Our direct-importing portfolio is comprised of natural wine producers all over Europe. We source each producer individually, taking care to meet them, set foot in their vineyards, and understand their winemaking philosophies. We consider all of them our friends, and love representing them in the United States.
Aldo Viola - Sicily
Aldo is from a winemaking family in Sicily, taking the vineyard over in 2000. His wines are all organically farmed, fermented with native yeasts, unfiltered, unfined, with no additional sulphites. He farms 16 hectares across two sites in Alcomo.
Amos Banyeres - Catalunya
Amós Bañeres farms small, old-vine plots scattered across the Penedès region in Spain. He makes a range of orange wines, from delicate skin contact to long macerations as well as traditional reds, all without added sulfites.
David Large - Beaujolais
David Large is a case study in how terroir can change so much in a wine. He works primarily with the Gamay grape, using both Cru and Villages plots across the region to create complex wines that are all incredibly unique.
Domaine de l'Envol - Alsace
From the classic winemaking region on the French and German border is a new project called Domaine de l'Envol. They make primarily white and orange wines with finely tuned minerality and balance.
Domaine Mamaruta - Languedoc
Marc Castan farms 30 hectares of land in Fitou, France, on the coast just over the Spanish border. It's a windswept region where Marc focuses on dry farming and biodiversity in the vineyard.
Els Vinyerons - Catalunya
Alex and his team are focused on making natural wine affordable in the Penedès region near Barcelona. Fossil-filled limestone gives his wines an unmistakable minerality and expressiveness.
Il Monte Caro - Veneto
Il Monte Caro is special in our portfolio because they only make 3 wines. Their life is Valpolicella and the finesse and years of experience creating these 3 wines is clearly tasted in every vintage.
Le Petit Domaine - Languedoc
Aurelien makes stunningly great wines in Montpeyroux, France. He has several wines and lets the grapes tell him each year which one they want to become.
Nibiru - Kamptal
Nibiru has been making natural wine in Austria since 2015. The chalky limestone soil, primary rock, high elevation, and weather patterns are great for growing traditional cold-weather grapes.
Vinessens - Valencia
We met Vinessens at Real Wine in London and immediately fell in love with the range of wines they were producing. From light whites to flor covered ambers, some have skin contact for over 2 years!
MORE COMING SOON!
We're constantly meeting new producers, tasting wines, and adding to our portfolio. We expect to have another 8-12 new producers on the site within the next 6 months. Check back often for new stuff!