More on the Dal Zotto Estate Winery
The story of Dal Zotto wine begins on the other side of the world in the town of Valdobbiadene in north eastern Italy
A traditional high-walled Italian town of stone houses and citadels surrounded by mountains, Valdobbiadene is a region renowned for wine-making. Owing to its generous soil and mild climate, vines hundreds of years old blanket the landscape. It is here that Ottorino Dal Zotto was born and raised on his family’s vineyard. The love of viticulture, appreciation of fine wine and dedication to the highest standards was instilled from an early age, his education steeped in the practices of traditional Italian winemaking. And so began Otto’s lifetime passion.
More About Dalrymple Winery
Nestled within a cocoon of mixed vegetation and rolling hills, Dalrymple Estate enjoys a unique and seductive aspect shared by only a few boutique vineyards littering Tasmania’s Pipers River region
Dalrymple Estate is located in the Tamar Valley at Pipers River, about one hour from Launceston. This celebrated vineyard of just 12.3 hectares rises up an easterly facing slope from 100m to 160m above sea level. Discovered by Dr Bertel Sundstrup in 1987 after a long search for the perfect site, this small mature family owned vineyard produces some of Australia’s most distinctive cool climate wines.
About Dalwhinnie Winery
Dalwhinnie is located near the tiny village of Moonambel in the heart of the Pyrenees region of Western Victoria, Australia and is a super premium producer of Shiraz, Cabernet Sauvignon, Pinot Noir and Chardonnay
After 25 years of growing grapes, the 18 hectare vineyard is now fully mature, producing true varietal fruit characters with great concentration of flavours.
More on the Dancing Water Winery
Dancing Water is a small family owned winery located in the South Island’s Waipara Valley
The focus is on crafting distinctive wines that accentuate a particular takiwa (place, district, region, time, season, space), that adds individual complexity to the varietal character and allows true expression of a great site.
About Dandelion Winery
Dandelion Vineyards really do wish you were here
Their vineyards are family, their wines are children. Serious stuff, certainly. Proper fun, absolutely. The lifelong search to appreciate and understand the essence of wine, its terroir, leads to a vinous treasure hunt, following the Dandelion's wishing clock if you will, that always inspires. Dandelion Vineyards are proven plantings that have stood the test of time.
More on the dArenberg Winery
The heart of McLaren Vale, past and present, d’Arenberg is one of the most significant wineries in Australia
In 1912 Joseph Osborn, a teetotaller and director of Thomas Hardy and Sons, purchased the well established Milton Vineyards of 25 hectares in the hills just north of the townships of Gloucester and Bellevue, now known as McLaren Vale. Joseph’s son Francis Ernest (‘Frank’) Osborn left medical school, choosing to forsake the scalpel for pruning shears. He soon increased the size of the vineyard to 78 hectares. Fruit was sold to local wineries until the construction of his own cellars was completed in 1928. Dry red table and fortified wines were produced in ever increasing quantities to supply the expanding markets of Europe.
About David Traeger Wines
David Traeger is known throughout Australia for making one of the nation's most popular Verdelho wines
Following an award winning history at Michelton, Traeger struck out on his own, and was met with immediate success. David Traeger established his operation at the Nagambie Lakes of central Victoria in 1978, focussing on Shiraz and Verdelho. Nagambie Lakes is a sub-region of the Goulburn Valley, located in the south along the Goulburn River. The soils formed on the banks of the Goulburn River are red brown, clay loams of moderate fertility with ridges of red sandy loams thrown up by the river system and more ironstone deposits located to the west.
About the Dawson James  Winery
Quality and innovation have always been the driving forces behind Peter Dawson and Tim James
The two friends met in Adelaide in 1976 when the Australian wine industry was going through tough times. Peter was a 21 year old science student from Geelong, Victoria, who'd just got his first job in the wine sector as a cellar hand at Thomas Hardy & Sons inner city Mile End winery, where Tim was the production winemaker. They struck up a remarkable friendship that has spanned three decades, and seen them work alongside each other for 20 years at Hardys before moving on in more recent times to new jobs and ventures. They have a collective winemaking experience of more than 60 years and their interest in wine runs much deeper than at career level.
