Our amazing Winemakers are some of the top minds in ethically produced European wine. Artisans with a love for their craft, nature and amazing wine experiences.


Burgenland, Austria

Located in the middle of a World Heritage Site – the National Park Neusiedler See, on the Eastern side of the Neusiedler See Lake – Meinklang is a unique, family-run mixed farm. Directly bordering the Hungarian lowlands, this is a place where life’s diversity and complexity are celebrated. The producers like to say that their farm functions much like an organism. For example, it relies not only on the people who run it, but on the local cows who contribute their natural and invaluable fertiliser, essential to the growing process. Neighbouring the elegant grapevines, this site’s agricultural diversity is enriched by ancient grains such as spelt, farro, and einkorn wheat, as well as fruit orchards, vegetable gardens and meadows of wild herbs and flowers.


Abruzzo, Italy

After years in the international wine trade, producer Francesco decided to move back to his home region of Abruzzo to make his own wine. By 2006, only 3 years after acquiring the land for his mission, he had converted it to organic farming. Now its management is increasingly influenced by biodynamic practices. La Collina Biologica is Francesco’s negociant project in a region where he works closely with other growers, selecting the best organic grapes and making wines that are deeply connected to the land, simultaneously authentic and contemporary.


Burgenland, Austria

Nittnaus is a biodynamic family operation run by two brothers – Andreas and Martin – and one cousin – Lydia. Together, this next-generation trio is following in the footsteps of Anita and Hans Nittnaus, parents of Andreas and Martin and producers who have held a place among the ‘créme de la créme’ of Austrian wine making for over 30 years. Situated on the northern shores of Lake Neusiedler See, the vineyards are given the utmost love and care. These are producers with a strong belief that wine is made in the vineyards, not in the winery.

Weingut Mehling

Pfalz, Germany

Weingut Mehling is run by a family with a deep desire to cultivate wines true to the region. The estate is owned by Kathrin and Christoph, while Kathrin’s parents and sister lend a hand in the business. Their small organically-run estate specialises in Riesling like this one, but they also make Pinot Blanc, Pinot Gris, and a mean Pinot Noir.


Burgenland, Austria

Starting off with only one hectare in 1990, and quickly received recognition as some of the finest coming out of Central Europe. But that was only the beginning of their story. As their personal taste and beliefs changed, they transitioned from producing mainly fruity, structured and classic reds to fully converting the estate to biodynamic farming and low intervention winemaking, yielding wines with energy and drinkability. Not all of their original clients and importers appreciated this change, but today Heinrich is once again recognised as one of the leading forward-thinkers in winemaking in Austria. The beautiful estate is now nearly 100 hectares, all biodynamically farmed and hand-harvested.

Bresolin Bio

Veneto, Italy

In 2012, Enrico, Matteo, and Davide opened the doors to their organic wine production, Bresolin Bio. As a young and independent group of winegrowers, their creation of wines goes hand-in-hand with utter respect for the land and its biodiversity. Their vines are situated on the slopes of the Asolo hills in the north of Italy.

Finca Parera

Penedès, Spain

Finca Parera is a true family farm situated in the tiny village of Sant Llorenç d'Hortons in Penedès, one hour west of Barcelona. Penedès has become somewhat of the epicenter for the natural wine movement in Spain. Here Ruben and his father Jordi have set their own rules and now run a biodynamic farm with animals, fruit trees, almonds, olives, vines, and a beautiful vegetable garden that supplies their great farm-to-table restaurant. The wines are truly low intervention, all cellar work is done by gravitation and rarely use any SO2.

Domaine Milan

Provence, France

Henri Milan took over the winery from his father in 1984. Quickly converting the vineyards to organic farming he set out to explore the full facet of the region and its terroir. Not wanting to be restrained in his winemaking, Henri gave up the Baux-de-Provence appellation in 2007 so he could fully make use of his creativity in the vineyard, thus making him somewhat of a local rebel. Today his son Theophile and his wife Natalie are slowly taking over the estate and shaping its legacy. Sulphite additions are minimal, and all wines are bottles unfined and unfiltered.


Burgundy, France

Maine and Jean-Marie Guffens-Heynen left Flanders for Burgundy in 1976. Here, Maine worked for local growers and Jean-Marie studied viticulture and winemaking. They managed a small estate in the Maconnaise and by 1979 had started purchasing vine parcels in the hills of Pierreclos. The négociant Verget was formed in 1990, long before buying-in grapes became a respectable practice in Burgundy. These producers’ mission in life has been to prove that Mâconnais whites can be better than those from such famous white wine villages as Meursault and Puligny-Montrachet. In recent years they have expanded their production, with estates in the Rhöne valley as well in Bordeaux.


Dalmatia, Croatia

The winemaking history of the Bibich family dates back to the 15th Century. They have weathered storms of political struggle, changes in government and wars with continued dedication to their intergenerational vocation. Under the direction of current owner, Alen, and his son Filip (the next-generation), they continue their work collaborating with nature in order to perfect their wines. Cultivating both traditional varieties and international varieties that have found home in this fertile soil, Bibich produces wines of international acclaim. From hand-picked grapes to minimal intervention, the Bibich family demonstrate a deep love for craft and tradition while also keeping the more modern wine lover excited.

Famille Chaudière

Provence, France

The Chaudière family has been cultivating fresh grapes and creating rich wine for three generations. The estate itself was founded by the family in the 1970s with just a few hectares of land. Near the latter half of the 1980s, the family began making the switch to more organic growing methods. Today the estate is managed by brothers Alexandre and Frédéric (with Alexandre in the cellar and Frédéric spreading the gospel). Most of their vineyards have now been converted to organic farming, and they produce an impressive range of wines, from Rhöne in the north to Provence in the south.

Weingut Andres

Pfalz, Germany

Brothers Thomas and Michael Andres took over their parents' winery in Deidesheim in 2015. Within a very short time they have become a constant in the area. Their wines are simultaneously powerful and elegant, delivering maximum drinking pleasure even in their youth. This now fully organic 21-hectare estate focuses on Riesling, but also produces some stunning Burgundian varieties such as Chardonnay and Pinot noir.

Hoch Family

Kremstal, Austria

Christoph Hoch is the mastermind behind some of Europe’s most thought-provoking sparkling wines. Early in his life he discovered that Hollenberg (his home village) was a geological anomaly within the majority of Austria’s terroir, and that the soil types here were incredibly similar to the chalky conglomerate soils found in the famed Côte de Blanc in Champagne. This sparked an enthusiastic ambition to make sparkling wines that could rival some of the greatest names in the business. Fast-forward to today, Hoch is considered a rising star across the globe.

Dominique Piron

Provence, France

The Pirons have a long tradition of winemaking that spans fourteen generations, with their oldest known ancestor in the business dating back to 1590 AD. This is a family that has studied the craft of making wine over the past four centuries. After a long history of dedicated winemakers, the Piron estate is now being handled by a negociant named Julien Revillon who both farms and buys grapes from trusted growers. He places an emphasis on high quality, historic wines, true to the region of Beaujolais.