Grower champagne from the Grand Cru village of Cramant. Small, family run house founded in 1971 following principles of ‘lutte raisonnee’. All harvest done by hand, no pesticides or any nasties are used in the vineyard.
Mas des Quernes is a tiny, organic winery in the Languedoc creating wines of delicious purity and finesse. Bright fruit, smooth ripe tannins, plenty of mineral qualities… and great value, too.
Domaine Vico is the sister estate to Clos Venturi, the only wineries found inland on the island. The wines are organic and the Domaine is devoted to sustainable production.
Rovellats estate has existed for over 500 years, making cava for the last 3 generations. Meticulous work by hand in the vineyard and picking each parcel at optimum ripeness means that intervention in the cellar is able to be kept at an absolute minimum.
The Valsangiacomo family have been making wine in Valencia since 1831. They have revived their mid-20th century branding for their Malvasia and their range of vermouths, making the range stylish both inside and outside the bottle
The value for money of these wines are astonishing. ManzWine started out with a discovery of a local varietal called ‘Jampal’. They champion wines of Portugal and make deliciously drinkable, while still authentic, local wines.
Vigna Lenuzza are a tiny family run organic winery in Friuli, right over the border from Slovenia. They work with very small parcels of indigenous vines to make elegant varietal wines with great drinkability.
The Incisa della Rochetta family are best known for their achievements in Tuscany - namely Sassicaia. But their origins are in Piemonte, where they have made Barbera d’Asti for generations. T
Weingut Strehn are a fourth generation family winery right in the heart of Blaufrankisch country - Mittelburgenland. They are passionately committed to the promotion of the grape and make some lovely examples.