About De Bortoli Winery
De Bortoli is an exciting, innovative family owned wine company, having enjoyed spectacular success throughout it's entire range of wines
The winemaking team is overseen by third generation winemaker Darren De Bortoli and his brother-in-law Steve Webber who is married to Leanne De Bortoli. The dynamic duo has been responsible for many winemaking innovations and developments. Darren De Bortoli is the creator of the world acclaimed Noble One. Steve Webber, recently awarded Gourmet Traveller WINE's 2007 Winemaker of the Year, established the Yarra Valley winery, the King Valley vineyards and oversees the Hunter Valley winery and vineyards.
Bella Riva Pinot Grigio 2016»
Bella Riva Sangiovese 2014»
De Bortoli Black Noble 500ml»
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De Bortoli King Valley Prosecco»
De Bortoli McLaren Vale Shiraz 2006»
De Bortoli Melba Reserve Cabernet 2012»
De Bortoli Noble One Botrytis Semillon 375ml 2013»
De Bortoli Noble One Botrytis Semillon 750ml 2014»
De Bortoli Old Boys 21 Year Old Port 500ml»
Rutherglen Barossa
De Bortoli Section A5 Chardonnay 2015»
De Bortoli Section A8 Syrah 2012»
De Bortoli Show Liqueur Muscat 500ml»
De Bortoli Villages Chardonnay 2015»
De Bortoli Villages Pinot Noir 2016»
De Bortoli Yarra Valley Estate Cabernet 2013»
De Bortoli Yarra Valley Estate Chardonnay 2015»
De Bortoli Yarra Valley Estate Pinot Noir 2016»
De Bortoli Yarra Valley Estate Shiraz 2014»
Deen Vat 1 Durif 2013»
Riverina King
Deen Vat 2 Sauvignon Blanc 2014»
Riverina King Alpine
Deen Vat 4 Petit Verdot 2012»
Deen Vat 5 Botrytis Semillon 375ml 2011»
Deen Vat 6 Verdelho 2014»
Deen Vat 7 Chardonnay 2014»
Deen Vat 8 Shiraz 2006»
Deen Vat 8 Shiraz 2013»
Deen Vat 9 Cabernet Sauvignon 2013»
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Emeri Pinot Chardonnay»
Emeri Sparkling Sauvignon Blanc»
Emeri Sparkling Pink Moscato»
Emeri Sparkling Pinot Grigio»
Emeri Sparkling Shiraz»
Jean Pierre Classique Sparkling»
Jean Pierre Sparkling Brut»
Jean Pierre Sparkling Rose»
La Boheme Act Four Syrah Gamay 2016»
La Boheme Act Three Pinot Gris 2016»
La Boheme Act Two Dry Pinot Rose 2017»
Melba Lucia 2012»
Melba Mimi 2012»
Montage Cabernet Merlot 2009»
Montage Chardonnay Semillon 2009»
Montage Semillon Sauvignon 2010»
Riverina Yarra
Riorret Abbey Vineyard Pinot Noir 2012»
Rococo Premium Cuvee»
Rococo Rose»
Sacred Hill Brut Cuvee»
Sacred Hill Cabernet Merlot 2013»
Sacred Hill Chardonnay 2014»
Sacred Hill Colombard Chardonnay 2015»
Sacred Hill Reserve Tawny»
Sacred Hill Rose 2015»
Sacred Hill Semillon Chardonnay 2012»
Sacred Hill Semillon Sauvignon 2014»
Sacred Hill Shiraz Cabernet 2013»
Sacred Hill Traminer Riesling 2014»
Sero Merlot Sangiovese 2006»
Sero Syrah Dolcetto»
Treviso Moscato 2007»
Vinoque Chardonnay 2013»
Vinoque Pinot Noir 2015»
Windy Peak Classic White 2009»
Yarra King
Windy Peak Heathcote Shiraz 2016»
Windy Peak King Valley Pinot Grigio 2016»
Windy Peak Pinot Chardonnay Brut»
Yarra King
Windy Peak Sangiovese 2009»
Windy Peak Sauvignon Semillon 2010»
Windy Peak Yarra Valley Cabernet Merlot 2013»
Windy Peak Yarra Valley Chardonnay 2016»
Windy Peak Yarra Valley Pinot Noir 2017»
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De Iuliis are a Hunter Valley producer who are gaining remarkable critical accliam, purely on the basis of their superlative wines
Originating from Italy the De Iuliis family have made the Hunter region their home since 1960. After a long successful career in the Hunter mining industry, Joss and Anna De Iuliis were inspired to follow their family passion for wine and chose a property in the Lovedale Road region of the Lower Hunter Valley, converting a grazing property into a 20ha vineyard with the first vines planted in 1990. For the first decade they provided fruit for some of the Hunter Valleys biggest names. It wasn't until their son Michael finished his postgraduate studies in Oenology at the world renowned Roseworthy campus (Adelaide University) in 1999 with remarkable results that dynamic of the business changed from grape growing to wine production.
