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Soumah of the Yarra Valley

Soumah of the Yarra Valley is a producer of fine wines from the region. A hidden gem located down a country lane, in the dress circle of the cool Warramate foothills of Gruyere. Soumah set out to make wine with the charm of northern Italy but the provenance of the Yarra Valley....

Boutinot South Africa

Boutinot South Africa is driven by our passion for discovery and desire to capture the real essence of South Africa in every bottle. It was the simple love of Loire Chenin Blanc that first led us to South Africa in 1994, where we pioneered the wild ferment style that has now...

Château de Rhodes

Château de Rhodes is in the village of Boissel, close to Gaillac in South West France. The vineyards of the south-west are some of France’s most ancient and they are home to its most varied collection of indigenous grape varieties; not to mention a host of talented, sometimes...

Daschbosch

Daschbosch crafts elegant wines and experimental wines whilst upholding traditional methods of wine-making and craftsmanship, since 1754, when the farm land was granted by the Governor of the Cape of Good Hope, Rijk Tulbagh. Their wines reflect the vastness of the South African...

Yangarra

The Med meets McClaren Vale at Yangarra where single-estate Mediterranean varieties planted as far back as 1946 are grown in a traditional bush-vine style. The Blewitt Springs sub region of McLaren Vale, South Australia, is home to Yangarra Estate - 250 acres of vines in 35 individual...

False Bay Vineyards

An independent company, owned by Waterkloof founder Paul Boutinot, False Bay Vineyards aims to make 'real' wine affordable. These are sustainable certified wines bottled in South Africa and naturally crafted from mature and often old vineyards that, crucially, are naturally...

Donovan Rall

You know when something feels ‘just right’… you can’t explain it… it just ‘IS’? Well, that’s how we feel about Donovan Rall who we think is simply one of the biggest talents in South Africa! The towering talent of this itinerant winemaker started out with his...

Zorgvliet

This is a small 200,000-bottle winery in Banghoek, on the Helshoogte Pass between Stellenbosch and Franschhoek. It’s pronounced ‘Sorg-fleet’, which roughly translates to 'no worries', and that sentiment carries itself through all they do. Winemaker Bernard Le Roux is a...

Heaphy Vineyard

Heaphy Vineyard is a small winery in the north-west corner of New Zealand’s South Island, a region named Nelson Tasman. Our winery is situated high above Tasman Bay on the Moutere Hills, where our 10ha of long-established vineyards are defined by Moutere’s signature clay...

Bodega Pazos del Rey

The Val de Monterrei is an area ofunique microclimates in south-east Galicia. It is the only Galician region that lies in the basin of the river Duero. The river Támega, a well-known tributary of the Duero, cuts through the region from north to south, moulding its slate...

Wildeberg

The Earth’s mantle thrusts up above the gentle town of Franschhoek, a wild slice of untamed mountain on which sits a farm named Wildeberg. An established wine region for some 350 years, sensible generations never thought to plant a vine here until a happy band of idealists...

Sierra Grande

Sierra Grande, a range of wines that hail from sites in the shadows of the grand mountain range of the Andes. A range of excellent quality Chilean 'house' wines with true South American style and character.

Domaine Gigou

We're on the Loir here, not the Loire, about an hour south of the racing town of Le Mans. Jasnières is a tiny appellation with just 70ha declared, Domaine Gigou have 8 of those. Ludovic is using old vines grown on silex-flecked clay soils to prouduce outstanding and ageworthy...

Domaine J.Laurens

J.Laurens produces both Mauzac-dominated Blanquette de Limoux and Chardonnay-based Crémant de Limoux from their 30 hectares of sustainably-farmed vineyards, slightly to the south-west of Carcassone. The domaine was established by Champenois Michel Dervin in the 1980s, and since...

Domaine Fabien Duveau

8th generation winemaker Fabien Duveau is funny, serious, generous, excellent company and has one of the best Gallic shrugs in the business. He has around 20ha of vines spread across almost 40 different parcels in various parts of Saumur’s most famous and important vineyards....

Percheron

A contemporary range of wines celebrating the history of draft horses in South African viticulture and the ancient vines they once tended to. A breed of French, heavy horses, Percheron horses were regularly used in the vineyard many years ago. This practise is enjoying a resurgence...

