Viñalba is an exciting range of wines which showcases the depth and elegance which Argentina can offer. With an eclectic range of grape varieties, Vinalba wines are made by Bordeaux-born Hervé J. Fabre who has been producing award winning wines in Argentina since the early 1990s.
Viñalba offers a range of beautifully crafted wines, combining Argentina’s purity of fruit with elegance and complexity.
Hervé Fabre is one of our Vinoheroes as he has won 373 medals in major international wine competitions for Vinalba over the years and he is one of the nicest winemakers we work with.
Based in the heart of the Languedoc in France, Domaines Auriol is a family-owned winery set up in 1995 by the formidable Claude Vialade. As the daughter of a former wine estate manager, wine has always been second nature to her from early days where she would follow her father around the vineyards as a child to becoming the Director of the AOC Corbières Syndicate. Domaines Auriol is also one of the best producers of organic wines in the area and has been enhancing its environmental credentials for the past 25 years.
Claude Vialade is one of Vinoheroes bearing the organic flag with pride and true to her Occitan roots.
Bacio della Luna Prosecco is located in Vidor, the heart of the Prosecco Superiore vineyards.
The winery is managed by the indomitable Roberta Deflorian whose determination and passion are the key driving forces behind Bacio della Luna.
Bacio della Luna means ‘kiss of the moon’. The winery works with some of the most renowned grape growers in the area to secure the best possible fruit for their Proseccos.
Roberta is one of our Vinoheroes so baddies be warned, don’t mess with her!
British Chef James Martin has been a household name since his TV career began in 1996. In 2006, he became the presenter of the BBC One show Saturday Kitchen which regularly attracted viewers in excess of 3.5 million. Recently James has been on screen for ITV touring the UK for James Martin’s Great British Adventure, America for James Martin’s American Adventure and France in Keith Floyd’s car for James Martin’s French Adventure. James’s Saturday Morning is shown every Saturday at 9.30am on ITV. James has spent months selecting wines from the Corbières and wider Languedoc area, based on the quality of the terroir and lower yielding older vines. He selected and blended a red Corbières and a white vin de Pays d’Oc.
James is one of our Vinoheroes.
Based in the Leyda Valley, 60 miles west of Santiago de Chile, the Garcés Silva Family winery has earned worldwide recognition over the years with its flagship wine Amayna.
They were one of the first producers to plant in the Leyda valley and have been the driving forces behind local wine production. Currently managed by Matias Garces, Amayna’s winery produces white wines that have intense fruitiness, rich acidity, and freshness, and red wines with bright fruit, strength and elegance.
Matias is one of our Vinoheroes.
Lunadoro is a stunning estate in one of the most beautiful stretches of Tuscany, in the area of Montepulciano.
It is a little corner of paradise in the natural park of Val d’Orcia which is bursting with wildlife.
The state of the art cellar has 40 hectares, 12 of which are vineyards for the production of the famous Vino Nobile di Montepulciano.
The estate is managed by Adriano Annovi.
Adriano is one of our Vinoheroes.
Founded in 1968, Bodegas Familia Chavarri own several vineyards in Lapuebla de Labarca and Laguardia
It is one of the oldest wineries in the prestigious Rioja Alavesa region.
The winery combines tradition with modernity, maintaining a family atmosphere with a cutting-edge style introduced by the new generation spearheaded by Ruth Chavarri whose passion and enthusiasm are the driving forces behind Bodegas Familia Chavarri.
Ruth is one of Vinoheroes.
Based in the Marlborough Region, te Pā has a history stemming back almost 800 years. Set up by the MacDonald family whose Maori lineage goes back to 1350, the te Pā estate spreads over 400Ha of vineyards in Marlborough’s Wairau and Awatere regions. Thanks to a unique microclimate, the fruit parcels from this vineyard have a soft acidity, pungent aromatics, and complex, ripe flavour profiles.
The winery is managed by Haysley Mac Donald.
Haylsey is one of our Vinoheroes.
Champagne Bonnet Launois is owned and managed by 5th generation grower Arnaud Robert. Located south of the Côte des Blancs, Bonnet Launois Champagne is the culmination of a personal winemaking approach. Throughout its history, the vineyards of Champagne Bonnet Launois have extended throughout the different terroirs of the region and the estate is made up of around 40 different little plots. Winemaking, vineyard management, blending and label design, Arnaud does everything himself with the help a very small team.
Arnaud is one of our Vinoheroes – he doesn’t wear a cape, but he may as well!
Masso Antico is an eclectic range of wines from Southern Italy. Produced in the provinces of Puglia and Abruzzo by our winemakers Daniele and Carlo, Masso Antico wines are modern interpretations of classic local grape varieties. Masso Antico’s name derives from the old farmhouse or ‘Masseria’ which was built on our first ever vineyards and was covered by a huge old gnarled grape vine, which has since become the symbol of our roots and strong attachment to our land.
Our vineyards bask in the Italian sunshine and our wines are the perfect match to our beloved Mediterranean way of life. Daniele and Carlo are two of our Vinoheroes.
Romantic, Passionate and Beautiful.
There are few Italian regions which can conjure up those feelings as well as the Veneto.
History, culture and romance are all intertwined with the beautiful cities of Verona and Venice against a backdrop of rolling hills and stunning vineyards.
The Amicone range endeavours to encapsulate this beauty and passion through a range of fruit-driven Venetian wines.
The wines are produced by Daniele Ress who is one of our Vinoheroes.
Founded in Valencia, Spain, in 1898, La Pepica is one of the most historic and treasured restaurants in the world. Since opening, it has become a Valencian pilgrimage, hosting royals, sports stars, politicians, and famously Ernest Hemingway, who described an evening at La Pepica in his book ‘The Dangerous Summer’.
To honour the legendary restaurant and family tradition, a range of wines was created to reflect this proud history and cooking. The wines, produced by Bodegas Murviedro in Requena and award-winning Vinohero winemaker Juanjo Muñoz, are perfect for casual dining with fantastic Spanish food and encapsulate the best of the Spanish sunshine.