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Marsuret
With a long tradition of viticulture, Marsuret, a local nickname of the Marsura family, produces wine on Valdobbiadene hills since 1936. Their mission is to produce a quality and world-renowned prosecco and Valdobbiadene DOCG Superiore through passion for growing family vineyards. The winery is surrounded by 45 ha of vineyards. Precise vineyard care, hand grape harvesting, careful selection, as well as modern technology, guarantee the quality of these wines.

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Mazzei
The Mazzei family originates from Tuscany and the first interest in wine occurs in the XI century. They begun to deal with production of wine on the Castello di Fonterutoli Estate in 1435 and focused all their energy and knowledge on the cultivation of Sangiovese variety. A constant desire for learning and discovering new climates has spawned a family to expand horizons and get acquainted with new varieties and terroirs. Today, 24 generations later, the Mazzei family is engaged in the production of wines on the estates: Castello di Fonterutoli, Belguardo and Zisola.

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Louis Latour
Winery from Burgundy, founded in 1797. Vineyards span 50 ha and include the largest number of Grand Cru vineyards in Burgundy. Today it is an independent winery, owned by the founding family. Currently, the Latur family’s 11th generation leads the winery. Over 400 hectares of vineyards are in the lease, present in various appellations. They have two other wineries: Simonnet Febvre from Chablis and Henry Fessy from Beaujolais. They produce about 150 different types of wine annually.

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M.Chapoutier
M. Chapoutier is a winery from Rhône that nourishes its vineyards with the highest regard for natural balance and climate since 1808. Family motto “Fac et Spera” – work and hope – says everything. Two words that encompass all the patience and challenge that this art requires: patience in relation to nature, the challenge for the winemaker, who watches, makes decisions and helps. Only then wine will be a true expression of this alchemy. Today vineyards are owned or leased from almost all Rhône appellations.

They began to deal with biodynamics and first try was in 1995 in the vineyards of the northern and southern Rhône. Bio like life and dynamics as an action.

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Louis Roederer
Wines are the fruit of hard work with fundamental ingredients, cooperation with experts, a quest for perfect balance, gifted grapes grown in the champagne country eventually producing wines with summer character and crystal elegance.

When Louis Roederer inherited the winery in 1833, he adopted a visionary approach to overcome every stage of wine production. He produced wines of unique style, character and taste. In the middle of the XIX century he began with the purchase of the Grand Cru vineyard, thus enhancing the quality and character of its wines. In 1876, the first Cristal was created for the Russian Tzar Alexander II and thus became a symbol of elegance. Today, vineyards cover 240 ha and 410 plots.

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Domaines Ott
Three properties, two appellations and one passion. The winery from Provence is owned by the family since 1896. And for 120 years now, they have been trying to preserve the tradition and meet the climate. Rosé is something that makes this winery world-renowned. It is a light pink color, golden glare, strong, elegant, fruitful…

“Earth shaped by man, sparkling wine, perfect grapes”

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Chateau de Pez
Chateau de Pez owns one of the oldest vineyards of Bordeaux. The winery was rebuilt in 1995, when it was owned by Louis Roederer. Under the plantation of the vineyard, it is 38 ha and is mainly grown by Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon. They produce unfiltered wines that always repose in the barrels.

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Domaines Rollan de By
In the northern part of Medoc, there is a winery and its 180 hectares of vineyards. It has nine chateaus. Each vineyard and production process are accessed with the most serious precision. Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon are grape varieties that are most frequently used in these vineyards.

“When designing each of our wines, we want to convey the best interpretation of Medoc’s essence, taking into account four components: our terroir, grape varieties, the environment and the expertise of our teams. On a daily level, the passion and dedication of our teams is the basis for achieving our goals: the pursuit of excellence, innovation and environmental protection.”

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Domaine Schlumberger
The winery from Alsace that has 140 hectares of vineyards, of which half are classified as Grand Cru vineyards: Kitterlé, Kessler, Saering, Spiegel.

As grape growers, they produce wine exclusively from grapes obtained from their vineyards. “For 200 years, we have planted a vine with the same dedication and passion. We are the guardians of the extraordinary heritage: we have taken the responsibility to keep it respectful of our culture and history, maintaining the balance between tradition and modern times.”

