Château Mercian, Japan


Our goal for Chateau Mercian is to introduce Finesse and Elegance which are born only by Japan-original viticulture created by us. As a pioneer brand of Japanese fine wine, Chateau Mercian has already established its position in the world’s wine history. Chateau Mercian has been awarded a large number of diplomas in various international wine competitions, including International Competition of wine in Ljublijana, and was also the first Japanese wine to appear in the world-famous wine magazine “Wine Spectator—. With the wines produced here at Chateau Mercian, we wish that an international recognition as a producer of unique and high quality wines would be gained for Japan while the wines would be more familiar and accepted in their native market of Japan.

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Grand Coteau, Korea

Located near Ansan City on the north west coast of South Korea, Grand Coteau has chosen to focus its winemaking on a single locally grown variety, Campbell Early, from which it makes a range of wines that include white, rosé and red wines – as well as a semi-sparkling and an ice wine. The grapes are grown on a 2.5 hectare vineyard on Daebu Island. It was established in 1998.

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GranMonte, Thailand

GranMonteEstate is uniquely located in Asoke Valley, Khao Yai and conveniently lies adjacent to KhaoYai National Park, 160 kilometers from Bangkok. Asoke Valley is known in Thailand for its beautiful yellow blossoms special to the region of Khao Yai. The serene atmosphere and truly beautiful natural surroundings of Asoke Valley provides a perfect environmental setting for the GranMonte Estate. The beautiful surroundings of Khao Yai has inspired the brand name “GranMonte”, which translates to “big mountain”.

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Grover Zampa Vineyards, India

The culmination of a merger between Grover Vineyards and VallГ©e de Vin, Grover Zampa exhibits the most impressive pedigree in the Indian wine industry and owns an array of widely recognized brands. Grover Zampa endeavours to let connoisseurs and wine enthusiasts embark on a journey of senses through not only offering them the world-class wines but also enhancing the wine’s blissful experience through wine tourism and wine education.

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Hatten Wines, Indonesia (Bali)


Defying the popular notion that growing grapes and producing quality wine in the Asian tropics is near impossible, Hatten Wines has managed to establish a successful wine trade while gathering some international recognition. Founded in 1994 by Ida Bagus Rai Budarsa, the first and only true Balinese winery, Hatten Wines brings a taste of Bali to hotels and restaurants tables all over Indonesia. Voted in the top 10 for fastest improving producers in Asia, Hatten Wines is committed to international standards of quality and taste.

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Hokkaido Wine, Japan

From humble beginnings in the 1970s, Hokkaido Wine has grown to become Japan’s largest wine producer. Located on the western side of Japan’s northern Island, it has learned to cope with an extreme cold climate and now draws grapes from its own 120 hectares of vineyard and from another 20 contract growers to produce an extensive range of table wines from over 50 different grape varieties. Initially it was working predominately with American varieties such as Delaware and Niagara and has progressed to very successful outcomes with Northern and Central European varieties such as Kerner, Gewürztraminer, Bacchus, Muller Thurgau, Riesling, Lemberger and Zweigeltrebe.

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Myanmar Vineyards, Myanmar


Welcome to the village of AYTHAYA, near Taunggyi, the site of the first vineyard in Myanmar. Taunggyi is the capital of the Shan State. In the meantime A YTHAYA has become famous in Myanmar because it is the place where the AYTHAYA wine is made. It was selected in 1999 as the future vineyard for a number of reasons: first, it possesses excellent soil and weather conditions. This location has an altitude of 1,200m which is a necessity for making an excellent White Wine. Last but not least: because of its impressive panoramic view and its close vicinity to the Inle Lake.

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Sababay Winery, Indonesia (Bali)


The name ‘Sababay’ read as [sa-ba-bey] winery originates from our winery’s location along the beautiful ‘SABA’bay (Teluk Saba) in Gianyar, Bali. Sababay is recognized as 100% Indonesian wine in collaboration with the Asteroid R&D Vineyard and local Balinese grape farmers. The integrated farming concept result a sustainable good harvest – that has opened up parts of the world previously thought unsuitable to wine production.

Silverlake Vineyard, Thailand

SILVERLAKE VINEYARD was founded in 2002, by Mr. Surachai Tangjaitrong and Ms. Supansa Nuangpirom, on the principle of bringing people together through the dual passions of the owners:  good wine and good music, in a beautifully cultivated garden setting.  With a vision to create a place where these two elements could come together in the stunning natural beauty of Thailand’s eastern seaboard, the founders set about to create a truly unique destination for the region.  Immersing themselves in the culture of cultivating grapes and wine making, SILVERLAKE VINEYARD bears both wine and table grape varieties and boasts the latest wine making and juicing technology from Italy, speaking to the interest of the founders in helping to promote Thailand as a new-latitude wine region.

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Sula Vineyards, India


Situated 180 km northeast of Mumbai, Nashik is India’s largest grape-growing region, but had traditionally never been used to grow wine grapes. Wondering why, an enterprising, Stanford-trained engineer named Rajeev Samant quit his hi-tech Silicon Valley job in 1993 to do some investigating. Since its inception, Sula has rapidly established itself as India’s Leading Premium Wine Producer, helping spark a wine revolution that has seen consumption grow at 25% annually and several new wineries come up in the Nashik area. In November 2002, Wine Spectator – the world’s No.1 wine magazine – did a five-page feature on Sula, a proud first for an Indian winery.

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Tsuno Wine, Japan

Tsuno Wine is a very innovative winery located in Japan’s Southern Kyushu Island, in sub-tropical climate, and has just had its 20th anniversary. The winery was established as a joint initiative of the Miyazaki Prefectural Government, the Tsuno Town Council and local farmers to provide an alternative end-use for Campbell Early grapes that had traditionally been grown locally as table grapes. Based on its early success with a distinctive Campbell Early rosé, it has extended the varietal and style range to include Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, Muscat Baily A, Syrah, Pinot Noir and Tempranillo. Tsuno produced Japan’s first sparkling red wine, with Syrah.

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York Winery, India


York Winery is founded on the dream to produce the finest wines backed with family values and commitment. Our estate vineyard is a picturesque six acres expanse with a hill on the southern side and a lake on the north. The natural slope of the terrain allows good drainage of water in the soil contributing to the quality of fruit. The red soil is apt for growing grape varieties like Shiraz, Cabernet Sauvignon and Sauvignon Blanc. The characteristic flavor profile of our wines are a product of the different microclimates and soils of our other vineyards of Shiraz, Cabernet Sauvignon, Zinfandel, Sauvignon Blanc & Chenin Blanc that are scattered across the Dindori region of Nashik. The unique blend of the fruit from these vineyards along with our winemaking practices ma ke our wines distinct in the Nashik Valley.

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