We represent a select group of world class artisan producers who passionately craft wines that epitomize their terroir.



A benchmark producer of structured and elegant Amarone, as well as a leader in Valpolicella for terroir-driven IGT wines.

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One of Montalcino’s most storied estates is seeing a new renaissance with winemaker Bernardino Sani’s refined and classical approach.

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Led by a visionary winemaker, Telmo Rodríguez, Bodega Lanzaga is re-shaping the conversation of what defines “Rioja.”


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With organic practices and principled winemaking, winemaker Barbara Widmer is crafting some of Tuscany’s boldest wines.


Cantina Girlan is a revered producer of world class Burgundian varieties in Italy’s northernmost Alto Adige region.

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One of Italy’s touchstone producers, Jermann makes wines of precision and polish in the region of Friuli.

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The Language of Yes is a collaboration between the pioneering winemaker Randall Grahm and Maze Row.


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Pieropan ranks among Italy’s greatest producers of white wines, bottling definitive expressions of Soave Classico.

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Marilisa Allegrini’s jewel in Bolgheri, where she crafts powerful and compelling Tuscan blends.

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Winemaker Pietro Ratti makes elegant wines from high-elevation vineyards in La Morra, combining depth with distinct elegance.

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With premier vineyards on Mount Etna’s Northern slopes, Tornatore makes wines of grace and depth from native varieties.



Neal and Judy Ibbotson planted their first vines in Marlborough in 1978. Since then, the winery has grown to farm 160 hectares and is the largest family-owned winery in Marlborough.

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