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Appalina
J.P. Chenet Liqueur
J.P. Chenet Liqueur
J.P. Chenet Liqueur
Самые изысканные французские вина не могут похвастаться такой яркой историей создания, как J.P. CHENET. Более 400 лет прошло со дня рождения Жана-Поля Шене — человека-легенды, внесшего неоценимый вклад в развитие французского виноделия. Его вина, как и вся жизнь, окутаны романтическим ореолом легенд Франции эпохи Возрождения. Жажда безупречного вкуса и безграничная любовь винодела к винограду и вину подарили миру французский винный бренд №1 в мире - J.P. CHENET.
 
Расцвет винодельческого таланта Жана-Поля Шане пришелся на годы правления блистательного Людовика XIV. Именно поэтому характер вин созвучен изысканности и романтизму эпохи Короля- Солнца. Даже форма знаменитой бутылки со слегка искривлённым горлышком, в которую разливаются вина J.P.CHENET, волей случая связана с Людовиком XIV и чутким остроумием Жана - Поля Шане. Согласно легенде, однажды Людовику XIV подали на обед вино от любимого винодела Жана - Поля Шене. Вино было отменным, но искривленная форма бутылки разочаровала короля и он немедленно приказал доставить винодела в Лувр.
Возмущению Людовика XIV несовершенством сосуда не было предела, однако винодел умело превратил изъян в достоинство:
— Она не кривая. Бутылка прямая, но склоняется перед блеском Вашего Величества, — ответил
находчивый винодел.
— Да, действительно, она напоминает мне поклон моих прелестных фрейлин, — ответил Король-
Солнце и велел наградить мастера.
С тех пор все вина от Жана - Поля Шене разливают в бутылки со слегка искривлённым горлышком.
Бренд №1 в надежных руках!
Cегодня J.P.CHENET — самое продаваемое в мире французское вино, бренд №1 в мире. Сегодня вина
ТМ JP CHENET продаются более чем в 160 странах. Компания Les Grands Chais de France в ноябре 2013 предоставила
Укримпорт KV эксклюзивные права на дистрибуцию ТМ JP CHENET на рынке Украине. В
ассортимент входят вина из региона Лангедок и Гасконь. Это тихие вина — Коломбар-Шардоне, Коломбар-Совиньон, Каберне-Сира, Мерло, Шираз, а также всеми любимые полусладкие позиции — белое, розовое и красное. И, конечно, в ассортименте представлены позиции французского игристого, главного героя веселых праздников и радостных событий, — Белое Брют, Розе Брют и Белое полусухое, а также игристые вина серии ICE Edition и фирменный бренди. ТМ JP CHENET — это все оттенки вкуса, постоянство стиля и гарантия истинного, европейского качества.
J.P. Chenet
J.P. Chenet
Appalina Sparkling
Cantina Danese Srl
Cantina Danese Srl
Cantina Danese Srl
The Danese family founded a wine business in the early fifties in the tiny town of Roncà, situated in Verona province in area of the Lessini Mountains National Park close to Soave DOC and Valpolicella DOC areas.
 
It began as a traditional wine merchant business, selling the wines in bulk or in “damigiana”, which is a typical glass container that was used in many Mediterranean countries to transport wine, to the wholesalers or directly to local osterias  in the North of Italy.
 
In the 80s three cousins of the Danese family founded a new company Srl (ltd), one of the founders of the company was Mario Danese. In order to meet growing national and international demand of bottled wine The Danese family invested in the first production facility.
 
In the 90s after the fall of the Soviet Union, Cantina Danese Srl decided to start a business with Eastern European countries and heavily invested in a modern and fully-equipped bottling plant.
 
Since 1997 Cantina Danese Srl has been fully owned by Mario Danese (father) and Luca Danese (Mario’s son) who is the also the CEO of the company.
 
Cantina Danese Srl is constantly evolving to perfectly fit the  needs and wants of an ever changing global wine business environment. As a key part of this strategy we heavily invest in new product development. The modern winery houses all elements of the winemaking process – crushing, fermentation, bottling and commercial office.
 
Annual production is about 12 mln bottles a year .
Cellar’s capacity: 60.000 hectolitres.
Cellar’s surface: 6562 sq.m
We possess a modern bottling line that is capable of packing 6,000 bottles per hour. This line is capable of filling both still and sparkling beverages including wine & RTD’s. A number of different bottle shapes and sizes (0.375 ml, 0.75 ml, 1 lt, 1.5 lt, 2 lt) as well as cork & screw-cap closures in 12 or 6 pack cartons  can be accommodated.
 
We have a fully fitted out laboratory on site for the purposes of micro and chemical testing. This ensures our wines meet our high standards consistently.
Cantina Danese Srl operates a state-of-art bottling facility that adheres to the highest of world Quality Assurance Standards - including ISO9001:2000, HACCP, International Food Standard (IFS) and British Retail Consortium Standard (BRC).
We combine these high standards with Lean Manufacturing principles and high-efficiency bottling lines including the integration of multiple robotic systems into the process.
 
Since 1950 the company has expanded from being a regional winemaker & distributor to having a presence on markets throughout Europe, the Americas, Asia and Australia.
 
Our passion for winemaking comes from our customers. We hope that when you open a bottle of Danese wine, you’ll appreciate the moment you’re enjoying it in as much as the wine itself. The entire Danese family is proud to be a part of your life; from a quiet moment with someone you love to a rousing group celebration.
We don’t produce elitist wines designed to impress critics and collectors. We produce wines that everyday people can drink every day. It is our goal to offer good value at any price point.
 
We never forget you have a choice. That’s why we all go extra mile in all that we do. We are proud of our reputation for our passionate people, great service and superior products, all driven by our “can do” attitude!
J.P. Chenet Sparkling Wines
Maison Camus (France)
Maison Camus (France)
Maison Camus (France)

The Camus Cognac is invariably associated with the world of French luxury; it is a conventional symbol of elegance and prosperity. He is considered to be the true benchmark in the most famous brands, and the words «Camus La Grand Marque» – «The Great Brand", which has been included in the title of the Cognac House «Camus» from its day one, determined its production philosophy.

 

The Cognac House «Camus» was founded in 1863 by Jean-Baptiste Camus, who swore allegiance to the cognac’s highest quality. His merit is in the fact that connoisseurs around the world recognize the cognac «Camus» by a unique refined aroma and a unique velvety taste. Jean-Paul Camus said that for the creation of good brandy you need only a little: that your great-grandfather, grandfather and father dedicated their lives thereto.

The distinctive features of the Cognac House «Camus» are the following:
- It is the only major cognac house, which is still a family business;
- It is amongst the five best cognac brands, which account for 4/5 million bottles a year;
- It exports its cognacs in more than 140 countries of the world.
The Cognac House «Camus» four times participated in the London International Wine and Spirits Competition, and it was four times awarded a gold medal as well as it was considered the best cognac in the world in 1999.
The Cognac House «Camus» was the first to use Baccarat crystal decanters for Cognac as well as handmade collection jars in the form of books from Limoges porcelain.
The Cognac House «Camus» has its own cooperage and five automated production lines for bottling.

AWARDS of the cognac house “CAMUS”:
Camus cognacs received medals at Drinks Business Cognac Master Awards and also received the award Grand Cognac Master.
At the contest World Spirits Award, the Cognac House Camus the first place as a “world-class liquor producer” in the cognac category and was awarded four gold and one silver medal.
Camus Extra received the status of “Best cognac in the world” at International Wine and Spirits Contest in France, 1987
Camus Extraordinare received the status of “Best cognac in the world” at International Wine and Spirits Contest in France, 1999
Gold medal – Camus VS Elegance.
Silver medal – Camus VSOP Elegance.
Gold medal and award “best in the category” – Camus XO Elegance.
Gold medal – CAMUS Extra Elegance.
In general, the Cognac House Camus was awarded the “Grand Master” (“Great experts of their business”), which is considered one of the highest standards of trust.


 

Peter Mertes Weinkeller
Samaroli Rum
Samaroli Whisky
Мoselland
Мoselland
Мoselland

In 1969, as a result of the merger of three large German cooperatives, the well-known wine making company Moselland formed. For more than a quarter of the century, the company has been known for its high-quality German dry and semi-sweet wines.
Having set out a goal to achieve the maximum level of satisfaction of the customer with their products, Moselland has been maintaining an impeccable reputation for a long time both at the German market and the export market.

 

Equipped with modern technologies, the production of the company complies with the most demanding standards. Commitment to quality of the products has allowed the production to earn countless awards and diplomas. “Life is too short to drink bad wine” – the main motto of the company. Moselland is in harmony with nature, resulting in wines of excellent quality and a great taste, typical just for this area.

