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Imago Mundi

Imago Mundi Wine made by Steve Reynolds and Vintures Owner Thorleif Egeli.

Imago Mundi, “Image of the World,” produces exceptional Napa Valley wines that deliver a captivating experience for wine drinkers around the world. 

Aperture Cellars

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Focus on  Soil| Focus on Wine| Focus on Life

Aperture Cellars is a Father and Son collaboration - Andy and Jesse Katz. Creating world class wines with world class images.

Devil Proof Vineyards

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Live well, drink well, and “the devil can’t get ya.”   Jesse Katz creates moreshow stopping, highly awarded wine with some help with his famous photographer father, Andy Katz.

Devil Proof. There’s no better Malbec. 

Flâneur Winery

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 Flâneur Winery crafts site-specific & vintage-driven Oregon wines from our estate vineyards in the Ribbon Ridge and Chehalem Mountain AVAs. 

RARECAT Wines

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Rarecat crafts single-estate focused wines with the intention to elevate connections and conversations, to make the wine shared, complex, elegant and balanced to enchance relationships. 

Ackerman Family Winery

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Coombsville Napa Valley wines including rich Cabernet Sauvignon and Bordeaux style red wines. 

NZ Wine Navigator

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A portfolio of several family owned wineries from New Zealand curated by the only Master Sommelier - Cameron Douglas in New Zealand 

Xurus Wines

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 Owners Ali Namdar and Kambiz Safinya's families have owned vineyards in CA since the 1970's. Their wine passion continues with the assistance of former Chateau Latour Winemaker Denis Malbec. Xurus Wines are beautiful Bordeaux style Cabernets 

Champagne Yves Ruffin

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50 years ago, Yves Ruffin chose to convert his three hectares situated between Avenay Val d’Or and Tauxières to organic farming. He did so going against the trends of the time, when winegrowers and technicians didn’t take into consider the impact of their agricultural practices on the environment.

Domaine Emile Grelier

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Named after their grandfather, Domaine Emile Grelier has 8 Hectares of vines entirely south facing just north of Bordeaux whose terroir is made up of a mixture of clay and sand. These are sun drenched vines that allow excellent ripening of the grapes. Benoit and Delphine manage the property with their family along passionately environmental lines, having invested heavily in developing a bio-diverse environment they finally started selling their wines in 2012. 

Domaine Vincent FLEITH

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It was in 1661 that Antoine Fleith gave the first pick in the vineyard. Today, Vincent embodies the 11th generation of Fleith winemakers in Ingersheim. With his wife Brigitte, they farm 9 hectares of vines including a plot in the Grand Cru Furstentum. The estate has been certified biodynamic since 2010. For Vincent Fleith, the important thing is to keep the minerality and character of the Alsatian terroirs in the wines. In tanks, he believes that as little as possible should be done: exclusively indigenous yeasts, very little sulfur, no chaptalization, no aromatic yeasts. The wines of the estate are of great aromatic purity, chiseled and crystalline.

Vignobles Laurent Herlin

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In 2008, after 12 years working as a computer engineer, Laurent decided to live his passion for wine and environment by becoming a biodynamic winemaker. He then decided to move to the Loire region and fell in love with an old farm in the appellation Bourgueil; Vignobles Laurent Herlin was born. Laurent now works 14 acres of wines biodynamically on sandy, gravels, and clayish-chalky soils. His farming practice are certified Biodynamic.  Laurent harvests everything by hand in small cases with sorting at the vine and in the cellar and destemming his entire harvest. He has the ultimate respect for nature and the environment. He buys recycled and light bottles, collects rain water, uses exclusively eco-friendly materials.

Domaine A Pegaz

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Located in the heart of the Pays des Brouilly, renowned for the quality of its vineyards, two farms join forces to present a full range of Beaujolais wines.

Jean-François PEGAZ, now owner of the Domaine Baron de l'Ecluse (previously belonging to his Aunt Chantal PEGAZ), located in Odenas and Anthelme and Agnès PEGAZ, from Domaine des Gaillards, located in Charentay.c

Céline et Nicolas Hirsch

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Céline and Nicolas, from Alsace, but Beaujolais by heart! After their  diploma in oenology and a few trips around the world, they decided to create their domain. Seduced by the region, its charm, its wines and the artisanal and human dimension of its farms, they  settled in 2011 in Chénas. They work their wines in a natural way, manual harvesting, without adding yeast and without filtration. 

Domaine Victor Sorin

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Frédéric Sornin makes this Beaujolais in conjunction with his 13 year old son Victor. The grapes come from vines that are 50-60 years old in the vicinity of Morgon.  The vines are farmed naturally, they graze sheep in the vineyards, the grapes are hand harvested and wild fermented, and only a tiny bit of sulfur is added at bottling.

Domaine Manuel Olivier

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Starting in 1990 with a few acres of vineyards, Manuel Olivier now has 11 hectares in the Hautes-Cotes de Nuits, Cote de Nuits and Cote de Beaune.  He also sources grapes from long term contract growers, but his total production remains under 7000 cases.  

