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Ippolito 1845 - SATURDAY MAIN SPONSOR

With over 170 years of history, Ippolito is today the oldest winery in Calabria. Located in the historic center of Cirò Marina, the heart of Calabrian viticulture, the farm includes a 100-hectare agricultural estate, distributed between rolling hills and sunny plains near the Ionian Sea, in the classic Cirò area. The company mission has always been the recovery of traditions through the enhancement of native vines, the protection of the territory, intended as an ecosystem to defend and preserve.

 Through research in the vineyard and in the cellar, the use of innovative techniques, the direct control of all production processes, we seek in our wines the elegance, exclusivity and identity with our territory. A fascinating challenge addressed through absolute quality. Today the company can boast 15 labels on 4 continents, a result that more than any other confirms a significant entrepreneurial dynamism.

Contini - SUNDAY MAIN SPONSOR

Contini 1898 is the oldest winery in Sardinia, founded by Salvatore Contini. Located in the Sinis region, the winery has a rich heritage and produces a diverse range of wines for both Italian and international markets. In 2022, Contini inaugurated a newly renovated winery to enhance visitor experiences and serve as a meeting point. Their offerings include various wine lines, emphasizing quality and tradition, and they invite visitors to explore their philosophy through guided tours and tastings.

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Guasti & Co

In the immediate post – WWII period, Clemente Guasti funded a cellar to begin produce and sellthe most high quality wines from the core of Asti area, which is placed in Nizza Monferrato, one of the most important wine places on the Piedemont region. As a Great wine maker and innovator, his achievements already started on the first year of activity, reporting the origin of the grapes on the label of the wine bottle’s, this innovation had an important legacy on the intuition aimed at the world of Barbera, practically he began a precise indication linked to the concept of “cru”, referring to the importance and selections of owned vineyards. so thus was born the “Barbere di Cascina” which are still the pride of the House, bearing the name of Barbera d’Asti Superiore DOCG “Cascina Boschetto Vecchio”.

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English Oak

Building a respected wine brand requires a combination of creative talent, energy and teamwork, but above all, a passionate love of what we do and the wine we craft for you to enjoy.

Planted by Andrew and Sarah in 2007, English Oak is a boutique family vineyard, thriving in Dorset’s beautiful countryside. It’s foundation is a combination of Sarah’s experience in horticulture and green fingered love of growing, Andrew’s catering, marketing and business development background and in the formative years of the vineyard, the advice and wine crafting skill of highly respected winemaker Dermot Sugrue.

After studying viticulture at Plumpton College in Sussex, Andrew and Sarah acquired a perfect Dorset vineyard location and now combine that with the experience and winemaking talent of Marcus and Megan Rayner in the winery.

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79 North Ltd

Welcome to 79 North Ltd.

Importing Portuguese wines, for you and your customers to enjoy since 2016!

Supplying some of the very best Hotels, Restaurants & Independent Wine Stores throughout the UK
With over 250 indigenous grape varieties grown in 14 different regions, we will not be bringing you the wines that have been made popular by the supermarkets. Portugal has to be one of the most exiting places to discover new wines, so with this in mind we invite you to join us in un-earthing some of Portugal’s – “segredos mais bem guardados”

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Bewl Water Vineyard

Bewl Water Vineyard in Sussex abuts the largest body of fresh water in South East England and its gentle southerly slopes of Wadhurst clay create a unique growing environment and a frost-free microclimate.

Located within the High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the landscape retains its medieval character of small irregular-shaped fields and scattered farmsteads, often grazed by sheep or Sussex cattle. Bewl Water Vineyard has a long history of both fruit and hop farming – its oast house’s triple roundels still rotate in the warm winds.

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Château Laborde, Bordeaux Blanc

The Audubert Vineyard is above all a beautiful story of family, sharing and transmission.

Serge comes from a family of wine growers and after several experiences in this field, he acquired, with his wife Nathalie,  Château Laborde  in 1996.

In 2008, they took over the operation of  Château Champs de Lalande  in the Lalande de Pomerol appellation.

They were joined by their son, Vincent, also passionate about viticulture, in November 2014 and, together, created Château  de Cateau in Lussac St Emilion.

