There is no mistaking a bottle of GAJA. With those instantly recognizable black and white labels, Gaja is the brand which put Barbaresco on the wine lover's radar and has winos digging deep into their pockets just to afford themselves a sip of one of the world’s most prestigious and…

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The name Donnafugata, translated as “woman in flight” refers to the history of Queen Maria Carolina, wife of Ferdinand IV of Bourbon, who in the early 1800s, fled Naples to escape Napoleons troops and sought refuge in the part of Sicily where the winery’s vineyards now stand. This event inspired…

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Carpineto takes its name from the Greek - Carpos, meaning fruit. The modern day winery was founded in 1967 and ever since, the partnership between cofounders Giovanni Carlo Sacchet and Antonio Mario Zaccheo has developed an award winning, international reputation for consistently elegant wines with unmatched intensity and extract. The…

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Bisol Prosecco

Prosecco is the grape variety used to make Italy's most famous sparkling wine of the same name from the region of Veneto in the countrys North East and the Bisol family have been producing the regions finest for over 5 centuries. Today the vineyards of the Bisol family totals 125…

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Antinori is currently led by Marchese Piero Antinori, the latest of 26 generations to run the family business. In the latter half of the 20th Century Antinori has made a significant impact, both on the domestic scene and on the international market. They have been innovators in the development of…

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