Events: Nottingham Wine Festival 2024

17th February 2024

We are delighted to announce our participation once again at the always exciting and successful Nottingham Wine Festival on Saturday 17th February 2024. More details to follow.

Humbleyard Vineyard, Norfolk, UK

We are pleased to add to our portfolio, two exciting wines from the fantastic Humbleyard Vineyard. Mulbarton, Norfolk, UK. We are listing the fabulous 2014 Cuvee Prestige sparkling made in the traditional method with the ckassic Champagne varieties of Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier. Also, you will find the super Solaris variety still white wine.

We are pleased to announce the arrival of three new wines from the Bodegas Vinaguarena, Toro, Spain. Take a look at our suppliers and shop pages for images and prices.

The Stokelj Winery, Slovenia

We are delighted to be able to introduce into our portfolio, four new wines from the fantastic Stokely winery in Slovenia. There is a red, a white, a dessert wine and a traditional method sparkling wines. All the products are made using local varietals. We hope you enjoy them.

Crama Oliver Bauer

We are pleased to announce the arrival of a range of new and exciting wines from Romanian producer Oliver Bauer.

”Character and authenticity – these are realities and values ​​we believe in. In all aspects of wine making and vineyard cultivation, we strive to create perfect conditions so that our wines speak distinctly and convincingly.

Balance, sustainability and understanding the connection with nature are the most important aspects for us. In this way we manage to reduce the influence of technology to a reasonable minimum.

Our goal is to rediscover and show the amazing potential of Romanian varieties and the unique terroir. For us, the true art of winemaking consists in understanding the personality of each variety and respecting the specific needs and expressions. Our goal is to do the right thing, at the right time and to the right extent.

The “Natural Creativity” philosophy is also a mirror of our trust in diversity and not in the concept of “the best wine”