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Cogolin, France

Château Saint-Maur

Located in Cogolin, 10 km from Saint-Tropez, to the west of the plain connecting the foothills of the impressive Massif des Maures to the sea, in the distance, at the top of its hill, the remains of the Château de Grimaud. Nestled at its feet, its tightly packed houses then the vines, covering the sides of the hills between scrubland …

Stellenbosch, South Africa

Zonnebloem Wines

South African wines so often tread the line between the old world and the new, between time-honed legacies and technological modernity, and for Zonnebloem’s range of award winning wines, this balance of classic and contemporary is ever present. Zonnebloem is a brand that stands for craftsmanship in all its forms. Craft has been at the heart of our winemaking process …

Darling, South Africa

Cloof Wine Estate

Situated in the quaint town of Darling (known for its wines, artisanal stores, restaurants and spring flowers), Cloof Wine Estate is an enchanting spot that offers stunning views, and delicious wines and food. Sample some of the Cloof Wine Estate’s unique range at their Tasting Room, from their Bush Vines Range, through to their Signature Range and also the Winemaker’s …

Florence, Italy

Villa Mangiacane Firenze

Nestled in the heart of the winemaking region of Chianti Classico, Villa Mangiacane is a magnificent 15th century property built by the Machiavelli family, bearing the unmistakable hand of the Renaissance master, Michelangelo. Located just 12km south of Florence, Mangiacane offers twenty-six individually designed rooms and suites and is set within 600 acres of flourishing vineyards and olive groves. The …

Alba, Italy

Antica Cascina dei Conti di Roero Winery

The Antica Cascina dei Conti di Roero estate was established in the early 1950s, when the Olivero family, Daniela’s parents, bought the Valmenera farmhouse in Vezza d’Alba. They added the land and vineyards already owned in the Certuti region, better known as Sru, in the municipal districts of Canale and Monteu Roero, now a UNESCO World Heritage core zone. The …

Gassin, France

Domaine-Tropez

From the planting of the vines, we respect the characteristics of each grape variety and their environment. Of contemporary design, there are three levels in the cellar – reception, press and tanks using natural gravity, allowing ultimate respect for the grape, thus “vinification” takes place at a low temperature for slow fermentation, producing fine, harmonious and elegant wines. To the …