Masseria Trajone

In 1970 Femar Vini was founded. Through a contemporary perspective on wine and with the help of the most modern equipment they succeed to present a wide range of wines from the central and the south of Italy, linking an unlikely good price-quality ratio to authenticity and typicality. Hence, they capture the extensive diversity of the South of Italy in a wide range of sunny delights.

Wines (3)

Per Tutti

The project grows traditional italian varieties. It uses the Guyot system and the traditional apulian “alberello” training system to grow its vines. Production is concentrated around well-known wines like Primitivo, Nero d'Avola, Montepulciano, Pinot Grigio and many more to come.

Wines (3)

Terre Allegre

Cielo e Terra was founded in 1908. The Cielo family vineyards arose from the relationship between the terroir in the Valle del Chiampo and the Cielo family. Giovanni Cielo began with the cultivation of grapes. In the 30s, the business was carried on by one of Giovanni's sons, Pietro Cielo, the only family that stayed in Montorso. His strong ties with the region and the terroir made he continued the family tradition. In 1962 came the third generation at the top of the company. Three sons of the second generation continued the business. Currently the fourth generation, consisting of Luca and Pierpaolo Cielo have acquired the business. Since their arrival Cielo e Terra is one of the leaders of the trade in Italy. The Cielo family continues to innovate and increase their quality.

Wines (2)

In Me

After domains such as Poggio Le Volpi and Masca del Tacco and also brands such as Epicuro, Masseria Trajone and Feudi del Duca, Felice Mergé creates a new brand: 'IN ME'. This is a range of wines with the central star being one of Puglia's most cultivated grapes, Negroamaro. Where Negroamaro appears, partner in crime, Primitivo, should not be missing either. As usual, Felicé once again succeeds in serving us an irresistible range of wines. The warm, welcoming character of southern Italy is reflected in every bottle. Generous, opulent wines with a seductive and sunny character that will make both the total layman and the seasoned wine connoisseur fall for themselves. Each and every one of his wines is also awarded with insanely high appreciation figures from wine critics from all over the world. Puglia was once known for its inferior mass wines where quality was completely lost sight of. Nowadays, however, you can make discoveries here that will immediately make every wine lover happy.

Wines (5)  About the winery


In the heart of the province of Treviso, at the foot of the hills of Asolo and Montello, in the area of Prosecco, Cantina Montelliana established a cooperative of growers. They use traditional methods and modern equipment, and produce the highest available technologies and with the utmost care. They are also using more traditional methods, which are reliable, and experiences that are closely connected with the history and culture of this area. With an attentive look at the past and through the use of the best winemaking technologies that the market offers Cantina Montelliana processes carefully and supervises the land and the vines with a respectful approach, so excellent wine is obtained. The wine is produced with selected grapes that are chosen because of their high quality. The grapes in the vineyards of this particular country grow between the hills and the plains, which have unique and unrivalled organoleptic characteristics, thanks to the favourable balance between the climate and the soil in this area. The vineyards of Cantina Montelliana are located on the hills of Montello and Asolo on either side of the river Piave: more than 600 hectares of vineyards, characterized by particular soil and climate, ideal for growing high quality grapes.

Wines (9)  Page of the winery

Casa Defrà

Cielo e Terra was founded in 1908. The Cielo family of vineyards grew from the terroir in the Valle del Chiampo (in the Casa Defrà Estate) and the Cielo family. Giovanni Cielo was the first to start growing grapes there. In the 1930s, the business was continued by one of Giovanni's sons, Pietro Cielo, the only family member who stayed in Montorso. His strong bond with the region and the terroir ensured that he continued the family tradition. In 1962 the third generation came to the helm. Three of the 8 sons of the second generation continue the business. It is now the fourth generation's turn, consisting of Luca and Pierpaolo Cielo who have taken over the business. Since their arrival, Cielo e Terra has been one of the leaders of large-scale trade in Italy. The Cielo family continues to innovate and increase in quality.

