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2016 Producers

2016 Producers

In 2016, we’ve had 94 producers from 22 different countries exhibiting


Australia: Hunter Valley, McLaren Vale & Adelaide Hills

Agnew Wines – Stand H104

Contact: James Agnew

e: jagne@agnewwines.com.au

w: www.agnewwines.com.au

Agnew Wines is a 5 Star Halliday rated family owned and operated winery. We produce award winning wines under the Poole’s Rock, Audrey Wilkinson and Cockfighter’s Ghost labels showcasing single vineyards, the Hunter Valley and McLaren Vale/Adelaide Hills, respectively and are seeking representation for all labels in the UK.


Australia: Tasmania, Limestone Coast, South East Australia

Piper’s Brook – Stand H182

Contact: Mr John Hosken

e: jhosken@pipersbrook.com

w: www.kreglingerwineestates.com

Kreglinger Wine Estates owns and operates vineyards in Tasmania (180 hectares) and on the limestone Coast in South East South Australia (150 hectares). We have two wineries, one in Tasmania and one in South Australia. Family owned our Pipers Brook Vineyard was established in 1974. Our brands include Pipers Brook, Ninth Island, Kreglinger, Norfolk Rise and Rochecombe.


Austria: Kremstal and Niederösterreich

Weingut Nigl –  Stand H120

Contact: Sarah Ginner

e: info@weingutnigl.at

w: www.weingutnigl.at

The winery is situated in the middle of Kremstal, we are on the boarder of the Wachau Valley, with the same climatic conditions.This regions is well known for white wines – especially Grüner Veltliner & Riesling; big differences in tempreture between day an night – gives a mineralic touch to the wines


Austria: Burgenland

Sonnenmulde Bioweine –  Stand H116

Contact: Kathrin Schreiner

e: weingut@sonnenmulde.at

w: www.sonnenmulde.at

Tradition and being close to nature, these are two very important points for family managed winery. After 20 years of nature-oriented production, we became organic certified in 2007. Situated in the east of Austria, on the northern edge of the Neusiedlersee our growing area is divided almost equally between white and red grapes which is reflected in our assortment of wines. Great fruity white wines, powerful reds and precious dessert wines are to be discovered.


Austria: Weinviertel

Weingut Hirtl – Stand H157

Contact: Andrea Hirtl

e: office@weingut-hirtl.at

w: www.weingut-hirtl.at

At Winery Hirtl 300 years of tradition meet the spirit of modern bon-vivant-culture. Genuine origin, working with the nature and personal service by Andrea and Martin Hirtl is the family’s mission. Since the strongest expression of Weinviertel region’s origin is the Grüner Veltliner Weinviertel DAC, the Winery Hirtl offers such a broad spectrum of peppery Veltliners, as only a few do.


Austria: Weinviertel 

Helena Valley Winery – Stand H173

Contact: Debbie Stahl

e: ds@helenavalleywinery.com

w: www.helenavalleywinery.com

Helena Valley Winery is based in the region of Retz, Austria. Award winning, 4th generation winemaker Manfred Bannert produces our exquisite Grüner Veltliner, White Cuvée, Rosé and Helena Red reserved for the export market cherishing the Austrian Art of Wine. Helena Valley Winery is the winner of the WSWA 2015 “Best White Wine in Show and Double Gold”. We are focused and committed to growing our brand with our distribution partners. 


Austria: Istria

Tartufino GmbH – Stand H154

Contact: Michael Reckendorfer

e: contact@tartufino.com

w: www.tartufino.com

We produce unique and Premium Truffle Spirits. Selected grape marc spirit with white truffle Tuber Magnatum, with 24 Carat Gold, with Acacia Honey… Only Premium Truffle Products from www.tartufino.com “”Enjoy Life & Passion”””


Brazil: Serra Gaucha

Bee Wine – Stand H112

Contact: Pedro Ragazzon

e: financeiro.beewine@gmail.com

w: www.bee.wine

Not a Brut. Not a Demi-Sec. Bee Wine is the newest sparkling wine taste and is now arriving for the European summer. Produced in the Brazilian southern mountains – a region colonised by Italian people – Bee Wine brings the freshness of a tropical country with a tip of the Italian talent. WIN ALL! Pop a Bee Wine bottle means to be always a step ahead. It’s a matter of intelligence and evolution, typical features of people fanatical for good things and new experiences, that’s why Vinetage’s innovation team has created this new type of sparkling wine. Inspired by the Italian Proseccos, it is made by natural method with 100% Chardonnay grapes and with its sugar level slightly increased. Bee Wine is unique and already has a gold medal. According to the Master in Wine Business from Burgundy School of Business, Manu Oltramari, Bee Wine is much more than a sparkling wine. Its concept of diversity celebration is unique and has everything to be a great success with the Gay European Scene as well as in Brazil. In fact, GETA (Gay European Tourism Association) says that European gay tourism is worth around €50 billion per year, and every season more and more people look for gay friendly hotels and destinations in the continent. As it’s already happening in Brazil and Hong Kong, Bee Wine intends to fulfill the need for this market; providing happiness and a powerful feeling with a great refreshing sparkling wine that matches the celebration of the diversity.



Canada: Niagara

Lakeview Cellars – Stand H183

Contact: Peter Toms

e: ptoms@diamondwines.com

w: www.diamondestates.ca

Lakeview Cellars wines are sourced from our best vineyards in the Niagara Region, kissed by Lake Ontario’s offshore breezes. The lake’s influence creates a more temperate climate, which can produce superior fruit with more intense flavours and complexity. Lakeview Cellars is known for aromatic whites and bold, Bordeaux-style reds. Lakeview Cellars is one of the largest producers of Icewine in the Niagara region, producing both white and red Icewines.


