Ferngrove – Australia

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.

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Assuli Winery – Sicily

Roberto Caruso, the owner of Assuli, is a proper Sicilian; he loves his Region and he is part of a tradition that linked his family for generations to agriculture and the countryside. With a DOC

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Barramundi – Australia

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.

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Chateau Ramage La Batisse – France

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

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Adega Cooperativa de Redondo – Portugal

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.

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VyF Wines – Chile

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.

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