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It's so much more than just a name on a bottle. It's decades or centuries of hard work, passion, and commitment to quality and tradition. Let us introduce you.


Altos Las Hormigas

Region: Mendoza     

Farming Type: Biodynamic, Organic

With a Terroir Project that is centered on the idea that, "the main creative force behind the wine is its place of origin, and not the winemaker," Altos Las Hormigas uses Malbec as the vehicle to convey the unique and diverse nature of Mendoza. They have taken care to define individual 'Terroir units', to map them, and to farm them individually, so the character of each comes through in each distinct wine.

Bodega Goulart

Region: Mendoza     

Founded in 1915 by Gastau Goulart, a Brazilian military leader in political exile in Argentina, the estate was abandoned several years later when he returned to Brazil to lead the country's Constitutional Revolution. The property was revived in 1988 by the Marshall's granddaughter, and is managed by she and her family today. The replanted vineyards thrive in the unique microclimate of the area, and produce bold, complex wines.

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Bodega Ruca Malen

Region: Mendoza     

With a philosophy that the wines are made in the vineyard first, the founders of Ruca Malen are devoted to understanding the details of the diverse microterroirs they farm along the base of the Andes. The wines are crafted using French techniques, but artfully express each unique varietal and terroir, offering a true Mendozan experience with each sip.  


Dandelion Vineyards 

Region: Adelaide Hills 

Farming Type: Sustainable, Organic


Dandelion wines represent decades of experience, blending the fruit of their heirloom vineyards with the finest traditions of artisan winemaking. Dandelion Vineyards is a combination of old vineyards, a young winemaker, and a couple of mates to help in-between, which we believe makes for the ideal winery.

Heirloom Vineyards

Region: Adelaide Hills 

Farming Type: Sustainable


Heirloom Vineyards was conceived in vintage 2000, when a young winemaking student caught the eye of a silly old wine judge. A love story ensued inspired by two vows: To preserve the best of tradition, the old world of wine and our unique old vineyards and to champion the best clones of each variety planted in the most appropriate sites embracing the principals of organic farming. Seven long vintages of trial and error passed before Heirloom Vineyards could make a wine that was fine enough to pass on to future generations.

Konpira Maru

Region: Victoria

Farming Type: Sustainable, Organic


Konpira Maru mission is to make mid-week wines great again. Make wines that are full of character, with a focus on affordability and high drinkability. Wines that aren’t so expensive that you feel the need to talk about them the whole time during your meal, you can just enjoy the company you’re with (and have another bottle)!

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Ochota Barrels

Region: Adelaide Hills

Farming Type: Organic


The Ochota Barrels tale began on a surf trip, late in 2000 along the Mexican west coast in a Volkswagen campervan. A final destination after traveling some of the world’s best wine and surf regions, Taras and Amber Ochota conceived the idea to make super premium wines back home in South Australia. The concept was to concentrate on the zenith variety of McLaren Vale (Grenache) and the Barossa Valley (Shiraz), find an exceptional old vineyard site in each region and create plush, small batch, single vineyard wines.  Over the years the regions and vineyards may have shifted on a few wines, but the focus has always remained the same, showing precision and compression in the wines.

Ricca Terra Vintners

Region: Riverland

Farming Type: Sustainable

The secret behind Ricca Terra’s premium wines is to use grape varieties that are better suited to the warm and dry climatic conditions of the Riverland. The implementation of viticulture practices that strive for quality, practices such as crop thinning, hand pruning and hand harvesting. Ricca Terra is recognized for its innovation, leadership and vision, which helps contribute to the future reputation and excitement of Australian Wine.

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World's Apart

Region: Adelaide Hills

Farming Type: Sustainable, Organic

Louis Schofield, after decades of working in fine wine retailers and restaurants, created Worlds Apart in 2017. With a simple goal, to make thoughtful but also delicious wines. Sourcing sustainably grown grapes from sites in Eden Valley, McLaren Vale, and their own backyard in Adelaide hills, they are delivering the promise to make beautiful wines that are eminently drinkable and downright delicious.  

Wildman Wines

Region: Adelaide Hills

Farming Type: Organic

Tim Wildman became a Master in Wine in 2008 with a dissertation on Australian wine, which is his professional specialty. One of his many interests/businesses is called the James Busby Travel Company, one that takes a B2B approach bringing business minded wine folks from around the globe down to really experience Australia. It was time spent on one of these trips that gave Tim the idea of making wine, and more importantly pét-nat, because he wanted to pick the grapes, make the wine and bottle the wine, all while on a month-long trip down under. Tim loves free market enterprise but respected these growers/producers with 100+ year business plans and didn’t want to compete against them…hence pét-nat.

