Our Producers

Eguren Ugarte

Eguren Ugarte

Eguren Ugarte is a family winery founded in 1870 by Mr. Vitorino Eguren Ugarte, currently ran by the sixth generation of men and women dedicated to the fascinating world of growing vines and winemaking. Thanks to this, they have managed to preserve many of the traditional winemaking techniques and practices, as well as incorporating some of the latest technologies and techniques to enhance the winemaking processes. All this results in exceptional wines that win major national and international awards.

They are located in the beautiful Rioja Alavesa, where they cultivate their philosophy of caring for the environment and sustainable winegrowing. In the foothills of the Sierra Cantabria and surrounded by 130 hectares of vines, a perfect place to learn and enjoy the wine experience. 

Their beautiful estate is frequently featured amongst the best wineries to visit in the world! 

Champagne Boizel

Champagne Boizel

Founded in 1834 by a Champagne family passionate about the wines of its region, the Boizel House was established in Epernay, the heart of the Champagne region. Each member of the Boizel family is proud to be part of this wonderful story and to take their turn as the holder of the family traditions that have been passed from father to son (or daughter) since 1834.

The House has an intimate knowledge of each hillside, of each village giving them access to grapes coming from the best crus of the region, which is essential in order to create great Champagnes.  Their will to respect the natural qualities of the wines, allows them to produce champagnes the styles of which are appreciated by discerning connoisseurs and are served at the finest tables.

“At EWGA we are honoured to accept the wonderful opportunity to continue and enhance the development of a great champagne house in this important market. Having first visited Boizel as a child and originally sold the house champagnes in the 70’s, it is exciting for our sales team to work together over the coming years introducing new customers and venues across the UK to these delightful champagnes”.

- Adrian Moeckell, MD of EWGA Wines.

Bergsig Estate

Bergsig Estate

Bergsig Estate is situated in the Breedkloof area of Breede River Valley in South Africa, about 110 km from Cape Town. This is where the Drakenstein and Hex River Mountains meet, creating such scenic surroundings that the farm was named “Bergsig”, meaning “mountain view”.

The Lategan Family’s roots in the South African winelands began in 1735 when Johann Hermann Lategan settled in the Wamakers Valley near the current Bergsig Estate. In 1843 Willem Hendrik Lategan moved to Bergsig. Seven generations later, the proud tradition continues.

Bergsig has been in the family for more than 170 years. The Bergsig ethos is, “future generations are the inheritors of this estate and therefore sustainable farming methods are priority.” The motto that “wine that doesn’t cost the earth” resounds within the family. Being an Estate, all the wines are “grown, made and bottled” on the property.

The company combines modern equipment with a natural approach to wine making. The aim is to capture the unique terroir of the estate in wines that are complex though elegant.

Domaine Paul Mas

Domaine Paul Mas

The Conas hamlet in Pézenas is the historical cradle of Domaines Paul Mas. Located on the Ile de Conas Estate, the castle has a long history, going back more than a thousand years. Domaine de Conas was split in 1792 and sold at auction.

Only the château and the mill remained together with 27 hectares (66 acres), which became Raymond Mas’ (Jean Claude’s grandfather) property from 1954.

Considered a flagship of the Sud de France brand, their wines express all the richness and diversity of the region.

Domaines Paul Mas owns more than 600 hectares of vineyards, and work in partnership with grape growers across an additional 1312 hectares of vines. This means they have access to 40 different grape varieties, both local and international, as well as an incredible range of different terroirs in the Languedoc.

This diversity is all down to the unique situation of the region, bound by the Mediterranean Sea to the south and the mountains of the north, and by its geological formation.

Jean-Claude Mas was born in a winemaking environment in the Languedoc, in Pézenas. At the age of 3, during the harvest, he escaped from his mother and ran 2.5 km to meet his grandfather in the cellar! This was a moment that he never forgot, when his interest and passion for wine were born!

Jean-Claude Mas is often described as a pioneer from the New Languedoc, belonging to the New wave of French wines, one of those on a mission to give Languedoc his former glory back in a region where wine production goes back to more than 2000 years.