This family farm now covers 29 hectares.

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What makes “Les Vignerons du Terrassous” unique is that it has retained the soul of an artisan from the vine to the bottle.

Each plot benefits from the attention of a winegrower on his family farm. From pruning to harvest, he brings all his knowledge of the terroir and the plant to produce the best possible grapes. Unique know-how.

Accompanied by technical experts from “Terrassous”, he organizes his teams of harvesters according to the maturity of the plots. Upon entering the cellar, each grape variety is sent through a winemaking process to extract all the aromas of its terroir.

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Château de l'Anglais

Le domaine de l’Anglais is a small domain which cultivates a fine wine in the great tradition of Bordeaux wines. The estate is nestled in the heart of the hillsides of the AOC Puisseguin-St-Émilion soil.

Landmark in men’s memory, the cultivation of the vine has always been a family affair and a story of passion. Puisseguin-St-Émilion gets its name from a story dating back to the eighth century. A lieutenant of Charlemagne, named Seguin, fell under the charms of the woody hills of the region and decided to settle on the Puy located across the plateau of St-Émilion.

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Château Haut Barrail

Château Haut Barrail has been located in Bégadan since 1362.

Formerly called “La Maison de la Bernède”, this property constitutes one of the most beautiful vineyards in the Médoc.

Cyril’s family has owned Château Haut Barrail since 1987. Since then, a lot of restoration work has been carried out to give birth to the first vintage of Château Haut Barrail in 1995.

Winemakers from father to son, Cyril Gillet is the new generation of winegrowers in this family estate.

The vineyard grows on clay-limestone terroir and extends over 15 hectares planted with Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon.

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Dom La Navicelle

At the head of the operation, Romain is above all a passionate winegrower. After a great experience in a classified growth of Bordeaux and a renowned Provençal estate, he arrived at La Navicelle with the desire to magnify this exceptional terroir.

Accompanied in the vineyards by Abdesselam, a wine expert who closely follows the vine cycle. But also by Jean-Loup, who provides him with unfailing support in the cellar. And Jérome, supporting the technical coordination of the Domaine!

If you have passed through the doors of La Navicelle, there is no doubt you have met Luisa. A specialist in sustainable tourism and sommelier, she is passionate about wine tourism. As for Camille, it was on the field that you must have encountered her. In charge of marketing and communication, she is the ambassador of our wines. 

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Chateau Penin

The farm is family owned (purchased by Louis CARTEYRON and his son Jacques in 1855). For many years the production was divided between growing fruits, nectarines / peaches and producing wine.

In 1964 Hubert CARTEYRON, the father of Patrick, the current operator, began marketing Château Penin in bottles.

Patrick, represents the fifth generation. He took over the family property in 1982 after having worked as an oenologist and viticultural consultant for several years.

He finally abandoned fruit production to devote the entire 15 hectares of cultivable area, at the time, to wine production with a resolutely qualitative orientation.

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Chateau Haut Garriga

The BARREAU vineyard is a family estate passed down from generation to generation since 1782. Our two Château, Haut-Garriga and Coutreau, are located in the wine-growing Entre-deux-Mers area, 10km away from St Emilion and 30km from Bordeaux.

We are historic producers of white wines and we export wines to Europe since 30 years. Nowadays we manage 75 hectares of vines and produce 4 000 hL of wine for the Bordeaux and Entre-deux-Mers appellations.

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Chateau l'Argentier

Located in Sommières, at the heart of the Languedoc region, Château l’Argentier is run by Élisabeth & Francois JOURDAN.

With 24 hectares under vines, including 2.20 hectares classified under the Languedoc denomination « Sommières » and 5.94 hectares classified under the Languedoc denomination « Grès de Montpellier », Château l’Argentier is one of the oldest wine estate in Sommières. .

 
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Chateau Toulouze

Château Toulouze wines express all the elegance and typicity of their terroir and the sincerity of their philosophy. Each vintage tells a story, holding the identity of the vineyard and the human willpower to reveal it.

The best of our clay-limestone and gravel soils. Château Toulouze embodies Bordeaux’s nobility and the unique refinement of its terroir.

