manages to satisfy even those who love spirits of lesser strength and uncontested softness thanks to Jack Daniel's Honey, the first flavored variant of the iconic Jack Daniel's No. 7, obtained from the union of the same Tennessee Whiskey with honey liqueur, which has a gradation of 35. What price does Jack Daniel's have? Jack Daniel's is a mid-priced whiskey, in fact the legendary n. 7, the delicious Jack Daniel's Honey, and the Gentleman Jack are placed in a price range of 20 to 30 euros. However, there is no lack of excellence in the Jack Daniel's range, such as the N ° 27 Gold Double Barreled Tennessee Whiskey Jack Daniel's and above all the legendary Sinatra Select Tennessee Whiskey Jack Daniel's. What makes Jack Daniel's Honey special? Jack Daniel's Honey is the only Whiskey obtained from the union of the same Tennessee Whiskey with honey liqueur. This distillate is characterized by a softer and more enveloping taste, in which the sweet taste of honey is combined with a delicate nutty aftertaste. Ideal to be enjoyed iced after dinner, Jack Daniel's Honey changes the rules of Tennessee Whiskey, making it accessible to all palates, especially women.

Jacopo Biondi Santi

Jacopo Biondi Santi is one of the leading figures in the world of Italian wine. Its history is intimately linked with the famous Tenuta del Greppo di Montalcino, one of the most prized parcels of all, capable of giving extraordinary wines. Biondi Santi wines were already famous in the nineteenth century, awarded at the Universal Exposition in Paris in 1867 and recognized as excellence in the land of Tuscany. After the dark period of phylloxera, the Greppo vines were replanted using the scions of the best plants and introducing the practice of mass selection of Sangiovese to progressively improve its quality. Thus the foundations of a great wine were born, which from the beginning of the twentieth century began to be appreciated as one of the best reds produced in Italy. During the 1970s, Franco Biondi Santi will then resume and complete the cloning selection begun in the mid-nineteenth century. Thanks to the collaboration with the Faculty of Agriculture of the University of Florence, the best plants were chosen in the period of 5 harvests, until the famous clone BBS / 11 (Brunello Biondi Santi, vine n ° 11) was identified, replanted on the new cuttings. Tenuta del Greppo, present in the oldest cadastral maps of Montalcino, is located at an altitude between 385 and 507 meters. The soils are poor, with abundant presence of marl and magnificently exposed. The microclimate is rather dry, with considerable temperature variations, which favor the development of intense and elegant perfumes and aromas. In 2013, on the death of his father Franco Biondi Santi, Jacopo took over the reins of the winery, continuing the centuries-old history of one of the most famous wine families. After his personal experience in the land of Maremma, which began in the late 1990s with the acquisition of the magnificent Tenuta Montepò, Jacopo Biondi Santi continued his adventure in Montalcino in the name of tradition. If the Maremma, with its virgin lands, represents the place of experimentation and innovation, Tenuta il Greppo is the place of history and ancient customs. Montalcino is the memory of the Biondi Santi family, the place of memories, of a path of generations, which, without interruptions and uncertainties, has crossed the centuries in the name of continuity. With the entry of Jacopo the philosophy of the company has not changed and the wines have remained faithful to an identity consolidated over time. Of course the wines are not immutable and slowly change following the oenological developments and in part the taste of consumers. If the reserve always remains the traditional family wine, the vintage Brunello di Montalcino and above all the Rosso di Montalcino, compared to the past are more pleasant wines to drink in youth, without having to wait decades to appreciate their full expressive maturity.

Jacques Lassaigne

Jacques Prieur

Jacques Selosse

Jacqueson

Jägermeister

A liqueur born from an ancient legend, imprinted directly on the label, the one that represents the famous Jägermaister deer. The story tells that one day, to the famous and feared hunter Hubertus, a deer appears as in an epiphany with a bright and shining cross between its horns. That day transforms Hubertus from a fearsome hunter into a protector of nature. Thus, Curt Mast thinks that this legend goes well with the brand and chooses it to represent on the label not only the history, but the entire city of Wolfenbüttel, in Lower Saxony, from whose herbs that grow in unspoiled nature Jägermaister is born. Today, the amaro has a secret recipe that is a hit around the world and consists of 56 herbal ingredients. A must for any bar or club around the world, with the iconic square bottle, to be consumed at a temperature of -18 °.

Jameson

Jameson is the reference name for Irish Blended Whiskey, a brand that has become very important in the distillation of whiskey in recent years, quickly reaching international fame since its foundation. The distillery was founded in 1780, when John Jameson, having perfected his distillation technique, decided to open a distillery in Dublin, which still exists - even if the company headquarters has recently moved to Midleton, County Cork. Selection of the best whiskeys, stills and cereals, three distillation steps and aging of at least 4 years in oak barrels, are today as then the winning recipe of Jameson, which gives a typical and characteristic taste to whiskeys, especially thanks to its renowned softness.

Janneau

Jayer-Gilles

Jean Chartron

Jean et Sebastien Dauvissat

Jean Fournier

Jean Grivot

Jean Macle

Jean Marc Brocard

Jean Paul Brun

Jean Tardy

Jean-Claude Boisset

Jean-Claude Boisset

Jean-Claude Ramonet

Jean-Jacques Confuron

Jean-Luc Colombo

Jean-Marc Blain-Gagnard

Jean-Marc Boillot

Jean-Marc Bouley

Jean-Marc Brocard

Jean-Marc Millot

Jean-Marie Fourrier

Jean-Michel Gaunoux

Jean-Michel Gerin

Jean-Paul & Benoit Droin

Jehan Foucart

Jermann

In 1881 Antonio Jerman, after leaving Austria, moved to Villa Nova di Farra to found his company in the heart of Friuli Venezia Giulia . Thus over time the Jermann family, thanks to its passion for wine, managed to win a place at the top of Italian and world wine. Jermann wines are the perfect expression of the Collio area, renowned for its whites with a unique character and for its robust and extraordinary reds. The close link with the territory, the care in the cultivation of the vineyards and the constant search for modern technologies are the values that have always guided the company. Silvio Jermann Silvio Jermann, crowned in 2016 as the most representative producer of Italian white wines in the world, was the real driving force of the company, with his constant pursuit of excellence, with his absolute respect for the land and its rhythms, to which are added the characteristics of a unique winemaker, innovator and visionary since he was a boy, so much so that he thought of the concept of "blend" when it did not yet exist. An innovator, a true pioneer of wine whose work can be summed up in his motto “That day I thought: I make a wine as I imagine it”. Jermann white wine Jermann's most famous white wine is Tunina, born when Silvio Jermann, a young winemaker and friend, went against the tide and vinified the best grapes, pinot bianco and sauvignon especially from the Tunina vineyard. The result is a pale golden yellow wine, joyful and brilliant, with a wide, fat and sensual bouquet and a dry taste without harshness and sagging. What is the best pairing with Jermann Pinot Grigio wine? Jermann Pinot Grigio wine goes well with fish soups, grilled seafood and various preparations based on champignons and porcini mushrooms. An exceptional marriage with lasagnette mixed with squid ink and dressed with shrimp sauce. How much aging does Chardonnay Jermann have? The Chardonnay Jermann ages at a controlled temperature in barrique for 11 months.

Jerome Chezeaux

Jerzu

Jim Beam

JL Chave Selection

Jo Landron

Joguet

Joh Jos Prum

Joh. Jos. Prum

Joh. Jos. Prüm

Johnnie Walker

Johnnie Walker whiskey was born in 1820, when the eponymous founder, John Johnnie Walker, began applying his knowledge as a whiskey tea blender in his grocery store in Ayrshire. In 1857 the eldest son, Alexander, inherited the family business and, a few years later, with his sons George and Alexander Junior, the company began the unstoppable rise to success: already in 1920 the brand was known in more than 120 countries, becoming the best-known and best-selling whiskey in the world. In addition to the square shape of the bottle, the inclined label with the "Striding Man", the man who walks with a sure step, helps to make it an inimitable product with a strong personality.

Jose Cuervo

Joseph Colin

Joseph Drouhin

Joseph Faiveley

Joseph Perrier

Founded by Joseph Perrier, Laurent's cousin, in 1825, this brand is a symbol of a champenoise tradition of excellence handed down from generation to generation. Today the heirs Perrier, Pithois and Fourmon succeed the founder, who collect a prestigious witness and revive the successes achieved so far. Experience and "know-how" are the basis of the quality that makes these Champagnes so precious and recognized all over the world. In particular, Joseph Perrier is the official supplier of the Royal House of England, hence the name Cuvée Royale that characterizes the most representative products.

Joseph Perrier

Joseph Roty

Joseph Voillot

Josetta Saffirio

Josetta Saffirio

Josetta Saffirio winery is a family business that has been involved in viticulture in the lands of the Langhe for almost two centuries. The headquarters are located in the municipal area of Monforte d'Alba, in one of the most renowned and quoted areas for the production of Barolo. The rolling hills of the Langhe offer wonderful sunny exposures, characterized by a fresh and always breezy climate, which favors good temperature variations between the day and night temperatures. The soils are of ancient marine origin and consist of calcareous-clayey marl, with the presence of sands, which have always been ideal for the cultivation of red berried grapes and in particular for Nebbiolo, the true main vine of the territory. The winery took the name of Josetta, who at the beginning of the 70s began to take care of the family business, taking advantage of the experience of past generations. A love for the land and the vine, handed down as a precious legacy of peasant knowledge and wisdom. Graduated in agriculture, Josetta continues her business in the wake of tradition, always trying to achieve the highest quality. In the 1980s, Josetta Saffirio's Barolo attracted the attention of critics and was often recognized as one of the best excellences of the territory. Today the company is led by Sara, who embodies the fifth generation of winemakers and dedicates herself to the vineyard with competence and passion. The estate is managed with responsibility and respect for the environment, in order to bring out the characteristics of the terroir and offer genuine and authentic wines. For over 15 years the company has been cultivating vines in harmony with nature and the path has resulted in the achievement of the Organic and Sustainable Company certification. Among the rows, herbicides, pesticides or chemical insecticides are absolutely banned. Only sulfur and copper are used to counter the spread of downy mildew and powdery mildew, in order to keep the ecosystem healthy. To promote biodiversity, large wooded areas have been left inside the estate near the vineyards. The same attention was paid to the cellar, which was designed to minimize the environmental impact, through the use of a photovoltaic system, which makes it autonomous from an energy point of view. Josetta Saffirio's wines stand out for their still artisan face and for their adherence to the authentic characteristics of the Langhe area. Its labels represent a memory of the past, which renews the great tradition of the territory in the sign of excellence and attention to the environment.

Josmeyer

Jota

Jurij Fiore & Figlia

Justino's

Kaesler

Kah

Kanonkop

Karthauserhof

Kay Brothers

Keller

Kellerei Bozen - Cantina Bolzano

Cantina Bolzano is the youngest Cantina Produttori in Alto Adige, born from the merger of the historic cellars Gries and Santa Maddalena, specialized in the production of wines from South Tyrolean native grapes, in particular Lagrein and Santa Maddalena, for which they have become producers over time market leader. Using production techniques devoted to respect for nature and the product, labels are created with a typical regional character that reflects the territory of origin with authenticity. A Cru Line that constantly receives international awards and recognitions is accompanied by a Classic Line comprising white and red wines obtained from a variety of vines that allow you to explore all the nuances of South Tyrolean viticulture, ranging from fresh, simpler and more immediate white wines , to be accompanied in moments of conviviality with light appetizers or pizza, with other more complex ones to be tasted as an accompaniment to everyday meals.

Kellerei Kaltern

Kellerei Kaltern-Caldaro

The Kellerei Kaltern-Caldaro winery is located in Caldaro, in the heart of Alto Adige, a wine area of exceptional prestige. This winery was born from the merger, in 1992, of two historic companies in the area: the Bauernkellerei (Farmer's Cellar) and the Jubiläumskellerei (Cantina del Giubileo). This has led the Trentino company to have about 300 hectares of vineyards on which to operate, guaranteeing a considerable variety of products based on local and international vines. Crystalline and pure wines, in search of quality and the essential. This is the philosophy behind the Kellerei winery, as well as the first factor in its great success.

Kensei

Kettmeir

Kim Crawford Wines

Kim Crawford Wines has a romantic story in its origins. The company was born thanks to the love between Kim Crawford and his wife Erica who, in the mid-nineties, decided to start a winery in Auckland, New Zealand, united by a passion for wine. At the beginning of the new millennium, in the wake of immediate success, Kim Crawford Wines moves to Marlborough. The company's Sauvignon Blanc receives numerous awards, including, in 2008, the prestigious 90+ score assigned by Wine Spectator, after it had already been included in the magazine's top 100 list.

Kloster Eberbach

Kloster Eberbach is a former Cistercian abbey located in the hilly region of the Rheingau, on the banks of the Rhine, and its cellar boasts a 900-year history, despite being today one of the most technological wineries in Europe. The centuries-old winemaking tradition, crossed by a tireless pursuit of quality, has led the Eberbach monastery cellar to become the largest German estate. The vineyards are mostly cultivated with Riesling vines, but Chardonnay, Pinot bianco, Pinot grigio, Pinot nero and Dornfelder are also produced.

Knob Creek

Knoll

Weingut Knoll is a family business that produces high quality wines near Dürnstein, in the Austrian region of Wachau, one of the most famous wine-growing areas in the country. It is a historic winery, which since the mid-nineteenth century has been dedicated to the cultivation of the vine and began to bottle the first wines in the 1950s. It is a reference brand for the region and has always been committed to enhancing the traditional vines of the area and the characteristics of an extraordinary territory. The Wachau region is located north-west of Vienna and represents one of the most qualitatively important wine districts in all of Austria. Although the cultivated area covers a total area of only 1350 hectares, it is famous for its great whites, made mainly with the grüner veltliner and riesling vines vinified in purity. They are wines of great elegance, intensity and aromatic complexity, also endowed with a notable propensity for aging, with the development of refined tertiary notes. The territory runs along the Danube valley, in the stretch of the river between Melk and Krems. The continental climate is mitigated by the presence of the Danube and by the temperate winds that descend from the plains of Pannonia. The presence of considerable temperature variations gives the grapes a particularly intense and rich aromatic profile. The vineyards are cultivated on steep and steep slopes, often terraced, characterized by the presence of stony and very draining soils, ideal for viticulture. In this splendid landscape, Knoll manages about 15 hectares of vineyards, mainly cultivated with the two symbolic varieties of the territory: the grüner veltliner and riesling. Among the rows there are also other vines historically present in the Wachau region, such as chardonnay, yellow muscat, traminer and pinot noir. The wines have a classic and traditional profile. They come from high quality grapes, carefully selected in the vineyard before proceeding with the vinification. The fermentations are carried out in a simple way, to preserve the varietal characteristics of the vines and the refinements are often carried out using large barrels, which allow a harmonious aging of the wines without any transfer of hints of wood. The Weingut Knoll labels represent real excellences of the territory, essential for those who want to know the authentic face of the great wines of the Wachau.

Köfererhof

The Köfererhof winery is located in Varna, at the foot of the Dolomites, in the northernmost wine-growing area of Italy. The vineyards, well exposed to the south, enjoy particularly favorable climatic and environmental conditions for viticulture and the grapes produced allow the creation of fresh and fruity quality white wines. The wines of Köfererhof are elegant, sapid and mineral, very well balanced, with an incredibly strong and unmistakable personality. For this reason, the company is considered one of the best in the production of whites in Italy.

Kollwentz

Kracher

Kraken

Kraken spirits have always been linked to an ancient legend according to which a ship carrying spiced rum from the Caribbean was sunk by a monstrous Kraken, drowning the precious cargo, except for a barrel that was severely stained by the black ink of the squid, becoming since then known as an unparalleled liquid of darkness. Since then, lovers of this monstrous marine creature, and lovers of quality Rum , have joined in appreciating Rum Kraken in its unmistakable nuances. Kraken: story of a myth The Kraken was born in the state of Trinidad and Tobago, and is obtained from pure sugar cane juice that matures in wood for 12-14 months, to which 11 secret spices are added, thus obtaining its dark color that has always characterized it and a particular taste, with notable hints of vanilla, ginger and pepper, and an aroma of toffee, allspice and cloves, which anticipate a smooth, clean and bold finish. Rum Kraken: a unique pleasure alone or in cocktails Rum Kraken expresses the unique taste with a simple ice cube but also becomes the protagonist in original cocktails dedicated to this frightening sea monster such as "The Bitter Beast" (Kraken Rum, Triple Sec and Orange Juice) and "Zombie Tentacle" ( with Kraken Rum, grapefruit and lime juice, grenadine syrup and absinthe). Finally, try the “Kramble”, with cassis cream, lemon juice and pounded blackberries. Scary good cocktails perfect for Halloween and to wow friends with something different. Is the kraken rum story true? The history of Rum Kraken is mysterious, and like any legend, no one knows what is true and what is the fruit of the sailors' imagination. What is certain is that for centuries the looming threat of the Kraken has been enough to keep the sailors in a constant state of fear, making the Kraken the protagonist of scary stories, because, it is said, that no one knows where it might emerge, but those who survive have epic stories to tell ... What is the price of Rum Kraken? Rum Kraken has an affordable price on Vino.com because you can take advantage of the offers and take advantage of the coupons that we offer you every week, also taking advantage of our advice on cocktails and on the whole world of wine! What is the area of origin of Rum Kraken? Rum Kraken originates in the Caribbean, where it is infused with 11 secret spices, and is distilled in the Virgin Islands, which is why it is unique in the world.

Krug

Krug, one of the largest wineries in Champagne , is located in Reims, in the Champagne - Ardenne region of France. Its history dates back to 1843, when it was founded by Johann-Josef Krug, of German origin, and is now led by the fifth generation of the family. Thanks to a great attention to detail and unsurpassed craftsmanship, Krug Champagnes represent the purest expression of nature and are able to amaze, year after year, for their uniqueness.

Kuentz-Bas

Kuhling-Gillot

Künstler

Kurtatsch Cortaccia

Cantina Cortaccia, or Kellerei Kurtatsch, is located in South Tyrol, in Cortaccia on the Wine Route, in an area where the work in the vineyard is still done by hand. Here modern winemaking methods already have a long tradition and are fundamental in the production of fine wines, which are born through a strict selection of grapes, a clean cellar technique and the use of always adequate tools. Before being bottled, Cortaccia wines are subjected to a strict taste test, to always guarantee the highest quality. It is precisely this passion for detail, a fundamental value of the winery, which allows the creation of intense and excellent wines, of great class and elegance.

L'Astemia Pentita

Astemia Pentita rises on the fortunate hills of Cannubi, in the Barolo appellation. In this magical place, historically known as one of the territories where the finest wines are born, Sandra Vezza, the founder of L'Astemia Pentita, created the first pop cellar. L'Astemia Pentita is just her, the Piedmontese entrepreneur who has decided to devote her life to the production of wine. Raised in the Langhe vineyards together with her grandfather, she started a company that expresses an extremely bold and modern character. The cellar has the shape of two overlapping cases of wine and while breaking into this traditional landscape it blends perfectly with it. Red Wine L'Astemia Pentita Astemia Pentita produces the great Piedmontese red wines, such as the Barolo DOCG, made from 100% Nebbiolo grapes from different vineyards. It is an assembly Barolo produced as it once was, when the winemakers combined the grapes from different vineyards, making the wine acquire the unique character of each of the batches of grapes vinified. Barolo l'Astemia Pentita is a very pleasant garnet red wine, with notes of red fruits and spices and a velvety tannin. Another important red wine the Astemia Pentita is the Cannubi DOCG, a Barolo made from 100% Nebbiolo grapes grown on the Cannubi hill. The history of the Cannubi hill began to be written by the Marchesa Giulia Colbert Falletti in 1800, when it began to produce a Barolo characterized by a very long maceration and aging. Cannubi DOCG is today produced with the vineyards of this hill, it is an elegant, balanced wine, with a bright red color and balsamic and intense notes. Another noteworthy red wine the Astemia Pentita is the Barolo Riserva Terlo, a wine obtained from the Terlo cru, one of the Geographical Mentions of the Municipality of Barolo which for its exposure and for the clayey and calcareous soil it gives to the wine an important character and a complex structure. It is a Barolo with intense aromas, suitable for aging thanks to the important tannins and marked acidity. You can find the best selection of red wines l'Astemia Pentita on Vino.com. Find out all the details about your trusted online wine shop. Which wine the Astemia Pentita is perfect for an aperitif? The Astemia Pentita wine perfect for an aperitif is Nascetta, a white wine obtained from the native Piedmontese grape Nascetta. It will seem strange that among these hills famous for the production of red wine, a white wine is produced such as Nascetta l'Astemia Pentita, even if recently a new oenological trend has taken hold that sees in these territories of Piedmont the ideal places for production of fresh and harmonious white wines. Nascetta was a vine in the process of disappearing but thanks to the initiative of some winemakers in the area it has returned to the fore. Nascetta l'Astemia Pentita is a white with a pale straw yellow color, with aromatic and floral hints of iris and acacia. In the mouth it is citrusy and fresh, with hints of grapefruit. It is a perfect wine to combine with fish appetizers and aperitifs for its fresh and savory taste profile. What are the characteristics of Adorabile rosé wine? The Adorable rosé is a rosé wine obtained by vinifying in white, after only a short contact with the skins, grapes from different vineyards located in the higher areas of the company, in order to guarantee a wine with excellent acidity. The grapes used for this rosé are harvested late and with extreme care so as not to risk that the berries break, starting a premature fermentation. Adorabile is a wine with an onion skin color, with fruity hints of plum and raspberry, jam and citrus. The Rosato L'Astemia Pentita is a very pleasant wine, "adorable" precisely, as the name itself indicates. What are the characteristics of the Armonico white wine? The white Armonico is a fresh wine that perfectly embodies the "pop" philosophy of L'Astemia Pentita. It is a blended wine, obtained from grapes from vineyards located on the banks of the Tanaro river. These are very different vineyards and for this reason they are able to connote the wine with unique and complementary characteristics. Armonico is a straw yellow colored wine with notes of peach, sage and rosemary, savory and mineral. It is a "Harmonious" wine, in name and in fact. Discover the Astemia Pentita selection on Vino.com.

L'Aventure

L'If

L.A. Cetto

La Bollina

La Bollina is located in the municipality of Serravalle Scrivia di Alessandria, a modern Piedmontese company that operates in the historic Gavi DOCG area. The estate, for centuries the residence of the Marquises Figari of Genoa, extends for 120 hectares in a landscape of gentle hills where vineyards alternate with wooded areas of chestnut. The cellar is equipped with the most modern winemaking technologies, including an advanced micro-oxygenation system that allows you to keep the supply of oxygen and consequently oxidative and reduction phenomena under control. A modern tangential filter allows to filter the finished wine while keeping the organoleptic characteristics intact in the very last stages of production.

La Braccesca

La Chablisienne

La Chablisienne

La Costanza

La Croix Ducru-Beaucaillou

La Crotta di Vegneron

The La Crotta di Vegneron cooperative was founded in 1980 in Chamblave, a small village in the Aosta Valley, in the marvelous Alpine landscape, bordering France and Switzerland. La Crotta di Vegneron is the story of men deeply rooted in their land who constantly try to enhance the spirit of the mountain. The native vines cultivated with passion and pride, the mountain climate and the enhancement of the Chamblave terroir are the strengths of the cooperative.

