Ca Bianca

Sustainable Practices

Founded in the 1950’s, Ca’ Bianca is located in Alice Bel Colle in Piedmont’s viticultural district of Alto-Monferrato. Here, Pier Luigi Borgna crafts world-class, modern-styled wines from an amphitheater of 96 contiguous acres of hillside vineyards...

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Ca Donini

Sustainable Practices

The story of Ca’ Donini begins at the turn of the 20th century, in a trattoria located in Milano. Many of the regulars would stay after closing to chat with the owner, Signore Donini, while indulging in a good glass of wine...

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Castello Monaci

Certified Sustainable

Castello Monaci stands out in the heart of the Salice Salentino DOC, which is located in Puglia, a region along the Adriatic in the “heel of the boot” of farthest southeast Italy. The production of Castello Monaci’s estate wines is carefully followed from the vineyards to the winery and into the bottle...

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Cavicchioli 1928

Sustainable Practices

Robust Lambrusco varietal grapes—there are many sub-varieties, but the wines themselves are almost always fizzy, fruity, and red— are cultivated for a wine of the same name in central northern Italy in the Emilia-Romagna region. The Lambrusco is the principal grape grown in three Emilian provinces: Modena, Parma and Reggio nell’Emilia...

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Umberto Cavicchioli e Figli

Sustainable Practices

The Cavicchioli family has been cultivating vines in the San Prospero province of Modena for over a century. However, it was not until 1928 that Umberto Cavicchioli began bottling the wine under his family name. Today, Umberto’s two grandsons, brothers Sandro and Claudio, are still part of the business today...

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Conti Formentini

Sustainable Practices

In 1520 the Formentini family, Venetian Counts, purchased the castle in the town of San Floriano del Collio, the highest hilltop village in eastern Friuli (Collio, province of Gorizia) and the surrounding feudal lands...

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Fattoria dei Barbi

Sustainable Practices

Fattoria dei Barbi is among a prestigious group of estates that has played an integral part in writing the history of Italian wine. In fact, the estate is one of only five in Montalcino that have continuously operated for over 100 years. The Colombini family, one of region’s most influential families...

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Fattorie Melini

Sustainable Practices

Fattorie Melini is the top range of Tuscan wines from Melini, a historic Chianti estate since 1705. The Fattorie line uses only 100% estate-grown grapes from Chianti’s most renowned vineyards, creating benchmark wines such as “La Selvanella”, the first single vineyard wine in Chianti...

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Folonari

Sustainable Practices

Folonari was founded in 1825 by Francesco Folonari. The company and vineyards first grew in Valmonica in the Veneto region of Italy. In the later half of the 19th century, Francesco and his sons moved to Brescia in the verdant alpine foothills between Lake Iseo and Lake Garda, establishing one of Italy’s finest winemaking facilities and securing a worldwide reputation for quality...

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J. Hofstatter

Sustainable Practices

While the standout wines of the Alto Adige region in northeast Italy are the zesty, aromatic Germanic whites—Gewurztraminer, Pinot Grigio, and Weißburgunder (Pinot Bianco)—it was Ludwig Barth von Barthenau, a chemistry professor at the University of Vienna, who was among the first vineyard owners to plant Pinot Nero (Pinot Noir) near the town of Mazon in the Alto Adige in the mid-19th century. ...

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Lamberti

Sustainable Practices

Established in 1964, The House of Lamberti stands on the shores of Lake Garda in the Veneto region of northern Italy. Named after one of Verona’s oldest families, whose name graces the famous tower in the city’s Piazza delle Erbe, this innovative winery is credited with having re-vitalized classic wines from this area, adapting them to consumption trends...

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La Scolca

Sustainable Practices

An elegant, dry wine, Gavi is the renowned expression of the Cortese grape; in Piedmont, Gavi wines achieved signal success thanks to the pioneering efforts of the Soldati family at their La Scolca estate in Rovereto di Gavi...

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Le Chiuse

Certified Organic

Located on the north side of Montalcino, the Le Chiuse estate lies on the hillside of Montosoli. The vineyards—situated on the north/northeast side of the hill at 1,000 feet above sea level as well as on the southeast slope at 1,600 feet above sea level— benefit from a substantial exposure to sunshine, which yield fresher wines with vibrant acidity...

