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Deep Down

Founded by Clive Dougall, who was Winemaker at Seresin Estate for 12 years, and Peter Lorimer, who promoted boutique New Zealand brands around the globe with his company the New Zealand Wine Portfolio, Deep Down is about honest wines forged with intuition and heart. Offering Sauvignon Blanc, Arneis, Chardonnay & Pinot Noir (sulphur free) produced with intuition and heart. From land farmed with care, and vineyards managed with respect, in an incredible region deep down in Aotearoa, New Zealand.

Organic, small batch, wild ferment, single vineyard wines crafted with honesty and low or no additions. Wines of transparency and place

Jean Paul et Charly

Nestled in the small village of Villie-Morgon in the wine-producing region of Beaujolais, Jean-Paul Thevenet is leading his family’s winery in the third generation. His son Charly joined him in 2008 and they’ve been converting the 5 hectare Domaine according to organic and biodynamic principles ever since. Charly is also making wines under his own label from neighbouring Grand Cru Regnie

Trinchero

Young Italian immigrant Mario Trinchero leaves New York City and heads west to the Napa Valley, hoping to build a better life for his wife Mary and their three children, Bob, Roger and Vera. The family purchases an abandoned Prohibition-era winery in St. Helena, refurbishing it and initially scraping by as a mom-and-pop operation.

 

In 1972, second-generation vintner Bob Trinchero creates the world’s first White Zinfandel under the Sutter Home label and the rest—as they say—is history. In 2004 they purchase the Folie à Deux Winery, north of St. Helena, with a vision for creating our first boutique wines bottled under the Trinchero Napa Valley name. To honor the family’s journey and leave an indelible legacy for future generations, the Trinchero Napa Valley Winery is built in 2007. That same year, the winemaking team crushes the first vintage of Trinchero Napa Valley.

 

Named for our pioneering founder Mario Trinchero, this rare jewel of a site surrounds our winery in St. Helena, along a narrow stretch of the valley floor formed by river erosion. A northwest exposure, coupled with a mix of gravel, loam and alluvial soils, makes Mario’s Vineyard ideally suited for opulent Cabernet Sauvignon with impressive structure and velvety tannins.

Viña Valoria

Bodegas Valoria is one of the oldest and highly rated wineries in Rioja, Spain. Its name originates from an old plot of land located in the town of Fuenmayor – one of the most prestigious in the Rioja Alta region.

The emphasis at the winery has been to make quality wines at a good price ratio, using traditional techniques but with a modern approach. Under the Viña Valoria brand, there is a large repertoire of different wines at varying price points and age.

Bodegas Valoria continues today to represent the purest tradition of a classic Rioja but with the modern consumer in mind.

Trivento

Founded in 1996, Trivento Bodegas y Vińedos produces brand-name wines distinguished for preserving the character of the winds. These wines have received numerous recognitions at international contests and in wine industry publications. TRIVENTO has become the most diversely distributed Argentine wine brand in the world, positioning the company among the preeminent Argentine exporters.

360° Loire

Established in the Loire Valley since 1872, Loire Properties produces and markets a wide variety of Loire wines. Recognized for the quality of its often awarded wines and for its ability to innovate, Loire Properties is a key player in the vineyard. The entire sector is mastered from vine to glass with respect for people and the environment.

LaStella

Created to capture the vision of la dolce vita – paying homage to the Italian ways – LaStella boldly stepped into the spotlight in 2006. Just as a symphony has its tempo, so do the musically inspired LaStella wines: Leggiero, Vivace, Allegretto, Fortissimo, and Maestoso. Situated by Osoyoos Lake in the South Okanagan Valley, at the northernmost tip of the Sonoran desert, LaStella’s commitment to winemaking excellence is its driving force. Low input viticulture and non-interventionist winemaking philosophy is what has lead to their rise and sought-after following.

Le Vieux Pin

Named for the solitary majestic old growth pine of their Oliver estate, Le Vieux Pin sits perched amidst the famed vineyards of the Black Sage Bench: Canada’s sole pocket desert, located in the South of British Columbia’s Okanagan Valley. Since releasing their first vintage in 2005, Le Vieux Pin has captured the essence of traditional French winemaking, along with the bold New World character distinct to the region. Considered by the national wine industry to be a leading Syrah producer, the winery uses low input viticulture and non-interventionist winemaking to make exclusive vintages that carry with them a sense of time and place. These fine wines can be savoured nationwide and internationally, at select culinary hot spots, gastronomical institutions and fine wine merchants. The pine tree stands alone.

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