Lone Palm Vineyards

The winery in the hamlet of Marananga was established in 1992 and has sublime vistas over its old vineyards. Ancient gums, on rolling Barossa hills, overlook Greenock and Seppeltsfield. Behind the small, hands-on winery is a classic, old-time Barossa homestead built in the late...

Azienda Agraria Scacciadiavoli

South East of Tuscany is the land locked region of Umbria. A rugged and wild place, with a long history of wine farming. The whites are often in the fresh, crisp spectrum but for us it is the reds which are most exciting, and down here they have a variety which is simply unlike...

Domaine de Lathevalle

Within the eastern part of the Beaujolais cru of Morgon there are two lauded hilltop vineyards - La Côte de Py and Les Charmes. Domaine de Lathevalle's Morgon comes from the latter, covering 10 hectares in one piece and enjoying a particularly interesting exposure due to its...

Azienda Agricola Contesa

Rocco Pasetti's superbly sited, 50 hectare, estate lies in the heart of the Collecorvino district in the hills northwest of Pescara, recognised as one of the best vineyard zones in Abruzzo. Surrounding the winery, the south-facing slopes of clay-chalk soils, at around 250m altitude,...

Villa la Pagliaia

The Villa La Pagliaia property in Castelnuovo Berardenga, around 15km from Siena, has a long and aristocratic history. The elegant 18th Century villa isamidst a striking landscape of vines, olive groves and cyprus trees.Their vineyards, here in thesouth of the Chianti Classico...

Boutinot Australia

Quintessentially Australian, this range offers consistent quality, hugely appealing, commercial wine styles that have gained a loyal following. Reflecting our skill and experience in seeking out the very best of Australia, our wines capture ideal climatic conditions and pure...

Smalltown Vineyards

Smalltown Vineyards express many of the Barossa’s prized districts form Gomersal, Kalimna as well as the Eden Valley and beyond. We work with exceptional vineyards simply expressed using minimal intervention, basket press where relevant, natural ferments in open top fermenters...

Domaine du Monteillet

Stéphane Montez's family have been growing grapes in the Northern Rhône for ten generations and today have 23 hectares of prime vineyards in Condrieu, Côte Rôtie and Saint-Joseph. After formally studying winemaking in France, Stéphane travelled to South Africa, Australia,...

Château L'Ermite d'Auzan

The original estate was founded in the 11th Century by the hermits of Sainte Cécile d’Estagel Abbaye and it made wine for pilgrims en route to Santiago de Compostella. The estate encompasses 80 hectares of sunny, south-facing vineyards planted on sandstone soils and benefitting...

Champagne Gremillet

The Gremillet estate was founded by Jean-Michel Gremillet in 1979 when he inherited a plot of vines from his mother, Lulu. Today, the house possesses over 40 hectares of vineyards and is situated in a small village 45 kilometres from Troyes - the historic capital of Champagne...

Château Pineraie

Cahors has been an established winemaking area for centuries and a Latin manuscript from 1456 shows that the Burc family were already land owners around Cahors at that time. 5th generation vigneron Jean-Luc Burc now shares the running of this 50 hectare estate near Puy-L'Évèque...

Alpha Box & Dice

A modern, cutting-edge collection of wines - just look at the labels - from the passionate and slightly bonkers trio of Dylan and Justin Fairweather and winemaker Sam Berketa. AB&D was founded in McLaren Vale in 2008 and is unconventional in its approach; there are no ‘regional,...

Domaine Félix et Fils

Energetic and charismatic, Hérve Félix has a small estate where he passionately produces a range of artisan wines. Founded by his ancestors in 1690, the estate remained in its 11 hectare form for three hundred years. In 1991, new plots of vines were purchased and the family...

Schieber Pincészet

The winery was established in 1978 as a family enterprise, under the name of Schieber Winery. Vineyards are mainly located in two places – in the Baranya – valley and in the very famous Görögszó vineyard. Kadarka and Kékfrankos are mainly coming...

Domaine La Décelle

Valréas is a canton of Vaucluse, founded in 1317 when Pope John XXII purchased the land to ensure his supply of the area's wine, having credited it with curing his ill health. His successor, Pope Clement VI, later bought the villages of Visan, Grillon and Richerenches, creating...

