Belhara Estate is a family winery nestled in the Uco Valley in Mendoza, with a focus on crafting artisanal red blends and single vineyard wines.
Bird in Hand
This multi-award-winning estate is based in Adelaide Hills from where it produces classic examples of cool climate Chardonnay and Shiraz.
Established in 1988 in Australia's historic Langhorne Creek, over the years Bremerton has gained an outstanding reputation for its full-bodied, flavoursome wines.
Producing wines with regional distinction and showing respect for their pristine environment is fundamental to Capel Vale.
Coriole’s bedrock is in the strength of its outstanding Shiraz plantings: it is also known for introducing a range of Italian varietals to Australia.
Golden Amrita, meaning ancient Indian for 'Nectar of the Gods', is a single estate vineyard in the Barossa Valley, planted solely with Shiraz where the average vine age is over 20 years old.
JJ Hahn by Rolf Binder
Sixth generation James & Jackie Hahn, teamed up with renowned winemaker Rolf Binder in 1997 to create a range of classic Barossa reds wines under the JJ Hahn label.
Kirrihill is a boutique winery in South Australia's Clare Valley, producing fine Riesling and characteristic Shiraz and Cabernet Sauvignon.
“We make wines that make people go WOW, through attention to detail and commitment to excellence!” This is what drives Sarah Marquis to produce a raft of stunning wines.
Murphy Vineyards produce high quality, fruit-driven wines from Australia's Murray River Valley that really over-deliver fruit and flavour.
Tiny production and demand which utterly exceeds supply help to place Noon Winery firmly in icon territory.
Trentham Estate’s River Retreat range of wines is based on an initiative dedicated to raising awareness of the wetlands of the Murray Darling Region.
This family-owned boutique winery can be found along the meandering banks of the Murray River at Trentham Cliffs just outside Mildura in New South Wales.
Scotto Family Wines
Scotto are based in Lodi, in California's Central Valley, where their mature vines enjoy a Mediterranean climate to produce powerful, flavoursome wines.
A range made by Ventisquero Wine Estates, Kalfu owns vineyards in Leyda Valley, Casablanca Valley, Maipo Valley and the inhospitable Atacama Desert.
Nestled among the undulating hills of Martinborough, Larry McKenna quietly crafts some of New Zealand's most impressive wines.
Doctors John and Brigid Forrest are Forrest Wines, a small, hands-on producer of premium wine from their vineyards in Marlborough, Hawke's Bay and Otago.
This organic 33-hectare estate was established in 2004, taking its name from the unique soils of the Waipara Valley.
Stanley Estates is recognised as one of Marlborough's premier wine producers, creating fresh, accessible and boundary-pushing cuvées.
Located in New Zealand's South Island, Waipara Springs can boast some of the region's oldest vines which add depth and intensity to the wines they create.
Wooing Tree is a family-owned single vineyard site situated in the very heart of Central Otago in New Zealand's South Island.
Bouchard Finlayson make award-winning wines in the cool climate region of Walker Bay, South Africa.
Catherine Marshall Wines
Catherine Marshall is a wonderful winemaker in the cool climes of Elgin, South Africa, her wines a triumph of the country's 'garagiste' movement.
From the Darling region of South Africa, Darling Cellars' old bush vines and vast swathes of terror lend diversity to the varietals and styles created.
DeMorgenzon is a rapidly rising star of Stellenbosch, the estate positively bubbling with excitement, energy and ambition.
Donkiesbaai, owned by Jean Englebrecht of Rust en Vrede fame, is situated on the West Coast of South Africa and made from fruit from Piekenierskloof and Witzenberg.
Ernie Els Wines
The concept of Ernie Els Wines was born out of friendship between Ernie Els and Jean Engelbrecht in 1999, using the skills of both men to full advantage.
The Forge Mill range provides great value with varietal distinction and consistency, sourced from the wider Western Cape in South Africa.
Owned by May de Lencquesaing, former owner of Bordeaux' Château Pichon-Lalande, Glenelly offers a Bordeaux-inspired structure with fine New World richness.
Owned by Jean Engelbrecht of Rust en Vrede fame, Guardian Peak is a new generation winery focusing on structure and exuberant fruit concentration.
Indaba is the Zulu word for 'a meeting of the minds'; the wine label was created as a celebration of the democratisation in South Africa.
Kaapzicht is a family-owned and -run wine estate in Stellenbosch, owned by the Steytler family who have farmed here since 1946.
Kanonkop is situated on the lower slopes of the Simonsberg Mountain in Stellenbosch, from where it produces award-winning wines.
Lemberg's thoughtful, open-minded and progressive embrace of their terroir is producing some of South Africa’s most unique and exciting wines.
Paul Cluver Wines
Paul Cluver Wines is a family owned and run winery, focused on producing wines that reflect the uniqueness of the cool-climate Elgin terroir.
Rust en Vrede
Few estates in the Cape can revel in as much history as that of Rust en Vrede – for over 300 years it has stood among the vineyards of Stellenbosch.
Rustenberg, founded in 1682 on the slopes of the Simonsberg Mountain in Stellenbosch, stands proud as one of the true grandees of the South African wine trade.
Established by Catharina Ras in 1682, Steenberg was the Cape's first wine farm, located only 30 minutes from the heart of Cape Town.
The Stellenbosch Reserve
Made by the team at Rust en Vrede, Jean Engelbrecht produces this sophisticated range in homage to the town of Stellenbosch and its rich heritage.
Situated in the picturesque Blaauwklippen Valley on the Helderberg Mountain in Stellenbosch.
In French terms, Charles Withington would be known as a négociant, working with properties and people he knows and trusts to supply grapes for his wines.