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A unique wine creation agency...

that utilises space in wineries to create boutique, artisanal wines that are reflective of the local terroir and indigenous varietals, using traditional and sometimes inventive techniques.

A combination of wine-making and marketing talent from around the world gives us a very flexible ability to create the unusual.   We currently have projects underway in the Roussillon and Cotes de Bourg in France and in Terra Alta in Spain.  In all our wine-making projects we are involved from the vineyard through to the bottle and control all the decision-making along the way.  We invest in the winery materials from the outset. 

Vineyard Productions also create blends and brands for customers all over the world, working with our clients and winemakers in almost every wine making country to ensure commercially successful wines are delivered into market.   Vineyard Productions works with Multiple Retailers, Independent Retail & Wholesale and On Trade business in the UK and overseas.

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immortelle, cotes de roussillon

Ancient Carignan, Grenache, Syrah and Mourvedre vines in Tautavel and Latour de France yield outstanding fruit, that through the use of open top, barrel ferments produce an outstanding Cotes de Roussillon, that in its third year of production is already one of the finest of the appellation.

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yaatra, nashik, india

A journey, the act of travelling from place to place.

Creating wine in this country of unmatched beauty is a step into the unknown, a voyage of discovery, struggle and joy. Nashik, the region from which this oak-aged Syrah comes, is not new to exploration and discovery.

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el garbi, terra alta, SPAIN

White Grenache, grown on the wind hit hills of Terra Alta.  Barrel fermented in 100% new Boutes Barrels from Bordeaux. Tight, elegant and restrained fruit, given full heavy lees treatment to produce a rich and opulent wine, complexed by careful oak treatment. The wine is unique yet reflective of place.

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departement, france

The regions of France can be described in numbers... No wine producing country in the world has such a variety of regionally specific wines, summed up best by the use of the word ‘Terroir’  reflecting people and place. These regions are also classified with a unique number, or ‘Département’.

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Fincher & co. awatere & dillons point, NZ

Brave winemaking in Marlborough.  In the Awatere Valley Sauvignon Blanc's is picked, cold handled and fermented to maximise the green, herbaceous character of the region, whilst Dillons Point vineyard fruit goes through a reductive barrel ferment and maturation program. Stylistically different.