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Levendi Winery
Levendi Winery

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G Companies understands the importance of meeting the public's life style needs in order to capitalize on ever-changing economies. For this reason, it insists on not just focusing in one specific form of real estate development, but on every platform available. In addition to homebuilding and multi-family developments, G Companies has positioned itself in the hospitality industry by investing in assets that are geared to providing services and products to its customers. In order to succeed in in real-estate development, you need to have a keen awareness of what your customer needs. G Companies has taken this knowledge and seamlessly carried it over to the hospitality division. The hospitality division seeks to meet the needs of every type of customer, from the working class, baby boomer, outdoorsman, millennial, to your high end customer.

The Greek toast "Levendi" acknowledges a hard day's labor and achievement. It celebrates the fields, the rain and the sun that nurtures our special grapes. Essentially, it's a toast "to celebrate life." And it is the philosophy on which we craft our wine.

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Levendi Winery

Napa Valley, CA

The Gianulias', have a strong Greek tradition of private winemaking dating back for centuries. Since 1926, on American—and Napa Valley—soil, they have propagated, refined and developed special handcrafted vintages to share with their family, and now with yours.

In 2000, James and David Gianulias began formulating a plan to produce a limited-edition premier wine to be introduced to the general market. Their quest for knowledge in the field was grand in scope and, before long, they had developed a keen understanding of wine production. They learned many of the intricacies of the business by accompanying experts involved in all facets of business as they conducted their duties. How does climate and soil condition affect crop? When is the optimum time for harvesting and crushing grapes? How long should fermentation last and under which conditions? What role does temperature play in the end product? What can be done to add structure and counteract reduction? How does the type of barrel the wine is stored in affect its flavor?

Armed with this knowledge and a passion for producing the best wine possible, the team recruited Alison Green Doran, who brought a lifetime of experience. Mrs. Doran was mentored by America's most influential winemaker André Tchellistcheff. By combining their respective talents, the team went about the painstaking processing of developing the ten-row, private select, single vineyard designate, 100-percent pure Cabernet Sauvignon. The result of this process is a wine that has taken the industry by storm — "Levendi".

Today, Levendi Winery, has produced five different labels of Cabernet Sauvignon, two of Pinot Noirs, one Syrah, five of Chardonnays, and most recently the brand came out with a refreshing Rosé of Pinot Noir with is harvested from the family estate vineyards. Levendi has received many accolades over the years, and the brand is carried in most states throughout the U.S.