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Le Ragose

Sustainable Practices

North of Verona, in the town of Negrar, at the Valpolicella zone’s highest point, the Le Ragose estate overlooks the surrounding countryside. In this highly fragmented region given over to small landholdings, what sets Le Ragose apart is its substantial size and high elevation...

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Lungarotti

Sustainable Practices

Giorgio Lungarotti, an Umbrian-born wine-visionary decided in the early 1950’s to turn his family’s agricultural operations into a specialized wine estate. He created his signature red wine, Rubesco, and put Umbria on the world wine map...

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Marchesi di Barolo

Sustainable Practices

The Marchesi di Barolo estate encompasses approximately 430 acres of vineyards in the Langhe, some of the finest in Piedmont, including the prestigious Cannubi cru...

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Melini

Sustainable Practices

The Melini Winery dates back to 1705, and is one of the Chianti region’s oldest and most historic wineries. Melini owns over 1,200 acres in Chianti most of which are in the prime Chianti Classico zone...

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Nino Negri

Sustainable Practices

Established in 1897, Nino Negri is the premier estate producing wine in the Valtellina DOCG in Italy’s Lombardy region. The estate specialty is Sfursat (“strained” or “forced”); a wine made from grapes harvested by trained pickers and dried for 100 days in the cool, dry, alpine air...

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Pellegrino

Sustainable Practices

In 1880, Cantine Pellegrino was established by Paolo Pellegrino, a wine grower in Marsala, located on the northwest coast of Sicily. Today, this family-owned company is the region’s leader, with over 300 hectares of vineyards and a range of Marsala DOC, Pantelleria Passito and Moscato wines...

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Tenuta Rapitala

Sustainable Practices

Rapitalà, “Beautiful Garden of God”, lies between the towns of Camporeale and Alcamo, in the northwest corner of Sicily. In 1968 French Count, Hugues Bernard de la Gatinais, married Gigi Guarrasi, a descendant of a great family from Palermo...

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Re Manfredi

Sustainable Practices

Re Manfredi is located in Venosa, in northern Basilicata. Basilicata is located in the “instep” of the boot in the south of Italy bordered by Campania to the west and Puglia to the northeast...

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Santi

Sustainable Practices

Santi traces its origins to 1843, when Carlo Santi established a wine cellar in the village of Illasi situated behind the Lessini Mountains, between the hills of Colognola and Lavagno. Santi is known and respected for its Veneto and Trentino wines...

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Champagne Pol Roger

Sustainable Practices

Pol Roger takes extreme pride in more than 160 years producing some of the world’s finest Champagne. Founded in 1849, Pol Roger is one of only a few Grande Marque Champagne houses that remains family owned and operated. Pol Roger owns close to 55% of the vineyards used for their Champagne production, a true rarity in this region of large firms...

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Famille Hugel

Sustainable Practices

For over 370 years and with 13-family generations the Hugel family has unrivalled experience and knowledge of Alsace vineyards and winemaking. Known today for their passion and modern outlook, the dynamic Hugel family, located in the picture-postcard fortified village of Riquewihr, has earned a worldwide reputation for their Alsace wines. ...

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Attitude by Pascal Jolivet

Sustainable Practices

The house of Pascal Jolivet was founded in 1987 and is one of the most dynamic domaines in France’s Loire Valley. Based in Sancerre, the domaine now owns over 120 acres of prime vineyards spread across the appellations of Sancerre and Pouilly-Fumé...

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Domaine Pascal Jolivet

Sustainable Practices

The house of Pascal Jolivet was founded in 1987 and is one of the most dynamic domaines in France’s Loire Valley. Based in Sancerre, the domaine now owns over 120 acres of prime vineyards spread across the appellations of Sancerre and Pouilly-Fumé...

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Chateau Mont-Redon

Sustainable Practices

Chateau Mont-Redon has been in the Abeille and Fabre families for four generations, with its vineyard omnipresent for centuries. The first vines found at Mont-Redon date back to Roman times, 2,000 years ago. They were planted at the bottom of the hill that gave its name to the Mont-Redon property. ...

