Chateau Bianca Winery

Chateau Bianca Winery & Vineyard is a family owned and operated winery established nearly three decades ago in the Mid-Willamette Valley , on Butler Hill outside of Dallas Oregon. They keep their annual production intentionally small and are committed to high quality wines at exceptional values.


They produce mainly Pinot Noir, Pinot Gris, and Pinot Blanc with a limited production of Sparkling wines, Riesling, Gewurztraminer, Marechal Foch, CharA view of the Chateau through the vineyard on Butler Hill at Chateau Bianca. donnay, Ruby Port, Vin de Glace, and specialty wines.

Their winemaker, Andreas Wetzel and his family carry on the fourth-generation wine-making tradition. His great-grandfather started wine production in the area near Wurzburg, Germany. This love of winemakeing continues today across the globe. For over 35 years, the family has been producing wines in beautiful Oregon.

These experiences have given them unique insights rare in this ever-changing wine industry. Andreas’ attention to detail garners Chateau Bianca many prestigious wine awards. Incl Winemaker Andreas Wetzel inspects the fruit during the 2013 grape harvest.uding having their 2011 Chateau Bianca Pinot Gris named the top 6 Wine in the World by Wine Enthusiast.


The Willamette Valley with its gentle rolling hills and unique microclimatic sites allows Oregon to produce some of the finest Pinot Noirs in the world. Chateau Bianca Winery’s estate vineyard is trained to a vertical upright canopy.

This allows for shoot positioning, leaf removal and enhanced air circulation. This in turn, develops color and concentrates flavor in their wines. Their winemaking philosophy consistently produces superior quality wines with intense flavor profiles that are marketed at an irresistible value.

Enjoy the fruits of our labor!


They are LIVE Certified ( Low Impact Viticulture and Enology) LIVE certification means that they are taking conscientious measures to keep their quality high, their agriculture sustainable and be stewards of the land.

As Oregon continues to gain a foothold in the worldwide wine arena, the LIVE certification says that Chateau Bianca holds the highest certification in the world of sustainable viticulture. It’s just part of the story behind the wine in the bottle. Stop by and see.

Chateau Bianca People


Andreas Wetzel, Owner, Winemaker, Vineyard manager, floor sweeper and mess cleaner upper is the fourth generation of Wetzel’s to produce wine. Having mostly experiential training and a passion for “food friendly” wines his goal is to bring to market approachable and irresistible values. At the end of the day his job is to make people a little bit happier and a little more satisfied with life by having a nice glass of wine for food, family and friends. Prost!

Blake Talbot, Assistant Winemaker


David LaBonte III, Tasting Room Guru


David Roland La Bonte III was born to his Executive Chef father David R. La Bonte Jr. and Project Manager Mother Janet La Bonte under a full moon on a dark and stormy night in August. The stars aligned to bring forth the greatest mind to come to the world of wine. Come to the vineyard and bask in his knowledge and glory as he preaches from on mountain high(or Butler hill). He also has his Culinary Art and Hospitality Management degrees from Lane Community College in Eugene, OR and his first level with the Court of Master Sommelier. He’s pretty cool.

Chateau_Bianca_Winery2010 Chateau Bianca Vin de Glace

Tasting Notes

Dried apricot, orange peel, honey, with a balanced finish.

Food Pairings

Red Curry, cheese cake, or after dinner drink.




2012 Chateau Bianca Gewürztraminer

Tasting Notes

Lemon, white flowers, with a slightly spicy finish.

Food Pairings

Pairs with yellow curry or fish dishes.



Chateau_Bianca_WineryAprès Cinq

Tasting Notes

Peach, Apricot, Lychee Fruit, white flowers.

Food Pairings

Pairs with Fish Tacos, Ceviche.



Chateau_Bianca_WineryNorthwest Comfort

Tasting Notes

Cinnamon, clove, Apples, Cherry.

Food Pairings

Pairs with Honey baked Ham, Herb chicken dishes or just sitting by the fire.

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Columbus Wine and Spirits

World class brand management of fine wines and spirits connecting distinctive producers with great distributors.

Their mission is to provide independent distributors nationwide a portfolio of sustainably produced, high quality, distinctive yet value-driven, artisan wines and spirits while providing superior marketing and sales support.Columbus_Wine_and_Spirits

Their team of creative, market-driven personnel draws upon decades of experience in wholesale wine and spirit sales, restaurant and marketing experience, making Columbus Wine and Spirits the organization of choice for high quality/high value producers that don’t have the staffing or resources to interface in multiple markets across the US.

