A PACHAS in Madrid Spanish slang meaning "to share." The brand name is easy to translate into several languages, and it is a concept easy to transmit. In an abstract way, the labels of the three wines in the range show people having a good time-sharing a glass of wine.
A Pachas were founded by a Father-and-Son team with decades of experience in the Spanish wine business. The wine is from the Madrid D.O. and are produced under the direction of renowned wine-maker Jaime Alvarez Pastor. The artwork for the labels depicting the "sharing" of the wine was created by artist and wine-maker Carlos Estecha.
A Pachas Wine
Our Cava wines are from Requena, an area near Valencia from which the highest quality of Cavas are produced. Per the Cava DO, our sparkling wines carry out their second fermentation in the same bottle in which it will be sold. Our Cava wines are made with only Organically grown grapes and no animal products are used in the vineyard or production making them vegan.
Delaforce's history in the Douro Valley dates back nearly 200 years when the family arrived from England in 1834 and eventually founded the Delaforce Port firm in 1868. Between 1894 and 1906, George Delaforce had a warrant to supply Port wine to the Portuguese Royal Household, a rare honor for a non-Portuguese citizen. The company still uses the royal coat of arms on the label.
Almost every port style is represented in the Delaforce range of wines which are sold throughout the world. Over the years, Delaforce has developed a reputation for its outstanding blending and aging skills which express themselves in the company's renowned aged tawny ports. Its distinguished portfolio of products continues to earn the company its recognition as the master of the port blend.
Pavolino wines from Italy's Veneto region are Kosher for Passover and all year long. True to their terroir, the wines are also Vegan Friendly, not using any animal products in the production/filtration process. Gluten-Free.
San Fiorenzo is a Villa La Pagliaia project aimed to highlight two other renowned appellations in Tuscany: Montalcino and Bolgheri. Alongside the classic wines of Villa La Pagliaia in Chianti Classico, we offer a full selection of premium Tuscan wines.
San Fiorenzo Wines
The Seifried family’s winemaking story begins in 1973, when Austrian born Hermann Seifried and his New Zealand wife Agnes, were the first to plant near Nelson, on the northern shores of New Zealand’s South Island. In 1976 they made their first wine, and today, fifty years since it all began, the family business includes the second generation, Heidi, Chris and Anna, all involved in the daily operations of the winery.
Seifried Estate was an early adopter of 'Sustainable Winegrowing New Zealand' auditing both vineyards and winery since the mid 90’s. The family farms over 800 acres across ten sustainably accredited vineyards scattered throughout the Nelson region, with their wines being distributed in 25 countries around the globe.
Tres Buhis wines originate from the D.O. Yecla in Spain. The wines are Kosher for Passover and all year long and are also Vegan Friendly, not using any animal products in the production/filtration process. Gluten-Free.
Tres Buhis Wines
Villa La Pagliaia is an ancient country mansion located in the middle of the Chianti Classico hills, a few kilometers from Siena. The villa was built by Giulio Bianchi Bandinelli (1769-1824), a member of a prominent and ancient Sienese family. Over the years, this property has not lost its original charm, since the elegance of the Italian-style building is also reflected in the architecture of the garden in front of it. The villa is surrounded by a romantic English landscape park that blends in perfectly with the style of the Italian garden, with round flower beds bordered by low boxwood hedges and gravel paths.
Because of its unmistakable beauty, as well as for the surrounding landscape and the atmosphere of peace and serenity that reigned inside, Villa La Pagliaia soon became the home of Grand Duke Ferdinand III and his court when he was in Siena. During his stay, the Grand Duke praised the territory, the mild climate, and the wide-open spaces that allowed him to enjoy a pleasant stay with his entourage.
Villa La Pagliaia produced its first bottle of wine in 1895 and is, therefore, one of the historic producers of the area. Located in the southern part of the Chianti Classico region, the vineyards owned by Villa La Pagliaia are characterized by a mixed soil of clay and limestone. Almost all of them are planted with Sangiovese and produce three wines of absolute excellence: Chianti Classico, Chianti Classico Riserva, and Chianti Classico Gran Selezione.
Villa la Pagliaia Wines
Zufini wines originate from Northern Italy’s DOC Appellations. The wines are produced without the use of any animal products, making them vegan-friendly. They are also gluten-free, OU-P certified Kosher for Passover and Mevushal.