We represent the following wineries in Alberta:
Signorello EstateVisit site
Signorello Estate makes limited quantities of premium varietals that blend classic French winemaking characteristics with California fruit. Signorello's style of winemaking is directly tied to its vineyards, yielding wines with lush, concentrated fruit flavors, and good acid balance.
TRIM is a well-crafted Cabernet Sauvignon sourced from outstanding North Coast vineyards in California. Our winemaking team works with some of the best vineyards to produce a lush, well balanced, and fruit forward Cabernet Sauvignon. Blended with Cabernet Franc, this is the best valued wine on the market.
Edge Wines Visit site
Edge Wines is dedicated to providing premium Californian Cabernet Sauvignon at an excellent value. Using grapes from the St. Helena and Oak Knoll areas of the Napa Valley, Edge Wine's Cabernet Sauvignon blends a small amount of Merlot to round out the edges. It is the most reasonably priced premium Californian wine available in a range where superior quality remains a paramount priority.
Fuse WinesVisit site
The FUSE team works with some of our favorite Napa Valley growers, whose cool climate hillside and warmer valley floor vineyards are planted in an array of clones, spacing and exposures. The winemaking takes the “Old World” tradition of blending Cabernet Sauvignon with other Bordeaux grapes and combines it with a “New World” twist by adding Syrah instead. Not only do they "play well together", but the result is a more interesting wine that offers a broader range of aromas and flavors.
Domaine BoucabeilleVisit site
Domaine Boucabeille comprises 28 hectares (69 acres) of grape-vines planted on the schistose slopes of the Forca Real hill near Perpignan. It was born out of a hare-brained gamble: to replant vines on the very hillside where for centuries the best wines in the region originated. Wine growing was in fact abandoned during the 20th century as it was considered to be too laborious and unprofitable.
Replanting took place in the mid-1970s, in the heart of the scrubland and amidst a fauna and flora extremely hostile to young vine seedlings.
It is in this environment, patiently built on steep slopes over more than 30 years, far from any settlements and from any other activity, the Domaine produces its organically-grown grapes. All work in the vines is carried out by hand, which will always continue to be the case. I limit my input during the fermentation of the must in the vats so that the wine remains the true testimony of this terrain.
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De Lancellotti Family VineyardsVisit site
The beginning years opened our eyes to biodynamic farming - a holistic practice of farming used for generations in the premiere vineyards around the world, but one that is largely misunderstood until you have spent a lifetime in vineyards. Attention to detail starts in a farm. The peers we respect most in this industry are those whose farmer’s whose mindset is rooted in the health of our planet.
Today, deLancellotti wines are a result of fruit sourced from some of the finest vineyards in Oregon, hand selected and intentionally farmed throughout the year. Our wines are produced in a shared winemaking facility, with great friends and peers, located in McMinnville Oregon under the guidance of consultant Robert Britton.
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Pierre Morlet Family VineyardsVisit site
In the heart of France's Champagne region, the Morlet family has been handcrafting award-winning Champagnes for four generations. The Morlet vineyards, all of which bear the prestigious designation of either Grand Crus or Premiers Crus, sit side-by-side with the vineyards of such famous Champagne producers as Krug, Veuve Clicquot-Ponsardin, Bollinger, Pommery, Mumm and Moet & Chandon.
Champagne Pierre Morlet reflects the passion of an Artisans-Vignerons family. With a winemaking philosophy rooted in old world quality, production is purposefully limited, allowing the Morlets to focus on creating the finest Champagne possible.
Morlet Family VineyardsVisit site
In St. Helena, the heart of the Napa Valley, Luc and Jodie Morlet hand-craft their vineyard designated wines and unique cuvées from the surrounding Napa Valley as well as Sonoma County. Meticulously farmed vineyards and low-intervention winemaking techniques produce powerful yet refined wines.
One person has influenced much of the current wine reputation of France’s Loire Valley: Patrick de Ladoucette. Having taken over his family’s wine operations in 1972 at the young age of twenty, Baron de Ladoucette’s energy and vision have helped to elevate the quality and prestige of Pouilly-Fumé, Sancerre and Vouvray, worldwide.
The company owns over 200 acres of prime vineyards in these appellations and, in addition, contracts fruit from growers that meet the Baron’s strict criterions. This combination helps de Ladoucette meet the great demand for his wines, and makes him one of the most influential winemakers in the Loire Valley.
The Baron’s distinctive portfolio is based on the de Ladoucette winemaking style that focuses on presenting the essence of the grape variety and the vineyard. The ultimate goal, according to Baron Patrick de Ladoucette, "is to produce the finest wines that truly reflect the unique terroir of these regions".