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A family tradition in winemaking. The farm was founded by Bosco Pietro in 1904 and its primary business has always been wine growing. In 1979 the grapes so carefully grown were removed from the market to make room for wine-making. This new enterprise was met with so much success that Pietro was soon joined by his youngest son Agostino, who worked with patience and precision and was gifted with intuition for work in both the vineyard and the cellar. After the death of his father (1983), Agostino continued working on the farm, demonstrating such commitment and love for the work as to involve his wife Carla and to find in the world of wine a passion for his son Andrea as well. Today the farm continues to be run as a family business with one goal: achieve grapes of the maximum quality to be transformed into a wine with personality rendering it special and unique. The total vined surface area of the farm is currently at about 4 hectares divided between nebbiolo, barbera and dolcetto. All vineyards are property of and found exclusively within the confines of the Comune of La Morra.
Generations of historic winemaking rooted in tradition. It is documented that Teobaldo Germano was the founder and first president of the Barolo wine growers’ cooperative winery, founded in 1902. Out of the Barolo wine co-op came the founding of the Angelo Germano winery in 1908. The winery has been passed down through several generations of the Germano family and grown substantially all while playing an integral role in the protection and promotion of Barolo and the DOC, DOCG regulations. In the early 1980’s with the whole Germano family involved in the winery and with business growing, Angelo Germano took the first steps to modernize the company and reach out to international markets. Today the family is focused on keeping their tradition alive while maintaining the highest quality of production and striving to bring more enjoyment in bottle. “…to host and engage in an experience that goes beyond the sale of wine. We focus on honesty and relevance of a refined product that has been looked after for many generations.
Ancient vineyards, humble traditions and wisdom in the winemaking. The Giuseppe Roagna cellar is situated in the heart of Roero. It is still family run today and produces wine from its own estate grapes in the Roero, Langhe and Alba regions. The tasting area is a beautifully reconstructed farm house that lies in the center of Prirocca. The family believes that ancient vineyards, humble traditions with lots of care, wisdom, and experience in the winemaking process are the key to obtain a world class wine. Each bottle preserves the history, terroir and personality of the place and people who made it.
100 years of sensitive farming deeply rooted in the Napa Valley. With 100 years of agriculture in Napa, it comes as no surprise that the heart and soul of Gamble Family Vineyards is deeply rooted in the soil. Founded by third-generation farmer Tom Gamble in 2005, Gamble Family Vineyards owns prime estate vineyards in many of Napa’s most respected AVAs—Oakville, Mt. Veeder, Rutherford and Yountville. Winemaker Jim Close follows Gamble Family Vineyards’ mission of producing wines that seamlessly bring together elegance, balance, nuance, with good structure and moderate alcohol, while embracing and highlighting the characteristics Napa Valley terroir imparts on the wines. Tom Gamble follows a holistic approach to farming and winemaking. His goal is to farm in a manner that isn’t detrimental to the community or the planet. His winery and vineyards are certified Napa Green and certified by Fish Friendly Farming.
The world’s most beautiful tequila. They risked everything, came from nothing and grew like a rose from the concrete. Siempre Tequila Plata provides those who enjoy the finer quality things in life with the world’s most beautiful tequila. They do this by being real, vibrant and exceptionally smooth. This award winning Mexican spirit is crafted in the small town of Tequila using traditional brick ovens, natural open air fermentation, volcanic spring water and double distilled in alambique pot stills with 100% blue weber agave, estate grown in both the highland and lowlands of Jalisco. Siempre Tequila Plata boasts a delicious peppery fresh agave nose with a hint of cotton candy. It tastes soft, sweet and savory with an exceptionally smooth spiced pineapple finish.
Handcrafted artisanal California wines with sustainable values. CRU Wine Company began as a dream shared by long-time friends Richard Spencer and Michael Conway. Their mutual interest in the fine wines produced by California’s best vineyards enticed them into winemaking; thus CRU Wine Company was born. The CRU label is exclusively comprised of Chardonnay and Pinot Noir. These varietals are sourced from some of the finest family-owned and operated vineyards on California’s Central Coast. CRU selects grapes from vineyards that are SIP (Sustainability in Practice) certified and from owners who care about the well-being of people and the planet. The expertly grown fruit consistently delivers exceptional and balanced flavors.
From the rugged coastlines, breathtaking beaches and majestic forests of Mendocino. In the early 1980s, Brigitte Seebass purchased the property now known as Seebass Vineyards. Formerly a pear orchard decades before it was planted under grape, the historic barns and drying sheds still remain much as they were nearly one hundred years ago. Brigitte replanted and improved the vineyard as time went on, replacing less productive varietals with Chardonnay, Syrah, Merlot, and Grenache. She left the vines planted in the late 1800’s as old-vine Zinfandel that today produce some of the most prized grapes in the region.