With an understanding that comes with years of experience, Columbus Wine and Spirits provides the kind of support that distributors can depend upon to help their sales excel.

Their evolving portfolio of distinctive producers spans the globe from Spain and France to California and Washington with a focus on bringing outstanding value and quality to the market. They keep a keen eye towards developing new markets for their producers and finding new gems to bring to their distributors.


Their Domaine-based, cask-strength Bas-Armagnacs display both quality and personality.  Their wines come from properties that reflect the soil and familial nature of the producers, whether in Napa Valley or Ribera del Duero. You can rest assured that their producers represent the top tier of quality in each region that they represent.

In the end, it’s about their connecting the distinctive producers they represent and the great distributors that bring them to market!

Columbus Wine and Spirits Team

Columbus_Wine_and_SpiritsLarry Reiter – Founder & Business Development

Larry brings decades of industry experience in positions such as VP of Sales at Domaine Select Wine Estates, and 15 years with the Eber Brothers organization including the last five years as General Managers at Paramount Brands Off Premise Division in the NY Metro market.  Larry’s prior experience as the owner operator of Topper’s Restaurant provided a foundation in food, wine and spirits that allowed him to become a successful sales representative with Cazanovi-Opici when he sold his restaurant to allow time for his family.  A “foodie” with an orientation towards fresh, local products Larry keeps in touch with current food and beverage trends.

Larry is an active member of the Babylon Rotary Club, working to eliminate hunger and Illiteracy on a local level, and an avid supporter of The Wounded Warrior Project. He also recently completed his second running marathon, is an avid skier, loves swimming, cycling, cooking and growing vegetables for his family.

Columbus_Wine_and_SpiritsCassandra Esoff – Marketing & Compliance Assistant

Cassandra joins their team with a passion for defining food and wine pairings. She has years of restaurant experience, experimenting and elaborating on the pairing of food and wine and has completed the WSET Level II exam. Cassandra brings energy and enthusiasm to their team. A supporter of Long Island Cares, Cassandra is concerned with feeding those in need in her community. Cassandra is a budding author in her spare time.

Columbus_Wine_and_SpiritsRobyn Silvestri – Marketing Manager

Their Marketing/Web Specialist, Robyn Silvestri, brings 20+ years of experience in marketing and sales. With an advanced certificate in Wine & Spirits from the International Wine Center in New York, website development background, and multiple language skills, she supports their marketing and sales efforts in the field and interfaces with producers around the world.  A devoted wife and mother, Robyn also volunteers as the President of the Babylon K-6 PTA.

Columbus_Wine_and_SpiritsJohn Dorsey – Compliance and Logistics

With over two decades of experience in regulatory compliance and a long history in many other areas of the business, John is their resident compliance expert. He began his career in the industry as a warehousing/on-premise liaison for Premier/Gallo Wine, and worked his way to become Star Industries’ Compliance/Marketing Manager. A result-oriented professional with an entrepreneurial mindset, John went on to establish a compliance services company with affordable rates for small businesses in the wine and spirits market, Compliance Made Easy, Inc.

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Rued Winery


In 1876, Henry Rued left his home in Switzerland and traveled to Northern California where he would take up employment planting grapes for the Beringer Brothers in Napa Valley.

Though a new country for Henry, it was not a new line of work. The Rueds were a grape growing family in Switzerland. And it wasn’t too long before Henry Rued planted his own grapes. In 1882 he put down his family’s roots, as well as grapevines, in Sonoma County.

Six generations and more than 125 years later, the Rued family continues to farm land throughout Sonoma county, cultivating wine grapes at their Home Estate in Dry Creek Valley as well as farming substantial tracks of land in Russian River Valley and Alexander Valley. And of course, they now produce handcrafted, small batch wines under their own label—they are the wines that define a family whose roots extend deep into Sonoma County history.

Sarah’s Vineyard


Located in Gilroy, California, the philosophy and dream of Sarah’s Vineyard brings together the world of fine wine, fine food, and fine arts. Founded in 1978 in a hidden corner of the southwestern Santa Clara Valley, Sarah’s Vineyard produces handmade wines using traditional techniques. The Santa Cruz Mountain foothills near a windy mountain pass afford Sarah’s Vineyard a coastal microclimate of foggy mornings, sunny afternoons tempered by strong ocean breezes and chilly nights that are ideal conditions for premium Pinot Noir, Chardonnay and Rhone varietals.