Baron Philippe de Rothschild Chile
Lambay Whiskey
Marcel Cabelier
Vinergia
Loudenne Le Chateau
«Shumi»
«Shumi»
«Shumi»

The wine company Schumiis one of the leading manufacturers of high-quality luxury Georgian wines, the motto of which is “IMPECCABLE QUALITY – FAITH IN TRADITIONS”.
The plant was founded in 2001. The name for the plant Schumi is not accidental. In Ancient Georgia,the word “SHUMI” meant “REAL, UNDILUTED WINE”.
The symbol of the wine company is GRIFFIN – a mythical creature with the body of a lion and the wings of a bird. According to ancient legend, it was the griffin who brought people that first bunch of grapes, from which then the vineyards started growing in the world.

 

The plant Schumiwith the capacity of 2.5-3 million bottles of wine a year is located in Tsinandali – the major center of winemaking in Georgia. Its main advantage – a complete, closed production cycle – growing, harvesting (from own vineyards) and processing of grapes, wine production, bottling and sale in the world market. For its wines, the company uses only its own grapes grown in vineyards located in all Georgian microzones:Ojaleshi, Mukuzani, Tsinandali, Kindzmarauli, Gurdzhuani, Khvanchkara, Vazisubani, Akhasheni, Napareuli.
The employees of the winery are experts led by renowned winemaker BichikoKumsiashvili, who had been the chief winemaker at wineriesAkura,Tsinandali and Telavi since 1966, and since 2001 he has been working at the winery Schumi.

AWARDS of the winery Schumi:
“PRODEXPO-2002”: Saperavi – gold medal, Kindzmarauli – silver medal, Tsinandali–bronze medal.
“Yalta. Golden Griffin-2002”: Khorheli – gold medal, Schumi Wine (red) – gold medal, Mukuzani– gold medal, Schumi Wine (white) – silver medal, brandyIori KVVK – gold medal .
In December 2002, in Georgia – in Tsinandali, a tasting contest of Georgian wines was held, where the medals were awarded to: Schumi Wine (white) – bronzemedal, Mukuzani – bronze medal, Saperavi – silvermedal, Tvishi – goldmedal, Schumi Wine(red) – goldmedal, Akhasheni – silvermedal. Brandy Iori – Three Stars and Iori–Five Stars– bronze medal, Iori–Four Stars–silver medal.
On May 13, 2006, Georgian National Wine Competition –“Georgia – Cradle of Wine” took place: silver medal – Schumi, dry white; diploma “Wine of the Highest Quality” – Saperavi, Mukuzani and Kindzmarauli; diploma “Chachaof the HighestQuality” – Special Kakhetian Chacha.

Tatratea
Old St. Andrews Whisky
Baron Philippe de Rothschild France
Champagne Drappier
Corte delle Calli
Corte delle Calli
Corte delle Calli
Our identity cheers to life.
 
This is Serena Wines 1881 identity because good wine, such as life, is made of special alchemies: passion and perseverance to make the most of our work, pride to create our own story through innovative projects and high quality products, and vocation to share our own vision of the future. The Serena family knows it very well: we have been real entrepreneurs and ambassadors of the enological ‘Made in Italy’ for more than 130 years.
 
The Serenas’ roots can be found in Venice, in the ‘Serenissima Repubblica’. There are traces of influential personalities belonging to this stock already in 1390, but it is only with Pietro Serena, in 1881, that he chose to focus on wine. He established his first wine in wooden kegs commerce in Crocetta Trevigiana.
 
The two following generations brilliantly realized that the distinctive value of their family business in the future would be based upon an innovative and passionate research of new solutions to preserve and carry their wine.
 
In particular, Adolfo Serena showed the two paths to follow in the future: he created new and important opportunities to grow and improve thanks to his idea to unite the commerce of wine in jugs with the wine in bottles market.
 
In 1967 Adolfo decided to build a new business structure in Susegana thanks to the positive results he got and the new perspectives that he wanted to pursue.
 
In the middle of the ‘70s, Adolfo’s two sons, Giorgio and Gerardo Serena became part of the family business: Giorgio with his knowledge in chemistry and Gerardo with his skills acquired in the economic field, created a special synergy that became an exceptional engine for innovative technologies, problem solving ability and a strategical view. The two brothers’ innovative skills focused on social-economic dynamics and on the Ho.Re.Ca consumption habits. In 1987 they developed a revolutionary idea: wine in steel kegs. It was not only a technical innovation but it also brought profits on the commercial side. This is what the market was waiting for because it solved every technical problem related to oxidation and it perfectly adapted itself to every administrative and logistical need in relation with mass catering.
 
In the ‘90s and at the beginning of the new century, Giorgio and Gerardo Serena focused on improving the whole system on a technical level and they created different labels for wines in bottles. They added value to different qualities of wines that can be found in one of the best ‘Made in Italy’ area: Terra Serena, Ville d’Arfanta and Vigne Verdi were born.
 
The new performance skills and the commercial growth were exceptional and they required a new and important company headquarters in 2003: the Serenas chose to build it in Conegliano Veneto, which is in the middle of the Prosecco area. The Serenas undertook new strategical projects on an international level. The aims that they set were two: they wanted to strengthen a clear leadership through the takeover of new markets considering wine in kegs; and they wanted to create a new collection of labels, every single one of them with a unique personality and a different commercial target for the wine in bottles. In 2005, this international vision has brought to the purchase of a maison de champagne in Reims where the project ‘Champagne De Vilmont’ branded Serena Wines 1881 came alive.
 
The fifth generation of the Serena family has took part to the business management with Luca in 2004, who is now the international export manager. He has the task of keeping the excellence of the ‘Made in Italy’ in the world. He’s in charge to select the best types and the best quality of Italian products to export to the international market. The products have a contemporary and multicultural taste.
Corte delle Сalli
Corte delle Сalli
Corte delle Сalli
Our identity cheers to life.
 
This is Serena Wines 1881 identity because good wine, such as life, is made of special alchemies: passion and perseverance to make the most of our work, pride to create our own story through innovative projects and high quality products, and vocation to share our own vision of the future. The Serena family knows it very well: we have been real entrepreneurs and ambassadors of the enological ‘Made in Italy’ for more than 130 years.
 
The Serenas’ roots can be found in Venice, in the ‘Serenissima Repubblica’. There are traces of influential personalities belonging to this stock already in 1390, but it is only with Pietro Serena, in 1881, that he chose to focus on wine. He established his first wine in wooden kegs commerce in Crocetta Trevigiana.
 
The two following generations brilliantly realized that the distinctive value of their family business in the future would be based upon an innovative and passionate research of new solutions to preserve and carry their wine.
 
In particular, Adolfo Serena showed the two paths to follow in the future: he created new and important opportunities to grow and improve thanks to his idea to unite the commerce of wine in jugs with the wine in bottles market.
 
In 1967 Adolfo decided to build a new business structure in Susegana thanks to the positive results he got and the new perspectives that he wanted to pursue.
 
In the middle of the ‘70s, Adolfo’s two sons, Giorgio and Gerardo Serena became part of the family business: Giorgio with his knowledge in chemistry and Gerardo with his skills acquired in the economic field, created a special synergy that became an exceptional engine for innovative technologies, problem solving ability and a strategical view. The two brothers’ innovative skills focused on social-economic dynamics and on the Ho.Re.Ca consumption habits. In 1987 they developed a revolutionary idea: wine in steel kegs. It was not only a technical innovation but it also brought profits on the commercial side. This is what the market was waiting for because it solved every technical problem related to oxidation and it perfectly adapted itself to every administrative and logistical need in relation with mass catering.
 
In the ‘90s and at the beginning of the new century, Giorgio and Gerardo Serena focused on improving the whole system on a technical level and they created different labels for wines in bottles. They added value to different qualities of wines that can be found in one of the best ‘Made in Italy’ area: Terra Serena, Ville d’Arfanta and Vigne Verdi were born.
 
The new performance skills and the commercial growth were exceptional and they required a new and important company headquarters in 2003: the Serenas chose to build it in Conegliano Veneto, which is in the middle of the Prosecco area. The Serenas undertook new strategical projects on an international level. The aims that they set were two: they wanted to strengthen a clear leadership through the takeover of new markets considering wine in kegs; and they wanted to create a new collection of labels, every single one of them with a unique personality and a different commercial target for the wine in bottles. In 2005, this international vision has brought to the purchase of a maison de champagne in Reims where the project ‘Champagne De Vilmont’ branded Serena Wines 1881 came alive.
 