Croatia: Istra

Agrolaguna – Stand H158

Contact: Sabina Salamun

e: sabina.salamun@agrolaguna.hr

w: www.vinalaguna.hr

These are the wines of the Istrian table, expressing the lightness of being Istria in all its simplicity: light to partner the balanced Istrian diet; light in alcohol for everyday enjoyment; light in spirit to reflect the pleasures of Istrian life. 



Vinos Dos Hemisferios – Stand H141

Contact: Carla Artinano

e: cartinan@doshemisferios.com

w: www.vinosdoshemisferios.com

In Ecuador where both hemispheres weekend, we have produced these excellent wines. Our vineyards are located in San Miguel del Morro , in Playas, Ecuador. This area is characterised for its bright days, cool nights suelso alizos and an atmosphere of sea breezes. Thanks to the excellent weather we have two crops a year. Our wines are aged in French and American oak .


France: Alsace

SAS Charles Sparr – – Stand H113

Contact: Pierre Sparr

e: pierre.sparr@wanadoo.fr

w: www.domaine-vin-alsace.com

Since 1634, the SPARR Family has been writing the story of Alsace wines…

30 hectares vineyards… under organic farming.

Varietals – Terroirs Wines – Late Harvest Wines – Crémants d’Alsace

Awards: Many wines are awarded in Gold, Silver and Bronze at International and National Competitions. Numerous international reviews.


France: Alsace

SCEA Claude Moritz – Stand H175

Contact: Claude Moritz

e: contact@domaine-moritz.fr

w: www.domaine-moritz.fr

“Grapes, Soil and Passion. Good wine is a balance between these three elements. To reach that balance, each must reach its potential and must be able to express itself most naturally. That’s why we practice sustainable rather than organic wine-making. We can adapt our care for plants and wines more freely, whilst remaining close to nature. Thus we can, for example. limit Sulphur-levels to the strict minimum. You don’t just taste that, you savour it… “


France: Aquitaine

Chateau De Monfaucon – Stand H133

Contact: Dawn Jones-Cooper

e: Dawnjc@btconnect.com

The biodynamic principles used in our vineyard create an environment where grapes are grown in harmony with nature, allowing the terroir to express its full potential. The same principles are applied in our winery, for a naturally good result. Our high quality, hand-crafted wines, have a lower alcohol selection, to offer a fruit-driven wine that can be enjoyed as an aperitif, at any time of day, or at the table.



France: Bordeaux Supérieur

Domaine de l’Île Margaux – Stand H132

Contact: Pierre  Favarel

e: p.favarel@bordemer.net

w: www.bordemer.net

Domaine de l’Ile Margaux is a vineyard located on an island on the river Garonne in Margaux. Its micro climate is exceptional: the surrounding water protects the vines from the freezing temperatures in winte ; the wind following the river blows the clouds away so there is more sunshine; and twice a day the water irrigate its unique terroir. Organic since 2015, manually harvested, vinified and aged in oak barrels on the island Margaux.



France: Bordeaux Supérieur

Earl Vignobles P&H Lhuillier – Stand H149

Contact: Blake Chrystelle

e: fleurhautgaussens@orange.fr

w: www.chateau-fleurhautgaussens@orange.fr

Château Fleur Haut Gaussens is a family run estate producing ‘out of the box’ Bordeaux Superieur wines. The clever use of the Malbec grape, visionary winemaking thinking and modern out of the box packaging is what makes us different. For more than 4 generations now, our wines have had a strong reputation for quality, consistency and are known as one of the top ten of the AOC.


France: Bordeaux

Vignobles Famille Curl – Stand H177

Contact: Tom Davey

e: tom.davey@chateau-dugaby.com

w: wwww.chateau-gaby.com

Vignobles Famille CURL invites you to discover Bordeaux with a difference; wines issued from two exceptional terroirs on the Right Bank. Chateau GABY a leading Canon-Fronsac estate established in 1660. Chateau MOYA, a rising star from Castillon Cotes de Bordeaux, transformed after acquisition in 2008.


France: Bordeaux

SCEA Vignobles JJ Nouvel – Stand H186

Contact: Catherine Papon

e: catherine.peyrou@wanadoo.fr

w: www.vignoblesjjnouvel.fr

A family property since 1792, Château Gaillard is an old vineyard located on the St Emilion plain. We produce Organic Wine in St Emilion Grand Cru. The wines are made in the purest Bordeaux tradition and matured in French oak barrels. We have an other property in Castillon- Côtes de Bordeaux where we are also producing Organic Wine



France: Bordeaux

Bordeaux Vineam – Stand H131

Contact: Virginie Labuzan

e: v.labuzan@bordeaux-vineam.fr

w: www.bordeaux-vineam.fr

“Bordeaux Vineam is the owner of 6 Châteaux over 240 Ha in the Aquitaine Region. These include five in the Bordeaux region, and one in the Bergerac AOC. Bordeaux Vineam is a winegrower conscious of the impact of its activity on the soil, natural resources and the environment. Since 1999, Bordeaux Vineam has committed itself to cease using synthetic chemicals, herbicides and GMOs.”


France : Sud Ouest, Bordeaux, Languedoc Roussillon

Provin / Chateau Jean Faux – Stand H179

Contact: Pascal Collotte

e: info@provin-sa.com

w: www.provin-sa.com

CO-EXHIBIT WITH CHATEAU JEAN FAUX. Provin is a young négociant specialized in French organic wines from several regions. Along this activity of discovering new talents, Provin also develops it’s own wine brands


France: Champagne

Champagne Gratiot & Cie – Stand H150

Contact: Amélie  Gratiot

e: amelie@champagne-gratiot.fr

w: www.champagne-gratiot.com

The history of the Gratiot family is solidly rooted in the Marne Valley, where they have been wine growers for 5 generations. Today, Rémy continues to carry on the family tradition and know-how while bringing in a touch of modernity. In our 18 hectare vineyard, we cultivate the 3 Champenois grape varieties Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and especially Pinot Meunier. Maintaining the optimal quality of our grapes demands an eternal quest for perfection.


