Founder Giulio Grasso was recognised as Winemaker of the Year by Italy's famed Gambero Rosso (March 2016). His entire wine range has a sense of verve, freshness and vitality that can't fail to impress.
For six generations the Braidot family has developed and evolved their operation in the hills of Friuli, North East Italy. The cooler climate of the region is perfectly suited to producing fine whites and elegant reds.
Edi Kante produces wines that are poised, solid, fresh and brimming with the character of both the chosen grape and the stark limestone soil of the Carso district in South East Friuli.
The wines are everything you hope for in great Sangiovese, displaying wicked wild cherry fruit along with notes of herbs, leather, liquorice, pepper and spice and nascent prune, tar and tobacco aromas.
Having all of his red vineyards situated within Serralunga, enables Sergio Germano to make characteristically powerful, muscular and intense wines, the biggest, richest and most long-lived of all Barolo.
CA' DEL SOLE
Meticulous attention to the smallest details and the unrelenting efforts at every stage of the winemaking process make
Ca' Del Sole wines rich in fragrance and nuance.
With an average vine age of 33 years and soils that are characterised by calcareous and marl stone, Sartarelli are producing wines that are very terroir-driven and classic to the Verdicchio dei Castelli di Jesi DOC.
Riccardo Tiberio's daughter Christiana took over all the winemaking duties in 2011 after impressive training stints at Jacques Selosse in Champagne, Nicolas Joy at Coulee de Serrant and various producers in Chablis.
Romano Dal Forno's Amarone is a radical reinvention of one of Italy's most famous wines and his Valpolicella Superiore is consistently one of the highest quality reds from the north of Italy.
Sandi Skerk produces some of Friuli's best; delicious textural wines with great personality, plenty of depth and richness, making them more approachable than some of the wines of his contemporaries.
For fifty years no herbicide, insecticides or any other chemicals have been used in Montenidoli's organically grown vineyards, creating a microclimate aglow with fireflies by night and dancing with ladybugs by day.