The fifth generation of the Serena family has took part to the business management with Luca in 2004, who is now the international export manager. He has the task of keeping the excellence of the ‘Made in Italy’ in the world. He’s in charge to select the best types and the best quality of Italian products to export to the international market. The products have a contemporary and multicultural taste.
Cricova (Moldova)
Cricova (Moldova)
Cricova (Moldova)

The «Cricova» winery enterprise was founded in 1952. Its founder was Petru N. Ungureanu, a master in viniculture and winemaking, who dreamed of sparkling wines that could be able to compete with the famous French champagne. He created an underground city at a hundred-meter depth, remaining after excavation of underground shell stone rocks (with 160 km length); it was intended by the nature itself for aging sparkling wines and vintage wines: an even temperature (12 – 14 degrees Celsius all the year round) and 98 % humidity. Here there are also the ideal climate conditions for growing grapes. It is impossible to wish a better place for the capital of wine. The holy of holies of the Cricova wine warehouses is the National Enoteca, with more than a million bottles of wine.

 

The «Cricova» wineryis the only enterprise in Moldova, which produces sparkling wines in accordance with the traditional French technology – «Méthode Champenoise», by secondary fermentation in bottles and subsequent «cuvee» aging in a horizontal position during at least three years.
In 2003, the Law of the Republic of Moldova declared the complex «CRIСOVA»Winery Enterprisea national cultural heritage object of the Republic of Moldova. The intellectual property rights of the «CRIСOVA» in Ukraine have been given to the «Ukrimport KV» LLC.
You can identify the genuine products of the «CRIСOVA» Winery Enterprise by making yourself sure of the label mark and logo of the «CRIСOVA» (without any attachments and add-ons), thus assuring yourself that the product manufacturer is the «CRIСOVA» Winery Enterprise.

Crémant Jean-Baptiste Audy
Azienda Agricola Ottella
Maldant Pauvelot
Stefano Fаrinа D'Asti
Stefano Fаrinа D'Asti
Stefano Fаrinа D'Asti
Stefano Farina - We are proud of our history: that of Stefano Farina and his love for the land and for wine. That of his three sons: three brothers who not only inherited their father’s passion,but who, in turn, have passed it on to following generations.
 
This is the story of our family. This is the history of our company.Our story began in a trattoria, in the 1930s. Stefano and his wife Giovanna were the hosts, serving delicious meals, but of course, there were wines as well! When Stefano realized that winemaking interested him much more than food, he decided to take on the challenge of creating a full-fledged winery. It took some time, but finally opened in 1939, notwithstanding the winds of war in the air.
 
With unbounded determination, he pursued his passion for wine, undeterred by world events. In 1941, Stephen and Giovanna moved to Erba, which became the hub for his family and those following in his footsteps. Bruno, Giancarlo and Gino – their children – lived there, with their wives and later with their own offspring. Ours was, and is, a real Italian family: we know that the key to success is sharing. You cannot have good wine without good viticulture. Over the years, Stefano passed on his passion for wine to his second son, Giancarlo. Inspired, Giancarlo headed to Alba, to study enology. It was the most natural decision: fueled by his father’s passion true – but it was also something that stirred him personally, his calling in life. On completing his studies, he knew that simply bottling and selling someone else’s wines would not satisfy him: he wanted to make his own. 
 
Giancarlo’s studies took him to Piedmont, one of the best territories for winemaking in Italy. It was here that a simple idea took shape: one that his father and brothers enthusiastically supported. They decided to take to the stage in the historical wine centers of Italy.
 
In the mid-1970s, we bought La Morra estate, and Piedmont became a part of our family heritage. The farmstead La Traversa, on La Morra estate, was our first winery. As of today, that idea has grown to include five estates found in Piedmont, Tuscany and Apulia.
 
Our success grew from that first purchase, and over the years we have made four more. Our goal is unchanged: we aim to be leaders in the finest Italian terroirs. Each step we take is carefully considered, and the final decisions are discussed and shared by all, father and sons. Forward thinking? Yes, but down to earth.
 
After La Morra came Chianti Classico, then Alba and Casentino. Finally, we set up in Salento, that gracious land by the sea, birthplace of the first wines our founder sold. Given its link to our family history, Apulia holds a very special place in our hearts.
Villa Pillo
Arthur Metz
Chateau de la Galiniere
Jean-Baptiste Audy
Jean-Baptiste Audy
Jean-Baptiste Audy

Jean-Baptiste Audy is one of the largest wine trading companies in Bordeaux. It owns the region’s best estates, famous for its truly aristocratic wines of ancient noble origin. Jean-Baptiste Audy’s estates employ only traditional winemaking techniques.
With modern technology and the best of traditional techniques, including oak cask ageing, Jean-Baptiste Audy puts on the foreign market a great deal of good French castle wines, primarily marked for being produced and bottled inside the castle.

Cantina Andrian
Loron & Fils Sas
Loron & Fils Sas
Loron & Fils Sas

Dating back to 1821, Loron & Fils winery is one of the oldest family-owned companies in Bourgogne and Beaujolais. Now, the winery is in the hands of the 6th generation, led by Xavier Barbet. Loron winery combined the function of grapegrower and owner, winemaker and winemaking dealer both in Bourgogne and Beaujolais. Presently, the company is one of the TOP 10 winemaking companies in Burgundy. And, in recent years, Loron winery became the first winemaker in Beaujolais, which is evidenced by its wide recognition in its cradleland, Lyon, and the French Big Golden Medal, Beaujolais Nouveau, awarded in Lyon wine competitions in 2008, 2009, 2010 and 2011.

 

Moreover, Loron winery produces all appellasons in Macon.

The infrastructure of Loron winery is well-developed:
-3 owned winemaking centers
-110 hectares of owned grape yards: 3 castles and 3 domains. Besides, Loron’s castles accommodate
-its own modern laboratory and a council specialized in grapes and wines.

Number of boxes produced in a year: 1.25 million a year. 33% of these sell in France, 33% - in Europe, 33% - other countries worldwide.

Staff: 10 winemakers – 7 enologists, 50 people employed in sales and production departments.

Cantina della Vernaccia di Oristano
Italy Italy
Cantina della Vernaccia di Oristano
Cantina della Vernaccia di Oristano
Italy Italy
A historical winery founded in 1953, in the last years Cantina della Vernaccia of  Oristano has started an important qualitative growth path that has made it a point of reference in the region.
 
Significant investments and an important restructuring plan represent the foundation for further development made by a natural and intentional generational change of management and staff of the winery, the heart of production, where our enologist can benefit  from the consultancy  by an external winemaker.
 
The great respect and the evaluation of the Sardinian enological tradition join the innovation of the most recent technologies to produce wines of great quality, expressions of a unique terroir. 
 
With regards to the vineyard, Cantina la Vernaccia can count on a management control and an assignment of the wine grapes by more than its 50 selected associates, an essential and fundamental condition to produce high quality wines. 
 
In the last years, we have already collected the initial results in terms of growth, distribution all over the world, customer approval and rewards from some of the major wine guidebooks and opinion leaders.
 
Among them there is  “Tre Bicchieri” of Gambero Rosso (given to Juighissa – Vernaccia di Oristano DOC 2008, expression of the “traditional” Vernaccia) that has enabled us, with the Guidebook 2018 edition,  to enter into the restricted ‘club’  of Sardinian companies with the highest rewards by the Gambero Rosso.
 
In 2017, Vinitaly (5 Star Wines Guidebook) was a  source of great satisfaction  with 3 of our wines in the guidebook and a score of at least 90 points: Maimone (Cannonau di Sardegna DOC) and Is Arutas (Vermentino di Sardegna DOC) with 90 points and Juighissa with 95 points (the highest score given to a white wine).
 
Finally, great satisfaction also for our Maimone Cannonau di Sardegna DOC 2016 with a Gold Medal at the prestigious International Contest Grenache du Monde 2018.
 
From the point of view of communication and public image of the Winery a new logo was recently born. Through the symbol of the Giudicato di Arbaree,  the eradicated tree, that represents the link between the territory and its historical and cultural roots.
The new logo and the new wines’ graphic design reinforce the historical  identity of the Winery and, at the same time, update the packaging, giving it more elegance. 
 
