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  • Aberlour

    Whiskey is one of the most famous and drunk spirits in the world, whose origins date back to the Scottish and Irish territory; it is in fact two states where in ancient times the cultivation of cereals, from whose fermentation whiskey is obtained, was very widespread, and, together with other testimonies and clues, nothing seems to doubt that the origin of this nectar is precisely in these places . Particularly in Scotland, among the many producers, there is one that can boast a story on which hovers an aura of mystery and legend: the Aberlour, distillery that takes its name from the homonymous place where it is located. A particular location, where a river flows whose waters were considered curative by the ancient Celtic populations; in fact it was the Celts who first used these waters to distil the alcohol necessary to create the healing elixirs to be given to the sick. The distillery was founded by James Fleming in 1879; James took care of every smallest detail of the building, with the desire to create something unique, to produce the best Whiskeys possible. James died in 1895, and from that moment the ownership of Aberlour passed into the hands of several companies, until in 1975 it was bought by the large group Pernod Ricard. Since then, many improvements have been made to buildings and machinery, with the use of new technologies that start from respect for history to move towards future perspectives. Aberlour has a production of 6 labels, with different aging, which start from a minimum of 12 years up to a maximum of 18; some Whiskeys also ripen in the renowned "Sherry cask", that is barrels where the prized fortified Portuguese wine was contained. A special note is due to the "A'Bunadh" - word that means "original" in Gaelic -, produced to pay homage to the founder Fleming, distilled without any cold filtration or other modern procedures, but created by following only the most ancient local traditions.

  • Akashi

    The White Oak Distillery, founded in 1888 by Eigashima Shuzo, produced classic sakes until 1984 when it was expanded with the addition of algae for whiskey production. The distillery algae work only for one month per year so the amount of whiskey produced is always very small. 

  • Al-Cantara

    The Farm Al-Cantàra is located in Catania. The name comes from the Alcantara River which in Arabic means "bridge." The bridge has always been a symbol for the family that established the company with his intent, certainly able, to join in his poetry activities, art and wine. A young company, which in a few years has captured the attention of fans thanks to a consistently excellent production, made of balanced and fine wines, characteristics also found in the best poems and works of art. Their bottles have involved the cooperation of both Alfredo Guglielmino of Cartura who designed the beautiful labels the company, which by Nino Martoglio, who inspired the names of the wines with the poetry collection O 'Scuru or' Scuru, album of Sicilian sonnets on "Maffia", appeared for the first time in 1895.

  • Allegrini

    The love for their land has pushed the Allegrini family to exploit the potential of the Valpolicella and its wine tradition. The choices made with great foresight have seen Allegrini become one of the leading companies in Italy, and it is in Valpolicella that the new generation of producers look to Allegrini wines as an essential point of reference. Property of the family since the sixteenth century, the company has over 100 hectares of vineyards on the hills of Fumane, Sant'Ambrogio, San Pietro in Cariano and more generally in all the historic areas of the denomination. An area devoted to viticulture since antiquity as confirming the etymology of its name: "val polis cellae" means "valley of many cellars". It is located in the western Veneto, between Verona and Lake Garda, and is bounded on the north by the Lessini Mountains. This is where the corvina, the swallow, the miller and other historical vines give life to some of the best red of the Peninsula, elegant and refined wines, interpreted by the Allegrini family in the wake of a centuries-old tradition that can meet the contemporary and the taste of today.

  • Alta Vista

    The Aulan family produces wines from different regions of the world, from France - country of origin - to Hungary, to arrive in Argentina, where since 1998 owns the company Alta Vista. Fifteen kilometers south of Mendoza, in the heart of Chacras de Coria, are the wineries with the best cutting-edge technologies. The constant pursuit of the highest quality, starting from the grapes to get to the finished product, is the malbec and torrontés and the two main varieties to be fully exploited thanks to the combination of French savoir faire with Argentine passion. Bodega Alta Vista now records an annual average production of 1.7 million bottles of high quality wine. Following a research philosophy aimed at obtaining the best expressions from various terroirs, and being able to exploit vineyards planted in the renowned Mendoza and Salta areas, Alta Vista is ranked among the most important and prestigious Argentine companies.

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