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All our producers are independent; their wines taste delicious and are the best examples in the region that we could find.They practice sustainable viticulture and are paid a fair price for their wines. Discover more about them on these pages.
This is a family run winery situated in the heart of the Langhe district of Piedmont.The winery started its activity at the beginning of 1900 when grandfather Giovanni started cultivating the vineyards. Later expansion came after acquiring a small farm with his son Aldo and, more recently in 1994, with the help of grandsons Marco and Vittorio when they started producing and bottling their own wine.
La Cipriana estate is situated on the slopes of the town of Castegneto Carducci in the area of Bolgheri and is the property of the Fabiani brothers, vine growers since 1975. The family owns some 8 hectares of vineyard and 3 of olive trees and produces wine exclusively from their own grapes.
Situated in an old rural farm on a modest hill at the foot of the Lessini Mountains between Ronca and Terrossa lies the Corte
Moschina estate with 15 hectares of vineyard holdings.
Azienda Agricola Gamba produces an outstanding range of Valpolicella from their winery at Gnirega in the Verona region of North East Italy. This is a marvellous small family estate (just 6 hectares) located in the highest quality sites.
The Le Fioraie estate lies in the heart of the Chianti Classico area 5 km from the village of Castellina and has been in the caring hands of the Neri family for three generations.
The estate dates back to 1529 and current owners Giancarlo Ariano acquired the estate in 1970. The 12 hectare estate, located right in the heart of the Gavi DOCG region, is planted exclusively with the Cortese grape.
The family estate has expanded from just two hectares in 1970 to twenty two hectares today. The two brothers, Luciano and Remo are meticulous guardians of the estate producing wines with incredible aromatics and finesse. They practice sustainable viticulture.
Barkus, the “Dog of Wine” takes his name from the mythical Roman god of wine.
Château Joliet is located in the commune of Fronton some 29kms from Toulouse. Owned by Francois and Marie-Claire Daubert, they have spent the last twenty years building up the chateau as one of the best in the Fronton appellation. They are true "artisans of wine"; both vine growers and winemakers they have the utmost respect for authenticity in the bottle and respect for the environment.
The company was established by Giuseppe Daldin and his wife Lena but is now run by Norma (winemaker and Director) with her husband Riccardo with the assistance of wine expert Pancotto. Their estate lies near Vidor in the renowned San Pietro di Barbozza area in the heart of the Conegliano-Valdobbiadene DOCG.
Champagne De Meric based in the Grand Cru village of Ay, produce outstanding Champagne using only the finest Premier and Grand Cru grapes.The heritage of Champagne De Meric dates back to 1843 when the Besserat family planted their vines in Ay.Located in the heart of the Champagne region, this village produces grapes classified as grand cru and has produced pinot noir grapes for centuries.
Located in the foothills of Brouilly, husband and wife team Celine and Pierre Andre Dumas follow a tradition of tending their vines and producing their wines over several generations. Whilst harnessing latest technology in the winery, they hold a deep respect for tradition and practice sustainable viticulture following the “Terra Vitis” philosophy of Lutte Raisonnee.
Jean-Benoit Pelletier has owned these vineyards, previously used by a co-operative, since 2000.
The winery is located to the South of Pau at an altitude of 380 metres in the heart of the Lasseube slopes of the Pyrennees. The terrain is hilly with a relatively cool continental climate but with Atlantic influence to provide rainfall.
In this wonderful region of France, helped by the soil and warm Mediterranean climate, Christa Vogel and Hans Hurlimann aim to make wines that are wholly typical of the south, with a subtle character and incomparable taste.
Le Domaine des Cognettes is located in Muscadet deSevre-et-Maine in the mediaeval town of Clisson, famous for its Italian style architecture. Brothers Stephane and Vincent are artisan winemakers with a deep respect for their terroir whose knowledge and expertise has been passed down through the generations.
Located in the commune of Bourgueil, the family estate has been passed down over three generations. Damien Lorieux runs the 11.5 hectare estate and combines modern viticultural technology whilst holding the upmost respect for tradition.
Domaine Maurice Gavignet is based in Nuits Saint Georges and owns 10 hectares of vineyards across the villages of the Cote de Nuits including the famous village of Vosne Romanee, the home of Domaine Romanee Conti.
This artisan Champagne house owns and farms 12 hectares organically in these most auspicious Pinot Noir and Chardonnay vineyards of the Aube Valley.
The Domaine Ollier-Taillefer is a family-run business in Fos, a picturesque village on the high slopes of the Faugeres Appellation in central Languedoc. Brother and sister Luc and Francoise are the fifth generation of a line of vignerons born and bred within the area of Faugeres.
Roger and Didier Raimbault's Domaine is situated inthe Verdigny district, right in the heart of the Sancerre wine producing area. Their family has been growing vines for ten generations.
Domaine Sauger is at the heart of the exciting and newest appellation AOC Cheverny inthe Loire valley. The winemaker, Phillipe Sauger, whose family have been working this 24 hectare estate since 1870, cultivates vines from his own nursery and supplies other local growers to help sustain the typical characteristics of the Appellation.
Run by Sebastien, the Treuillet estate is located at the eastern end of the Loire Valley in the heart of Pouilly Fume expanding into Coteaux du Giennois. The Domaine has been in existence since 1995 planting having commenced first with Sauvignon and Chasselas vines in 1991.
This exciting new Domaine, located at Cahuzac-sur-Vère in the heart of the Gaillac region which lies to the north east of Toulouse, has been in the care of Aurélie Balaran since 2007. She is the daughter of Denis Balaran of the renowned Domaine D'Escausses, the only winery in Gaillac with a vintage quoted by Robert Parker.
The Maggio family have expressed their great passion for wine for over half a century.Massimo and Barbara Maggio have found the perfect balance between family custom, tradition and innovation.
This is a small family estate of 6 hectares owned and run by Maria and Pierre Mollier. It is located in the commune of Vinezac in the South of the Ardeche which lies to the west of the river Rhone between Montelimar and Avignon.
Mas de la Barben is a meticulous producer in the Coteaux du Languedoc just outside Nimes, the vines are an average of between 35 to 40 years old producing wines with great depth and character.
Maynard’s Port is the revival of a port name from a highly professional and dynamic team of people with vast experience in the world of wine, with a particular focus on port. The business is headed up by brothers Fernando and Álvaro van Zeller (previous owners of Quinta do Noval) and Tiago Trigo (previously of the Fladgate Partnership and Sogrape Group).
Sirromet’s winery is located about 30 minutes drive south of downtown Brisbane. Recently awarded a 4.5 star rating by James Halliday,one of Australia’s foremost wine writers and critics, it is a family owned company proud to present high quality, premium Australian wines.
Set in the breathtaking Chianti countryside, the Sticciano country estate is not far away from the medieval towns of Certaldo and San Gimignano. "Passion" is the key word to understand the philosophy of the estate that strives towards producing the best quality without compromise.
‘My life has been a journey towards Umamu’ explains Chief Executive Charmaine Saw. The palindrome of the name she says is inspired by balance and contentment.