Chile

Posted by on Dec 20, 2012 in Updates | Comments Off

Chile

Over the past several months we’ve invested time and money into developing relationships in the wine community in Chile. Although wine has been grown in Chile since the 16th century, its prominence in the wine world is fairly new. It is now the 5th largest wine exporter in the world. Chile has a unique geography that has been described as somewhere between California and France. It is our goal to work with just a few passionate winemakers from Chile, delivering some of the best and approachable volume and...

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Fine and Rare

Posted by on May 9, 2011 in Updates | Comments Off

Fine and Rare

For fine and rare we have partnered with WineGavel, a young and dynamic fine and rare wine auction company headquartered in San Francisco, CA. Their team and consultants have over 100 years of combined experience in the fine and rare wine and collector’s services business. We buy the world’s greatest wines in a dynamic internet real time auction format and get them to you with the best customer service experience possible. Every single bottle that we buy or offer is thoroughly inspected. If you are interested...

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South Africa

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South Africa

We are currently working to get a footprint in South Africa’s potent wine market. It is the 8th largest wine producer in the world; however, only accounts for 1% of the wine imports into the United States. Kimani Jefferson, who is headed to South Africa later this fall, thinks “Opportunity abounds for South African wines. The reputation has not been a good one because the first wines introduced into the states were bulk wines and were unrefined. However, since then, wine producers have increased their...

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eat…drink…be merry!

Posted by on May 9, 2011 in Updates | 13 comments

eat…drink…be merry!

Welcome to Vincita Trading, your doorway to the world of boutique, fine, and rare wines from all over the world! Do you remember the wine that did it? For me it was the Beringer 1997 Cabernet Sauvignon. When I took the first sip of that wine, my eyes opened wide and, for a moment, I don’t think I took a breathe. I didn’t know much about wine at that time but I knew this wine was a good one.

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