Discover our brands: Wine
Creativity and inspiration often go without words. They are expressed with shapes, colours, materials, sensitivities, tastes and sounds. Here they take the form of the Rose, the universal symbol of Love. A true work of art, the Cote des Roses bottle conveys French elegance. It is a blossoming of fruity and complex flavours, a fresh nose in a remarkable bottle, an unforgettable experience. Cote des Roses, wines made in France, under the southern sun, with love.
A new style of port. Original, unique and innovative, Croft Pink was the first ever rosé port. With vibrant flavours of ripe cherry and raspberry, with lovely nuances of honey and grapefruit, and a dry, very attractive finish.
Since 1581 the monopoly of the city’s commerce had been held by the Merchants Company of York. In 1588, Henry Thompson, member of a prominent Yorkshire family, was admitted to the Company and set up a successful business trading in wine. This firm was to become the Port house that we know today as Croft.
The history of Compañía Vinícola del Norte de España began back in 1879 at this winery in Barrio de la Estación train station in the town of Haro. Over more than 140 years, the winery has continued to grow around the Aldea del Vino (Wine Village), a sunny courtyard flanked by unique stone buildings with ceramic tile roofs, which has become the central hub of CVNE. The first wine produced by CVNE took the name of the company's initials. However, a simple and fortunate spelling error, confusing the V with a U, led to the creation of the iconic Cune brand.
For a modern winery, we go a long way back. Though our vineyards were established in the 1970s, our name dates to the 1800s and the building of the Canadian Pacific Railway. Our flagship wines, including Hush Rosé and the award-winning Pinot Noir are enjoyed coast-to-coast in Canada. Of course, the ultimate goal for our winery is fun. We have fun making it so you can have fun drinking it. We want to make wine accessible to everyone.
Domaine Carneros is a singular Napa Valley winery best known as a small grower-producer of mthode traditionelle sparkling wine, Pinot Noir, estate vineyards, and a breathtakingly beautiful chteau. Founded by the noble family behind Champagne Taittinger, Domaine Carneros was established in 1987 when Claude Taittinger selected a 138-acre parcel in the heart of Carneros, Napa Valley.
Château de Pellehaut has a long and edifying story to tell – that of the Béraut family, who have lived at Montréal-du-Gers for four centuries. Situated on the slopes surrounding Château de Pellehaut, at an elevation of over 180m, the vineyard is set in an ideal terroir with maximum exposure to the sun.
Poised atop the Dundee Hills, with gentle slopes that capture the breezes and sunshine, our 235-acre estate overlooking the Willamette Valley produces some of the finest Pinot Noir and Chardonnay fruit in the world. Our densely planted vines are farmed sustainably, L.I.V.E. certified, and tended to by hand when leaves and fruit are thinned; harvesting is also done entirely by hand.
When Fess Parker purchased the 714-acre Foxen Canyon Ranch in 1988, he planned to run cattle, plant a few acres of vineyard, and perhaps, someday, establish a small winery. His dream was to start a family business that he could pass on to future generations. Eli Parker and his sister Ashley Parker Snider are now the stewards of their father’s vision for the family portfolio of businesses. Eli and Ashley work closely with Winery President, Tim Snider and their children, Spencer Shull and Greer Shull.
Since the emergence of Vintage Port as a great classic wine in the first half of the 19th century, Fonseca has been one of its most admired and consistent producers. The release of the legendary 1840, the first Vintage Port sold under the Fonseca name, marked the start of a steady stream of magnificent vintages which continues to this day. It has included such icons as the Fonseca 1868 and the extraordinary 1927, 1948, 1977 and 1994, all four of them 100-point wines. Four families have shaped the company's destiny since its foundation in 1815: the Fonsecas, the Monteiros, the Guimaraens, and the Yeatmans.