Amelia Park Wines produces fine wines from one of Western Australia’s most renowned winemaking regions, Margaret River. The estate combines leading edge techniques with traditional winemaking values and practices. Winemaker Jeremy Gordonhas has received numerous awards throughout his career including Australia's most coveted awards, the Jimmy Watson Memorial Trophy, and including James Halliday 5 Red Stars and Margaret River Winery of the year 2014. This success lies in his belief in a hands-on approach to every step of the process, attention to detail and an unquenchable passion for making consistently outstanding wines. 

For more information: www.ameliaparkwines.com.au

Our enduring vision at BOND is to create a portfolio of wines that are diverse in their geographic representation and “Grand Cru” in quality, all under the umbrella of one philosophy, one team, one mark.

Sourced from select hillside estates, the Cabernet Sauvignon-based wines of BOND vividly demonstrate the range of Napa Valley’s finest terroirs. From the more than sixty vineyards we have worked with over the past quarter century we have slowly and vigilantly selected five sites. BOND became our covenant and shared commitment to produce only the best expression of the land.

For more information: www.bondestates.com/

Dominus Estate is produced in the heart of Napa Valley by Christian Moueix and his team; who also owns Chateau Petrus in Bordeaux Pomerol. Since 1983, their goal has been to express the unique terroir found at this historic Vineyard.

Dominus has become known since its first release for its complexity and earthy character, which pays tribute to the Napanook terroir. Christian Moueix truly believes that producing a wine begins in the vineyard. For that reason, each vintage is unique with different varietal blends reflecting the vineyard and climate conditions of that particular year. It is one of the most European-styled of all the Napa Valley Bordeaux blends, and produced from the renowned Napanook site from which many of the famed Inglenook wines of the fifties and sixties were produced.

For more information: www.dominusestate.com/

Set in the western hills of Oakville, California – rising above the fabled Napa Valley benchlands – the estate consists of 240 acres (97 hectares) of natural splendor; woodlands and forest, oak-studded knolls and valleys, roughly fifteen percent of which are under vine. But more than that, it is a family homestead and a place of great inspiration, carved from the raw land, built to last for generations.

Harlan Estate was founded in 1984 by H. William Harlan with the mission to build and establish one of the finest winegrowing estates in America; to begin with virgin hillside land and create something separate from the past. The vision is to consistently produce a wine of the highest quality and great longevity from the estate – in essence, to create a “First Growth of California.”

For more information: www.harlanestate.com/

HdV is a family venture between Hyde Vineyards of Napa Valley and Aubert & Pamela de Villaine of Burgundy, France. Born and raised in the rich traditions of France's greatest winemaking techniques, Aubert brings to the partnership the foundation upon which the venture bases its theories and practices. In 1979, Larry left his job as an apprentice at some of Napa's finest wineries to purchase and transform the Carneros soils into what is now known as Hyde Vineyards.

HdV is bottled under the coat of arms of the historic de la Guerra family from which Pamela de Villaine and the Hydes descend. The De la Guerra Family is one of the oldest winemaking families in California and traces its winemaking history back to a gold medal received at the 1876 Philadelphia Centennial Fair. The partnership feels that this coat of arms symbolizes the sense of tradition, family, and winemaking history that the new venture embodies in its philosophy.

For more information: www.hdvwines.com/

Founded in 1982, Roederer Estate winery is nestled in Mendocino County's cool, fog- shrouded Anderson Valley. As the California outpost of Champagne Louis Roederer, Roederer Estate winery builds upon a centuries-old tradition of fine winemaking. 
Roederer Estate's sparkling wines are produced using only Estate-grown grapes from the winery's own vineyards. Carrying on the tradition of Champagne Louis Roederer in France, special oak-aged reserve wines are added to each blend. The multi-vintage Roederer Estate Anderson Valley Brut debuted in 1988 to great acclaim, followed by the Roederer Brut Rosé and Roederer Estate's tête de cuvée, L'Ermitage. 
For more information: www.roedererestate.com/

Bernard Chambers planted a vineyard on Te Mata Station in 1892, establishing his winery in 1896. From these early beginnings,Te Mata flourished, and by 1909 was the largest winery in New Zealand. Chambers was sure that his free-draining vineyards, sited on the lower, northerly slopes of Te Mata Peak, were ideal for growing grapes in the European tradition.

Acquired by the Buck and Morris families in 1974, modern Te Mata Estate has continued Chambers’ original ambition. The winery was restored and expanded as a modern interpretation of the classic wine estate. Today, the estate comprises 250ha, with 150ha under vine, annualy producing 40,000 cases of fine Hawkes Bay Wine.

For more information: www.temata.co.nz