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Aridus Wine Company
Wilcox, Arizona, USA
Utilizing the highest-quality red and white grape varietals, Aridus crafts its proprietary label that rivals the deep colors, rich aroma and complex flavors of the finest artisanal wines. Today, Aridus sits on 17 acres and has grown into a 32,000-square-foot state-of-the-art winery, three tasting rooms and its own 40-acre vineyard located in Turkey Creek, just 30 miles outside Willcox. Willcox, Arizona’s largest grape-growing region, sits high above the Valley at 4,200 feet. Founded in 1880 and located 195 miles southeast of Phoenix lays 800 acres of rich soils and bountiful vineyards—a region home to Aridus Wine Company.
The Freixenet Group of Wines
The Freixent group is one of the largest Spanish companies known for its quality sparkling wines. Within the group they have various wineries throughout Spain, some like Conde de Caralt also producing Sparkling wines but other are producing wines specific to the region such as the Albarino from Vionta or Garbo from Montsant. New to the Freixenet portfolio is Oroya. Developed as a special project, Yako Soto, a Japanese Freixenet Wine Maker, spent a year developing a wine specifically for Sushi. It has received worldwine accliam in such magazines as Market Watch, Decanter and the Globe and Mail.
Freixenet Sonoma Caves
Sonoma, California, USA
In 1982, Cavas Freixenet purchased vineyards in the Carneros region of Sonoma and turned a century of Spanish winemaking tradition to building one of the first Carneros sparkling wine houses. Realizing that they were capable of growing first-rate Pinot Noir and Chardonnay grapes for their sparkling wines, they wisely decided to broaden their portfolio by making small amounts of still table wines that capture the essence of the Carneros region.
Napa Valley, California, USA
Scotto Cellars – ADS Wines
Wairau River Wines has been certified as a CarbonZero winery in New Zealand. This has been achieved by employing environmental practices such as Lighter Weight Bottles with Screw Tops, wind machines, and recycling. Longbend is a second label for them, with the grapes being selected from Specific vineyards in Marlborough.
The image of the dancing piper is Dionysus, Greek God of Wine, celebrating living life to the full. It is in this spirit, that Thornbury matches the very best of New Zealand’s wine regions with the best varieties to create wines that are distinctive and memorable.
Makia originates from the union and strength and professionalism of Italian winemakers with the great potential offered by the Aregentine terrior. The goal is to find the highest quality product through attention to detail in every step of the process. Natural processes are used in the vineyard as well as using lighter weight bottles to lesson the impact on the environment.
Leyendas de Familia, which means “family legends” is a winery in Chile’s Maule Region that protects and maintains the quality, excellence, and tradition of its wines. As its name implies, its wines have become true legends passed from family to family due to their renowned bouquet.
Family owned estate winery with about 50 hectares of vineyards and olive trees located in Arezzo, in the heart of Tuscany. The vineyard of approximately 35 hectares of land known as Poggio Primo, is situated in a convenient location on clay soil and has a microclimate which creates ideal conditions for a full-bodied natural wine, intense, rich in extract and glycerin. Grapes grown on the estate are Sangiovese, Canaiolo, Trebbiano, Malvasia del Chianti, St. Columban, Cabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet Franc.