A complete portfolio with wines made from Vermentino, Cannonau and Monica grapes, and wines from local vineyards only found in the area of Oristano. Examples are Terresinis (Vernaccia/Vermentino, white vintage wine, “modern” expression of Vernaccia) and the Montiprama (made from red wine grapes Nieddera, one of the oldest Sardinian grape) that allow us to best satisfy all the needs of the most demanding customer both with the most known and representative grapes in Sardinia and with the high quality varieties of Oristano terroir.
Fossa Mala Spumante
Fossa Mala Spumante
Fossa Mala Spumante
A strip of land with a special calling, where the meagre lands of the Grave del Friuli suddenly become enriched with clay and silt, deposited over the millennia as the precious gift of the rivers which form this small napkin of plain running between the sea and the mountains. An ancient land whose very name brings to mind noble travelers and bandits hidden in those same ditches that even today border our vineyards. Our wines are born here, with their roots in the history and the precious substance of these fertile lands.
 
The ancient villa Fossa Mala in Fiume Veneto, immersed in the vineyards of the Grave del Friuli area, plays host and custodian to the valuable work which, year after year and with repeated wonder, transforms our precious grapes into wine.
 
Katia Roncadin is the proprietor of Fossa Mala. This is her world, immersed in this hospitable natural environment and in the history of an ancient land. The family estate makes its living from cultivating the vineyards that go to make great Fossa Mala wines, and that surround, almost as if shielding them from the chaos of modernity, the Stables, the Cellars, the Restaurant, the Shop and the 15 agritourism rooms that allow the Villa’s guests to enjoy the peace and quiet of this magical place in the heart of Friuli.
 
The Villa Fossa Mala complex, formerly called Villa Bassi della Meduna, in style terms dates back the 16th/17th century. It’s typical enclosed courtyard structure symbolises the “villa civilisation” that brought beauty to the Veneto-Friuli countryside starting in around 1600. The nucleus of the “noble villa” is adorned by a majestic and centuries’ old “magnolia grandiflora”. Other signs of the Villa’s rural past are the drinking fountain, the cobblestone paving near the old stables, and the large arches on the first floor originally used as a hayloft.
 
Several sections of the ancient architectural structure reveal the pattern of alternating river stones and bricks, used in past centuries to construct the walls. The torrential nature of the rivers of the Grave del Friuli calms and quietens at the point where it encounters the Fiume Veneto plain where, over the millennia, the slow and abundant course of the waters replaced what had been violently swept away upstream, enriching our lands with silt and clay.
 
Fiume Veneto, 12 May 2003: the Fossa Mala project began here, a young idea in a very old land, and one that was unique in its kind for the Grave del Friuli DOC. Initially 6 hectares, it soon reached the current size of 30 hectares: continual growth desired by the Roncadin family with the aim of producing important and unique wines, capable of eliciting strong emotions. The setting that encompasses and represents this passion is as unique as the intended results: an ancient villa in the Fiume Veneto plain, keeping vigil over the surrounding vineyards, over man’s labour and the gentle alternating cycle of the seasons which, together, have made the Fossa Mala a great wine.
 
At the gates of Pordenone, the rich plain of Fiume Veneto, which cradles the Fossa Mala vineyards, enjoys an ideal microclimate, stretching between the sea and the mountains and thus protected by the Alps to the north, while reaping the benefits of the nearby Adriatic.
 
The Friuli plain extends along the foot of the alps, to the south of the morainic amphitheatre: protected by the mountains to the north, the plain quickly joins the Adriatic coast where it enjoys an ideal microclimate. Formed in the Quaternary era due to the combined action of glaciers and later of rivers, it is commonly distinguished by sizable piles of gravel and stones known as “Magredi” (meagre land). At Fiume Veneto, almost without warning, the torrential nature of the Grave rivers alters and its rhythm changes to a calm slowness, allowing the creation of a plain which is rich in silt and clay, a precious substance on which we have founded our very project.
 
Furrowed by the rivers Meduna, Noncello and Fiume and by many other rivulets which are testimony to the hydrological wealth of the area, we have been entrusted these lands to do great things with them.
 
Nature offers its potential, but what translates this into wine is our passion. It is the constant labour of man that leaves its enduring mark on this bountiful land and on the quality of its fruit. The desire to give a determining value to the element of human choice makes the work very rewarding, albeit very difficult. The Fossa Mala vineyard, compact and low-lying, has 7,850 vines per hectare on rootstock of average strength and chosen from native as well as international varieties, both from clonal and en masse selections. The wine cellar was devised according to modern criteria which fully exploit the year’s work in the vineyard. Here, selections are made with due respect for the raw materials, based on a production philosophy which is attentive to tradition but also leans towards the development of modern, refined wines. The materials which accompany the journey from must to wine are steel, with its functional neutrality, and wood, with its ancient and irreplaceable ability to perfect the mosaic. To this is added the skill and passion of our technicians, pursuing that single objective of quality which underpins the very Fossa Mala philosophy.
 
“A modern wine with ancient beginnings. Tradition for us has never been a barren nostalgia for the past, but rather a genuine basis for setting and achieving new targets with competence and innovation”.
Massimo Vidoni, winemaker
 
Fossa Mala has always paid specific attention to the environmental protection and has become a member of FRIEND OF THE EARTH. This project is rapidly growing as the leading international label for sustainable agriculture production and selects companies who are concerned about the following:
• wild flora and fauna protection on its site
• appropriate soil, water and energy management
• social accountability
In addition, Fossa Mala protects all natural ecosystems on its property, by means of reforestation and grassing. Solar panels - producing 380,000 kWh/year - have also been installed to increase the use of renewable energy.
 
Friend of the Earth was founded in 2013. Coming from the positive experience of the Friend of the Sea certification for sustainable fisheries and aquaculture, Friend of the Earth works in more than 50 countries all over the world. The mission is to promote sustainable agricultural practices by means of certification and consumers awareness.
J.L.Quinson
770 Miles
Arthur Metz Cremants
Fattoria La Rivolta Spumante
Fattoria La Rivolta Spumante
Fattoria La Rivolta Spumante
“Fattoria la rivolta” is in Torrecuso in the province of Benevento at the contrada rivolta. Since 1998 the grapes produced in the vineyards of the Chaplin family are vinified in a splendid farmhouse in stone restored and renovated with taste and love. It has been equipped with the most suitable equipment for the correct vinification and is constantly evolving and updating.
 
The Cotroneo family has always been involved in various professional and entrepreneurial fields; from banking to industrial and building, from medical and pharmaceutical to thermalism.
 
In the early twentieth century, the agricultural company was born from the passion of grandparents Giovanni and Teresa. Combining their strengths and acquiring new land in the Ciurica, Rivolta and Roseto districts, they create one of the largest and most productive farms in the province of Benevento. At their death, over 120 hectares were distributed among the eight children. In 1991 two brothers, Mario and Bruno, decided to combine their land in a common management; “Ciurica s.n.c.” is thus born. Since 1997, the passion of Paolo, third generation exponent, has taken a turn based on the quality of the vineyard and projected towards the goal of transforming the grapes into wine for the first time, with the aim of entering the fascinating world of marketing. The “Fattoria La Rivolta” brand is born. From that year it is a building site in full effervescence, with the sisters Giovanna and Gabriella and the cousin Giancarlo restructures the vineyard and the cellar. Conversion and certification for organic production is obtained.
 
In January 2001 the first bottle signed by the Cotroneo family is in the wine shops. In 2004, the wines of Fattoria La Rivolta were introduced abroad. Today our wine is present in several American states, in Canada, Ireland, Luxembourg, Germany, Switzerland, Belgium, China, Japan, Czech Republic, Sweden, Russia, Thailàndia, Malaysia, Australia, Poland, Denmark and the Netherlands.
 
The winery, equipped with the most modern equipment, is divided into two structures, a purely technical for the vinification and the atra, located inside the ancient farm, where the aging and bottling of wines takes place.
 
The farm lands are all hilly and calcareous-clayey nature. About 29 hectares are planted with vines. Since 1997 they are cultivated using biological methods and from the 2001 harvest all the grapes produced in the farm are certified organic by the ICEA, an authorized inspection body. Following a precise and gradual program from 1998 to today, about 80% of the vineyard has been replanted.The grapes are all belonging to the Taburno or Sannio doc.The new vineyard was planted entirely in espalier with guyot pruning systems or spurred cordon. The grapes harvested on the farm are white, Falanghina, Coda di volpe, Fiano and Greco; red berries are Aglianico and piedirosso.
Fossa Mala
Italy Italy
Fossa Mala
Fossa Mala
Italy Italy
A strip of land with a special calling, where the meagre lands of the Grave del Friuli suddenly become enriched with clay and silt, deposited over the millennia as the precious gift of the rivers which form this small napkin of plain running between the sea and the mountains. An ancient land whose very name brings to mind noble travelers and bandits hidden in those same ditches that even today border our vineyards. Our wines are born here, with their roots in the history and the precious substance of these fertile lands.
 
