67 of the finest wine producers from around the World were added to our exclusive portfolio in 2017. We now represent over 200 Fine Wine producers exclusively. We are calling this our ‘LONG TAIL’ We include wines of all regions, styles, philosophies and price. From Natural and Organic wines to Orange wines to the Rarest wines in the World – The only rule is that it must be a fine (if not the finest) example of wine from that terroir – and of course WOW and delicious. Enjoy exploring our interactive map to see who they are.
“Zema is one of the last outposts of hand-pruning in Coonawarra, with members of the Zema family tending the vineyard set in the heart of Coonawarra’s Terra Rossa soil. Winemaking practices are straightforward; if ever there was an example of great wines being made in the vineyard, this is it.”
– James Halliday
Wairarapa / Hawke’s Bay
Faust is the name given to the brand of the Huneeus family that pays tribute to Cabernet Sauvignon.
Duckhorn Vineyards has spent forty years establishing itself as one of North America’s premier producers of Napa Valley wines.
Mondavi and Rothschild are two names synonymous with Bordeaux blends, and Opus one is their combined masterpiece, marrying the old world with the new.
“The success of the Spottswoode brand is a testament to the flinty and determined character of the family.”
– William Cash, Spears Magazine
Stag’s Leap Wine Cellars
Stag’s Leap Wine Cellars, notably known for being the winery that won the Cabernet Sauvignon competition in the 1976 Judgment of Paris, was founded in 1970, and is considered a Napa Valley first-growth estate.
Europe and the Middle East
Quinta do Vallado
Quinta do Vallado, established in 1716, is one of the oldest and most famous “Quintas” in the Douro Valley. It once belonged to the legendary Dona Antónia Adelaide Ferreira, and still belongs to her descendants. It lies on both banks of the Corgo River, a tributary of the Douro river, near its mouth, close to the town of Peso da Régua.
Exopto was a project started by Bordeaux-native Tom Puyaubert in 2003, who had travelled to La Rioja to increase sales for a French Cooperage and fell in love with the land and all it had to offer.
The pinnacle of dessert-style wines, d’Yquem needs little introduction. Thomas Jefferson purchased 250 bottles of the 1784 vintage stating “Sauternes, This is the best white wine of France and the best of it is made by Monsieur de Lur-Saluces”. The wine’s balance of acidity and sugar means its ageing potential is amazing, Robert Parker scored the 1811 vintage 100 points in 1996, well over a century since the grapes were harvested.
Domaine de Noire
The philosophy of the domain is to offer quality wines that accurately reflect the landscape in which they have been nurtured. As a result, all the vintages possess delicacy, elegance and character.
Domaine de Noiré and its respected wines are situated at Noiré, first classified as an area producing top quality Chinon wine at the beginning of the 20th century.
Domaine de Pothiers
The estate is located in Villemontais, in the southern part of has cultivated it for centuries. For the sake of quality and respect for the environment and the consumer, the whole vineyard is cultivated in organic and biodynamic culture.
With the family’s history in the region dating back centuries, the current generation of Clouet is making waves in the Champagne world. Described as an “upcoming rockstar” by Tyson Stelzer, the Chef de Cave is creating wines in Bouzy and Ambonnay which are coveted for very good reason.
After more than a decade of wine making for others, François Tissot couldn’t resist to the temptation to produce a wine to call his very own. The vineyard spreads over a little more than thirty terraces (called faysses,) and covers about 10 acres.
Paul Jaboulet Aîné
In 1834, a full 100 years before the introduction of the A.O.C. system, Antoine Jaboulet began to transform a sleepy region into one of the most important quality winegrowing terroirs in the world. Since that time, Paul Jaboulet Aîné has become the benchmark in the Northern Rhône, with the iconic Hermitage ‘La Chapelle’ being responsible for some of the greatest wines ever produced.
Alain Gras has been working passionately since 1979, with a great respect for the land.
Established in the 1950’s, this domaine is just a few hundred metres away from the Chateau de Clos Vougeot.
“For two centuries we cultivate our vineyards and let the territory tell its own story through our wines.we discover deeper and deeper our roots in the great lands of Langa.”
In 1982 a Barolo of the highest quality, which has been the impulse that gave birth to the farm Josetta Saffirio, was born from some experiments.
La Stoppa is an ancient company that with its vineyards climbs solitary on the slopes of the Trebbiola valley, not far from the Trebbia river, in the province of Piacenza. The low natural yields, due to the average age of the vines and the difficult soil, and the intrinsic quality of the bunches allow to obtain very characterized wines, born in the vineyard and not betrayed by excessive work in the cellar.
In this magical place, where rolling hills are blanketed by forest, where vineyards and olive trees meet with the Tyrrhenian Sea, Le Macchiole has taken shape over time.
Petrolo doesn’t make basic wines, only great wines. The winery has been improving in recent years following this idea, only aiming towards offering labels that could speak of and guarantee high quality and, that could represent a coherent identity of the Estate.
The San Felice farm with its 147 hectares of vineyards, in the Chianti Classico and in Montalcino, is an authoritative name in the territory and represents a model of respect for the environment and sustainability.
Its wines of great value are the result of the “San Felice Method”, based on a rigorous scientific protocol born from the collaboration with different Universities and linked to the enhancement of native vines and Sangiovese.
In 1984 Rita and Virgilio realized their lifelong dream purchasing the property that became Tua Rita. The landscape and buildings on this property were a mere setting for living in contact with nature whilst farming their beloved land. Their overwhelming passion for wine actually changed their plans…
Every so often a region has a winemaking family or estate which acts as an engine, pulling the entire area upward and into the limelight of international recognition. The Cerulli Spinozzi family in Italy’s Abruzzo region, is doing just this – working with the native red grape, Montepulciano.
Deeply rooted in Eastern soil Johnny R. Saadé and his family translated their passion for terroir and vines into Château Marsyas, in the Southern part of the Bekaa Valley.