Founded in: 1998
Region: Barossa Valley, Australia
Owner / Chief Winemaker: Dean Hewitson
Hewitson winery was founded as a result of Dean’s driving passion to produce world-class wine from the historic, dry-grown vines of South Australia’s best regions including: Barossa Valley, McLaren Vale and Adelaide Hills. Dean combines Old-World traditions with New-World fruit purity - sourcing fruit from some of the oldest vines on the planet, dating back to 1853. Dean talks briefly about ‘Miss Harry’ a Rhône style blend: - please enjoy the short video...
Founded in: 1896
Region: Coonawarra, Australia
Chief Winemaker: Wayne Stehbens
Katnook’s winemaking history dates back to 1896, when Coonawarra’s second vintage was made in the Katnook woolshed by Scottish immigrant John Riddoch. This same woolshed today houses Katnook’s oak barrels. In 1980, the first wines were made under Katnook Estate label in the woolshed as John Riddoch had done 84 years before. Katnook’s first winemaker, Wayne has continuously made their wines: - please enjoy the short Katnook video...
Founded in: 1992
Region: Coteaux Varois in Provence, France
Chief Winemaker: Jean Louis Bavay
Château Routas is located in the spectacular heart of Provence, surrounded by medieval villages that cling to steep cliffs and overlooks miles of spectacular hillsides, woods and rivers. Crafting Southern French style wines, estate-grown and bottled appreciated by those in the know and receiving international awards since 2005 - when Sir David Murray took ownership, ushering in a new era for Château Routas: - please enjoy the short Routas video...
Founded in: 1850
Region: Chablis, France
Chief Winemaker: Grégory Viennois
The name Domaine Laroche is synonymous with Chablis. The skilled and talented team at Laroche are dedicated to producing top quality wines from this famed appellation. Chablis has a unique mix of limestone, clay and shell, a unique northerly climate and the Chardonnay grape, all combine to produce a style of wine like no other. This video displays more than just another vineyard: - please enjoy the short 'Terroir in the glass' video...