"L'un des tout premiers domaines à avoir fait découvrir les vins de crozes-hermitage au-delà de la Drôme, grâce à Alain Graillot, reconverti vigneron dans les années 1980.
Not far from Tarragona, Alvaro Palacios created his own estate in 1989 by investing in the lands of Priorat, a region with volcanic soil and steep slopes that had been neglected until then. A true precursor in the region, his success was immediate and he made a major contribution to the development of Spanish wines, following in the footsteps of his father Remondo Palacios, who made the wines of the Rioja region known worldwide
Pantelleria, a small Italian island between Sicily and Tunisia, with its dark, steep, wind-whipped slopes, is where Carole Bouquet has taken up the challenge of resurrecting an anthological wine, Passito.
Striking value for money and pleasure! Cascina Fontana is a small, family-run, 4-hectare winery located in the Barolo hills of the Langhe, south of Alba, in the Piedmont region of northwestern Italy. Mario Fontana is a neighbour and cousin of the great Bartolo Mascarello. It is a region of rare majestic beauty, with castle-topped vine-covered hills that look down on each other over steep, plunging valleys. Vines have been grown here for at least six generations. The traditional grape varieties of Langhe, Dolcetto, Barbera and Nebbiolo are grown to produce a range of prestigious wines that are the purest expression of the land from which they were born, Langhe.
Established at the foot of the Andes since 1902, Nicolas Catena 's Bodega Catena Zapata perpetuates the tradition of great Argentine wines in the Mendoza region, aided by the best quality terroir in the country.
Now spearheading biodynamic farming in New Zealand and a symbol of excellence, Cullen was the first to believe in the potential of the Margaret River terroirs.
It is on the atoll of Rangiroa in the Tuamotu archipelago, in the heart of the South Pacific, that Dominique Auroy's precious Vin de Tahiti is produced. White and rosé Tahitian wines, with a unique identity, freshness and remarkable aromas reminiscent of the local coral... An ultra original gift!
The treasures of Egon Muller; the undisputed master of the German Mosel.
Elio Sandri owns 8 hectares of vineyards in Piedmont at Monforte d'Alba on the famous Disa hill on blue marl soils. A magical terroir planted with Nebbiolo, Barbera and Dolcetto. The production of the estate is unfortunately limited, around 3500 bottles depending on the vintage and distribution in France is very rare... The vinification is very traditional, with the minimum of interventions, with macerations in concrete vats to bring out the fruit as much as possible. Fermentations are carried out with indigenous yeasts and the wine is aged for a very long time, at least 60 months for the Riserva vintage! Elio Sandri's Barolo wines are fascinating to taste, lovers of elegant and refined wines will be won over, black fruits, dried flowers and spices harmonise, great wines of terroir and emotion with an immense capacity for ageing, and at prices that are still very reasonable..
A few drops of the immense Giuseppe Mascarello... One of the greatest names in Piedmont and in particular in Barolo...
The famous Henriques & Henriques estate (7 only on the island) has the particularity of having 11 hectares (only) in property in order to control the incoming quality even better. And this only for the white grape varieties: Sercial, Verdelho and Terrantez.
The sublime and rare wonders of the Aosta Valley by Fabien Bonnet and Stefania Galimberti..
Founded by Don Rafael López de Heredia y Landeta at the end of the 19th century, López de Heredia is the heir to a long tradition that continues and grows thanks to the effort, passion and commitment of a family.
Located in the municipality of Barolo, Luciano, together with his brother Luca, produces some of the greatest wines of Piedmont. A former cellar master at the Marchesi di Barolo Cooperative, Luciano managed to acquire a hectare in the famous "Cannubi Boschis".
Marie-Thérèse Chappaz - The rare nectars of the Queen of Valais...
All the elegance and delicacy of the wines of the Bekaa Valley in Lebanon...
Montevertine is a superb estate with 18 hectares of vineyards in the Chianti region of Radda between Florence and Siena. Martino Manetti carries on the work of his father Sergio with the same traditional approach and delivers great wines with great ageing potential, among the best Sangiovese of all Tuscany, such as the masterpiece of the estate, the famous Pergole Torte..
A vineyard on the water...
Philippe Darioli - Purity of fruit and elegance
Domaine La Colombe - Raymond Paccot - Biodynamics and great precision
Discover the quintessence of the Valais with the best of the famous Swiss wine productions of the late Simon Maye.
Rino Sottimano took over the estate in 1975. His son Andrea joined him in 1994 along with Elena and Claudia. The vineyard is located in the heart of the superb Barbaresco terroirs and the Cotta, Currà, Fausoni, Pajorè and Basarin crus and now covers 18 hectares.
Eben Sadie produces some of the best wines in South Africa in the Swartland region. Recognised throughout the southern wine hemisphere, he strives to make each vintage as accurate and humble as nature can give it.
The Pedro Ximenez of the Toro Albala Estate are located in Aguilar de la Frontera, 50 km from Cordoba. Antonio Sanchez Romero is the maker of these unique, handcrafted jewels. He is renowned as a great oenologist who has brought Montilla-Moriles wines to light with his unique wine maturation processes. Meditation wines to discover...
Le domaine toscan d'Elisabetta Foradori offre des vins élégants et soyeux, issus de terroirs situés entre 250m et 650m d'altitude. Ampeleia retrouve la finesse et les arômes d'orange sanguine des vins de Foradori.
Créé en 1906 par la famille Manin, le domaine Casa Bianca fut repris en 1978 par la famille Palla. Les 30 hectares de la propriété se nichent sur la commune de Venegazzù dans le cœur historique de l’appellation Prosecco. Venegazzù se situe à quelques encablures des célèbres communes de Asolo, Conegliano et Valdobbiadene. C’est au pied de la colline Montello, sur des sols argileux riches en fer, que sont plantées les vignes de Glera bénéficiant de la DOCG Asolo Prosecco Superiore.