Wines (5)

Paolo Cottini (Valpolicella)

La differenza tra fare un lavaro and farlo per passione è il risultato! The difference between working and doing this with passion is the final result! Paolo Cottini has his own work ethic to obtain a personal identity for his wines. Together with his wife Sarah, he continues a passion under his own name that has actually been inspiring for 3 generations. The vines are planted in the heart of Valpolicella, more specifically Castelrotto and include 2 different wine regions, both geologically and climatically. One in Ca´ del Gallo at 580 m altitude, southwest facing and the other in Valgatara at 250 m altitude and southeast facing. They lie in the middle of the big names and enable them to give the respective wines as much balance and complexity as possible guaranteeing a unique identity. This small family domain surprised many wine critics in no time and worked its way up to an unmissable wine experience in a nevertheless unique region in terms of grapes, wines and their respective production methods.

Wines (3)  About the winery

Tenute Camate

Wines (1)

Sasso dei Lupi

Sasso dei Lupi was born out of a decade long experience of one of the most important wine producer cooperatives in the Umbria region: Cantina Sociale Colli Perugini. As from 1967, the cooperative gradually expands to more than a thousand members and became one of the largest wine cellars of the region. In September 2008 the company changes radically his course and announces the birth of the Società Cooperativa Agricola Sasso dei Lupi. The new company is known for its strong innovative spirit, the will to progress and the respect for the values of the region.

Wines (1)

Le Cimate

“LE CIMATE” is situated in one of the most suggestive locations at the heart of Umbria - Montefalco. The 28 hectares of land were purchased by the Bartoloni family in 1993 from the Diocese of Spoleto. This site includes the property where the Curate of Casale resided. The family has specialized in agriculture since 1800 and owns a total of 184 hectares of land, of which 108 hectares are used for grain produce, 15 hectares for the hazelnut ,15 hectares for DOP olive groves and 23 hectares cultivate DOCG vines. Situated on a splendid hill top with a 360 degree panorama view of on one side the Monti Martani mountains and on the other side the city of Montefalco, the cantina ‘Le Cimate’, surrounded by it’s suggestive vines, has been constructed on the site of an existing building and takes the name of the actual location. Included in the land is an area where it is said that Saint Clare of the Cross (Santa Chiara della Croce), who lived around the turn of the 12th century, used to shepherd her sheep. In those times there was a water spring that is now long gone where she used to lead her flock to drink whilst she prayed. This area which covers approximately 5 hectares now harvests 4 different types of high quality white grape vines. Three generations of the Bartoloni family have contributed to the construction of the cantina; grandfather Paolo who has dedicated his life to agriculture and moreover has always specialised in vine growing (he was president of the local community cantina ‘Colli Spoletini’ for more than 20 years); his son Giovanni who had the courage to believe in the investment necessary to realise one of the most modern cellar in the area; and grandson Paolo who with his degree in agricultural studies will dedicate the rest of his life to wine production.

Wines (4)  About the winery

Lamborghini (Umbria / Veneto)

In the 1960s, Ferruccio Lamborghini, later better known as a world-famous car manufacturer, purchased the beautiful domain, which is situated south of Lake Trasimeno. As he traveled through the region, he fell in love with the beautiful hilly landscape and after his career as a tractor builder and wagon constructor, he decided to return to his roots and devote himself fully to viticulture as the son of farmers. The vineyards are in Umbria but only a few km from Cortona, the most southern appellation of Tuscany. In the 1990s, daughter, Patrizia took over the domain and further strengthened her father's ambition by modernising and enlisting the help of one of Italy's most talented and renowned winemakers, Riccardo Cotarella, nicknamed "The Wizard". He makes top wines from local grapes such as Sangiovese and Montepulciano like no other and mixes them with international grapes such as Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot. International wine critics such as James Suckling and Robert Parker love it anyway and give these blends absolute top scores in their wine ratings. Another small and fun anecdote that Ferruccio Lamborghini completely draws: When Ferruccio, being a farmer and specialised in building tractors and other agricultural vehicles, but full of admiration for beautiful sports cars like Ferrari, Enzo Ferrari himself pointed out that the bodywork of his cars was not calculated on the power of his engines, Enzo Ferrari replied that he might have known how to drive a tractor but missed any knowledge of sports cars! ... The rest is history!