La Dame de Montrose

La Demoiselle de Sociando-Mallet

La Ferme du Mont

La Fiorita

La Gerla

La Giostra del Vino

La Gravette de Certan

La Guardiense

La Guardiense is one of the most interesting realities of the Benevento area. It was founded in 1960 by a group of about thirty local winegrowers, to join forces and face together the new scenarios of the world of wine. Today it has about a thousand members who cultivate their properties directly for a total of 1,500 hectares, divided into many small plots. The winery is based in Santa Lucia di Guardia Sanframondi, in the Campania area of Sannio. The vines are grown in the splendid hilly area between the Matese mountains and the Taburno massif, at an altitude between 300 and 350 meters above sea level. The sunny exposures and the cold air currents that descend from the nearby mountains, create a particular microclimate, of a continental type, characterized by considerable thermal excursions between the temperatures of day and night, mitigated by the breath of the sea breezes that rise in the inland. In these lands the vine has lived for millennia and still today it draws with its rows an orderly landscape of wonderful vineyards, perfectly integrated into a green landscape with still wild and uncontaminated nature. Thanks to a strict internal protocol, the agronomic management takes place with the utmost respect for environmental sustainability, with the use of low-impact treatments and carried out only when absolutely essential. The attention to eco-sustainability also extends to the management of the cellar, which is powered by a company photovoltaic system. The supervision of all production processes is entrusted to the oenologist Riccardo Cotarella, who works in collaboration with the company's oenologist Marco Giulioli. Faithful to the most ancient traditions of the territory, the winery has focused its attention on the main historical vines of the Sannio area. Although there are vineyards of Fiano, Greco, Coda di Volpe and Piedirosso, the company's attention is mainly focused on Falanghina and Aglianico. Falanghina represents the white par excellence of the Sannio Doc, enhanced by the disciplinary from the areas of particular value of Guardia Sanframondi, Sant'Agata dei Goti, Solopaca and Taburno, which create a range of shades of great charm. Guardiense has been able to exploit the ductility of the vine with a range of wines ranging from the Classic Method to the Passito, passing through different versions of still white, from the youngest and most fragrant to those destined for long aging. As for Aglianico, the local tradition has selected the amaro biotype, still used today to produce Aglianico del Taburno, one of the most interesting and rich in history reds from Campania.

La Jota Vineyard

La Mascota

La Mondotte

La Mondotte Premier Grand Cru Classe B

La Montina

La Montina was born in 1987 in Monticelli Brusati, a town located in a splendid strip of land in the north-eastern area of Franciacorta , in Lombardy. The first news about La Montina dates back to 1620, when the estate was owned by a noble Brescia family headed by Benedetto Montini, ancestor of Pope Paul VI, from whose surname the company name derives. La Montina follows the Franciacorta production method, which involves the use of noble vines and exclusively prescribes the manual harvest of the grapes, allowing the creation of fine and elegant wines, able to keep intact the organoleptic characteristics of each grape used.

La Morandina

La Mozza

La Mozza is a winery owned by Joe and Lidia Bastianich, supported by the well-known chef Mario Bartali. It is located in the splendid setting of the Tuscan Maremma, more precisely in the south-west part, in Magliano di Grosseto, about 12 kilometers from the Tyrrhenian Sea. This area, drier than the foggy hills of central Tuscany, with the island of Elba that protects the estate's vineyards from the main wind currents and thins the rains, ensures that the ripening of the grapes starts from the early dawn and the sun illuminates the vine plants with its rays until the last hours of sunset. Warm climate vines such as Syrah and Alicante find in this area the ideal conditions to thrive, as well as Sangiovese which here is characterized by a lower acidity in favor of a more pronounced cherry note. The philosophy behind all wine production is to restore light to the Maremma terroir that has too often remained in the background. Today, thanks to the Bastianich family, the winery can boast a reputation that made it known in the United States but also in Singapore.

La Negly

La Parde Haut-Bailly

La Peira en Damaisela

La Petite Eglise

La Poderina

The purest expression of the Chinese tradition, La Poderina is immersed in a landscape of bewitching beauty and charm, near the Abbey of Sant'Antimo. The vineyards are in fact located on the Castelnuovo dell'Abate slope, where the combination of soils from different geological eras and temperatures on average higher give the Brunello complexity and structure, with fine and round tannins.

La Poderina

La Pousse d'Or

La Pruina

La Raia

The La Raia farm is located in the hills of Gavi, a generous Piedmontese area that boasts a great wine-growing vocation since ancient times. The company cultivates its vineyards and produces wine following the path of biodynamics, to rediscover the original characteristics of this great land through a balanced and harmonious approach. The La Raia winery was built according to an ancient eco-sustainable technique, to harmonize them with the hills that surround it. The wines produced here have a great personality and a surprising evolutionary capacity and embody all the vitality and the centuries-old history of the Gavi terroir.

La Regola

La Rioja Alta

La Roncaia

The La Roncaia winery is located in the spectacular terroir of the Colli Orientali del Friuli, a landscape rich in beauty and charm. The predisposition to viticulture of these territories and the ancient wine making traditions that they preserve are the basic ingredients that make La Roncaia special, To these are added the experience gained over the years, such as technique and wisdom, and a meticulous care of the vineyard and of the processes that allow this prestigious Friulian company to achieve the results of qualitative excellence that it so craves.

La Scolca

La Scolca was born from the far-sighted vision of Giorgio Soldati, who decides to bet on the Cortese white grape variety in a region that has always been known for the production of great red grape wines: Piedmont. Gavi proves to be the ideal territory for its cultivation, especially in the Rovereto area which could be defined as a Grand Cru. Giorgio Soldati is an innovative interpreter, but without ever failing in loyalty to tradition, the territory and Gavi, a wine that he defended with sword even when it was considered a white against the tide. The care of the vineyards, the modern winemaking technology that allows to operate in hyper-reduction and diversifying the fractions of must according to the age of origin of the vineyard, from 5 to 60 years, allows to obtain a wide range of wines that they know how to tell the aromas and flavors of the territory, especially in the Riserve d'Antan versions, obtained after 10 years of aging "sur lie" in the cellar.

La Sibilla

La Spinetta

La Spinetta was born in the early 60s thanks to Giuseppe, known as Pin, and Lidia Rivetti, who transmit the passion for their business to their four children, who were the first to make a single-vineyard Moscato and make single-vine wines their philosophy , with other labels such as Barbera Ca 'di Pian first and Barbaresco Gallina, Barbaresco Valeirano and Barbaresco Starderi then. The success is growing, such as to push the brothers to new investments in the Barolo appellation in Grinzane Cavour and in Tuscany in the Casanova della Spinetta estate. An expansion with a single leitmotif, the link with the territory and with the native vines, which sees the enhancement of Barbera , Moscato and Nebbiolo in Piedmont, and the focus on Sangiovese and Vermentino in Tuscany. Rivetti's curiosity and desire to experiment is also realized with the acquisition of the historic sparkling wine house Contratto and with great results also on Timorasso, which the brothers consider as a grape with enormous potential, for wines capable of competing with the great French whites. La Spinetta: the wines of the Rhinoceros All La Spinetta labels are distinguished by the presence of Albrecht Dürer's Rhinoceros. This work, which Giorgio Rivetti literally fell in love with, was made by Dürer without ever having seen a rhino, but only based on the descriptions obtained by those who in Lisbon in 1515 were the first to witness the arrival of a rhino in Europe. Indian. The choice is not accidental: even the winemaker, in fact, realizes the idea of each new wine with long months of work in the vineyard and in the cellar, choosing the vineyard and expressing his personality through the wine. Of La Spinetta wines only one is an exception, Barolo Campè, which has another masterpiece on the label by the artist, which well represents the king of wines and the wine of kings: the lion. La Spinetta red wine La Spinetta is famous above all for its red wine, in particular for Barbaresco. Labels such as Barbaresco Starderi and Barbaresco Gallina are present in the best restaurants in the world and are among the most internationally awarded wines of the denomination, with awards from all the main sector guides. However, Barolo Campè also gave great satisfaction, repeatedly awarded 97 points by James Suckling. La Spinetta red wine comes from a great attention in the vineyard, with grapes coming from organic farming and only from the vineyards owned by the company, many of which are of a certain age (which favors intensity and depth in the wines). To achieve greater intensity in wine, La Spinetta prefers low yields in the vineyard and applies the so-called "green pruning", with the removal of some of the unripe bunches in the months of July and August, to the advantage of the other bunches present on the plant, which they are further enriched with aromas. What is the refinement of La Spinetta Nebbiolo? Spinetta Nebbiolo ages for about 12 months in French oak barriques, and for a further 6 months in bottle. The result is a pleasant and accessible Nebbiolo, with velvety and round tannins. What is the peculiarity of La Spinetta Moscato? La Spinetta Moscato is produced in two labels, each of which is obtained from a single grape variety: La Spinetta Moscato Biancospino and La Spinetta Moscato Bricco Quaglia. La Spinetta was the first company to create Moscato from a single vineyard. What are the characteristics of La Spinetta Chardonnay? La Spinetta Chardonnay is an extraordinarily long-lived white aged in wood, which maximizes the aromas of this extraordinary aromatic grape, with impressive fruity and floral notes and hints of citrus, golden apple and lime.

La Spinetta

La Toledana

La Torre

It was the spring of 1976 when the Calabrian Giuseppe Anania bought the La Torre farm from the historic Ciacci family, in Montalcino. Located in the municipality of La Sesta, with one of the highest altitudes of the entire Brunello appellation, it housed a ruin of a farmhouse on top of a hill. According to a legend, a tower was built next to the house in whose foundations gold was kept: part of the Sassetti family, then owner of the estate, destroyed the tower and fled to Florence with the gold. Today gold is metaphorically represented by the wine produced by Giuseppe's son, Luigi Anania, who followed up a precious tradition by continuing to produce great Brunello and Rosso di Montalcino. The last creation of the winery is the Ampeleio, whose name recalls the ancient peasant toponymy now in danger of extinction, produced in memory of a peasant friend, a virtuous example of care of the vine.

La Tosa

La Tunella

The La Tunella farm was founded fifty years ago thanks to the passion for wine and the territory of the Zorzetting family. The tradition and history of the winery have been handed down from father to son for three generations. The winery is located in the heart of the Colli Orientali del Friuli, a territory known for the production of white wines of great style and absolute refinement. History, tradition and at the same time the continuous experimentation of new and creative production techniques are the values that constantly guide the company. La Tunella wines through their freshness and their unmistakable style are the perfect expression of the tradition of the Colli Orientali del Friuli.

La Tunella

La Umbra

La Vigna sul Mare

Ladoga

Lafite Rothschild

Lagavulin

The name Whiskey comes from the Gaelic and means "water of life". The traditional production areas of Single Malt Whiskey in Scotland are the Highlands , the Lowlands, Campbeltown, Speyside , Isles and Islay , famous for its peaty malt whiskeys, with an intense nose and full-bodied taste, aged in oak barrels. Lagavulin , the beating heart of Islay, constantly caressed by the winds coming from the wild sea that bathes the island, has been delighting the demanding palates of Whiskey lovers with a rich and decisive spirit for 200 years. Lagavulin is in fact one of the oldest distilleries on the island of Islay. Legally founded in 1816 by John Johnston, it was originally a conglomerate of 10 illegal distilleries, which had been operating since 1742 and located in the surroundings of Dunyvaig Castle. In 1817 a second distillery managed by Archibald Campbell appeared and on the death of the two distillers, Alexander Graham bought the two distilleries giving rise to today's Lagavulin. Over the years there have been many people at the helm of the Distillery, which is now part of the Diageo Group. Lagavulin produces the island of Islay's most expressive Classic Malts, whiskeys made from malted barley in Port Ellen and with water from Solum Lochs, an area rich in peat. Lagavulin produces different types of Whiskey, perfect expressions of the Islay territory, to be drunk in moments of meditation and relaxation. Lagavulin Whiskey Lagavulin produces Whiskey with different aging styles. The common traits are the intense golden color, the persistent brackish aromas, the soft and full-bodied taste and the smoky aftertaste. The best way to taste Lagavulin is straight or with a few drops of water. The water does not alter the taste of the Whiskey but only serves to lower the alcohol content. The Lagavulin range is very broad: Lagavulin 8 years, 12 years and 16 years Single Malt Scotch Whiskey are just some of the prized Whiskeys from the Isle of Islay. What are the characteristics of Lagavulin 16 Years Single Malt Scotch Whiskey? Lagavulin 16 Year Old Single Malt Scotch Whiskey is produced south of Islay, in Port Ellen, in the official Lagavulin distillery. The herbaceous and balsamic taste is the result of the natural effects that the breezes that caress the island give to the malt used to produce the distillate. It is the whiskey most loved by connoisseurs, a classic collector's distillate, which is aged for 16 years in oak barrels and is characterized by an intense amber color, the sweet aromas and aromas of peat and seaweed, the sweetly smoky and savory taste and the hints of vanilla that are released from the wood in which it is aged. With a rich and persistent finish, 16 year old Lagavulin is perfect for enjoying your moment of relaxation at the end of the day. On Vino.com you can find Lagavulin Single Malt Scotch Whiskey, we advise you not to miss it if you love important, peaty and full-bodied Whiskeys. Check! What are the characteristics of Lagavulin 30 Years Single Malt Scotch Whiskey? The Lagavulin 30 years Single Malt Scotch Whiskey is a limited edition of only 2340 bottles, now almost impossible to find. This Single Malt Scotch Whiskey has a full-bodied and intense structure, it was distilled in Islay back in 1976 and underwent an aging that lasted 30 years, in oak barrels. What is the price of Lagavulin Whiskey? The price of Lagavulin Single Malt Scotch Whiskey may vary depending on the type of aging to which it has been subjected and whether or not it belongs to a certain limited edition. On Vino.com you will find the Lagavulin Single Malt Scotch Whiskey suitable for you. To find out more, discover the details of Lagavulin spirits on Vino.com.

Laherte Freres

Lambardi

Lamole di Lamole

Lamotte

Langlois-Chateau

Lanson

Lanson is one of the oldest houses in Champagne, founded in 1760 by François Delamotte, one of the most influential personalities in the history of Reims. The symbol that distinguishes it is the cross that represents the religious order of Malta, to which it was admitted a few years later the son of François, Nicolas-Louis Delamotte. Over time, an original style was defined, capable of obtaining the appreciation of connoisseurs and enthusiasts, until the award, in 1900, of the title of "Official Champagne Supplier for Queen Victoria" to the then owner Henrie Marie Lanson . The production secrets that constitute the maison's inestimable legacy have been handed down in detail from generation to generation to the last chef de caves of the house, Jean-Paul Gandon and Hervé Dantan, who jealously guard it. The key words of Lanson's stylistic code are purity of the fruit, which is kept fresh and elegant through a malolactic-free vinification and vinifying the grapes parcel by parcel, and aromatic richness, given by the choice of the best Crus, of the best bunches of Pinot Nero vines. , Chardonnay and Pinot Meunier, and the best vintages of reserve wines added during the blending phase. A maturation on the lees in the cave for at least 3 years allows to further develop the olfactory set of each champagne. In exceptional vintages, extraordinary Vintages are also produced, which constitute a precious collection that the most demanding wine lovers can draw on to find rare oenological expressions. The non plus ultra of the range consists of the particular Extra Age cuvées, born on the occasion of the 250th anniversary of the foundation, produced by assembling only the best vintages; and from the Prestige line, whose grapes come from a very meticulous selection of bunches. To this line belongs the Noble Cuvée, the result of a very careful selection of the grapes, but also the Clos Lanson champagne, produced from grapes of the homonymous and prestigious vineyard, which is located right in front of the Notre Dame Cathedral of Reims, protected from a very high wall, and planted within a very particular microclimate on a predominantly chalky soil. Lanson was one of the first Champagne houses to produce Champagne Rosé.

Laphroaig

Laphroaig's story is a real journey through time. The origin and development of the distillery were profoundly influenced by the events that shook Scotland starting in 1745. Around 1815, the brothers Donald and Alexander Johnston rented 1000 acres on the Isle of Islay, to devote themselves to cattle breeding. That land is now Laphroaig, but what were the events that led to the birth of the distillery? The Johnston brothers quickly realized that barley had to be grown to feed the cattle, what made the difference was the idea of using excess barley to distil Whiskey . The intuition was decisive, Laphroaig's Whiskey soon began to be appreciated on the island and being even more profitable to distill Whiskey than to raise cattle, the two brothers decided to devote themselves completely to the production of Whiskey. Thus was born the Whiskey Laphroaig. Over the years the distillery became more and more important and famous, new buildings were created for the distillation and starting from 1923 the Laphroaig Whiskey began to circulate also in Scandinavian countries, Latin America, Europe and Canada . Cunningly, the successors of the Johnston brothers, who led Laphroaig in the years of prohibition, devised a foolproof method to continue exporting to America. They claimed that their whiskey was endowed with medicinal properties, as evidenced by the pungent scents of seaweed and sea salt that distinguished their distillate. The recipe for Laphroaig whiskey has been kept secret over the decades and this aura of mystery that hovered around the fine distillate was one of the determining factors for Laphroaig's success. A second brilliant intuition determined a further qualitative leap in the production of the Laphroaig Whiskey. They also began to age the distillate in American oak barrels previously used for Bourbon . In 1950, Whiskey Laphroaig was aged in both European ex-sherry casks and American ex-bourbon oak casks. Laphroaig's reputation has always grown over the decades. In 1994, Prince Charles of England visited Laphroaig and awarded it with the Royal Warrant, the royal coat of arms that we still find on every bottle of the precious Laphroaig distillate today. Laphroaig turned 200 in 2015 and is still one of 8 active distilleries on the island of Islay today. If Laphroaig's story has fascinated you, discover its Whiskeys on Vino.com. Laphroaig Whiskey The main ingredient for the production of Laphroaig Whiskey is water, which is essential for refrigeration during the production process and for bringing the unique flavor of the Isle of Islay to the whiskey. The water used for Laphroaig comes from Kilbride Reservoir, a key source of water that has been disputed over the decades by the island's many distillers. The main feature of Islay single malt whiskeys is the typical peat of the island, very different from that of mainland Scotland, due to the high contribution of Sphagnum, the musk that contributes to the medicinal taste of Islay whiskey. The peat bog used for the production of the Laphroaig Whiskey is those of Glenmachrie, which thanks to its mix of heather, lichen and musk guarantees the whiskey a smoky and iodine-like olfactory profile. The other main feature of Laphroaig Whiskey is the traditional floor malting. Barley is left to germinate naturally. Furthermore, it is important to know that Laphroaig whiskeys are obtained with a double distillation, through seven copper stills. The barrels where the distillate is refined are arranged in warehouses located along the coast, consequently the distillate is influenced by the Atlantic Ocean and is enriched with the unique flavors released by the wood during aging. In addition to ex-bourbon barrels, ex-sherry barrels are also used. The former, of American white oak, give the Laphroaig Whiskey a sweetness similar to caramel, vanilla and red fruit notes, spicy and leathery hints. The ex-sherry barrels, made instead of European oak, make the whiskey a little drier and spicier, with notes of orange, dried black fruit, cinnamon and cloves. What is Laphroaig Select? Laphroaig Select is a Single Malt Scotch Whiskey produced on the island of Islay, characterized by a long and varied aging. The barrels selected for aging are Pedro Ximenez, Sherry Triple Wood Oloroso, Bourbon first fill and new American oak. The final touch is the addition of 10 year old Laphroaig to the blend. That's why Laphroaig Select is a soft and delicate Whiskey, characterized by harmonious notes of chocolate, medicinal herbs and hints of sea salt. The taste is strong and elegant, savory and spicy. Its unique flavor is influenced by the crystal clear waters of the Kilbride stream and the peat of Islay. Laphroaig Select pays homage to two centuries of tradition and was awarded at the San Francisco World Spirits Awards 2019, the International Spirits Challenge 2019 and the SIP Awards 2019. What are the characteristics of the 10 year Laphroaig Whiskey? The 10 year Laphroaig Scotch Whiskey Single Malt is still distilled following the original recipe and a method used for generations. It is full-bodied, intense, with a golden color, with notes of smoke and seaweed. It is a classic single malt with an enveloping and bold flavor. It has a sweet and long finish. The 10 year old Laphroaig embodies the island of Islay and its natural features. If you love traditional Scotch Whiskey you can't miss it, find out the details on Vino.com. What is the price of Laphroaig Whiskey? In your trusted online wine shop you will find a wide selection of Laphroaig Whiskey at competitive prices. From the Single Malt Scotch Whiskey Lore Laphroaig, to the Single Malt Scotch Whiskey Select Laphroaig, passing through the Single Malt Scotch Whiskey 10 years, the Single Malt Scotch Whiskey 16 years and the Single Malt Scotch Whiskey Quarter Cask Laphroaig, you will find a selection with prices for all the pockets. Discover Laphroaig on Vino.com.

Laura Hartwig

Laurent Perrier

Laurent Ponsot

Laurent-Perrier

Maison Laurent-Perrier was founded in 1812 by André Michel Pierlot and took the name Vve Laurent-Perrier when Mathilde Emilie Perrier, widow of Eugène Laurent, decided to combine the two family names with the aim of expanding the Champagne trade. In 1925 his daughter Eugénie Hortense Laurent inherited the Maison to sell it to Marie-Louise Lanson de Nonancourt in 1939. This new owner led the company until Bernard, one of the two sons, decided in 1945 to become an expert in the production of Champagne arriving to produce about 80,000 bottles a year. It was he who established relationships with the winemakers and defined the unique style of Laurent-Perrier , now exporting this precious Champagne to more than 160 countries. Laurent-Perrier Champagne With Laurent-Perrier we are not only faced with a Champagne of great charm and enormous historical importance, but a true emblem of innovation that constantly tries to interpret taste by marrying the inheritance received with avant-garde processing techniques. Despite this, Laurent-Perrier Champagne remains recognizable over the years for a unique touch and an absolutely unrepeatable style. A work that proceeds from the vineyard to the cellar and celebrates the product of nature with the creative wisdom of the Chef de cave Michel Fauconnet. But above all a dynamism also created by the interaction of traditional cépages which, when wisely dosed, best express the uniqueness of the Champagne produced, giving it all the charm and elegance it deserves. The creation of a Laurent-Perrier Champagne is the result of waiting, observation, expertise: making a unique Champagne requires each of these skills. Is there the vintage Laurent-Perrier on the market? The Maison Laurent-Perrier produces Champagne Brut Grande Cuvée Rosé Brut Alexandra as vintage Champagne that is with grapes coming from the harvest of a single vintage. What is Champagne Laurent-Perrier rosé? The Maison Laurent-Perrier produces at least two Champagne Rosé: the Brut Cuvée Rosé and the vintage Cuvée Rosé Brut Alexandra. How is Champagne Laurent-Perrier Blanc de Blancs produced? Champagne Laurent-Perrier Blanc de Blancs is made with the best Chardonnay grapes from the vineyards of the Montagne de Reims and the Côte des Blancs.

Laurier

Le Anfore

Le Casematte

Very young farm, Le Casematte is located in the splendid setting of the Strait of Messina, in the Faro Superiore area, and is the realization of the dream of the founder Gianfranco Sabbatino, a passionate wine producer with a great love for viticulture. The company owes its name to the presence, in the largest land planted with vineyards, of two casemates, small forts used as a refuge by the sentries during the Second World War.

Le Chiuse

The Le Chiuse farm, with very ancient origins, is located in the splendid setting of the hills of Montalcino, in the province of Siena. The company's vineyards are cultivated according to the dictates of organic agriculture, without the use of substances harmful to the environment, in full respect of the territory and its characteristics. To obtain quality grapes and wines, Le Chiuse is based on a low production per hectare, obtained through thinning still carried out strictly by hand. This is one of the reasons, in addition to a skilful work in the cellar, why its wines are sought after for their typicality and tradition and exported and appreciated all over the world for their constant quality and longevity.

Le Chiuse

Le Clarence de Haut-Brion

Le Clementin de Pape Clement Blanc

le Clos du Caillou

Le Contesse

Le Dome

Le Dragon de Quintus

Le Filigare

Le Forconate

Le Macchiole

Le Macchiole

Only through respect for the territory and the passion of men can great results be obtained : this is the philosophy of Le Macchiole, a company of people who work in harmony with each other and with nature, to realize the common project of producing wines that are , first of all, a great expression of the Bolgheri territory. Since the beginning of its history, in fact, Le Macchiole stands out for the choice to invest in research in the vineyard, even before designing the cellar; the great care that characterizes the management of the vineyards has materialized over time with the conversion to organic farming, which allows the grapes to express their full potential.

Le Mortelle

Le Paradou

Le Petit Cheval

Le Petit Lion du Marquis de Las Cases

Le Petit Mouton de Mouton Rothschild

Le Pin

Le Plus de la Fleur de Bouard

le Potazzine

Le Pupille

Fattoria Le Pupille is located on the hills of the Maremma, the southern end of Tuscany. In this splendid territory, since the late seventies, Elisabetta Geppetti, owner of the estate, has created her wines, perfect ambassadors of the peculiarities and aromas of her land. Passion and great enthusiasm have guided Elisabetta in all the choices she has made in recent years and which have led to the success of her cellar and its wines, which today represent a point of reference in the Tuscan wine scene.