A family’s greatest passion. Dancing Coyote is a family run, owned and operated vineyard located in a beautiful stretch of land in California’s Clarksburg appellation. Having farmed in the Delta region along the Sacramento River for five generations, today the family is busy nurturing over 600 acres of exquisite wine grapes in the ideal climate and soil of the Sacramento Valley. Their devotion to producing wines of exceptional quality and character is unwavering, from the growing and harvesting of grapes at the peak of their flavor, to crushing, aging and handcrafting the final product.
A focus on small, family-owned Carneros vineyards. Wine styles come and go in this ever-evolving industry, but quality winemaking should always remain a winery’s focus. Winemaker, Ken Foster, has designed Carneros Ranch wines to cater to those whose preferred wine style is big and bold, and who appreciate a more pronounced, yet integrated oak presence. Carneros Ranch has combined estate fruit with high-quality fruit sourced from their Carneros neighbors to produce wines with density, structure, and balance while remaining true to their varietal and the heritage of the Carneros region.
Bistro-ready, Carneros classics. Since the first release in 1987, the Fleur wines have received a great deal of international praise and recognition. Fleur wines are crafted with minimal use of new oak, a focus on true varietal character, and as a statement of the terroir in which they are grown. Fleur’s goal is to create wines that accompany the foods they are paired with, rather than overpower them.
First-class chocolate liqueurs from Austria. Mozart chocolate spirits are an homage to Mozart and to his birthplace, Salzburg. All Mozart chocolate liqueurs share one thing in common: they are made from natural raw ingredients - cocoa, sugar and vanilla. These are combined with time, experience and passion in order to achieve the consistent quality of liqueur and distillate. Behind every single bottle stands 150 years of experience in the spirits industry.
Revolutionary traditional distillation. Gem&Bolt is a lifestyle brand with a line of fair-trade and sustainable Damiana-distilled Mezcal. Centuries ago, in pre-Hispanic Mexico, a lightning bolt struck the heart (gem) of the maguey plant, roasting and fermenting its sugars, creating a sap known today as Mezcal. Artist-alchemist duo, AdrinAdrina and Elliott Coon, both daughters of bohemian bootleggers, started brewing their own spirits and infusing elixirs, giving birth to Gem&Bolt.
Filled with flavor, crafted with character. Launched in 2014 by Seth Benhaim, Infuse Spirits is the world's first single bottle infusion. Infuse uses real fruit and spices so you can SEE what's in every single bottle of their vodka. They are the only single-bottle infusion company that sticks to this philosophy: natural, real ingredients inside every bottle. No added sugars, dies, or artificial ingredients - ever.
Family owned for four generations. Pellegrini Wine Company at Olivet Lane Vineyard is located in the Russian River Valley. The Pellegrini family name has been associated with every tier of the wine business since the early part of the 20th Century, from grape sellers to a wholesale wine distribution company. The story of Olivet Lane & Pellegrini wines, as we know them today, starts with a spark in the family’s third generation. Robert, under the urging of his grandfather & an epiphany he had while traveling through vineyards in Beaune, France, set out to establish a new family vineyard.
Terroir-driven wines from Russian River, Dry Creek and Alexander Valleys. Kokomo winery is perched on the east side of Dry Creek Valley amidst the 120 acres of prime benchland vineyards of Timber Crest Farms. They focus their terroir-driven wines on the three distinctive appellations of Sonoma County - Russian River, Dry Creek and Alexander Valleys. The dynamic partnership of grower, Randy Peters, and winemaker, Erik Miller, ensures the winery’s ongoing commitment to quality and consistency for future vintages.
Philosophy based upon tradition, innovation and social responsibility. The story of the Moro family began in 1932, when Emilio Moro Sr. was born. It is now a project carried out by three generations with roots in the Ribera del Duero, who have spent their lives discovering the characteristics of its terroir. The goal? To produce intense and unique wines.
The pure expression of the recent Spanish wine-making revolution. Bodegas Cepa 21 is the ambitious project headed by the Moro family, the owners of Bodegas Emilio Moro, one of the most emblematic wineries in the Ribera del Duero. The winery, which nestles in the middle of fifty hectares (around 124 acres) of its own Tinto Fino vines (the purest Tempranillo clone), is modern and equipped to bring out the very best of one of the finest varietals in the world.
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