Our Producers

Afrikan Ridge

Afrikan Ridge

Afrikan Ridge is an in-house brand of EWGA and is produced in South Africa at Darling Cellars which is situated on the cool west coast of South Africa between Malmesbury and Darling.

 

The Darling area is historically a dairy area and grape growing has come to the fore in only the last 10-15 years. Renowned for its wild flowers, it is one of the Western Cape’s most diverse areas.

 

The cellar has been around since 1948 and since it's inception the plant has now developed into a modern, automated bottling line with packaged wines suited to every market's needs.

Maola

Maola

Maola is a Chilean company that specializes in crafting effective and customized solutions for all their clinents wine needs.

Maola's experienced winemaking team, deep local roots and extensive knowledge of world wine markets enables them to identify, understand and provide their clients with the best possible solutions to fulfill their requests.

Their wines can be developed from a particular region, in any style including blends.

Attis

Attis

Since its inception in 2000, Attis has gained an almost cult-like status in Spain, recognised not just for the purity and complexity of their Albariños but also their ground breaking 'Atlantic Reds.'

The Farina brothers call the shots here, Robustiano and Baldomero, ably assisted by French oenologist Jean Francois Hebrand and the extended family, including Robustiano Jr. The 12ha estate is located in the Val do Salnes in the heart of Rias Baixas. The vineyards (almost entirely pergola trained) overlook the Arousa estuary and the Atlantic beyond. The rhythm of the estate is of course dictated almost entirely by the ocean and no wine better encapsulates this than Attis Mar which was submerged in a (secret!) inlet and gently rocked by the currents for six months.

Zensa

Zensa

Pronounced SENZA. The Italian definition of “without”, or “to do without”. No chemicals, no pesticides. Only what Mother Nature has given us. A range of incredibly delicious wines produced using exclusively organic grapes.

Zensa Wine is made by Orion Wines, a company created to bring together interesting wines from small growers and wineries from all over Italy. The company was created by Luca Pomaro and winemaker Alessandro Michelon and Orion Wines retains complete control over the vineyards and growers they work with. The idea is to produce wines from indigenous grapes that express the typicity of the particular region where they are grown.

The grapes are sourced from organic vineyards in Puglia where the vines are grown as free-standing bush vines. 100% Primitivo grapes are harvested by hand into small wooden crates. The crates are then placed in aerated lofts for 2 to 3 weeks to dry the grapes out. During this process, known as Appassimento and famously used in Amarone production, the grapes lose about 30% of their weight. Thus the flavours, aromas and natural sweetness are all concentrated.

Domaine Fillon

Domaine Fillon

Jules Fillon, with the help of his wife, Camille and their son Louis, who, at the beginning of the 20th century, began to produce wine in order to commercialize it.

In 1935, Louis and his wife, Helene, settled in Saint-Bris-le-Vineux at 53 rue Bienvenue Martin, still the home of the estate. At 14, Marc, son of Louis and Helene, began working with his father.

In 1985, Herve, son of Mark, decided to join the family business and five years later it was the turn of Frederique, the 3rd daughter of Marc.

In 1986, the winery located under the house is not big enough, Frederique and Herve decide to build a winery at the bottom of the village. 

In 2000, Frederqiue and Herve bought a second cellar because the first is no longer sufficient. 

Today, the Fillon estate has 35 hectares of vines including Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, Sauvignon and Aligote. 

Reserva De La Tierra

Reserva De La Tierra

It has been more than 60 years since our family is part of this wonderful world of wine. The first steps were given by my parents in San Rafael, province of Mendoza in Argentina. In those lands so far away and yet so endearing to the Spanish emigrants, it was there where with great enthusiasm, tenacity and much effort they made their first wines.

Years later, with much-accumulated experience they decided to return to their origin in Spain following a new dream. From that time until today, Reserva de la Tierra has not left a single moment working, from tradition to innovation in each and every one of the Group’s initiatives.

 

Today our company is admired and respected around the world for its constant adaptation to changes, its innovative vision and its respect for work in harmony with the environment. A special mention is to be made of our values regarding the people who are a key part of this great family. We especially value honesty and above all the entrepreneurship.