France: Champagne

Champagne Hélène Delhéry – Stand H155

Contact: Coralie Remy

e: coralieremy@champagne-helene-delhery.fr

w: www.champagne-helene-delhery.fr

Champagne Helene Delhery, the meeting between a magical place and History: Hautvillers, pearl of Champagne, known for its exceptional site, the wealth of its vineyards and its famous Abbey. In the XVIIth century, Dom Perignon, a pioneer of manufacturing blends of soils and grape varieties, magnified the effervescence of its wines, devoting Hautvillers as the «Birthplace of Champagne».


France: Champagne

Champagne Leclerc Briant – Stand H106

Contact: Pierre Bettinger

e: info@leclercbriant.com

w: www.leclercbriant.com

Non-conformist by nature the house of Leclerc Briant was one of the pioneers of the organic and bioydynamic movement in Champagne in the 1990s. Acquired in 2012 by two American investors with the help of Frédéric Zeimett who now manages the business in Epernay, the house continues to demonstrate its singularity and push the boundaries with its range of original wines including low-dosage, low-sulfite and single vineyard cuvées.


France: Champagne

Champagne Lionel Carreau – Stand H139

Contact: Oriane  Carreau-Dangin

e: info@champagne-lionel-carreau.com

w: www.champagne-lionel-carreau.com

The Carreau family has been associated with wine since 1543 when an ancestor was the winemaker at the Abbey of Mores in Celles-sur-Ources. The brand itself was created much later, but the family’s savoir-faire has been handed down from father to son, and now to daughter, for many generations. So today Lionel and his daughter Oriane work together to perpuate the family savoir-faire, making cuvées which represent well the Côte des Bar region, the southernmost part of Champagne


France: Champagne

Cour des Lys – Stand H101

Contact: Yann Favennec

e: boobletag@gmail.com

We are a high end brand. Our main target for distibutions channels are restaurants/cellars/hotels in the UK & the rest of the world.


France: Champagne

Champagne Albéric & Xavier Duvat – Stand H137

e: xduvat@gmail.com

w: www.champagne-duvat.com

Champagne Alberic Duvat is champagne of tradition. The vines are tended with ancestral know-how handed down from father to son. Champagne is produced using the three allowed grape varieties : – Pinot Noir which gives champagne its complexity and venosity, -Meunier with brings freshness and lightness, -Chardonnay, the only white grape, sought after for its finesse


France: Champagne

Champagne Eric Taillet – Stand H174

e: champagne.eric.taillet@wanadoo.fr

w: www.champagne-eric-taillet.fr

Eric Taillet is convinced that harvest is the time when things take place. A time to focus on, without compromise. From this passion and care, his wines get a true connection with their terroir. A little something that makes Taillet Champagne so distinctive.


France: Châteauneuf du Pape, Rasteau and most of all Northern & Southern Rhône areas.

Chateau de la Gardine – Brunel Pere et Fils – Stand H110

Contact: Marion Barral

e: marion.barral@gardine.com

w: www.gardine.com

Since 1670, the Brunel Family has been living in the vineyards day-to-day. It is working with the greatest respect for the terroir in which our wines are made : Châteauneuf du Pape, Rasteau and most of all Northern & Southern Rhône areas.


France: Chinon

Baudry-Dutour – Stand H114

Contact: Gregoire Montot

e: g.montot@baudry-dutour.fr

We are based in Panzoult which is a few kilometres west of Chinon. We own four domains. We therefore produce very good value red Chinon along with some higher end wines from our top domains. We use a “lutte raisonnee” approach in our vineyards.


France: Côtes de Castillon, Bordeaux

Vignobles Bockmeulen – Stand H163

Contact: Harry Bockmeulen

e: harry@chateauclaudbellevue.com

w: www.chateauclaudbellevue.com

Château Claud-Bellevue is a 10 hectares vineyard property located in the surroundings of St. Emilion at the top of the hill of the peaceful town of Belvès-de-Castillon.  Since 2011 we have been working with Stephane Derenoncourt who advises on work on the vines and in the chai.  The quality of the wine produced has improved year on year.  We aim to be among the best of our appellation.


France: Loire

Domaine Champeau / 50clDIVIN – Stand H136

Contact: Linda Bakker

e: domaine.champeau@wanadoo.fr

w: www.domainechampeau.com

Franck and Guy Champeau are the 3rd generation of winegrowers at this family owned vineyard. They are cultivating their 20 hectares of wines with total commitment and with total respect for the wildlife and the environment. 50clDIVIN Step out of the ordinary and pick a 50cl bottle of wine. The best France has to offer in just the right amount. Get ready for that special treat.


France: Côtes de Rhône and Côtes de Rhône Villages Rochegude

Domaine Bastide Jourdan – Stand H130

Contact: Jourdan  Alexandre

e: bastidejourdan@gmail.com

w: www.domainebastidejourdan.com

Our domain is a small family vineyard created in 1990  in Vaucluse and in the Provençal Drôme.

Our vineyards have between 10 and 60 years, the oldest have a very limited yield.

Our wine makings are traditional for the red and very innovative for the whites and our wine making is traditional for the red and very innovative for the whites and the rosés wines.  