Le Ragnaie

The Le Ragnaie farm is located in Montalcino, in the province of Siena, and all the land, located in three distinct areas with a very high wine-growing vocation in the Montalcino area, are cultivated following the dictates of organic farming. The vineyards are planted exclusively with Sangiovese and no chemical products are used for the cultivation of the vines. The cellar consists of essential and rational environments, which allow you to conduct each activity in maximum safety and in optimal conditions for the creation of excellent products. Each stage of processing, from the vineyard to the cellar, is carried out with great attention to every detail; for this reason, the wines of Le Ragnaie are of the highest quality and fully reflect the territory in which they are born.

Le Ragnaie

Le Serre Nuove dell'Ornellaia

Le Vigne di Zamò

An important company in the Colli Orientali del Friuli area that boasts the collaboration of a world-famous winemaker of the caliber of Franco Bernabei, Le Vigne di Zamò is a reality totally devoted to simplicity and respect for nature. In fact, if properly listened to, followed and wisely conveyed into the finished product through the production process, it is able to originate wines with great personality and elegance. The company also adheres to the "Vino Libero" project, which pursues the objective of using only organic fertilizers, not using herbicides and reducing the use of sulphites.

Leclerc Briant

Leda

Legaris

Leone de Castris

Located in the heart of the rural town of Salice Salentino, the Leone de Castris winery has established itself as one of the major producers of Apulian wines. With years of history behind it, this company has as its main objective the enhancement of an exceptional terroir and the conservation of the Apulian wine culture. In fact, the great wines of Leone de Castris come only from native grapes of the area, vinified by combining tradition and innovation, for a result of absolute quality. By offering a truly vast range, Leone de Castris has received the most prestigious awards, thus laying the foundations for a more than rosy future.

Les Cordeliers

Les Crêtes

The Les Crêtes winery was founded in 1989 in Aymavilles, in the Aosta Valley. Respect for the environment and the enhancement of the terroir are the principles on which the company philosophy is based, which combines tradition and innovation to create wines that fully express the peculiarities of the land in which it is born. The Alpine climate clearly influences the organoleptic characteristics of Les Crêtes wines; the strong changes in temperature due to the temperature variations between day and night, in fact, favor the maturation in the clusters of very intense aromas, which greatly enrich the aromatic component of the wines.

Les Forts de Latour

Les Tourelles de Longueville

Les Vins de Vienne

Letrari

Levante Spirits

Levii

Levy McClellan

Li Ciuri

A land of sun lapped by the wind, with a thousand bright colors that paint a wonderful sea, Sicily is also a land of splendid wines. Unique wines that fully represent the terroir of origin, Li Ciuri is a tribute to the full authenticity of Sicily. Starting with the labels, which represent the majolica of Caltagirone, colorful ceramic handcrafted products, typical of the city of Messina, continuing with the name, which in the Sicilian dialect means "The flowers", testifying to the ancient bond with this land. An emerging reality in the province of Trapani, Li Ciuri is a name that begins to make itself known even by the most demanding connoisseurs, thanks to the uniqueness of the range: from the Grillo which contains the breezes of the Sicilian sea, as well as its citrus fruits, or the Zibibbo that opens to the nose with its aromatic bouquet that outlines a palette of aromas ranging from fruity hints of peach and mandarin to herbaceous hints of sage, to close on floral notes of rose and wisteria. Or the Nero d'Avola, whose hints of wild blackberries, cherries, currants and blueberries dance as persuasive as dancers, blending wonderfully with peppery notes and cloves. The range ends with Syrah, a splendid interpretation of this international grape variety.

Lillet

The history of Lillet vermouth begins in 1680, when Jean Lillet decided to settle in Podensac, a small village in the Graves, a wine area located near Sauternes. His descendants, Raymond and Paul Lillet, founded the Lillet maison in 1872 and the first and only aperitif in Bordeaux was created. It was a blend of wines with fruit-based macerations, still produced today in the same cellar as Podensac. Shortly thereafter, Lillet vermouths established themselves as the aperitif par excellence, served during special occasions and official receptions. Source of inspiration for the famous Vesper cocktail, today it is easy to find it in the trendiest bars in New York.

Limestone

Limoncè

Lingua Franca

Linton Park

Lis Neris

The story of Lis Neris is a family story, with five generations who have contributed with their work and passion to the construction and growth of the company, located in Friuli in the Isonzo area, not far from Gorizia: an enchanting setting scattered with small villages grown around a bell tower. Lis Neris Lis Neris wines come exclusively from the company's own vineyards, over 70 hectares between the Slovenian border to the north and the right bank of the Isonzo to the south. The terroir here is linked to the claps, superficial pebbles that store the heat during the day, favoring the ripening of the grapes and therefore the power of the wine, and the birth of powerful wines. In this area there are strong thermal excursions created by the north-east winds that define the elegance and aromatic concentration of the grapes and wines. Lis Neris white wine White wine has been the focus of Lis Neri since 1981, when Alvaro Pecorari took over the company with a new production mentality aimed at achieving superior quality. White wines have in fact proved to be the best expression of this territory, which has always been influenced by the Habsburg civilization, so much so that today the name of the grape that produces them is specified on the labels of Lis Neris, according to the Austro-German viticultural model. What are the characteristics of Lis Neris Cabernet Sauvignon? Lis Neris Cabernet Sauvignon is a wine with an intense red color, which on the nose opens with warm hints of red fruits and fresh flowers, enriched by pleasant herbaceous notes and on the palate it is soft and round, with evident but elegant tannins. What is the best pairing for Lis Neris Chardonnay? Lis Neris Chardonnay is ideal for cheering up an aperitif, it is excellent with vegetable risotto and seafood first courses. Which grapes does Lis Neris Fiori di Campo come from? Lis Neris Fiori di Campo comes from a blend of Friulano, Sauvignon Blanc and Riesling .

Lisini

Lisini is a historic Brunello di Montalcino company, one of the 24 founding companies of the Consortium in 1967 and dating back to an ancient noble family that has its origins in these lands as early as the mid-16th century. Although the family has always been involved in viticulture in these areas, the actual production of wine begins in the early 1900s when Ludovico inherits the family vineyards, carrying out major renovations and planting new vineyards. Upon Ludovico's death, the company passed to his daughter Elina who remained at his helm until 2009 and also became president of the Brunello di Montalcino Consortium. Today Lisini extends for about 24 hectares in the heart of the Montalcino terroir, all strictly Sangiovese. The particular position of these, together with the microclimate of this side of Montalcino, characterized by the marine currents of the Maremma and reduced rainfall, allow Sangiovese to have different characteristics from those more typical of other companies in the area and to produce wines that are unique of their kind. Lisini is today an important name in Brunello, being able to boast of international awards and recognitions that attest to the dedication and vocation of the family to the production of great wines.

Livio Felluga

The story begins in 1956 when Livio Felluga, considered the "patriarch" of Friulian viticulture, founded the Brazzano winery and consecrated his love for the hills by purchasing, with happy intuition, the first vineyards in Rosazzo. A whole life dedicated to wine, under the banner of a full, absolute and also stubborn devotion to the land; that land that, with patience and determination, has been able to shape with a soft hand, without abuse and without violence, to obtain the best. Livio Felluga is today, in Friuli Venezia Giulia as in the rest of Italy, synonymous with great quality and a long tradition in the oenological field. It is a consolidated reality, made of love for the territory and respect for its history and its culture, which has lasted for 70 years and 5 generations. Livio Felluga Today the Livio Felluga company boasts a hilly extension in the Collio and in the Colli Orientali del Friuli of over 160 hectares of property, of which 155 are vineyards. From these plants only great wines with unmistakable perfumes and aromas: they are the wines of the "geographical map". That label, with the mapping of "own hills", was invented in '56 by Livio Felluga, who determined the "geography" of his wine all over the world, with an ante litteram marketing idea that originates in the simple love for the land. Livio Felluga white wine The Livio Felluga company is famous above all for its white wine, and alongside the varietal white wines, which express their character with refinement, we find the elegance of Terre Alte, a skilful blend of Friulano , Pinot bianco and Sauvignon, and illivio that is born from a careful selection of Pinot Bianco grapes. The gem that crowns the production of white wines is Picolit , a wine of great complexity, warm and mellow, which harmoniously combines sweet and sour sensations; a "meditation" wine, delicate and precious like its ancient gold color. However, there is no shortage of red wines, such as Refosco dal Peduncolo Rosso and Merlot , which find their maximum expression in the Sossó cru reserve. Which grapes does Livio Felluga Sharis come from? Livio Felluga Sharis comes from Chardonnay and Ribolla grapes and for this reason it represents a sort of trait d'union between Friuli and the rest of the world. From a technical point of view, the combination of these varieties gives the wine balance and complexity, aromas and structure. What is the best match for Livio Felluga Rosé? Livio Felluga Rosé is ideal as an aperitif, and versatile with many combinations. In fact, it goes perfectly with both iodized and spicy foods and for this reason it can accompany oysters, spaghetti with bottarga and sea urchins, as well as chicken tikka masala and Middle Eastern cuisine. What is the refinement of Livio Felluga Ribolla Gialla? Livio Felluga Ribolla Gialla refines on the lees in stainless steel containers for six months, in this way it develops the typical hints of Ribolla.

Livio Sassetti

Livon

Livon has a history of over fifty years which has made its founder Dorino Livon one of the most successful and well-known winemakers in Friuli. This is a story of family, tradition and passion for wine, accompanied by an extreme, unconditional love for Friuli , in particular for that piece of land that represents the last bastion of Italy towards Eastern Europe: the Collio and the Eastern Hills of Friuli. The first vineyard was purchased by Dorino in 1964, it is the beginning of a dream, which becomes concrete over time with the purchase of other plots and the creation of a real farm. Livon wines At the beginning of the Eighties the Livon company experienced a real rebirth, thanks to the entry into the company of Dorino's two sons, Valneo and Tonino, who were the first to decide to create two lines of bottles, a Cru line obtained from the selection of best grapes, destined to develop in an important way in the bottle and created to satisfy connoisseurs and enthusiasts of great wines. For these wines the large selection in the vineyard, with the reduction of the quantity obtained per hectare, the thickening of the existing vineyards and the planting of new vineyards with a high number of vines per hectare is only the beginning of a long and complex path . The Livon brothers created two cellars to create these precious nectars, the "Masarotte" cellar, where the white wines mature in barrique, and the "Vencò" cellar, destined for aging, both in barriques and in barrels, of all Red wines. The Livon brothers' road is studded with successes, to the point that the two decide to buy four farms: the Friulian Villa Chiopris and Tenuta Roncalto, the Borgo Salcetino farm in the Chianti Classico area and the Fattoria Colsanto in the Montefalco DOCG. Livon White Wine White wine has always been the protagonist in Livon, with the great international vineyards such as Sauvignon Blanc , Chardonnay , Traminer and Pinot Bianco , but also with native grapes such as Ribolla , Friulano and Malvasia . The fruity and complex aromas of these wines anticipate a pleasure that becomes velvety and persuasive on the palate, with a long and exciting finish. Great wines perfect for those who love soft and structured, rich and complex whites, such as the Braide Alte, the company's Gran Cru born from a blend of typical grapes of the area such as Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, Picolit and Moscato and awarded with full marks from the great wine guides such as Gambero Rosso, the AIS guide and Bibenda. Another flagship product of the company is the Manditocai, pure Friulian Tocai with a pleasant almond finish and a salty base. How to combine Malvasia Livon? We suggest you combine Malvasia Livon with grilled fish, shellfish and seafood and also try it as an aperitif. What is the refinement of Pinot Grigio Livon? Pinot Grigio Livon is aged in steel only, to enhance the original aromas of the grapes. What are the characteristics of Sauvignon Livon? Sauvignon Livon has a beautiful straw yellow color, aromas of exotic fruits and melon with notes of green pepper and a pleasant and intense taste.

Lo Zoccolaio

Lokoya

Longview

Louis Bouillot

The Maison Louis Bouillot is located in Nuits-Saint-Georges, in the heart of the famous Côte d'Or and represents one of the best excellences in the production of Crémant de Bourgogne. The Appellation Crémant represent the French Classic Method, which is produced outside the AOC Campagne territory. The AOC Crémant de Bourgogne was established in 1975 and covers a large area, covering the main territories of Burgundy from north to south: Chablisien, Châtillonnais, Côte de Nuits, Côte de Beaune, Côte Chalonnais, Côte Mâconnaise and Beaujolais. Faithful to the noble traditions of Burgundy, Louis Bouillot creates labels that elegantly express the excellence of one of the best terroirs in the world and of vines with extraordinary qualities, in particular: chardonnay, pinot noir, aligoté and gamay. The possibility of using different grape varieties in the blending, in various proportions, allows to produce wines that are always very balanced and harmonious. The pinot noir gives structure, power and notes of small berries, the chardonnay refined elegance and freshness, the gamay fruity richness and the aligotè a pleasant vivacity. The labels of the Maison are born from over 130 years of experience in the field of vine cultivation and the elaboration of great wines, always made with love and respect for the territory. The entire production process is carried out following the best artisan customs, to always offer the highest quality. The harvests are carried out manually, with a slightly early harvest of the best bunches, in order to preserve the right acidity for the sparkling wine bases. The grapes are pressed in a very soft way, separately for each variety, to extract only the precious must. Fermentation proceeds at a low temperature in order to enhance the scents and aromas. The base wines mature in stainless steel tanks or in oak barrels, according to their characteristics and subsequent use. At the end of the refinement period, the base wines are selected and blended to create the final cuvées. The second fermentation takes place in the bottle, according to the Traditional Method. At the end of the rest period sur lattes, we proceed with the remuage, the dégorgement and the final dosage with the liqueur d'expédition. We follow the same steps that lead to the creation of Champagne, with the only difference of the territorial origin. The range of labels of the Maison Louis Bouillot can satisfy every consumer. The production is, in fact, divided into various collections: the Classics, which focus on the fruity fragrance, the Millesimati, dedicated to those who love to savor the taste of the vintage, Les Grands Terroir, which reward the best plots of the estate and finally Les Audacieuses, expression of the desire to experiment.

Louis Jadot

Louis Latour

Louis Latour

Louis Moreau

Louis Moreau

Louis Roederer

Roederer is an icon, a symbol, a style: the style created by the Champagne house that has influenced generations of enthusiasts and devotees and which, since its foundation in 1833, remains one of the last independent and family-run Champagne companies. Its origins actually date back to the seventeenth century when the maison had another name, but it is thanks to the arrival of Louis Roederer that we witness the change that will lead to the creation of the myth over the years: Roederer focuses his efforts on the care of the vineyards owned and on their land, buying new ones and going against the tide of the common custom of buying grapes. Louis Roederer was also a great trader, able to understand the potential of Champagne and among the first to look at the foreign market. In fact, in 1876 the first Cuvée Prestige was born, under the name of Cristal, created specifically for Tsar Alexander II. Currently there are 240 hectares of the maison, strictly located in the Grands and Premiers Crus de la Marne. The vineyards are followed according to a "tailor-made" viticulture, based on the diversity of the soils and climate where they arise, leaving more and more space for agriculture that respects biodiversity and in a biodynamic perspective. Followed by the heirs of Louis Roederer always attentive to innovation and foresight, the maison has built up its legendary reputation over the years, which today makes Roederer one of the best known names not only in Champagne, but all over the world.

Louis Roederer

Lucano

Amaro Lucano is the product of a secret recipe created in 1894 by Cavaliere Pasquale Vena in the laboratory of his biscuit factory, in Pisticci Scalo di Matera, in Basilicata. The liqueur immediately became emblematic, known and appreciated throughout Italy to the point of reaching royal families such as the House of Savoy. It will then be the 50s, which will see Leonardo and Giuseppe Vena, the sons of the producer, as protagonists, to mark the turning point for the company, which in these years has become a real industrial reality. The 60s and 70s will see them engaged in important advertising campaigns, which will culminate in the 80s in the legendary advertising with the famous claim: "What more do you want from life? A Lucan!" The recipe is still secret today and consists of over 30 herbs selected and dried using natural methods, to which additional ingredients are added for a liqueur that will be left to mature for 5 months.

Luce della Vite

Luce Della Vite is a brand of the Marquis de 'Frescobaldi group, which was born in Montalcino in the early nineties from the meeting of Vittorio Frescobaldi and Robert Mondavi, united by the interest in making wine in an exceptional terroir like that of Montalcino . The estate covers about 192 hectares of land, of which about 55 are vineyards, at an altitude between 350 and 420 meters above sea level. The cultivated varieties are Sangiovese, present in the highest vineyards where the well-drained soil is rich in marl, and Merlot, which instead is present in the lower vineyards with clayey soils. From these two varieties alone, with the skilful craftsmanship of the winemakers, heirs of the teaching of the great Robert Mondavi, great wines are born, recognized and appreciated by the entire international scene and by the most important critics.

Luce della Vite

Luciano Sandrone

Luciano Sandrone

Lucien Le Moine

Lucien Muzard & Fils

Ludovic Belin

Luigi Baudana

Luigi Pira

Luna Beberide

Lunae

The Lunae winery has a thousand-year history that dates back to the times of the Etruscans, Greeks and Romans, from whom it inherited the great winemaking tradition. The company was founded in 1966 thanks to the passion of Paolo Bosoni, who took the reins of the family possessions, focusing his attention on viticulture. The winery is located in the extraordinary terroir of the Colli di Luni, south of the Magra river, within the province of La Spezia, on the border between Liguria and Tuscany . The name Lunae derives from the name of the city of Luni, an ancient Etruscan port, consecrated to the goddess Selene, which means Moon for the Latins. Lunae has been cultivating the vineyard, producing wine and enhancing the culture of the territory for three generations, with a completely familiar condition handed down from father to son. Lunae wines express the personality and character of native vines, respecting the terroir and the different cultivated areas. Lunae wines The Lunae vineyards consist of small plots of land (no larger than 2-3 hectares), rich in skeleton and minerals, which thanks to the Apuan Alps are protected from the cold north winds, and benefit from good ventilation and a considerable thermal excursion thanks to the proximity of the sea. These particular conditions are excellent for the quality and character of the wines. The attention in the vineyard is maximum, no herbicides are used and the fertilizers are exclusively natural. A part of the plots is dedicated to experimental vineyards, in collaboration with the CNR of Turin and the Liguria Region. The grapes, harvested manually in crates, are processed in the modern cellar, the true heart of Lunae, created to preserve the quality created in the vineyard with careful and constant work in all stages of vinification up to bottling and aging in the bottle, in steel and Wood. Lunae white wine The most famous Lunae white wine is Vermentino , obtained in purity and characterized by an intense, persistent and very elegant aroma, with the typical floral and fruity notes of the grape and a pleasant flavor on the palate that makes it the wine par excellence in combination. with seafood cuisine. Among the other white vines used we find the traditional Albarola , vinified both alone and in blend with Malvasia . The Lunae range, however, also includes red wines based on Ciliegiolo, Merlot and other red berried grapes, two appetizing sparkling wines and a noteworthy Passito Vermentino. The latest born, the Lunae artisanal liqueurs, which with their intense and enveloping taste are ideal for the end of a meal. What is the ideal pairing for Lunae Vermentino wine? Lunae Vermentino wine is perfect with all seafood dishes: fantastic with pasta with clams and pesto, it also goes well with grilled fish and raw fish appetizers. What white wines besides Pigato Lunae does this company produce? Lunae produces other white wines of the territory in addition to Pigato, such as an excellent pure Albarola and various blends based on Albarola, Vermentino and Malvasia; unmissable, of course, their Vermentino. Which grapes does Carpe Diem Lunae come from? Carpe Diem Lunae is a blend of Albarola, Greco and Malvasia which, thanks to its floral scents, is also ideal for aperitifs.

Lungarotti

The Lungarotti winery was founded in the 1960s by Giorgio Lungarotti. The company still maintains a strong family imprint, based on respect for important values such as tradition, history and territory. The range of Lungarotti wines is articulated, starting from the diversity of the vineyards, which, due to the composition of the soil or microclimate, transmit strong characters to the grapes. From the Tenute di Torgiano and Montefalco, in fact, the classic wines of the area are born, from the most suitable vineyards the reserves while in the Fattoria del Pometo young wines are produced, of immediate pleasure.

Lustau

The Lustau winery was founded in 1730 in Jerez de la Frontera, in the province of Cadiz, in the south-east of Andalusia. Pedro Domecq Lembeye's business perspective, at the forefront of those times, developed the business inherited from his uncle in 1794 in an exemplary way, so much so that the company was handed down from generation to generation to the present day. In 1992 the Domecq group became a leader in the Wine & Spirit sector in Spain. Lustau is known for the production of Sherry, the most famous wine in Spain. It is produced in the restricted geographical area of Jerez and its origins date back to about 3,000 years, it is thought that the first to approach this wine were the Phoenicians or the Greeks. Sherry is a unique and inimitable wine, it represents the true essence of the terroir of origin.

Lynsolence

M. Chapoutier

M. Chapoutier & Laughton

M. et C. Lapierre

M. Sorrel

Macallan

Macallan is an old Scottish whiskey distillery, which was born on the west bank of the River Spey, near the city of Aberlour. Founded on the beautiful estate of Easter Elchies House, dating back to the 1700s, the estate comprises 158 hectares of land, of which 37 are planted with barley. Its foundation dates back to 1824 thanks to Alexander Reid, who however did not remain in charge of the business for long and after a series of ownership changes, the distillery passed into the hands of Roderick Kemp, a liquor merchant who also changed its name. with the current Macallan. During the twentieth century the distillery undergoes a process of modernization of the structure and equipment, which will significantly increase production over the years which will more recently lead to being Macallan, the third best-selling Single Malt ever, loved and appreciated by lovers of everything. the world.

Macchiole

Macioche

Maculan

For 3 generations the Maculan family has been selecting and making wine the best grapes from Breganze, an enchanting village nestled in the hills of the Venetian Pre-Alps. The extremely mild climate, thanks to the natural protection offered by the nearby Asiago Plateau, favors the cultivation of vines in this area. The vineyards, located in the municipality of Breganze and in the DOC Breganze area, are cultivated with great passion and care, the same used in the cellar, to give life to wines of excellent quality.

Maison Alex Gambal

Maison Joseph Faiveley

Maison Louis Jadot

Maison Louis Latour

Maison Roche de Bellene

Maker's Mark

Malenchini

Malfy

Malma

The bodega Malma, owned by the Viola family, is a wine project born in San Patricio del Chañar in the Neuquén province, often abbreviated as NQN, in the heart of Patagonia. The labels produced by the winery are the result of the collaboration with the oenologist Ricardo Galante, whose goal is to enhance every single microterroir and the combination of it with the different grape varieties, but above all to bring the name of Patagonia high. wine in the world, an often underestimated Argentine region that is characterized by an excellent temperature range between day and night that allows slow ripening and better accumulation of sugars and aromas in the berries.

Malvirà

Mandois

Mandrarossa

The Mandrarossa winery is located along the southern coast of Sicily, in an uncontaminated area with enchanting landscapes. This particular position, in the center of the Mediterranean, recreates the ideal environmental conditions, in terms of light, temperature and sea breezes, to grow grapes of the highest quality. The company has a very large indigenous varietal heritage, located within different terroirs, optimal for each vine, which expresses by highlighting their distinctive personality and typicality. Experimentation and research in the vineyard allow to bring innovation to the way of interpreting this territory and to enrich the important family tradition handed down for generations, always respecting the environment. The careful selection in the vineyard, passion and experience are the essential ingredients that make Mandrarossa wines the high-end products of Cantine Settesoli, able to satisfy the finest palates thanks to their exclusive charm.

Mannella

Manni Nössing

Manfred Nössing, known to everyone as Manni, is a young South Tyrolean winemaker, who succeeded in drawing attention to his wines towards the end of the nineties and is now considered one of the best whites in South Tyrol. Its vineyards are located on the first hills near the town of Bressanone, in the locality of Kranebitt, and cultivated with typical vines of the area. Point of reference for the viticulture of the Isarco Valley, Manni Nössing produces typical, fragrant and high quality wines; for these reasons, his very young company has managed in a short time to obtain various and prestigious awards from the main magazines and guides of the sector, both Italian and foreign.

Marani

Marc Hebrart

Marchand-Tawse

Marchesato degli Aleramici

The Marchesato degli Aleramici farm was founded in 1968 on the Galampio farm, in the municipality of Montalcino, a legendary terroir in the province of Siena. The winery is located in Pian delle Vigne, in the old farmhouse located on the gentle slope that descends from the state forest towards the Ombrone river. In this magical place Brunello di Montalcino and Rosso di Montalcino are produced, exceptional wines of great value, which perfectly describe the territory of origin.

