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International Collection by Goelet Wine Estates

Our International Collection showcases Goelet family wines from around the world, including France, Australia, New Zealand and Spain; taste delicious wines made with the same attention to quality, elegance, and complexity as our Napa Valley wines.


Domaine De Nizas

Languedoc, France



Victoria, Australia


Clover Hill

Tasmania, Australia



Rioja, Spain



Marlborough, New Zealand

Goelet Family of Wines

The Goelet family owns premium-quality estate wineries in the world’s best wine regions. From Australia and New Zealand to Rioja and Languedoc, taste delicious wines made with the same attention to quality, elegance, and deliciousness as Clos Du Val wines.


Domaine de Nizas

Domaine de Nizas is located near Pézenas, in the heart of France’s historic Languedoc region. Vineyards are planted on gravel, red clay, limestone, and basalt subsoils, which provide excellent drainage while retaining freshness and humidity at a deep root level. Located 20 miles from the Mediterranean Sea, the vineyard enjoys a Mediterranean climate. Rainfall levels are low in autumn and winter, and the summer months bring dry, warm weather. A dry north wind blows over the mountains toward the sea, protecting the grapes from diseases linked to humid conditions and brings blue skies to help
them to ripen.



Taltarni encompasses 185 acres of estate Australian and Tasmanian vineyards. Described as one of the most beautiful vineyards on the planet, the rolling hills, sweeping vistas, bluffs, and stands of gum trees create a magnificent setting for the production of outstanding wines. Taltarni vineyards lie at 37o latitude, with soils of red clay, quartz, and sandy loam. Known as the Pyrenees region, cool nights and warm days allow for slow ripening and create ideal conditions for crisp sparkling wines.


Clover Hill

The Goelet family established Clover Hill Vineyard in 1986 in Tasmania’s Pipers River area—the premier source of sparkling wine in Australia. It is ideally suited for growing the “holy trinity” of sparkling varietals: chardonnay, pinot noir, and pinot meunier. The 66-hectare property overlooks Bass Strait with a climate similar to the Champagne region of France. Mild autumn temperatures with maximums in the low 20°C and minimums around 10oC create a long ripening period, which allows the fruit to accumulate intense flavor balanced with fine acidity.



Kato Sauvignon Blanc is sourced from Marlborough, New Zealand, the premier New World winegrowing region for this variety. The vineyards are located in the Ataware Valley, where coastal influences protect the fruit from sharp morning frosts. The word Kato means “harvest” in Maori, referring to the unique heritage of the region. Our logo represents three intertwined whale tails and was inspired by the Cook Strait, which is a migration route for humpback whales. As a wine company dedicated to sustainable principles in the vineyard, we are also concerned with the protection of all natural environments, including the ocean and the creatures in it.



Our Spanish wines are born from a passionate collaboration with the de Manzanos family, a fourth-generation Rioja winemaking family. deAlto Amo wines artfully blend the best traditions of this classic region with modern, cutting-edge viticulture and winemaking techniques. The result is a portfolio of luscious, fruit-driven wines with classic structure and balance.