Wines (25)  About the winery

Poggio Le Volpi

Poggio Le Volpi has been a leader in the field of top wine in the Lazio region for a long time and was recently named winery of the year. For both white and red wine for they belong to the absolute top. Already some 100 years, the Merge family owns the domain. Currently Felice Merge, the oenologist is idolized in the region. Their red wine, Baccarossa, is made from the rare nero buono grape and is, according to the Italian wine critic Luca Maroni, the best wine ever made in Lazio He passed his life and work experiences on to the large second generation of the family, experiences which have found vigour and reached full meaning through the bold, enterprising spirit of grandson Felice, wholly supported by the solid, active drive of his father Armando. Poggio Le Volpi has an image which is second to none for the quality and elegance of its wines. These wines are the precious jewels which have ennobled the estate's pedigree due to the praise and appreciation heaped upon them in the refined and exclusive niche wines segment.

Wines (1)

Cantine Mucci

For over 100 years, this family cultivates the better wines of this region. Today, Elisa and Valentino continue this tradition unabated. The rich soils and sunny, reinforced with this young talent, enables us to offer a range of wines full of passion and with an amazing quality.

Wines (8)

Cantine Iorio

Geological events largely determine the surface landscape of Campania. Extinct volcanoes remain a permanent part of the landscape, and create a "terroir" in which typical grape varieties flourish. This provides its not too rich soil, with a perfect water balance. This works perfect for the grapevines, resulting in its extra minerality and vivacity. For ages people have been active in wine- and olive-growing, pushing its quality standard forward the past decades. Influenced by brothers Pietro and Luca, in 2004 Iorio decided to largely invest in modern techniques, resulting in a tremendous boost for the Azienda. Today, the domain is a wonderful and ultra modern site, decisively producing top brands ! Furthermore, the best Aglianico's equal the best wines from the north, in force as well as shelf life , giving them the nickname "Barolo from the South".

Wines (2)

Tenute Lombardo

Lombardo Vini is located in a beautiful hilly landscape (600 m above sea level). It extended over 20 hectares and is almost entirely planted with Nero D'Avola. Nero D'Avola is an indigenous red grape, which is typical for this region. The vineyards are maintained by the Lombardo family with great passion and respect for the environment. The substrate is rich in lime. The typical climate for the central of Sicily is hot and dry, especially during the growing season, and is characterized by little precipitation and high temperatures.

Wines (16)

Atha Ruja

Atha Ruja is located near the town of Dorgali, located on the central eastern coast of Sardinia. The vineyards are located in the old Oddoene valley and surrounded by mountains: the Supramonte of Gennargentu on one side and Mount Tuluj on the other side. Marco Bernabei was and is an important reference point for Atha Ruja. He is now considered "part of the family" and is a key member for the development, growth, quality and elegance of the wines produced. Peter and Anita reaize this beautiful story with great enthusiasm. Their hope lies in the hands of their children, Manuela, Teresa and Eugenio so that this dream remains reality

Wines (4)

Vigneti Zanatta (Sardegna)

Vigneti Zanatta is a young company founded in 2003 with the combination of two pieces of land known for their tradition on the production of the following wines: Sardinia and Veneto. The wines are produced from local grapes in the Gallura area in Sardinia. It is the very nature of the extremely sandysoil with little water or organic matter that gives the wines such as Vermentino di Gallura DOCG and Cannonau di Sardegna DOC their aromatic, spicy flavour by which they are known and can be immediately identified.

Wines (11)  About the winery


Rino Russolo makes wines on the plain of Friuli near the Veneto , which is called Grave at northeast of Venice . The vineyards are sheltered on the north by the foothills of the Dolomites (Southern Alps) and on the south side by the Adriatic Sea providing sufficient moisture and a fresh sea breeze. The Friuli region in the northeast of Italy, is at the origin of some of the finest white wines in the country. The climate is cool and the air is exceptionally pure due to the further located Alps. In short, the ideal conditions for the production of fine and aromatic quality wines. Here Rino Russolo started his winery in 1925 as one of the first Italians with a degree in oenology. Today, the leadership is in the hands of his grandson Rino Jr. In Russolo they strive for the highest possible quality. The largest part of the grape varieties used is of French origin. The special climate and specific soil results in these typical wines.

Wines (17)

Kornell Florian Brigl

The Brigl family has a long history in the wine industry. At a very young age, in 1996, Florian Brigl took over the domain. In 2001 the winery was renovated, and new cellars were built on the domain. Ever since, the delicacies of various grapes such as Lagrein, Pinot Nero, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Sauvignon blanc, pinot blanc and Gewürztraminer, mature there. Each grape and each cuvée shows pure finesse and balance. The Griffin, printed on each bottle, comes from the banner of the local castle Greifenstein. A Griffin is a mythical animal that is half human/ half eagle. This sense of history, and the deep faith in nature is to be found in every bottle of their wines. The 'Staves' series are the flagship of the domain and belong to the absolute top of Alto Adige. their name comes from the bars which are used to tie the vines to, on the steep slopes of the Dolomites.

