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New Zealand: Brancott Estate
The Brancott Estate winery is a story of creativity, innovation, and sustainability making it one of the big names in New Zealand winemaking. Located in the beautiful iconic landscapes of Marlborough, it was the first winery in New Zealand to plant Sauvignon Blanc, which it soon went on to sell worldwide.
Australia: Jacob's Creek
Jacob's Creek is one of the most renowned wineries in Australia offering top quality wines with a contemporary flavour and strong varietal expressions. Named after the creek which crosses the famous Barossa valley, the winery was founded in 1976 on the back of a winemaking tradition going back 165 years.
Sonoma / California: Kenwood Vineyards
In the heart of the Sonoma Valley, Kenwood Vineyards is committed to producing internationally-renowned top quality wines representative of the characteristics of this region. Set up in 1970, in the historic cellars of the Pagani Brothers, which date back to 1906, Kenwood Vineyards is the only winery whose wines are made from grapes growing on the volcanic lava soils of the famous Jack London Ranch in Glen Ellen, on the western slopes of the Sonoma Valley.
With over two centuries of history behind them, Perrier-Jouët champagnes are special for the significant proportion of Chardonnay in their blend, collected from the best Côte des Blancs hillsides. Aged in 10 km of underground cellars dug directly into the limestone lands, Perrier-Jouët champagnes are exceptional ones; subtle, seductive, first class champagnes, renowned around the world for their timeless floral elegance.
Chile: Viña Concha y Toro
Viña Concha y Toro has become the main producer and exporter of wines in South America and one of the ten most admired wineries in the world. With a clear commitment to protecting the environment, the winery makes expressive and innovative wines which transmit the spirit of New World wines, ranging from the emblematic Casillero del Diablo to the iconic Don Melchor.