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Domaine de Bonserine

Sustainable Practices

Located in the north of Côte-Rôtie in Verenay, northeast of the town Ampuis, Domaine de Bonserine is owned by Ets. Guigal, but it is absolutely independent with its own winemaking, commercial and logistics team. The domain today owns 27 acres of vineyards in Côte-Rôtie and about 2.5 acres in the Condrieu appellation...

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Philippe & Vincent Jaboulet

Sustainable Practices

Philippe Jaboulet and his son, Vincent, carry on long-established family winemaking traditions at Domaine Philippe & Vincent Jaboulet in Crozes-Hermitage. Located in the northern Rhône Valley about one mile south of Tain l’Hermitage...

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Vidal-Fleury

Sustainable Practices

Founded in 1781, Vidal-Fleury is the Rhône Valley’s oldest continuing grower/négociant firm. Thomas Jefferson's visit in 1787 was its first contact with the United States; he called the wines “justly celebrated”...

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Hecht & Bannier

Sustainable Practices

Formed in 2002, Hecht et Bannier produces wines that are reference points for the Roussillon, Languedoc and Provence. Founders Gregory Hecht and François Bannier note: “To conserve the typical Mediterranean strength in our wines while preserving balance and crispness, this is our mantra for all the appellations we produce.”...

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Marc Roman

Sustainable Practices

Marc Roman wines are grown in the sun-drenched vineyards of Southern France and carefully selected and blended to our specifications by our own winemaker....

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Chateau Saint-Sulpice

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The 100-acre Château Saint-Sulpice estate is situated in the eponymous village in northern Entre-Deux-Mers, just south of St. Emilion and 14 miles northeast of the city of Bordeaux...

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Compagnie Medocaine

Sustainable Practices

ompagnie Médocaine was founded over 30 years ago and has grown to become one of the leading wine merchants in Bordeaux. The company works with Bordeaux’s top wineries purchasing their wines upon early release and marketing them around the world to key clients. ...

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Domaine Christian Moreau Pere et Fils

Certified Organic

With the 2002 vintage, Christian Moreau Père & Fils regained their right to produce wines sourced from their extensive vineyard holdings and market the wines under their own name. Today, Fabien Moreau, the sixth generation of the family, is the super-star winemaker of this beautiful Domaine in Chablis...

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Domaine Billaud-Simon

Sustainable Practices

Domaine Billaud-Simon has been established in the Chablis wine region since 1815 and covers almost 17 hectares of vines in which the Chardonnay variety reigns supreme. All of the parcels at Domaine Billaud-Simon are planted in the commune of Chablis in the heart of the historic appellation...

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Domaine Armand Rousseau

Sustainable Practices

Domaine Armand Rousseau ranks with Romanée-Conti, Leflaive, Jacques Prieur, and a small handful of names that are the stuff of Burgundy legend. These domaines produce impeccable quality wines from vintage to vintage, and consistently place Burgundy at the top of the wine world...

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Domaine Faiveley

Sustainable Practices

In 1825, Pierre Faiveley founded the firm that now bears the name Domaine Faiveley. At that time, the firm was a classic négociant, buying and selling wine. But from generation to generation, with a strong commitment to the quality of Burgundy’s patrimony, the Faiveley family has purchased vineyards and is today among the largest owners of classified vineyards in the Côte de Nuits, Côte de Beaune and Côte Chalonnaise with holdings totaling 331 acres, of which 30 acres are grands crus and 67 acres are premiers crus...

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Domaine Jacques Prieur

Sustainable Practices

It would be an understatement to claim that Domaine Jacques Prieur’s vineyard holdings are great. The domaine is the only property in Burgundy to own vineyards in five of the region’s most famous Grand Cru vineyards: Le Montrachet, Le Corton, Les Echézeaux, Le Musigny and Le Chambertin...

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Maison Olivier Leflaive

Sustainable Practices

In 1984 Olivier Leflaive, Jo’s son, established with brother, Patrick, Olivier Leflaive Frères, which was set up to act as the négociant (a wine buyer and seller) of Domaine Leflaive, and subsequently rented back selected parcels owned by the brothers to their cousin Anne-Claude Leflaive...

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Chateau Fuissé

Sustainable Practices

Château Fuissé dates back to 1604 and has been in the Vincent family for five generations. Each generation has added land, increased quality and enhanced the worldwide recognition of the château. Today under direction of Antoine Vincent, Jean-Jacques Vincent’s son, Château Fuissé has reached the pinnacle of quality in the region with its wines rivaling the more famous appellations of Puligny-Montrachet, Chassagne-Montrachet and Meursault to the north...

