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  • Agricola Punica

    A collaboration involving the renowned Tenuta San Guido Sassicaia Groupand the legendary Tuscan consulting oenologist Giacomo Tachis.

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  • Alain Chavy

    Alain Chavy’s estate covers some of the most prestigious Puligny Village and Premier Cru sites (including the majestic Les Clavoillons, which he shares with Domaine Leflaive).

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  • Maison Albert Bichot

    Maison Albert Bichot

    The consistently over-performing, well-priced Bichot wines all show the precision, typicity, and generosity of fruit expected of their level.

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  • Domaine Amelie et Charles Sparr

    A husband and wife duo, with an extraordinary tale akin to a modern-day Romeo and Juliet of the vine.

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  • Anna Maria Abbona

    Here the expertise lies in their Dolcetto wines, however, the range extends beyond Dolcetto, encompassing other esteemed Langhe grape varieties.

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  • Domaine Anne et Hervé Sigaut

    Captures the signature floral and sensuous character of Chambolle with remarkable elegance and finesse.

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  • Domaine Ballot-Millot

    Some of the most exciting wines in Meursault, with superb quality, yet retaining great value for money.

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  • Domaine Benoit Girardin

    Domaines like Benoit's are leading the charge, crafting wines that possess the boldness of the village yet with greater finesse and minerality.

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  • Château Berliquet

    In 2017, a new chapter began for Château Berliquet when it was acquired by the iconic Chanel fashion house.

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  • Domaine du Bicheron

    A legacy of winemaking excellence, nestled in the southern heart of Burgundy.

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  • Maison Bollinger

    Bollinger was established in 1829 and is to this day still family owned. This 007 favourite only releases vintages in exceptional years.

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  • Bouchard Finlayson

    The cool climate of the Hemel-en-Aarde Valley imparts a distinctive character to the wines of Bouchard Finlayson, setting them apart from their New World counterparts.

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  • Château Branaire Ducru

    One of the most consistent and finest in Saint-Julien

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  • Château Cantenac Brown

    Traditional Tudor in Margaux

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  • Cantina Mazzola

    From the bright and zesty Grillo to the bold and structured Nero d'Avola, Sicilian Cantina Mazzola's wines offer a kaleidoscope of flavours and styles.

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  • Casal da Coelheira

    Located in the heart Portugal’s Tejo region, Casa da Coelheira offers simply staggering value for money.

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  • Castello di Ama

    Ama's origins trace back to Etruscan times - a place where history, art, and wine have interwoven their stories for centuries.

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  • Castello Romitorio

    This story unfurled in 1984 when art patron Giorgio Franchetti swapped the estate with contemporary artist Sandro Chia for his captivating paintings.

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  • Castello Sonnino

    The home of the venerable de Renzis family, whose notable ancestors include Italian Prime Minister Sidney Sonnino and whose study contains a section of the original Italian flag.

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  • Castiglion del Bosco

    Castiglion del Bosco was a founding member of the Brunello Consorzio in 1967 and is one of the most historic producers in the region.

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  • Cava d'Onice

    In 2005 Simone and his family established Cava d’Onice, a tribute to a nearby Etruscan onyx quarry. An estate to watch closely.

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  • Celler Alimara

    It’s no secret that Spain’s Terra Alta has some of the best value wines in Europe, and Celler Alimara is behind some of our favourite wines from the region.

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  • Bodega chacra

    Bodega Chacra

    Bodega Chacra was created in 2003 when Piero Incisa della Rochetta, the grandson of the Marchese Mario Incisa della Rocchetta tasted a wine from the region in a New York restaurant.

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  • Chapel Down

    Chapel Down is one of the largest and most prominent wineries in Kent, known for producing world-class sparkling and still wines. Led by winemaker Josh Donaghay-Spire, the winery has earned numerous accolades and achievements.

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  • Domaine Christian Clerget

    It's clear that this fully organic domaine is now batting in the big leagues of Burgundy.

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  • Clemens Busch

    We’ve been banging the Riesling drum since the early beginnings of Honest Grapes and our dear friend Clemens Busch and his wife Rita take pride of place in our crown of offerings from the steep slate hillsides of Germany.

