Producers

Catena

The story of Bodega Catena Zapata is a tale that travels from 19th-century Italy to the limestone soils of Mendoza. Nicola Catena, Nicolas Catena Zapata’s grandfather, sailed from Italy to Argentina…

Argento

Deeply rooted in the soils of Mendoza at the foothills of the Andes Mountains, Bodega Argento produces vibrant, elegant, fruit-driven wines packed with character, that embody the essence of modern…

Yering Station

For crisp, elegant wines, this is the Australian winery to taste. A balance between an upfront fruit style and lean acidity means that they shine with any food. Chief Winemaker, Willy Lunn has more…

Ridgeview

English sparkling wine continues to skyrocket, with sales growing at double-digit figures. There are some fantastic producers right on our doorstep, but few can compare to Ridgeview, a world-class…

Paul Jaboulet Aine

In 1834, when Antoine Jaboulet set up his business in Tain l’Hermitage with the aim of producing great wines, he saw his future profession as cultivating the vineyards and maintaining the quality of…

Plaimont

In 1979 the three wine cooperatives of Plaisance, Aignan and Saint-Mont in the Gers joined forces – and initials – to set up a united group of cooperatives and vineyards under the name Plaimont…

Lafage

Jean-Marc Lafage’s family has been growing grapes in Roussillon for six generations but it was Jean-Marc who had the ambition to stop selling the grapes to the local co-op and create a domaine. He and

Palmer & Co

Palmer & Co. is one of our favourite Champagne Houses, no doubt! Founded in 1947, Palmer is an ultra-premium Champagne producer with over 200ha of vineyards classified as Grand and Premier Crus.

Bisol

Prosecco is booming. It seems to tick all the boxes for consumers: light and fruity in style, chic yet affordable, unpretentious but possessing an air of sophistication.

Journey's End

Founded in 1996 when the Gabb family took over and replanted the estate, Journey’s End has quickly become one of Stellenbosch’s top addresses. Journey’s End is right at the heart of Stellenbosch, with

Vivanco

It all began with Pedro Vivanco, a shrewd businessman who made his fortune in the wine trade and started producing wines way back in 1915. Starting out as a wine merchant, he became a substantial…

La Chablisienne

In 1923, a number of Chablis grape growers banded together to create a cooperative winery, hoping to withstand the financial difficulties of the time. However, come the 1950's, the winemakers at La…