Marchesi Antinori

The Marchesi Antinori are among the greatest protagonists in the history of Italian wine. For more than six hundred years and 26 generations, the Antinori family has been dedicated to wine production. It was in 1385 that the progenitor of the family, Giovanni di Piero Antinori, became part of the Florentine Art of the Vinattieri, as an apprentice. Slowly the production of wine, together with the silk trade and banking activities, became a successful business. In 1543, Alessandro Antinori was one of the richest men in Florence and as early as 1700 Antinori wines were exported to England. In 1861 Antinori was given the title of Marquis and at the end of the nineteenth century the current Marchesi Antinori was established. Exports continued to increase, Marchesi Antinori wines had now also arrived in the United States and Argentina. In 1940, the family began the expansion of the estates in Tuscany and bought the Castello della Sala in Orvieto, also starting to produce white wines. Piero Antinori inherited the company from his father Niccolò Antinori and is the honorary president of the company, currently chaired by the eldest daughter of the Marquis: Albiera Antinori. Over the centuries, the Antinori family has always managed the company directly, crossing history while respecting tradition and the territory. The ability of vision, the continuous experiments in the vineyards and in the cellar, the foresight and the constant search for quality have led the Marquises Antinori to ride the centuries in the name of expansion, always investing in new projects and wineries outside the estates historical in Tuscany and Umbria and continuing to produce quality wines also in other regions of Italy and abroad. Red wine Marchesi Antinori The Marchesi Antinori red wines are appreciated all over the world. The best known and most renowned are the Brunello di Montalcino Pian delle Vigne, the Chianti Classico Pèppoli, the Chianti Classico Riserva Villa Antinori, the Chianti Classico Gran Selezione Badia a Passignano and the two great red wines Tignanello and Solaia . But what are the characteristics of these unique red wines and of the estates where they are produced? One of the greatest red wines of the Marchesi Antinori is Brunello di Montalcino , produced in the Pian delle Vigne estate. The estate is located in the south-west area of Montalcino, in the province of Siena, and consists of 184 hectares, of which 65 are planted with Sangiovese (called "Brunello"), arranged at an altitude of 130 meters above sea level and cultivated on a clayey soil rich in skeleton. The aging of Brunello Pian delle Vigne takes place in traditional large barrels and is a classic wine, the result of the personal interpretation of the Marchesi Antinori, which expresses elegance and flavor. Another noteworthy red wine of the Antinori marquises is the Chianti Classico Riserva Villa Antinori, which takes its name from the family villa: the Villa del Cigliano, located in the Chianti Classico area, in San Casciano in Val di Pesa, in the province of Florence. Since 1546, for generations, the Antinori have been born and lived in Villa del Cigliano, which represents the identity and the beginning of the history of the Antinori family. The Chianti Classico Riserva Villa Antinori is a contemporary wine that tells the territory and the past. Among the countless red wines produced by the Marchesi Antinori, a special mention deserves the Chianti Classico DOCG Pèppoli, produced in the Tenuta Pèppoli. The origins of this estate date back to 1379, when the Ghibellines defeated the Guelphs and destroyed the monastery of Badia a Passignano, among whose properties, divided among the nobles of Florence, was the Pèppoli estate, a vast area planted with vineyards since Vallombrosian monks in the Middle Ages and which since 1985 has become the property of the Antinori family. The vineyards of Tenuta Pèppoli extend over an area of 50 hectares and are located in a valley facing north-east and characterized by a mineral soil rich in marl. The mainly cultivated vines are Sangiovese , Merlot , Syrah and Malvasia . The refinement of the Chianti Classico Pèppoli DOCG takes place in large oak barrels, which makes the wine lively, fruity and floral: a perfect expression of the Chianti Classico terroir. If what you have in mind is to taste a more structured and complex Marchesi Antinori red wine, you cannot miss the Chianti Classico Gran Selezione DOCG Badia a Passignano. Tenuta Badia a Passignano is made up of 223 hectares, 65 of which are mainly Sangiovese vineyards and is considered one of the oldest areas of the Chianti Classico, as demonstrated by the discovery, in 1983, of a millenary vitis vinifera plant. The vineyards of Badia a Passignano extend over a soil of calcareous / clayey origin, where the Sangiovese grapes are carefully selected to produce the Chianti Classico Gran Selezione. Another Marchesi Antinori Red wine that we cannot fail to mention is the very famous Tignanello, produced in the Tignanello Estate. Discover the best selection of Marchesi Antinori Red Wine on Vino.com. What are the Antinori di Bolgheri wines? The Antinori wines of the Bolgheri DOC are produced in the famous Tenuta Guado al Tasso, located in the Upper Maremma. The winemaking history of the Guado al Tasso estate begins with the Della Gherardesca family, at the end of the 1700s, but reaches its peak in 1930, when Piero Antinori's mother, Carlotta della Gherardesca Antinori, inherits the Guado al Tasso estate. The vineyards of the estate extend over an area of 320 hectares, in the plain of the Bolgheri amphitheater and are mainly planted with Cabernet Sauvignon , Merlot, Syrah, Cabernet Franc , Petit Verdot and Vermentino . The most important Antinori wines of the DOC Bolgheri are Bolgheri DOC Burnt, the Bolgheri DOC Guado al Tasso, Bolgheri Superiore DOC Cont'Ugo and Bolgheri DOC Rosato Scalabrone. These are elegant wines, with a strong personality and great aromatic complexity. If you are curious to taste them, do not miss the best selection on Vino.com. What is the best known Antinori red wine? Antinori's most famous red wine is Tignanello, produced in the Tignanello Estate, in the heart of the Chianti Classico . The villa of the estate dates back to 1500 but was rebuilt on the foundations of an estate from 1346. In the seventeenth century, the estate passed into the hands of the Medici, acquiring the name of "Fonte dei Medici" and from the mid-1800s it became the property of the Antinori family. . Tenuta Tignanello extends over a territory of 319 hectares of which 130 are vineyards. In reality, the estate does not only produce the majestic Tignanello but also the other flagship of the Marquises Antinori: Solaia. Tignanello and Solaia are two majestic wines, obtained from vineyards cultivated on calcareous soils, rich in marl and alberese, in a microclimate characterized by strong temperature variations between day and night. The vines grown are Sangiovese, Malvasia, Trebbiano , Cabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet Franc, which in this area express an extraordinary character, giving rise to strong, elegant and full-bodied wines. What are the characteristics of Antinori's Tignanello wine? Antinori's Tignanello is a red wine made from Sangiovese, Cabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet Franc grapes. It was the first blend of Sangiovese and international grapes, as well as the first wine produced with a Sangiovese aged in barriques. Even the Tignanello label has a considerable historical value. It was designed by Silvio Coppola in 1974 and shows the historical coat of arms of the Antinori family, the "sun" of Tignanello in the graphic version by Silvio Coppola and the signature of the father of the Marquis Piero Antinori, Niccolò Antinori. It is a wine with an intense, complex and long ruby red color, characterized by notes of red fruit, black currant and blackberry. It has hints of chocolate and licorice and is rich and enveloping on the palate, with velvety tannins. Il Tignanello is available on Vino.com, find out all the details.

Marchesi Ginori Lisci

The winery of the Marquises Ginori Lisci, already known for the production of porcelain, is located in the heart of the Alta Maremma and develops around the Ginori Castle, owned by the family since the late 1980s. Since 1997 the estate has been producing wines of excellent quality, the result of an attention dedicated to each stage of processing and a pervasive adherence to naturalness. Proud of its history, the Ginori Lisci company optimizes its production processes and looks to the future by enriching itself with innovative solutions.

Marchesi Gresy

Marchesi Guerrieri Gonzaga

Marchesi Mazzei

The history of the Mazzei family dates back to the 11th century and is closely linked not only to the Tuscan winemaking tradition, but also to the entire cultural life of the region. In fact, since their origins, the Mazzei have worked as winemakers and are important figures in Florentine society. Even today, the Mazzei family is at the head of one of the most successful wineries in Italy, guided by a continuous commitment in the pursuit of excellence, by a desire to enhance the territory and by a rigorous respect for the environment, which is it also materializes in the choice of self-production of energy. With the acquisition of the Belguardo estates, located in the Tuscan Maremma area, and Zisola, in the Sicilian municipality of Noto, the Mazzei family has expanded its production, opening up to two of the most promising areas in Italy.

Marchesi Pancrazi

The Tenuta di Bagnolo dates back to 1500 and was built by the Florentine family of the Strozzi princes, who remained the sole owners until 1965, when the last exponent of the family bequeathed it to his niece, Cristina Morrocchi in Pancrazi. Chance played a fundamental role in the history of the wine production of the Marquis Pancrazi: in 1970, when the vineyards of the Bagnolo farm were replanted, an error was made by the nurseryman, who supplied Pinot Nero instead of the traditional Sangiovese. The mistake turned out to be fortunate, because the characteristics of the soil and the climate allow the production of a high quality Pinot Noir, enhancing its characteristics and aromas.

Marco Antonelli

Marcoux

Mario Schiopetto

Marisa Cuomo

The Marisa Cuomo cellars were born in 1980, among vines and rocks overlooking the sea of Furore. Here the grapes grow clinging to the rock, exposed to the magical action of the sun and the sea of the Amalfi Coast. The selection of noble grapes and the search for the right degree of freshness, combined with cutting-edge processing techniques, give life to wines with a unique and extraordinary flavor. In the ancient cellar dug into the rock, a fascinating, humid and cool place that houses the French oak barriques, the wines of the cellar mature, produced according to the most modern techniques, in a combination of nature and technology.

Marisa Cuomo

Marjan Simcic

Markus Molitor

Markus Molitor

Marotti Campi

Marqués de Cáceres

In 1970 Enrique Forner founded the Marqués de Cáceres company and created a historic alliance with the city of Cenicero, located in the La Rioja Alta region. The first wine of the Forner family was produced in 1975. The company has been dedicating itself to successful wines for five generations now, focusing on constant quality, investment in technologies and continuous innovation to try to get the best wines from all over the Spanish region. The Marqués de Cáceres company, which is present in more than 130 countries, offers its consumers a contemporary wine that can be tasted and shared with friends but which remains synonymous with tradition.

Marques Murrieta

Marquis d'Angerville

Marquis d'Angerville

Marquis de Goulaine

Marroneto

Mars Shinshu

Marsuret

Martell

Martell is the oldest of the cognac producing companies, founded in 1715 when the English Jean Martell arrives in France to start trading spirits.Through subsequent generations, Martell quickly becomes one of the reference cognac distilleries in Europe, creating the his first VSOP cognac in 1831. In 1838 the family moved its headquarters to Chanteloup, the famous castle that will welcome personalities from all over the world. But it was over the next two centuries that Martell became the icon of French cognac, a symbol of luxury and aristocracy: always present in gala dinners and banquets, this cognac will be present at the coronation of King George V of England , on the maiden voyage of the Queen Mary and in several famous Hollywood films, testifying to her notoriety and fame that have characterized these extraordinary cognacs for over 300 years.

Martini

Martoccia

Marzadro

The history of the Marzadro Distillery is closely intertwined with the history of the Italian post-war period. In Trentino , the war had hit the economy and the population hard, the girls of the small villages, in order to survive, went "to service" with wealthy families also in other parts of Italy. Sabina Marzadro had the same fate, but on her return to Trentino, she decided to follow her dreams and to undertake the art of distillation. His goal was clear: to distil quality Grappa. With effort and sacrifice he managed to have an alembic built and in 1949 the first pomace finally arrived to start production. Grappa Marzadro soon became famous throughout the village and production began to grow, with Sabina and her brother Attilio at the head of the distillery. In 1960 Sabina left the distillery in the hands of her brother and wife Teresa, the change of management also corresponded to a subsequent renewal of the plant and of the company. Attilio's family grew rapidly so much so that the children soon began to help their parents in the management of the distillery. In 1975 the Marzadro Distillery created the first single-variety Grappa, obtained from Marzemino grape marc. At the end of the seventies, the copper stills of the Marzadro Distillery were already in Bagnomaria, a great innovation in the world of distillation, since prolonged heating enriched the vapor with aromas. In the eighties, after the company passed from Attilio to his sons, the Grappa crisis began. The world had changed, big brands and advertising dominated the market. Attilio's heirs acted quickly by creating a new type of product that better respond to market demands. The grappa-based liqueur was produced with blueberries from Trentino. After the great Grappa crisis, Marzadro continued to grow and the Rovereto site was added to the original Brancolino distillery. Today, the third generation is at the helm of Marzadro, the head office has been moved to Nogaredo and the family has been and continues to be the beating heart of the company. Grappa Marzadro Grappa Marzadro is the result of a distillation that lasts continuously for 100 days, from September to December. The distilled pomace comes from the indigenous grape varieties of Trentino, are carefully selected and then distilled in a bain-marie, in a discontinuous alembic still. Marzadro's copper stills are artisanal and the whole distillation process is controlled with advanced systems. The Marzadro Grappas differ in aromaticity, aromas and flavors, even if elegance, character and softness are the traits that unite them all. On Vino.com you will find a wide selection of Marzadro Grappa : the Young Traditional Trentino, with its strong notes and the scents of alpine herbs from Trentino; the Grappa Affina Riserva Ciliegio, elegant, sweet and complex; Grappa Stravecchia Le Diciotto Lune, produced for the first time in 2002, obtained from the best pomace of Trentino, aged for at least 18 months and characterized by a full and round taste. Discover all the Marzadro Spirits and their characteristics. What are the characteristics of Grappa Marzadro Giare Amarone? Grappa Giare Amarone is obtained by distilling the pomace of Amarone della Valpolicella : Corvina , Rondinella and Molinara in a bain-marie, in a discontinuous alembic still. It is a fine and elegant Grappa, with strong aromas and a velvety flavor. Grappa Giare is enveloping, it is aged 36 months in small barrels, acquiring an extraordinary harmony and persistence. Discover all the features on Vino.com. What are the characteristics of Grappa Marzadro Fieno? Grappa Fieno Marzadro is obtained from the infusion in alcohol of cut and dried hay from the mountain meadows of Trentino. It has an extremely floral scent, delicate and aromatic notes and an enveloping taste. What are the characteristics of Grappa Marzadro based on chamomile? Grappa Camilla, is the Marzadro distillate based on Chamomile. Its main ingredient is chamomile, which is harvested in the meadows in the Trentino mountains and then cold macerated for 30 days in Grappa. The resulting distillate combines the characteristics of Grappa with the aromatic notes of chamomile, creating a light and ideal liqueur at the end of a meal. The olfactory profile of Grappa Camilla is very floral and aromatic, while its taste profile is particularly delicate and enveloping. Discover the details of Grappa Camilla on Vino.com.

Mas Jullien

Mascarello Giuseppe e Figlio

Masciarelli

Masciarelli Tenute Agricole was founded in 1981 and is located in the province of Chieti, in the town of San Martino sulla Marruccina, a place rich and full of history. The entrepreneur at the helm of the company, Giuseppe Masciarelli, demonstrates in his business the passion that binds him to the world of wine and the desire to enhance the native vines of the Abruzzo region. The company moves on a continuous innovative drive, without ever violating the dictates of tradition and operating with a deep respect for the environment. Marina Cvetic, the most significant line of the brand, represents the company Cru of great qualitative value, obtained thanks to the collaboration between Giuseppe Masciarelli himself and his wife Marina.

Masi

The Masi winery takes its name from "Vaio dei Masi", the valley that was bought by the Boscaini family at the end of the nineteenth century. The history of Masi therefore starts from afar and has its roots in the most genuine and authentic Venetian tradition. The winery has been managed by the Boscaini family for seven generations, always keeping alive the passion for the Venetian wine world. Masi manages estates of great prestige both in the original area dedicated to the Valpolicella Classica and in the macro-region of the Venezie. The great merit of this winery has been to update itself year after year, to improve the quality of its bottles more and more, to confirm itself as a leading reality in the world of wine. Masi: from Valpolicella to the conquest of the world. In addition to the main estate, "Vaio dei Masi", the company boasts other jewels, such as the noble Serego Alighieri possessions, belonging to the direct descendants of the poet Dante and, in Trentino, the Bossi Fedrigotti Historical Estates (formerly 3 Bicchieri Gambero Rosso with the Fojaneghe 2012). Masi has also developed a wine-making project in Argentina, in the Mendoza region, precisely in the Tupungato valley at the foot of the volcano of the same name, where it has found perfect environmental and cultural conditions to welcome the grapes and winemaking techniques of the Venetian regions, in particular the withering of which it has a recognized expertise. Red wine: the best of Masi Masi is a leader in the production of red wine, and in particular of Amarone , obtained according to the ancient technique of drying the grapes, which rest on bamboo racks during the winter months to concentrate perfumes and aromas in the wine. The other crucial phase for the creation of an Amarone is the refinement, which Masi does respecting tradition and reinterpreting it in a modern key, thus rewriting the history of Amarone with Costasera, the Costasera Riserva version or Campofiorin, precursor of Ripasso. . What is the most famous Amarone Masi? The most famous and awarded Amarone Masi is undoubtedly the Amarone della Valpolicella Classico DOCG Costasera, awarded by the international guides year after year.

Maso Martis

Masone Mannu

Massa

Masseria Altemura

The Masseria Altamura estate is located in the heart of the Salento peninsula, within the territory of Torre Santa Susanna and Oria. Owned by the Zonin family, this estate covers over 300 hectares of land, of which 130 are used for the cultivation of vineyards based on native grapes. Masseria Altamura creates great excellences, maintaining a strong relationship with the territorial tradition of Salento, and trying to re-propose the emotions and colors of the Apulian culture in the bottle.

Masseria Felicia

Masseria Ficarigna

One of the most venerated lands of contrast in Italy, from the pleasant summer seasons to the ancient historical testimonies. Among the symbols of Salento, the prickly pear picks up duplicity because it can hurt but with a sweet fruit, like any real contrast. This is the first symbol chosen to name Masseria Ficarigna in the local dialect, a wine project and true container of biodiversity: the labels of its wines recall the local fauna and find in the many varieties a true source of inspiration to guide the authentic taste of regionality. . Generous and forgiving land, with vineyards immersed in an enviable climatic complexity, this area experiences the proximity to the sea in the name of contamination: while the Adriatic and the Ionian countries compete for varied clayey-limestone soils, the exposure is always mitigated by sea currents. A guarantee of true balance for emblematic and representative wines that owe most of their fame and power to a land entirely kissed by the sun.

Masseria Li Veli

Masseto

Massolino

Massolino is an important name in the Barolo area, one of the historic companies of the Consortium for the protection of Barolo and Barbaresco , founded by Giuseppe and Angela Massolino, the sons of Giovanni Massolino. Giovanni was in turn the founder of the company, which was born in Serralunga d'Alba in 1896. An authentic as well as historical reality, which personally experienced the birth, development and definitive explosion of the Barolo phenomenon. But the real turning point came when Giuseppe's three sons - Giovanni, Camilla and Renato - bought new vineyards in the Serralunga area towards the end of the seventies, creating what will be the three great crus of the company: 1.5 hectares of Mar Hungary. , Parafadda of 1.13 and Vigna Rionda of 2.3. To date, the company has a total of 24 hectares that also diversify into other varieties in addition to Nebbiolo intended for the production of Barolo such as Dolcetto , Moscato and Barbera . To pass on Giovanni's passion and knowledge today are the brothers Franco and Roberto, who continue a path that began more than a century ago and which has since been a real point of reference in the denomination of Barolo. Massolino wine The first structure of the Massolino winery in the village of Serralunga d'Alba develops under the family manor house, with a first winemaking and aging department. With the purchase of new vineyards at the end of the 1970s, an expansion was necessary, which saw a courageous choice: Giovanni, Camilla and Renato Massolino in fact decided with tenacious obstinacy to leave the historic center of Serralunga intact and to make any further enlargement underground , so that the wines can "be born" and refine in optimal conditions. Today, the old manor house has been renovated and is the heart of the Massolino visitor center, which allows you to taste Massolino wines just a few steps from the grapes that originate them. Massolino red wine Red wine has made Massolino one of the most important producers of the Barolo appellation, with wines such as Barolo Vigna Rionda Riserva 2014, defined by the Luigi Veronelli Seminary as "one of the masterpieces of Italian viticulture of excellence" and Barolo Riserva Vigna Rionda 2013 and Barolo Parafada 2015 awarded by James Suckling. Over the years there has also been no shortage of results from Italian guides such as Gambero Rosso and international magazines such as Falstaff, with Barolo Margheria 2014, in ninth place among the 100 best wines under € 100. Massolino distinguished himself with structured and complex Barolos, aged in large barrels according to tradition, and celebrated by critics and magazines such as Antonio Galloni (who defines Barolo Riserva Vigna Rionda 2015 as a magnificent wine), Jancis Robinson (who rewards Barolo Serralunga with 17 points) and Decanter which also rewards the company's Nebbiolo with 95 points. Alongside Barolo and Nebbiolo , Massolino sees the production of a very interesting Barbera, a noteworthy Langhe Chardonnay, and the inevitable Moscato and Dolcetto. What awards has Barolo Massolino received? Barolo Massolino has received more awards over the course of the various vintages, and the most important milestone is certainly the 7th place in Wine Spectator's TOP 100 ranking obtained with Barolo 2016. What characteristics does Massolino Nebbiolo have? Massolino Nebbiolo has the typical characteristics of the grape, with marked aromas of violets and raspberries and a unique elegance, which makes it in effect a younger brother of Barolo.

Mastroberardino

Respect for the territory, the environment and tradition to protect cultural identity; this is the principle that has inspired and guided the Mastroberardino family in the management of the winery, since its origins. Ten generations who have led the family business with consistency and passion. Mastroberardino is a synthesis of tradition and technological skills, not aimed at changing the nature or fundamental characteristics of its ancient wines, but at preserving their existence and value, making them compatible with the evolution of the schemes that distinguish their products.

Mastrojanni

Mastrojanni is a wine-making reality born when in 1975 Gabriele Mastrojanni, a Roman lawyer, decided to buy the San Pio and Loreto estates in the heart of Montalcino. In a period of prehistory for Brunello and in an extremely poor and agricultural territory, Gabriele chooses to focus on viticulture, planting vineyards on the land of his estates. The variety was obviously Sangiovese. Relying on the oenologist Maurizio Castelli, who still manages the company today, Mastrojanni soon becomes a reference point in Montalcino following the rules of extreme attention in the vineyard and in the cellar, from the rigorous selection of the bunch at the right ripeness, to the immediate vinification in cellar, which takes place in both concrete and wood. Today the winery has been taken over by the Illy group, which continues in the sign of Gabriele a production of excellent quality of Brunello, meeting the success and appreciation of enthusiasts and experts from all over the world.

Matsui Shuzo

Matteo Correggia

Matteo Correggia is a company that was born from the will of its namesake founder, a true pioneer of the territory today very much in vogue in the Roero, but which at the time Matteo inherited the family farm in 1985, was an unknown territory and purely intended for other types of crops. Matteo chooses to focus on viticulture, planting new vineyards and thus constituting a real case in Roero: with the idea of creating great wines in mind, Matteo focuses on native varieties such as Nebbiolo, Barbera and Arneis, thanks to which it manages to land also overseas. Matteo Correggia also joins the Barolo Boys - to whom the explosion of the Barolo phenomenon is due - even though he is not a producer of Barolo, testifying to the importance that Matteo had in these lands. Today the company continues in the footsteps left by Matteo, carried on by his family, respectful of the work of a real precursor of the Roero terroir.