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De Jarras
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De Ladoucette
About Deakin Estate Wines
The Mildura region was transformed from an arid and scrubby no-man's land to an agricultural oasis in the 1880's
Deakin Estate vineyard and winery complex is at Red Cliffs, near Mildura in the Murray Valley of North West Victoria. Alfred Deakin, a former Prime Minister of Australia, encouraged California's Chaffey Brothers to bring their irrigation expertise to the vast inland valley of the Murray River in North West Victoria. Since then the region has become one of Australia's most productive and prosperous sources of high quality produce including citrus, olives, almonds and grapes.
About Delamere Winery
The dry stonewall entrance to Delamere Vineyards can be found on the Tamar Valley wine route, between Pipers River and the seaside township of Bridport
Delamere is one of the original vineyards planted in the Pipers Brook region, one of Tasmanias longest running family owned and operated wine estates. Venture up the winding bush track, past the small quarry and a magnificent old oak tree to the rustic cellar door and winery. The devoted team here are fully focused on producing distinguished sparkling and table wines from the finest harvests of Chardonnay and Pinot Noir. Great value is placed on the varietal expression of these noble cool climate varieties, as well as the distinctiveness of site as reflected through the estate's wines. Through intimate knowledge of vineyard, hands on management and modern winemaking techniques, Delamere take aim at producing wines of complexity, classic cool climate structure and great character.
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About Delatite Winery
Delatite Winery is a medium sized family-run operation that was established in 1982 by Robert and Vivienne Ritchie
Specialising in cool climate wines, especially the aromatics, it is sited on a picturesque rise overlooking the vineyards toward Mt Buller in North-east Victoria. As custodians of the land since the late nineteenth century, the Ritchie family is committed to sustainable agricultural practices and winemaking with integrity. Visit the Delatite cellar door if you are ever in the district, and sample the award-winning wines.
About the Denis Pommier Winery
Denis Pommier
About the Deutz Marlborough Winery
Deutz Marlborough is the exquisite result of a winemaking partnership between the prestigious Champagne of Deutz and Pernod Ricard
Deutz marries the best of Marlborough grapes with Champagne methodology, presenting us with a multi award winning new world Brut Cuvée. A very stylish Marlborough assemblage of Pinot Noir and Chardonnay from Marlborough vineyards intentionally planted to create this very wine. Crisp, with impressive complexity and richness, yeasty and nutty flavours, excellent vigour and length.
About Devils Lair Wines
The winery takes it name from the nearby Devil's Lair cave, hidden amongst the hills of Margaret River
The Leeuwin Peninsula extends from 33.5 degrees south to the 34.5 South parallel. Tempered by the warm currents of the Indian Ocean, the area enjoys maritime conditions. At the southern end where the Indian and Southern Oceans meet at Cape Leeuwin, the respective warm and cold currents throw a pall of humidity and cloud over the area, moderating summer and winter extremes. Devil's Lair cave is an ancient, mysterious place known to have been inhabited as long as 40,000 years ago. Fossil remains of the elusive Tasmanian Devil discovered on the site are believed to be the origin of the cave's name. Hailing from the premium wine growing region of Margaret River, Devil's Lair forms part of the Great Estates that produce wines of the highest quality.
More About Diamond Valley Winery
In spite of their highly acclaimed releases and overwhelming success at wineshows, Diamond Valley Vineyards has remained a small estate, retaining the traditions of one of Australia's smallest family owned boutique wineries
Diamond Valley Vineyards was established in 1976 by the Lance family, on highly scenic terroir, along the beautiful Yarra River Valley. The hillside estate's vineyard is blessed with pure air, bathed in sunlight, it is a haven for kangaroos and native birds. The aim was to grow the finest grapes possible, and to handcraft them into elegant and distinctive wines of the highest quality.
