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    Château Latour-Martillac

    Château Latour-Martillac

    • Wines: LATOUR-MARTILLAC Rouge 2006
    Château Latour-Martillac, previously Château La Tour-Martillac and known as Kressmann La Tour, is a Bordeaux wine from the Pessac-Léognan appellation, rated a Classed Growth in the 1953 Classification of Graves wine. The winery is located in the central part of France’s Bordeaux wine region Graves, in the commune of Martillac. The winery has produced a red second wine named Lagrave Martillac since 1986, and a dry white since 1990. A small fortified castle from the 12th century existed until the French Revolution, leaving only behind the tower that gives the estate its name. Viticulture first began in the 19th century when the land was attached to the estate of Château La Brède, birthplace of Montesquieu. Under the ownership of Monsieur Charropin, the estate took the identity of Latour-Martillac, but the wine it produced was not noted as remarkable until the involvement of Edward Kressmann. A German wine trader, he became gradually more involved in the vinification from when he first began distributing Latour-Martillac, until he acquired the estate in 1929. Following the death of the owner, Kressmann faced the risk of losing a wine that had been a favourite of his clients for
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    Solomon Hills Vineyard

    • Wines: 2006 Tantara "Solomon Hills Vineyard" Santa Maria Valley Pinot Noir
    Solomon Hills Vineyards is a premium quality vineyard located in Santa Maria, CA. Solomon Hills Vineyards is the most recently developed vineyard in the portfolio of vineyards and wineries that the Miller family have produced in the Central Coast. The close proximity to the Miller family Bien Nacido Vineyards has allowed a synergy to exist between the two vineyards, producing outstanding results from each. Developed in the late 1990's, it didn't take long for both wineries and wine critics alike to take notice of the quality of the fruit coming out of Solomon Hills Vineyards. Within a few short years the demand for the fruit far exceeded the supply. The famed wine critic Robert Parker Jr. rated a 2002 wine sourcing fruit from Solomon Hills the highest score he has ever awarded a Pinot Noir in the Santa Maria Valley.
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    Deaver Vineyard

    • Wines: 2005 Montevina "Terra d'Oro, 100 Year Old Vines, Deaver Vineyard" California Shenendoah Valley Zinfandel
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    Marimar Estate

    Marimar Estate

    Marimar Estate is a Californian winery located in Sonoma County, owned by Marimar Torres, the sister of Miguel A. Torres, President of Bodegas Torres. In 1986 Marimar Torres embarked on a project to plant a 60-acre (240,000 m) vineyard on the western hills of DO Russian River Valley, in Green Valley AVA, sub-appellation of Sonoma County, very close to the Pacific: with a cold microclimate that is suitable for Chardonnay and Pinot Noir. The vineyard is called Don Miguel, after her father, Miguel Torres Carbó, who oversaw the worldwide expansion of the Torres family business. Of the vineyards 60 acres 30 are planted with Chardonnay and the other 30 with Pinot Noir. The Doña Margarita vineyard, named after Marimar’s mother, was planted in 2002 in the Freestone Valley of the Sonoma Coast AVA. Although the estate has 180 acres (0.73 km), only 12 of these have been earmarked for vines and planted with Pinot Noir. A large area of the estate remains uncultivated with wildlife and indigenous plant species. At the Sonoma vineyard, the estate utilizes traditional Mediterranean viticultural practices, such as a vertical trellis for the vines, the choice of rootstocks that are more resistant to
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    Coriole

    Coriole Vineyards is a winery located in the Seaview District in the McLaren Vale region of South Australia. Coriole was established by the Lloyd family in 1968, and now exports wine to the USA, Canada and various countries in Europe and Asia. They produce red wines from grape varieties such as Cabernet Sauvignon, Shiraz, Sangiovese, Nebbiolo and Barbera. Their range of whites is made from grapes such as Chenin blanc, Fiano and Semillon. The business also sells olive oil, balsamic vinegar, and local cheeses. The original house and barn were built around 1860, while the Shiraz vineyard was planted in 1919. In 1962, after several changes in ownership, Coriole was sold to John Snell, who established Australia's first organic winery, Chateau Ban Sante, and built a small winery, which forms the basis of the existing modern winery. In 1968 the property was bought by Hugh and Molly Lloyd who released the first Coriole label vintage in 1970, with the help of winemaker Graeme Stevens. In 1985 Coriole pioneered the introduction of the Italian Sangiovese grape variety into Australia.
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    French Camp Vineyard

    • Wines: 2005 Summerland "French Camp Vineyard" Paso Robles Zinfandel
    French Camp Vineyards is a vineyard in Paso Robles California, U.S.A. which is in the Paso Robles AVA. Originally, the French Camp land was part of the San Juan Ranch. Over time, The San Juan Ranch was split into a number of parcels including the French Camp area, which became a part of the Camatta Ranch. The Miller family purchased The Camatta Ranch property in 1968, believing that it could be developed to various crops including wine grapes. They leased parts of it out for a few years while they gathered information as to climate, soils, and water for irrigation. Initially, 200 acres (0.8 km) were planted to wine grapes in 1973. The French Camp operation is a team effort among the people who have grown the grapes, those that have managed its business affairs, those that have sold the production (whether it was grapes or cuttings), and those that have done strategic planning for future growth. These team members include Hank Ashby, Vineyard Manager, Debbie Strange, the Office Manager, James Ontiveros, grape salesman, members of the Miller family, who own French Camp Vineyards, and Chon. Working together, this group has grown French Camp to over 1,700 acres (7 km). In cooperation
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    Paul's Vineyard