Matteo Correggia

Matusalem

Matusalem was born in 1872, during the golden age of Cuba. Rum Matusalem is a timeless distillate, which has expressed elegance and good taste for almost 150 years. In the years of the foundation of Matusalem Cuba was an ideal place to invest, one of the Latin American countries where initiative was rewarded, a perfect habitat to produce a Rum that would have spanned the decades and established itself as a very high quality distillate. The name Matusalem was chosen by the founders Benjamín and Eduardo Camp, together with Evaristo Álvarez to define a timeless Rum, as eternal as Matusalem, the biblical character who lived 969 years. An elegant and free swallow was chosen as the symbol of Matusalem, since several flocks of swallows began to nest near the Matusalem production plant soon after its construction. The Golden Age of Cuba was a pivotal historical phase for Matusalem's expansion and success. The elegant and glamorous Cuba of those years attracted numerous Americans pushed to the island by the strict prohibition of the United States of America. Rum Matusalem represented Cuba, the fashion and spirit of the moment. Since 2015 the production plant has been moved to the Dominican Republic, due to the microclimate similar to that of Santiago de Cuba. Although the production country has changed, Matusalem rum retains an elegant timeless spirit in the eyes of all. Discover the selection on Vino.com. Matusalem rum Rum Matusalem is aged with the Solera system, a method typically used to make brandy and sherry. Matusalem was the first company to apply the solera system to the production of rum, influencing the flavor in a unique way. A unique feature of Matusalem is that the "Santiago Master Blender" has always been a member of the family, since 1872. This figure also plays a central role in choosing the level of toasting of the barrels used for aging, which in the case of Matusalem are slightly carbonized, an aspect that gives the distillate unique aromatic and gustatory characteristics. The Solera method, adopted for aging, is defined as dynamic because the barrels used are different from each other and moreover they are arranged on several levels. The first rum produced by Matusalem was the Gran Reserva Solera 15, an iconic award-winning dark rum born in 1872 and still today the symbol of Matusalem for its velvety and intense taste. It is considered the "Cognac of Rum" and is especially appreciated for its woody and complex notes. What is the price of the Matusalem? The price of Rum Matusalem fluctuates between Euro 20.90 and 59.90 depending on the type. Rum Solera Matusalem 7 years has a lower price than the Matusalem Gran Reserva 15 years and the Matusalem Gran Reserva 23 years, since the processing and the duration of the aging process are different. On Vino.com you can find the Matusalem selection at very competitive prices. Discover Rum Matusalem on your trusted online wine shop. What are the characteristics of the 7 Year Old Matusalem? Matusalem 7 years is a golden rum characterized by notes of caramel, banana, vanilla and maple syrup. It is a soft and elegant rum, ideal both smooth and as a base for cocktails. It has a great aroma and creaminess and is aged following the Solera method. It is a rum that follows the Matusalem philosophy, excelling for its versatility. Discover the characteristics of the Rum Matusalem 7 years on Vino.com.

Mauro

Mauro Molino

Mauro Molino

Mauro Veglio

Maxime Cheurlin Noellat

Maximin Grünhaus

Maxwell

Mazzarosa

Medici Ermete

Medici Ermete is an Emilian company of 75 hectares in the heart of the Lambrusco production area. Production began towards the end of the 19th century in the province of Reggio Emilia, with the progenitor Remigio and continued for over a century through four generations of the family. Today the family, which has consolidated over the years all the experience and passion of a hundred years of history, has decided to focus everything on high quality production, through a rigorous selection of the grapes. With a yield per hectare that is sometimes even 40% lower than the specification, Medici Ermete produces a wide range of quality products that have earned it international recognition from critics of a certain importance. Among these, the Lambrusco and the Classic Method sparkling wines certainly stand out, both produced from the same grapes.

Meerlust

Meerlust is a historic South African winery, located near the city of Stellenbosch, in that area which is among the most suitable and famous for viticulture in the country. Founded in 1756 by the Myburgh family, the company has now reached the eighth generation of winemakers, bound by the sole objective of producing wines of the highest quality. The Meerlust vineyards are mainly divided into the varieties of Pinot Noir, Merlot, Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon and Chardonnay. Thanks to a combination of terroir and a truly unique climate; the first composed of clayey layers of alluvial origin and granite, the second consisting of a refreshing sea wind and rather mild temperatures, all the conditions are created for a truly remarkable quality of the grapes, which translates into wines that are the essence same of the South African terroir, not too distant relatives of the great French from which they derive.

Meo Camuzet

Meo Camuzet Frere et Soeurs

Mesa

Mezzacorona

Inserted within the fabulous landscape of the Dolomites, among the spectacular valleys and hills of Trentino, Mezzacorona is one of the largest Italian cooperative wineries which currently brings together more than 1600 passionate winemakers. Its production brings together the knowledge of the members, the strong traditions of a Trentino way of making wine as well as an ever-increasing orientation towards innovation and environmental protection, in order to obtain increasingly natural, fragrant and elegant wines. Being the first to submit a Sustainability Report is an important testimony to the commitment to the territory shown by this important reality of Italian wine. Maximum attention is also paid to the specificities of the different grape varieties, which in these places are able to fully develop their heritage in aromatic and gustatory terms: great selections that tell the story of Trentino, curated by expert hands, which find representative examples in the collection Castel Firmian, wines with an enveloping character and an ancient flavor, and in the Riserve, intended for a more demanding and refined public by virtue of their exclusive profile.

Miani

Michel & Stephane Ogier

Michel Bonnefond

Michel Bouzereau

Michel Chevre

Michel Gonet

Michel Gros

Michel Gros

The Michel Gros estate, founded in 1830 by the Gros family, is located in the heart of the Vosne-Romanée. Having reached the sixth generation of wine producers, it can be said that the company has reached a maturity that allows it to transfer the enological passion and rigor throughout the production process, into high quality products, constant year after year.

Michel Magnien

Michel Noellat et Fils

Michel Sarrazin

Michel Torino - El Esteco

Michele Chiarlo

The history of the Chiarlo winery has ancient roots, which sink into the territory of a Piedmont that is very different from that of today. Here, in 1939, the brothers Pietro and Felice Chiarlo invest all their savings in the countryside, tilling the land and creating terraces by hand to plant the vineyards. Two visionary pioneers who immediately understand the potential of these lands and transmit all their passion to Michele, son of Pietro, who becomes an oenologist studying alongside those who would become sacred monsters of wine such as Renato Ratti , Franco Ziliani and Giacomo Tachis. Michele maintains a traditional approach to wine, aimed at enhancing the indigenous grapes of the Langhe and Monferrato, obtained exclusively from its own vineyards and vinified in purity. Michele Chiarlo wines Craftsmanship is the basis of Michele Chiarlo's wines: all the operations in the vineyard are done manually, from fertilization to operations on the green, up to thinning and harvesting and everything is followed by the attentive and loving gaze of the Chiarlo family, who generations passionately dedicates their whole life to wine. This philosophy translates into attention to detail, with the production of Crus only when the quality of the grapes allows it, with a rigor that comes from the vineyard, conducted with sustainable practices that respect the environment, and continues in the cellar, with pressing. soft, frequent manual punching, and the separate vinification of each parcel to obtain the best. Michele Chiarlo red wine Michele Chiarlo's red wine expresses the typicality and character of the best vines of the region, located in the most prestigious crus. Among the most famous wines we cannot fail to mention Barolo Michele Chiarlo, of exceptional longevity, which is obtained from the Cerequio and Cannubi crus, and Barbaresco, whose elegance is inextricably linked to the Faset and Asili vineyards. There is no shortage of exceptional vineyards even for Barbera , with the extreme slopes of the Montemareto hill and the perfect South East exposure of the Costa delle Monache vineyard. One of the most prestigious properties of the company is Tenuta La Court, born to be the Chateaux of Nizza Docg and capable of generating elegant Barbera with extraordinary longevity and structure. Is Barolo Michele Chiarlo Cerequio considered one of the best wines of this winery? Barolo Michele Chiarlo Cerequio is undoubtedly one of Michele Chiarlo's best wines, and year after year it is awarded internationally by the most famous wine guides, from Gambero Rosso to Wine Spectator. How was Michele Chiarlo Palas born? Michele Chiarlo Palas comes from a selection of grapes from the vineyards of Monforte, Verduno and La Morra and ages for 3 years, of which at least 2 in large barrels, before treating itself with all its pleasure. What is the ideal pairing with Michele Chiarlo Barbaresco? Michele Chiarlo Barbaresco, thanks to its elegance and its gentle and fruity character, goes perfectly with lamb with herbs and ossobuco, and also finds a happy marriage with the typical risottos of the Piedmontese tradition.

Michele Chiarlo

Michele Laluce

The Michele Laluce farm is located in the heart of the Vulture , between Barile and Venosa, with 6 hectares of vines in the Aglianico del Vulture DOC and DOCG production area . Michele Laluce , who founded the company in 2001, follows his Aglianico del vulture from the vineyard to the bottle, with the utmost attention to the environment; for this reason he only grows organic grapes and for a couple of years his company has had a sustainable, environmental and energy impact. From the Aglianico grapes come Zimberno , a red from Vulture with strong fruity notes and a lively and intense character , and Le Drude , a long-lived Aglianico del Vulture DOCG that satisfies the palate with a full and complex structure and a breadth taste worthy of the greatest reds of the south . Enjoy the Aglianico Zimberno of the small company Michele Laluce in the company of your friends, with your rustic menus and grilled meat, and set aside a Le Drude for the special moments when you deserve a proper red!

Michele Satta

The Michele Satta Company was born from the deep passion for the land and from the love for a woman, Lucia, who has accompanied Michele Satta in his choices from the beginning. The fascination for a product that expresses technique and culture, the intuition of being in a place with a very high enological vocation and the meeting with the collaborator Attilio Pagli pushed Michele Satta to be a wine producer. To date the company has 30 hectares of land and boasts an international distribution. Passion, dedication and deep traditional values have made it possible to produce high quality wines.

Michelot

Minuty

Mionetto

Mionetto is immersed in the sweet hilly profile of Valdobbiadene, the heart of the Conegliano Valdobbiadene DOCG. The company, acquired in 2008 by the German group Henkell & CO. Sektkellerei KG, has very ancient origins. It was founded in 1887 by the master winemaker Francesco Mionetto, founder of the family. The modern and innovative imprint, while keeping alive the relationship with the tradition of the territory, is one of the fundamental prerogatives for the Treviso company. Now Mionetto represents one of the excellences in the world of Italian bubbles, thanks to its history but also to the opening towards new market frontiers.

Mirabeau

Miracielo

Mischief and Mayhem

Mitchell & Son

Mitolo

Mixer

Mocali

Moët & Chandon

The history of the Maison Moët & Chandon began in 1743 with the initiative of Claude Moët who started the distribution of Champagne outside the regional borders. The increase in requests and the fame of famous people such as Madame de Pompadour, Napoleon and Thomas Jefferson will make this Champagne increasingly popular and appreciated in the world. Towards the middle of the 19th century, the appearance of Pierre Gabrielle Chandon defines the new name of the Maison in Moët & Chandon. Over time, Moët & Chandon Champagne will assume the connotations of a refined and luxury product precisely by virtue of the processing practices to generate in the collective imagination the idea of an exclusive consumer good suitable for special occasions. With more than 600 ht, today Moët & Chandon is the international reference for quality Champagne and with 24 million bottles the Maison perfectly embodies the refined tastes of enthusiasts and connoisseurs. Among the most successful brands, in addition to Dom Perignon , there is certainly the Brut Imperial, the result of a selection of over 100 wines of which at least 20% represented by reserve wines. For the creation of the Moët & Chandon Champagne, the three main vines of the region are used, namely Pinot Noir , which gives body and consistency; Pinot Meunier , suitable for giving softness and pleasantness; Chardonnay to embellish with freshness and acidity. The production method is defined as the champenoise method or classic method for the assembly of different base wines which, through a second fermentation in the bottle, give the sparkling wine obtained the typical hints of yeast, bread crust, custard, impossible to find with the Charmat method. In fact, most of these aromas depend on the dispersion of the substances contained in the yeasts after the end of the activity that they continued to carry out as a second fermentation with the inclusion of the liqueur de tirage. The long aging of the wine in contact with the yeasts is the reason for high costs and the achievement of an unparalleled qualitative depth on the organoleptic level. Examples are Champagne Brut AOC Resérve Impériale Moët & Chandon or Champagne Demi-Sec AOC Nectar Imperiál Moët & Chandon which refine 36 months on the lees. A shorter refinement is foreseen for Champagne Brut AOC Impérial Moët & Chandon, while with Champagne Extra Brut AOC Grand Vintage 2013 Moët & Chandon it reaches 7 years of refinement. The prestige of Moët & Chandon Champagne Thanks to a history full of illustrious personalities and unforgettable moments, Champagne Moët & Chandon has represented the fascinating background of many meetings and famous events. It is no coincidence that the first veneration for Champagne Moët & Chandon was expressed at the court of Louis XV by Madame de Pompadour, lover of the king and, even before that, of Champagne, an emblem of ease and refinement which, at least in his opinion, he retained miraculous gifts for the care of the body and the exaltation of good manners. For this reason, with a production tradition that looks to the great successes of the past but that looks forward thanks to continuous challenges and technological improvements, it is always possible to classify the Moët & Chandon brand as a prestigious emblem of refinement and an ideal and elegant complement for every unforgettable occasion. This exclusivity is also confirmed by the inclusion of Vintage Champagne which since 1842 have marked an opening towards the excellence and exclusivity of vintage products. What sets Champagne Moët Impérial apart? Moët Impérial is perhaps the best known Champagne of the Moët & Chandon house thanks to its immediate recognition in appearance and taste. With a bottle characterized by the red seal and the double band, the Moët Impérial contains percentages of Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier up to 40% while it reserves the remaining part for Chardonnay. Brilliant in color and with a very fine perlage, it has notes of citrus and green apple on the nose that become more dense and creamy on the palate to show all the intensity of the toasted notes and dried fruit with hints of candied fruit. What are Moët & Chandon Rosé Champagnes? Among the Rosé of the Maison Moët & Chandon immediately appears the Rosé Impérial, a Champagne with character and determination, fleshy and vibrant. Also part of the Moët & Chandon choice are Champagne Ice Impérial Rosé, designed to be drunk with ice, and all the vintages classified as Grand Vintage Rosé. What is the average price of a Moët & Chandon Champagne? The average price of a Moët & Chandon Champagne is around 45 euros, considering the products that can be purchased for around 35 euros and the most valuable bottles that reach 100 euros. The Moët & Chandon Champagne, available in limited edition, deserve a separate mention.

Moet & Chandon

Mohr Niggli

Moillard-Grivot

Monacesca

The La Monacesca farm is located in the municipality of Matelica, in the heart of the terroir which, together with that of Jesi, made Verdicchio famous throughout the world. The business began in 1966, when Casimiro Cifola bought the farms and land of the current company, planting new vineyards. From 1973 onwards the real production began, with the first harvest of Verdicchio di Matelica, while in 1994, through the purchase of other land, new vineyards of Chardonnay, Sangiovese and Merlot were planted. Today La Monacesca, with a production of about 160 thousand bottles a year, is an important reality in the municipality of Macerata, always attentive to the quality standards that distinguish it and active in the role of extending the fame of Verdicchio and this terroir to which it is deeply connected.

Mondavi & Chadwick

Mondot

Monin

Monkey 47

Known and now appreciated by connoisseurs of every country, Monkey 47 is a German gin distillery, which was born in the Schwarzwald - the Black Forest. The history of the company and its brand dates back to Montgomery Collins, who was an officer in the Royal Air Force during World War II. Collins, sent to Germany shortly after the conflict, undertook the reconstruction of many buildings in Berlin, including the zoo, where he is said to have met the monkey who later became the distillery's mascot. Having moved permanently near Strasbourg, Collins concentrated on the production of gin, which however was not very successful and was rediscovered only several years later when Alexander Stein, with the help of the famous distiller Christoph Keller, decided to resume the story of Collins to create today's Monkey 47 brand, produced by Black Forest Distillers. Starting from Collins' recipe, who had selected 47 different aromas for his gin, Stein and Keller were able to enhance an absolutely innovative product, creating a gin with a thousand shades, which is among the most popular of its kind.

Monkey Shoulder

Monogram

Monogram owned by Castel Faglia was born in 1928 in Calino, a hamlet of Cazzago San Martino, in the province of Brescia, in the heart of Franciacorta . The continuous search for harmony between intensity and freshness, the utmost respect for the ecosystem and the attention to keep intact the aromatic characteristics of the grape are the values that guide the company. Monogram wines are synonymous with quality, a perfect balance between complexity and finesse, the full expression of Franciacorta.

Mont-Ferrant

Montalbera

Montanaro

Monte Rossa

With Monte Rossa you are faced with a company that occupies a leading position in Franciacorta. The places are those included between Monte Orfano and Lake Iseo, made up of a succession of hills with a spectacular landscape impact. The soil of Franciacorta, of mainly morainic origin, is one of the first factors to facilitate quality viticulture, giving wines rich in minerality and elegance. A territory full of ideas, Franciacorta has succeeded in enhancing the Classic Method by raising the very concept of sparkling wine and exhibiting territorial peculiarities that make the work of the individual wineries strongly identifying. Quite recently, the birth of Monte Rossa refers to the figure of Paolo Rabotti who in 1972 decided to start a production business to progressively devote himself to sparkling wines, focusing on technology and experimentation as distinctive features of his entrepreneurial project. With about 70 hectares available, Monte Rossa has now produced 500,000 bottles, among which the Cabochon line stands out, initially born from a more careful selection of the crus to be vinified and the use of the barrel for the fermentation of the base must. A lot of passion and trust in Cabochon allowed Luca Rabotti to dedicate a short noir to the project to celebrate 45 years of Monte Rossa and 30 of Cabochon. The Franciacorta Monte Rossa Franciacorta Monte Rossa is certainly the result of passion and experience put at the service of a very ancient territorial tradition. The ability of Monte Rossa to integrate with the territory and to accredit its own production philosophy over time are aspects that continue to show great dedication to this land and without the search for excessive stylistic customizations but with a strong recognition that can leave imprinted on the firmament of the Franciacorta a strong corporate style. Starting from the elegance of the labels, the sense of continuity and coherence immediately transpires, while the great visual impetus suggests a noble and refined product. Having partly owned vineyards and partly rented land, Monte Rossa is careful to qualitatively preserve the grapes with the sole purpose of giving an experience to the palate that revolves around the bottle but also to the many occasions that led to tasting. . Why try the Monte Rossa Cabochon Rosé? Monte Rossa Cabochon Fuoriserie Rosé is definitely the company's wine to try without hesitation. It is a blend of Chardonnay and Pinot Nero grapes obtained from Cru placed on hilly reliefs affected by strong air currents and raised on soils of morainic origin. After the selection in the vineyard, the grapes are transported to the cellar for soft pressing while maintaining a very low yield. Fermentation in steel and oak barrels follows before aging for 40 months. With a beautiful pastel pink color, the Fuoriserie Rosé has a nose of yellow-fleshed fruits such as mango and peach, with nuances of white pepper and peony. On the palate it is direct and fresh, with a good acid and saline note that still releases a fruity touch in the finish. What is the average price of a Franciacorta Monte Rossa? The average price of a Franciacorta Monte Rossa ranges between € 25 and € 70.

Monte Zovo

Monteillet

Montemajor

Montenegro

Montepeloso

Monteraponi

Monteverro

The Monteverro estate was founded in 2003, at the foot of the picturesque village of Capalbio, in the Maremma area south of Tuscany. The founders are Georg and Julia Weber, originally from Monaco who, driven by the goal of creating a premier grand cru of Tuscany, work in the constant search for quality, making Monteverro so unique. "Wine is for us a total work of art, to be enjoyed with all the senses, and we are proud of them."; we are talking about extraordinary wines which, thanks to the manual harvesting of the grapes and the modern and respectful technologies used in the cellar, give us the opportunity to interpret the terroir of origin at every sip.

Montevertine

Montevetrano

The Montevetrano farm is located in San Cipriano Picentino, in the province of Salerno. The history of this winery is inextricably linked to the enthusiasm of a group of friends with the desire to experiment and carry on a common passion, that for wine. A challenge that has turned into a solid reality, that of Montevetrano, which today is an established, albeit small, wine-growing reality of national and international fame. Work, knowledge and territorial identity are the basis of the philosophy of the company, whose desire is to be recognized and understood through its wines, deep and elegant, which tell in Italy and in the world, in a modern way, the territory in which they are born.

Montresor

It was 1892 when Giacomo Montresor gave life to the Giacomo Montresor Cellars with the intention of expressing a strong passion for identity and great recognition through representative products of Valpolicella . But the Montresor story recalls even before the figure of Count Claude de Montresor, advisor to the Duke of Orleans during the seventeenth century. Just around the middle of the century a part of the family decided to move to the Lake Garda area in order to continue with the family business consisting mainly of viticulture. Showing great passion for painting, Giacomo Montresor decided in 1904 to redesign the profile of a bottle that would make history, merging the shapes of the flask and the traditional bottle into a single shape. With the beginning of exports to the United States in 1906, the increased possibility of wine perishable due to extreme travel conditions expose the bottles to non-constant temperatures causing refermentations and oxidations. The bottles are in fact often transported in open wooden crates and temperature changes become a dangerous habit linked to travel. The appearance of the frosted bottle in 1921 solved the problem. With Bruno, the founder's son, a new season of flourishing exports to North America and a favorable, further settlement in Italy began in 1941. The story continues with Recioto, with products intended for blending and the arrival of the first autoclave in 1956 will lead, after some experiments, to the first sparkling wine 'Charmat Lungo Montresor method'. An enviable past, steeped in entrepreneurial spirit and ability in the wine sector, has ended up configuring Montresor as one of the most iconic wineries in the Valpolicella area with about 40 hectares of vineyards and cared for with respect. Montresor continues to show consistency with respect to the great tradition of Appassimento: this technique involves the storage of the grapes harvested in September and the relative dehydration in the months to come, allowing an increase in the sugar content and polyphenols before creating majestic wines such as Recioto and Amarone . Montresor red wine Among the great products of Cantine Montresor there is a wide range made up of red wines of the memorable Veronese tradition. Among the grapes used, Corvina , Molinara, Rondinella . Precisely in the case of Amarone, a careful selection of the grapes to be dried prepares the material for a meticulous and long vinification that ends with an aging in oak for at least 18 months. This is the precious content of the satin bottle introduced in the early years of the last century to protect the wine following serious deterioration in quality resulting from long journeys at sea. A complex and ample wine, Amarone is dialogue and expectation, and perhaps truly summarizes all the power of Valpolicella. The wines of the Capitel della Crosara line are also very interesting, born in memory of the popular devotion reserved for the image of the Madonna sculpted on a capital in a small local village. Amarone, Valpolicella Classico and Valpolicella Ripasso make up this range, restoring authenticity and a vivid link with the territory since the days when the Montresor family decided to directly involve the farmers of the area in the production thanks to the purchase of their grapes. What are the characteristics of Amarone Montresor? Amarone Montresor has slightly different characteristics in reference to the range to which it belongs, that is compared to that produced for the Satinata or Capitel line by Crosara. Both depend on a careful process of grape selection and storage on racks for at least three months. Maceration and soft pressing guarantee excellent material to be vinified. In the case of Amarone Capitel della Crosara the aging is about three years for a wine capable of releasing all the intensity of red fruits, floral hints of violets, with interesting spicy notes and references to tobacco and licorice. Amarone Satinato Montresor faces an aging of 18 months in oak barrels and expresses greater intensity of fruity notes such as raspberry and cherry, with a perceptible tendency to freshness and an excellent structure. Does the Montresor company produce Pinot Noir? The Montresor company produces Pinot Noir to make a Long Montresor Charmat Method sparkling wine. This is the Rosé Royal Brut for which Pinot Noir grapes are used in order to obtain a creamy and lively bubble, with a great aromatic impact, all played on notes of dried rose and pleasant hints of yeast. Does the Montresor company produce Prosecco? The montresor company produces both white and rosé Prosecco Millesimato. The latter is made with Glera and Pinot Nero grapes.

Montus

Mora Bassa

The Mora Bassa project aims to raise awareness of the wines produced by Luigi Riccardi, curious and funny interpretations of Oltrepò Pavese wines. Its wines owe their organoleptic characteristics to a particular combination of clayey and calcareous soil of a specific micro-zone of the eastern Oltrepò Pavese. The objective of Mora Bassa is to focus attention on the nuances that characterize these wines from Oltrepò, supporting their raison d'etre. The imaginative labels depicting the animals that populate the region have been entrusted to the cartoonist Riccardo Guasco, who has been able to create unique illustrations that represent the specificity and character of each wine, with flair.