The ancient villa Fossa Mala in Fiume Veneto, immersed in the vineyards of the Grave del Friuli area, plays host and custodian to the valuable work which, year after year and with repeated wonder, transforms our precious grapes into wine.
 
Katia Roncadin is the proprietor of Fossa Mala. This is her world, immersed in this hospitable natural environment and in the history of an ancient land. The family estate makes its living from cultivating the vineyards that go to make great Fossa Mala wines, and that surround, almost as if shielding them from the chaos of modernity, the Stables, the Cellars, the Restaurant, the Shop and the 15 agritourism rooms that allow the Villa’s guests to enjoy the peace and quiet of this magical place in the heart of Friuli.
 
The Villa Fossa Mala complex, formerly called Villa Bassi della Meduna, in style terms dates back the 16th/17th century. It’s typical enclosed courtyard structure symbolises the “villa civilisation” that brought beauty to the Veneto-Friuli countryside starting in around 1600. The nucleus of the “noble villa” is adorned by a majestic and centuries’ old “magnolia grandiflora”. Other signs of the Villa’s rural past are the drinking fountain, the cobblestone paving near the old stables, and the large arches on the first floor originally used as a hayloft.
 
Several sections of the ancient architectural structure reveal the pattern of alternating river stones and bricks, used in past centuries to construct the walls. The torrential nature of the rivers of the Grave del Friuli calms and quietens at the point where it encounters the Fiume Veneto plain where, over the millennia, the slow and abundant course of the waters replaced what had been violently swept away upstream, enriching our lands with silt and clay.
 
Fiume Veneto, 12 May 2003: the Fossa Mala project began here, a young idea in a very old land, and one that was unique in its kind for the Grave del Friuli DOC. Initially 6 hectares, it soon reached the current size of 30 hectares: continual growth desired by the Roncadin family with the aim of producing important and unique wines, capable of eliciting strong emotions. The setting that encompasses and represents this passion is as unique as the intended results: an ancient villa in the Fiume Veneto plain, keeping vigil over the surrounding vineyards, over man’s labour and the gentle alternating cycle of the seasons which, together, have made the Fossa Mala a great wine.
 
At the gates of Pordenone, the rich plain of Fiume Veneto, which cradles the Fossa Mala vineyards, enjoys an ideal microclimate, stretching between the sea and the mountains and thus protected by the Alps to the north, while reaping the benefits of the nearby Adriatic.
 
The Friuli plain extends along the foot of the alps, to the south of the morainic amphitheatre: protected by the mountains to the north, the plain quickly joins the Adriatic coast where it enjoys an ideal microclimate. Formed in the Quaternary era due to the combined action of glaciers and later of rivers, it is commonly distinguished by sizable piles of gravel and stones known as “Magredi” (meagre land). At Fiume Veneto, almost without warning, the torrential nature of the Grave rivers alters and its rhythm changes to a calm slowness, allowing the creation of a plain which is rich in silt and clay, a precious substance on which we have founded our very project.
 
Furrowed by the rivers Meduna, Noncello and Fiume and by many other rivulets which are testimony to the hydrological wealth of the area, we have been entrusted these lands to do great things with them.
 
Nature offers its potential, but what translates this into wine is our passion. It is the constant labour of man that leaves its enduring mark on this bountiful land and on the quality of its fruit. The desire to give a determining value to the element of human choice makes the work very rewarding, albeit very difficult. The Fossa Mala vineyard, compact and low-lying, has 7,850 vines per hectare on rootstock of average strength and chosen from native as well as international varieties, both from clonal and en masse selections. The wine cellar was devised according to modern criteria which fully exploit the year’s work in the vineyard. Here, selections are made with due respect for the raw materials, based on a production philosophy which is attentive to tradition but also leans towards the development of modern, refined wines. The materials which accompany the journey from must to wine are steel, with its functional neutrality, and wood, with its ancient and irreplaceable ability to perfect the mosaic. To this is added the skill and passion of our technicians, pursuing that single objective of quality which underpins the very Fossa Mala philosophy.
 
“A modern wine with ancient beginnings. Tradition for us has never been a barren nostalgia for the past, but rather a genuine basis for setting and achieving new targets with competence and innovation”.
Massimo Vidoni, winemaker
 
Fossa Mala has always paid specific attention to the environmental protection and has become a member of FRIEND OF THE EARTH. This project is rapidly growing as the leading international label for sustainable agriculture production and selects companies who are concerned about the following:
• wild flora and fauna protection on its site
• appropriate soil, water and energy management
• social accountability
In addition, Fossa Mala protects all natural ecosystems on its property, by means of reforestation and grassing. Solar panels - producing 380,000 kWh/year - have also been installed to increase the use of renewable energy.
 
Friend of the Earth was founded in 2013. Coming from the positive experience of the Friend of the Sea certification for sustainable fisheries and aquaculture, Friend of the Earth works in more than 50 countries all over the world. The mission is to promote sustainable agricultural practices by means of certification and consumers awareness.
Stefano Farina
Stefano Farina
Stefano Farina
Stefano Farina - We are proud of our history: that of Stefano Farina and his love for the land and for wine. That of his three sons: three brothers who not only inherited their father’s passion,but who, in turn, have passed it on to following generations.
 
This is the story of our family. This is the history of our company.Our story began in a trattoria, in the 1930s. Stefano and his wife Giovanna were the hosts, serving delicious meals, but of course, there were wines as well! When Stefano realized that winemaking interested him much more than food, he decided to take on the challenge of creating a full-fledged winery.
 
It took some time, but finally opened in 1939, notwithstanding the winds of war in the air. With unbounded determination, he pursued his passion for wine, undeterred by world events. In 1941, Stephen and Giovanna moved to Erba, which became the hub for his family and those following in his footsteps. Bruno, Giancarlo and Gino – their children – lived there, with their wives and later with their own offspring. Ours was, and is, a real Italian family: we know that the key to success is sharing. You cannot have good wine without good viticulture. Over the years, Stefano passed on his passion for wine to his second son, Giancarlo. Inspired, Giancarlo headed to Alba, to study enology. It was the most natural decision: fueled by his father’s passion true – but it was also something that stirred him personally, his calling in life. On completing his studies, he knew that simply bottling and selling someone else’s wines would not satisfy him: he wanted to make his own. 
 
Giancarlo’s studies took him to Piedmont, one of the best territories for winemaking in Italy. It was here that a simple idea took shape: one that his father and brothers enthusiastically supported. They decided to take to the stage in the historical wine centers of Italy.
 
In the mid-1970s, we bought La Morra estate, and Piedmont became a part of our family heritage. The farmstead La Traversa, on La Morra estate, was our first winery. As of today, that idea has grown to include five estates found in Piedmont, Tuscany and Apulia.
 
Our success grew from that first purchase, and over the years we have made four more. Our goal is unchanged: we aim to be leaders in the finest Italian terroirs. Each step we take is carefully considered, and the final decisions are discussed and shared by all, father and sons. Forward thinking? Yes, but down to earth.
 
After La Morra came Chianti Classico, then Alba and Casentino. Finally, we set up in Salento, that gracious land by the sea, birthplace of the first wines our founder sold. Given its link to our family history, Apulia holds a very special place in our hearts.
Fattoria La Rivolta
Fattoria La Rivolta
Fattoria La Rivolta
“Fattoria la rivolta” is in Torrecuso in the province of Benevento at the contrada rivolta. Since 1998 the grapes produced in the vineyards of the Chaplin family are vinified in a splendid farmhouse in stone restored and renovated with taste and love. It has been equipped with the most suitable equipment for the correct vinification and is constantly evolving and updating.
 
The Cotroneo family has always been involved in various professional and entrepreneurial fields; from banking to industrial and building, from medical and pharmaceutical to thermalism.
 
In the early twentieth century, the agricultural company was born from the passion of grandparents Giovanni and Teresa. Combining their strengths and acquiring new land in the Ciurica, Rivolta and Roseto districts, they create one of the largest and most productive farms in the province of Benevento. At their death, over 120 hectares were distributed among the eight children. In 1991 two brothers, Mario and Bruno, decided to combine their land in a common management; “Ciurica s.n.c.” is thus born. Since 1997, the passion of Paolo, third generation exponent, has taken a turn based on the quality of the vineyard and projected towards the goal of transforming the grapes into wine for the first time, with the aim of entering the fascinating world of marketing. The “Fattoria La Rivolta” brand is born. From that year it is a building site in full effervescence, with the sisters Giovanna and Gabriella and the cousin Giancarlo restructures the vineyard and the cellar. Conversion and certification for organic production is obtained.
 