    • Wines: 2004 Shenendoah Vineyards "ReZerve®, Paul's Vineyard" California Shenendoah Valley Reserve Zinfandel
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    Barkan Wine Cellars

    Barkan Wine Cellars (Hebrew: יקבי ברקן‎) is the second largest Israeli winery, producing 5-9 million bottles a year. The main building of the winery is located at Kibbutz Hulda, east of Tel Aviv. Barkan receives grapes from vineyards in the Golan Heights, Upper Galilee, Lower Galilee, Mount Tabor region, the Jerusalem Mountains and Mitzpe Ramon. In 1899, Shlomo Friedman established the Friedman Winery in Petah Tikva to produce sweet Kiddush wine and brandy for the Jewish community in Palestine. Shlomo's son, Bezalel, took over the business and moved to Kiryat Matalon, Petah-Tikva's industrial zone, then a desolate sand dune. In 1964, the winery was acquired by Tnuva, which supplied the grapes, mainly Alicante and Carignane. The winery's name was changed to Tnuva-Friedman. In 1971 Tnuva sold the winery to the Stock liqueur company, which produced mainly brandy, vodka, liqueurs, vermouth, and other non-wine alcoholic beverages. The winery in Petah Tikva was renamed Hamartef (The Cellar), and began producing wines from better grape varieties such as Cabernet Sauvignon, and Sauvignon Blanc. In 1988, Stock built a new winery near the Israeli settlement of Ariel, in the Barkan Industrial
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    Château Hosanna

    • Wines: Château Hosanna 2005 Pomerol
    Château Hosanna, formerly Château Certan-Giraud, is a Bordeaux wine from the appellation Pomerol. The winery is located on the Right Bank of the Bordeaux wine region, in the commune of Pomerol in the department Gironde. As all wine produced in this appellation, Château Hosanna is unclassified, but Certan-Giraud has historically been estimated among the great crus of the region. The property is situated south of Château Lafleur, west of Château Pétrus and north of Vieux Château Certan. Sharing its origin with Vieux Château Certan and Château Certan-de-May, the estate was once part of the original Certan property, belonging to the de May family before the French Revolution. For a period, the wine was sold as Château Certan-Marzelle, until it was acquired by the Giraud family in 1956, and was renamed Certan-Giraud. The estate was included into the portfolio of Établissements Jean-Pierre Moueix when it was acquired by Christian Moueix in 1999, at which point the Giraud family asked that the Giraud name no longer be used. Considering renaming it Château Certan, Moueix consulted with the neighboring properties also bearing the Certan name, and while the Thienponts at Vieux Château Certan
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    Quinta do Porrais 2006

    • Wines: Quinta do Porrais 2006
    Red wine from the Douro Valley, The Quinta is owned by António Bernardo Ferreira, the son of Dona Antónia Adelaide Ferreira and is still in the family. Francisco Olazabal is the current Enologist.
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    Rue Vineyard

    • Wines: 2004 Carol Shelton "KarmaZin, Old Vines-Rue Vineyard" Russian River Valley Zinfandel
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    L’Azienda Agricola Renato Fenocchio

    • Wines: Renato Fenocchio 2005 Barbera d’Alba Elena
    The Fenocchio family settled in the Barbaresco region of northwestern Italy at the turn of the eighteenth century.  For four generations, Fenocchios have tilled the earth, cultivated grapes and hand-crafted beautiful wines - the land becoming apart of the family.  In 1993, the Fennochio family vineyards in Nieve, Italy were turned over to Renato and his wife Milva.  Much like his forefathers, Renato Fennochio carries on the winemaking traditions unique to the region and the family.  The Agricola Fennochio vineyards now stretch over eleven hectares in the rolling hills of the Langa region.   Their Barbaresco, Neive and Treiso grapes benefit from diverse soil composition and sun exposure.  The variety allows for flexibility in determining which grapes are best suited to make into wine come harvest season.  Not only do they have some of the best vineyards in the Barbaresco region, including parcels adjacent to Angelo Gaja’s, the family does all of the work themselves by hand.
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    Château Latour