Yetti & The Kokonut

Region: Barossa Valley

Farming Type: Organic

The world has given us many dynamic duos, Batman and Robin, Sonny and Cher, the adding of Milo to milk…enter Yetti and the Kokonut. David Geyer (Yetti) and Koen Janssens (Koko) met in 2015 and set forth to experiment with grapes in exciting new ways, think of it as drinking outside of the box. With their feet in the vineyards and their tongues in their cheeks, a new breed of wines was created that needed minimal intervention.



Bolney Wine Estate

Region: West Sussex   

Farming Type: Certified Sustainable

The first three acres of vines were planted in 1972, making Bolney only the sixth commercial vineyard in England. Since then, they have focused on growing a range of varietals to produce red, white, rose and sparkling wines that have been highly decorated in both national and international competitions. Now under the third generation of leadership, the estate is maintaining its focus on producing the highest quality wines possible with new modern innovations in their winemaking process.

Digby Fine English 

Region: West Sussex   

Farming Type: Zero emission, Sustainable, Vegan

Digby is the first pure negociant in England, and is made with fruit sourced from long relationships with some of the best growers of Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier in England. The English wine country, stretching from the White Cliffs of Dover, has a unique terroir that is perfect for growing grapes ideal for sparkling wines. Named for a 17th century philosopher, artist, and pirate, Digby is an elegant, and truly English wine, gaining international acclaim.

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Balfour Hush Heath

Region: Staplehurst

Farming Type: Certified Sustainable 


Balfour Winery is one of England’s leading wine producers, pioneers for both English traditional methods in sparkling wines, and a new wave of English still wines. Making over 400,000 bottles of still and sparkling wines each year, Balfour is one of England’s most respected and renowned wineries, combining world-class winemaking with a spirit of innovation.


Cave du Château de Chenas

Region: Burgundy and Beaujolais


Located in the heart of Burgundy and Beaujolais, Chateau de Chenas was built in 1821 by the De la Hante family on the site of an old stronghold. With its impressive, vaulted cellars that date back to 1730 and the constant work of more 80 winemakers the wines are regularly rewarded with numerous prizes and medals.

Champagne Billecart-Salmon 

Region: Champagne   

Farming Type: Organic, Certified Sustainable 

Family owned and operated since 1818, this champagne house was founded with the marriage of Nicolas François Billecart and Elisabeth Salmon. Since then, seven generations of family members have continued the tradition of creating exceptional Champagnes, guided by the family motto, "Give priority to quality, strive for excellence".

Champagne Florence Duchene

Region: Champagne

Farming Type: Certified High Environmental Value     

Coming from French and Filipino origins, and with a significant family history of winemaking, Florence Duchene has a fresh and unique perspective to offer Champagne. She carries out all steps of the vinification process by hand on her four unique wines, with the stated intention of producing wines "in my image - original, exotic, complex and with character."

Champagne Lombard

Region: Champagne     

Founded in Epernay in 1925, the Lombard House is currently under the direction of Thierry Lombard, the third generation heir. "The environment is of great importance in the winemaking process: the grape varieties live and grow in typical soils, and for each of them the Lombard House strives to unveil their identity most accurately."

Château de la Jousseliniere

Region: Nantes 

Winemaker Gilbert Chon and his sons cultivate 60 hectares of vines and craft their wines with the utmost respect for ancestral techniques, based on almost three centuries of tradition. Their light, crisp wines are considered by many as 'the perfect oyster wine,' even featuring an oyster on the label.

Château Maylandie

Region: Languedoc-Roussillon

Farming Type: Certified Sustainable   

This estate in the heart of Corbières has belonged to the Maymil family since 1920. In more recent years they have welcomed modern additions to their traditional methods in the vineyards and the cellar. Yields are kept small to maintain the high quality of their wines, and vinification methods are varied between traditional and modern, depending on the varietal and type of wine desired. 

Château Ollieux Romanis

Region: Languedoc-Roussillon

Farming Type: Chemical Free, Vegan   

The estate was first planted under vine in the 11th century, but the winery was officially founded in 1868, and has been under the ownership of a single family since. Through a tumultuous history, the estate stayed true to its standard of quality and its loyalty to growing the Carignan grape, as well as a wide range of other varietals. Today, the estate is one of the largest privately owned wineries in Corbières, and is working toward 100% organic farming.

Château Pas-du-Cerf

Region: Provence  

Farming Type: Women Owned, Organic, Sustainable Practices 

Since 1848, eight generations of the Gualtieri family have led the vineyards and winemaking at Pas-du-Cerf. On the estate, eighty hectares of vineyard revel in La Londe's Mediterranean climate, and are surrounded by over 700 hectares of pristine nature in the heart of the Maures forest.