About the Dog Point Winery
The name Dog Point dates from the earliest European settlement of Marlborough and the introduction of sheep to the district
These were days of few fences, of boundary riders and boundary keeping dogs. Shepherd's dogs sometimes became lost or wandered off and eventually bred into a marauding pack which attacked local flocks. These delinquent canines would retreat to a tussock and scrub covered hill which they inhabited, overlooking the Wairau Plains, designated by the early settlers as Dog Point.
About Dog Ridge Winery
Dog Ridge is located at the base of The Southern Mount Lofty Ranges over looking the McLaren Vale wine region
DogRidge Vineyards employ modern viticultural practices which optimise sun exposure and canopy health, resulting in ripe fruit of intense colour and quality. This desirable combination has led to the creation of wines that express outstanding depth of colour, aromatic elegance and richness of flavour.
Dog Ridge The Pup Cabernet Merlot 2010»
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About Dolan Wines
Winemaking legend Bryan Dolan was born in Clare 1930, the son of Arthur, Clare High School's headmaster
Arthur’s father and uncle, Arthur (Tim) and Thomas respectively, were the sons of Thomas Dolan, an Irish immigrant who settled in Clare circa 1860. These two brothers initiated the Dolan winemaking passion and pedigree when they commenced developing an 88 acre vineyard and small winery in 1895 on Dolan Road at Stanley Flat, just north of the Clare township. Bryan’s family moved to the southeast of South Australia where he grew up in Naracoorte. This rural environment led him to enrol in agricultural studies at Roseworthy College. When the first oenology course was offered a year later, Bryan signed on and subsequently graduated in 1949. That same year he accepted a job offered by Henry Martin, owner of the Stonyfell and Saltram vineyards and wineries.
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About Domaine Montirius Winery
Domaine Montirius
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Domaine Perilliere
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Domecq Bodegas
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Dominique Portet the man, the vision, the story
The Portet family lays claim to a singular accolade in the Australian wine Industry. Dominique is the ninth generation in his family to be committed to winemaking, yet he is the first to establish a winery and label bearing the family name. Since 1976 he has lived in Australia to create a family. "I'm at home here, I think my roots are here now." Although he now calls Australia home, Dominique Portet's bond with Bordeaux cannot be broken. His family has had links with the wine industry since 1780. "It is longer, but most of the records were lost during the revolution." The earliest document dated 1720, relates to the sale of Eaux de vie by Portet to the Martells.
More on the Dowie Doole Winery
A bottle of good wine can help solve many problems, such were the thoughts of Norm Doole and Drew Dowie as they watched the sun rise after enduring a cold, all-night session harvesting some of their fruit from the difficult 1995 vintage
Seeing their grapes being trucked away to other wineries and frustrated at not being in control of their fruit from that point, the two opened a bottle of red wine over breakfast and decided then to form a partnership, the purpose of which was to take charge of all aspects of growing grapes, making, bottling and selling their own wine.
About the Dr Loosen Winery
Dr Loosen
More on the Drift Winery
Welcome to Marlborough, home of Drift Wines
At the northeast tip of the South Island of New Zealand lies a unique patch of land which is known the world over for producing wines of elegance and sophistication. What makes this area so special is the soil, formed over centuries by slow glacial movement, the seriously cool nights, which help the men and women who tend the vineyards produce fruit which capture the unique flavours of the region. All around the world, certain areas are more suited to growing particular grape varieties due to differences in their climate and soil. In France, Bordeaux produces Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot whilst Burgundy produces Pinot Noir and Chardonnay. While very different, wines from both regions can easily command thousands of dollars per bottle, as they are revered for capturing the essence of these grape varieties.
More About Dry River Winery
Dry River have three decades of quality winemaking under their belt, producing individual, high quality wines which faithfully reflect the vintage and terroir
Dawn and Neil McCallum had been looking for a site for a quality vineyard as early as 1979 and it was clear that Martinborough was the place to investigate. According to friend and soil scientist Dr Derek Milne, a founding partner of Martinborough Vineyard, the virtue of this locality was its 30-year record of the lowest rainfall in the North Island and a heat summation appropriate for growing quality cool-climate varieties such as Pinot noir, Riesling and etc. The crescent-shaped area lay along the edge of the river terrace formed by the Ruamahunga and Huangarua rivers about 20,000 years ago. From the available data, the low rainfall area was limited to a tiny locality roughly 5 km in radius, and a study of soil maps revealed that the deep, free-draining gravels they sought within this were restricted to an even smaller part.
