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  • Alta Alella
    Alella, Spain
    The estate is just two kilometres away from the Mediterranean Sea and the vineyards are planted on slopes and terraces between 100 and 250m above sea level. The vineyards are grown on Sauló soil, one of the most important elements that determine the wines from Alta Alella. Sauló is an acidic and sandy soil with a low limestone content, low organic matter and good natural water drainage. Each variety has been planted according to the orientation of the plot. The slopes facing south are planted with varieties destined for sweet and red wines, requiring a higher degree of ripeness; whilst the slopes facing the north give aromatic and floral wines, which is ideal for cavas and white wines.
  • Bodegas Williams & Humbert Sau
    Jerez de la Frontera, Spain
    The history of Bodegas Williams & Humbert goes back nearly 130 years. They participated in the creation of the Jerez-Xérès-Brandy Quality Demarcation and are now considered to be one of the world’s most prestigious wine producers.
  • Codorniu SA
    Esplugues Llobregat, Spain
    The best cavas are created in the vineyard. At Codorníu we know that the secret of a good cava is to make it with top quality grapes. That’s why we cultivate our own vineyards and treat each plot as if it were unique. Our cava grapes come from vineyards located in three different areas, with different soils and climates. We match each variety with the most suitable vineyard.
  • C.V.N.E
    Haro, Spain
    Cvne farms half of its grape crush. The remainder is purchased from long term growers from the Rioja province. Rioja Alta is the westernmost of Rioja's three sub-areas. It is influenced by the Atlantic Ocean's climate. The soil in Rioja Alta is rich in iron, limestone and clay, along with nutrients deposited in the region by the tributaries of the Ebro River. Rioja Alta is known for producing full-bodied wines with a medium alcohol content that are suitable for aging in casks, forming the basis of most red Riojas.
  • Delgado Zuleta
    Sanlucar de Barrameda, Spain
    "Delgado Zuleta is and wants to remain a family business, the Marco oldest (since 1744) , classic yet modern, combining tradition and technology, which produces quality wines and vinegars and recognized brand, designed to satisfy our customers and open to trends and emerging opportunities in new markets and convinced that some unique products such as those sold, must have a quality and appropriate price to what they are, because that has allowed and will allow you to continue providing the necessary resources to continue to compete in the global market for quality wines and vinegars. "
  • El Coto de Rioja
    Oyon, Spain
    Although El Coto is a relatively young Bodega, it is already one of the Rioja Qualified Designation of Origin (D.O.Ca) leaders. In the domestic market, no sales promotions or publicity campaigns have been necessary for El Coto to silently become the preferred Rioja Crianza of the Spanish, whilst, in the international market, El Coto is present at the best tables and wine lists in some 50 countries
  • Emilio Lustau S.a.
    Jerez De La Frontera, Spain
    A very short time ago four of Lustau’s sherries were chosen amongst the six best wines of the Denomination of Origin Sherry and Manzanilla, and now their creator, Lustau’s winemaker Manuel Lozano is savouring the sweetness of success. This particular triumph is not new to him, however, as 2011 is the third year running that he has been awarded this prestigious prize by London’s International Wine Challenge.
  • Viñedos Y Bodegas García Figuero Sl
    La Horra, Spain
    Founded in 2001 in La Horra, 19 kilometres from Aranda de Duero, Viñedos y Bodegas García Figuero is a family-owned winery with a prime growing location on the banks of the Duero River. The state-of-the-art winery practices gravity flow, automatic topping and controlled fermentation designed to create high quality wines with great colour, bouquet and taste year after year. Founders José Maria García and his wife Milagros Figuero come from a proud heritage of vine growers, and farm over 110 acres with the skills handed down from their ancestors. The vines that produce the prestigious Tinto Figuero wines are up to 60 years in age, and the family is unwavering in their mastery of the region’s most noble variety: Tempranillo.
  • A & M Navarro SL
    Villena, Spain
  • Abadia de Acon SL Bodega
    Aranda de Duero , Spain
  • Abadia Retuerta
    Sardon de Duero, Spain
  • ABRA
    Laguardia, Spain
  • Adega Condes De Albarei
    Castrelo Cambados, Spain
  • Adega Do Mollon Sl
    Nogueira De Ramuin, Spain
  • Adegas Valminor SL
    Orosal , Spain
  • Aecovi Jerez
    Jerez de la Frontera, Spain
  • Albet I Noya
    Sant Pau D'ordal, Spain

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