In January 2001 the first bottle signed by the Cotroneo family is in the wine shops. In 2004, the wines of Fattoria La Rivolta were introduced abroad. Today our wine is present in several American states, in Canada, Ireland, Luxembourg, Germany, Switzerland, Belgium, China, Japan, Czech Republic, Sweden, Russia, Thailàndia, Malaysia, Australia, Poland, Denmark and the Netherlands.
 
The winery, equipped with the most modern equipment, is divided into two structures, a purely technical for the vinification and the atra, located inside the ancient farm, where the aging and bottling of wines takes place.
 
The farm lands are all hilly and calcareous-clayey nature. About 29 hectares are planted with vines. Since 1997 they are cultivated using biological methods and from the 2001 harvest all the grapes produced in the farm are certified organic by the ICEA, an authorized inspection body. Following a precise and gradual program from 1998 to today, about 80% of the vineyard has been replanted.The grapes are all belonging to the Taburno or Sannio doc.The new vineyard was planted entirely in espalier with guyot pruning systems or spurred cordon. The grapes harvested on the farm are white, Falanghina, Coda di volpe, Fiano and Greco; red berries are Aglianico and piedirosso.
La Valentina
Italy Italy
La Valentina
La Valentina
Italy Italy
La Valentina  was born on the hills overlooking Spoltore, which is near Pescara in Central Italy, in 1990. The owners, Sabatino, Roberto e Andrea Di Properzio, have been running the company since putting their development project into action in 1994.
 
After the first few years spent studying the Santa Teresa vineyard, their continuous efforts to keep improving quality and to achieve recognition for the high-quality D.O.C. wines from the Abruzzo region have become the principal goals in the company philosophy. We have learned to understand our land more fully by respecting and tending it. Each year we have had successively healthier wines of more and more authentic quality. 
 
Moved by our conviction that improvement comes only through respect for natural equilibriums, year on year we have rigorously applied our philosophy that does not permit the unrestrained use of technology and chemicals. We have decided to intervene as little as possible in what are natural processes, adhering to the concept that high-quality D.O.C. wine “has the mark of the vine on its grapes.” 
 
By ensuring that the land remains highly fertile and keeping the plants healthy, they are able to fight off parasites and disease on their own and express themselves. In this way they can produce the healthiest possible grapes of the absolute highest quality.
 
Our wines are natural products of our terroir – our unique combination of terrain and soil, which we try to convey to every bottle and which is the secret of our original taste. The local micro-climate and the land itself, to which our vines are bound and so well-adapted, give rise to wines of a unique, distinctive character. Convinced that a fine wine is born from the sum of so many small details, our objective must not only be to always produce fine wine, but also to make sure that our wines are always authentic.
 
Today La Valentina adheres completely to the principles of sustainable development and considers sustainability and respect for the environment as commercial necessities. Our employee training permits all our work and associated tasks to be carried out responsibly as far as the environment is concerned and there is also continuous monitoring of the principles of sustainable development. These are elements for which our company policies can constantly improve and so maintain our philosophy of having the greatest possible social and environmental awareness. 
Magnificus by Les Grands Chais de France
Underberg (Germany)
Underberg (Germany)
Underberg (Germany)

Hubert Underberg, the founder of the company, released his unique product to the market in 1946 after years of rigorous research. Very soon his natural herbal digestif Underberg has been widely accepted in many countries. Thanks to a great effect on digestion and excellent quality, the Underberg liquor has won numerous awards and medals all over the world.

 

Underberg has been a family company for 5 generations. During this time, due to personal initiative and responsibility of the owners, standards have been created, which many manufacturers look up to. Even now, the Underberg family keeps the secret of the special production process.
At the moment, the fourth and fifth generation of the Underberg family are responsible for the careful selection and balance of the mixture of aromatic herbs.
Emil Underberg, the grandson of the company founder, has offered an innovative solution to sell Underberg only in portioned bottles.
He wanted not only to emphasize and protect the originality of the product, but also to assure the customers will always receive precisely and correctly calculated amount.
The Underberg liquor has become a symbol of health around the world.
“Underberg – serving good health!”

Cantine Colosi
Casa Vinicola Abbazia di S. Gaudenzio
Claudio Cipressi
Claudio Cipressi
Claudio Cipressi
Passion for knowledge, sensitivity and insight, love in values. You will realize what’s in your heart.
Claudio
 
My wines are what we are. To talk about my wine is to talk about each emotion I would like to be found with the same intensity in every glass, every sip and every glance.
 
Te frst light of dawn, the spring rains, the moment when I could tell no, every little smile, the power of elements and the calm that comes afer the storm.
 
In every bottle there is a story comes from afar, between the emotions of a lifetime dedicated to this craf and the warmth of a family that has never given up.
 
If wine was one of the most important signs of civilization for Hemingway, for Claudio Cipressi it’s giving value to the land where he was born - Molise. Molise is a beautiful region with a unique landscape. It is largely uncontaminated and the vineyards have great potential, which is why Claudio cultivates 16 hectares with enthusiasm. He has reintroduced the Tintilia vine as well as two other native white grape varieties. Te native grape vines he grows now include: 11 Molise Tintilia, 2 Montepulciano, 2 Falanghina and 1 Trebbiano.
 
Claudio’s cultivation method is strictly organic out of respect for the environment, the farm is ofcially certifed as organic and since 2014 also the winery is certifed as organic. He is extremely picky in choosing which grapes to harvest, selecting each bunch by hand. In the wine cellar he uses a traditional, non invasive method to process the grapes. He pays a lot of attention to the temperature of the grape must and to accurately use the barrels for perfecting the wine. No fruit is added during aging, which alters the taste, and so the original flavor of the grapes can be tasted in every sip.
Pietradolce
Bodegas Dios Baco
Karlu Karlu
Umani Ronchi
Castel Freres
Castel Freres
Castel Freres

CASTEL FRERES is one of the largest French manufacturers and traders, supplying grape wines from the country’s key winemaking regions. CASTEL FRERES ranks number two in grape wine production output in the European wine market and number four in the world market (around 400 million bottles a year). The company range choice includes over 100 brands of wine from the key winemaking regions in France.

 

CASTEL FRERES’s products like Malesan and Philippe Dreschler brands are available within the range choice of UKRIMPORT KV LLC.
The founder and owner of Malesan William Pitters, Mr. Bernard Megrez, was born in a family of winemakers with years of history. The great achievement of this owner of large grape yards, including the well known Chateau Pape Clement, is that Bordeaux winemakers received recognition around the world: first, in various regions of France, and afterwards in Italy, Spain, Morocco, China, Uruguay, Argentine, and Australia...
It has been 20 years since Bernard Megrez began making Malesan wines. The company’s employees helped him make this brand the leader among Bordeaux wines, then he pushed it into the global market and set up a global distribution network.
The owner of 18 grape yards both in France and throughout the world, including the famous Chateau Pape Clement Grand Cru Classé de Grave, Malesan William Pitters Group, possesses every single skill required to produce magnificent wines in all the five continents
In France, Malesan branch wines are available in all large distribution and restaurant networks. They have gained credence in over 90 countries of the world. You can find Malesan wines on the menus of any high-class hotels and restaurants anywhere between Belgium and Japan, Italy and China, the US and Ukraine and Russia. According to experts, currently, Malesan brand is the fastest growing one in the French wine market.

Silver Moki
Vinos & Bodegas S.A.
Vinos & Bodegas S.A.
Vinos & Bodegas S.A.

The wine company Vinos & Bodegas was founded in 1997 by Roman and Santiago Kantarero. The basic principle and slogan of the company: “Reaping the Taste and Quality”. The company is fully equipped with all the modern equipment. All the production is controlled by ISO 9001. The winery occupies an area of 6 hectares, the area of buildings is 1.2 hectares, simulteneaous storage of up to 30 million liters. The vineyards cover an area of 420 hectares, planting density is 1500 plants per hectare, which makes it possible to get the best quality.

 

The main grapes are: Tempranillo, Syrah, Macabeo, Cabernet Sauvignon, Petit Verdot, Chardonnay, and others. All the varieties are perfectly adapted to climatic conditions and and soils, making differences for Spanish wines.
The Spanish winery produces a full range of wines, from simple table wines to mature wines.
Spanish wines by Vinos & Bodegas regularly participate in exhibitions and tastings, resulting in a number of awards and a wide recognition in many countries of the world. The products of this company is gaining a high turnover due to excellent quality and a good price. Thanks to the high quality, the products are well known far outside Spain. Today, the company exports its products to more than 40 countries in the world, cooperates with promising markets.
In Ukraine, Vinos & Bodegas is represented by OOO Ukrimport KV.