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  • Château Climens

    "The Yquem of Barsac"

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  • Domaine Clos de la Chapelle

    Domaine de Clos de la Chapelle is a fascinating revival of an old Burgundy domaine based around the eponymous, historic Volnay 1er Cru Monopole Clos de la Chapelle.

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  • Domaine du Clos Frantin

    Clos Frantin has that rare confluence of quality and price, something increasingly hard to get hold of.

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  • Clos I Terrasses

    The story of Clos I Terrasses is almost the story of priorat itself. Daphne Glorian was one of the original pioneers who thought the old Garnacha vines might make some good wine, and joined her friends Alvaro Palacios (Ermita) and Rene Barbier (Clos Mogador) in 1989.

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  • Domaine Clos Rougeard

    Beloved by industry insiders and knowledgeable connoisseurs the world over, Clos Rougeard is one of the most highly regarded wines in France.

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  • Domaine Comte Armand

    The cherished Clos des Epeneaux vineyard, embraced by the Comte Armand family since its inception, epitomizes Pommard's essence.

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  • Cortonesi

    Cortonesi stands out as a pioneer in Montalcino's "single vineyard" Brunello. Since shifting from a blend to two distinct wines in the 1990s, they capture the distinctiveness of their prime sites.

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  • Bodega DiamAndes

    Set up in 2005 by the Bonnie Family (Malartic Lagraviere & Gazin Rocquencourt), this is another successful project from a Bordeaux dynasty.

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  • Dom Pérignon

    We do not talk about wine ageing,” said the former chef de cave, Richard Geoffroy, “ageing is dying. Maturation is an active, vital process of evolution.

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  • Donnachiara

    The vineyards of Donnachiara speak the language of Irpinia's unique terroir.

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  • Domaine Duroché

    This family-run estate led by the incredibly talented Pierre Duroché has soared to the forefront of the region's most coveted winemakers.

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  • Maison Edouard Delaunay

    Under Laurent Delaunay's stewardship, the wines of House Delaunay have soared to great heights.

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  • Eisele Vineyard

    Eisele Vineyard was an early adopter of organic viticulture before fully converting to biodynamics in 2000.

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  • Bodega El Maestro Sierra

    El Maestro Sierra, the most traditional sherry maker in Jerez, boasts an impressive 180 years of winemaking expertise.

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  • Domaine Éric Boigelot

    Domaine Eric Boigelot's vineyards are strategically placed in Meursault, allowing the Chardonnay grape to flourish in soils that bestow unique qualities upon the wines.

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  • Exton Park

    The transformation of Exton Park from vineyard to sparkling wine powerhouse began in 2011 when renowned winemaker Corinne Seely took the reins.

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  • Domaine Fontaine-Gagnard

    This family domaine has grown steadily and while their roots lie primarily in Chassagne-Montrachet, they also nurture precious plots in Volnay and Pommard.

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  • Domaine François Raquillet

    Up-and-coming pockets away from the centre can often provide real satisfaction for less money. Here, Mercurey is one such area that is definitely fulfilling its promise.

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  • Frerejean Frères

    Described by Forbes as “a leading example in the quiet revolution in champagne”.

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  • Fromm Winery

    We're always on the look out for great value and exciting new discoveries, and we've found another with Marlborough superstars Fromm Winery.

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  • Château-Fuissé

    Château-Fuissé is devoted to Chardonnay, the star of Pouilly-Fuissé. Its vineyards imbue each wine with distinctive characteristics; from mineral-rich soils to sun-kissed slopes, the land's essence shines through.

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  • Gaja

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  • Domaine Georges Lignier & Fils

    Lignier produce exceptional wines from their prestigious vineyard holdings, including renowned Grand Cru sites such as Clos Saint-Denis, Clos de la Roche, and Bonnes Mares.

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  • Domaine Georges Noëllat

    Georges Noëllat has vines in some of Vosne-Romanée's finest domains, plus Echézeaux and Grands Echézeaux, including an incredible collection of 80-year-old Pinot Noir vines in premier cru Les Beaux Monts.

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  • Giodo

    Giodo is the solo venture of Carlo Ferrini, arguably Italy’s highest profile wine consultant.