Sarah’s Vineyard harvests various blocks in each vineyard based upon careful monitoring of grape sugar and acidity with a focus on the pH of the grapes. To insure the highest quality of fruit at the crush pad, all harvesting is done by hand from 6am til noon. Gentle destemming and sorting provides an output of perfect whole berries. Whole berry fermentation, with no crushing of berries or pumping of must, contributes to the high quality of their wines. Free run juice is aged separately from lightly pressed (1.6 bar) wine prior to blending and bottling. They use only French oak 228 liter barrels which are topped twice monthly in their humidity controlled barrel room. Bottling is done on premises using their own small fully automated bottling line, which includes nitrogen sparging and vacuum corking to limit oxygen pickup. Typically their wines receive six months to one year of bottle aging before release.

Domalne De Papolle


Historically important, the Domaine de Papolle can trace their roots back to the 17th century as the center of the community and as a producer of fine distilled spirits.  Today this unassuming estate takes its place amongst the top tier producers of Armagnac in the Bas-Armagnac region.

Typically no more than eight 400Liter barrels are produced each year.  A quantity somewhat less than commercial producers loose to evaporation in the barrel each year.  Age designated production is bottled at cask strength to maintain the character of the base spirit and allow the rich character of the Armagnac show through.

Tasting through the range of Armagnacs produced is an ethereal experience that allows one to see the evolution of the spirit from fruit driven to one whose floral components that emerge after a few years in wood, only in later stages to be eclipsed by the spice of the wood in harmony with the alcohol, the fruity and floral notes. The cellar current holds vintage selections from 1990 dating back to 1973 bottled to order on special request. The 1977 and 1990 are currently being inventoried in the USA at their exclusive importer Columbus Wine and Spirits.

 Bodegas Mocen Columbus_Wine_and_Spirits

The abandoned medieval cellars where wine used to age in the times of Catholic Kings and the discovery of America is at the heart of Bodegas Mocén. Purchased and restored along with 140 hectares of prime vineyard land in the D.O. Rueda by visionary restaurateur Jose Luis in 1988. After 25 years Mr. Luis is ready to introduce the American market to the high quality wines of Bodegas Mocén. 


  • O. Rueda 298 ha. between 740 – 760 meters  – high altitude provides good acidity
  • average vine age 27 years – mature vines provide depth and structure
  • typical vine spacing 1.5 meters x 3 meters  – close planting provides intensity of flavor
  • silt and sand with loose pebbles – plants drive deep roots providing minerality

Vineyard plantings are focused on tradition but balanced with innovation.

47% Verdejo – 13% Sauvignon Blanc – 7% Viura – 24%Tempranillo – 8% Cabernet – 1% Merlot

Extreme caution is employed at the winery to bring the harvest to the cellar door in the optimum condition. Night harvesting and no crushed fruit are used in the MOCÉN line of production.

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Meet These Leading Wine Suppliers from USA at USATT 2017

On this page, you will find a list of some of the leading wine suppliers in USA. These includes Spirits Consulting Group, Glass Revolution Imports, Venetian Hills, Royal Comfort Distributors, Le Cantine Inc, Sarego Imports LLC, Ze Wine Connoisseur, P & M Beverage Imports, and Chateau Bianca Winery.

1. Spirits Consulting Group:

Spirits Consulting Group provides the strategic consulting and management for the companies and brands within the Beer, Wine and Spirits Industries. SCG is leading wine suppliers from USA. SCG offers a unique integration of sales and marketing services for spirits, wine and beer brands in any stage of development and growth. Spirits Consulting Group’s team has experience with craft spirits, small start-ups, big brands, and everything in between – They will help take your brand through all the phases of development, launch, growth, and expansion.

2. Glass Revolution Imports:

Glass Revolution Import is one of the leading wine suppliers from USA. Glass Revolution Imports is importers of wickedly cool spirits and wines into North America. They search the earth to find amazing products that will bring pleasure to your late. They represent some amazing Distilleries. Their job is to find small, craft, artisan or independent distilleries and brands. Glass Revolution Imports have created in-depth information on their products and their Producers.

3. Royal Comfort Distributors:

Royal Comfort is a wine and beer distributor to Asia, focusing on Hong Kong and China. Their goal is to share the fantastic wine and beer produced in the great Northwest to the rest of the world. The region has been producing amazing wines, including a cabernet Sauvignon that scored a 100 point rating in the Wine Advocate. Their philosophy at Royal Comfort Distributors is to share these values. They believe they complement each other and ultimately improve the quality of life, achieving happiness, laughter, and love. Cheers to exploring new wines, food, healthier living, and the new friends along the way!

