Entrepreneur Javier Ruíz de Galarreta founded ARAEX Rioja Alavesa in 1993 bringing together nine small and medium sized independent winegrowers from the Rioja Alavesa region. We represent Gran Sello Cavas from this group. Learn More
There are two kinds of people in this world: those who love bacon & those who are wrong.
Bacon is a Rhone style red blend from California that reminds you of simpler times and is Americana. Sitting around a campfire, strumming a guitar, hanging out with good friends, and drinking great wine. Learn More
Bodegas Baigorri returns winemaking to its origins in a state-of-the-art facility that is as much a work of art as the wines it creates. Built around the winemaking process, an elegant glass structure emerges from the soil and welcomes the visitor with a stunning display of the surrounding vineyards, emphasizing that it is here where the process begins. Learn More
Castillo de Monseran is located in Cariñena, Spain – the Spanish DO known as the birthplace of Garnacha. Castillo de Monseran is part of the Bodegas San Valero cooperative owned by more than 700 small independent growers with an average of 9 acres of vines, all known for their extremely low yields and exceptional quality. Castillo de Monseran’s old world charm and logo represent the traditional Spanish castles found throughout the region. Learn More
After many years marketing and assisting in the production of fine wine from all over the world, Alex Guarachi created a brand to carry his own family name and reflect only the highest quality Pinot Noir and Cabernet Sauvignon in California. Guarachi Family Wines is sourced from micro-lots within California’s most premier appellations – Sonoma Coast and Napa Valley. Learn More
Aurelio Montes, founder and winemaker of Chile’s renowned Montes winery, established Kaiken after falling in love with Argentina’s terrior-driven wines. Kaiken are a distinctive breed of geese that crisscross above the Andes across Chile and Argentina. In emulation of its namesake, the Kaiken brand reflects the best of both sides of the Andes. Today, the combination of Chilean winemakers and phenomenal estate locations –Maipu (Cruz de Piedra), Lujan de Cuyo (Ugarteche, Agrelo) and Valle de Uco – produce exceptional Malbec and Cabernet Sauvignon. Learn More
Brothers Hernán and Eduardo Gras, along with partner Christian Hartwig, set up the winery in 1993, combining state-of-the-art technology with the talent and passion of a very special group of people.
Today, we are one of the largest family-owned Chilean wineries, exporting to more than 30 countries worldwide. With more than 25 years of existence in both the national and international markets, MontGras has been consistently ranked among the TOP 15 Wineries from Chile in the exports of bottled and packaged wine. Learn More
Crafted from the historic Friuli and Prosecco DOC regions, Nobilissima is a reflection of the legendary spirit of Italy. A wine that personifies nobility and style, Nobilissima introduces an authentic taste of Italian flavor, sophistication and culture to the U.S. consumer. Nobilissima’s authenticity is further accentuated by its elegant packaging, which pays homage to the protector of Venice – a winged lion that sits atop the majestic eastern column in the Piazzetta di San Marco and has come to symbolize the strength and pride of its people. Learn More
It is our pleasure at Parker Station to not only remind you what a great wine should be, but to show you a great wine you can afford to drink daily. We do this by crafting superb wines from the very best vineyards of California and providing unsurpassed quality and value to you. Enjoy our medium to full-bodied Pinot Noir, crisp and fruity Chardonnay, or rich and complex Cabernet Sauvignon with your favorite meals or just by themselves. Any one of them is the perfect pairing with…well, anything! Learn More
– James Laube, Wine Spectator
Great wine is all about tension and the elusiveness of this characteristic.
An abstract energy that a wine possesses, inspired by picking at just the right moment and then getting out of the way.
tenshen red exhibits brooding dark fruit that is accented by Santa Barbara spice and completed by a mouthwatering finish. The white presents aromas of tangerine and ripe melon that lead to flavors of peach and apricot. The rose features phenomenal structure and texture with a clean, fruity finish. Learn More
Inspired by the village pedaler, who defies gravity in peculiar ways, The Pedaler wines invite you to slow down and enjoy life’s amusing little quirks. The Pedaler is the perfect wine to pair with food. Learn More
In 2004, Alexander Vik, a Norwegian entrepreneur, proposed the creation of a world-class vineyard to produce a unique wine.