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  • Château Giscours

    Home base of French National League Cricket Club, and winemaking, since the 1550s.

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  • Château Gloria

    Château Gloria stands tall, producing wines that are held in high regard by critics and connoisseurs alike.

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  • Domaine Guiberteau

    Every now and then, you taste a wine that completely knocks you for six, leaving you standing there with a half-puzzled expression, eyes gazing reverently at the liquid in your glass.

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  • Champagne Henri Giraud

    Dubbed "the greatest Champagne you've never heard of" by Robert Parker.

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  • Domaine Henri Magnien

    Charles pushes further forward into the front rank of Gevrey growers. His estate is blessed with old vines of Pinot Noir, some of which are centenarians, bringing spice and power to his wines.

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  • Henschke Wines

    The Eden Valley in Australia, renowned for its cool climate and elevated vineyards, provides the perfect backdrop for producing wines of elegance and finesse.

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  • Hoffmann & Rathbone

    Ulrich Hoffmann's family has been crafting wines in Germany for generations. Birgit Rathbone's lineage traces back to England, where her ancestors have been involved in wine and spirits since the 19th century.

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  • Domaine Hudelot-Noëllat

    Charles' wines have received acclaim by wine critics and Burgundy lovers alike, with Robert Parker stating that “these are clearly wines worth the effort to search out”.

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  • Domaine Jacques Cacheux

    Winemaking at Domaine Jacques Cacheux is a delicate balance of tradition and innovation. The family embraces traditional Burgundian winemaking techniques, allowing the grapes to express their unique terroir.

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  • Maison Jane Eyre

    It’s been a real pleasure to see how Jane's reputation has grown with accompanied critical acclaim from luminaries such as Jancis Robinson, Tim Atkin, and Neal Martin.

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  • JCP Maltus

    One of Bordeaux's most innovative and successful winemakers, famous for producing extraordinary 100-point wines that have caused waves on both sides of the Atlantic.

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  • Domaine Jean Collet et Fils

    This domaine boasts some of the finest plots in Chablis. Now led by Romain, Domaine Jean Collet Et Fils stands as a testament to the coexistence of tradition and modernism.

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  • Domaine Jean Tardy et Fils

    Tardy's wines are deep and rich, dense and structured, with incredible perfumed fruit and lithe, supple tannins. Utterly gorgeous, yet with the stuffing for long-term cellaring.

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  • Krug

    Craftsmanship, artistry, heritage and unrivalled excellence are all horribly overused terms in the lexicon of top champagne brands, but...

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  • La Giaretta

    One of the hidden gems of Valpolicella, Cantina La Giaretta is a family-run winery owned by our dear friends wonderfully, though confusingly, Francesco and Francesca.

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  • Le Gode

    Run by the Ripaccioli family for 56 years, this rising star practices classic Montalcino traditionalism with a minimalist approach.

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  • Domaine des Lambrays

    Guided by the expertise of winemaker Jacques Devauges, Domaine des Lambrays has earned its place among Burgundy's elite.

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  • Château Langoa Barton

    Once cast in the shadow of its sibling Léoville, Langoa is a solid performer on its own distinct journey.

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  • Château Latour

    There are few wines that hold the prestige, history and inherent quality of Château Latour.

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  • Domaine Launay-Horiot

    A family-owned estate that has carved its name into the history of Pommard. A true gem in the Honest Grapes collection

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  • Château Léoville Barton

    A model of a St Julien Bordeaux with typical restraint and elegance.

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  • Domaine Long-Depaquit

    One of the region’s most celebrated growers and deservedly so. The wines are consistently excellent from village to Grand Cru yet at prices that are simply ludicrous in the context of Burgundy.

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  • Château Lynch Bages

    A maker of wines of incredible consistency, Lynch-Bages is always one of the most popular wines from Bordeaux.

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  • Mas de Daumas Gassac

    Mas de Daumas Gassac is widely celebrated for producing some of the finest wines in the south of France, with gastronomic guide GaultMillau describing them as "The Lafite-Rothschild of the Languedoc"

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  • Marchesi Antinori

    Across 26 generations, the Antinori family has maintained their legacy, making them one of the oldest continuously family-owned companies globally.

