Craig Grafton – Chief Winemaker joined after roles with Pernod Ricard. Celebrating 20 years, Ferngrove Wines is one of the world’s most isolated wine estates. The remote location has fostered a pioneering spirit.
Barramundi’s fresh branding captures the real Australia – fun-loving, friendly and full of adventure. Appealing to young wine lovers, they capture the enjoyment of sharing in each bottle.
Hélène Durand, engineer and oenologist, rigorously selects from different Bordeaux appellations. The wines are fleshy, flattering, with very elegant, balanced and very harmonious tannins. Suitable for aging, they are at their optimum between the fifth and […]
Oenologist Pedro Hipólito, heads Adega Cooperativa de Redondo in producing fourteen million liters of wine per year, Appeciated by Japan‘s wine industry, the winery produces red (75%) to white (25%), and recently began producing rosés.
Belonging to the largest agricultural group in Chile, VyF produce 18 million bottles annually and are notably present in the Japan market. Angel Marchant‘s father was a winery Supervisor, and winemaking runs in his blood.
Fred Peacock is legendary for the care he bestows on the vines under his direction. Click here for the article about Beam’s success at the CWSA organisation
Chief Winemaker Peter Bauer, meticulously crafts estate grown popular Mornington Peninsula Chardonnay & Pinot Noir, alongside special varietals associated with their unique maritime environment.
Located in nature rich Neusiedlersee-Seewinkel National Park, Weingut Loos went organic in 2016. Ran with passion, winemaker Armin Loos focus’s on healthy grape production in harmony with nature.
Laetitia Billiot, fourth generation, carefullly produces in the Grand Cru Village of Ambonnay. As one of the first Grand Cru in Champagne, the land is famous for the richness of it’s Pinots noirs & Chardonnay.