INTERNATIONAL COMPANIES THAT WE REPRESENT
ROYAL FISHERY CAVIAR - BLACK PEARL | GOLDEN STURGEON | GOLDEN BLACK
LIQUOR & ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES
TOBACCO & CIGAR
Hünkar Klasik: Yoğun anason aromasını ve kararında sert rakı sevenler için Hünkar Yaş Üzüm: Üzümün taze aroma ve rayihalarının öne çıktığı, yumuşak içimli rakı sevenler için. Hünkar Diamond: Yoğun üzüm ve kararında anason aromaları, rayihaları (kokuları), dengeli olarak yumuşak içimle birleşti.
Peuch & Besse Wines | Champagne
Château CAVALE Cuvée Saint-Michel Bordeaux Rouge 2012 Domaine HEIMBOURGER Chablis 2014 LA PIECELLE Bordeaux Superior Rouge 2012 Château du GRAND PLANTIER Cotes de Bordeaux Rouge 2014 Château du GRAND PLANTIER Bordeaux rosé 2014 Château du GRAND PLANTIER Bordeaux Blanc Liquoreux 2014 Château HAUT-BASTOR Bordeaux Blanc 2014 Château HAUT-BASTOR Bordeaux Rouge 2010 GERVAIS-GOBILLARD Champagne
Dom Perignon Champagne
In the 17th century, the monk Dom Pierre Pérignon nurtured an ambition to create “the best wine in the world”. Three centuries later, Dom Pérignon perpetuates this exceptional artisan’s vision and work, and he is now considered to be the spiritual father of Champagne. Each one is a unique creation with a style and an identity which are unique to its vintage: an alliance of ripeness, vibrancy, lightness and intensity – giving the wine the potential to age with suppleness and elegance.
Moet Chandon Brut | Rose Imperial
Since 1743 when it was founded, Moët & Chandon has been passing down unequaled winemaking savoir-faire and an innovative and pioneering spirit from generation to generation. Claude Moët, its founder with his grandson, Jean Remy Moët, a pioneering and visionary mind, Moët & Chandon became a major international champagne brand. This saga quickly transformed the family House into a worldwide symbol of success.
The story of the House of Hennessy began with one man’s vision. An Irish officer in the service of the King of France, Richard Hennessy foresaw the extraordinary international commercial potential of Cognac’s eaux-de-vie. In 1765, he set up his own business and founded a House that has since met with unequaled and unfailing success. With over five and a half million cases in 2013, Hennessy is now the top French wine and spirits brand by value in the world.
Glenmorangie Scotch Malt Whiskey
Glenmorangie single malt whisky has been produced at the Glenmorangie Distillery in the Scottish Highlands since 1843. As well as being Scotland’s favourite malt whisky, since 2007 Glenmorangie has won more gold outstanding medals at the IWSC, the international competition that rewards the best wines and spirits, than any other single malt Scotch whisky, therefore making Glenmorangie the “best awarded” single malt.
Veuve Clicquot Brut | Rose
When he founded his “négoce de vins à l’enseigne Clicquot” wine-making business in 1772, Philippe Clicquot nurtured one ambition: to break new ground. He first conquered Europe, then Russia in 1804, but died suddenly the following year. His 27-year-old widow, Madame Clicquot, courageously took up the management of the family business and carefully noted down her blends in “cellar books”, which are permanent records of her savoir-faire and taste for perfection.
Cloudy Bay Chardonnay | Sauvignon Bl
Created in 1985 by David Hohnen, founder of the Cape Mentelle estate in Australia, the Cloudy Bay vineyards extend to the mouth of the eponymous bay in New Zealand. This landscape, nestled between the Pacific Ocean and the Richmond Range mountains, is truly exceptional. Expressive, refined and fruity, Cloudy Bay wines embody the spirit of the region. Sauvignon blanc is the estate’s flagship grape variety. Its reputation stems from its freshness and finesse.
