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producers in this wine event i shouldn't miss? (see post for golden glass attendees)

the producers participating in this year's golden glass --

ITALY

* La Corte, Piedmont
* Villa Giada, Piedmont
* Marco Destefanis, Piedmont
* La Montagnetta, Piedmont
* Cantina del Pino, Piedmont
* Marchesi Incisa della Rocchetta, Piedmont
* Podere Ruggeri Corsini, Piedmont
* Nuova Cadameo, Piedmont
* Cascina Dongiovanni, Piedmont
* Ghisolfi Attiglio, Piedmont
* Germano Ettore, Piedmont
* Bricco Maiolica, Piedmont
* Scagliola, Piedmont
* Enzo Boglietti, Piedmont
* La Gironda di Galandrino, Piedmont

* Adami, Veneto
* Arnaldo Caprai, Umbria
* Azienda Agricola Contesa, Abruzzi
* Borgo Scopeto e Caparzo Srl, Toscana
* Borgo Colloredo, Molise
* Ca’ Du Rabaja’, Piedmonte
* Cantina Produttori Cortaccia, Alto Adige
* Cantina Pedres, Sardegna
* Cantina Produttori San Michele Appiano, Alto Adige
* Cantina St. Pauls, Alto Adige
* Cantina Tollo S.C.A., Abruzzi
* Cascina Adelaide, Piemonte
* Castello di Neive Azienda Agricola di Italo Stupino, Piemonte
* Centorame, Abruzzi
* Conti Zecca, Puglia
* D’Angelo, Basilicata
* D’Antiche Terre, Campania
* Eugenio Collavini Viticoltori, Friuli-Venezia Giulia
* Filippo Gallino, Piemonte
* Fornacina, Toscana
* Gigante, Friuli-Venezia Giulia
* I Balzini, Toscana
* Marotti Campi, Marche
* Nicolis, Veneto
* La Boatina, Friuli-Venezia Giulia
* La Crotta di Vegneron, Valle d’Aosta
* La Montecchia, Veneto
* La Tordero, Veneto
* Le Fonti, Toscana
* Lini Oreste e Figli SPA, Emilia-Romagna
* Livon, Friuli-Venezia Giuli
* Pierpaolo Pecorari, Friuli-Venezia Giuli
* Podere Gualandi di Guido Gualandi, Toscana
* Primosic, Friuli-Venezia Giulia
* Prunotto, Piemonte
* Ronco Dei Tassi, Friuli-Venezia Giuli
* Ruggeri, Veneto
* Sassotondo, Toscana
* Scacciadiavoli, Umbria
* Tranchero Osvaldo, Piemonte
* Valle dell’ Asso, Puglia

NEW ZEALAND
FROM THE WINEGROWERS OF NEW ZEALAND

* Allan Scott
* Brancott
* Dashwood
* Forrest
* Gladstone
* Goldwater
* Huia
* Lindauer
* Mills Reef
* Mt Difficulty
* Nautilus Estate, Marlborough
* Matua Valley
* O:TU
* Palliser Estate, Martinborough
* Paritua
* Staete Landt
* Spy Valley
* Stoneleigh
* Steve Bird
* Trinity Hill
* Vavasour
* Villa Maria
* Waimea
* Whitehaven
* Wild Earth
* Woollaston

AUSTRALIA

* Cullen, Margaret River
* Henschke, Eden Valley
* Jansz, Tasmania
* Jasper Hill, Heathcote
* Jim Barry, Clare Valley
* mesh, Eden Valley
* Pewsey Vale, Eden Valley
* Philip Shaw Wines, Orange
* Yalumba, Barossa & Eden Valley

SPAIN

* Bodegas Alejandro Fernández-Tinto Pesquera, Ribera del Duero
* Condado de Haza, Ribera del Duero
* Dehesa la Granja, Vino de la Tierra de Castilla y León
* El Vínculo, La Mancha
* Bodeas Guelbenzu, Navarra/Ribera del Queiles
* Bodegas Bretón, Rioja Alta
* Bodegas Toro Albalá, Montilla-Moriles
* Martinsancho, Rueda
* Bodegas Valenciso, Rioja Alta
* Bodegas Pasanau, Priorato


GERMANY

* Georg Breuer, Rheingau
* Dr. Bürklin-Wolf, Pfalz
* C.H. Berres, Mosel

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  1. There is a lot of good wine here...I would not miss
    Marchesi Incisa della Rochetta
    Arnaldo Caprai
    Prunotto
    Goldwater
    Nautilis
    Henschke
    Phillip Shaw
    Georg Breuer

    Good luck!

    1. NEW ZEALAND
      * Allan Scott
      * Dashwood
      * Goldwater
      * Huia
      * Mt Difficulty
      * Palliser Estate, Martinborough
      * Vavasour

      AUSTRALIA
      * Cullen, Margaret River
      * Henschke, Eden Valley
      * Jasper Hill, Heathcote
      * Jim Barry, Clare Valley
      * Yalumba, Barossa & Eden Valley

      SPAIN
      * Bodegas Alejandro Fernández-Tinto Pesquera, Ribera del Duero
      * Condado de Haza, Ribera del Duero
      * Dehesa la Granja, Vino de la Tierra de Castilla y León
      * El Vínculo, La Mancha
      * Bodeas Guelbenzu, Navarra/Ribera del Queiles
      * Bodegas Bretón, Rioja Alta
      * Bodegas Toro Albalá, Montilla-Moriles
      * Bodegas Valenciso, Rioja Alta
      * Bodegas Pasanau, Priorato

      GERMANY
      * Georg Breuer, Rheingau
      * Dr. Bürklin-Wolf, Pfalz

      1. I fully support the suggestions so far, and would second the Jim Barry and the Cullen from Oz. I would also definitely go for the Nautilus if they're pouring their pinot. I was very impressed by them last year when I was working in Marlborough.

        1. Arnaldo Caprai - Hopefully Marco will be there as well - super nice guy.

          Georg Breuer - the man himself passed away, and way too soon I might add. Have not had wines from this estate since then - they used to be GLORIOUS wines.

          1. For something a little off the beaten track...try my friends at La Crotta di Vegneron, from the Valle d’Aosta.

            They are trying to make their wines known to the wider world and they are taking their first trip to the US... so they will probalbly be a little hesitant,... tell'em Mark sent you and that might help...

            Recommnedations worth tasting are the Muscat based wines both in the Dry and Dessert version (Passito).
            In the Reds try the Fumin which is grown only in the Val D'Aosta.
            Then there are also the Pinot Grigio wines, again both Dry and Dessert (called Flétri).

            There's more but I'll let you discover them by yourself....