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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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Every fine wine is created with passion and craftsmanship. But only St Hugo is created to honour the close bond between a father and a son. In the Barossa Valley in 1895, Louis Hugo Gramp was born to a family whose very name is rooted in Australian wine history. Today, St Hugo wines are prized by wine collectors and connoisseurs …
Stellenrust was established in 1928 and has ever since produced some of the most superb quality wines that the Stellenbosch region from South Africa can offer. It consists of about 400ha (200ha planted) of which half is stretched over the Golden Triangle area of Stellenbosch, internationally recognised for some of the best red wine soil in South Africa. The other …
In 1679 Simon van der Stel was appointed by the Dutch East India Company to govern the Cape of Good Hope. In 1685 he chose 891 morgen (about 763 ha) situated behind Table Mountain for its wine-growing potential and magnificent scenery. Over the years the wines produced on the estate caught the attention of influential people across the globe – …
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 …
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
Grape varieties with a strong identity typical of the Gaillac region – such as Duras, Braucol and Prunelart for red, Mauzac, Loin de l’oeil and Ondenc for white – are grown on the estate’s 10 hectares of land. Equally, Syrah, Merlot and Cabernet Sauvingon are also grown, and, thanks to the local climate which is both mediterranean and oceanic, are …