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Meet some of the the people who make our wines great.
Andrew founded McPherson Wines in 1968, earning himself a reputation as an innovator in the country's wine industry.
Australian Citizen of the Year and ex-boxer Bill Calabria has always believed in the quality potential of Riverina for producing wine.
Natives of the Worcester region for 150 years, the Lategan family have a prodigious knowledge of South African wines.
Arguably no one has done more to make German wine, and particularly Riesling, more accessible or quality-conscious as Erni Loosen.
The remarkably talented Fernando Domingo is the winemaker of Bodegas Casa Primicia.
Old friend Gábor Laczkó is man behind our bestselling Campanula wines.
Having studied oenology in Madrid, Hector's first job was in fact in Laguardia when he began working as an assistant winemaker in this beautiful Rioja region.
Like his Dad, Henry believes that a wine is made in the vineyard and so produces styles with as little human intervention as possible.
Jane Hunter: CNZM, OBE is a leading force in the New Zealand wine industry, who every year wins medals and trophies for her wines.
Young winemaker Javier Murúa was taught the ropes by dad Julián, who makes Barón de Barbón, by far our bestselling Rioja.
Jean Orliac started as a professor of agriculture but always held the dream of following in the footsteps of his winemaking grandfather.
Our Man from Haut-Brion, Jean-Marc Sauboua has been a winemaker at Laithwaites Wine since 1993, having studied winemaking in Bordeaux.
One of the most talented and respected winemakers in the country who's been in the business since 1958.
Admired for his integrity, honesty and family values, John Casella is one of the most respected men in the Australian wine business.
The winemaker and director of Adegas D'Altamira, Jose is completely self-taught, and in only two years has scooped no less than 30 national and international awards for his 'liquid gold' wine!
Le Chai's resident winemaker and our man in the Midi, Mark Hoddy's career in wine production began at the tender age of 12, at a small family estate in the Channel Islands.
Mike Roberts' Ridgeview winery in Sussex is at the very forefront of England's sparkling wine revolution. Oz Clarke calls his wines "the closest thing to Champagne."
Neil is one of the most hotly-tipped winemakers in Australia's Clare Valley. Along with his brother Andrew, he crafts superb wines that have won feverish acclaim throughout the wine world.
Gian Piero Broglia is the owner of the oldest property in the entire Gavi region - arguably the most prestigious appellation in all of Italy for dry white wine - Villa Broglia.
Chief winemaker at Andean Vineyards, Rodolfo 'Opi' Sadler is one of Argentina's most exciting talents.
Sam Trimboli has always championed the wide variety of wine styles in his beloved Riverina - he was the man who first brought the hugely popular Durif grape to our cellars.
Hugely talented Sicilian winemaker Scipione Giuliani is the man responsible for many of your No.1 wines.
Winemaking legend Dr Tony Jordan has been a friend of ours since the 1980s, when he helped us start our pioneering 'Flying Winemakers' project.