Loire Valley, France
Ackerman is the Loire Valley’s leading producer of quality sparkling wines, specialising in Crémant de Loire and Saumur. True to the pioneering spirit of Jean Baptiste Ackerman, who first brought the secrets of traditional method sparkling wine production to the Loire, Ackerman leads the market with its dynamic and innovative approach to winemaking.
Anecoop is a vibrant and energetic co-op with member wineries across both the Valencia and Navarre D.O.s. With access to the latest technological resources, high-calibre winemakers and modern facilities, Anecoop offers a diverse portfolio of quality wines at excellent price points.
Bodegas Barbadillo is one of the world’s finest Sherry suppliers and is Spain’s leading producer of Manzanilla. Founded in 1821 in Sanlucar de Barrameda, Barbadillo is still a 100% family owned business. Overlooking the Atlantic Ocean and the Quadalquivir river, their celebrated wines are the product of the perfect microclimate and the best of modern winemaking.
Casa Santos Lima
A family owned company located just north of Lisbon producing wines from Lisboa, Algarve, Alentejo, Vinho Verde and Douro. With around 400 hectares of vineyards, CSL is also the largest producer of “Vinho Regional Lisboa” and “DOC Alenquer” and is one of the most awarded Portuguese wineries in major national and international wine competitions.
The Castellani family controls over 1000 hectares of fabulous vineyards in the rolling, historical countryside of Tuscany, with 6 excellent estates. Established over 100 years and with true commitment to quality, efficiency and sustainability, we are fortunate to partner with them to produce special wines from various Italian regions.
Castillo de Fuenmayor
La Rioja, Spain
Castillo de Fuenmayor is the home of Gran Familia. It is located in Briones, a privileged enclave in La Rioja Alta, on the foothills of the Sierra de Cantabria and on the banks of the River Ebro. The winery belongs to a family with one of the longest traditions in Rioja winemaking, whose winemakers have access to some of the finest wines in Rioja.
The story of the Gabriel Meffre winery began in 1936, when Gabriel and his wife created their ‘Négociant-Vinificateur’ business in Gigondas. Their spirit of innovation, passion for wine and to commitment to quality have characterised the winery ever since. Almost 80 years later, Gabriel Meffre is firmly established as one of the southern Rhône’s leading wineries.
Laurent Miquel is a family-owned and operated winery described by Jancis Robinson as “one of the most reliable and forward-looking in the Languedoc”. Founded in 1791, it is in the capable hands of the 8th generation. Innovation is prized and Laurent Miquel is becoming known as something of a specialist in crisp, aromatic white wines. 95% of their 200ha of vineyards are serviced with renewable, environmentally friendly water systems.
Pago Aylés is one of only ten wineries in Spain to have been awarded the status of Vino de Pago, the highest quality level that a Spanish winery can achieve. Situated amidst a beautiful estate in rural Aragón, Aylés is the region’s leading producer, and is renowned for crafting wines of the utmost distinction, character and quality.
Washington, Oregon & Idaho
Seattle-based Precept Wine was founded in 2003 by Andrew Browne. It is the largest privately held wine producer in the Pacific Northwest and a top 20 American wine producer. With deep roots representing 30 years of Northwest investments in the wine industry, it owns and operates more than 4,200 acres of vineyards across Washington, Idaho, New Mexico and Oregon.
Santero was founded in 1958 by four brothers, Leopoldo, Renzom, Aldo and Adelio, and is today one of Italy’s leading sparkling wine producers. Located in the breathtaking Monferrato hills, Santero’s modern winery combines innovation and technology with over half a century of winemaking expertise to produce wines with a contemporary appearance but age-old heart.
Les Vignerons de Tutiac is a young, progressive co-op founded in 1974 by a visionary team who recognised the potential for white grapes in the Côtes de Blaye. 40% of production is white wine and Sauvignon Blanc is their speciality. Sustainable vinegrowing is a key strength of Tutiac and this shows in the purity and quality of the wines.