Wines (17)  About the winery


Azienda Palazzo. This area produces wine since 1983. The families Loia and Palazzo manage 4 hectares of vineyards with another 3 hectares of olive groves on the eastern slope of Montalcino. Quality is key at Palazzo. With a small production Palazzo guarantees the best quality.

Wines (5)

San Fabiano Calcinaia - BIO

Guido Serio and his wife Isa arrived at San Fabiano in 1983 and immediately made investments aimed at producing quality wines. They have gradually made progress over the time, renewing the vineyards, the winemaking chain, the bottling and the cellar for refining the wine in wooden barrels. The farm of San Fabiano Calcinaia is located among the hills of the prestigious Chianti countryside. The territory of Chianti Classico, which stretches between Florence and Siena, has kept intact, for the most part, its appearance. The agriculture constitutes the predominant activity, an aspect that made this country unique. The work and dedication of man have further amplified the natural beauty of the place. For the characteristics of climate, soil and altitude of the land in this area is particularly suitable for the production of fine wines.

Wines (3)

Podere Le Berne

Le Berne is a young company with vineyards in Cervognano, the best area for growing Montepulciano. In the 60s Egisto Natalini, decided together with his son Julian to harvest their own vineyards. This was the beginning of a family business that aims at improving the Tuscan wine. An intensive modernization was implemented and through the years, absolute quality was the goal. The production area itself is in Cervognano, which includes the heart of the Vino Nobile wines. It is a hilly piece of land with perfect south-oriented vineyards. The name "Le Berne" comes from the Etruscan "Verna" or "Verena" which means "Surrounded by hills". Here some of the most iconic wines of Tuscany are made!

Wines (5)

Nunzi Conti

Founding father Gualtiero Nunzi left his Cantina to his eldest son, Antonio, who carried on the family tradition with the same dedication of his father. Antonio strongly believed in the area’s vocation for winemaking and was one of the founders of the Consorzio del Vino Chianti Classico Gallo Nero. Gualtiero Armando took over the helm of the winery from his brother and became one of the key figures in the history of both the family winery and the local wine industry. He was made Vice-President of the Consorzio Vino Chianti Classico and held the role of President between 1994 and 1997. Gualtiero Armando planted new vineyards, purchased more land and built a profitable and efficient winery whilst respecting the beauty and nature of the extraordinary countryside of the Chianti hills. Today, the Nunzi Conti family estate is runned by his son Maurizio and grandchildren Antonio and Isabella. They are assisted by wine-maker Giampaolo Chiettini.

Wines (5)

Duca di Saragnano

The story of the Duca di Saragnano dates back to the middle ages. It is a story of nobility. In a time when Arab marauders were invading all of Southern Italy and conquering much of the Tyrrhenian coastline, one noble local stood to protect the land, the people and his family. It is the noble Duke of Saragnano that gravely fought against the Arab army, who inspired this line of wines. Although the story ends in the Duke's defeat, it’s his legend that we honor him with a toast.

Wines (8)

Bel Colle

Bel Colle was founded in 1976 by the brothers Franco and Carlo Pontiglione and Giuseppe Priola. As true patriots they did not hesitate to make use of Langhe's most typical product. Bel Colle produces natural and genuine wines, selected by the oenologist Paolo Torchio. This winemaker has been recognized by a range of conoisseurs and experts. Bel Colle has on top also advanced oenological equipment. Severel beste awards 'Tre Bichierri' by Gambero rosso. Best Barolo and Barbaresco!

Wines (14)

Musso Valter (Barbaresco / Barbera)

With Musso, we welcome the absolute top of Barbaresco to our portfolio. The historic vineyards are also connected to those of their world-famous neighbour Gaja. In 2014, their Barbaresco "Pora" was even voted the best Barbaresco of the year ... scored better than Gaja's! The domain was established in 1929, the year of the great depression in Italy. We could certainly not call it an easy start! But that could not prevent slow but steady work towards the absolute top of the region. At first it started only with 2 tiny vineyards in Cavanna and Ronchi, to which later some of the roaring names of Barbaresco were added. Today, father Valter and son Emanuele Musso run the winery. Despite the enormous status they do with an admirable modesty that at least matches their equally impressive drive. The vineyards of Musso are currently located in 4 of the largest locations in Barbaresco: Pora, Rio Sordo, Ronchi and Cavanna. Every wine and grape is treated with the utmost care and is always an unforgettable experience for every wine passionate. With great pride and respect we would like to introduce and recommend this iconic wine domain to our wine-loving customers.

