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-2-GreetingsP.13/ P.21P.14P.14-17P.17P.17-21P.21P.13P.22-36P.37-46P.46-51P.51-56P.56P.57-59P.59-60ContentsWine List by Grape VarietyCider & Natural WaterSparkling & ChampagneWhite Rose RedDesserts and Fortied WineWine List by WineryDreamtime PassAustraliaNew Zealand California Oregon Argentina ChileChampagneThank you as always for your continued support.2020 has been an exceptionally dicult year for everyone, right around the world. The wine industry has been no exception, from producers who struggled to harvest their fruit due to restrictions on the movement of people, to customers including restaurants and bars that were often required to closed. Nevertheless, the time-proven approach of facing and dealing with individual problems one-by-one while looking to the future keeps us optimistic for the year ahead.This issue we would like to introduce two very special winemakers, who are not only passionate about making wine, but about the quality of life of their workers and the communities in which they are work. Bodega Colomé, in the north of Argentina, produces high-quality wines in a remote, high-altitude region. Radio-Coteau / County Line Vineyards, in Sonoma and Mendocino in California, are strongly committed to regenerative farming that enables their vineyards and farms to regenerate and support a vibrant future. On a brighter note to end the year, Ata Rangi in Martinborough, New Zealand, celebrated their 40th anniversary in October 2020. Their story tells us that in making wine it is important to not only nd great terroir for growing wine, but also share a sense of purpose with the people you work with.Mr. Kenichi Tsuji, the owner and senior sommelier of Chateau Chinon, a wine bar in Kanazawa who loves cider, contributed a story on Three Oaks Cider, to which he gave his “delicious!” stamp of approval.In October, de Venoge showcased their white and red of Coteaux Champenois at a dinner party in Tokyo, introducing the style in Japan for the rst time. Attendees enjoyed a delicious pairing of the wines with a menu created by Chef Thierry Voisin. Professional wine taster, Motohiro Okoshi, tells us more about the wines’ heritage. The wines are scheduled to arrive in our cellars next spring. We look forward to them!"Wine from 13 Major French Wine Regions and 40 Countries ‒ History, Production Regions, Characteristics, Prospects” (supervised by Hiroshi Yamamoto) has nally been published. It also covers the historical background of production regions, to help deepen your understanding and appreciation of wine. Village Cellars was responsible for the Australia and New Zealand section. If you wish to buy the book, we can oer it to you at a slightly lower price than list, so please contact us.Village Cellars

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