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  • Mastrojanni

    We've worked closely with this estate for years and it's been a pleasure to see them go from strength to strength, regularly numbering among the top estates of the vintage.

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  • Meurgey-Croses

    The negociant wing of our good friend Pierre Meurgey, Meurgey-Croses makes a lovely range of well-selected wines from the Macon and Chablis.

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  • Domaine Michel Gros

    Low yields, hand picking, total destemming and minimal racking are factors in the resultant style of Michel’s wines – supple and seductive.

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  • Domaine de Montille

    One of Burgundy’s most revered estates, producing wines of exceptional quality, unusually across both reds and whites.

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  • Domaine Nadine Ferrand

    A formidable mother-daughter team with the motto "Chardonnay expresses itself in the feminine".

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  • Ochota Barrels

    Ochota Barrels, founded by Taras and Amber Ochota in 2008, is a winery in the Adelaide Hills known for its natural and creative approach to winemaking.

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  • Domaine Olivier Bernstein

    Olivier Bernstein has quickly cemented himself as one of the top micro-negociants in the region, crafting no less than 7 Grand Crus, though also 3 Premier Crus and 1 Village.

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  • P. et M. Jacqueson

    At P. et M. Jacqueson, craftsmanship takes centre stage. With a judicious approach to winemaking, their artistry is showcased through the careful use of new oak barrels.

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  • Château Palmer

    "...the style of Palmer is one of sensational fragrance and bouquet, so much so that great vintages can be identified in blind tastings by their smell alone.”

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  • Château Pape Clément

    One of the oldest Grands Crus of Bordeaux, it boasts a vineyard that witnessed its inaugural harvests in 1252.

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  • Patrizia Cencioni

    Inspired by her grandfather, Giuseppe Cencioni, a founding member of the Brunello di Montalcino Consorzio, Patrizia Cencioni opened her own winery and pioneered an entirely new agricultural approach to winemaking.

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  • Domaine du Pavillon

    Domaine du Pavillon is situated south of Pommard, in the Côte de Beaune, and the winery, cellar, 18th-century manor, and estate's 15 hectares of vines are all enclosed in genuine clos.

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  • PerSe

    We've worked with a number of trailblazing growers over the years but few are as exciting and talented as PerSe.

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  • Château Phélan Ségur

    A prominent St. Estèphe estate, and a testament to classic winemaking with its robust and enduring St. Estèphe wines.

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  • Domaine Philippe Colin

    Colin is regarded for his clean minerality surrounded by juicy and elegant fruit flavours – his wines are all about subtlety.

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  • Philippe Pacalet

    Philippe has reached cult status worldwide, producing viscerally exciting wines characterised by energy, intensity, authenticity, complex tannins and a “funky purity”.

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  • Pierre Meurgey

    Pierre combines traditional winemaking methods with modern precision, and each bottle is a testament to meticulous craftsmanship.

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  • Champagne Pol Couronne

    The team behind our “House Champagne”, Pol Couronne is one of the most enduring popular growers on our list that have been delighting Club Members for years with their superb NV.

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  • Château de Pommard

    With winemaking tracing back to 900 AD.

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  • Domaine de la Pousse d'Or

    A beacon of winemaking excellence in the heart of Burgundy, dating back to the 15th century.

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  • Domaine Prieuré Roch

    These are some of the world’s most prestigious wines from one of Burgundy’s most hallowed growers, an exceptionally special addition to the Honest Grapes collection.

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  • Niepoort

    If you love Burgundy or Barolo, the wines of Etna or Santorini, or really any wines that emphasise mineral intensity, precision, depth, soul and an inescapable sense of place, you must try the wines of Dirk Niepoort.

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  • Domaine Rapet Père et Fils

    At Domaine Rapet, each vine receives careful attention, from disbudding and tying to leaf-stripping for maximum sunlight absorption.

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  • Château Rauzan Segla

    Guided by tradition and innovation, the Rauzan Segla estate stands as a beacon of Margaux's winemaking prowess.

