Raymond Usseglio et Fils

Currently managed by Stephane Usseglio, he is 3rd generation of the family to work in the domaine. The estate founded in 1931 by Francis Usseglio, now farms around 30 hectares of vineyards spread between Chateauneuf du Pape, Cotes du Rhone, Lirac and Ventoux, all certified organic and biodynamic.

In the Chateauneuf du Pape appellation the domaine owns over 33 parcels of vines farmed in a diversity of soils and exposures (sand and pebbles), and a considerable amount are grown in the famous "La Crau" lieux dit.

Most of the wines are produced with fruit from very old vines, with the Chateauneuf du Pape Cuvee Imperiale being made exclusively from vines that are over 100 years old.

Every Chateauneuf cuvee has its own identity, and different methods of fermentation and elevage, varying between cement, barrels, demi muids and terracotta amphoras.

Stephane also produce a unique Chateauneuf Blanc made from 100% Roussane and a rare Chateauneuf Blanc made from 100% Clairette only bottled in magnums.

The domaine is considered one of the best of the appellation, producing exceptional wines in every vintage.

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Rose & Arrow

Founded in 2012 by the film producer Mark Tarlov, who started Evening Land and Chapter 24 Wines, Rose & Arrow was developed with the help of the terroir specialist Pedro Parra, and Louis Michel Liger Belair as a consultant winemaker. The wines are produced in very small quantities and segregated by soil composition.
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Located in Santenay, in the Côte de Beaune, the Domaine Jessiaume is in the heart of the Burgundy wine region. 15 hectares of vines are spread over the communes of Beaune, Pommard, Volnay, Auxey-Duresses and Santenay.

After the acquisition of the domaine by Dr Bigot, they have converted to organic viticulture and the use of gentle methods to achieve a high level of quality the domaine interfere as little as possible on the wines and favor as much as possible the work by gravity, the natural clarification and the use of low doses of sulfites.

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Bodegas Benjamin de Rothschild & Vega Sicilia produces two wines: Macán and Macán Clásico.
The philosophy is to offer a modern and particular vision of the productions of Rioja following the Bordeaux model of first and second wine.
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One of the most famous producer of the noble Tokaji wines, Oremus was acquired by the Alvarez family (Vega Sicilia) in 1993.
Nowadays the estate farms around 115 ha of vines, and produces a range of lovely dry and sweet wines.
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Morgen Long

After having worked in Central Otago, Oregon, California and Burgundy, Seth established Morgen Long in 2014 with a single plot of Chardonnay. His focus in single vineyard, single variety instigated the curiosity of wine enthusiasts and wine critics alike, and he quickly became a hit.

His wines are made in a clear similarity with Burgundian Chardonnay, using techniques in the cellar that are common to Coche Dury and Jean Marc Roulot, among other top Burgundy Chardonnay experts.

Tiny production, single vineyard specific cuvee’s make these wines to look out for.

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Established in 2002 in Roccatederighi, a medieval town in the province of Grosseto (Tuscan Coast), Ampeleia is managed by a group of young people including Elisabetta Foradori and Marco Tait, who took the reins when he was just 22.
The 40 hectares of vineyards of Ampeleia are certified organic and cultivated biodynamically. A model of biodiversity, they are planted on three different levels of altitude varying from 200 to 600 meters above sea level.
The character of Ampeleia has its roots in Cabernet Franc, the grape variety that best expresses the identity of the terroirs, while at the same time telling its story.
Apart from Cabernet Franc, other varietals are used to produce the range of wines from Ampeleia, including Alicante (Grenache), Mourvedre, Carignano, Sangiovese and Alicante Bouschet.
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Joannes Violot Guillemard

Joannes Violot Guillemard is a promissing wine grower with an extensive range of Pommard 1er crus, that is gaining a lot of attention from the specialized critics and wine lovers.
The 6th generation to take over the domaine, brought a new style to the estate, a more perfumed, lifted and elegant wine.
Vineyards are grown and certify organic.
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Fattoria le Fonti

Vito Arturo Imberti a Lumber Industry business man, originally from the province of Bergamo purchase Fattoria Le Fonti over 50 years ago.
Today his Children run the 140 hectares estate, of which 27ha are planted with vineyards, cultivated organically.

The wines are supervised by the renowned Paolo Caciorgna consultant winemaker, that is also responsible for Big names in Tuscany such as Altesino, Il Pallagio, Bocelli 1831, among others

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Pernot Belicard

Philippe is runing this small 6ha domaine in Puligny that is responsible for some really exciting bottles from the Aligote all the way to the top 1er crus from Puligny. One of the early pickers in the village, the wines are usually harvested by hand and pressed whole clusters, extracting some fine tannins that will allow them to develop and age in bottle.
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Mujaku is a very rare and premium vintage’s sake with high aging potential. Unlike other sake with limited ageing ability, Mujaku will gain complexity from bottle ageing, like a fine wine. With an annual production of only 1000 bottles, Mujaku is distributed only to private collectors and exclusive partners.
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Richard Rottiers

After leaving Chablis, Richard Rottiers traveled to gain winemaking experience is South Africa, New Zealand and the sourth of France.  Back to France he started his domaine in Beaujolais, purchasing very old vines in the Moulin a Vent appellation and converting to organic agriculture.

Today he owns 5ha of vines and makes fresh, pure and red fruit driven Beaujolais, with a good concentration and structure to evolve in bottle.

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