4. Le Cantine Inc. :

Le Cantine Inc market is full of Spirits, Alcoholic beverages, and Wines of all levels. From High end to at best mediocre wines from countries not especially known for producing quality wines. Indeed, it’s wonderful to know that their firm, brings to the U.S. market, an extensive collection of wines ranging from the average economical basic wine to the very complex and very expensive classical and time-tested wines Imported directly from Italy, France, Spain, Austria, Germany and other well-known wine producing countries. They are now, of course, the envy of their competition. You can never replace a look-a-like for the real thing. They will continue to scan the globe in order to bring to their clients wines worthy of their respect and appreciation.

5. Sarego Imports LLC :

Sarego Imports LLC is a leading national importer of fine wines from lesser-known wine countries. The company’s management team is a Moldovan-American husband-wife team. ​Its founder is Stacy McArthur, an entrepreneur with almost 20 years of experience in business management and distribution both in the U.S. and Moldova. Marketing & Sales Manager Serghei Gulceac is a seasoned agribusiness marketing professional with wine industry experience in Moldova. Stacy and Serghei carefully select their portfolio to reflect the diversity of Eastern Europe’s wine regions and the native varietals that call them home.

Sarego Import’s industry connections and import/distribution experience uniquely position the company to build quality long-term partnerships with top Eastern European wineries and American wholesalers. The company’s partner wineries are leaders in their regions, and their selected portfolio is known for quality wines that offer fresh flavours, balance, and value to wine consumer.

6. Ze Wine Connoisseur

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Ze Wine Connoisseur is a wine broker specialized in wines from all the finest region of France. Their love and passion for wine, have lead them to find the best products to satisfy all the clients. From the wine amateur to the most wine enthusiast, clients will be delighted by their selection of unique wines recognized by the international critics and rewarded in multiple national and international wine contests.

7. P & M Beverage Imports:

After living overseas for many years, they grew to enjoy the wide variety of beers and wines available to them from some of the world’s premier manufacturers of spirits. Upon visiting the United States, They were distraught to see that the brands that they enjoyed abroad were nowhere to be found there. With this as their motivation, they decided to take things into their own hands and start P & M Beverage Imports. Many of the items that they import are new to the industry, so they are doing their part to introduce new products from smaller companies in an effort to help them gain a position in the American marketplace.

By helping smaller companies expose their unique beverages to a new market, they are also allowing their clients to enjoy drinks that they may have never encountered otherwise. They take pride in what they do, and they have a passion for developing a personal bond between the manufacturer and the importer. In an effort to help businesses grow outside of their local markets, they spread the love of fine drinking to places it has never been before.

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Doolhof Wine Estate

The valley in which Doolhof lies is blessed with unique and varied terroirs. The microclimates, growing conditions and soil types make it ideal for growing wine grapes. The Estate lies between Bain’s Kloof and the Groenberg Mountain Range.


The Doolhof Vineyards

The Doolhof Wine Estate lies between Bain’s Kloof and the Groenberg Mountain Range. The result is soils that are finer, more balanced and deeper than in the surrounding countryside with clay content evenly distributed. A combination of Malmesbury shale, homogenic Glenrosa and Clovelly soils ensure that the roots are able to descend to four metres or beyond.

Doolhof_Wine_EstateWhile Doolhof has more than adequate irrigation, natural water retention is also very good, without any sign of permanent dampness. While the shape and exposure (topography) of the various parts of the Doolhof Wine Estate allow for several distinct microclimates, generally, Doolhof experiences cooler winters and moderate summers compared with the Wellington norm.


Roughly 40 of the farm’s 380 hectares are planted to vine. Soils, growing conditions and microclimates vary considerably across this large expanse (which reaches up into Bain’s Kloof), and each grape varietal is faithfully wedded to its ideal terroir. Two white varietals, Sauvignon Blanc and Chardonnay, are grown, with a substantial number of reds. They include Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, Petit Verdot, Malbec, Merlot, Pinotage and Shiraz. The white varietals are planted on the eastern slopes of the Groenberg, which allow the grapes cooler days and less direct sunlight. The late sunrise and early sunset also allow for a longer ripening process, enhancing the elegance of the award winning wines.

