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Why the Luxury Wine Estate Awards

The Luxury Wine Estate Awards is a recognized global organization providing Wine Estates with recognition for their world class facilities, wines and service excellence provided to clients.

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Domaine de la Rouillère

The name “Rouillère” comes from the river that flows in the middle of this property. The property covers nearly 120 hectares , straddling the charming towns of Gassin and Ramatuelle, in the heart of the Saint-Tropez peninsula . Among these hilly lands of forests and rivers, 45 hectares are devoted to the breeding of vines in the greatest respect for …

Durbanville, South Africa

Durbanville Hills

The unique location of Durbanville Hills’ cellar a mere 20 minutes from Cape Town’s city centre, offers not only a spectacular view of Table Mountain and Table Bay, but also an extraordinary terroir that stabilises temperatures and eliminates extremes of heat and cold. Although the Durbanville area is renowned for its Sauvignon Blanc that excels under the cool conditions where …

Franschhoek, South Africa

Boschendal Estate

Boschendal, an iconic historical winery with a rich cultural history dating back to 1685, offers a relaxed and contemporary soul-enriching Winelands experience. This vibrant farm to table destination of naturally produced and artisan produce cultivates an innovative Farm to Table ethos. The winemaking vision is to balance tradition and experience with innovation.

La Londe les Maures, France

Domaine de Figuiere

Dominating the Golden Islands, in the heart of a 125 hectare vineyard classified in the Côtes de Provence appellation, Figuière is a family house which draws from this precious and preserved nature all its aromatic richness, its mineral power and its inspiration to create , between tradition and innovation, collections of “signed” wines full of sunshine and love for the …

Lorgues, France

Chateau Roubine

Between Verdon and Mediterranean, between Estérel and Sainte Baume, between the Alps and Sainte-Victoire, between olive trees and lavender … With 13 grape varieties planted on plots in one piece forming a cirque bordered by pines and oaks, the 72 hectares of vines benefit from the greatest attention to give the wines all their singularity. In 1955, Château Roubine was …

Courthezon, France

Château de Beaucastel

Excellence is naturally present in the vineyard, which stretches across more than 100 hectares, surrounding the estate buildings, and this same skill is found too in the chateau itself where nothing has been left to chance. It is rather like a museum, and opens onto the wine-making installations and ageing cellars. “Beaucastel is an historic and traditional flagship where very …