Krondorf
Manfredi Aldo & C.Azienda Vinicola SRL Via Torino
Manfredi Aldo & C.Azienda Vinicola SRL Via Torino
Manfredi Aldo & C.Azienda Vinicola SRL Via Torino
Our family has got a passion: wine. It started in 1930s when Giuseppe, named Pin, bought vineyards and farmhouses around Langhe and began delivering his wine in the valleys around Cuneo and in Liguria, using his wagon with horse.
In the sixties Aldo, still very young, begins working with his father, side by side, in the cellar and in deliveries, creating working relationships and friendship that continue still today.
 
In the 80s Gianfranca and Luigi, Aldo’s wife and brother, entered in the company.
 
Continuing on this road, new partnerships are established and our wines also gain foreign markets, from the United States to Japan, from Canada to China to all over Europe.
Today Aldo, Gianfranca and their daughters, Luisa and Paola, together with capable group of people, continue with passion this tradition, focusing on the quality of the product, the protection of the land and the desire to continue a family history started many years ago.
 
Manfredi’s winery is located in the heart of the beautiful landscape of rolling hills called Langhe -World Heritage Sites UNESCO since 2014 -, where just the best exposed areas are planted with vines: this is the case of Bricco Rosso’ hill, where the microclimate gives well-balanced and full body wines.
 
The word “bricco” comes from “bric” which is, in Piedmontese dialect, the hill: on top of Bricco Rosso hill is situated Manfredi’s farmyard with a beautiful view on Langhe and Alps all around; early renovated, it is now a pleasant place to relax while visiting the area or spending even just one day on special occasions.
Las Chilas
Bodegas LAN
Bodegas LAN
Bodegas LAN

Founded in 1972 by the largest business groups Bodegas LAN, standing for the three wine regions in D.O.C Rioja: Logrono, Alava and Navara (LAN). Nowadays, it is one of the fastest growing wineries in D.O.C Rioja, which during past few years achieved success and recognition of wine experts and critics of Spain and the entire world.
The philosophy of Bodegas LAN is that only the best grapes of exceptional quality can be used for the production of wine, even if it may affect the final cost of the product. For that same purpose, the traditions and modern technology have been combined into one at Bodegas LAN.

Only with own vineyards, one can produce wines of the highest quality. Bodegas LAN owns Vina Lanciano vineyards, which can be easily called unique. They are located on the banks of the Ebro river, where Rioja Alta meets Rioja Alavesa.

The soil of vineyards is covered with fine gravel and is ideal for growing grapes. Their total area is 70 hectares, the vine age is from 40 to 60 years. Specific microclimate of the zone promotes optimal ripening of grapes.
The plant is equipped with highly professional equipment. After initial ageing in oak barrels, the wine is aged in bottles in order to gain a f ull flavor and aroma in specially equipped cellars in constant darkness at 14 °C and humidity of 75 %.
Each bottle of Bodegas LAN wine is a symbol of high quality, so these wines are always among the best in the market.

Awards of Bodegas LAN:
LAN Crianza 2000 - Gold medal at the Mondial contest, Brussels 2005. Decanter Magazine – LAN Crianza 2000 – four stars. Wine Spectator Magazine of November 30, 2001, LAN Crianza 98 – 88 points. LAN Reserva – Silver medal at Mundus Vini Great International Wine Awards. Germany, 2006. LAN Reserva 1999 – Silver medal at Decanter World Wine Awards, London 2005. LAN Reserva 1998 – Silver medal at Challenge International du Vin, Bordeaux 2004. LAN Reserva 1998 – Gold medal at Mondial, Brussels 2002. LAN Gran Reserva 1998 – Gold medal at Mondial, Brussels 2006. LAN Gran Reserva 1998 – Bronze medal at Decanter World Wine Awards, London 2005. LAN Gran Reserva 1996 – Silver medal at Challenge International du Vin, Bordeaux 2004. Wine Spectator Magazine of November 15, 2001 – LAN Gran Reserva 1995 – 89 points.

Gran Castillo
Cape Dream by Les Grands Chais de France
Les Grands Chais de France
Les Grand Chis de France
Echenor
Les Grands Chais de France
Yealands Estate
Foggi River
Peter Mertes Сhile
Peter Mertes Сhile
Peter Mertes Сhile

«SOLO AMIGOS» - this expression can be translated from Spanish «Just friends».
The vineyards of the «Solo Amigos» TM grow surrounded by a picturesque landscape at the foothills of the Andes - in the Central Valley of Chile. Here the grapes get the best they need because of the unique climatic circumstances.

 

These ideal conditions for ripening the grapes result in the fact that wines become powerful, rounded and balanced.
The wines of the «Solo Amigos» TM are produced at the production facilities of the Wine House «Peter Mertes», which was founded in 1924 and is still a family-type company. With a team of more than 300 persons, this producing firm from their office in Bernkastel-Kues is active in the field of wine business around the world.

The enterprise attracts by its impeccable cleanliness, using thestate-of-the-art technology as well as by the qualityof the wines. Four glass container bottling lines daily produce 1,000,000 bottles. The industrial laboratory equipped with the most up-to-date equipment, is capable to immediately detect the slightest deviation from the specified characteristics. The wine production is strictly controlled: each bottle before it is packed goes electronic testing for identifying the slightest flaws. The entire wine material is carefully selected by experienced tasters, which can be employed only by such a large firm as «Peter Mertes».

Bellingham
João Portugal Ramos
Quinta do Crasto
Sauvion
Les Grands Chais de France (L.G.C.F.)
Gitton Pere & Fils
Imperial Vin
Imperial Vin
Imperial Vin

Pleshensky winery built in 1977 as a company of primary wine making was renovated and transformed into Joint Stock Company “Imperial Vin” in 1996. For wine production SA “Imperial Vin” uses classical selected grapes grown in the southern area.
The products include: traditional ordinary dry, semidry, semisweet, strong and dessert wines with the original design.

 

Finished products are made by hand using natural materials such as: jute sacking, jute cord, ceramics, wood, cork, sealing wax, etc. The combination of high quality products, gift design and affordable price is great.
In 2002, SA “Imperial Vin” planted 75 ha of Cabernet, Merlot and Moldova grapes. Additional 150 ha of land have been purchased, the area of vineyards is expected to be expanded to 1,000 hectares in the future.

Komrat wines
Komrat wines
Komrat wines

Comrat is a unique company in the south of Moldova. Local winegrowers skillfully and gently take care of the vine, receiving great annual yields of grapes, from which the experienced winemakers of the plant produce great wines.
The plant has been known since the Soviet era and still it supports the image of a stable and powerful manufacturer.

 

The company takes lease of vineyards and carefully monitors the quality of amber grapes, processing only high quality grapes. Recently, AO “Comrat Wines” has turned 100 years old, but, despite the years, the equipment of the plant is modern. Comrat winemakers are not inclined to suddenly upgrade the wine production technology and traditionally chose classic rules of its prodection, as classic wines are out of time and fashion. The experience of skilled winemakers carefully stored for decades creates miracles. Comrat wines are unique, impressive, and just like any wine from the southern zone of Moldova, inimitable.

«D&T»
«D&T»
«D&T»

Georgia is the cradle of winemaking. No country in the world has more ancient traditions of winemaking. Georgian wine making is now experiencing a real renaissance. The old tradition of winemaking are revived, unique grape varieties growing only in Georgia are planted, advanced technologyis introduced.
The testimony to all this is the brand D&T – products of first-class factories of the highest level and quality, which received the status of intellectual property of the company OOO UkrimportKV.

 

Georgian wines D & T–are out of competition: they are excellentlike the nature of Georgia itself, rough like a mountain wind, sincere like feelings and sonorous like songs.

Kakheti K
Kakheti K
Kakheti K

The Kakheti Kwinery is a part of the powerful corporation of Georgian wineries – Kindzmarauli. The Kindzmaraulicorporation was established by TamazKonchoshviliin 1993 on the basis of the old Kvareliwinery Red Сellar. The history of the plant beginsinthe 18thcentury, with the reign of Erekle II. Since 1997, the corporation has owned more than two-thirds of the entire area of the microzoneKindzmarauli. All the vineyards owned by the corporation, the largest in Kvareli, are located exclusively in Kindzmarauli (there are small vineyards in such microzonesas Mukuzani, Tsinandali, Alazani Valley).