    Château Latour

    • Wines: 1966 Chateau Latour Grand Vin
    Château Latour is a French wine estate, rated as a First Growth under the 1855 Bordeaux Classification. Latour lies at the very southeastern tip of the commune of Pauillac in the Médoc region to the north-west of Bordeaux, at its border with Saint-Julien, and only a few hundred metres from the banks of the Gironde estuary. The estate produces three red wines in all. In addition to its Grand vin, Latour has also produced the second wine Les Forts de Latour since 1966, and a third wine, simply named Pauillac, has been released every year since 1990. An impériale (six-litre bottle) of Château Latour sold for £135,000 in 2011. The site has been occupied since at least 1331 when Tor à Saint-Lambert was built by Gaucelme de Castillon, and the estate dating to at least 1378. A garrison fort was built 300 metres from the estuary to guard against attack during the Hundred Years' War. The tower, the name mutating with time to La Tour en Saint-Mambert and Saint-Maubert, gave its name to the estate around the fortress and was in English hands until the Battle of Castillon in 1453, and its complete destruction by the forces of the King of France. The original tower no longer exists, but in the
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    Clos Pepe Vineyard

    • Wines: 2006 Brewer-Clifton "Clos Pepe Vineyard" Santa Rita Hills Pinot Noir
    Clos Pepe is a family-owned vineyard set in the heart of the Santa Rita Hills of Santa Barbara County, California. Of the 29 acres planted in vines, 25 acres are planted in Pinot Noir, and 4 acres in Chardonnay.
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    Bien Nacido Vineyard

    • Wines: 2006 Tantara "Adobe, Bien Nacido Vineyard" Santa Maria Valley Pinot Noir
    Bien Nacido Vineyards is cool-climate vineyard on the central coast of California. Located midway up the Santa Maria Valley, it is known for growing Burgundian and Rhone varieties of wine grapes. Bien Nacido has the distinction of being one of the major viticultural nurseries in the state for certified, varietal budwood. Most of the vines were originally from stock grown by the University of California at Davis. While the average increase block in California is less than 10 acres (40,000 m), Bien Nacido Vineyards has several hundred acres of certified Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, Merlot and a number of other varieties. Much of the Chardonnay planted in California in the last twenty years began as Bien Nacido Vineyards cuttings. Bien Nacido Vineyards does not produce its own wine. It does allow certain independent winemakers to make their wine on the vineyard. There are two winemaking facilities on the property, one of which is leased to Bob Lindquist of Qupe Winery and Jim Clendenen of Au Bon Climat Winery and the other is leased to Carlos A. Coelho and Bill Cates of Tantara Winery, The vineyard traces its roots back to 1837, when Tomas Olivera received the two square league Rancho
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    Eyrie Vineyards

    Eyrie Vineyards

    • Wines: 2006 Eyrie Vineyards Pinot noir
    The Eyrie Vineyards is an American winery in Oregon that consists of 49 acres (20 ha) in several different vineyards in the Willamette Valley. The vineyards and winery were established by owner and winemaker David Lett, who produced the first Pinot gris in the United States. Against the advice of viticultural professors at the University of California, Davis, Lett and his wife, Diana, moved to Oregon to plant Pinot noir in 1965. They founded Eyrie Vineyards in 1966, and their first vintage was 1970. The 1975 Eyrie Vineyards Reserve Pinot Noir won tenth place among Pinot noirs in blind tasting at the Wine Olympics in 1979. Burgundy winemaker Robert Drouhin organized a re-match at Maison Joseph Drouhin in France. The 1975 Eyrie Vineyards Reserve won second place, losing to Drouhin's 1959 Chambolle-Musigny by only two tenths of a point. Drouhin later purchased land in Oregon and built Domaine Drouhin Oregon. Over the years, David Lett (known locally as "Papa Pinot") maintained a light-handed style of Pinot noir that did not follow the trend toward greater flavor, tannin, and color extraction, believing color not to be an indicator of quality in Pinot noir. This put him at odds with
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    Hayne

    • Wines: 2004 S.E. Chase Family "Hayne Vineyard" St. Helena Zinfandel
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    La Romanée

    La Romanée

    La Romanée is an Appellation d'origine contrôlée (AOC) and Grand Cru vineyard for red wine in the Côte de Nuits subregion of Burgundy, with Pinot Noir as the main grape variety. It is situated within the commune of Vosne-Romanée and is a monopole of the winery Comte Liger-Belair. La Romanée borders on Romanée-Conti downslope in the east, AuxReignots upslope in the west, La Grande Rue in the south, and Richebourg in the north. The AOC was created in 1936. Comprising an area of just 0.845 hectares (2.09 acres), La Romanée is the smallest Grand Cru in Burgundy and the smallest AOC in France. "The slope is more marked (12%), the soil less clayey than La Romanée-Conti. A rendzina resting on Premeaux limestone and oolite, with brown calcareous soil in the upper part. Little soil, pebbly" The soil structure is similar to Romanée-Conti, a fine sand-clay mixture "feeble in the sand fraction, mixed with pebbles, based on a friable Prémeaux limestone. The depth of surface soil is much less" "Very elegant ... fleshy ... very persistent, aromatic with the aromas of cherry, black berries (like blackcurrant or blackberry), spices and undergrowth. When this wine evolves, it is completed by notes
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    Pocai

    • Wines: 2003 Ballentine "Block 9, Pocai Vineyard" Napa Valley Estate Reserve Zinfandel
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