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In 2004, when the first vines were planted at Gusbourne Estate in Appledore, Kent, we had a clear vision and a single goal: to create English Sparkling Wine that would stand up alongside the very finest offerings from across the globe. An uncompromising quest for perfection and a fastidious approach to detail has remained at the heart of everything we have done since. We ensure only the best grapes are used in our winemaking by growing and hand-picking them ourselves. We then present an authentic reflection of a time and place in each of our bottles, by producing exclusively vintage wines that are unique to each growing season.

Estrella Galicia is a Spanish independently family owned brewery, founded in 1906 in the Galician city of La Coruña, North West Spain. The brewery has remained in the hands of the Rivera family ever since, with its founder’s great grandson currently residing as company president. Since it began exporting outside of Galicia seven years ago, it has risen in popularity to become the country’s fourth largest beer. Estrella Galicia is identifiable in bars by its eye catching ceramic fonts, which have each been hand crafted in the traditional Galician pottery house of Sargadelos. To date its offering in the UK includes Estrella Galicia Premium, 0.0% alcohol-free beer, Estrella Galicia Gluten-Free, 1906 Reserva Especial, and 1906 Black Coupage.

Argentina’s best kept secret Luigi Bosca was founded 120 years ago by the Arizu family, which was one of the first to start planting vines in Mendoza, Argentina – the region now known as the home of Malbec. The winery has remained at the forefront of winemaking in the country ever since and is most famed for pioneering the export of Argentina’s unique and high-quality wines internationally. Positioned at the very centre of Argentina’s winemaking heartland, Luigi Bosca continues to make iconic wines that express the country’s unique climate and terroir. A world-leading producer to this day, in 2021 Luigi Bosca launches its De Sangre range of wines – the ultimate expression of the house style, which alongside the traditional Malbecs, showcases a world-class Cabernet Sauvignon.

Appalled by the lack of quality gin and wanting to encourage a younger group of consumers into the gin fold, Martin Miller and his two friends set off on a quest for the best gin possible, sparing no expense. Launching in 1999, Martin Miller’s Gin became the first super premium gin brand, thus sparking the gin renaissance. Since its launch in 1999, Martin Miller’s Gin has consistently won awards for excellence from the world’s leading judging institutions and continues to innovate the category through their barrel aged, moon series and seasonal variants.

Since its foundation in 2003, Scottish brewer Innis & Gunn has grown to become one of the UK’s most successful craft beer businesses. Using innovative techniques including oak cask maturation, Innis & Gunn brew multi-award-winning beers including the flagship ‘The Original’ and Innis & Gunn Lager Beer, recently awarded at The Great Taste Awards. The brewer’s portfolio also includes a range of IPAs and a line of bespoke limited-edition brews which demonstrate quality, innovation and craft.

The Oregon Wine Board is a semi-independent state agency representing and supporting the wine industry in this world-class wine region through domestic and export marketing, research, and education initiatives. Formed in 2003 and financed by a tax on wine grapes, the nine-member board is appointed by the Governor of Oregon and has included multiple vineyard and winery owners. It works on behalf of all Oregon wineries and independent growers throughout the state’s winegrowing regions.

Italicus Rosolio di Bergamotto takes you on a journey from North to South Italy, encapsulating the ingredients, art and creativity of the wonderful country in liquid form. Reinterpreting the almost forgotten category of rosolio, known under the King of Savoia through the 18th century as ‘Aperitivo di Corte’.Since its launch in 2016, Italicus has been recognised around the world for its exquisite liquid, stunning design and unique brand provenance.

It all started in the noughties, when Orchard Pig’s founder started dabbling with cider making in his garden shed, with a mission to add mischief to the mainstream. Bursting with West Country bittersweet apples, each sip of Orchard Pig is full of delicious flavour. Turns out West Country apples make great tasting cider.

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