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Gazdinstvo Cilić
The Cilić Estate is a family estate, located on the top of one of the hills of the impounded Šumadija, near Jagodina, between the villages of Međureč and Lozovik. The winery is in the heart of the estate, surrounded by vineyards, from East to South-West. There are international varieties of grapes in the fields. The emphasis is on working in the vineyard, with the idea to transfer the potential of the grapes to the bottle. The winemaker’s facility is modern, functional, modernly equipped, and the processing is a kind of fun for the participants. All the wines, except the rose, after the fermentation, mature in barrels of Serbian and French oak. Wine of Cilić Estate are characteristic, layered and complex. Fruitfulness and minerality change with oak flavors, and they show true strength only after a few years in the bottle.

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TIKVEŠ
Winery Tikveš tells the story of Macedonia as a wine country since 1885 and it is one of the oldest and largest winery in Southeast Europe. In 2003, M6 Investment Group invested 30 million euros in this winery with the aim of modernizing and improving the entire production process. One of the world’s renowned wine critics, Robert M. Parker, estimated the 94-point wine “Bela Voda”, a vintage 2010.

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Vino Hilandara
Holy Monastery of Hilandar was founded in 1198. The production of wine in the monastery is as old as itself. Since then, until now, it has not been years since the fraternity did not produce wine. In addition to preserving old vineyards, the Hilandar Monastery renewed the vineyard in Sava`s Field in 2008, about 2 km north of the monastery. All Chilandarian wines come exclusively from the Holy Mountain, from the monastery wine cellar and own vineyard on Saa`s Field. Hilandar wine is distinguished by a successful combination of Bordeaux varieties and coupages and wines from sunny Mediterranean vineyards. It provides a rich and complex experience of powerful wines, with great aging potential, fully maintaining the unique “terroir” in which it was created.

Distilleries

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BB Klekovača
BB Klekovača is the oldest existing Serbian distillery, famous for its klekovaca (plum brandy with the addition of Juniper berries) the authentic and traditional brandy of Bajina Bašta and the mountain Tara, which is in this region for centuries.
For all BB brandy, a very strict selection of the best fruits from the region of Western Serbia is carried out, and the klekovača and plum brandy are based exclusively on the autochthonous regional varieties of plums. All BB brushes are produced by double destillation in first-class copper boxes, which are wood-heated. In the basement of the distillery, around 200,000 liters of high-quality brandy are constantly aging, of which half are in the barrels of Serbian oak from Goč, 500-3000 liters.

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Zlatni TOK
Distillery Tok, from Goč Mountain, produces superior fruit brandy from selected varieties of plums exclusively from its own plantations. The top quality is the result of continuous professional control of input raw materials, all processes during production (fermentation, distillation and aging in an oak barrel).

In the distillery, the production process is based on the tradition of the highest quality procedures, applying the highest achievements in the production of fruit brandy. We offer you only high quality fruit brunches exclusively for enjoyment.

And remember: drink responsibly, little but good quality!

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Berta
The Berta Distillery produces grappa since 1866 and is considered the jewel of the distilleries of Piedmont. Surrounded by vineyards, close to Asty. The focus of the distillery is the quality of its products. “Quality has an advantage over quantity”.

They priduce grappa of different styles and from different grape varieties. For a few years it is necessary to leave the grappa to be ready for bottling. The longest duration of aging is 20 years, as long as it takes Paolo Berta Riserva to age. Last year, the market was presented to the grapes old 70 years ago.

Wine equipment

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DIAM
DIAM is a leader in the production of technology closures and operates within the Oeneo group. DIAM closures help maintain the purity of the wine and ensure consistency throughout the life of the wine in the bottle. DIAM offers its consumers the guarantee of enjoying the cleanest result of the work of winemakers, from bottle to bottles, year after year. Since 2003, a billion closures have been sold annually worldwide.

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Seguin Moreau
From the founding of the cooperation between Seguin and Moreau in 1870 to one century later, when Remy Martin became the owner of this company, Seguin Moreau is the most famous manufacturer of barrels for wine and spirits aging. 75,000 barrels are made every year in three factories (two in France and one in the United States) and distributed in 45 countries around the world.

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Lehmann Glass
Lehman is a glass manufacturer from Reims, a city known as the champagne center. Work began in 1970, and they decided to go a step further in improving the experience of tasting by combining their experiences and skills with the experience of Gerard Base. Today we are developing degustation tools for wine lovers, sommeliers, cellar masters, Chefs.
Innovation – a design that influences the taste of wine.
Esthetics – light, fine and elegant shapes.
Simplicity – simple, complex choices, to satisfy both amateurs and professionals.
Practicality – glasses designed for professional and everyday use.

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