Meandering through Doolhof Wine Estate is the picturesque Kromme River, which is supplemented by Gawie-se-Water. The River Walk, which was created in 2007, allows visitors to enjoy the scenic views on offer at Doolhof. One can follow the meandering path for several kilometres and stop at any one of the designated picnic sites along the walk.


Visitors are welcome to enjoy a 10km walk through the vineyards. Doolhof, which is known for its mysterious hills and vales, is also home to many small mammals, including buck, porcupine, baboons and even leopard and who knows – you might even come across the Minotaur!

Denizens of Doolhof Wine Club


The Denizens of Doolhof Wine Club was formed to give members of the public the opportunity to access the wines directly from Doolhof, not only to receive Doolhof wine on a regular basis, but also to receive certain freedoms and privileges to enjoy the Estate.

The Tasting Room @ Doolhof


The understated elegance of the cool, air conditioned, blue and white Tasting Room at Doolhof Wine Estate provides the perfect foil to display their award winning wines. It is situated in the original wagon house built in the late 19th century and, with light flowing in from its large windows and doors, invites guests to linger awhile to taste and purchase superb wines.

A private tasting area situated at the end of the long room can be reserved for groups of six people. The service includes a tasting of seven or eight wines by Doolhof’s wine maker. Bookings are essential.

A large terrace with cooling fountains and a shady garden, adjoins the Tasting Room, making it ideal for enjoying the light lunches on offer, or a quiet stroll through the gardens.

The Doolhof Wine Collection

The Legends of the Labyrinth


The Signatures of Doolhof


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Park Street Imports

Park Street Imports’ mission is to help emerging and established alcoholic beverage companies build and manage successful brands by providing innovative solutions and exceptional service.


Park Street Imports delivers productivity-enhancing and cost-saving back-office solutions, advisory services, and working capital to more than 1,000 alcoholic beverage brands from the U.S. and around the world. The company was launched in 2003 and is headquartered in Miami, FL with operations across the U.S. and E.U. Park Street was founded by McKinsey & Company alumni and is led by executives with long-standing industry relationships and decades of experience with global beverage companies.


The firm’s major practice areas are 1) Back-Office Solutions, including regulatory compliance, logistics, national importing, distribution, warehousing, order-fulfillment, accounting, customer service, and more; 2) Advisory Services, including business building, route-to-market planning, organizational effectiveness, strategic partnerships, joint ventures, negotiation support, and more; 3) Working Capital Solutions, including accounts receivable financing (factoring), revolving credit facilities, term loans secured by accounts receivables and other assets, guarantees, and letters of credit. With its extensive expertise in the alcoholic beverage sector, Park Street provides clients comprehensive, turn-key solutions across its practices areas, all within the context of exceptional professional service delivery.

Park Street Imports Executive Leadership

Harry Kohlmann, Ph.D.
 – Founder/Chief Executive Officer
Chris Mehringer – Founder/President

Park Street Imports was founded in 2003 and is led by Dr. Harry Kohlmann and Mr. Chris Mehringer, who serve as Chief Executive Officer and President, respectively, in which capacities they oversee all aspects of the company’s operations and growth, including business development, strategy, innovation, and client services.

Formerly, Dr. Kohlmann was a strategy consultant at McKinsey & Company where he worked extensively in the fast moving consumer goods sector in North America and Europe with a specialty in alcoholic beverages. Dr. Kohlmann has advised leading global beverage companies on topics ranging from new product initiatives, operational effectiveness, and growth strategies to acquisitions and portfolio management. Dr. Kohlmann holds an M.B.A. and Ph.D. (Economics) from Germany’s University of Cologne. He is fluent in English and German

Formerly, Mr. Mehringer served as president of a national consumer products distribution company, where he oversaw all aspects of operations and growth and developed and maintained strategic relationships with Fortune 500 consumer products companies. The company was acquired by Sanare. Mr. Mehringer is a founding member of the board of directors of the Developing Minds Foundation and an advisor at the Harvard Innovation Lab. Mr. Mehringer holds an M.P.P. from Harvard University and a B.A. from Wesleyan University.

From its executive leadership to its support staff, Park Street maintains a results-driven, professional services culture.

Park_Street_ImportsPark Street Imports invests heavily in technology-driven systems to streamline back-office operations and provide clients performance-enhancing business management tools. The company was founded on the professional service standards of McKinsey & Company, and Park Street’s talented people distinguish the firm through their responsiveness, accountability, and commitment to putting clients’ interests first. The company offers a fully integrated solution across front- and back-office services, working capital investment, and advisory services. With more than sixty-five years of combined experience among its senior management team and expertise in operations, strategy, information technology, finance, and deal structuring and negotiation, Park Street is able to help clients overcome challenges, accelerate growth, and capitalize on opportunities.