France: Côtes du Rhône and VDP Ardeche

Château Les Amoureuses – Stand H168

Contact: Anne-Laure Soulhiard

e: alsoulhiard@terresdesamoureuses.fr

w: www.terresdesamoureuses.com

Château les Amoureuses, located in the Rhône Valley, extends over 70 hectars.

The utmost care is taken at each stage and is inherent in our 2 ranges of wines :

Château les Amoureuses, traditional range in red, white and rosé AOP Côtes-du-Rhône and red Côteaux de l’Ardèche

Teres des Amoureuses, innovative range in red, white and rosé VDP de Méditerranée and VDP d’Ardèche


France: Roussillon and Côtes de Provence

Hecht & Bannier – Stand H108

Contact: Céline Verchere

e: cverchere@hbselection.com

w: www.hechtbannier.com

Founded in 2002 by Gregory Hecht & François Bannier, Hecht & Bannier is a boutique winery in the South of France.

The aim is to establish in the region the first brand to be a quality benchmark through a unique range of Mediterranean AOC wines.

From one vintage to another, the wines represent a reliable passport to the Roussillon, Languedoc and Provence areas and tremendous value for wine-lovers.


France: Bourgogne

Terroirs et Talents – Stand H170

e: amelie@terroirs-et-talents.fr

w: www.terroirs-et-talents.fr

The work of a master craftsman demands competence, perseverance and talent. This handsome definition perfectly sums up the work of the winemakers that make up our Terroirs et Talents association. Our group is driven by the desire to bring together several family estates, unique in origin, with extensive vine and wine expertise. Our objective is to offer the best of Gamay Noir and Chardonnay between Beaujolais and southern Burgundy.


France: Saint Chinian

Domaine La Lauzeta – Stand  H188

e: tom@domainelalauzeta.com

w: www.domainelalauzeta.com

Located on the schist hillsides of AOP Saint-Chinian in the Languedoc, Domaine La Lauzeta is an organic estate producing small cuvées of distinctive, handcrafted wines.


France: Languedoc

Chateau de Mattes Sabran – Stand H184

Contact: Jean Luc Brouillat

e: mattes.sabran@laposte.net

w: www.mattes-sabran.fr

This winery has been owned by the same family since 1733. The present owners have been managing it since 1985, and have renewed a lot the vision of this medium sized estate. We have developped shiraz type wines, as well as white ones. The use of oak aging has also opened the road to excellence. Our goal is to offer the best quality, at reasonnable prices.


France: Rhône

Domaine Vintur – Stand H160

Contact: Celine Gautier

e: aurelie.schubnel@shorecap.co.uk

w: www.vintur.fr

Independent estate in the southern Rhône on the lower slopes of Mont Ventoux. 4 different wines given 90 points by eRobertParker.com: “a domaine to keep an eye on”. The vines are mostly 30-50 years old, offering award-winning complex red, white and rosé wines, with subtle but engaging Rhône aromas and flavours.


France: Rhône

Domaine des Maravilhas – – Stand H189

Contact: Jean Frédéric Bistagne

e: info@domainedesmaravilhas.com

w: www.domainedesmaravilhas.com

The Domaine des Maravilhas lies in St-Laurent des Arbres, 15mn north of Avignon close to the Tavel village. We produce Châteauneuf-du-Pape, Lirac and Côtes-du-Rhône Villages Laudun wines. Our farming and wine making have been biodynamic since 2002. Our terroir is mostly pebbles on clay limestone, that we try to leverage in our wines expression.


France: Provence Luberon

Domaine des Jeanne – Stand H151

Contact: Rebecca Schumacher

e: info@domainedesjeanne.com

Domaine des Jeanne is an exciting new blend of wine with an artistic twist, from stunning Luberon in Provence. Our expert winemakers have created a pale, fresh and vividly flavoured rosé blend, packed with personality. The wine is uniquely presented with a contemporary label designed by a Royal Academician artist – known to be amongst the greatest names in contemporary British art.


Hungary: Villány

Heumann Kft. – Stand H145

Contact: Erhard Heumann

e: heumann@hispeed.ch

w: www.heumannwines.com

This Family-owned winery was founded in the late 90s by Erhard and Evelyne Heumann to realise their dream – to produce outstanding wines produced at reasonable prices. Their passion for wine has already born fruits. Numerous international awards and high scores in tastings are the evidence. The vineyards are mainly south-facing producing low yields at 30 – 40 hl/ha. Most of the vineyards hold the Premium status of the DHC Villány.


Italy: Abruzzo, Sicily, Tuscany

Enoteca Nederland – Torre Raone, Masseria del Feudo,  Tenuta di Gracciano – Stand H185

Contact: Patrick Dieterich

e: enoteca@enoteca.nl

w: www.enoteca.nl

Enoteca Nederland, export office of italian wine producers. Torre Raone (Abruzzo), Production: mainly Montepulciano d’Abruzzo (approx. 2.500 HL/year) Masseria del Feudo (Sicily), Production: Nero d’Avola, Syrah Chardonnay, Inzolia, Grillo (approx. 1.900 HL/year) Tenuta di Gracciano (Tuscany): Production: Vino Nobile, Vino Nobile Riserva and Rosso di Montepulciano (approx. 900 HL/year)


Italy: Abruzzi

Società Agricola Torri Cantine Srl – Stand H166

Beatrice De Tullio

e: p.antonacci@torricantine.it

w: www.torricantine.it

Torri Winery was born in 1966 in the beautiful and fertile hills of Teramo, the pride of a territory and important chapter in the regional viticulture, writes today a new story, without forgetting the roots that gave birth to its history.