Morella

Moric

MorisFarms

Spain, the forest, the charcoal burners, the woodcutters and the rows of mules loaded with wood, the industrial revolution, the mines, the orchards, a Florentine, finally, the wine that synthesizes everything. The MorisFarms company takes care of all these peculiarities, successfully trying to recreate them in its products. The Moris family settled in Maremma, in Grosseto, along the footsteps of the Presidios of Philip II of Spain and since the nineteenth century has contributed to the industrial development of Italian society. The turning point in the wine sector, however, began in 1977 when Adolfo Parentini married Caterina Moris and completely changed the face of the company, which from a simple farm began to equip itself to become a place where high-level viticulture is carried out. In 1988 Adolfo and Caterina presented Moris Farm at Vinitaly and, after careful evaluations, decided to create a wine that symbolizes the farm, the Avvoltore , which takes its name from the hill of the same name in which Parentini had believed and invested a lot. MorisFarms and its Avvoltore were definitively consecrated in 1988 by Wine Spectator who celebrates a company that has the courage to market its most prestigious wine only in the best years. The courage of this family in foreseeing and manifesting certain characteristics in their wines, such as the softness of the tannin and the wholesomeness of the sea wind, has expanded new frontiers of the market and of enological taste, sought after and celebrated all over the world.

Morlet

Moskovskaya

Mosnel

Located in the heart of Franciacorta , in Camignone, in a centuries-old residence with annexed cellars of the sixteenth century, the Il Mosnel winery owes its success to the intuitions of Emanuela Barboglio, who decided to plant the first specialized vineyards. After a long tradition, which the Barboglio family inherited in 1836, in 1968 the winery took on the newborn DOC Franciacorta. At the helm of Il Mosnel there is today the fifth generation of winemakers, supported by a staff of great experience, able to transform grapes into wines of great value. The company's mission is to promote the territory of Franciacorta, its tradition and its culture, proposing a lifestyle that seeks the beauty and goodness that nature can offer us, to rediscover unique emotions and pleasures.

Moulin de Duhart

Mount Nelson

Mount Riley

Mr. Three & Bros.

Mugneret Gibourg

Müller-Catoir

Müller-Catoir is a German family-run business, as old as it is traditional, dating back to 1744. Currently in the hands of the ninth generation, the estate is located in the heart of the Palatinate forest and, in addition to the original manor house, includes a territory of 21 hectares of vineyards - all certified organic - mainly divided into Riesling and other varieties - such as Pinot Nero and Pinot Bianco. Müller-Catoir's Rieslings are wines of great finesse and elegance, already recognized by critics for some time. And in the production of these important wines, the attention to detail of the winemakers does not neglect any step: from the manual selection of the grapes to the slow fermentation, up to the delicate aging in the cellar, fundamental steps to maintain the quality and standards that are the very symbol of 'company.

Mullineux

Murgo

The Murgo winery is located in Sicily, with land distributed in the province of Catania, especially within the Etna DOC denomination. Murgo is made up of three estates: San Michele (Santa Venerina), Gelso Bianco (Catania) and La Francescana (Aprilia). The main production of the Sicilian company is dedicated to Etna DOC wines and to some interesting creations designed to make the most of the French vines. Murgo produces quality wines always linked to the terroir and of captivating creativity.

Mustilli

Nada Fiorenzo

Nalys

Nanclares y Prieto

Nannoni

Nardini

The Nardini Distillery has a bicentennial history, boasts the title of the first distillery in Italy. In 1739, Bortolo Nardini was born in Segonzano, in the Val di Cembra. At that time, the distillation of the pomace took place "door to door", the distiller with his still went from house to house to distil the pomace of the farmers. Bortolo Nardini undertook the profession of distiller and thanks to his continuous movements between the villages of the Veneto he reached Bassano del Grappa. An accident forced him to stay in the village for a long time, his keen analysis of the place and enterprising spirit prompted him to stay even after his convalescence. Bassano's position was strategic from a commercial point of view, so Bortolo decided to buy the Osteria al Ponte and start distilling Grappa there. The Osteria became the Grapperia Nardini and that of the distiller ceased to be an itinerant profession. At the end of the harvest, the farmers went to the Grapperia, sold the pomace and Bortolo took care of distilling them and producing the Grappa. Thus was born the first Grappa of Italy, called by Bortolo "Marc brandy". In 1860, the traditional alembic was replaced with the steam alembic, an innovation that led to a qualitative improvement of Grappa Nardini. 1900 was a fundamental century for the Distillery: Grappa Nardini Riserva was born, aged in oak barrels; the “double rectification” was introduced, a methodology that guaranteed a purer Grappa; and finally “vacuum steam distillation” was adopted, an important innovation that allowed the organoleptic properties of the marc to be kept intact. Over the decades, the Nardini Distillery has grown more and more, so much so that in the 2000s the "Grappa in blending" project was launched, a partnership with the most important bartenders in the world, aimed at using Grappa as an ingredient for cocktails. . In 2019, to celebrate the 240 years of the Nardini Distillery, Grappa Single Cask was born, a 22 Year Reserve Grappa that is aged in a single barrel for 22 years and then bottled. Even today Nardini is a family-run business, the seventh generation leads the Distillery and the Grapperia sul Ponte is still the historic seat of the oldest distillery in Italy. Grappa Nardini Grappa Nardini is produced in Bassano del Grappa. The Grapperia sul Ponte is the historic site, while the distillery is located just outside the city. Grappa Nardini Bianca is produced with three distillation methods: in boilers, bain-marie and with the continuous method and is obtained from the pomace of destemmed plurivitigno grapes. It is clear, aromatic and immediate, rich in hints of fruit and flowers and thanks to its intense and round taste it is perfect both smooth and as a base for cocktails. The other great workhorse of the Nardini Distillery is the Grappa Riserva 3 Years. It is obtained from de-stemmed multi-variety grape pomace and aged in Slavonian oak barrels. Prolonged contact with wood gives it a bright amber color and enriches and intensifies its aroma. The aromas are enveloping and on the palate it is particularly soft and harmonious. Discover the Grappa Nardini selection on Vino.com, you will undoubtedly find the perfect Grappa for your tastes. How many degrees does Grappa Nardini have? The alcohol content of Grappa, by law, cannot be less than 37.5. In the case of Grappa Nardini, the alcohol content varies according to the type. Grappa Bianca and Grappa Riserva Nardini have an alcoholic strength of 50% by volume. Grappa Riserva Nardini 5 Years has a lower alcoholic strength of 42% by volume. Grappa Riserva Nardini 7 years and 15 years have an alcoholic strength of 45% by volume. Discover the characteristics of Nardini Grappas on Vino.com. Does Grappa Nardini Barricata exist? In order for a Grappa to be defined barricade, it must necessarily spend a part of the aging period in a barrique. Some types of Grappa Nardini are aged in Slavonian oak barrels for more than 18 months, therefore they can be defined as "Riserva" but not "Barricata". On Vino.com you will find: Grappa Riserva 5 Years Bortolo Nardini Selection, obtained from a blend of grappas produced with amber colored grape pomace, aged for at least five years in Slavonian oak barrels, with hints of cocoa and a soft, round and persistent taste; Grappa Riserva 7 Years Bortolo Nardini Selection, aged at least seven years and characterized by aromas of morello cherry and red fruits and a rich and persistent taste; finally the Grappa Riserva 15 years Bortolo Nardini Selection, very intense and full-bodied, with hints of ripe fruit, tobacco and cinnamon. Discover the details of the Nardini Grappas and the whole range of spirits on your trusted online wine shop.

Nathalie et Gilles Fevre

Nativ

Nativ is a farm located in Paternopoli, on the slopes of the Taurasi hills, in the heart of Irpinia. These lands, inhabited by the Greeks in the 7th century BC, gave birth to the "Hellenic vitis" from which the name Aglianico derives. Between the 4th and 3rd centuries BC these territories were baptized with the name of Paternopoli, by "Pater", clergymen who moved from the cities to isolated and peaceful places to practice meditation. During the Roman era, this part of Campania was nicknamed "Campania Felix" for the extraordinary fertility of the lands of volcanic origin, famous for the production of the "wines of the emperors". Today Irpinia is a land characterized by heterogeneous landscapes and different microclimates. The presence of Vesuvius and its past eruptions have influenced the subsoil, enriching it with volcanic and calcareous materials. The unique soil, combined with the Mediterranean climate influenced by strong thermal excursions, have made Irpinia a perfect terroir for the production of original and different wines. Nativ was born in Paternopoli in 2008, by the hand of Mario Ercolino and Roberta Pirone, with the aim of giving value and prestige to the typical vines of the area, through the production of excellent wines. The 15 hectares cultivated with native vines (NATIVE) on soils of volcanic origin are the maximum expression of territoriality. Nativ produces the typical wines of Irpinia: Fiano di Avellino , Greco di Tufo , Falanghina , Aglianico and Aglianico di Taurasi . Nativ red wine Those of Nativ are wines with a strong personality that are born with respect for tradition and terroir. On Vino.com you will find the best selection of Nativ red wine , such as the Rue dell'Incher IGT Campania, obtained from Aglianico grapes, a vine introduced in Campania during the Hellenic period. The name has a very original history, "rue" meant the streets of Paternopoli at the time of the French invasion and "ink" means the typical deep purple color of the wine. Another Nativ red wine that you cannot miss is the Rue 333 Taurasi DOCG, produced with Aglianico grapes and aged in barriques. Among the Nativ masterpieces there is also the Hermitage San Quirico Aglianico Campi Taurasini DOC, a red wine made from grapes grown on a volcanic soil in the hills of Taurasi. Its name, Eremo di San Quirico, is a remote place where the wild horses of Irpinia once grazed and where it is still possible to find the remains of the Hermitage today. It is a full-bodied, structured and enveloping red wine, which encloses the complexity of the Irpinia terroir. To conclude this interesting journey among Nativ wines, we cannot fail to recommend the extraordinary Suadens Rosso Campania IGT, a wine with a "persuasive" character obtained from a selection of the best Aglianico grapes and characterized by notes of tropical fruit, soft and velvety tannins. Discover the characteristics of Nativ wines on Vino.com.

Native 9

Navy Island

Negly

Nerthe

Nervi

Nervi Conterno

Nervi Conterno

Nicolas Feuillatte

Nicolas Feuillatte

Nicolas Jay

Nicolas Joly

Nicolas Maillart

Nicolas Potel

Nicosia

Established in 1898, the Nicosia company, a great protagonist of a rebirth of Sicilian enology, belongs to a typical Etnean family that has handed down its passion for wine for 5 generations, with a strong link with the territory and local culture . Since the twentieth century, the management has been entrusted to Carmelo Nicosia, who has infused his own innovative spirit aimed at the future, in a context of profound tradition. It currently pursues principles of sustainable viticulture in order to reduce the use of agropharmaceuticals and fertilizers as much as possible, adopting advanced precision viticulture techniques. The particular location of the vineyards, located on the eastern side of Etna, gives the wines particular characteristics of flavor and minerality.

Niepoort

Family-run business founded in 1842 in Vila Nova de Gaia, Portugal, by the Dutchman Franciscus Marius Niepoort. It owes much of its popularity to Eduard Dirk Niepoort, the fifth generation, who did his best to make known the uniqueness and quality of his Port and Douro wines. Having joined the company at the age of 23 together with his father, Dirk was the bearer of an innovative spirit that found his first realization in the purchase of his own vineyards, Quinta de Nápoles and Quinta do Carril, in the Douro Cima Corgo region, from which traditionally come the best Port wines. Over time Niepoort has particularly distinguished itself for the production of high-level tawnies, curated by Master Blender José Nogueira.

Nigl

The Nigl company is located near the town of Krems an der Donau, around a terroir suited to wine production and made famous by the terraced vineyards that characterize these splendid hills. Krems is a terroir very similar to that of the more famous and nearby DAC Wachau and without having anything to envy to this, it produces wines of the highest quality, such as those of Nigl. The varieties grown by the company in addition to Grüner Veltliner and Riesling are Sauvignon Blanc, Muskateller, Blauer Zweigelt, Pinot Noir and Merlot. But they are probably the first two varieties that produce the best results of the company, interesting and elegant wines, which are the real expression of the terroir of Krems.

Nikka

Nikka is a Japanese distillery founded by Masataka Taketsuru, the father of Japanese whiskey . Born in 1894 in Hiroshima, into a family of sake producers, in 1918 he decided to move to Scotland to learn all the secrets of whiskey distillation. He enrolled at the University of Glasgow and studied Chemistry. He soon entered three Scottish distilleries as an apprentice, learning the secrets of the trade and the art of distilling from Scotland's greatest artisans. He returned to Japan in 1920 with his Scottish wife Jessie Roberta. Masataka was close to the realization of his dream, when he arrived in Japan and discovered that the company for which he was supposed to produce Whiskey had abandoned the project due to the post World War I recession. At the same time, Kotobukiya Limited was looking for a figure to deal with the production of whiskey and Masataka was the only Japanese able to fill the role. He was hired by Kotobukiya to lead the construction of the distillery and the production of the first Japanese whiskey. After ten years, Masataka decided to found his own distillery, moved to Yoichi and there he embarked on his personal project. Yoichi was an area of Japan with climatic and environmental conditions very similar to Scotland, at the beginning the distillery produced apple products, soon the first still was installed and in 1940 the first Masataka whiskey with the Nikka brand was launched Whiskey, which later became the name of the company. Over the years the Nikka Distillery has seen a great expansion and in 1969 the Miyagikyo distillery was added to the Yoichi distillery. Even today, Nikka is considered one of the best distilleries in Japan and the world. Discover the Nikka selection on Vino.com. Nikka whiskey The Nikka Whiskey was born in the Yoichi distillery, a wild place similar to the Scottish Highlands, surrounded by mountains on three sides and the sea on the fourth. As with Scottish whiskeys , in this area of Japan, humidity, water quality and the strength of the winds play a leading role, giving the whiskey fresh and saline notes. Nikka ad Yoichi whiskey is still produced following traditional coal distillation today. Yoichi's Single Malt is in fact a whiskey with particularly toasted notes. The second Nikka distillery, Miyagikyo, founded in 1967, stands on a valley surrounded by mountains and washed by two rivers. It is said that Masataka during his journey in search of another ideal place to produce spirits, he came across these lands north of Japan and that tasting the water of one of the two rivers he realized that it was the ideal place to build another distillery. The production of the two distilleries is very different, both for the different climates and for the distinct distillation processes. Miyagikyo distillates are made from grains and malt. The distillation takes place with the Coffey Still, a traditional continuous still that Masataka knew in Scotland and transferred to Miyagikyo for its ability to preserve the original flavor of the bean. Why is the Nikka Whiskey considered the best in the world? Japan along with Scotland is one of the most important countries for the production of high quality whiskey and Nikka is considered one of the best whiskeys in the world. For 7 years the 17 and 21 year old Taketsuru won the World's Whiskey Awards as the best Blended Malt, while the Yoichi won the Best Single Malt Whiskey award in the world. In 2019, the 25 year old Taketsuru Pure Malt won 2 awards, as the best blended malt in the world at the World Whiskey Awards and as "TROPHY" at the International Spirits Challenge (ISC). Thanks to the numerous international awards received over time, the Nikka Whiskey is considered one of the best malt whiskeys in the world. Is the Nikka Whiskey peaty? The tradition of peaty whiskey is mainly linked to Scotland. In Japan no distillery produces only peaty whiskeys, although it is possible to find particularly smoky Japanese whiskeys, with a marginal contribution of peat aimed at making the whiskey more elegant. The Nikka whiskey produced in Yoichi deserves a separate comment, since the underground water source used for production is filtered by peat, which intensifies its aromatic complexity and structure. Discover the characteristics of Nikka whiskeys on Vino.com. Is the Nikka Whiskey of Japanese origin? Yes, the Nikka Whiskey is of Japanese origin and what makes it truly special is that its founder, Masataka Taketsuru, was the first Japanese to learn the Scottish art of whiskey distillation. His resourcefulness and curiosity drove him to Scotland, where he learned to distill and then return to his homeland and devote himself to the production of whiskey. Today Japan boasts one of the best whiskeys in the world. Discover the Nikka selection on Vino.com. You will find a wide range of Nikka spirits, not only the famous Taketsuru Pure Malt Whiskey but also Coffey Gin and Coffey Vodka.

Nine Suns

Nino Franco

The Nino Franco winery was founded in 1919 in Valdobbiadene, the extraordinary territory known for the cultivation and production of Prosecco. The company is managed in the family by his father Antonio and his son Nino, who run the business with a modern and innovative approach. The enhancement of the territory, the use of new techniques and the aim of constantly producing quality wines are the values that guide the company. Thanks to their personality, Nino Franco wines are the perfect expression of the potential of Prosecco and the Veneto terroir.

Nino Negri

The Nino Negri winery is located in Valtellina, north of Lake Como, in the province of Sondrio. The company boasts a century-long history and tells, from generation to generation, of a strong will and happy intuitions that have led its wines to express all their greatness. Today Nino Negri represents the Valtellinese wine-making reality that best combines technology and tradition. Its activity is based on the utmost commitment in every phase of processing and on continuous investments, from the vineyard to the cellar, aimed at creating wines that best express the territory in which they are born.

Nonino

Nordés

Norton

Notte Rossa

Notte Rossa is a winery that was born in Salento, Puglia , and precisely in San Marzano. We are in the land of Primitivo di Manduria, whose name derives from the early ripening compared to other vines: the Primitivo is in fact harvested already in the second half of August and despite this, its ripeness as well as the quantity of sugars in the berries are perfect. A warm environment, low rainfall and very high temperature ranges, clayey soils, rich in iron oxides, with a fine texture and sparse rocky outcrops: all characteristics of a unique territory, such as Salento, which has always welcomed its grapes. Red night red wine Red wine has made Notte Rossa famous: Primitivo and Negroamaro are in fact the protagonists of the most awarded labels of this winery (with awards from Italian experts such as Luca Maroni and in international competitions such as Mundus Vini) and are born from the plots in the farms located further south. , areas of red earth, limestone and sand, where the old sapling plants have coexisted for decades with the shrubs of the Mediterranean scrub, caressed by the savory breezes that blow from the Ionian Sea. Thanks to these peculiar characteristics of the soil, the red wines of Notte Rossa are characterized by a marked natural minerality. Red Night mainly produces single-variety red wines, with two happy exceptions, Bascià, born from the blend of the most representative red berried grapes of Salento harvested at a slight over-ripening, and Salice Salentino , a classic Salento blend made from 85% Negroamaro and 15% Malvasia Nera di Brindisi and aged in barrique. From the red berried grapes Notte Rossa also obtains delicate and versatile rosés, such as the tantalizing Negroamaro Rosato Salento PGI. Notte Rossa white wine Notte Rossa also produces excellent white wine made from native Fiano and Verdeca grapes and also from Vermentino grapes. The white wines of Notte Rossa are aged in steel to maintain the freshness of their aromas, such as Fiano for example, rich in fragrant floral notes combined with hints of fresh exotic fruit and harmonious on the palate with a pleasant flavor. Aged in steel also the other native of Notte Rossa, the Verdeca di Taranto, delicate in its floral and mineral notes and perfect with all dishes based on fresh fish. The latest addition to Notte Rossa, born in 2020, is Vermentino. A bet on a vine widespread in Italy from North to South, which in Salento expresses some of its typical varietal notes, such as the accentuated flavor, the delicate olfactory note of white petals, the persistent hints of Mediterranean scrub, but is enriched with a greater body and intensity. How to combine a Notte Rossa white wine? Notte Rossa makes a fresh and tantalizing white wine perfect in combination with a fish-based menu, with shellfish appetizer, spaghetti with clams and grilled fish. When is it better to uncork the Notte Rossa rosé wine? The Notte Rossa rosé wine, whether it is made from Primitivo or Negroamaro grapes, is perfect for an aperitif because it goes very well with cold cuts and fresh cheeses, and thanks to its tantalizing character it is also ideal for an outdoor dinner with friends. . Where is the Notte Rossa Fiano wine born? The Notte Rossa Fiano wine comes from the vineyards of the hilly area north of the province of Taranto, at about 150 m asl, where the temperature range between day and night and the soil with a good presence of skeleton help to give aromas and flavor to this fantastic white wine.

Nunzio Ghiraldi

Oasi degli Angeli

The Oasi degli Angeli farm is located on the hills of Cupra Marittima, in the province of Ascoli Piceno. Its history is inextricably linked to the commitment and passion of the founders Eleonora Rossi and Marco Casolanetti, a young couple of winemakers in love with the Montepulciano grape, their land and wine. The aim of the winery is not simply to produce technically perfect wines, but to create bottles that reflect the personality of the producer, because the real added value for the company is the human factor, made of love, dedication and research. For this reason, the wines of Oasi degli Angeli all have a strong and recognizable character, capable of transmitting the peculiarities of those who created them and the soul of the territory in which they come to life.

Oban

Oban is one of Scotland's smallest whiskey distilleries. Its foundation dates back to 1793, when the two brothers Hugh and John Stevenson arrived in Oban, a magical place, located on the central west coast of Scotland and the starting point for the Hebrides. In this natural harbor the two brothers set up the Oban Brewing Company and from 1794 began distilling Scotch Whiskey . The Oban Distillery remained in the hands of the Stevenson family for three generations. In 1830 it was bought by Peter Cumpstie and over the decades, despite changing management, it has become an increasingly important distillery, the real center of Oban which at the end of 1800 had become a charming Scottish town. Producing quality Whiskey has always been Oban's main goal, which is why despite the small size of the Distillery, Oban Scotch Whiskey is recognized and appreciated all over the world. Whiskey Oban For 200 years Oban has been distilling an authentic Scotch Whiskey, firmly anchored in traditions and respectful of the historical recipe. The distillery is made up of only two stills and the distillation process is carefully controlled and monitored, because in Oban the production still follows the principle of craftsmanship. In Oban the barley malt is fermented for five days, the stills rest at the end of each distillation cycle and the whiskey is aged for many years. All this so that the Scotch Whiskey is rich, pure, tasty and aromatic. Oban is a historic distillery that has spanned the centuries, creating whiskeys that meet the taste of the greatest connoisseurs around the world. On Vino.com you can find the West Highland Scotch Whiskey 14 Years Oban, a whiskey aged 14 years and characterized by smoky notes and hints of oranges and spices. It is particularly long, full and full-bodied with saline and peaty notes and a flavor that refers to figs and dried fruit. In addition to the Whiskey Oban 14 Years, you can find the Scotch Whiskey Little Bay Oban, which is aged for 14 years in ex-bourbon or ex-sherry American oak barrels. It is more complex, citrusy and spicy, with clear hints of hazelnut. On the palate it shows notes of dark chocolate and is very persistent, elegant and full-bodied. What is the price of Whiskey Oban? The price of Oban whiskey varies according to the duration and method of aging. The cost of each type of Oban Whiskey is also influenced by the artisanal nature of the Distillery, as well as by the quality of the product. On Vino.com you will find the best Oban selection at competitive prices. Don't let them get away. Is there the Scotch Whiskey Oban 25 years old? The types of Oban Whiskey that you can find online are: Oban 14 Year Old Scotch Whiskey, Oban Little Bay, 18 Year Old Oban and Oban Distillers Edition. The Scotch Whiskey Oban 18 Years is an elegant and balanced single malt, with spicy and smoky notes, hints of wood and great body on the palate. The Distillers Edition is a unique version, since the Whiskey is subjected to a second refinement in ex-sherry Montilla Fino barrels, acquiring particularly smoky and caramel notes. What does it mean that Whiskey Oban is peaty? To understand the meaning of Whiskey Oban Torbato it is first necessary to specify what is meant by peat. It is an organic substance that naturally settles on the bottom of water basins and which, following compaction, acquires an appearance similar to coal. It is then extracted and dried in the sun before becoming fuel in the Whiskey distilleries. The peat is then placed in special ovens whose task is to slowly smoke the malt that will be used to obtain the Whiskey. Nowadays there are very few producers of Torbati Scotch Whiskey and the Oban Distillery can be counted among them. Discover the details of the Oban Whiskey on Vino.com.

Oddero

Poderi e Cantine Oddero was born at the end of the 18th century in Santa Maria di La Morra, on the hills of the Langhe, in the areas of Barolo and Barbaresco. Oddero is a historic brand among the producers of Barolo, a family-owned winery that has always kept its values and style intact for generations. Modern production techniques, experience and determination in the production of their wines are the values that guide the company. Thanks to their elegance and finesse, Oddero wines are the perfect expression of the Piedmontese territory.

Ogier

Olianas

The Olianas farm was founded in 2000 and is located in Gergei, Sardinia, on the property of the family that has cultivated vineyards here since the beginning of the twentieth century. The bond with the land and with the family tradition are the basis of the activity, together with a great passion for viticulture. The mission behind Olianas is the creation of a modern reality in an ancient and uncontaminated territory. The goal is to give prominence and dissemination to the culture and genuineness of Sardinia in Italy and in the world through the creation of quality wines, able to express the aromas and charm of the territory in which they are born.