His style is approachable, subtle wines with delicate fruit - obtained by his obsessive attention to detail - handpicking, low temperature maceration, and use of natural yeast.  

Christophe Ferrari

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Christophe Ferrari currently operates 26 hectares of vines in Irancy and Chablis. Concerned about the quality of his wines , he has managed to keep the traditional methods of winemaking. Though his sons continue to become more involved in the cellar and vineyard his vision of pure expressions of Pinot Noir and Chardonnay are in good hands.

Domaine L&C Poitout

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The Domaine of L&C Poitout is made up of some 18 hectares, combing those inherited by Catherine (Chablis and Lignorelles) with Louis’s father’s, Michel Poitout (Maligny and Villy) and their Domaine purchased in Fleys. Unique plots, primarily from North to the Eastern ends of the region, nestled in and around some of the Grand Cru’s, they have exceptional terroir, capable of making truly personal wines of real substance. The most natural viticulture is adopted, parcel by parcel to preserve the uniqueness and personality of each plot.

Clos Columbu

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Clos Columbu on the Island of Corsica was first planted in 1973 by Paul Suzzoni and his father, Ettine Suzzoni took over in 1986, and now starting with the 2016 vintage 4th generation Paul shepards the 40th vintage of this historic producer. The organic growing they practice on the domaine, as well as their conversion to biodynamics, encourages them to seek quality while respecting the natural rhythms of nature as much as possible.

Domaine Sauvaire-Reilhe

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Herve Sauvaire's ancestors received this Languedoc domaine as wedding gift in the 1600s making it the oldest winery in the region with some of the oldest vineyards of Carignan around. The wines are excellent examples of the variety from a region not known for its typicality.

Thierry Landry

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Thierry Landry has worked his family’s vines in the Loire Valley since his father’s retirement in 1995.  He farms the land organically. His vineyards, aged between 8 and 43 years, are planted to 4500 vines per hectare, with tight spacing to make the plants work extra hard.  Yields are kept relatively low, varying depending on the age of the vines. Once everything is manually harvested, the grapes make their way to his ancient chai. His press dates from the 17th century, a real artifact of winemaking history, and he only uses indigenous yeasts to ferment the wines.

Domaine Guy Baudin

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A family estate in the Loire which is the fruit of a long tradition of winegrowers, which dates back to 1685. It extends all around the hamlet of Loges, a classified village. Of the 12 hectares of vines, 11 are devoted to the production of Pouilly-Fumé, and one hectare to the production of Pouilly sur Loire.  Guy Baudin was a peer of Didier Dagueneau, but chooses not to barrel age this wine, allowing for optimal freshness and immediate drinkability.

Domaine Jean Aubron

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Coming from a family that has worked to maintain and grow its presence in Loire, Jean-Pascal's great grandfather worked as a vigneron in 1875, when the family's holdings were at 11ha.  Passed down to his grandfather and then to his father, the Domaine suffered a potential setback, when Jean-Pascal's father passed away when Pascal was ten. Pascal's mother was able to keep the Domaine running.  Having worked the Domaine after school since he was eight-years-old, Pascal finally took over at the age of 18. He strives to make bone-dry Muscadet wines and pushes his fermentations to the end, to yield wines with zero residual sugar that are dry and crisp with high acidity.

Cellier de la Baraterie

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Cellier de la Baraterie is the domain of Julien Viana, a talented young farmer and winemaker from the heart of the Savoie wine region .Julien cultivates ten hectares on the Combe de Savoie not just in Cruet, but also in the villages of St. Jean de la Porte and Arbin. Five hectares are dedicated to his wines, and five are cultivated for other winemakers, all organic.  His production covers the classic grapes and appellations of the region: Jacquère, Altesse and Malvoisie for the white wines, with Mondeuse and Gamay for the reds. 

Château De Gaudou

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This ancient, 17th century château located about an hour from the city of Cahors is home to Winemaker Fabrice Durou.  Their 37 hectares of vineyards, aged between 30 and 120 years old, are planted on southeast-facing gravel slopes for maximum exposure, with grass between the rows to force the vines to work harder. Grapes are sorted both in the vineyard and at the winery.  No chemicals are used in the field, grapes are hand-harvested, native yeast fermented in stainless and cement tanks, then bottled unfined with a drop of SO2 for stability.

Cantina Al di là del Fiume

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Cantina Al di là del Fiume lies between the hills of Bologna and Pignoletto, in Emilia-Romagna. This winery is passionate about biodynamic practices and natural winemaking. They put all their efforts into cultivating ripe, healthy and vital grapes in the vineyard, and they aim to hold onto this in the winery. This is true natural wine made with indigenous varietals on a permaculture working farm by a family who strives for balance in all that they do. Made in amphora with no sulfites added.

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Located in the heart of the Pays des Brouilly, renowned for the quality of its vineyards, two farms join forces to present a full range of Beaujolais wines.

Jean-François PEGAZ, now owner of the Domaine Baron de l'Ecluse (previously belonging to his Aunt Chantal PEGAZ), located in Odenas and Anthelme and Agnès PEGAZ, from Domaine des Gaillards, located in Charentay.

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