Cape Heights

Cape Heights is the benchmark for our single variety South African range. The name 'Cape Heights' is a direct link to the grapes that are sourced from across the Western Cape, an area of cold coastal vineyards and warmer inland regions, stretching up to high mountain peaks. Individual...

Guelbenzu

Established since the mid-nineteenth century, Guelbenzu built a new winery in Vierlas, in 2001. With just 46 hectares of vineyard in the Queiles Valley, their Lombana estate has stony soils with good drainage supporting low yields. The nearby Mount Moncayo and north wind creates...

Bodegas Madai

Brothers Daniel and Gonzalo Amigo returned to their roots to establish Bodegas Madai, recovering their grandparents' vineyards in ElBierzo, north-west Spain. Here, at the northernmost limit of Bierzo, their vineyards experience a continental-atlantic climate. On steep, south-facing,...

Château Tirecul

Robert Parker compared the sweet wines of Tirecul as the most notable sweet wines from anywhere in the world. A lot is written about terroir, soil and microclimates. You often question how much of it is true, how do people know exactly why the wines work out the way they do?...

Domaine de Grange Neuve

Located in Pomport near Bergerac, in the heart of Périgord, Domaine de Grange Neuve belongs to the Pichon and Castaing families, and it has grown from being a small farm with just 4 hectares of vines in 1898 to a vineyard of 70 hectares today. Dedicated to making wine that respects...

Keith Tulloch

“I cannot remember being more impressed with an initial release of wines than those”, said James Halliday when he first tasted Keith Tulloch’s wines. These thoughtful, hand-crafted wines hail from the Hunter Valley with a nod in part to the great Rhône Valley wines of...

Bacalhôa (formerly Aliança)

One of Portugal's largest and most progressive producers with 600 hectares spread across estates in five regions from Douro in the north to Alentejo in the south. Winemaker Francisco Antunes oversees what must be one of the most diverse ranges in Europe, from the 3rd largest...

Feudo Maccari

Located in Noto on Sicily’s south-eastern tip near the town of Avola, Feudo Maccari was acquired by Antonio Moretti Cuseri - who also owns the Tuscan Tenuta Sette Ponti estate - and his daughter Monica in 2000. This region has extremely fertile volcanic soils, as indicated...

Sharpham Vineyard

An English gem in Devon, Sharpham have been making wine for over 40 years and arerecognised for producing some of England's most outstanding wines. A recent move from their original home on the Sharpham Estate across the river Dart to Sandridge Barton, just south of Stoke...

Bodega de Sarría

Bodega de Sarría lies on a large and beautiful estate in Valdizarbe, in the hills above Puente la Reina, near Pamplona. Situatedamongst 1,000 hectares offorest, the 210 ha of vineyard consistsmainly ofsouth-facing slopes at 400-500m altitude, planted primarily with Tempranillo,...

Seriously Cool

Waterkloof is serious when it comes to the potential of South Africa’s ‘work-horse’ varietals, when expressed through seriously old vines, planted in cool, coastal vineyard sites. Best served neither warm, nor freezing cold, but cool.

Clos de L'Église

Clos de l’Église hails from the southerly village appellation of Mâcon-Charnay, just north of Boutintot’s Burgundian base in Saint-Vérand. The vineyard has a fantastic south-east facing position sweeping downhill from the front of the Roman village church (Sainte Madeleine)...

Tenuta Santa Seraffa

The 18ha Santa Seraffa estate is situated in the prized Gavi del Comune di Gavi zone which surrounds the town of Gavi itself (rather than the satellite villages). It now belongs to Araldica, one of Gavi's leading producers, who have the largest vineyard holdings in the region...

False Bay

Named after South Africa's most iconic bay, which frames much of the country's premium winelands, the False Bay range of wines are crafted by Waterkloof Cellarmaster Nadia Barnard. Grapes from mature, often old and always naturally balanced vineyards are sourced from...

Bricco Rosso

The fruit for Dogliani 'Bricco Rosso' is produced from around 20 ha of mature Dolcetto vines on the Bricco Rosso estate. This windy, south-west facing hillside site (at 400m altitude), is in the Dogliani DOCG, due south of the Barolo zone. The Dogliani area is renowned...

