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LOLa Mezcal 

LOLA MEZCAL was created by two friends who, in love with the tastes and romance of Mexico, made a true handcrafted spirit that is not meant to be sipped, but kissed.

 
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Baron D'Alba

Hand harvestedin September - October 2011 Fermented for 17 months in American and French oak barrels, matured for 18 months in wine cellars.

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CA di tulin

The winery (small but dynamic) is family run. Their passion for winemaking was born in the 1800s with nonno Bartolomeo, “Tulin”, and continues today with the same enduring dedication that always characterized their grandfather’s work..

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baron D'Alba

Vineyard located in a famous wine region of Castelon, a few kilometers from the Mediterranean Sea, but has a moderate influence, thereof to be protected by the mountains that divide it.

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staritsky and levitsky

A group of vodka enthusiasts, passionate about reviving the heritage and traditions of authentic, small batch vodka distillation in the historic birthplace of vodka production.

 

Tamaral wines

When Bodegas y Viñedos Tamaral was founded in April 1997, it was a dream come true for the De Santiago family, who for four generations have tended vineyards and made wine in the heart of Ribera del Duero in Northern Spain

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Over 80 years ago, the first delicate grapevine was planted in a West Auckland field. That grapevine grew into the family winery that is still standing today. In fact, very few wineries in New Zealand can claim to have a prouder wine making heritage than at Soljans, the third oldest winery in New Zealand that is still owned and operated by the original family. Chapter Two begins in 1937. Bartul’s eldest son, Frank, was eager to own his own winery, so in 1937 he purchased a property also in Lincoln Road, Henderson, and Soljans Wines was born. Along with his wife Rona and family, he began to build up his new business. As the 1970s came along, it became time for Frank to pass the reigns of the company down to his son Tony. He and his brother Rex joined the family winery after leaving school. Taking on the wine making responsibility from his father, Tony brought Soljans’ wine onto New Zealand’s dinner tables. Following family tradition, we currently have three generations involved here at Soljans, Tony Soljan and his wife Colleen, their daughters Tonia and Lisa Soljan, along with Tonia’s children Tyler and Amber Soljans.

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KOSHER ALATE WINE (100% TEMPRANILLO)

Fernández de Arcaya are an agriculture family from Tierra Estella working fields and vineyard.  Properties are located in El Busto, Sansol, Villamayor de Monjardín and Los Arcos, small villages between Estella and Viana, in Navarra, in the historic Road to Santiago. This unique glatt Kosher Non-Mevushal wine is certified for all Jewish festivities including Passover and produced under strict supervision of the Orthodox Union.

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Chateau la rose bellevue

Situated among the vineyards of the Blayais region, Chateau la Rose Bellevue has been producing wine for four generations. The vineyard benefits from the unique climatic conditions found in North-Gironde, close to the Gironde Estuary in the district of Saint-Palais “AOC Premières Côtes de Blaye". Chateau la Rose Bellevue offers a range of award-winning wines. The vineyard is well recognized in the Hachette Wine Guide.                                                                                                                                                                               

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Tamaral wines

When Bodegas y Viñedos Tamaral was founded in April 1997, it was a dream come true for the De Santiago family, who for four generations have tended vineyards and made wine. Soon afterwards, a winery was opened in the Pago de Tablares under the watchful eye of the Museo de Vino and in the very heart of the Ribera del Duero Denomination of Origin. Winery constant efforts towards improvement have led to more awards; 67 international prizes to date, yet, undoubtedly the best reward for the whole team at Bodegas y Viñedos Tamaral is knowing that our customers have the chance to enjoy our intense full-bodied wines, making us even more determined to carry through this exciting project.

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The Kings of Italian wines

Brunello di Montalcino is a red DOCG wine produced with 100% Sangiovese grapes in the vineyards surrounding the town of Montalcino in the Tuscany wine region. Today it is one of Italy’s best-known and most expensive wines. Barolo is arguably the most famous red wine DOCG produced with 100% Nebbiolo grapes in the northern Italian region Piemonte south of Alba. Barolo is the most fruitiest and full-bodied wine from all Nebbiolo region and one of the most expensive Italian wines.