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COS Maldafrica and Stella Bella Semillon Blend

Bryan Matland -Sales Associate

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Odoardi Savuto and Quinta do Pessegueiro

Henry Castro Sales Associate

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Chateau d’ Arlay Cote du Jura Rouge and Vajra N.S Della Neve Spumante

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Chateau de La Dauphine, hidden treasure in Fronsac

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Chateau de La Dauphine’s Early History In 776 Charlemagne constructed a fortress in “Fronciacus”, what later became known as Fronsac.  Almost a century later, Jean-Baptiste de Richon constructed Chateau de La Dauphine in 1750. Wine trade in Libourne The commune of Libourne (Saint-Emillion, Pomerol & Fronsac) is a very important area for Bordeaux vineyards. In the 18th century, the wines from ... Read More »

Vietti Vineyards

Vietti

History In 1919, Mario Vietti transformed his family farm in Piedmont into vineyards and a production house. By the 1950s, Alfredo Currado, the husband of Mario Vietti’s daughter Luciana, was running the estate and producing wines considered amongst Piedmont’s best. Under Currado’s direction, Vietti became one of the first Italian producers selected for importation into the US. In 1961, Under ... Read More »

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