 

 

 

Valle Secreto

Valle Secreto

Valle Secreto is a project of two families who carried out a dream of making wine with incomparable characteristics at an extraordinary place with great climate and kindness of nature.


The company is located in Alto Cachapoal,122 km South of Santiago. The company focuses on quality in all areas from the vineyards, to the winery through to the wine and it’s presentation.

 

Valle Secreto is an innovative project in the industry, with the purpose of delivering to the final consumer a unique and different product, in which distinguishing and typical characteristics of the valley where Valle Secreto cultivates and produces are revived

 

The goal is to obtain great quality wines, being able to complement wine cultivation and tourism, unifying it all at the areas of the Valley, mixing modern facilities with tradition.

Bodegas Valduero

Bodegas Valduero

Bodegas Valduero was founded in 1984 by the current president, Don Gregorio Garcia Viadero and his daughter Yolanda, who is the winemaker. It was one of the first wineries to be incorporated into the D.O. Ribera del Duero and is situated in the village of Gumiel de Mercado, an area where some of the best grapes in Ribera del Duero are grown. The winery is also probably the highest winery in the region at 840m (2.750ft). The red wines at Valduero are all 100% Tinto Fino and vineyard age ranges from 12 to over 40 years old. The vines are very low yielding on mainly clay soils, with limestone and some sandy patches. Traditional cultivation techniques and only natural organic fertilizer are used. The vines are not irrigated and all the grapes are harvested by hand in small crates. The winery is buried underground which keeps a constant temperature, perfect for ageing and helps to create unique and complex aromas. A combination of 225 litre oak barrels made from American, French and East European oak are used. These are replaced every four years.
15 years ago Valduero acquired vines in D.O. Toro and started to make wine in this region too, focusing on a younger, more fruit driven style of wine that we felt best expressed the region. The Toro wines are also all 100% Tinta de Toro. The wines from Valduero regularly win awards and are highly rated by Robert Parker.

Colli Vicentini

Colli Vicentini

In 1955, 33 keen vine-growers coming from Montecchio Maggiore and the neighbouring towns founded the "Cantina Sociale dei Colli Vicentini", in the heart of Veneto renowned for its ancient qualified vine-growing tradition. Since then the cellar has made great progress, constantly engaged in the improvement of the quality of its products by adapting the most up to date technologies and by conforming to the different market demands.

The commitment undertaken by Colli Vicentini is to concentrate on the quality of the wines by safeguarding the characteristics of vines and by maintaining local traditions. Thanks to the work of its oenologists and agronomists, the cellar guarantees the entire process "from vineyard to sales" through the continual monitoring of the production, the diversified manufacturing of the grapes, and the control of the vineyards in order to produce quality wines. Veneto, where viticulture has been flourishing and improving for centuries, is the Italian region which produces the greatest quantity of DOC wines. The particular soil structure of these areas, which are beaten by cold winds coming from the north but also protected by high mountain ranges, together with its favourable setting in the sun create the optimal climate for vine-growing. The co-operative produces the excellent Colli Vincentini range together with the premium "Torre dei Vescovi" range, a collection coming from the best-selected grapes in order to satisfy the most demanding and fine palates. Romeo Prosecco and Juliet Rose spumante have proved to be a great addition to the wineries labels.

 

Las Perdices

Las Perdices

In the early 1950s, Don Juan Munoz-Lopez arrived from Andalucia to farm grapevines. To him work is always more important than recognition and soil marks the rhythm of farm work.

In 2004, his sons decided to build a winery to produce high-quality wines with great fascination for innovation. In April that same year, they founded Las Perdices in the heart of their vineyard in Agrelo where they grew up and learned how to make wine.

The winery holds a capacity of 1,200,000 litres in stainless steel tanks of various capacities in order to optimize processes and better distribute their finest products. 

