Argentine wines are considered New World wines, but actually have a rich history dating back more than 400 years. Winemaking practices were spread throughout by Spanish missionaries planting vines to ensure a supply of sacramental wines.
Zonin Prosecco is a varietal wine made from the Glera grape, which is native to the Veneto region. There, the Zonin family owns the largest Glera vineyards in Italy. It is from these vineyards that the fruit for Prosecco is sourced.
Previously called Flying Finix, Bird of Fire is a rich and elegant label of Botrytis dessert wine inspired by the long-lived phoenix. In Greek mythology, this mystical bird is reborn from the ashes of its predecessor, becoming a symbol of renewal and life.
Alpha Estate Wines – these are the wine products that are carried by IQPS for Alpha Estate Wines (Greece) Alpha Estate Malagouzia Single Vineyard Turtles Country of Origin: Greece Tasting Characteristics Brilliantly, light yellow in colour with greenish tints. Strong and lively nose, typical Malagouzia, suggesting rose petal with floral aromas and sweet spices, melon,…
Stonefish International was established in 2000 by Peter Papanikitas, who through a career exceeding 30 years in the industry working for large companies such as Lindemans, Penfolds and Cinzano developed a priceless level of expertise on the production and sales of high quality and value wine.
Lost Turtle Sauvignon Blanc was introduced to the market in 2009 – the same year that sales of New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc overtook Chardonnay as Australia’s highest selling white wine. Since then, the popularity of this varietal has continued to strengthen.
An exciting new range of fresh and vibrant wines made from grapes selected from premium vineyards throughout Australia and New Zealand. Like it’s brother Stonefish, this elegant wine represents exceptional quality at a fantastic price.
Over the last decade, female consumers have become an increasingly important market internationally. Women generally prefer light wines, low in alcohol with a refreshing taste, creating a higher demand for sweet, bubbly wines.The
Continuing the oceanic theme of wine brands produced by Stonefish International, the Black Pearl label wasintroduced in 2012 to satisfy increasing demand for an entry level range of Australian wine.