Alo

Our winemaker Guillaume Letang went on a voyage to vineyards unknown. He had never ventured this far south but curiosity got the better of him and he went to explore “the wild landscape” between Corbieres and the Mediterranean. What he found exited both him and us and the...

Prime Cuts

Creating extraordinary wines from a blend of grapes is a rich tradition in South Africa. We’ve been making wines in the Cape for many years and like to think we know our grapes from our grapes. One single variety doesn’t necessarily guarantee great flavour but in the right...

Waterkloof

Founded by Paul Boutinot in 2004, Waterkloof is a family-owned farm using organic practices. The farm is perched high up on the windswept Schapenberg, overlooking False Bay and The Atlantic Ocean. Living soils, naturally low yields and a long growing season help provide talented...

Wild House

Wild House is a lifestyle range which reflects a place of raw energy, a weather-beaten hut exposed to the storm-swept slopes of the Cape's mountains. Inspired by the ever-shifting views of the landscape and weather from each aspect of the house, we crafted this range of wines...

Strange Kompanjie Unlimited

What’s this then? SKU is a casual band of happy ferments. A circus tent of the Cape’s stranger grapes and blends. We will champion the unfashionable, experiment with the known and express the found before it gets lost. Mistakes are likely, fun certain. Welcome to Strange...

Dardi le Rose

The Dardi le Rose vineyard, in the hamlet of Dardi, is located on the slopes of the Bussia hill, an area regarded as one of the best for the production of full-bodied Barolo with the potential to age well. These wines reflect the quality and principles that Beppe Colla has devoted...

Le Riche

Le Riche is a family run estate founded by Etienne Le Riche in 1996. Situated close to the historic town of Stellenbosch, the winery is perched on the slopes of the Heldeberg Mountain and surrounded by the majestic Hottentots Holland Mountain range. If youre based in Stellenbosch...

Vuurberg

Vuurberg (pronounced ‘Feer-berg’, translated to ‘Fire Mountain’) is a tiny garage-style winery nestled next door to Zorgvliet on the Helshoogte Pass that winds round the eastern face of the Simonsberg Mountain between Stellenbosch and Franschhoek. Bought by Dutchman Sebastiaan...

Kleine Oranjerie

Working with vines old and new across the Cape, Kleine Oranjerie captures the Cape’s marvellous menagerie of vines in a glass. We are fortunate to source fruit from exceptional sites, from our farm in Franschhoek to the farthest-flung blocks of the Western Cape. All our wines...

Lavau

Maison Lavau is one of the last independent family run wine estates in the Rhône Valley with a rich wine-making history stretching back to the 1800s in Saint-Émilion. Having established themselves in the Rhone in 1965, Jean-Guy Lavau and his wife Anne-Marie built a reputation...

Horst Sauer

Weingut Horst Sauer is named after its owner. Both Horst and his daughter Sandra (who joined the winery in 2004) are winemakers at their 37 hectare estate in Franken - situated near Wurzburg (between Frankfurt and Nuremberg).Eight different grape varieties are planted, includingRiesling,...

Boutinot Canada

Boutinot’s Head Winemaker, Eric Monnin, has made it his mission to explore exciting New World regions and vineyards, from South Africa to Chile and Argentina. While exploring sites in Okanagan Valley he had an immediate connection with British Columbian Winemaker, Michael Bartier,...

Bell'Aja

The Bolgheri DOC (established in 1994) runs parallel to the Tuscan coast, bordering on the Ligurian Sea. The proximity to the coast brings light into the vineyards, and the moderate temperatures ensure a slow and regular ripening period for the grapes - maintaining fresh acidity...

Bodegas Arrayán

We’ve nipped in here with a producer who is starting to make waves in the world of modern Spanish winemaking. A focus on traditional varieties is beginning to sound like a cliché, but there’s a damn good reason for it. Sometimes on our travels we taste wines...

Weingut Messmer

Weingut Messmer, in the Pfalz region, was founded by Herbert and Elizabeth Messmer in 1960. It’s situated in Burrweiler, in the south-west of Germany, less than 50 miles from the border with France and to the north-west of Stuttgart. The yellow sandstone buildings had already...

The Rambler

From vineyard to vineyard, across the lands, the Rambler roams high and low in search of the best value wines around. It could be a red in Italy, a white in South Africa, or a yet to be discovered gem farther afield - the thirst for wines with taste and character is only matched...