 

Finally, I want to express immense pride in the realization that with passion. effort and constant dedication we have been fulfilling all our expectations. Our vineyards, our wineries, our wines are nothing but dreams come true.

Masseria Borgo Dei Trulli

Masseria Borgo Dei Trulli

Masseria Borgo dei Trulli is the estate that has been recently acquired in PUGLIA.

It is in the central part of the Salento region, close to the Salice Salentino DOP area, and a site where many Trulli were once sited. Trullo are the traditional houses of the farm workers dating back to the Middle Ages.

Part of the estate has a Alberello Pugliese (free standing bush training), planted around 1960, and where the top Primitivo is produced. The wines of MASSERIA BORGO DEI TRULLI have been made by Alessandro Michelon.
With his wealth of experience, Alessando dynamic personality has brought him to start this new adventure in Puglia – with the estate of MASSERIA BORGO DEI TRULLI

Domaine Perrault

Domaine Perrault

Domaine Perrault wines come from Manoir Murisaltien, ideally located in Meursault. The range offers a wide variety of white and red wined from Cote de Beaune and Cote de Nuits. 

 

The very highest standards and principles are applied to our vine-grower partners to ensure the irreproachable quality of the grapes we purchase to make sure we offer to our customers only high-quality wines.

 

Our wines are matured in French oak barrels or in vats (depending upon the specific properties of each appellation). The percentage of new oak varies from 10 to 30 per cent depending on appellations and vintages. 

Hambledon Vineyard

Hambledon Vineyard

Hambledon Vineyard is the oldest commercial vineyard in England. They mostly produce sparkling wines and their work is widely recognised as some of the best in the UK. 

Despite a history dating back to 1952, the vineyard really came into its own in this millennia after being acquired by Ian Kellett in 1999, he planted the first Chardonnays, Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier in 2005 and started to produce sparkling wines which can rival the best champagnes! 

Chanson

Chanson

Since 1750, Chanson have cultivated distinction. Their 45-hectare is made up of almost exclusively Premiers and Grand Crus vineyards, is one of the most impressive of the famous Cote d'Or. Both amongst the vines and in the cellar, distinct and bold technical choices combine an avant-garde spirit with the utmost respect for tradition, along them whole harvesting, a long pre-fermentation maceration, use of gravity-flow, considered proportions of new oak for elevage and a 15th century cellar. 

Matahiwi Estate

Matahiwi Estate

Matahiwi Estate is located in the very heart of the Wairarapa Valley and they take special pride in it. They are an award-winning family-owned winery with a very hands-on approach to wine-making. They embrace practices which encourage a healthy and sustainable vineyard and utilise only the best of the latest developments in the wine-making industry. 

The phoenix for their logo symbolises the rebirth of winemaking in the area following a period of prohibition.

Cantina del Garda

Cantina del Garda

Catina del Garda overlooks one of the most beautiful shores of Lake Garda, one of the biggest Italian bodies of water that extends into three Northern Italian regions: Veneto, Trentino Alto Adige and Lombardy. 

The coast and the inland areas of the lake have a long history of winemaking dating back to the Bronze Ages. The area is the northernmost Mediterranean climate in Europe and offers great conditions for vine cultivation - sunny days and breezy evenings ensure that grapes have ample time to develop their full character and not ripen too quickly.

Most of Cantina del Garda's vineyards lie in the controlled denomination of origin areas of Bardolino, Custoza, Lugana and Bardolino Superiore. Their DOC and DOCG appellation-specific wines offer great value for money and have a beautiful presentation combining modern and contemporary design styles. 

The winery pays homage to traditional winemaking and believes in minimal intervention in the vineyard. All their vineyards have spontaneously growing grass to create a habitat rich in biodiversity for plants and animals alike. They maintain the biodiversity of their territory and protect the surrounding areas where many species can flourish.  Since 2012, the winery has been using the main Italian protocols regarding sustainable viticulture and participates in the Italian Wine Union’s Tergeo project.

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