 Services Overview


Park Street Imports offers a wide selection of back-office, advisory, working capital, and alcoholic beverage compliance solutions for domestic and imported alcoholic beverage brands of all sizes and varietals: Wine, Champagne, Sangria, Vodka, Gin, Rum, Pisco, Tequila, Mezcal, Cachaça, Bourbon, Scotch, Whiskey, Brandy, Cognac, Liqueur, Cordials, Beer, and other malt beverages. The hallmark of Park Street’s offering is its cost-effectiveness, convenience, and transparency.


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Reynolds Wine Growers SA

The Reynolds Wine Growers Vineyard is set amid the S. Mamede hills, in a place of immense beauty – five hundred acres of meadows streaked with green, gold and intense brown. The scenery is filled with sky and hills, oak and cork trees dotted like sheep across the landscape.


The one hundred acres of vines are planted on the hilltop, which provides adequate natural drainage and excellent sunlight. The soil is mostly shale. The undulations of the terrain make the temperature vary hugely from night to day, which promotes the best ripening conditions for the grapes.

Reynolds_Wine_GrowersAlicante Bouschet (The Reynolds main variety)

It was introduced in Portugal by the Reynolds family over a century and a half ago. Alicante Bouschet or Alicante Henri Bouschet is a wine grape variety that has been widely cultivated since 1866. It is a cross of Petit Bouschet (itself a cross of the very old variety Teinturier du Cher and Aramon) and Grenache.





Beside Alicante Bouschet others red and white portugueses varieties are cultivated, such as.


The Winery – The Perfect Place

The winery was built in an old barn used in the past as a cattle shed. The reconstruction and transformation of the house were made with the utmost respect for the original structure: thick stonewalls, chestnut wooden ceilings and slate floors. This is the perfect place for the production of excellent wines, with the average temperature below 20ºC and a continuous optimum level of humidity.


The huge French oak casks were made to order for this particular cellar by the famous French coopers Seguin Moreau: they are used for the fermentation, just as they are by the great Chateaux of the World. During the (delete grape) harvest, each variety is picked in small quantities. The grapes are not crushed but gravity takes over. This method requires hard and skilful manual work.

Reynold Wines



All Reynolds wines undergo the strictest controls. The entire process is supervised by the house winemaker Nelson Martins.


The full range of wines are always very well rated by the prestigious international wine magazines Wine Enthusiast & Robert Parker.

Worldwide Taste

Reynolds wines are available on all continents. Its high quality has opened the doors of some of the best restaurants in the world.

Low Sulphites

Due to the high quality of the grapes, Reynolds wines are nearly free of sulphites. Wines are produced with fruit concentration and to the strictest hygienic standards to the wine to last for decades.

Reynolds Wine Ranges


Robert Reynolds 2005

Tasting notes

Dark color with powerful aromas, combining hints of spice, black olives and red fruit jam. It is a fresh wine with a persistent finish.


Excellent for all occasions and a perfect complement to desserts and chocolate. It should be served at a temperature of 12 °C to 14 °C.


Gloria Reynolds 2005

Tasting notes

Smooth with aroma of freshness and fruit in a perfect marriage with wood, which are revealed in the mouth with fine and elegant tannins, a nice long set of persistence. A pure and natural Red Wine.


A special wine for great events and high quality cuisine. It is recommended to open the bottle and to decant the wine an hour before drinking it. Temperature: 16 °C/18°C.


Gloria Reynolds Branco 2014

Tasting notes

Wine of great depth and richness in both the aromas and the taste. A touch mineral aftertaste lingering, long, cool and very front. It shows a great structure with a very smooth and balsamic feel in the mouth.


A special wine for great events and high quality cuisine, especially for fish stew and oven-roasted fish. It is most enjoyable with pate and cheese. It should be served at a temperature of 13 °C to 14 °C.


Julian Reynolds Gran Reserva 2007

Tasting notes

Smooth with aroma of freshness and fruit in a perfect marriage with wood, which are revealed in the month with fine and elegant tannins, a nice long set of persistence. A pure and natural Red Wine.


Wine for all occasions, an excellent complement to red meats, grilled fish and spicy food. It is recommended to open the bottle and to decant the wine an hour before drinking it. It should be served at a temperature of 160/180C.

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