Agricola San Felice

An outstanding Tuscan winery that has pioneered key developments in the Chianti Classico region for the last 40 years.Based in Castelnuovo Berardenga, around 30 miles south-east of Florence and at the southern end of the Chianti Classico zone, this reputable estate includes 140...

Azienda Agricola Ferghettina

Italian sparkling wine is not all about Prosecco, as leading Franciacorta producer Ferghettina has proved time and time again. Ferghettina is a family winery - established in 1991 by Roberto Gatti, and run with his wife Andreina, and their children Laura and Matteo. Starting...

Henners

When it comes to English wine there’s a lot to shout about, not least the stunning sparkling wines from Henners. Based just 4 miles from the sea in Herstmonceux, East Sussex, the 7 acre vineyard was created in 2007 by ex-Formula One engineer, Lawrence Warr. The winery was named...

Domaine Fiumicicoli

Domaine Fiumicicoli (pronounced phew-me-chikoli) lies at the heart of Corse Sartène, considered to be one of the best of Corsica's nine appellations and close to where the 13th century, Pisan-style bridge, Pont de Spina Cavallu (pictured on their wine labels), spans the river...

Azienda Agricola La Battistina

The La Battistina estate consists of 26ha of mature vineyard including 5ha in Gavi del Comune di Gavi. The property was acquired by leading Piemonte producer Araldica in 2002, establishing their reputation as a Gavi specialist, with the largest vineyard holdings in the region....

Casa de Vila Nova

Casa de Vila Nova is owned by the Lencastre family, ofaristocratic Portuguese lineage (one of their ancestors became the first Baron of Varzea do Douro in the 1800s). This land has been in their family since the 12th century - the ivy clad tower that still remains from that time...

Azienda Agricola Il Cascinone

Il Cascinone was acquired by leading Piemonte producer Araldica in 1999 - anexceptional estate in the Monferrato hills which has undergone extensive restoration and replanting. Now around 70ha of the total 102ha are in full production, with the warmer, southwest-facing slopes...

Cascina Preziosa

There are not many people who successfully create wines which, on the one hand display incredible, almost clinical attention to detail and on the other have so much soul you find yourself looking for the DOC Motown label on the neck of the bottle. Gianni Selva Bonino does. These...

Saraja

Saraja, a new project established in the Gallura region of northern Sardinia, is one of the island’s most exciting new producers, excelling with all 3 of its key varieties (Vermentino, Cannonau and Carignano). Mark Hartmann is effectively the ‘front-man’ for...

Le Petit Chat Malin

Le Petit Chat Malin translates as the Cunning Little Cat. Wines are made in the sunny climes of the south of France - think sun, sea and sardines! Here vines are carefully nurtured until the grapes are harvested at their optimum ripeness – sun ripened grapes packed with juicy...

Cuvée Jean-Paul

Of all the wines we produce and represent, it is the small Cuvée Jean-Paul range that truly epitomises the Boutinot story and our philosophy. Since the first bottling it has formed the backbone of our company and has proven our expertise in blending. Cuvée Jean-Paul remains...

San Fiorenzo

The Bolgheri DOC (established in 1994) runs parallel to the Tuscan coast, bordering on the Ligurian Sea. The proximity to the coast brings light into the vineyards, and the moderate temperatures ensure a slow and regular ripening period for the grapes - maintaining fresh acidity...

Boutinot France

Like all good stories, that of Boutinot France is both long and a little bit complicated! Boutinot began as a tiny importer in 1980, specialising in French wines. Paul Boutinot himself began by personally selecting the wines from France, back in the UK he would unload the trailer...

Domaine Mas Bahourat

Run by Patrick Bech and named after his family’s farm in Algeria, Domaine Mas Bahourat is classified within the Rhône region despite being located in the Costières de Nîmes, an hour south-west of the main Côtes du Rhône valley. Vineyards are...

L'Olibet

Domaine de l’Olibet’s seventh generation custodian has 22 parcels of grapes which he uses to craft this collection of wines. Some are tiny – just 0.38 hectares while others may be up to 6 hectares. Many of these parcels carry their own name or lieu-dit such as L’Olibet,...