A holistic vineyard creating world class wines, located on 11.000 acres of Chilean nature, and featuring an architecturally exceptional winery, restaurant and retreat. “Science and knowledge are our foundation, passion is our engine and the wine is the expression of our Art”
The viti-vinicultural concept at VIK is based on the technique of optimizing each stage of grape growing and wine production, with an important focus on science and technology, all of which is adapted to each of our valleys in order to achieve the optimum maturity levels in our fruit and to create the best wine. Learn More
Uncorked by Cosmopolitan is a non-boring, mouth-watering collection of wines perfect for everyday drinking (or drinking every day, no judgement!). Each bottle was taste-tested (it was so, so hard) and hand-picked by Cosmopolitan editors. We present to you the fruits (heh) of our labor.
Vivanco is more than just a family name–it is a contemporary oenological project with unique, singular wines from the family vineyards that includes a unique museum where visitors can discover the essence of wine based on experience, sensibility and innovation. In 2004, the Vivanco family decided to make their lifelong dream come true with enthusiasm and dedication in Briones, La Rioja by establishing a foundation to share their passion for wine culture with the world and as a way to merge the past to present and pay homage to the generations that came prior. With a humble origin in the vineyard, wine has been the cornerstone of the family for four generations and 100 years of hard work, dedication, and commitment. With a pioneering spirit and boundless enthusiasm, Vivanco aims to give back to the wine industry everything that has been given the family. Learn More
GARNACHA has traditionally been the second most planted grape variety in Rioja. It is locally known as La Maldita (The Accursed or Little Bad One), due to the difficulties it poses in making high quality wines and to its yields, so low that there is little profit for the grape grower. That is why many have opted for grubbing it up to replace it with other varieties. The wines of La Maldita aim to recover this Rioja heritage, proving that this is a great land for growing GARNACHA. To do this, we choose vineyards planted at higher altitudes in soils where this variety is expressed at its fullest. Learn More
The “Surf Swim” beach sign is much more than simple instructions; it is the symbol of never ending summer. Inspired by Southern California’s beach culture, Surf Swim offers sun ripe aromas of peaches, ocean cooled flavors of pineapple and finishes with waves of banana peels. Learn More
Altitude 5,985 Feet
Alto Molino grows and harvest their grapes among the clouds at an elevation of 5,985 feet. One of the highest altitude vineyards in Argentina and possibly the world. This land was an early agricultural center of the Diaguita people that dates back to 860 AD. Our first planting here was a decade ago. The allure was simply fertile land and the abundance of pure water. The same attraction that motivated the founders of Alto Molino. Here they uncovered Calcium Carbonate stones with a rich Calcareous soils and perfect climate to produce world class wines.
Organic by Nature
Loscano Wines are grown in the high altitude of the Uco Valley, Mendoza
The snow-covered Andes Mountains frame the back drop of where Argentina has been producing wine since 1551. The grapes we grow, and the wine we produce are the finest in the world. The growing season offers the fruit a long hang time which matures the grapes with warm days and cool evenings. The soils are the secret behind our great wines. A loom clay soil which offers the right nutrients and perfect drainage. With only eight inches of rain per year, we rely heavily on the snow melt of the Andes. Delivered through a drip system which allows our viticulturists to control the proper stress to the plants. This practice of water conservation makes farming possible in high desert regions.
With centuries of agricultural experience, the native Mendoceneans have created an Oasis in a land that offers a near perfect growing region for wines. Argentina has become the 5th largest exporter and grape growing country in the world. Mother Nature delivers eighty-percent of what’s in the bottle, but the twenty- percent our wine makers add their viticulture knowledge and winemaker passion to produce wines that are memorable. On your visit to Argentina join us in our tasting room. Take a vineyard tour, meet the winemaker and relax in the beauty of the Andes with a glass of Loscano, Cheers!
Valeria Antolin Piattelli Winemaker
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