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Australia

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About the winery

In 1838 two ships are sailing bound for Australia, aboard the Zebra is Samuel Johann Nietschke and on the Prince George is Johann Georg Kalleske. They are both pioneering grapegrowing families who make the Barossa their new home. Now step forward 130 years in time to 1968 and these two families join when John Kalleske marries Lorraine Nietschke. Their sons Tony, Kym and Troy run the vineyard and the more recently established winery.

However it was Lorraine’s forebears who originally made wine well before the current Kalleske boys decided to try their hand. The Nietschke family established a winery on the banks of the Jacob’s Creek soon after they planted vines in the 1840’s.

To honour Lorraine’s lineage and the inspiration they have bestowed these wines proudly bear the Nietschke name.

Nietschke wines are sourced from a variety of traditionally and sustainably farmed vineyards from across the Barossa Valley.

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About the winery

Spinifex Wines owners and operators, Peter Schell and Magali Gely, have had a home in the Barossa Valley for over twenty years and hold a strong commitment to and passion for the Barossa. They also have a strong French connection, both physically and philosophically. Magali's family, who up until recently were vignerons with a long lineage in Lunel, near Montpellier, still live in south France, and over the last ten years Peter has worked six French vintages, in Provence, the Languedoc, Bordeaux and Burgundy.

Time spent in the south of France has fuelled their interest in making unique, hand crafted wines with personality, which are generous and honest expressions of the varieties and their provenance. Spinifex Wines grapes are sourced from a group of dedicated growers in both the Barossa and Eden Valleys, taking advantage of the great diversity of the soils and meso-climates of the Barossa to create wines with balance, character, depth of flavour and Barossan generosity.

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About the winery

​The Curtis Family Vineyards are established just west of the McLaren Vale township. Its vineyards have flourished, and now its sought-after McLaren Vale wines are available on the Australian and export markets.

The story of the Curtis Family Vineyards is about how everything old came new again...of how European immigrants came to Australia, struggled against the odds and then applied old-world values and experience to produce fine wines.

The new faces behind the Curtis Family Vineyards are Mark, Thomas & Jenna Curtis, with the guidance of their father, Claudio Curtis who lives on the vineyard just outside McLaren Vale. The name Curtis is thought to derive from Curtius, a noble and wealthy family of the First and Second Centuries AD, the Roman Empire era originating from the Latinium people. 

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Italy

Italy

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About the winery

In this small town, set between the hills of the Julian Prealps and the high plains of Friuli, we grow not only Ribolla, but also other white grape varieties: Friulano, Sauvignon, Pinot Grigio, Chardonnay and Glera. Our red grape varieties, meanwhile, include Refosco dal Peduncolo Rosso, Schioppettino, Merlot and Cabernet. We farm the land with attention and respect, trying to safeguard the beauty of the environment that hosts us. In order to offer ageable, richly nuanced wines, we focus on the ripeness.

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About the winery

Riondo is an undisputed leader of viticulture in the Veneto region of Italy, with over 14,800 acres of vineyards. Named after the nearby Mount Riondo, Riondo is dedicated to the craft of producing Charmot Method DOC sparkling wines. The Riondo portfolio offers DOC proseccos that embrace the spirit of Italy, bringing people together to effortlessly enjoy, relax, and celebrate the bonds between friends and family.

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About the winery

Bersano Vini is a wine producer located in the winemaking region of Piedmont in northwestern Italy. The estate has its origins in Asti in the early part of the 20th Century and today makes a range of regional wines, including Barbera d'Asti, Barolo, Barbaresco, Monferrato and Moscato

d'Asti. The estate now comprises a total of 230 hectares (570 acres) of Piedmontese countryside and is owned by the Massimelli and Soave families. The oldest of the Bersano Vini vineyards lie at the company's 12-ha (30-acre) Cascina Cremosina estate in Nizza Monferrato, in the Barbera

d'Asti DOCG zone, while the newest addition to the portfolio is located in Ruche di Castagnole Monferrato and is planted to 32ha (79 acres) of vine.

France

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About the winery

Hubert de Bouard, the seventh generation owner of Château Angélus, craft single variety wine Château Angelus. The owner Hubert de Boüard started his winemaking career in 1956. In 1985, he took over Château Angélus. In 2016, he started making Chardonnay and Sauvignon Blanc in Bordeaux. , and put his full name on the new winery.

The owner spent four years, made unremitting efforts, and made good use of Bordeaux's local terroir to produce exquisite wines of a single variety. "Bordeaux is not just a blend of varieties. Single-variety bottling can better express the wonderful terroir of Bordeaux."

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Spain

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About the winery

Bodegas Faustino, located in Oyón, Rioja Alavesa, enjoys international renown earned over more than 150 years of experience in the production and ageing of premium wines. Crossing the doors of Bodegas Faustino is like stepping right into the history of wine. It is an unforgettable experience in a winery with the most extensive worldwide recognition. It is losing oneself in an immense barrel hall or in the spectacular bottle ageing cellars. It is discovering a great winery where more than nine million bottles are resting. It is discovering the

essence of Rioja ́s leading exporter of Gran Reservas

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Chile

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About the winery

Casas del Bosque is located 70 km from Santiago, the capital of Chile, and 30 km from the port of Valparaíso, (UNESCO World Heritage Site). In 1993 the Italian descendants Cúneo family established the winery in the Casablanca Valley, one of the coolest spots in the area. The large and old pines and olive trees, and small white houses of adobe, defined the name of "Casas del Bosque”.

Currently the vineyard has 235 hectares planted, exclusively dedicated to the production of cool-climate varieties such as Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay, Riesling, Pinot Noir and Syrah. Cabernet Sauvignon and Carménère come from the Maipo, Colchagua and Chachapoal valleys.

Today Casas del Bosque is one of the most important wineries in Casablanca. It has gained great prestige over the years, and in 2010 it became the Best Vineyard to Visit in Chile according to The Winery Guide, Brasil. The Canadian magazine Wine Access chose restaurant Tanino as one of the best gastronomy. In 2013 and 2014, the prestigious International Wine & Spirits Competition (IWSC) chose the winery as the “Chilean Wine Producer of the Year”.

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About the winery

VIK vineyard was born amidst the foothills of the Andes mountains, within the Millahue Valley, named "Lugar de Oro" or "Golden Place" by the native Mapuche people: 4,300 hectares of astonishing Chilean wilderness where they planted over 327 hectares of vines.

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Germany

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About the winery

WEINGUT KORRELL is located in the winegrowing region Nahe. The Nahe region is one of the smallest winegrowing regions in Germany. lt is located in the federal state of Rhineland - Palatinate, where wine has been produced since Roman times.

 

Martin Korrel is a winegrower to his very core, dedicated to what really matters - the highest possible quality. He focus on just a few wines from highly demanding classic varieties, constantly pursuing the greatest balance, expression and depth.