Chardonnay is their flagship wine.
Most of the vines are more than 70 years old.
Creating history and providing enjoyment for over four hundred years.
Looking for a name for their dry Rosé, New Zealand’s Soho Winery chose the name Harry.
We have a real treat here stemming from the wonderful 2009 vintage.
Take the gastronomical path less-travelled.
Triple distilling, triple charcoal filtering and the use of natural figs as ingredients results in a smooth, unsurpassed taste.
A beautiful blend of sparkling wine and peach nectar
This is Syrah at its finest
The producer, Bricco Rosso Estate, is a benchmark producer.
Why not try the original?
It’s real Kölsch only if it comes from Cologne
Freshening up its corporate artwork designs, New Zealand’s SOHO winery is now highlighting each of their varietals with a specific personality’s name.
Imbibers can feel free to pour some healthy smoke down one’s throat
One not-so-commonly-encountered Côtes du Rhône Village is Saint-Gervais.
To this day, it is the benchmark grape of Germany with consumers enjoying this off-dry, versatile white wine in every corner of Planet Earth.
The Glass Collection series of wines take their name from Lady May’s lifelong passion admiration of the art of glass making and passion for collecting glassware from around the world
The grapes provided nourishment, but more importantly, the raw material for making wine, be it used as a table beverage or for sacramental purposes.
The Decanter World Wine Awards, DWWA for short, has got to be one of the toughest wine competitions in the world.
That it received the top award, the Gold Medal from the World Beer Cup championships for the dark beer category, is a further testament.