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Grands Chais de France

It all started over 40 years ago. Joseph Helfrich created the Les Grands Chais de France group with the desire to satisfy the thirst of wine lovers. Even though we are increasingly successful and continue to grow, the Group’s history is first and foremost the story of a family driven by a passion for wine and the terroir. But this success is also due to the family spirit binding all our employees and uniting the teams through a shared vision:

“Have consumers all over the world come to enjoy the huge diversity of wines and the authenticity of French and foreign terroirs.”

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Le Grand Castelet, Provence

Grapes are harvested first thing in the morning then travel along the shady path bordered by 100-year-old plane trees, in order to be turned into wine in a natural cold room, thanks to the wine warehouse’s thick stone walls.

You’ll travel through this place’s authenticity. Next to the elegant mansion lies a Provençal courtyard, flanked by large, white farm buildings, where stands out the central sundial that has been setting the tempo since 1740.

The unsegmented Grand Castelet domain, stretches along the Rhône river, with some 494 acres of vines, woods, and crops, succeeding one another.

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Firriato-Borgo Guarini, Sicily

terroir, identity, quality, pure sicilian. firriato it’s among the largest quality wine producers that in less than three decades has been successful in finding its own original and a specific style of production.

started in 1984 from trapani countryside, today firriato also embraces the volcanic terroir of etna and the unique territory of the island of favignana with limited niche productions.

certified organic farming and environmental sustainability are the milestones of the firriato philosophy that led to the carbon neutral and zero impact certification.

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Cantine Grasso

Our family has been part of the wine world since 1887.

Since then, five generations have succeeded one another at the helm of Cantine Grasso, reaching increasingly important and demanding goals.

Today Alessio, the fourth generation, with his sons Tullio and Carmelo are working on new ambitious projects.

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Les Collines du Bourdic

Today we are around a hundred cooperative winegrowers. It is in a spirit of unity that each of us commits to producing quality grapes, keeping in mind the protection of the environment.

Cellar masters, oenologists, wine merchants, they are the workers in the shadows. Thanks to rigorous plot selection and great mastery of winemaking techniques, they give rise to a wide range of wines, faithful to our identity.

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Domaines Vinsmoselle

Domaines Vinsmoselle is Luxembourg’s first wine and crémant producer. Since 1921, the wine grower’s cooperative has been producing finest wines which have been internationally rewarded in numerous competitions.

Their 170 vintners cultivate exclusive lieux-dits all along the Moselle river, from Schengen to Wasserbillig. Domaines Vinsmoselle is proud to continue its commitment to sustainable and responsible viticulture, symbolized by the award of the prestigious Fair’n Green label.

It is with conviction that our cooperative and its winegrower members will continue their efforts to offer you wines that will seduce not only by their quality and taste, but also by their sustainable production process.

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Furleigh Estate

Four years of careful planning and investment has transformed the former dairy farm into a modern and productive vineyard and winery.

Over 22,000 vines grow on the south facing slopes of the Estate. 15,000 of these are Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier used to produce our classic quality sparkling wines. Bacchus and Rondo are also grown to produce fine still wines.

A 5,000 square foot winery was built in 2007. This now accommodates a specialist pneumatic press, designed to carry out the very gentle whole bunch pressing required for quality sparkling wines. Temperature controlled stainless steel tanks from Italy and Germany, oak barrels from Cognac and riddling and dosage machinery from Epernay in France complete the major equipment.

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Guasti Clemente

In the immediate post – WWII period, Clemente Guasti funded a cellar to begin produce and sellthe most high quality wines from the core of Asti area, which is placed in Nizza Monferrato, one of the most important wine places on the Piedemont region. As a Great wine maker and innovator, his achievements already started on the first year of activity, reporting the origin of the grapes on the label of the wine bottle’s, this innovation had an important legacy on the intuition aimed at the world of Barbera, practically he began a precise indication linked to the concept of “cru”, referring to the importance and selections of owned vineyards. so thus was born the “Barbere di Cascina” which are still the pride of the House, bearing the name of Barbera d’Asti Superiore DOCG “Cascina Boschetto Vecchio”.

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