ESSAY ( - South Africa) ESSAY WINES consists of 2 blended wines produced in a Mediterranean style representing what we believe to be the best from our area, the Agter-Paarl. Our vineyards are unirrigated and planted on old Malmesbury shale soils producing wines with distinctive
ATLANTIQUE (Loire - France) Vineyards along the banks of the river Loire are cooled by Atlantic Ocean breezes and produce some of the world’s finest Sauvignon Blanc and Cabernet Franc grapes.
ELYSE WINERY (Napa - California) Winemaking is cooking without a flame. Our winemaking philosophy at Elyse in Napa Valley is similar to the approach of a great chef who carefully prepares artisan grown ingredients to bring each layer of flavor to the table. Long term alliances with our g
NORTH GATE VINEYARD (Virginia - Virginia) North Gate Vineyard is owned and operated by Mark and Vicki Fedor. We started in 1997 by caring for a few neglected grape vines on the North Gate property we had just purchased. That small effort has led us down a path which we are still walking.
GREYWACKE (Marlborough - New Zealand) This quality focused winemaking venture sources fruit from mature vineyards within the central Wairau Plains and the Southern Valleys. These prime viticultural sites are cultivated using yield restricting vineyard management techniques and intense canopy
FERNLANDS Sauvignon Blanc (Marlborough - New Zealand) Marisco was selected as the New Zealand winery of the year in 2011 by the IWSC in London. The Marris family are descendants of William de Marisco (approximately 1100 AD), who was said to be one of the 35 illegitimate children of King Henry the First. They
MOHUA Sauvignon Blanc (Marlborough - New Zealand) An elegant expression of the world-renowned Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc, its grapes are sourced from three premier Wairau Valley sub-regions, bringing distinct and consistent characteristics to every vintage.
GROVER ZAMPA ( - India) Our passion for wine and respect for traditions have made the dream of Premium Indian Wines come true. The history starts from the 1960s with Kanwal Grover, father of Indian viticulture, and is being enriched with every generation.