Italy: Piemonte

Società Agricola Torraccia del Piantavigna – Stand H138

Contact: Nigel Vince Brown

e: nigel.brown@torracciadelpiantavigna.it

w: www.torracciadelpiantavigna.it

Little known internationally, our wines have top ratings from all the Italian guides, including the Tre Bicchieri for the last eight years. 30th in the BIWA award in 2014, where the panel including Tim Atkin and Christy Canterbury. We own 100 acres of hand-tended hillside vineyards. Exports grew by 120% in 2015, the quality of our wines, the packaging and the all marketing approach, attracting leading distributors. Opening into the U.K. is top priority for us.


Italy: Emilia Romagna

Società Agricola Randi S.S. – Stand H107

Contact: Mr Massimo Randi

e: info@randivini.it

w: www.randivini.it

Randi is an estate which has only recently begun making wine. It’s always produced
grapes, and the new objective of the estate is to promote and project the produce of
Ravenna and the surrounding plain.
We’re working to bring a red wine, Bursôn and a white
wine, Rambëla to a wider appreciation among Italian and
foreign lovers of fine wines. And discovering our wines means discovering the place
they’re produced in.


Italy: Tuscany

Palagetto Srl – Stand H118

Contact: Luca Pattaro

e: lucapattaro@palagetto.it

w: www.palagetto.it

The company, founded in 1978 is still a family run farm. It currently consists of 180 hectares of which 64 are under vine in full production activities and still growing. From our vineyards we produce about 500,000 liters of wine, with a potential of more than 600,000 bottles annually. The wines that are produced in the company are mainly “Vernaccia di San Gimignano”, “Chianti Colli Senesi”, “Rosso di Montalcino” and “Brunello di Montalcino”.


Italy: Tuscany

Tenuta La Parrina di Spinola Franca – Stand H147

Contact: Chiara Brinchi Giusti

e: commerciale@parrina.it

w: http://www.parrina.it/

Founded in 1830 Tenuta la Parrina is one of the oldest and most charming farms of South of Tuscany, spread over about 800 hectares of which 60 are destined to vineyards, 40 to fruit production, 20 to horticultural, 22 to olive groves.


Italy: Umbria

Cantina Goccia – Stand H162

Contact: Ceri Parke

e: ceri@cantinagoccia.com

w: www.cantinagoccia.com

Cantina Goccia aims to produce modern Italian wines, true to their Umbrian roots. As a small vineyard in Colli del Trasimeno we focus on producing the highest quality wines in limited quantities


Italy: Veneto

Barollo – Stand H176

Contact: Marco Barollo

e: marcobarollo@barollo.com

w: www.barollo.com

Barollo is pure passion, which is renewed and improved every year through creativity and imagination,clever blended with the rigidity and the deep knowledge of the tradition wine art. Actually we own 50 hectares of land planted with vines. Every year we produce 300000 bottles.


Italy: Veneto

Società Agricola Zago Gasparini SRL – Tenuta 2Castelli – Stand H164

Contact: Marta Dotta

e: export@2castelli.com

w: www.2castelli.com


Kazakhstan: Assa Valley Almaty

Arba Wine – Stand H121

Contact: Aigerim Ashimova

e: aigerim.arbawine@gmail.com

w: www.arbawine.com

Our vineyards regenerated on the basis of Soviet Union heritage. The uniqueness of our climate and terroir is determined by cold winters, an ancient type of cultivation characterised by covering vines with snow, high mountains coated with glaciers, dry climate and the location of the vineyards at 1000 metres above sea level. The vineyards are cultivated on the ungrafted roots. Thanks to these unique conditions our vineyards appear to the world’s market as truly unique



Alcart Sal- Chateau Oumsiyat  – Stand H102

Contact: Mr Joseph Bou Sleiman


w: www.chateauoumsiyat.com

Established for the last 4 generations in winemaking, Bou Sleiman family, perpetuates its expertise and ensures the respect for tradition to the constant qualitative improvement of its wines. Assuming the family torch, Joseph Bou Sleiman continues the work of his father Victor. A great passion and a remarkable experience in the wine growing let Joseph patiently pupil wine. “Chateau Oumsiyat” wine represents the fusion of the Old world with the new world style of wines.



DIRUM – Stand H111

Contact: Dominique De Vernejoul

e: dominique.devernejoul@gmail.com

My company, DIRUM, is a subsidiary of COMPAGNIE VIDZAR, the most important producer of rum from Madagascar. DIRUM is in charge of the development of DZAMA, the best and most important brand of rum from Madagascar, in the whole world;

DZAMA is already available in France, Belgium, Luxemburg, Denmark, Germany, Switzerland, Italy, Austria, The Netherlands, Czech republic, Slovakia and Romania, and outside europe, in the USA and in Canada (Quebec, Ontario and Alberta).


New Zealand: Martinborough

Murdoch James Estate – Stand H115

Contact: Nicola Belsham

e: nicola@murdoch-james.co.nz

w: www.murdochjames.co.nz

Hand-picked, hand sorted, hand-plunged. At Murdoch James, you won’t find machine harvesters or large trucks delivering the fruit. We only use oak barrels, and we fine the traditional way using egg whites. Our philosophy is simple, respect the old ways and use the hands to create wines long on flavour. Smooth textured wines, with a sense of place.


New Zealand: Central Otago

Coal Pit Wines Ltd – Stand H178

Contact: Rosie Dunphy

e: rosied@coalpitwine.com

w: www.coalpitwine.com

Family owned sustainably accredited vineyard and on-site winery, where only small volumes of Pinot Noir and Sauvignon Blanc are produced annually. Current release wines: 2014 Coal Pit ‘Tiwha‘ Pinot Noir, Central Otago (Gold, International Wine Challenge 2016; Pure Elite Gold, Air New Zealand Wine Awards 2015) 2014 Coal Pit Single Vineyard Sauvignon Blanc, Central Otago


New Zealand: Central Otago

Ata Mara Vineyard – Stand H165

Contact: Janiene Bayliss

e: jbayliss@atamara.com

w: www.atamara.com

We developed our vineyard in Central Otago New Zealand in 2002, before that it was a sheep farm. It is wholly owned by my husband and I, we have 4 varieties of wine produced from our vineyard grown grapes. We are looking for an experienced distributor who services the restaurant market/on trade. Our wines are at the lower end of premium and give excellent value to both the distributor and their customer.