Wines (8)  About the winery

Casina Bric 460

Casina Bric literally translated means: “Farm on the top of the hill”. It is therefore the highest winery of the municipality of Barolo. The average height of the vineyards is 460m (up to 500m), which immediately explains the rest of the name. From the domain you can safely say that you have one of the most beautiful views over the appellation of Barolo. The successive hills with often misty valleys in between are a feast for the eyes and form the ideal habitat for Nebbiolo (Mist), the grape from which the legendary Barolos and Barbarescos are made. Owner and winemaker, Gianluca Viberti, after 20 years tending the family vineyards, started this wonderful project. His view is: "People don't need copies and imitations (there are enough already)". The wines are made here in a traditional way, with a personal approach and with great respect for the ecosystem and climate in general. No chemical yeasts to start the fermentation, new oak maturations that hinder the identity of the wine etc. Here the wine takes its time and Barolos are made as it has been traditionally done with a difficult and demanding grape like Nebbiolo can develop into one of the most impressive, complex and sought after wines in the world. His top wines require many years of patience, but are a great reward for every enthusiastic wine lover once the moment of consumption presents itself.

Wines (8)  About the winery


Almost 30 years ago, Angelo began producing Prosecco. The close relationship with nature and the constant quest for improvement put this winery on the world map. The three sons, Mauro, Paolo and Giovanni, continue the work of their father with the same passion. The vineyards are located in the small village Saccol the Valdobbiadene near the river Piave. The brand new winery is established with the latest equipment. Real class in Prosecco. Lots of fruit in the nose, round and soft in the mouth and with a perfectly finish

Wines (10)

Bepin De Eto

This vineyard is located in San Pietro di Feletto at 270 m above sea level. Ettore Cheschin is the man behind Bepin Eto, who develpped more than 40 years ago this vineyard with an eye for tradition and sincerity.

Wines (6)

Tenute Camate

Wines (1)

Dalfiume Nobilvini

Dalfiume Nobilvini was founded in 1970 and originated from the merger of the Winehouse Dalfiume Edward (1950) and the Alberici Anacleto Wine Company (1940). Dalfiume Nobilvini was first managed by Edward Dalfiume and later by his sons Franco and Gianni. The grandchildren, Silvia and David have joined the family business. David has become a leader in his field, both by his capacity as a winemaker as by the marketing of Emiliano-Romagnoli wines. There are huge investments made to improve the internal storage of the wines and for the installation of the Vinification department. They also have a modern cooling system to control the temperature during fermentation. In this way, the essential characteristics of different wines can be approved, including flavouring.

Wines (2)

Monte Rossa

Azienda Agricola Monte Rossa, Via L. Marenzio, Bornato, Brescia. Franciacorta is the only DOCG wine in Italy produced with a second fermentation in the bottle. Monterossa was founded in 1972 and owns 50 hectares of vineyards, with 5,000 grapevines per hectare, which are among the best in the region. Heavy investment in the winery has led these wines at the top level. Monterossa now belongs undoubtedly to the elite of the Franciacorta.

Wines (6)

Deta Distilleria

The story of Deta starts in 1926 when the family of Marquis Torrigiani of Santa Christina founded a small distillery near the Chianti hills in the heart of Tuscany between Florence and Siena. After World War II, Angelo Gianchecchi took over the distillery and changed the name to "Lo Stillo". The distillery soon became a reference for distillates in the Tuscan wine landscape. In 1978 the company took its current form. She was taken over by Luigi Forni and his daughter. During the industrial revolution, they implemented drastic modernisations and adjustments and at the same time they could count on Lo Stillo's years of experience and know-how. While other distilleries did not take these steps or did not do so in time, Deta worked its way up to the top of the region. To this day, they present only high-quality distillates that will delight any Grappa or Limoncello enthusiast.

Wines (6)  About the distillery