Our pioneers include such legacy winemakers as Henry J. Lindeman, who first planted vines in the Lower Hunter Valley in 1843, and Mary Penfold, dating back to 1844, and her remarkable contribution to winemaking in Australia. And there’s Jacob and Frederick Beringer in the US, along with Andrea Sbarboro and the Asti winery dating back to the 1880s. Even further back in time is our 12th Century Castello di Gabbiano vineyard that has been producing astounding Chianti for 1,000 years. And today, our trailblazers, such as acclaimed winemaker Margo Van Staaveren of Chateau St. Jean and Bill and Ross Spence, founders of Matua Valley in New Zealand, with their country’s first ever sauvignon blanc, continue to surprise and astound.
Whatever corner of the earth our wines come from, whatever their vintage, we’re intensely proud of the legacies and our people that have created them, and of those who continue to perpetuate our remarkable winemaking story.
These are just a sample of their North and South American portfolio. Click here for the full portfolio.
- Class Up Game Day With Barbecue Friendly Wines - February 5, 2016
- 30 Minute Meals: Beer Braised Barbecue Chicken Sliders - February 3, 2016
- Blackberry Chipotle Red Wine Barbecue Sauce - February 3, 2016
- Mozzarella Stuffed Turkey Mini Meatball Sliders - February 3, 2016
- Grilled Fingerlings With Cabernet Ketchup By Winemaker Tom Gore - February 3, 2016
- Wine Review: Tom Gore 2013 Cabernet Sauvignon, California - February 3, 2016
- Wine Review: Joseph Phelps Scheurebe 2012, St. Helena - February 3, 2016
- Pigskin and Punch: Party Sized Cocktails for the Big Game - February 3, 2016
- 5 Romantic Cocktails From The World’s Best Hotel Bars - January 24, 2016
- Simple Soup Recipes: Annabel Langbein’s Split Pea and Ham Soup - January 22, 2016