De Aguirre Winery

De Aguirre Winery

The Spanish conquerors planted the first vines in Chile during the XVI century. Centuries later, Don Pedro Etcheberry, french agronomist, started the family tradition. Following their ancestors, Pedro Felix de Aguirre and Ana Maria Etcheberry founded Bodegas De Aguirre SA, a 100% family company with a strong agricultural tradition and based on pillars such as trust, responsibility, respect for the environment and teamwork.

 

Today, the seven generations of the De Aguirre Etcheberry family, focus with passion and dedication to produce wines of high quality at a competitive price to worldwide markets.


At the heart of the Maule Valley between the Andes and the Pacific Ocean. The vineyards are planted in an area with a privileged microclimate. The temperature hardly varies during the critical growing season. This temperate condition ensures the cultivation of grapes of extraordinary quality. The heart of the vineyard is in this traditional and scenic village of Valle del Maule.

Clos Montblanc

Clos Montblanc

The Clos Montblanc winery is located in Barbera de la Conca, very close to two symbolic locations in the history of Catalonia, the fortified town of Montblanc and the Monastery of Poblet. It is an area steeped in history and tradition. Here the Cistercian monks settled, nearly a thousand years ago, with their firm goal of finding the way to perfection. Their ethos survives in the hearts of the local people today a nd can be clearly seen in the way in which they go about their daily work. From a geological point of view, it is an area with a rich, well-balanced soil which is grey and limey, full of variations, and has the optimum natural qualities for viniculture. The essence of the Clos Mont Blanc cellar is a pride in the land to which it belongs and a working system based on a thousand-year-old tradition. Clos Mont-Blanc creates wines which have a unique character and a nature and sensitivity of their very own. Clos Mont-Blanc wines obtain their character from indigenous varieties such as Tempranillo or Grenache, together with foreign grapes such as Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon or Syrah, in a symbiosis of character and added personality. The white wines blend traditional Macabeo from Spain with Chardonnay and Sauvignon Blanc, ensuring the mix is exactly the right balance.

Berton Vineyards

Berton Vineyards

Berton Vineyards was established in 1996 by Bob and Cherie Berton when they purchased a block of land in High Eden, a sub region of the Barossa Valley, South Australia.

 

This idyllic property sits 450m above sea level on gently rolling hills. Bob and Cherie set about planting the first Berton Vineyard cuttings that spring - ten acres of Shiraz and seven acres of Chardonnay. In 2005 when the former Southcorp winery in Yenda NSW became available, Bob and Cherie joined with Jamie Bennett, Paul Bartholomaeus and James Ceccato to form Berton Vineyards the company so that it could be in control of it’s own production.

 

From humble beginnings in 2005 Berton Vineyards has grown into one of the 20 largest Wineries in Australia (Wine Industry Directory, 2011), Both the winery and their wines have received strong reviews and accolades internationally. In 2014 they were rated as one of the top 20 producers in terms of quality in Australia.   They put their success down to maintaining personal relationships with their customers.

La Bastide St Dominique

La Bastide St Dominique

La Bastide Saint Dominique estate lies in the heart of Provence, right in the foothills of Chateauneuf du Pape, buffeted by the gusts of the Mistral wind and bathed by the bright southern sun. Located at the heart of the Southern Rhône Valley, a stone’s throw away from Châteauneuf du Pape, La Bastide Saint Dominique estate enjoys optimal climate with the unique Mistral wind and very hot and dry summers. Built around a former 16th century chapel, the estate was created by Marie-Claude and Gérard Bonnet with only a handful of hectares. With strong commitment and passion, the Bonnet’s have expanded the estate to a total area of 50 hectares, producing Appellations d’Origine Protégée (AOP) Côtes du Rhône, Côtes du Rhône Villages, Cairanne, Châteauneuf du Pape and Indication Géographique Protégée (IGP) Méditerranée. Since 1999, their son Eric has been working with them and now takes care of the whole process from production to vinification with a more innovative approach, both on technical and marketing levels. Committed to the environment, we registered for the French AB (Agriculture Biologique) Organic farming certification in 2011 and starting with the 2014 vintage, our wines are now certified.

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