In the last years, Marlborough has definitely demonstrated to be a unique wine region, and its wineries are achieving important international results thanks to their stylish and exciting wines that are able to surprise and delight.
Greece, the renowned birthplace of Dionysos, the god of wine, has the longest wine production and consumption history in the world, as well as the richest heritage. Greek wine has been produced for more than 4,000 years.
Marsala, a sweet wine bearing the same name as the city and which, in 1969, was the first wine in Sicily to be awarded recognition as a denomination of controlled origin (DOC), owes its creation to an Englishman, John Woodhouse.
Rioja is a privileged region for growing grapes and making top-quality wines, with a unique personality and an exceptional aptitude for ageing. The Rioja wine region is located in northern Spain, on both sides of the River Ebro.
Romania numbers among the few countries in the world that benefits of such favorable conditions for vine growing and wine making, and Romanian wines have undoubtedly achieved important international results during the last years.