New Zealand: Marlborough

Alpine Mist – Stand H122

Contact: Grant Brown

e: info@alpinemist.co.nz

w: www.alpinemist.co.nz

The knowledge gained over five generations of a family that has made its living from the land. (130 years) Family owned vineyard and winery. Alpine Mist wines are produced from a single vineyard in the Southern Valleys sub-region of the famous Marlborough wine region, New Zealand. Our grapes are hand harvested from low cropping vines and produced in small batches to create our range of stunning wines with intensity of flavours, colour and aroma and with wonderful balance


New Zealand: Wairarapa

Lynfer Estate – Stand H117

e: lynfer@clear.net.nz

w: www.lynfer.co.nz

Lynfer Estate is family owned and operated vineyard located in the small but prestigious Wairarapa Valley adjacent to New Zealand’s Capital city of Wellington. The climate and soils of the region are very similar to Burgundy and yield wines of international acclaim. We believe great wines start in the vineyard and our focus is on producing high quality fruit from high health vines managed under sustainable production. Lynfer Estate is founded on the principles of integrity, from the way we manage the vineyard to the way we relate to our customers.


Portugal: Alentejo

Casa Agricola Alexandre Relvas – Stand H181

Contact: Alexandre Relvas

e: alexandre.relvasjr@herdadesaomiguel.com

w: www.herdadesaomiguel.com

Herdade da Pimenta is a 170ha estate acquired by Casa Agricola Alexandre Relvas in 2011. Located on the granitic and sand plains of Evora this property is delimited by the Ribeira da Pardiela (small river).



Portugal: Douro

Pormenor Vinhos – Stand H135

Contact: Pedro Coelho

e: geral@pormenor-vinhos.com

w: www.pormenor-vinhos.com

Pormenor Vinhos arose in the Douro in 2013. The project was born to be small in quantity but large in its philosophy giving full priority to the main elements “used” to produce wines: Soil – Vine – Grapes – Climate.  We produce wines with minimal intervention in the winemaking and aging.


Portugal: Douro Superior

Muxagat Vinhos, Lda – Stand H135

Contact: Susana Lopes

e: susana@muxagat.pt

w: www.muxagat.pt

We are a small producer in the Douro Superior. It is our intention to produce typical wines of our region, from our own vineyards and from other old vineyards we found. We continue to vinify in “Lagares” of granite and in concrete vats in a minimalist way, preserving the tradition of Douro wines and the terroir of our vineyards.



Joaquim Arnaud – Stand H172

Contact: Joaquim Arnaud

e: email@joaquimarnaud.pt

Joaquim & Luisa Arnaud represents the knot between two traditional Portuguese Families  the Arnaud”s from Alentejo and the Merceanas from Alenquer (Lisbon). Both families are very attached to the wines of these regions


Portugal: Tejo

Casa Agrícola Rebelo Lopes Lda – Stand H128

Contact: Pedro Rebelo Lopes

e: geral@casaagricolarebelolopes.pt

w: www.casaagricolarebelolopes.pt

Casa Agricola Rebelo Lopes started in 2012 rooted in the vision to combine the family´s farming expertise with a professional and organized structure. We planted the vineyard in the hillside of the family estate inherited from our ancestors, in Quinta Nova (Riachos), and built a modern and functional winery, combining state-of-the-art technology with traditional practices, allowing us to produce modern wines with strong character and a very personal craft.


Romania: Dragasani

Agricola Stirbey srl – Stand H144

Contact: Jakob Kripp

e: jakob.kripp@stirbey.com

w: www.stirbey.com

Since 1700, the Prince Stirbey family on their 20 hectares estate in the Dragasani wine region in Romania has produced high quality wines from mainly indigenous grape varieties, made for enthusiasts of natural wines, devoted to terroir. With attentive treatment of grapes, must and wine, we let nature develop each grape´s own character – each distinguishable from the other, forming together a family devoted to terroir and local traditions, and clearly different from international mainstream wines.


Romania: Dealu Mare

SC Vinarte SA – Stand H144

Contact: Rodica Fronescu

e: office@vinarte.ro

w: www.vinarte.ro

It is out of the enthusiasm of a group of French and Italian investors, passionate about viticulture and confident in the tremendous potential of Romanian vineyards that VINARTE was born in 1998. Three wine estates have been purchased, namely Zoresti – Dealu Mare, Bolovanu – Samburesti and Starmina – Mehedinti (400 hectares of vineyards), which nowadays form the productive structure of the company, each with its own “personality” shaped by different soil and climate conditions.


Slovenia: Stajerska

Domaine Ciringa – Stand H119

Contact: Armin Tement

e: monika@tement.at

w: www.domaine-ciringa.com

“Domaine Ciringa” is the Slovenian winery of the Austrian family winery TEMENT. The combination of the microclimate and the rich shell limestone with cambisol soil provides ideal conditions for accentuated, long-living, authentic and mineralic Sauvignon Blanc. As a distinctive sign of origin the wine is called “Fosilni Breg“. The label shows a sea star fossil found in the single vineyard Ciringa and should demonstrate the origin and the balance of this mineralic and straightforward Sauvignon Blanc.


