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    • Cinzano | Italy image

      Cinzano | Italy

      Classic and Innovative. Tradition and Quality. The Cinzano brand was born in 1757 when two brothers, Giovanni Giacomo and Carlo Stefano Cinzano received their diplomas as Master Distillers and subsequently opened a small shop in Turin, Italy.

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    • Da Vinci | Tuscany image

      Da Vinci | Tuscany

      In a town made famous by its most celebrated son, Leonardo da Vinci, a renaissance is underway. Building upon the legacy of a time-honored region, Da Vinci are crafting wines with contemporary flavour and sophistication.

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    • Frescobaldi | Tuscany image

      Frescobaldi | Tuscany

      A Florentine family with thirty generations dedicated to the production of great Tuscan wines, 5,000 hectares of estate properties, over 1,000 hectares of estate vineyards, five estates in Tuscany, and a quality distribution network in over 65

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    • Gancia |Italy image

      Gancia |Italy

      In 1850, Carlo returns from France with an idea: to create the first Italian sparkling wine using the typical techniques of champagne production but with a different wine

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    • Leonardo | Tuscany image

      Leonardo | Tuscany

      Cantine Leonardo da Vinci was established in 1961 upon the initiative of the owners of thirty farms who decided to join forces so as to tackle the problems brought about by the breakdown of the crop-sharing system. This co-operative gathered its

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    • Medici Ermete | Reggio Emilia image

      Medici Ermete | Reggio Emilia

      "Wine is one of the most civilized things in the world", wrote Ernest Hemingway. A wine like this needs people who really know how to make it, and on the Italian wine-making scene, the Medici family name has been synonymous with passion, skill and

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    • Torraccia del Piantavigna | Piedmont image

      Torraccia del Piantavigna | Piedmont

      The history of “Torraccia del Piantavigna” began in 1977 when Pierino Piantavigna, maternal great grandfather of the current generation of the Francoli family, planted his first vineyard of Nebbiolo in the hills above Ghemme.

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