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Casablanca Valley is hugely influenced by its proximity to the cool breezes which blow in of the chilly Pacific Ocean. The vineyard soils are alluvial in origin, with sandy textures, high permeability, whose shallow depth restricts yield. These cooler temperatures and poor soils, in consequence, give great character in both
1989 saw the official recognition of Arneis di Roero as a DOC wine. The grapes for Alasia Roero Arneis are sourced from vineyards on the Langhe hills in the Piemonte region. The vineyards have a south westerly aspect and are situated at altitudes between 200m and 300m above sea level.
At almost 5,000 feet elevation in the Andean foothills, the Adrianna vineyard's calcareous soils and cool climate are the promised land of Chardonnay. The fruit from the Adrianna vineyard has a purity of flavors and a minerality that is particular to this vineyard and can not be found anywhere else
The Torrontes and Riesling grapes were grown on the Finca San Isidoro vineyards. These are located in the Cafayate Valley in the very heart of the Calchaqui Valley, distinguished for being the highest wine region in the world. The climate here is very dry, with just 150mm of rain in
With 230 grower members across 690ha of vineyard Araldica have access to great quality Moscato Bianco. The vineyard area for DOCG wines stretches from the hillsides and right bank of the Tanaro river, including the Langhe, to the Alto Monferrato. Araldica is situated in the Monferrato hills where Moscato thrives.
Produced from Cortese grapes cultivated in vineyards on the Monferrato hills in the South of the province of Asti, Piemonte. The vineyards are southwest facing and situated at altitudes of between 250 and 400m. The Piemonte low Guyot trellis system is used for the vines, which grow in a limestone-clay
Soft pressing, cold fermentation in stainless steel tanks for three weeks. Racked of fermentation lees and kept on secondary lees for four months before bottling. Dry, unwooded, crisp, medium-bodied white wine.
70% of this wine underwent fermentation in stainless steel tanks for three weeks. Racked of primary lees and kept on secondary lees for 7 months before bottling. 30% of the wine was fermented and matured in second- and third-fill 300 litre French oak barrels for 7 months, before being blended
Created from a blend of Ugni Blanc and Colombard sourced from Pays des Côtes de Gascogne. Vines are trained using the Guyot system and machine harvested. On delivery to the cellar the grapes are cooled by gas (CO2) followed by maceration pelliculaire 5-15 hours, pneumatic pressing and debourbage à froid.
The Bellefontaine range has established an international reputation for consistent quality and value. Every year Boutinot winemakers select only quality parcels of wine from different estates and producers, each contributing key components to the finished blend. The goal is to create a range of wines of consistent quality that are
Grapes are grown in the steep, slatey soils of the Mosel, Saar and Ruwer. After careful picking and selection, the grapes are fermented in 1000L oak Fuder and stainless steel tanks - blended later to add complexity. The wine rests on its fine lees for a few months before bottling.
Following an experiment with a micro cuvée crafted from seven barrels back in 2009, we now source grapes from selected vineyards in the southern Rhône. Each parcel is picked separately in the cooler early daylight hours for gentle pressing that same morning, and each is fermented at a low temperature.
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