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J.J. Vincent

Sustainable Practices

J.J. Vincent produces a range of wines made with the same care and expertise as those made at the Vincent’s historic domaine, Château Fuissé. Made primarily from grapes sourced from Mâconnais vineyards owned by members of Jean-Jacques Vincent’s family, these wines are of extremely high quality and represent remarkable value...

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Domaine Labruyere

Sustainable Practices

Domaine Labruyère is one of the oldest wineries in the Moulin à Vent appellation. In 1850, Jean-Marie Labruyère, wine grower, settled in les Thorins, a hamlet in Romanèche-Thorins. He bought 10 hectares of well-located vineyards...

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Stephane Aviron

Sustainable Practices

Stéphane Aviron has adopted an almost radical return to tradition in Beaujolais: sustainable viticulture, extremely old vines and classic Burgundian techniques. His cru Beaujolais drink like fine Burgundy...

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Bodegas Castro Martin

Sustainable Practices

Bodega Castro Martin is located in the D.O.’s Salnés sub-zone, from which all of its grapes are sourced. Here, the Albariño reigns supreme. The rocky alluvial soils of Salnés—consisting of granite/quartz—give a steely, mineral character to wine—and cool sea breezes make this sub-zone an ideal home for the Albariño...

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El Coto de Rioja

Sustainable Practices

El Coto de Rioja, located in Oyón, was founded in 1970 by a group of winemakers committed to creating a new type of Rioja. Its first bottling was released in 1975. Today, with its widely admired red, white and rosado expressions, El Coto is the leading quality brand in Rioja and among the top-selling Spanish wines in Europe...

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Maximo

Sustainable Practices

Maximo represents quality wines of value from “The New Spain.” These internationally styled wines possess fruit-forward, easy-to-drink flavors for a younger wine drinker willing to explore and learn about wine. Maximo wines are designated Vino de La Tierra de Castilla, and are produced using fruit from vineyards in La Mancha...

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Churchills Estates

Sustainable Practices

Churchill’s Estates Douro table wines are produced from select vineyards owned and farmed exclusively by John Graham’s Churchill Graham Port Company. These dry wines have turned heads since their first releases in 2005...

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Churchills Port

Sustainable Practices

Churchill’s Port grew from John Graham’s desire to continue his family’s Port making tradition by setting up a company to produce his own, individual style of wine. It was his wife, Caroline Churchill, who provided the company with its name. Compared to other Port Wine shippers, most of which were established around the turn of the 18th/19th centuries, Churchill’s history is short...

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Grooner

Sustainable Practices

In 2007 Monika Caha & Toni Silver of Monika Caha Selections, Inc. partnered with Meinhard Forstreiter to create the brand GROONER, an easy drinking, refreshing Gru?ner Veltliner with the same quality and characteristics of his Forstreiter wines, but with an eye-catching label/packaging created by Silver/Caha, and phonetic spelling for those hard-to-pronounce Austrian varietals...

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Zvy-Gelt

Sustainable Practices

ZVY-GELT is produced with grapes from 10-40 year old vines, grown using environmentally sound and sustainable viticulture techniques. All the fruit is completely harvested by hand and very carefully pressed. The temperature controlled fermentation takes place in stainless steek tanks and lasts for 20 days. After fermentation ZVY-GELT is briefly aged in both stainless steel tanks and 50% old oak...

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Egon Muller

Sustainable Practices

The Egon Müller estate has been in the hands of the Müller family since 1797. In the Mosel’s steep, slate vineyards, the winemaking master Egon Müller makes breathtaking Rieslings. The estate owns 8.3 of the 28 hectares of the famous Scharzhofberg vineyard in Germany’s Mosel-Saar-Ruwer region...

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Weingut Dr. Fischer

Sustainable Practices

The historic Weingut Dr. Fischer estate is located in Ockfen, a small village in a tributary valley near the confluence of the Saar and Mosel rivers in far western Germany. Written records of winemaking in Ockfen date back to the Villa Occava convent, which was founded in AD 975; viticulture...