South Africa: Stellenbosch, Western Cape

Asara Wine Estate & Hotel – Stand H105

Contact: Peter Gottgens

e: gm@asara.co.za

w: www.asara.co.za

Asara’s wine range reflects a history dating back to 1691 and the innovative, adventurous spirit of our wine-making today. A passionate wine-making team continues to bring their unwavering commitment to quality & consistency, whilst on the farm we use sustainable farming methods to constantly improve the quality of the grapes.


South Africa: Stellenbosch

Louisvale Wines – Stand H161

Contact: Helene Van der Merwe

e: helene@louisvale.com

w: www.louisvale.com

Louisvale is a family owned vineyard in Devonvalley Stellenbosch. One of the pioneers of Chardonnay South Africa and today Chardonnay is still an important variety in our range. Apart from Chardonnay we produce the following wines, Bordeaux Blend, MCC Brut, MCC Rose and a second label Stone Road.

South Africa:

Benguela Cove – Stand H127

e: alisha@benguelacove.co.za

w: www.benguelacove.co.za/

Benguela Cove is a leading producer and wine destination, at the start of South Africa’s Hermanus Wine Route in Walker Bay South Africa. Benguela Cove’s vineyards benefit from the unique conditions of the estate’s location at the ocean’s edge, on the southern coast of South Africa. The south-easterly sea breeze is chilled by the Benguela Current flowing up from Antarctica, to cool the grapes at night after the warm summer days, irrigated by above-average rainfall, for perfect viniculture.Terra Hispana


Spain: Aragon

Bodegas Solar de Urbezo – Stand H159

Contact: Santiago Gracia Ysiegas

e: export@solardeurbezo.es

w: www.solardeurbezo.es

Every harvest brings new grapes. With new techniques and art our enologists extract the best in every new wine.


Spain: Aragón, Rioja

Hola Wines LL – Stand H142

Contact: Cristina Aldea

e: exports@holawines.com

w: www.holawines.com

HOLA! WINES specialises in exporting fine Spanish wines. A number of limited-release wines, all from small and medium-sized wineries. Behind their excellence are individuals and families, the rich soils of their terruño and a deep-rooted tradition of winemaking expertise.

Our portfolio is comprised of wines of unique style from different “Denominaciones de Origen” and ” Vinos de la Tierra”.  We offer the highest standards of professionalism and quality in our service.



Spain: Castilla y León

Abadia de Acon – Stand H167

Contact: Carlos Carrasco Martin

e: carloscarrasco@abadiadeacon.com

w: www.abadiadeacon.com

Abadía de Acón is located in the heart of the D.O. Ribera del Duero, in Castrillo de la Vega, Burgos. Abadía de Acón and has 40 hectares of vineyards. The majority of the vines are espalier-trained and have an average age of 15 years, although our special wines are made with vines that are over 70-year-old. We also refrain from using herbicides or any other aggressive treatments on the vineyards


Spain: Castilla y León, Rueda

Bodegas Teodoro Recio – Stand H152

Contact: Roberto  Recio Perez

e: info@robeser.es

w: www.robeser.es

We are a family winery with its own vineyards. This year we have finished building our own winery. The winery is located in the Rueda appellation in the heart of Spain, obtaining a great verdejo white wine.


Spain: Castilla y León

Cinema Wines SL – Stand H171

Contact: Guillermo  Perez Valle

e: info@cinemawines.es

w: www.cinemawines.es

CINEMA WINES originated in 2010 from an idea shared by a group of friends devoted to the seventh art and wine to merge these two passionate worlds.

They have transformed the concept of wine in Spain. CINEMA is a ticket to the movie we all wished to make, an invitation to travel through imagination and share wonderful moments enveloped in the magic of film.  Cinema exports to more than 15 Countries all over the World


Spain: Rioja & Castilla y Léon

Terra Hispana – Stand H129

Contact: Niall Ferris

e: terrahispana@gmail.com

w: www.uvasprensadas.com

Terra Hispana represents a number of Spanish bodegas producing quality wines, many of limited production, from a number of regiones in Spain including Rioja, Ribera del Duero, Méntrida and Bierzo.


Spain: Castilla la Mancha

Bodegas y Vinedos Verum – Stand H187

Contact: Juan Carlos Ramirez Zamorano

e: jc@bodegasverum.com

w: www.bodegasverum.com

Verum was a pioneer in the plantation of international grape varieties such as Cabernet Sauvignon (45 years old). Today, 14 different Spanish and French varieties are cultivated in the 200 hectares owned by the López Montero family. As part of their viticulture project to recover indigineous varieties they are growing grapes such as Albillo or Moravia. Verum surprised everyone with the first BRUT NATURE from La Mancha, made from 100% Chardonnay, which rested in our 8000 sq metre underground cellar.


Spain: Huesca, Aragón

Bodegas Obergo – Stand H134

Contact: Ricard Zamora Isanda

e: ricard@viberic.com

w: www.obergo.es

We are a small, family-run winery with a limited production located in the hidden Valley of Secastilla, with an altitude of  ~700 m. above sea level, sun-exposure and micro-climate make this corner a “different” Somontano.


Spain: Extremadura

Pago Los Balancines – Stand H140

Conatct: Ana Hernández

e: ana.hernandez@pagolosbalancines.com

w: www.pagolosbalancines.com

Unique environment, in a natural reserve for eagles, hawks and others at 400m above sea level. Surrounded by olive trees, and eucalyptus, permits us not to use any chemicals nor pesticides. Stoney soils, clay on the surface, chalky inside. Always windy. No irrigation, we get the water from the rain and natural underground reserves. Low production, manual-harvest, by night. Wines rated among the best from Spain (92-96 points). 2015 Official winery “World 50 Best Restaurants Awards”.


