Mendoza, located in the western part of Argentina, on the foothills and high planes of the Andes, is the country’s most renowned wine region. In this unique region lie the highest vineyards in the world, between 900 and 1,500 meters above the sea level. Malbec and other varietals such as Cabernet Sauvignon and Syrah prosper on chalky soil with cool winds under a dry and sunny sky.  

El Cortejo Sauvignon Blanc

Big Game Malbec Syrah

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South Australia is the most important federal state for the Australian viticulture, where about half of the Australian wines are produced. It is also the region of the renowned wine producing area Barossa Valley. To the most important grape varietals count Shiraz, Cabernet Sauvignon and Chardonnay. Besides, some of the oldest Shiraz vineyards of the world are cultivated in Australia.

Cacadu Ridge Semillon Chardonnay

Cacadu Ridge Bin 4 Cabernet Sauvignon, Petit Verdot

Gurra Gurra Creek Shiraz ​

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The wine-growing area Rhône counts to the most important ones in France which produces yearly more than 2.5 million hl of AOC wines. Red grape varieties cover most of the Rhône with Syrah as the most significant variety, especially from northern Rhône in terms of quality. 

Cycliste Côtes du Rhône Villages

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In northern Greece lies the wine-growing region Macedonia with 7,000 ha vine area, where many indigenous and international varieties are cultivated. The region Naoussa, the best known cultivation area of North Greece, has a large concentration of the red grape variety Xinomavro, an important grape that prosper in the chill climate.

Pezoules Sauvignon Blanc Assyrtiko

Pezoules Merlot Xinomavro

Italy

Levante Rosso

Italy - Piedmont

The Piedmont region is located in the foothills of the Alps and is the home of more DOCG wines than
any other Italian region, among them the famous DOCG Barolo and Barbaresco made from the Nebbiolo grape variety. The climate have distinctive seasons with hot, dry summers, cold winters, and temperate springs and autumns with occasional fog during harvest time.

Villaforte Barolo

In Abruzzo, vines are cultivated on chalky loamy soils. The viticulture near to the coast enjoys a warm to dry climate while the vineyards in the foothills prosper in a little chiller climate. The highest vineyards lie about 600 meters above the sea level. In Abruzzo, there are three main grape varieties
cultivated; Montepulicano, Sangiovese and Trebbiano. The best known wines of the region are Montepulciano d’Abruzzo and Trebbiano d’Abruzzo.

Il Conte Montepulciano d´Abruzzo

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Italy - Apulia

Apulia known as the heel of Italy, is the third largest vine grown region of the country. The location, the warm and dry climate are ideal for red wines. The grape varieties that dominate in the region are Primitivo and Negroamaro while other varieties like Sangiovese, Malvasia Nera and Chardonnay also provide good quality wines.

Mauro Chardonnay

Gran Mauro Primitivo

Mauro Primitivo

Palazzo Mio Rosso

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Chocolate Tube Primitivo Alberello

Crudo Negroamaro Rosato

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Chunky Red Zinfandel

Mammoth Zinfandel

Il Nostro Rosso

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Allegro Primitivo

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Allegro Rosato

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Allegro Chardonnay

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Big Boys Zinfandel

Da Sergio Rosso

 

 

Italy - Sicily

The island of Sicily is the biggest vine-growing region of Italy. The best known and popular red grape variety is Nero d’Avola, which is cultivated all over Sicily and is often blended with Cabernet Sauvignon, Syrah and Merlot. The most important white grape variety is Catarratto. The vines prosper predominately on volcanic soil with hot and dry climate. Due to its favorable stable climate and terroir, Sicily has optimal conditions for organic grape farming. 

Manifesto Nero d'Avola

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Raccolto Nero d'Avola Cabernet Sauvignon

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Palazzo Mio Grillo​

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Il Nostro Grecanico

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Crudo Catarratto Zibibbo​

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The Yoga Syrah Nero d´Avola
Cabernet Sauvignon

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Da Sergio Inzolia Chardonnay

Crudo Nero d´Avola Cabernet Sauvignon

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Italy - Tuscany

Tuscany, which lies on the Tyrrhenian Sea, is one of the most famous wine-growing regions of Italy, being home to wine classifications like Chianti Classico, Brunello di Montalcino and the “Super Toscans”. A big part of the vines cultivated are on the hillside, on heights between 100 and 500 metres above the sea level and prosper with the Mediterranean climate. The leading grape variety Sangiovese is the most important variety for Chianti and used exclusively in Brunello di Montalcino wines. 

Il Proprio Vermentino

Poggio Nero Brunello di Montalcino

Poggio Nero Sangiovese​

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Castel Rosso Governo

Italy - Umbria

The wine-growing area Umbria lies in the interior of Italy and resembles in many respects Tuscany. The biggest part of the vines are cultivated in the rather hilly region with chalky clay and sandy soil. Sangiovese is the most important red grape and the region´s white popular grapes varieties are Grechetto Bianco, Trebbiano Toscana (Procanico) and Verdello. 

Il Proprio Sangiovese

Italy - Veneto

Veneto in northern Italy produces 20% of the Italian DOC wines. Therefore, the region is valid one of the most important wine regions of the country, being home to wines like Amarone della Valpolicella, Valpolicella Ripasso Superiore and the sparkling Prosecco. The important area Valpolicella produces
red wines of all categories and qualities. In general, the vines prosper on stony, chalky soil. 

Mauro Prosecco Brut

La Prua Appassimento

Campo Alto Valpolicella Ripasso​

Raccolto Corvina

Crudo Prosecco

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Castelmare Amarone della Valpolicella Classico

Western Cape in South Africa is home to the famous wine districts Stellenbosch, Paarl and Elgin. The sandstone hills dominate in this area and offer optimum conditions on red and white wine, while the subsoil at the vineyard vary from limestone to sandy soil. South Africa is recognized as the home region of the red grape variety Pinotage and renowned for crispy Chenin Blanc wines.

Umbala Chenin Blanc

Umbala Grand Reserve

South Africa - Coastal Region

The Coastal Region, within the Western Cape district, is considered the heart of the South African wine industry. Climatic influences comes from both the ocean and the mountains, with soil variations from limestone to clay providing a range of grape varietals cultivated from Pinotage and Chenin Blanc to Cabernet Sauvignon, Shiraz, Malbec as well as Semillon and Sauvignon Blanc to name a few.

Escapades Sauvignon Blanc

Escapades Semillon Sauvignon Blanc

Escapades Semillon 

Escapades Cabernet Sauvignon Shiraz Malbec

Escapades Pinotage

Escapades Pinotage Rosé

Castilla is the biggest coherent vine-growing area of the world. It encloses two independent regions Castilla la Mancha and Castilla Leon. Castilla la Mancha is with 200,000 ha and more than 300 wineries the biggest wine-growing region of Spain. The vines cultivated there prosper on sandy and clay soil with continental climate.

Via Del Campo Rosado

ORGANIC

California is the biggest and most important wine region of the United States. The leading grape varieties are for the white Chardonnay and Colombard and for the red Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Zinfandel and Pinot Noir. California is famous for its full-bodied Cabernet Sauvignon from Napa, its oaky Chardonnays from Sonoma and the powerful Zinfandels from the sub-region of Lodi.

Mega Zin Zinfandel​

Cocoon Zinfandel

Mauro Americano Zinfandel Reserve

Denim Zinfandel

The City Runner Cabernet Sauvignon

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