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  • Domaine de Rochegrès

    Bichot’s skill in the Cote d’Or is clearly on display here, and Rochegrès’ Moulin-à-Vent is up there with the best from appellation, invariably showing finesse and purity, with excellent fruit concentration and focus.

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  • Domaine Rossignol-Trapet

    The Rossignol and Trapet families were united through marriage, and their shared passion for the vineyards and the art of winemaking led to the creation of wines that are a true reflection of their dedication.

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  • Tenuta San Leonardo

    Originally a monastery, for three hundred years the Marchesi Guerrieri Gonzaga family have owned San Leonardo, bringing it from vinous obscurity to the very forefront of Italian winemaking.

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  • Tenuta San Guido

    Tenuta San Guido is a beacon of Italian winemaking excellence rooted in heritage and innovation. It is a truly spectacular estate, and we are thrilled to have them amongst our collection.

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  • Domaine Saumaize-Michelin

    The Saumaize-Michelin family, led by Roger Saumaize and his daughter Audrey Michelin, continues a legacy of winemaking that spans generations.

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  • Weingut Schnaitmann

    Founded by Rainer Schnaitmann in 1997, this estate has gained a reputation for crafting precise and high-quality wines.

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  • Shafer

    The Shafer family, led by patriarch John Shafer, took a leap of faith in the early 1970s when they purchased a Stags Leap District property.

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  • Château Smith Haut Lafitte

    This spectacular rise from rundown Château to the very front rank of Bordeaux is a story that will be told long into the future.

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  • Château Suduiraut

    Château Suduiraut is a renowned Bordeaux estate with a rich history and exceptional wines. The estate took the name of Suduiraut in 1580, faced challenges during the Fronde insurrection, and emerged stronger after being rebuilt in the 17th century.

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  • Champagne Taittinger

    With its rich history, a commitment to craftsmanship, and a relentless pursuit of elegance, Taittinger continues to be a beacon of quality in the sparkling wine realm.

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  • Tenuta di Argiano

    We're huge fans of Tenuta di Argiano - easily some of the best value in Montalcino - we weren't surprised to see the 2018 awarded Wine Spectator's Wine of the Year in 2023.

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  • Timo Mayer

    While Timo creates various wines, his Pinot Noir is particularly renowned. The Yarra Valley's cool climate and Timo's expertise result in Pinot Noirs that are elegant, complex, and utterly delightful.

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  • Domaine Taupenot-Merme

    Wines of structure, clear vineyard expression, and complexity from an exciting array of vineyards.

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  • Domaine Tollot-Beaut

    Founded in the 1880s, Tollot-Beaut remains among the Cote de Beaune's best value and consistently rewarding growers.

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  • Château La Tour de By

    A top Cru Bourgeois estate in the Médoc.

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  • Valdicava

    Valdicava, a Tuscan estate that encapsulates the essence of Montalcino's rich viticultural heritage.

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  • Vega Sicilia

    Vega Sicilia, unquestionably Spain's most iconic producer, began its journey in 1864, etching its story deep within Ribera del Duero, Spain.

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  • Villa Sparina

    This Monterotondo-based producer occupies one of Gavi's finest terroirs and does absolutely incredible things with Cortese and Barbera.

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  • Domaine Vincent Girardin

    With vineyards strategically scattered across renowned appellations, the Girardin wines are a symphony of varietal purity and regional identity.

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  • Domaine Vrignaud

    Domaine Vrignaud, nestled amidst the vine-covered slopes near Fontenay-près-Chablis, their interpretation of Chablis is a passionate pursuit of terroir-driven excellence.

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  • Domaine William Fèvre

    One of Chablis' most iconic producers, William Fèvre's domaine covers 48 hectares, with many of the region's greatest 1er Cru and Grand Cru sites represented.

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  • Wiston Estate

    This family-owned haven in the heart of West Sussex has charted an extraordinary course in crafting world-class sparkling wines. Owners Harry and Pip have tended vineyards since 2008.

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  • Château d'Yquem

    "...what Shakespeare is to literature, Houdini to magic, or Pelé to football"

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  • Domaine Yves Leccia

    Domaine Yves Leccia holds in their collection one of the best rosés that our very own Wine Guru Luke has ever tasted!

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