Producer Profile

Domaine Tetta

In the heart of Niimi City, Okayama Prefecture lies Tetta-cho, a land blessed with grace and fertile soil. Here, amidst the sprawling vineyards of Tetta, we harness the abundance of this region renowned for its long daylight hours and optimal weather conditions. It's a place where the air is pure, the soil is blessed, and the cuisine is exquisite. Our mission is simple yet profound: to share the blessings of this land with the world. With this purpose in mind, we cultivate grapes and craft wines that embody the essence of Tetta's terroir. Our vineyards, spanning vast expanses, host approximately 15,000 vines dedicated to both table grapes and wine production.

Where The Wines Come From


In the tranquil landscapes of Okayama, Japan, natural winemaking is a harmonious blend of tradition and innovation. This lesser-known wine region, nestled between the Seto Inland Sea and the Chugoku Mountains, has been gaining recognition for its commitment to sustainable viticulture and respect for the environment. Here, amidst verdant vineyards and fertile soils, winemakers embrace organic and biodynamic farming practices, cultivating grapes with a deep connection to the terroir. Indigenous grape varieties such as Koshu and Muscat Bailey A thrive in Okayama's temperate climate, yielding grapes of exceptional quality and complexity. In the cellar, minimal intervention is paramount, with spontaneous fermentations and aging in neutral vessels allowing the true expression of the grapes and terroir to shine through. The resulting natural wines from Okayama are a testament to the region's unique winemaking heritage, with their delicate flavors, elegant textures, and a sense of place that reflects the serene beauty of Japan's countryside.