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Astica

Sustainable Practices

Astica was born in Argentina’s booming Cuyo region, which encompasses the provinces of San Juan, San Luis and Mendoza. Booming because Argentina is the world’s fifth-largest wine producer and much of the production is focused in Cuyo’s Mendoza province. Bordering Chile, the Cuyo region is situated along the eastern side of the Andes mountain chain...

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La Linda

Sustainable Practices

With deep historical roots in Argentina’s Mendoza wine region, Bodega Luigi Bosca has a longstanding commitment to innovation and quality. Founded in 1901 by Don Leoncio Arizu, Bodega Luigi Bosca is the country’s oldest family-owned winery. Today, Alberto Jr. and Alberto Sr., who represent the third and fourth generations of the Arizu family, jointly manage this venerable enterprise...

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Luigi Bosca

Sustainable Practices

With deep historical roots in Argentina’s Mendoza wine region, Bodega Luigi Bosca has a longstanding commitment to innovation and quality. Founded in 1901 by Don Leoncio Arizu, Bodega Luigi Bosca is the country’s oldest family-owned winery. Today, Alberto Jr. and Alberto Sr., who represent the third and fourth generations of the Arizu family, jointly manage this venerable enterprise...

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Bodega El Esteco

Sustainable Practices

Bodega El Esteco, founded in 1892 by David Michel and Gabriela Torino, is located in the Calchaqui Valley, which is in Argentina’s far northwest province of Salta. With over 1,500 acres of vineyards in what is known as the world’s highest growing region for wine, the Calchaqui Valley, Bodega El Esteco’s wines are reflective of their place of origin...

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Michel Torino

Sustainable Practices

The Michel Torino range of wines from Bodega El Esteco, come from the high altitude vineyards of the Calchaqui Valley, located in northwest province of Salta. With vineyards starting at 5,500 feet above sea level and rising to over 6,600 feet, Michel Torino’s wines are unique expressions of the region...

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Hewitson

Sustainable Practices

Hewitson Winery is located in South Australia’s Barossa Valley and is one of Australia’s most (if not the most) famous viticultural regions. The Barossa Valley sub-region is especially known for the quality of its dry-farmed, often very old Shiraz, Mourvèdre and Grenache vines and the inky dark wines they yield...

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Glazebrook

Sustainable Practices

Founded in 1981, Glazebrook was one of the first boutique wineries in New Zealand, and it has prospered for over 25 years. Glazebrook’s picturesque home is in the Ngatawara Winery, located in the Bridge Pa Triangle in New Zealand’s prestigious Hawke’s Bay zone. This area is known for producing assertively fresh Sauvignon Blanc...

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Chartreuse

Sustainable Practices

With hundreds of years of tradition and history, Chartreuse comes from a breathtaking, remote mountain monastery high in the French Alps. Produced as an act of devotion by the Carthusian order of monks, it’s now consumed in a similar act of devotion by many Americans! The formula for Chartreuse is complex and varied, including over 130 different types of mountain flowers, herbs, roots, and other botanicals...

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Edinburgh Gin

Sustainable Practices

Edinburgh Gin is produced in small-batch quantities at the newly built Edinburgh Gin distillery in the heart of the city ensuring that only the finest quality ingredients are used to produce a refreshing clean, crisp gin. At 43% ABV Edinburgh Gin holds the premium gin status...

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The Feathery

Sustainable Practices

The Feathery is a blended malt which has been entirely matured in first class sherry wood which makes it slightly sweeter, fuller and more rounded than standard malts. Aged 8-10 years and blended from 3 single malts: Tamdhu, Glengoyne and Glendronach...

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Pigs Nose

Sustainable Practices

Surrounded by rolling fields of wheat and barley, overlooking the Firth of Forth and monumental Forth Rail Bridge, lies Spencerfield Farmhouse. Steeped in fascinating heritage, the 16th century Fife farmhouse is home to the Spencerfield Spirit Company and its unique, iconoclastic collection of exceptional spirits...

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Sheep Dip

Sustainable Practices

Eccentrically named, yet of an unsurpassed quality, Sheep Dip whisky whose distinctively full-bodied flavor is only reached through weaving together sixteen different single malt whiskies, aged between eight and twenty one years, in specially selected first fill oak casks...

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