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We invite you to explore the art of wine making! We work closely with wineries we represent to ensure great provenance and price.


Relaxing Cats Wines by Vignoble Klur 
Biodynamic & demeter certified

Join us the Cats Family from the Katz Valley! From summer afternoon drink to Christmas parties, the cats wines are always your best choice!



Artisanal Champagne by Charles Dufour
The Natural New Age of Champagne

Artisanal is the word we use to describe the Brut Nature and ultra-low dosage Champagnes from Charles Dufour. Dufour's champagnes are voluptuous, structural, and flavoursome; all of these are characteristics which veteran Champagne drinkers do not associate with Brut Nature Champagne.



Oeil de Perdrix by Champagne Jean Vesselle
Lost art of Rose Champagne

Nowadays, less than 20 champagne houses are still making a Oeil de Perdrix Champagne...




Piedmont's leading Barbaresco, Albino Rocca
Tradition of Four Generations Winemaking

“I was never very happy with barriques, and am very pleased that the market now wants more elegant, less evidently oaked wines, which is what I prefer.” Angelo Rocca



Timorasso from Claudio Mariotto
Piedmont's Answer to a White Burgundy

The white wines made from Timorasso by Claudio Mariotto must be among one of the greatest treasure in Piedmont...



Weingut Loersch, Mosel, Germany
AWC Vienna: Best German Producer 2012

Germany is the home the Riesling, probably the world’s finest grape varieties. The Loersch family from Trittenheim, Mosel has been making wines in the region for over 400 years. Young Alexander Loersch, who grows up in the vineyard, took over Weingut Loersch-Eifel from his father in 2002.


Weingut Peter Lauer, Saar, Germany
Riesling for Advance Learners & Collectors

This small traditional Saar wine producer in Ayl bottles some of the finest, most classic Rieslings in Germany: pure, precise, piquant, racy, mineral, and chiseled, but also ripe, concentrated, compact, and complex.” – Stephan Reinhart’s The Finest Wines of Germany.


Weingut Heitlinger, Baden, Germany
Authentic German wines with a modern twist

Baden, situated in the far south of Germany, just over the Rhine from Alsace, is the warmest wine region in Germany. It is home to grape varieties such as Pinot Gris, Pinot Blanc, Chardonnay and Pinot Noir. Wines from Baden are dry, full-bodied and sometimes with a touch of oak; they provide a unique experience of the Alsatian grapes made in German land.