Terrazas de los Andes was founded in 1999, in the heart of Mendoza, a renowned winemaking region in the west of Argentina, on an estate where the first ungrafted vines were planted in 1929. It takes its name from the “terrazas”, a series of terraced plateaus at the foot of the Andes mountain range, scattered over altitudes ranging from 600 to 1,500 meters. On these terraces, each of the grape varieties – malbec, cabernet sauvignon, torrentés and chardonnay.
Belvedere created the world’s original luxury vodka in 1993, the choice of the variety of the rye, the quality of the water, the methods and techniques used for fermentation, distillation and filtering, the bottle: all these areas set Belvedere apart from all the other vodkas in the world. The bottle is first of its kind to combine frosted and transparent glass to depict ‘Belweder’, the Polish presidential palace, which really does justice to the meaning of the Brand’s name: ‘beautiful to see’.
The House of Ruinart was founded on September 1, 1729 by Nicolas Ruinart. His uncle, a learned Benedictine monk called Dom Thierry Ruinart had incredible insight. He foretold that this new “wine with bubbles”, developed in his native region of Champagne and which the royal courts of Europe adored, was destined for a bright future. The creation of the House of Ruinart coincided with the dawn of the Enlightenment in France and of the French “art de vivre”.
Russian Standart Vodka
The brand was introduced as the "Russian Standard" vodka in 1998 by the Russian Standard company of Roustam Tariko. The Russian Standard, later called Original, vodka established the brand as one of the top premium vodka brands in the Russian market. Its new Russian, Soviet-free identity, turned (unusually for a premium beverage) an advantage in the rapidly developing market of the 1990s Russia.
Patron XO Café Patron Silver Patron Reposado Patron Anejo Gran Patron Platinum Gran Patron Burdeos Patron Citronge; Lime, Orange, Mango
The exotic marula fruit is found only on the sub-Saharan plains of Africa, where it grows in the wild for just a few weeks of the year. Not just totally delicious, it’s also rich in vitamin C, potassium, calcium and magnesium, as well as protein. Beautiful and leafy yet drought-resistant, marula trees grow from 9 metres to 18 metres tall and can bear 500 kg or more of fruit per year.
The invention of this amaretto has received an amorous Renaissance treatment. In the early 18th century, a Milanesebishop or cardinal surprised the town of Saronno with a visit. A young couple, residents of the town, welcomed him and paid tribute with an original confection: on the spur of the moment, they had baked biscuits made of sugar, egg whites, and crushed apricot kernels or almonds.
The Glenrothes distillery is quite substantial; its ten stills have a capacity of over 5.6 million litres annually. The distillery runs at 90% of this and stores the maturing single malt whisky in the sixteen onsite warehouses. Despite this, Glenrothes preserves a rather artisan identity and have shied away from producing a traditional range. Perhaps it is down to current licensees, Berry Brothers and Rudd, the famed London wine merchants.
Four Roses Bourbon
Four Roses Yellow Label Straight Bourbon has been aged for 5 years, which is around the average age for American whiskeys. This age is associated with the youngest part of the whiskey, some components may be far older. Bourbon is the most popular American whiskey and is growing in popularity globally. This spirit is produced from a grain mixture that contains at least 51% corn. Bourbons can also contain a mixture of rye, wheat, malted barley, or malted rye grain in the mash.
Jose Cuervo | Tequila
CUERVO WAS THE FIRST PRODUCER OF TEQUILA IN THE WORLD. Jose Antonio de Cuervo y Valdes obtained land from the King of Spain in 1758 and began producing tequila – all before Mexico became an independent republic. In 1795, his son, Jose María Guadalupe de Cuervo, began selling the very first Vino Mezcal de Tequila de Jose Cuervo after receiving the first official charter from the King of Spain to produce tequila commercially.
Villa Massa Limoncello
The traditional Limoncello of Sorrento is produced by Villa Massa using an old family recipe. It is precisely the respect for tradition and the scrupulous care of the raw materials used that make this company international leader in the production of Limoncello for over twenty years. The real Limoncello of Sorrento is, in fact, produced using lemons grown only in one of the towns of the Sorrentine Peninsula, and in the island of Capri.