Olivier Bernstein

Olivier Guyot

Olivier Leflaive

It is a family story that of the Olivier Leflaive company, which was born from Josepeh Leflaive in the immediate post-war period and handed down to his son Olivier, who decides to build a winemaking plant on the family farm. The idea of Olivier, not having vineyards in the most important appellations of Burgundy, was to buy the grapes to then vinify in the cellar of the property, according to the methods of the family's domaine. From the early 1980s the production of Leflaive wines began, with the support of his brother Patrick and the oenologist Franck Grux. Thanks to the careful selection of producers, the skill of Grux and the foresight of Olivier who also opens a luxurious hotel in the family domaine, the company soon achieved fame in Burgundy, extending its possessions and arriving in 2001 in AOC Chablis. Leflaive currently owns several owned vineyards and over the years has taken on an important and recognized role in the most important AOCs in Burgundy, from Mersault to Puligny-Montrachet up to Chablis.

Olivier Leflaive

Oltrenero

Opihr

Opus One

Opus One Winery

Robert Mondavi (1913-2008) was one of the most important personalities in the world of wine. The son of Italian immigrants from the Marche region, Mondavi worked for a long time in the Charles Krug company, taken over by his father in 1943, before founding the company that bears his name in 1966 with the aim of producing wines capable of competing with the best. in the world. Part of the estate on which Mondavi built his cellar included the legendary To Kalon vineyard, where one of the best Cabernet Sauvignons in the world is still grown, together with Sauvignon Blanc from which one of its most famous wines is produced: Fumé Blanc. Robert Mondavi was one of the first producers to label varietal wines, a practice that today represents the standard of the New World and is undoubtedly the one who most contributed to promoting wine tourism and spreading the idea of wine as a lifestyle product in the States. United, all this has earned him the reputation of "wine ambassador" and the nickname "Patriarch". In 1978 he gave birth to Opus One: an estate born from the joint venture with Baron Philippe de Rothschild, owner of Château Lafite Rothschild and Château Mouton Rothschild, with the aim of creating a Bordeaux blend with Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon. For a long time it was the most expensive wine in the region, as well as being the first Californian premium wine to be sold in Europe; today it is one of the ten most sought after wines in the world.

Orma

Orma was born when Antonio Moretti Cuseri, former entrepreneur and owner of the Sette Ponti Estate in Valdarno, decided to expand his production to the Bolgheri terroir. Thus an estate of just 7 hectares is created, of which 5 are vineyards, along the Bolgherese, where the other names that "weigh" in this area already meet. But with a limited production of a few thousand bottles of red - between Bolgheri Doc and Toscana IGT - Orma has still been able to distinguish itself, and has done so in great style, thanks to its Bordeaux blends of rare finesse, the perfect representation of what really is it's Bolgheri. Orma wines are the perfect transcription of the union of Merlot and Cabernet in the Bolgheri terroir, products of great character and considerable potential.

Ornellaia

The history of Ornellaia is intertwined between the most important names and personalities of the world wine and wine scene: from Tchelistcheff to Michel Roland, from Robert Mondavi to Thomas Duroux, up to the current Axel Heinz, passing ownership from the Antinori - who founded the held in 1981 with Ludovico Antinori - to the Frescobaldi, who acquired it in the early 2000s. A story that is indissolubly linked to that of the Bolgheri terroir, contributing to the development and growth of one of the most discussed wine-growing areas in Italy. Some years are particularly significant for Ornellaia such as 1985, the first vintage of Ornellaia wine, or 1993 which saw the birth of the young red Le Volte dell'Ornellaia, or 2015, the release vintage of Ornellaia's 30th anniversary in a precious pack to celebrate this event. Ornellaia: in the cradle of Bolgheri Ornellaia's wines all derive from the approximately 100 hectares of its own vineyards, located in a happy position a few kilometers from the coast and at the foot of the hills, and produced with obsessive attention to every single step of the vinification and where the selection of grapes is essence of wine itself. A fil rouge has accompanied the production in Ornellaia for almost 40 years, from the vineyard to the marketing and it is the prestige, the prestige of creating wines that are now cult for great enthusiasts from all over the world. Luxury wines that have themselves become the essence of luxury, and which have surpassed the fame of the Bolgheri appellation to enter the myth. The secret of Ornellaia's red wine lies in the attention to every detail. Attention to every detail is the secret of Ornellaia's red wine and concerns all stages of production, from the harvest, with the double selection of the bunches, to the vinification stage, with a vinification and aging of one year made separately for each cru, in order to bring out the specific characteristics of each vineyard of origin in the final blend. Maniacal attention even when the wines are chosen for the cuvées, among over 70/80 base wines, in the obsession to best express the elegance inherent in the spirit of Ornellaia and the style of the vintage. Is it true that Ornellaia Masseto 2017 is considered a great vintage? The Ornellaia Masseto 2017, while failing to match the infinite greatness of 2016, is still considered one of the best vintages of the decade, destined to improve with an aging of up to 15 years and beyond, in the cellar of all its lucky owners. Who are the current owners of the Ornellaia winery? The current owners of the Ornellaia winery are the Marquises Frescobaldi, who have been engaged in wine for 700 years and currently also owners of the ATTEMS (Friuli) MASSETO, DANZANTE, LUCE DELLA VITE estates, as well as of course the six historic estates: FRESCOBALDI Nipozzano, CastelGiocondo, Pomino, Flagship, Castiglioni and Remole.

Ott

Ottella

Oxer Wines

Oxley

Pago de Carraovejas

Pailleres

Paitin

Palacios Remondo

Palacios Remondo

Paladin

In the Venetian lands around the province of Venice, Paladin began its history of vineyards and wines in 1962. With half a century of history behind it, this Venetian company is synonymous with enological creativity and a rare ability to best express the character of wines through rigorous and well studied winemaking processes. Paladin carries out Research and Development projects with experts and with the Universities of Padua and Milan, to convey the passion and love of this historic family for wine.

Palari

The Palari farm is located in a wonderful eighteenth-century Sicilian villa in S. Stefano Briga, in the province of Messina, in the heart of Sicily. The strong link with the territory and the use of modern production techniques are the values that constantly guide the company. The winery is known for the production of wines that enter the disciplinary for the production of Faro DOC. Very ancient and fascinating wines that perfectly express the essence of the terroir of the hills of the municipality of Messina that overlook the magical strait.

Palau

Palazzone

Palladino

Palmento Costanzo

The story of Palmento Costanzo begins in 2011 when the Costanzo family decided to start a recovery activity of an ancient millstone, the traditional Etna cellar used in the 18th century. Although equipped with state-of-the-art construction systems, built according to the principles of bio-architecture, the millstone still retains the original internal structure, with a multi-level arrangement in order to allow "gravity" vinification: in the highest level they are pressed the freshly picked grapes, where they are separated from the stalks; the must that comes out of it reaches, by gravity, the fermentation vats, and then goes down into the barrel room where the long aging will take place. Palmento Costanzo produces fine Etna DOC wines, within a territory that in 2013 became a UNESCO World Heritage Site, able to guarantee a high biodiversity. We are located in the district of Santo Spirito, in the hamlet of Passopisciaro, a small pearl set on the lava of the volcano recognized as one of the most suitable areas of the denomination, particularly rich in organic matter and minerals, whose soils are characterized by volcanic browns resulting from the disintegration of lava deposits. The fertility of the land allows a flourishing cultivation of sapling vines supported by chestnut poles of the native vines Nerello Mascalese, Nerello Cappuccio, Carricante and Catarratto. In the vineyards owned there are also many pre-phylloxera vines, plants of inestimable historical and enological value.

Palmento Costanzo

Palmer & Co

Palmer & Co

Paltrinieri

The Paltrinieri winery was born in the 1920s in the heart of the magical terroir of Sorbara, in the province of Modena. The winery has been a family-run farm for many generations, known for the production of Lambrusco di Sorbara DOC. The grapes, coming only from the estate's vineyards, are carefully selected and vinified with extreme care. Lambrusco di Sorbara thanks to its dry and fruity taste and its delicate violet scent, perfectly expresses the true essence of the Paltrinieri winery. Ancient tradition and modern production technologies, respect and environmental protection are the values that constantly guide this magnificent reality.

Pampero

Pampero is a Rum produced in Venezuela by Industrias Pampero and today distributed by Diageo. Industrias Pampero was founded in Caracas in 1938 by Alejandro Hernández and Luis Manuel Toro. Over the years, the artisanal production of Rum Pampero was gradually industrialized. The improvement in production techniques favored the birth of very high quality Rum, characterized by a golden color and an aging of at least 24 months. From this change in the production methods of Industrias Pampero resulted in a legislative adjustment throughout the state of Venezuela. A distillate could only be called "Rum" if the aging process lasted at least 24 months. Industrias Pampero has been synonymous with excellence for four generations now, the values that have guided the company for almost a hundred years are passion, quality and constant technological innovation. Rum Pampero On Vino.com you will find a wide selection of Pampero Rums, such as the very famous Pampero Aniversario, a Blended Rum, aged 5 years and characterized by an intense amber color. The olfactory profile is dominated by sweet notes of citrus and coffee. The taste profile is characterized by aromas of vanilla, nuts, bitter orange, berries and cocoa, while the texture is creamy and sweet. The Rum Pampero Aniversario was born to celebrate the first 25 years of the distillery, mixing the fine Rums of the Casa Pampero Reserve and aging the blend in ex-whiskey and ex-sherry barrels. Pampero Aniversario is a Rum with a remarkable aromatic complexity, the hints of sherry, cinnamon and brown sugar make it perfect to be tasted smooth. It is also great to taste as a base for Piña Colada, Cuba Libre or Rum and Cola cocktails. Another important Rum Pampero is the Selección 1938. It is a premium rum with a dark walnut color with ruby reflections. Its olfactory profile is characterized by notes of wood and vanilla and hints of orange peel, figs and dates. It is a very elegant and balanced Rum, with a persistent vanilla finish. It is aged for five to six years in ex-sherry and ex-bourbon oak barrels. Selección is a rum blend made from sugar cane from local plantations and can be enjoyed straight or as a base for cocktails. Selección 1938 is mainly tasted following the famous “Pampero ritual”, that is paired with a slice of lime, dark sugar and coffee powder. A well known variant of the “Pampero ritual” is the tasting of Rum followed by pear juice, the famous Chupito Rum and pear. The other famous type of Rum Pampero is Especial: a blended rum with a golden color, aged for two years. It is a light rum characterized by spicy hints and notes of coconut and honey. Finally, on Vino.com you can also find Pampero Blanco: a rum with a very light color, suitable as a base for light and fruity cocktails. It is aged in ex-whiskey white oak barrels and subsequently filtered with activated carbon, thus acquiring brilliant and luminous tones. What are the characteristics of the White Rum Pampero? Rum Pampero Blanco has a very light color, is fresh and harmonious, with a lively and light taste. It is used as a base for fruit cocktails. Its transparency depends on the filtration process it undergoes after aging in ex-whiskey white oak barrels. It has a light olfactory profile, characterized by hints of black currant, cotton candy, apple, banana and caramel. The taste profile is delicate and soft. On Vino.com you can discover all its features. What is Rum Pampero Especial? Pampero Especial is a blended rum with an amber and brilliant color, obtained with triple distillation and aged two years in ex-bourbon white oak barrels. Its main feature is its very spicy, sweet and fruity olfactory profile. It is also characterized by a creamy and persistent taste. Pampero Especial was also Venezuela's first Anejo rum. Discover the unique characteristics of Pampero Especial on Vino.com. What is the price of Rum Pampero? In your trusted online wine shop you will find a wide selection of Rum Pampero. Each Rum Pampero has unique characteristics that influence the final price of the product. The aging process, the duration and the barrels used are just some of the factors that influence the value of each Rum Pampero. On Vino.com you can find Rum Pampero Aniversario, Rum Pampero Selección, Rum Pampero Blanco and Rum Pampero Especial at competitive prices. Discover the Pampero selection on Vino.com.

Panizzi

The Panizzi brand, today one of the brands of excellence in Italian wine, was born in 1989, the year in which the first bottle of Vernaccia di San Gimignano was marketed, revolutionizing the production standards used until then. Thus was born Vernaccia Panizzi, destined to become in a very short time a point of reference for the denomination and the entire Italian wine production. Since then Panizzi has grown and expanded its production; today it constantly receives awards and recognitions, both in Italy and abroad, as evidence of the very high quality of its wines.

Pannier

The Pannier maison is located in the commune of Château-Thierry, in the Marne region, the first French department for the production of Champagne . The secret that makes each bottle of Champagne Pannier a great classic is the perfect harmony between modernity and tradition; the wine, in fact, is produced with the help of modern techniques, which ensure both the rigor of tradition and the maximum creative expression. It is precisely for this reason that Champagne of great value and virtue is born in the millenary cellars of the Pannier maison, with a strong and recognizable style, made of elegance, balance and great persistence.

Pannier

Paolo Bea

Paolo Bea

Paolo Conterno

The Paolo Conterno winery was founded in 1886 within the famous Langhe sub-area known as Ginestra. Strong of an ancient and well-rooted tradition, the Piedmontese company has established itself in today's wine market as one of the most representative of its territory. Taking care of all the vinification processes, from the vineyard to the cellar, Paolo Conterno personally with passion and love creates great wines of absolute quality, well established over time. Conterno's labels are today among the most awarded in the area, increasingly aspiring to qualitative and stylistic perfection.

Paolo Conterno

Paolo Leo

Paolo Leo is a company that was born around the province of Brindisi, in the heart of Salento, by the founder and homonymous head of the family Paolo, who already in the early 1900s produced wine from his vineyards in the family millstone - today recovered and used as a cooper. In 1989 the new headquarters was born, with the new vinification and refinement systems: here the native vines such as Primitivo, Negroamaro and Malvasia Bianca and Nera di Lecce, always cultivated by the family as an enhancement of the Apulian territory and its characteristics. Today the company has about 30 hectares, from which high quality wines are produced: from the rigorous selection of the grapes to the most advanced enological techniques, the production is followed with scrupulous attention in every step, to guarantee quality and respect for the Salento terroir. and its vines.

Paolo Scavino

Paolo Scavino

Paraduxx

Parusso

Parusso

Pascal Doquet

Pascal Doquet, an oenologist since 1982, led by a strong bond with the territory, decided in 1995 to manage the family vineyards, which had a centuries-old tradition behind them. The vineyards of the winery are located in the French commune of Vertus, at the southern tip of the Cote des Blancs, in the heart of the extraordinary Champagne Ardenne region. Over the years the Maison has decided to adopt an organic farming regime, with the utmost respect for the environment, with the aim of obtaining wines that express the true essence of the terroir of origin. Pascal Doquet is an avant-garde winery, which has always turned towards research and experimentation with new winemaking techniques.

Pascal Doquet

Passopisciaro

Certainly among the pioneers of the Etna reality - today loved and celebrated all over the world - Andrea Franchetti decides to start his business already in the early 2000s, restoring an ancient beam in Passopisciaro, around the town of Castiglione di Sicilia. The company is located at an altitude of about one thousand meters, where the temperature range is significant and the minerally rich terroir is characterized by frequent lava flows. With these ideal conditions, Andrea cultivates the Nerello Mascalese grapes, and to a lesser extent Chardonnay, Petit Verdot and Cesanese di Affile, distributed in 26 hectares of vineyards located on the northern slope of the volcano. Passopisciaro wines are thus among the best known and recognized of the entire Etna landscape, true symbols of the refinement and value that the grapes of this extraordinary volcanic terroir so much discussed and appreciated can reach.

Paternoster

Patrick & Christophe Bonnefond

Patrimony

Patron

Paul Goerg

The Maison Champagne Paul Goerg was born thanks to Paul Goerg's passion for the territory and for the vineyards located around the magical town of Vertus, in the heart of the Champagne region. The family tradition, the strong link with the extraordinary terroir of Côte des Blancs and the goal of producing wines of great value, are the principles that constantly guide the Maison. Paul Goerg Champagnes are modern and exclusive, the perfect union of quality and authenticity.

Paul Hobbs

Paul Jaboulet Aine

Paul Pernot

Paul Pillot

Pavillon Rouge du Chateau Margaux

Pavò

Pazo de Señorans

Pegasus Bay

Pelissero

Pellegrino

Since 1880 the Pellegrino family has been involved in the enhancement of Sicilian indigenous vines, producing excellent wines in the well-suited Western Sicily. The great microclimatic and morphological variety of the territory allows to produce very different wines, with their own personality, with dedicated oenologists for each type of wine. The Tareni mono-variety line, the Tripudium cru and the wines of the family estates, each with a specific vocation: Kelbi for the catarratto, Rinazzo for the syrah, Salinaro for the grillo, are born from the vineyards entirely worked organically, in full respect of nature. and Gazzerotta for the Grillo and Nero d'Avola grapes. Furthermore, the name Pellegrino is closely linked to Moscato and Passito from the island of Pantelleria, the "daughter of the wind" due to the constant intervention of this important atmospheric agent, and remembered for this type of wine having been the first producers in Sicily and in the world: excellent sweet passito wines obtained from the prince Zibibbo vine which remains to dry on the traditional "cannizzi" in the hot August sun mitigated by the cool wind of Pantelleria.

Penfolds

The Australian company Penfolds born in 1844, located in South Australia was founded only 8 years after the birth of this state. Today it occupies a fundamental role in the wine market all over the world, especially in the Australian one, in which it has managed to make important changes and for which it represents a model to be imitated. It was founded by Christopher Rawson Penfold, a young English doctor convinced of the healing properties of wine. Always synonymous with quality, tradition, initiative and passion, over the years this company has managed to maintain its humility and seriousness, passing it on from generation to generation.

Penley Estate

Pensees de Lafleur

Perdrix

Pernot Belicard

Perrier

Perrier sparkling mineral water has delighted generations for over 150 years with its unique blend of unmistakable bubbles and balanced mineral salt content. It was born in France, but its effervescent spirit is famous all over the world, and thanks to its fresh taste and its sparklingness it is the perfect ingredient to add a touch of panache to cocktails of all kinds.

Perrier Jouet

Perrier Jouët

Perrier-Jouët is the historic Maison that has been producing Champagne with a unique and refined style since 1811. The Perrier-Jouët vineyards enclose the best parcels of the Côte de Blanc to achieve the prodigy of creating Champagne of great finish and aesthetic attention to detail. It could not be otherwise since part of the prestige of Perrier-Jouët is linked to the history of the Maison Belle Epoque, the birthplace of the founders which in 2017 was restored to beauty thanks to careful restoration in perfect Art Nouveau style. This is the location where today the Perrier-Jouët company builds and shares a unique experience for its guests by combining guided tours of the environments with gourmet dinners supported by the power of Champagne. It was Pierre-Nicolas Perrier and Rose-Adélaïde Jouët who passionate lovers of art and nature decided to enhance their botanical and enological knowledge to create a Champagne house that could stand out over time. Among the distinctive features of Perrier-Jouët there is the passion for Chardonnay and the celebration of its potential in terms of freshness and aromatic charge. The Perrier-Jouët champagne always retains a floral touch that from the finesse of the olfactory scents becomes exuberant on the palate with richness and complexity. In addition to Perrier-Jouët Blanc de Blancs and Belle Epoque Blanc de Blancs, this stylistic choice is enhanced by precious cuvées selected from the best crus to integrate the presence of Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier . The Pinot Noir suitable for giving body and structure comes from the Montagne de Reims area, while the Vallée de la Marne gives rise to Pinot Meunier. With the Perrier-Jouët Grand Brut we are facing a revolution in terms of dosage because against the ancient custom of adding up to 40% sugar to the final product, the Maison Perrier-Jouët decided already in 1846 to use only 5% . What makes Perrier-Jouët Champagne unique Many aspects can affect the quality and prestige of a Champagne but only a few in particular make Perrier-Jouët Champagne unique. It is about taking a leap back in history to meet the founders of the Maison Pierre-Nicolas Perrier and Rose-Adélaïde Jouët who, as botanists and nature lovers, decided to invest in the Champagne region to create a product with a distinct and above all character crossed by a recognizable floral aromatic charge. Even today, the combination of wines produced from different crus and the skilful art of winemaking allows the Maison Perrier-Jouët to be an emblem of quality and elegance in the world. The same elegance is also found in the art collection housed in the Maison Belle Epoque which, completely renovated, remains the ideal place to learn about the family history and still fall in love with this precious Champagne today. There is also another peculiarity linked to an unusual place called Eden : the place still retains two Champagne dated 1825 and very few bottles dated 1874 and access is reserved only to the Chef de cave who keeps the keys before giving them to his successor. as evidence of a great secret to be preserved over time. What are the characteristics of Champagne Perrier-Jouët Rosé? Two Rosé Champagnes with very different characteristics belong to the Perrier-Jouët collection. With the Perrier-Jouët Blason Rosé we are faced with the Champagne of the intensity of the red fruits in which the structure of the Pinot Noir dominates to be embellished by the freshness of the Chardonnay and without losing composure: aged three years in contact with the yeasts, of intense salmon pink color, releases compact notes of strawberry, currant, raspberry and maintains an elegant and structured mouth with a long finish. The percentage of Chardonnay is higher and six years of aging on the lees for the Belle Epoque Rosé, a Champagne created in a limited edition and of great elegance on the palate, perfect balance between red fruits and hints of white flowers. A unique Champagne, to be tried at least once in a lifetime. What distinguishes Champagne Perrier-Jouët Grand Brut? To understand what distinguishes the Champagne Perrier-Jouët Grand Brut we must go back to 1846 when, to satisfy the demands of the English market regarding the low dosage of the Champagne produced, the Maison created the Cuvée K known today by the term Brut and containing less than 5 % of sugars in dosage. What does the Belle Epoque represent for the Maison Perrier-Jouët? The Maison Perrier-Jouët was born with a precious headquarters called Maison Belle Epoque which at the beginning of the 19th century housed the two founding spouses. In 2017, the restoration works of this spectacular structure located near Epernay were completed.

Perrin

Perrot Minot

Peter Dipoli

Peter Dipoli

Peter in Florence

Podere Castellare di Pelago is the first micro-distillery specialized in the production of gin in Italy. His gin, Peter in Florence, is a tribute to Florence and the high quality gin botanicals that can be picked up locally. Especially the iris, symbol of the city of Florence, which in this distillate acquires a particular importance: for the first time not only its roots but also in petals are included in the distillation process, with amazing sensory effects in the final gin. It is a London Dry Gin made and finished, which brings as a dowry as many as 14 botanicals from organic farming, almost all coming from the Tuscan territory, except those unavailable in Italy, made using an exclusive still, built specifically for the distillery on the model of the Carterhead used to produce some of the best gins in the world.

Peter Lauer

Peter Lehmann

Petit-Figeac

Petra

Petra, as a stone in Latin, was born from the commitment and passion for wine of Francesca and Vittorio Moretti. The winery is located in the ancient village of Suvereto, on the ferrous hills of the Val di Cornia, near the Tyrrhenian Sea, in the splendid setting of the Mediterranean scrub. The symbol of the company is the architecture of the cellar, also represented by the logo; the original geometric texture of the structure, designed by the architect Mario Botta, highlights the extent, beauty and depth of the hilly countryside of Suvereto. Petra's production cycle combines modernity and tradition, giving life to wines that preserve the soul of the Tuscan Maremma.

Petrolo

Petrolo has been managed by the Bazzocchi-Sanjust family for 4 generations. Today his goal is to produce quality wines in the splendid setting of the hills of Val d'Arno Superiore, within the Chianti Colli Aretini area, an area known since the early nineteenth century for its innate vocation for production of prestigious wines. Since the second half of the Eighties, Petrolo has focused exclusively on the creation of wines with character linked to the territory, thanks to the use of typical vines such as Sangiovese, and produced through a careful selection process of the grapes and a scrupulous work in the cellar, where the hand of man has as its sole purpose the enhancement of the fruits of nature.

