Our Producers

Vasse Felix

Vasse Felix

Vasse Felix is Margaret River's founding wine estate and was established in 1967 by regional pioneer Dr Tom Cullity. Pristine isolation, ancients lands and twin oceans make Margaret River a wine paradise and one of the world's greatest enviroments to grow ultra-premium Cabernet Sauvignon and Chardonnay. These varieties, alongside Shiraz and Semillon Sauvignon Blanc blends are the primary focus of Vasse Felix.

All wines are estate-growin in Vasse Felix's four Margaret River vineyards then estate-made and bottled within its state-of-the-art winemaking facility. 

Vasse Felix is regarded at one of Australia's draw-card winery destinations and welcomes all visitors, daily for a host of wine and culinary experiences. 

Domaine Olivier Sinson

DOMAINE OLIVIER SINSON

 

Winemaker for four generations on the border of Berry, Sologne and Touraine, Domaine Olivier Sinson are constantly looking to offer quality productions. 

Their wines are elaborated with care and competence, in the respect of the tradition with a tool of modern production. 

Piersanti

PIERSANTI

The wine producing company was founded in 1955 by Giovanni Piersanti and his children Silveria and Carlo, who has already acquired a notable expertise in the field of sparkling wines. Later on Carlo's sons, Giuliano and Ottavio, took over the business. They have inherited their father's passion for hard work, receiving great satisfaction in return. In the beginning, the wine house was no more than a room, where mostly sparkling wines were bottled, since they were the most popuilar. In the mid eighties, by following more and more demanding market requirements, Piersantia enlarged its premises and built a modern warehouse of more than 2,000 sq. m, which has now become the core of the business, with a capacity of over 20,000 quintals of wine in stainless steel tanks.

As fifty years ago, the Wine House Piersanti controlled and directed by a familly who over the years, has been able to demonstrate competence and reliablity assisted to a business philosophy based on value for money. The decades of experience and the prevailing family enables the company to date to offer high quality products at very reasonable prices, this characteristic has allowed the company to become a real point of reference, both domestically and in market. 

Chianti Geografico

Chianti Geografico

In 1961, when the name Chianti was being overused, 17 winegrowers established a new association with the declared intention of enhancing the reputation of real Chianti wine, as clearly delineated on maps of Tuscany, their homeland, Chianti Geografico - the geographical area of Chianti.

The founders of 1961 had a precise objective, to create a union with the resources and facilities to guarantee an improvement in quality for each member, but at the same time retaining control over production, label and individual identity. 

The winegrowers that participated in this collaborative project could hardly have imagined that a few decades later their dream would have become a cooperative, a company, a family group with 200 partners. This exceptional growth has demanded not only an improvement in the product but the creation of a brand promoting a clear image and supported by modern communications and marketing strategies - there are the focus and goals of Chianti Geografico today. Ongoing investment, research and analysis are carried out by everyone involved in order to guarantee a product of highest quality and a true expression of terroir. 

IL Conte Villa Prandone

IL CONTE VILLA PRANDONE

Known mainly for the production of wines characteristic of the area, IL Conte Villa Prandone is differentiated by the constant, extreme research of absolute quality.

The origin of the agricultural company has deeps roots, between history, art and viviculture of the Marche. Located in the centre of 40 hectares of vineyards in property, Monteprandone in Contrada Colle Navicchioa, a beautiful hill facing south, with the breezes and scents of the Adriatic Sea (7KM) to the east, and the favourable climate to the west of the Sibillini Mountains (30KM).

Born next to the vineyards of their family, the third generation brothers De Angelis (Walter, Emmanuel, Samuel and Marina) grew up with love for the countryside and the constant passion for their work, dedicating their lives to continuous improvment, following the footstepts of the Founders ll Papa Marino, and the grandfather Amilcare who together founded the company in the 60s. 

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.

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 he first is no longer sufficient. 

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

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