Serena Wines was founded in Venice in 1881 by Pietro Serena. The Serena family has for the last 130 years been dedicated to the creation of high quality wines as well as for creating their own story through innovative projects.

Prosecco DOC Spumante is the most famous and popular variety  of the three kinds of wine from this DOC and has a fine long-lasting perlage. The name is derived from that of the Italian village of Prosecco near Trieste, where the grape and wine originated.
Prosecco DOC is produced in nine provinces spanning the Veneto and Friuli Venezia Giulia regions. Prosecco DOC Treviso can only be made in the Treviso province of Veneto on the hills between the towns of Conegliano and Valdobbiadene  (north of Treviso).



SCHLOSS GOBELSBURG, a Cistercian monastic estate, is one of the oldest wineries in the Austrian Danube area with a documented history that dates back to 1171. All the vineyards are located on slopes and terraces around the valley of the river Kamp near the town of Langenlois and the village of Gobelsburg.
Schloss Gobelsburg specialises in Grüner Veltliner and Riesling and produces authentic and noble wines from different single vineyard, village and regional appellations. The winery is member of the association 'Österreichische Traditionsweingüter', which is working on a vineyard classification project for the Danube area.

KAMPTAL DAC. Kamptal gets its name from the river Kamp, that flows directly through it, and is also home to Austria's largest wine-producing town, Langenlois. With a vineyard area of 3,907 hectares, Kamptal is one of the most successful wine regions in Austria, and boasts a high proportion of outstanding, quality wine producers.
The classic wines from this region must pass the test from the regional boards tasting committee and must be fruit-driven, gentle spice, no botrytis or no oak notes.


The Lencastre family is of royal Portuguese lineage – descended from Antonio Pinot Garces Mandureira, who was named the First Barão da Varzea do Douro by Portugal’s Queen Maria II on July 16, 1846.

The family’s royal residence is Vila Nova, near the town of Penafiel, close to the eastern border in Portugal’s Vinho Verde wine region -- about a 30 minute drive east from Oporto. The land has been in the family since the 12th Century, and the only remnant of that time is an ivy-covered stone tower, now totally surrounded by Vila Nova (new house), that was built in the 1700’s.  
In the late 1970s, the family planted grape vines over 29 acres; mostly the native Portuguese varietals that are most often used in Vinho Verde wines. In 2003, Bernardo Lencastre, who will be the Fifth Baron in the family, took over the property with his siblings, revitalized the vineyards and started making Vinho Verde.  He also spearheaded efforts to make Vila Nova the showplace it is today.


Quinta da Romeira is located in the heart of one of the oldest export wine regions, and the only DOC exclusive for white wines.

Arthur Wellesley, Duke of Wellington, the Military genius behind the defense of the Peninsula against Napoleon, was himself surprised by the white wines of Bucelas, when he was in the region for the construction of the Lines of Torres Vedras. As a token of that appreciation, he sent them to the Prince of Wales. 

Quinta da Romeira exists since 1703 and has received important guests like the Duke of Wellington and also Marquês de Pombal and his family, famous for his support of Wine and Exports - a good friend of Bucelas white wines.

Quinta da Romeira has 130 ha, 75 of which are vineyards, mainly of the Arinto grape variety, with this one being the biggest Arinto vineyard in the country. In addition to the area dedicated to vineyards, 50 ha of the Quinta da Romeira are dedicated to forest activity, apart from the 18th Century Manor house and its gardens.


This phenomenal wine is produced by the family estate Schwedhelm, owned by the brothers Stephan and Georg Schwedhelm, disposing over 17 acers organic vineyard in Zellertal, Pfalz in the western part of Germany. The estate has been producing wines since the 17th century.

The Zellertal Is the northernmost and thus coolest vineyards in all of the Pfalz. Marl limestone soils, a cool northern climate and rich warm sunshine of the Zellertal valley gives the optimal conditions for distinctive wines.


Caves Campelo, founded in 1951 as “Joaquim Miranda Campelo & Filhos, Lda”, is now one of the most well known houses established in the Vinho Verde Wine Demarcated Region. Caves Campelo are a company with over 60 years of production, with a wide offer of products.
Located in Barcelos, Vale do Ave, their activities include the vinification, bottling and commercialization of wines mainly from the Vinho Verde Wine Demarcated Region. In 2007 the company was acquired by José Carlos Lima & Sons. Since then, it has been their goal to personify the youthful spirit of Vinho Verde, while respecting the traditional values and quality our customers have grown accustomed to.


Founded in 1920 by Deonilde Freitas, and continued by Germana Freitas and later by Ermelinda Freitas, the company has always had a special interest in wine. On the early death of her husband, Manuel João de Freitas, Ermelinda took on the running of the company. In this she was helped by her only child, her daughter Leonor, who although untrained in the art of wine making took charge of the company, consolidating the already firmly female profile of the existing management structure.

The company has, from its very beginnings, made the quality of its vineyards and wines a top priority. When the company first started, wines were produced and sold wholesale and unbranded. It was the current management that decided to take on the challenge that is involved in creating an own brand wine. 1997 was the year of the company's new beginning in wine making, with red wine "Terras do Pó tinto", being the first to be produced and bottled on the premises of the Ermelinda Freitas winery.

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