Wineries

Read more about the fantastic wines, the people and the vineyards that created them.

Argentina

Martino Wines

A winery with a relentless pursuit of producing consistently high quality and interesting wines, Martino Wines utilises grape varieties indigenous to Argentina as well as European varieties to create wines with complexity and intensity that will interest the most discerning palates but also remain accessible and enjoyable to all wine drinkers.

Argentina – ​​Mendoza

Chile

Calcu

Calcu is a family-owned winery with an enviable track record in the production of premium wines with notable freshness and the true expression of fruit and vineyard.

Chile – Colchagua Valley

Maquis

Viña Maquis has been associated with the production of wines since the 18th century. Located in the heart of the Colchagua Valley, between the Tinguiririca river. 

Chile – Colchagua Valley

Viña Aromo

Viña Aromo is located in The Maule Valley which has the largest area planted with vines in all of Chile, has a tradition of vine growing dating back to the 17th century. 

Chile – Maule Valley

France

Ferrussac

5 hectares of vines, family heritage for over 100 years. Vineyard at an altitude of between 300 and 350 m, characterized by its cool nights and hot days. In 3rd year of conversion to biological agriculture.

France – Languedoc

Georgia

agrida winery

Agrida winery

A winery producing high quality wines in both classical and Georgian traditional methods creating a synthesis of modernity and tradition based on the Georgias’ experience of centuries in wine production.

Georgia – ​​Kakheti

Italy

Socci

A single grape variety: Verdicchio dei Castelli di Jesi. A vineyard over forty years old located on the hill of Monte Deserto, 350 meters above sea level. The will of a family to carry on the tradition that inevitably binds to innovation.

Italy – Marche

New Zealand

Tiraki

The spirit of Tiraki is about seeking adventure and new experiences. More than just making great wine, Tiraki is a catalyst for conversation, an excuse to explore. Wine is made to be shared. With passion and adventure in mind their wine is meticulously made balancing art and science to bring out the inner adventurer within.

New Zealand – Marlborough

Portugal

Adega Mayor

Adega Mayor stretches over a 350 area of cork oak, riparian galleries and agricultural fields. Their mission is to fulfill the cultural role of wine, with elegance,, actively contributing to creativity and social vitality through the development of innovative and quality products.

Portugal – Alentejo

Spain

Chan de rosas

Vineyards located in the heart of Salnés Valley, birthplace of albariño in Galicia. On the shores of Arousa river, this region benefits from an Atlantic climate and has a unique soil resulting from limestone decomposition.

Spain – Rias Baixas

Don Roman

The Don Román brand pays homage to “Abuelo Román” of the Montana family, a great promoter of the family business, taking the company to levels never seen before. Their expedition liquor results in a fine pearl and low residual sugar.

Spain – Cava

Monteleiva

Ever since the XIX century, the Montaña Family has been producing wine in the heart of Rioja Alta, Fuenmayor. Producing elegant wines with great finesse, under various internationally acclaimed brands, they still have the same respect.

Spain – Rioja

Petit Vega

The Díaz Bayo family has been cultivating vines for four generations in the legendary village of Fuentelcesped, Ribera del Duero. They produce unique wines made from renowned Tempranillo grapes. Elegance of single vineyard wines.

Spain – Ribera del Duero

Nuestro

The Díaz Bayo family has been cultivating vines for four generations. They produce unique and elegant wines. This beautiful Verdejo from Rueda comes from 20 years old vineyards on an altitude of 700m.

Spain – Rueda