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Italy

Italy is home to some of the oldest wine-producing regions in the world and is the world's second largest wine producer behind France.Italian wine is exported around the world and is also extremely popular in Italy: Italians rank fifth on the world wine consumption list by volume with 42 litres per capita consumption. Grapes are grown in almost every region of the country and there are more than one million vineyards under cultivation.

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Spain

"This wines are made from 100% Tempranillo grapes. Red cherry bright and attractive. Pleasant aging aromas come to one's nose with spice notes coffee and cacao. It is smooth complete to the taste slightly tannic with well-balanced acidity and a long finish." Winemaker's Notes

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Chilie

Viña Requingua’s mission is to be efficient in all stages of wine production, in order to build ever-greater confidence in our products throughout the world. To satisfy our consumers and earn their loyalty — excelling in service — is the day-to-day mission of the Requingua team. To be a team of agile, adaptable, pro-active and capable members is fundamental in our company’s organization.

The Viña Requingua vision is to maximize annual sales, maintaing direct contact with distributors and consumers throughout the world. Viña Requingua aims to deliver the best price-quality ratio in its products, in order to achieve greater development and production. Our principle vision is to adapt to different market needs and to be recognized as a company open to the world.

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Republic of Georgia

A great wine is the most sincere expression of the land and people that give it life. For that reason the birth of wine culture, and the birth of Georgian culture, will forever be bound together. During archaeological digs, seeds of cultivated grape variety "vitis vinifera sativa" dating back 7 - 6 thousand years BC, and 3 - 4 thousand year old massive clay wine fermenting amphoras, “Kvevri” have been uncovered from ancient settlements in modern Georgia, proving these statements accurate. Many etymologists even consider the modern generic word “wine” to be derived from the ancient Georgian word “gvino”.

To taste a wine born in this land of poets, artists, and warriors from valleys guarded by the mighty Caucasus range, located at the cross-roads of East and West, North and South is like taking an epic journey through our combined global history. 

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Republic of Armenia

Prints of ancient grapevine were discovered in the clay lake sets of the upper flows of the river Eghegis in the Armenian Vayots Dzor region and the archeological researches of those prints proved their 4-5 thousand year origin. 
Other ancient artifacts unearthed by archeologists state the grapes were used in the second half of the VI millennium B.C. and were discovered in the Neolithic residency of Aratashen, not far from Vagharshapat. 
The ancient remnants of wine grapes were discovered in the south-eastern plain of Kharberd, in the second half of the 5th millennium B.C. 

 

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