 

This gives the corporation a considerable advantage over other winemaking enterprises in Georgia. In addition to the vineyards, the corporation has its own hydroelectric plant, which provides electricity not only to the winery, but to the town of Kvareli and four nearby villages as well. Wines of AO Kindzmarauliare wines with a good value for money.
The corporation lives up to its present status. In enterprises of Kindzmarauli, a complete cycle of winemaking is strictly obeyed, suggesting the presence of own land, own vineyards and own nursery required for selection and breeding of new rare grape varieties. Harvested grapes are fed to the plant, where skilled winemakers produce natural Georgian wine. For wine ageing, a unique underground storage with the length of 8 km is used. The temperature in the storage is the best for storing wine throughout the year (13-14 degrees).
Products of OA Kindzmarauliare mainly exported, the largest part of export goes to America. The products of the corporation are also supplied to Ukraine, Belarus, Russia, Japan, Netherlands, Belgium, Israel.
At the New York and Paris Summits,the products of the corporation have been awarded gold and platinum awards. The corporation has over 100 medals received at various international exhibitions.

Porto Valdouru
Кindzmarauli R.K.
Old St. Andrews Gin
CRIСOVA
CRIСOVA
CRIСOVA

Cricova plant was founded in 1952. The founder – Peter Nikolaevich Ungureanu – is a winemaking expert, who dreamed of sparkling wines which could compete with the famous French champagne. The underground town at a hundred-meter depth, remaining after developing underground shell deposits (160 km), is intended for ageing of sparkling and brand wines by the very nature: even temperature (12-14 degrees all the year round) with 98% humidity. Here are the perfect climatic conditions for growing grapes. It’s impossible to imagine a better place for the capital of wine making.The holy of holies of Cricovawineries is the National Enoteca with over a million bottles.

 

Cricova collectors’ and brand wines are the national fame of Moldova and have won over 70 top awards at the most prestigious international contests and tastings in Bordeaux, Barcelona, Rome. And on top of this pyramid of fame,the Gold Star for Qualityshines, brought from Paris, the capital of the world winemaking. Since 1996, Cricova plant is a Member of Commercial Leaders of Europe.
“Cricova” is the only company in Moldova, which produces sparkling wines in accordance with the classical French technology – “Methode Champenoise”, by secondary fermentation in bottles and subsequent “cuvee” ageing in horizontal position for at least three years.
In 2003, the Law of the Republic of Moldova declared the complex AO “Plant for the Wine Production CRICOVA” an object of national cultural heritage of the Republic of Moldova. The intellectual property right for “CRICOVA” in Ukraine has been transferred to OOO “Ukrimport KV”.
“The real production of the plant can be identified by making sure that the label features the mark and logo of “CRICOVA” (without attachments and add-ons)and that the product manufacturer is the AO “Plant for the Wine Production CRICOVA”.

Azienda Agricola Ottella
Gran Castillo Sparkling
Old St. Andrews Vodka
Vinergia
Manfredi
Manfredi
Manfredi
Our family has got a passion: wine. It started in 1930s when Giuseppe, named Pin, bought vineyards and farmhouses around Langhe and began delivering his wine in the valleys around Cuneo and in Liguria, using his wagon with horse.
In the sixties Aldo, still very young, begins working with his father, side by side, in the cellar and in deliveries, creating working relationships and friendship that continue still today.
 
In the 80s Gianfranca and Luigi, Aldo’s wife and brother, entered in the company.
 
Continuing on this road, new partnerships are established and our wines also gain foreign markets, from the United States to Japan, from Canada to China to all over Europe.
Today Aldo, Gianfranca and their daughters, Luisa and Paola, together with capable group of people, continue with passion this tradition, focusing on the quality of the product, the protection of the land and the desire to continue a family history started many years ago.
 
Manfredi’s winery is located in the heart of the beautiful landscape of rolling hills called Langhe -World Heritage Sites UNESCO since 2014 -, where just the best exposed areas are planted with vines: this is the case of Bricco Rosso’ hill, where the microclimate gives well-balanced and full body wines.
 
The word “bricco” comes from “bric” which is, in Piedmontese dialect, the hill: on top of Bricco Rosso hill is situated Manfredi’s farmyard with a beautiful view on Langhe and Alps all around; early renovated, it is now a pleasant place to relax while visiting the area or spending even just one day on special occasions.
Cantina Danese Srl (Italy)
Cantina Danese Srl (Italy)
Cantina Danese Srl (Italy)
The Danese family founded a wine business in the early fifties in the tiny town of Roncà, situated in Verona province in area of the Lessini Mountains National Park close to Soave DOC and Valpolicella DOC areas.
 
It began as a traditional wine merchant business, selling the wines in bulk or in “damigiana”, which is a typical glass container that was used in many Mediterranean countries to transport wine, to the wholesalers or directly to local osterias  in the North of Italy.
 
In the 80s three cousins of the Danese family founded a new company Srl (ltd), one of the founders of the company was Mario Danese. In order to meet growing national and international demand of bottled wine The Danese family invested in the first production facility.
 
In the 90s after the fall of the Soviet Union, Cantina Danese Srl decided to start a business with Eastern European countries and heavily invested in a modern and fully-equipped bottling plant.
 
Since 1997 Cantina Danese Srl has been fully owned by Mario Danese (father) and Luca Danese (Mario’s son) who is the also the CEO of the company.
 
Cantina Danese Srl is constantly evolving to perfectly fit the  needs and wants of an ever changing global wine business environment. As a key part of this strategy we heavily invest in new product development. The modern winery houses all elements of the winemaking process – crushing, fermentation, bottling and commercial office.
 
Annual production is about 12 mln bottles a year .
Cellar’s capacity: 60.000 hectolitres.
Cellar’s surface: 6562 sq.m
We possess a modern bottling line that is capable of packing 6,000 bottles per hour. This line is capable of filling both still and sparkling beverages including wine & RTD’s. A number of different bottle shapes and sizes (0.375 ml, 0.75 ml, 1 lt, 1.5 lt, 2 lt) as well as cork & screw-cap closures in 12 or 6 pack cartons  can be accommodated.
 
We have a fully fitted out laboratory on site for the purposes of micro and chemical testing. This ensures our wines meet our high standards consistently.
Cantina Danese Srl operates a state-of-art bottling facility that adheres to the highest of world Quality Assurance Standards - including ISO9001:2000, HACCP, International Food Standard (IFS) and British Retail Consortium Standard (BRC).
We combine these high standards with Lean Manufacturing principles and high-efficiency bottling lines including the integration of multiple robotic systems into the process.
 
Since 1950 the company has expanded from being a regional winemaker & distributor to having a presence on markets throughout Europe, the Americas, Asia and Australia.
 
Our passion for winemaking comes from our customers. We hope that when you open a bottle of Danese wine, you’ll appreciate the moment you’re enjoying it in as much as the wine itself. The entire Danese family is proud to be a part of your life; from a quiet moment with someone you love to a rousing group celebration.
We don’t produce elitist wines designed to impress critics and collectors. We produce wines that everyday people can drink every day. It is our goal to offer good value at any price point.
 
We never forget you have a choice. That’s why we all go extra mile in all that we do. We are proud of our reputation for our passionate people, great service and superior products, all driven by our “can do” attitude!
Berneroy
Arthur Metz Vodka
Jules Larose
Prince Arignac
ROMANESTI (Moldova)
ROMANESTI (Moldova)
ROMANESTI (Moldova)

The "Romanesti" JSC is interesting not only by the secrets of its unsinkability, but also because of its long history, which is relevant to the Emperor House of Romanov.
There are some documents conserved showing that in 1850, the administration of the imperial court brought in Bessarabia French experts, who assessed the area as favorable for planting vineyards.

 

This zonule was located in a natural landscape bowl retaining a special microclimate. Three years after the visit of the French experts, the first plantations appeared in the emperor’s estate. And in 1878, the wines from Romanesti began to be shipped to the Court. This process continued until 1911, when the estate was donated, then lost at cards. As a result, it was owned by the boyar Cristea, who retained the profile of the winery, and continued to send wine to the tsar’s table until 1914. The estate was only constituted by the agricultural lands and a house with servants. The settlement of Romanesti was formed only later, in 1946. During the Soviet period, the winery was transformed into the eponymous farm-factory.

From the emperor’s estate, the winery building built in 1911 has survived. In its basements, the brandy spirits and wines are being matured, as well as the product collection is kept. Since 1980, the main production is located on a separate plot of 4 hectares. In Soviet times, the trademark "Romanesti" was widely known.
To date, the winery has been reconstructed. New lines for processing grapes were purchased; a new distillationproduction was opened: four Italian columns of continuous operation were installed. Not only the raw wine materials are distilled to the brandy spirit, but also grain and corn are distilled to the rectified spirit.
The tsar’s theme can be traced in the names of the series of brandies that have emerged after 2002, for example, the brand "Tsar’s Standard" was patented in 32 countriesunder the Geneva and Madrid Conventions.