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The Ancient Cellars of Marchesi di Barolo are based in Barolo, in the building facing the Castle of the Marquises Falletti. The story begins, more precisely, in 1807 when the Marquis of Barolo, Carlo Tancredi Falletti, marries a French noblewoman in Paris, Juliette Colbert of Maulévrier, great-grandson of the famous finance minister of the Sun King. It was Juliette who …
Marchesi de’ Frescobaldi is a wine producer located in Tuscany. It has several estates spread throughout the region, including in the Chianti Rufina, Montalcino, Pomino, Colli Fiorentini and Maremma DOC and DOCG zones. Frescobaldi grows everything from the region’s flagship variety Sangiovese to more international grapes like Chardonnay, making a wide range of styles. The history of Frescobaldi dates back …
Set on the slopes of the Great Drakenstein Mountain range the Rupert Wines Estate comprises two historic farms: L’Ormarins and Anthonij Rupert Estate. Today the Estate houses two tasting rooms, four state-of-the-art cellars, a lovingly tended rose garden, vineyards, the Franschhoek Motor Museum and the Drakenstein Stud Farm. Thus offering up a great variety of things to do and see …
Nederburg’s story started in 1791 when German immigrant Philippus Wolvaart acquired 49 hectares of land in the Paarl Valley. He named his property Nederburgh, in honour of the VOC commissioner, Sebastiaan Cornelis Nederburgh. The beautiful thatched and gabled Cape Dutch manor house that Wolvaart completed in 1800 is a national monument today.
DeMorgenzon was so named as it is the first part of the Stellenboschkloof valley to see the sun because of its high altitude and aspects which cover the top southern and eastern slopes of Ribbokkop, overlooking the famous pinnacle of Kanonkop from where a cannon used to be fired to alert the farms in the region that a ship had …
Our practices : organic farming, biodynamic principles, horse plowings, manual harvesting, massal selection Our principles : Respect of the terroir, vinification by gravity, indigenous yeasts, direct soft press in whole bunch grapes, champanese Coquard press