Dry River Pinot Noir 2014»
About Drylands Wines
Drylands is the Marlborough Winery of Nobilo Wine Group, the home of the Drylands Vineyard and the Drylands brand
Drylands are a super premium range of Marlborough varietals made from grapes predominantly drawn from the Drylands and surrounding Rapaura area vineyards. These are recognized by all as an excellent expression of the Marlborough style. Drylands vineyard produces Sauvignon Blanc with intensely herbal and some sweaty characters. Fruit from the alluvial silts produce aroma and racy characters while fruit from the stonier sites has a textural character. Fruit from this vineyard shows traditional, typical Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc characters. This vineyard now has Sustainable Winegrowing New Zealand Accreditation.
About Dugat-Py Wines
The Dugat family can be proud of a long tradition, winegrowing in the superior appellation of Gevrey-Chambertin since the middle of the seventeenth century
Dugat-Py Charmes Chambertin Grand Cru 2008»
Dugat-Py Charmes Chambertin Grand Cru 2011»
Dugat-Py Charmes Chambertin Grand Cru 2012»
Dugat-Py Chassagne Montrachet 1er Cru Morgeot Blanc 2008»
Dugat-Py Chassagne Montrachet 1er Cru Morgeot Blanc 2009»
Dugat-Py Gevrey Chambertin 1er Cru 2008»
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Dugat-Py Gevrey Chambertin 1er Cru 2010»
Dugat-Py Gevrey Chambertin 1er Cru 2011»
Dugat-Py Gevrey Chambertin 1er Cru 2012»
Dugat-Py Gevrey Chambertin 1er Cru Champeaux 2008»
Dugat-Py Gevrey Chambertin 1er Cru Champeaux 2009»
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Dugat-Py Gevrey Chambertin 1er Cru Champeaux 2012»
Dugat-Py Gevrey Chambertin 1er Cru Lavaux St Jacques 2007»
Dugat-Py Gevrey Chambertin 1er Cru Petite Chapelle 2008»
Dugat-Py Gevrey Chambertin 1er Cru Petite Chapelle 2009»
Dugat-Py Gevrey Chambertin 1er Cru Petite Chapelle 2011»
Dugat-Py Gevrey Chambertin 1er Cru Petite Chapelle 2012»
Dugat-Py Gevrey Chambertin Coeur Du Roy Tres Vieilles Vignes 2011»
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Dugat-Py Gevrey Chambertin Cuvee Coeur Du Roy Vieilles Vignes 2010»
Dugat-Py Gevrey Chambertin Les Evocelles 2008»
Dugat-Py Gevrey Chambertin Les Evocelles 2009»
Dugat-Py Gevrey Chambertin Les Evocelles 2010»
Dugat-Py Gevrey Chambertin Les Evocelles 2011»
Dugat-Py Gevrey Chambertin Les Evocelles 2012»
Dugat-Py Gevrey Chambertin Vieilles Vignes 2008»
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Dugat-Py Gevrey Chambertin Vieilles Vignes 2012»
Dugat-Py Mazis Chambertin Grand Cru 2007»
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Dugat-Py Pommard Vieilles Vignes La Levriere 2008»
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Dugat-Py Pommard Vieilles Vignes La Levriere 2012»
Dugat-Py Vosne Romanee Vieilles Vignes 2007»
Dugat-Py Vosne Romanee Vieilles Vignes 2009»
Dugat-Py Vosne Romanee Vieilles Vignes 2011»
Dugat-Py Vosne Romanee Vieilles Vignes 2012»
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About Dutschke Wines
Winemaker Wayne Dutschke is blessed by the foresight of his ancestors who planted the winery's vineyard at Lyndoch in the southern end of the Barossa Valley
Once upon a time around the end of the 19th century, this 72 acre patch of real estate included only a few acres of vineyard, with most of the area being dedicated to cropping and dairy cattle. At the start of the 1930's Oscar Semmler, winemaker Wayne Dutschke's grandfather bought the block and more vineyard was planted, but it remained primarily a grazing area for dairy purposes. Oscar's Semmler's Dad referred to the dirt as a wonder of creation, a fact borne out by the wine now coming from it. The vineyard of that time while reflecting the fortified market of the day, did not predict the potential to produce the rich varietal flavours found in current production.
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