Petrus Boonekamp

Peyrot

Phelps Creek

Philadelphia Distilling

Philippe Charlopin-Parizot

Philippe Cheron

Philippe Livera

Philipponnat

Philipponnat is the Champagne house with origins dating back to 1522. In a place called Le Léon and located between Ay and Dizy it is possible to place the first steps taken by Apvril le Philipponnat in this fascinating world. Precisely in the ancient stages of development, the Philipponnat family is represented by winemakers and wine merchants closely linked to the Crown and with a solid entrepreneurial tradition referable to the city of Ay. Originality, excellence and simplicity are the values that still today the descendants of the Maison are committed to handing down in the memory of the founders. The spectacular cellars of the Château de Mareuil belong to the eighteenth century and the Clos de Goisses is the parcel of 5 hectares carefully guarded for the enormous prestige of the position. With 20 hectares of vineyards classified as Premiers and Grands Crus, Philipponnat continues to work the land with ancient practices such as manual weeding and plowing with draft horses. The practice of introducing reserve wines stored in oak barrels according to the solera practice in order to preserve traces of previous vintages in every Champagne to come is also typical in non-vintage Champagne. Another distinctive feature concerns the indication on the back of the vintage of the base wines used in non-vintage Champagne, the dosage and the disgorgement date. Philipponnat Champagne To create splendid cuvées, Philipponnat carefully selects the grapes to be vinified, often looking with interest at a more advanced state of ripeness and a first refinement in oak barrels. The Philipponnat Champagnes are played on the balance between intensity and freshness, characteristics coming from the Pinot Noir harvested in vineyards classified as Premiers and Grands Crus. The cuvées classified as Royale Réserve Brut, Royale Réserve Non Dóse, Royale Réserve Rosé are all the result of the first pressing with an aging of up to four years in the cellar. From 25% to 35% reserve wines are used treated with the solera method and able to always guarantee continuity with previous vintages. With the Vintage Champagne we are faced with the identity of the vintage with an aging that often exceeds six years. With the Cuvée 1522 we pay homage to the ancestors who have had a relationship with the lands of Ay since the 16th century: with an aging that reaches eight years they remain an emblem of great balance. With the Clos de Goisses the grapes from this small parcel spread over a slope of 45 ° and favored by great exposure are vinified to obtain powerful and memorable wines. What are the characteristics of Champagne Philipponnat Blanc de Noirs? Champagne Philipponnat Blanc de Noirs has highly recognizable characteristics that make it a wine to try without hesitation. Obtained from Pinot Noir grapes, it appears golden in color, with a lively and consistent perlage. The nose has exotic fruit, notes of spice bread and hints of almond, of great aromatic intensity on the palate, good acidity and right balance. Very persistent on the palate, with smoky and spicy notes, it is suitable to accompany fish with butter, game, and foie gras. What distinguishes Philipponnat Champagne from Trentodoc? Champagne Philipponnat is produced with the Champenoise Method in the Champagne region, the only one from which sparkling wines with this name can come. Compared to the Trentodoc Classic Method, the climatic conditions affecting the grapes, the type of blend allowed by the disciplinary and the refinements change despite being united by a refermentation in the bottle. What is the price of a Philipponnat Champagne? On the Vino.com website, the competitive prices of Philipponnat Champagne range between € 50 and € 80.

Pian del Prete

Pian dell'Orino

Pian dell'Orino

Pian Orino

Piandaccoli

Pianpolvere Soprano

Piedra Negra

Piero Mancini

Founded in 1989 by Piero Mancini, the company of the same name extends over 120 hectares of vineyards in Gallura, one of the most suitable areas for viticulture in Sardinia. The wine produced is the result of an authentic passion that with commitment brings the Mancini family to the most faithful expression of the production area, unique for its pedological and climatic characteristics. Today the company is under the guidance of Piero Mancini's wife and children who maintain the same passion and set themselves objectives of increasing the quantity produced and further improving quality. Appreciated in Italy and Europe, the products are currently exported and are successful in Japan and the United States.

Pieropan

Pieropan is located in the heart of the medieval town of Soave, in the historic Palazzo Pullici dating back to 1880. Four generations have succeeded and have marked the history of the company, each with fundamental and always different contributions in relation to the time, knowledge and spirit entrepreneurial. In Pieropan's philosophy, the vineyard is a guarantee of quality; for this reason, the land is cultivated in full respect of the environment, under organic farming. The cellars are the result of a happy combination of tradition and modernity, in which each stage of processing is followed with care and dedication, to create wines with unmistakable aromas and tastes.

Pierre Candeval

Pierre Damoy

Pierre Girardin

Pierre Legras

The Maison can boast ancient origins. Pierre Legras was born in Chouilly in 1662, even before Champagne. The family has been cultivating vineyards in the Côte des Blancs for eleven generations and today it represents the continuation of a history, which runs parallel to that of the most famous wine in the world. The Pierre Legras labels keep intact the charm of an ancient savoir-faire, which has spanned the centuries, handed down as a precious family heritage. In 2002, after completing his studies in Oenology, Vincent Legras decides to exploit the ancient traditions and to found the Maison Pierre Legras, dedicating it to his illustrious ancestor. The property is progressively enriched with new parcels, passing from 5 to 10 hectares of vineyards. Today the domaine represents a splendid expression of the Grand Cru of Chouilly, a small village in the Côte des Blancs, which has always been known for its excellent quality of chardonnay, even if there is no lack of plots cultivated with pinot noir and meunier. The soil is mainly composed of outcropping gypsum, with a high percentage of calcite granules, deriving from the fossils of marine micro organisms. The vines are managed with care and passion, with grassy inter-rows, organic fertilizers and limited use of treatments, only when absolutely essential, in order to preserve a balanced natural environment. Fermentations take place separately for each single parcel and the cellar is equipped with 27 stainless steel tanks and a dozen barrels for the fermentation or refinement of the vins clairs. In this way, the Maison can have a wide range of choices, when creating the final assemblies, for the realization of the various cuvées. The style of the Maison foresees the development of malolactic fermentation, in order to reduce the acidity of the base wines and give the Champagne a softer and more complex face, with the typical aromatic nuances of pastry, brioche and honey. For the elaboration of the labels of the classic line, vins clairs refined in steel are used, in order to preserve the fruity and floral fragrance, as well as a pleasant smoothness of drink. For the preparation of the prestige cuvées, however, wines aged in wood are also used, which give greater volume and a richer aromatic complexity to Champagne. Pierre Legras' labels authentically represent the splendid terroir of the Grand Cru of Chouilly, with the elegance and expressive freshness that are a true stylistic signature of the Maison.

Pierre Ponnelle

Pierre Usseglio

Pierre Yves Colin Morey

Pietra Pura

The Pietrapura line was born from the collaboration between the Tuscan company Rocca delle Macìe and renowned Apulian companies, with the common aim of enhancing the native vines of Salento and creating wines that best express the territory. The union of their experiences and know-how have led to the creation of different types of wine with primitivo and negroamaro grapes. Mandus and Cotis, two expressions of Primitivo di Manduria Doc, and Dolceluna, Primitivo Dolce Naturale Docg, represent the high range of production and are obtained from vineyards selected by the Rocca delle Macìe technicians. Even the vinification and packaging of the entire line takes place under the careful supervision of the oenologist of Rocca delle Macìe Luca Francioni.

Pietradolce

Pietradolce

Pietro Caciorgna

Pieve di Campoli

Pieve Santa Restituta

Pillitteri

Pinea

Pio Cesare

Piper-Heidsieck

The story of Piper-Heidsieck begins with the meeting between the German Florens-Louis Heidsieck and Agathe Perthois. Florens was incredibly captivated by this woman who, on her first visit to the Champagne region in 1777, decided to venture into the world of sparkling wine. In 1785 he founded Heidsieck & Cie with the aim of surprising Queen Marie Antoinette who soon, recognizing the particularity of this Champagne, will become his ambassador. Another unexpected meeting of 1815 concerns Christian, Florens' grandson, and Henri-Guillaume Piper, necessary to make Champagne known beyond national borders. With the growth of a great notoriety all over the world and the involvement of prominent personalities, in 1885 the Prestige Cuvée was born and the collaboration with personalities such as Fabergé began. These acquaintances will represent a constant stylistic figure in the company's growth both through the cinema of the 1930s and in the subsequent 1950s. With Humphrey Bogart, Fred Astaire, Ava Gardner, the fame of Piper-Heidsieck still does not know the success that the words of Marilyn Monroe will unleash: 'I go to sleep with a few drops of Chanel N ° 5 and wake up every morning with a glass of Piper-Heidsieck '. From that moment on, the link with the world of entertainment was uninterrupted to the point that from 1993 the participation of Piper-Heidsieck at the Cannes Film Festival was made official. To commemorate the 100th anniversary of the start of Prohibition, Piper-Heidsieck has revived a limited edition Cuvée Brut that reproduces the wording 'Piper Brut' with the same fonts from the beginning of the century. It was a risky journey that Champagne faced at that time: finding a first landing in Saint-Pierre and Miquelon, a place where no alcohol regulations were in force, the bottles had to face one last journey before reaching other sorting points illegal. Piper-Heidsieck Champagne Piper-Heidsieck Champagne is the result of a great intuition that has chosen the methods of meeting and mixing to charm and excel over time. However, the Piper-Heidsieck adventure would not have been possible without the brilliant intuition linked to a territory with enormous potential: continental climate and calcareous soils remain the ideal conditions for growing grapes suitable for this type of winemaking. The classic varieties used in Champagne are the same ones contemplated in the creation of the cuvées: Chardonnay , for momentum and elegance; Meunier , with fruit and pulp; Pinot Noir for structure and power. With vineyards located in the areas of Montagne de Reims and Côte des Bar, the company has long been loyal to many winemakers often linked by a relationship of collaboration that has lasted for at least three generations. The selection of the wines that will make up the cuvée is another significant process that shows consistency with the practice of giving a name to each harvest to identify the climatic and productive singularities that characterize it. In the case of 2004, the harvest defined as 'the marathon runner' defines a strong Champagne and can be kept for many years. Does Piper-Heidsieck produce sparkling wine? Piper-Heidsieck produces wines with the Champenoise Method, that is wines characterized by the effervescence produced by a second fermentation in the bottle. As important as the difference between Spumante and Champagne is, consisting in the use of different varieties, practices and pedoclimatic characteristics that cannot be combined. What aligns the Classic Method as a category of sparkling wines to the Champenoise Method is precisely the refermentation. It should be remembered that a sparkling wine obtained with the Charmat or Martinotti method will show even more relevant differences. What are the characteristics of Champagne Piper-Heidsieck Cuvée Brut? Cuvée Brut Piper-Heidsieck is made with a blend of 100 Crus wines and with the addition of 25% reserve wines. Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, Meunier are used with a predominance of 50% Pinot Noir. A Champagne with a golden yellow color, with a fine and persistent perlage, with notes of hazelnut, yeast, pear and lemon return, for a refined harmonious taste, with the right freshness and creaminess. What is the price of Piper-Heidsieck Champagne? the price of Champagne Piper-Heidsieck ranges from € 40 to € 200 for limited editions.

Planeta

"Ours is a new way of thinking about traveling to Sicily: Menfi, Vittoria, Noto, Etna and Capo Milazzo. A non-random journey, strongly linked to the diversity of landscapes, winds, the character of men and therefore of theirs. wines. " This is the motto of Diego Planeta, protagonist of the Sicilian wine renaissance, thanks to the collaboration of experts such as Giacomo Tachis, Carlo Corino, Giampaolo Fabris and Attilio Scienza. Diego played a fundamental role in making his company, founded around 1500 into what it is today: a winery that embodies not just one, but six ways of interpreting and expressing the Sicilian territory; in fact, there are many estates in which wine is produced, each with its own specific research and enhancement project. Through its wines, the company proposes itself as a journey through Sicily , rich in innovative and contemporary contents, but always consistent with a historical interpretation of the territory. Planeta The Ulmo estate represents the real beating heart of the company: it is here that the dream began, from those first 50 hectares, in a place that presented itself as a palette of shapes and colors, a real laboratory in which to experiment. From here began the journey in search of native varieties, with maps of ancient books that told stories of ghost wines that led to destinations such as Menfi, Vittoria, then Noto, Etna and finally Capo Milazzo. At the base there has always been an idea, that of producing every wine in its territory, respecting and enhancing it thanks to an economically sustainable, ecologically careful, socially fair viticulture, in order to truly interpret and tell it in a unique way. Planeta white wine Planeta is famous above all for its white wine, with Chardonnay and Cometa which were the first to make Sicily known to the whole world. It is precisely in Menfi, in the historic estate of the Ulmo heart of the company, that the first vineyards were planted, and here some of the most representative wines were born: from Chardonnay , symbol of Planeta production and of the wine rebirth of Sicily, to Cometa , a great white from southern Italy, the result of experimentation on Fiano, from Alastro that best expresses the characteristics of a millenary native vine such as Grecanico , up to La Segreta, a faithful companion of daily good drinking. A range of wines that demonstrates how Sicily is not only Syrah , Frappato and Nero d'Avola , which are also present in the Planeta range. Why is Planeta Chardonnay wine so famous? Planeta Chardonnay wine has become the image of the Sicilian change of wine. Born in 1985 from the desire to be able to compete with the world in the production of this noble and widespread vine, today Planeta Chardonnay is an icon for the whole of Sicily, awarded internationally by the best wine guides. From which grapes is Planeta La Segreta wine made? This young and fresh wine made mainly from Grecanico grapes, with a touch of Fiano and the addition of international Chardonnay and Viognier grapes. All the grapes are expertly cultivated in Planeta's own vineyards. La Segreta is a versatile companion for everyday drinking and suitable for the most diverse occasions.

Plantation

Plantation is a brand that was born in the early 90s from the passion of Alexander Gabriel, already recognized distiller of the famous Maison Ferrand, one of the oldest companies of French cognac. Gabriel, driven by curiosity and love for distillation, decides to experiment with new Caribbean rums, traveling in the most typical terroirs of this distillate: from the Caribbean he travels all over Latin America, through dozens of different regions - each characterized by styles and peculiarities different - Gabriel tests a truly remarkable line of different rums, each an expression of the territory from which it comes. Today Alexandre Gabriel, who became the owner of Maison Ferrand, has received appreciation and recognition for his distillation activity and for his rums, which in over 15 years have earned him numerous awards, such as the Master Blender in the "World's Best" award and the prestigious Golden Barrel Award.

Plymouth

Pocas

Podere Ai Valloni

Podere Il Castellaccio

Podere La Berta

Podere la Cappella

Podere Le Ripi

Podere Ripi

Poderi Aldo Conterno

Poderi Colla

Poderi Colla

Poderi Luigi Einaudi

Poderi Luigi Einaudi

The story of the Luigi Einaudi farms begins in 1897, when Luigi Einaudi bought the San Giacomo farmhouse. Subsequently the winemaking tradition was handed down from father to son, always keeping alive the passion and the bond with the territory. The winery is located on the rolling hills of Cannubi and Terlo Vie Nuove, in the municipality of Dogliani, in the heart of Piedmont. A fundamental rule for the winery is that a great wine can only come from a large vineyard and a large terroir, for this reason the Luigi Einaudi Poderi have grown, acquiring numerous vineyards over time. Luigi Einaudi wines, thanks to their unique characteristics, express the true essence and tradition of Langa.

Poggerino

Poggio al Tesoro

Poggio al Tesoro is the Bolgheri estate of the Allegrini family, one of the most important names in Valpolicella. The project is the realization of the desire to confront another land of great red wines, a sort of new adventure to put oneself to the test again. Everything was born from an intuition of Walter Allegrini, who has always been a lover of the Bolgheri area and its wines. The estate is made up of several farms, each with different pedoclimatic characteristics. The 70 hectares of the estate are located in a natural context of extraordinary beauty, kissed by a hot and powerful sun, which reflected from the sea, gives an atmosphere of dazzling brightness. The hilly line of Castagneto Carducci shelters the Bolgheri area from the winds coming from the east and the gentle breezes of the Tyrrhenian Sea, mitigate the heat of a typically Mediterranean climate. The vines are grown in an area of great biodiversity, among spontaneous shrubs of the Mediterranean scrub and maritime pines. The property consists of four farms, two are located near the famous via Bolgherese, one in Sondraie, near the coast, and the last in the splendid Bibbona area. The Bolgheri area has a particular orography, which slopes gently from the line of hills that run inland parallel to the coast. The composition of the soils is quite varied, with an internal area richer in skeleton, an intermediate area of medium texture and a sandier strip near the sea: soils not very suitable for Sangiovese and historically considered unsuitable for viticulture. The fortune of the territory began with the success of Sassicaia wine, which gave value to the whole territory. Within a few decades, Bolgheri was reborn with its own precise identity. The lands and the climate have, in fact, proved to be ideal for cultivating the famous Bordeaux red grape varieties, in particular cabernet sauvignon, cabernet franc, merlot and petit verdot, which in Bolgheri are expressed with an extraordinary maturity of fruit and aromatic richness. Among the white berried grapes, Vermentino is grown above all, but there is no shortage of the most famous French vines, in particular Sauvignon and Chardonnay. Poggio al Tesoro soon established itself as one of the most important realities in the area, thanks to its ability to interpret the spirit of Bolgheri in the name of elegance and refinement. The solid experience gained in Valpolicella, in the cultivation and vinification of red berried grapes, has allowed Allegrini to quickly understand the characteristics of the territory and the personality of the vines. Today the Bolgheri wines produced by Allegrini are among the most interesting and representative labels of the area and are positioned in the high end of the market, as authentic interpreters of this splendid land.

Poggio Antico

Poggio Antico

Poggio Argentiera

Poggio Argentiera was born in 1997 and is located in the enchanting territory of the Tuscan Maremma. Despite being recently formed, it has already received numerous and important awards both nationally and internationally. The philosophy of Poggio Argentiera is to seek the maximum expression of the territory, following the path of minimal intervention, both in the vineyard and in the cellar, to ensure that the wines can express their true and natural character. For this reason, since 2009 the company management has been converted following the dictates and certifications of organic farming.

Poggio Argentiera

Poggio di Sotto

Poggio di Sotto

Poggio Landi

Poggio Landi

Poggio Le Volpi

The origins of Poggio Le Volpi date back to 1920, when Manlio Mergé began trading bulk wine. The next generation decided to give a new impulse to the family business, founding the Tenuta Poggio Le Volpi, which will see the light in the mid-90s. The company is located in Monte Porzio Catone, southeast of Rome, near the hilly area of Frascati, famous for its viticulture since the times of the ancient Romans. The cool and breezy climate and the precious soils of ancient volcanic origin offer, in fact, the ideal conditions for the cultivation of white berried grapes. Monte Porzio Catone rises on a lateral cone of the Lazio Volcano, which generated the whole area of the Castelli Romani. The soils are very rich in minerals such as potassium, phosphorus, sulfur and magnesium, lava rocks, tuffs and sand, they are very draining soils with good natural fertility. The vineyards are immersed in an uncontaminated environment, next to the Castelli Romani Regional Park, rich in centuries-old chestnut woods. The project of Tenuta Poggio Le Volpi starts from the desire to rediscover and give value to the most ancient customs of the region, to renew the great tradition of the territory in a modern key and produce wines capable of authentically expressing the typicality of the places. The choice of vines was immediately oriented towards the enhancement of the grapes historically present in the Frascati area: malvasia di candia, malvasia del Lazio, malvasia puntinata, trebbiano, nero buon, cesanese and montepulciano, in addition to the international chardonnay and syrah. The vineyard is the center of the entire production process, with the awareness that only starting from healthy grapes, rich in aromas and genuine, it is possible to make great wines. The estate is cultivated with espalier systems, mainly facing south, which guarantee excellent ripeness during the harvest. The cellar practices are aimed at enhancing the varietal profiles of the grapes with minimal oenological intervention, in order to maximize the precious interaction between vines and volcanic soils. The wines are the result of a rigorous and careful company philosophy, aimed at recovering that level of quality that has made wines of the Frascati area famous since ancient times. The use of native vines and the presence of volcanic soils, which clearly mark the aromatic profile of the wines, allows the creation of important labels, which are true interpreters of the best qualities of a territory of noble traditions.

Poggio San Polo

Poggio Scalette

Poggio Scalette

Poggio Sotto

Poggione

Poitout

Pol Roger

Pol Roger

Pol Roger is a source of infinite pleasure and represents a way of life. Its champagnes have a soul, created by the strong bond that exists between the family and the vineyards. The company and the vineyards are located in the prestigious and noble Champagne Avenue in Epernay, a French commune located in the beating heart of Champagne Ardenne. With more than 160 years of history, Pol Roger has become one of the most recognized and respected champagne producers in the world. The renowned Champagne brand is still owned and operated today by the descendants of Pol Roger. Pol Roger holds the current Royal Warrant as champagne suppliers to Queen Elizabeth II.

Poli

It is almost impossible not to trace the name Poli back to the production of grappas. Poli is in fact one of the most famous grappa producers in the world, as well as the name of the family that has been passionately pursuing for over a century the activity of enhancing the famous distillate of marc brandy. Poli was founded near Bassano del Grappa, in Schiavon, in 1898. Since that year, the members of the Poli family, generation after generation, are committed to the production of the highest quality grappas within the suggestive production facilities. The Poli family wanted to remember the passionate work that has characterized its history in a museum over time, which in addition to the objects that celebrate the tradition of the distillery, preserves the ancient copper still with twelve steam boilers active for over a century. Poli grappa is distilled by seeking constant improvement, choosing quality pomace and respecting the ancient traditions that bind the family to the historic production of the precious Poli grappa. Grappa Poli They say that distilling an excellent grappa is a simple process. On the other hand, only the best pomace and over a hundred years of experience are needed! For more than a century, Poli has distilled only the pomace from the best wine producers of the Veneto, with the aim of obtaining different types of Poli grappa, each with an unmistakable style. The choice is really difficult: from young grappas, to barricaded grappas, from flavored grappas and those with natural infusions, we suggest you visit Vino.com to discover the selection of Poli Distillerie and its grappas. Poli liqueur Since the year of its foundation, in 1898, Poli has combined the distillation of Grappa with the production of liqueurs with natural infusion of vegetable substances and fruits in alcohol, known as Elisir. Liqueurs are an original way of "making an aperitif", keeping the traditions of the past alive in the present. Try the Amaro, the Bitter and the Vermouth Gran Bassano, to catapult yourself into the heart of the fascinating Veneto. Those with a sweet tooth will not be able to miss the delicious creams and liqueurs with a low alcohol content. How is Grappa Poli Barricata obtained? Barricaded grappas are the most prized grappas. Grappa Poli Barricata owes its characteristic elegance to the aging process. In fact, this Grappa is raised in barriques, enriching itself with the aromatic substances released by the wood and thus obtaining depth, enveloping and softness. What is 24 Carat Poli Grappa The pomace from the vineyards belonging to the DOC Breganze, near Bassano del Grappa, is distilled to produce Grappa Poli 24 Carati. The name Grappa Poli 24 Carati derives from the duration of its refinement, 24 months in oak barrels.

Poliziano

Located in the historic terroir of Montepulciano, the Poliziano farm was founded in 1961 surrounded by knolls and hills and inspired by a millenary wine making tradition. The cellars, where the delicate phases of vinification, maturation and refinement of the wines take place, are treated in detail and harmoniously combine tradition and modern technologies. Poliziano's wines tell the story of the territory in which they are born and preserve the original labels with which they were bottled for the first time in the 1980s, despite having refined and evolved over time, reaching a qualitative level of excellence.

Polvanera

Enhancement of primitivo and other indigenous Apulian vines: this is the project of Filippo Cassano when in 2003, on the strength of a long family tradition, he founded Polvanera. The company is located in Gioia del Colle, in the province of Bari, in a historic farm with an adjoining modern cellar dug into the karst rock, where the constant temperature and humidity all year round guarantee an optimal environment for the creation and maturation of wines. Polvanera cultivates its vineyards in organic farming, with the utmost respect for the territory, without the use of substances harmful to the environment. Today the winery has become an important point of reference, both nationally and internationally, for the DOC Primitivo Gioia del Colle.

Pommery

The history of the Maison Pommery dates back to 1858 when Madame Pommery, a widow, took over the Pommery & Greno company. Well aware of the importance of the choice and selection of the raw material in the constitution of an excellent Champagne , he soon decided to devote every effort to qualitative growth for the elaboration of refined Champagne. The creation of a Champagne Brut in 1874 was another demonstration of his farsightedness and his ability, entirely personal, to contravene the expectations of the market, normally oriented by the production of sweeter wines. Pommery Champagne Pommery Champagne is the most successful result of a wise winemaking art, aimed at fully intervening on the tastes and trends of the nineteenth century. Madame Pommery's intervention is not only aimed at the creation of unique Champagne with a high quality profile, but at the determination of a new way of drinking and an innovative approach to sparkling wine. With an activity linked to environmental sustainability that has today guaranteed the 'Susta