Spain: Ribera del Duero

Bodega San Mames – Doble R – Stand H125

Contact: Iker Zubia

e: comercial@bodegasanmames.com

w: www.bodegasanmames.com

One of the best price per value wines in Ribera del Duero region. The winery will support with promotion and samples. One of the first wineries founded in the Ribera del Duero región. Age of the vines: between 50 and 100 years.  Wine Enthusiast 90 points. Manual harvest in the older vines. Land type: Clayey-calcareous and stony-sandy provides colour intensity and correct structure. Height: 800 – 900 m. above sea level.


Spain: Ribera del Duero

Bodega Y Vinẽdos Milénico – Stand H180

Contact: Juan Manuel  Martinez

e: david.hornillos@yahoo.es

w: www.milenico.com

Milénico is a family winery in the DO Ribera del Duero and our wines are a very limited edition series, handcrafted and  created in the most natural way possible under sustainable and organic viticulture practices in the family’s owned vineyards in the hills of the Duero Valley.

Our winemaking philosophy is simple—it is to treat the vines with the utmost respect. We do not use herbicides or chemical fertilizers and we work the soil minimally.


Spain: Ribera del Duero

Bosque de Matasnos – Stand H156

Contact: Carmen Paya

e: carmen.paya@bosquedematasnos.es

w: www.bosquedematasnos.es

Family Project based on premium wines of Ribera del Duero & sustainable viticulture.

Vineyard located at 950 metres high in limited of life. 95% Tempranillo & 5% Merlot

Old vineyards, very low yields and aged in new barrels (90% French Oak & 10% American oak)

Ageing: 12 months in barrel and 12 months in bottle before releasing in the market 


Spain: Ribera del Duero

Bodegas Valdevinas – Stand H169

e: comercial@valdevinas.es


The winery was created with firm commitment to QUALITY and EXCLUSIVITY. Bodegas Valdeviñas follows the elaboration methods of the great wines in Bordeaux, adapted to the ideal characteristics of our grapes, due to our climate, altitude and soil, for making high quality wines that can be kept for many years. The Bordeaux Tradition, together with the Ribera del Duero Vineyards, to obtain the TASTE of TIME.


Spain: Toledo-Castilla La Mancha

Agrovillarta – Stand H109

Contact: Gabriela Calero del Olmo

e: agrovillarta@gmail.com

w: www.haciendavillarta.com

We grow our grapes on 375 acres of vineyard. We grow six different varieties, Cabernet Sauvignon, Syrah, Merlot, Petit Verdot, Chardonnay and Tempranillo. This estate has had vineyards on it for over 50 years; our grapes are harvested in the cool of the night to preserve the fresh fruit flavours. The fruit is crushed and then fermented in stainless steel and again fermented in contact with a combination of new and used French and American oak.


Spain: Utiel-Requena

Union Vinicola del Este s.l. – Stand H153

Contact: Eudaldo Bonet

e: e.bonet@uveste.es

w: www.uveste.es

We are the major Cava Wine producer outside the Catalonia area, and we have 3 brands covering three different market segments, “LAGRIMA REAL” “VEGA MEDIEN” “EXIMIUS”.


Spain: Valladolid, Castilla y León

Bodegas Rueda Pérez – Stand H143

Contact: Jose  de Rueda Pérez

e: export@bodegasruedaperez.es

w: www.bodegasruedaperez.es

Bodegas Rued Pérez is a traditional winemaking family. It has the unique advantage of being able to mix traditional control of all phases of its winegrowing, from the planting of vine to the harves,t with the modernity of all its wine production procecesses with all stainless steel machinery and vats. Just to guarantee the best quality.


Spain: Catalunya

Mas Bertan – Stand H126

Contact: Roser Carbo

e: roser.carbo@masbertran.com

m: www.masbertran.com

A family winery established in Sant Martí Sarroca, in the heart of Penedés region. We started in 2005 in our house’s garage. Now a day, we have a new winery, built in 2011. An undeniable imprint from The Penedés in quality wines and sparkling wine with xarel•lo, macabeu, parellada and sumoll being the main protagonists. The vineyard expresses itself with freedom: the vintage, always different, sets the pace.


Spain: Valladolid, Cigales

Bodega Hiriart – Stand H123

Contact: Angelines Garoz Galan

e: angelines@bodegahiriart.es

w: www.bodegahiriart.es

Bodega Hiriart is a modern winery with history to express the art of making wine. The construction of the winery dates back to 1750 when it was manually excavated.

The new winery is built on top of the old, underground warehouse. We take great care of our vineyards to obtain maximum quality of the grape. Situated in the D.O. of Cigales, Hiriart profits from excellent environment conditions (soil, altitude, climate) to make its wines.


Spain: Valtiendas

Santa Apolonia – Stand H103

Contact: Robert  Veyga

e: info@fincacardaba.com

w: www.fincacardaba.com

We are a Family company founded in 1997, managing 75 acres of vineyards, growing mainly Tempranillo, Syrah and Viognier. We are producing fruity, deep red wines, full bodied with a beautiful balance, matured in French Oak, in different styles; with a fantastic potential ageing.

On the other hand, our rosé Tempranillo and our barrel fermented Viognier are really fruity and complex.


Spain: Zaragoza, Aragon

Bodegas Larre – Stand H148

Contact: Ana Cristina Larre Lancis

e: ana.larre@bodegaslarre.com

w: www.bodegaslarre.com 


Spain: Zaragoza, Aragon

Bodegas Solar de Urbezo – Stand H159

Contact: Santiago Gracia Ysiegas

e: export@solardeurbezo.es

w: www.solardeurbezo.es

Every harvest brings new grapes. With new techniques and art our enologists extract the best in every new wine.





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