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Chateau Alverne at America Wines Paper

Chateau Alverne: One of The Most Popular of Bordeaux’s Wine Regions

The Château Alverne vineyard, (3.6 ha), is divided between the clay-limestone plateau of Saint-Emilion and the southern clay-sandy part on gravels. The average age of the vines is 20 years. The vineyard is composed of three grape varieties: Merlot...
Champagne Richardot at America Wines Paper

Champagne Richardot: Family’s Passion For Champagne

Champagne Richardot is located in the heart of the Côte des Bar, in Loches-sur-Ource. The farm is overlooking the Ource Valley where generous nature and splendid landscapes coexist. The ancestor Jean's passion for vine has led into transforming a few...
Santa Giustina at America Wines Paper

Santa Giustina: Fusion of Ancient Agricultural Knowledge & Modern Technological Innovations in Making Wines

Santa Giustina: Fusion of Ancient Agricultural Knowledge & Modern Technological Innovations in Making Wines Forty years ago, Antonio and Gloria fell in love with an ancient religious settlement, surrounded by the charm of time and the energy of luxuriant nature...
Chateau Haut-Pougnan at America Wines Paper

Chateau Haut-Pougnan: Produces Very Fine Wines Because of Its Clay-Limestone

Chateau Haut-Pougnan is located in the heart of Entre-Deux-Mers, near Créon. It lies on the slopes of the right bank of the Garonne, on superb clay-limestone and gravelly soils. It is the clay-limestone nature of these soils which makes...
Sektmanufaktur Albert Hasenstein at America Wines Paper

Sektmanufaktur Albert Hasenstein: Sparkling Wines in Traditional Method of Classical Bottle Fermentation

Sektmanufaktur Albert Hasenstein is a young, family-run sparkling wine factory from Bavaria, Germany. The company stands for traditional sparkling wine production with modern influences. Their sparkling wines are produced exclusively according to the traditional method of classical bottle fermentation....
Champagne Bourcier at America Wines Paper

Champagne Bourcier: Combining Great Ancestral Mastery & New Technologies in Making Champagne

Champagne Bourcier is located in Couvrot, France. A family-owned business and was established in 1968 by their grandfather Léon Bourcier, that is why their vintages are called Cuvee Leon. They have continued the work of the vineyard and in 2012,...
IOMazzucato at America Wines Paper

IOMazzucato: Producing Elegant & Decisive Wines

According to the owners Andrea and Laura Mazzucato, IOMazzucato is a combination of their family name and an Italian word "io" mean "I", a sort of self-centeredness, which never fails in the world of wine. 6 years ago, Andrea and...
CHAMPAGNE Sébastien LEFEVRE at America Wines Paper

CHAMPAGNE Sébastien LEFEVRE: Each of Cuvées Is Vinified And Elaborated With Rigor

Champagne Sébastien Lefevre is known for their passion for champagne. Each of their cuvées is vinified and elaborated with rigor, in the purest Champagne tradition. The company is very active in joining wine competitions to target the global market. Although...
Barbadoro at America Wines Paper

Barbadoro: A Wine That Comes From Bush-Grown Vines

The Barbadoro winery has been around for three generations which were started by Don Michele in the early 1900s when he cultivated the land and devoting most of its land in making wine. So the vine has been cultivated...
Domaine Bassac at America Wines Paper

Domaine Bassac: Produces Authentic Wines That Reflect Their Terroir

The Domaine BASSAC cultivates the family estate as it has done with the same passion for several generations. The Bassac vineyards cover some 80 hectares (200 acres) consisting of a wide variety of soil types around Puisalicon and the...