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Wineries & Exhibitors 

Italy

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Agricola Fratelli Broccardo

Italy

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Our vineyard are located in three of the most popular countries of the Langhe suited to the production of Barolo wine – Monforte d’Alba, Barolo and Novello. Our vineyards cover about 7 acres facing south and southwest. The composition of the soil, where they are planted our vineyards, is characterized by clay, tuff, sand and silt left by the withdrawal of the Sea Padano about 16 million years ago: the alternation of these layers gives to our wines excellent finesse, structure and elegance. Our wine cellar is located in Monforte d’Alba, which from 2014 is considered Unesco patrimony.

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Armilla

Italy

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For us, Armilla and its wine are a promise maintained to the man who created them and the “armilla” is the symbol of continuity: from Silverio to Ofelia, from Silverio to his daughters, from Silverio to his grandchildren.

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Azienda Agricola Inama

Italy

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We are a family who has been producing wine for over fifty years.
Now, in our third generation, we set a well-defined goal: producing unique wines in order to represent our vision of this land, without getting caught up in the styles and trends of the moment.

We are located in the Veneto region, between the two provinces of Verona and Vicenza.

Two close territories, yet very different from one another: the Soave Classico, birthplace of ancient and mineral white wines, and the Colli Berici, wild home of red wines.

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Biondi-Santi

Italy

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It is rare that the origins of a great wine can be traced back to a precise time and place in history. This is the case of Brunello di Montalcino which was spun from the creative genius of Clemente Santi, who pursued the pioneering vision of producing a pure Sangiovese wine in Montalcino in the mid Nineteenth Century. It was his nephew Ferruccio Biondi Santi, who produced the first official vintage of Brunello di Montalcino Riserva at Tenuta Greppo in 1888.

Since then, the history and fame of Biondi-Santi and that of Brunello di Montalcino have gone hand in hand, while the winery has remained safe under the guide of such talented winemakers as Tancredi Biondi Santi and his son Franco.

Today, like yesterday, Biondi-Santi continues its dedication to crafting wines which carry the signature of a special place, Tenuta Greppo, sporting a natural elegance and an exceptional longevity.

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Buglioni

Italy

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From an initial vineyard area of ​​3.5 hectares, the company currently has 36 hectares of vineyards cultivated directly with the traditional indigenous varieties of Corvina, Corvinone, Rondinella, Molinara and the recent plants of Oseleta, Croatina and the white Garganega. hectares that develop near the winemaking cellar, in the hamlet of Corrubbio, the vines are grown with the traditional system of the "double pergola", historically linked to Valpolicella, while the remaining vineyards in the municipalities of Sant'Ambrogio and San Pietro in Cariano they are trained on the "guyot" system, with a greater density of vines per hectare, and a lower yield, to the advantage of the quality of the grapes. The characteristics of the soil, light, alluvial brown and rich in skeleton, the careful pruning and control techniques in the vineyard, allow to obtain grapes of the highest quality, some of which are destined for drying for the production of more full-bodied and structured wines.

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Caggio Ipsus

Italy

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Il Cagg­io is a medieval hamlet in its own unique paradise, surrounded by rolling hills adorned with Sangiovese vines. This is the birthplace of our new wine, and one in complete harmony with its territory that demonstrates distinct provenance and an unforgettable taste.

At the forefront of Italian winemaking, Il Cagg­io is a winery that founds its principles on the natural as well as the modern. The potential of the terroir is maximised thanks to extremely precise vinification methods, with different clones or vineyard plots being vinified separately.

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Argiano

Italy

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Argiano is part of the history of the Montalcino region and it’s one of the most prestigious and historical reality in the area. The name is thought to derive from the first settlements in Roman times – ‘Ara Janus’, referring to the god Janus. Another potential origin could be ‘the land of the River Orcia’ – known in ancient times as ‘Orgia’ and therefore Argiano.

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Azelia

Italy

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We are a historical and small family-run winery founded in 1920 in Castiglione Falletto, in the heart of the Langa of Barolo, one of the most extraordinary wine regions in the world.

We have been farming with devotion for 5 generations vines of the three native local varieties only: Dolcetto, Barbera and mostly Nebbiolo to produce DOC and DOCG wines which exalt the typicity, the tradition and the history of our hills. Hills which are world-renowned for their uniqueness and have officially been recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage site.

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Bibi Graetz

Italy

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Bibi Graetz company was founded in 2000 in the hilltop village of Fiesole, overlooking Florence, where Bibi, who grew up in a family of artists, felt completely in love with wine and made of it his life. Thus, starting from the 2 hectares of old Sangiovese, Canaiolo and Colorino vineyards, he created the first vintage of Testamatta and Colore. With his artistic background and his vision Bibi created something unique. From the beginning Bibi fell in love with the old vines and their astonishing fruits.

This was the spark that led him to gather, over the years, the largest collection of old vines of Tuscany. Historical Tuscan grape varieties are the core of the production: Sangiovese, Colorino and Canaiolo for red wines, Ansonica for white wines. The vines are runned naturally, with hand-work and organic viticulture in order to express the features of terroirs and each single vineyard. Therefore, Bibi Graetz winery in Fiesole is the place where we close the circle: spontaneous fermentations, open barriques and punch-down transform the grapes into wines rich of personality.

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Brancaia

Italy

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Our family’s wine adventure in Tuscany began in 1981. Since the beginning our focus has been an uncompromising attitude towards quality and to produce authentic wines in harmony with nature. Today every Brancaia wine is a reflection of the magical place where it was created.

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Bulichella

Italy

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We are 2km from Suvereto, in Val di Cornia, a Medieval village north of the Maremma region at the boundary with the Bolgheri area, overlooking the sea with the island of Elba just off the coast.

Currently, La Bulichella (42 hectares in total) has 17 hectares of vineyards, 10 hectares of olive groves, a pond, a vegetable garden with orchard, a part dedicated to agritourism, and a small portion of woods.

The real turning point towards high-quality, characteristic organic farming took place in the 1990s, when Mr. Miyakawa and his wife Marisa decided to invest in the production that was and is most typical of Suvereto and the entire Val di Cornia area: wine. The project then saw the involvement of the local Bonaguidi family, who is acquainted with these lands and with this special microclimate.

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Caiarossa

Italy

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To trace a definitive line between poetry and technique is impossible. The tangible reality of oenological and viticultural competence mix indissolubly with the beauty and emotions that our estate, this place, gives us with its colours and aromas, inspiring our estate’s vision of the world.

The name of Caiarossa was coined as a homage to the soil, which is characterized by the presence of jasper, rock and pebbles intensely red in colour. A creative name inspired by Gaia, mother of all the gods of Mount Olympus, goddess of fertility and of Nature, of the very Earth itself.

Our story began in 1998, taking as its guide the principles of organic agriculture for the cultivation of the vineyards and that of geo-dynamics and the oriental discipline of Feng Shui for the construction of the cellars.

But it was in the year 2004, when it was acquired by Eric Albada Jelgersma, that Cairossa entered the world of quality wine thanks to the decades of experience which this family had acquired with two Grands Crus Classés in Margaux, Bordeaux, Château Giscours and Château du Tertre that has been sold in 2021.

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