Belasco de Baquedano
Alto Agrelo, Lujan de Cuyo, Mendoza

FINEST MALBEC WINES Dating Back To 1831, 100+ Year Old Vines

Juan Ignacio Belasco was born in Viana, Spain, to a family of distillers that, dating back to 1831, carved a niche in the production of Pacharan, a slow berry-anise liqueur. In the late 1980's, Juan Ignacio entered the wine business by purchasing vineyards and building a winery in the Navarra region of Spain.

In the early 1990’s, Juan Ignacio became infatuated with the Malbec variety of grapes. With the assistance of renowned wine consultant and former Mouton Rothschild head winemaker Bertrand Bourdil (awarded three 100-point scores from Robert Parker for his Mouton Rothschild vintages 1982, 1986 and 1988), he explored Argentina for more than a decade in search of exceptional vineyards to create equally exceptional Malbec wines. They eventually discovered and purchased 222 acres of old vine Malbec vineyards, owned by an Italian family who sold their grapes under contract to the surrounding wineries in the Lujan de Cuyo region of Mendoza. 

In 2003, with the assistance of his son Mikel, on property adjacent to the 100-year-old vineyards, Juan Ignacio began construction of Belasco de Baquedano Winery completing it, and vinting the winery’s first vintage in 2008. Juan Ignacio passed away 2017 but Mikel continues his father’s passion to create some of the finest Malbec wines in the world.
Don Rodolfo Art of the Andes

Argentina is a country where its people love to express themselves. Embracing art as a language, locals do this through the rich cuisine, vibrant music and eye-catching street art. This dynamic culture continually inspires on a daily basis and DR Art of the Andes wines embrace this lifestyle in each and every one of its handcrafted wines.

Working with a local artist, the winery developed a vividly geometric version of one of Argentina's most well-known landmarks, the Andes Mountains. While pivotal in the development in their vines, the majestic Andes also spark inspiration within the local art scene.

A portion of every bottle of Don Rodolfo sold is donated to support a socio-economically diverse group of aspiring Argentinean artists. With this money the winery is able to cover costs of their art supplies, studio time, and continual education via special workshops, artist lectures and participation in open studios.

DR Art of the Andes wines are certified in both GMP (Good Manufacturing Practices) and GAP (Good Agricultural Practices) by the internationally respected DNV-GL Corporation.


McLaren Vale, South Australia


From the ground up, Shottesbrooke has been built on a tradition of hard work, dedication and passion. The people, the place and the soul that have come together over many years, and which today see their wines being distributed around the world, continue on through everything they do at Shottesbrooke. You'll find it in every bottle.

Shottesbrooke’s journey began in 1981, when its founder, Nick Holmes, planted his very first vineyard just outside the tiny South Australian hamlet of Myponga. It was from these vines, and the quality of fruit they produced, that his passion for crafting wines from in and around McLaren Vale was born.
From these humble beginnings, Nick went on to acquire the property situated at McLaren Flat, upon which he constructed the Shottesbrooke winery and cellar door, and it was here that he began the journey towards creating the best examples of McLaren Vale wines possible.
Today, under the guidance of Nick’s step-son, and now winemaker and general manager Hamish Maguire, Shottesbrooke continues to produce a range of high quality wines from both their estate-owned and managed vineyards based in the premium winegrowing regions of McLaren Vale and the Adelaide Hills, together renowned for producing some of Australia’s best Shiraz, Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon.


La Playa 
Colchagua Valley

The very first La Playa wine, named for Chile’s magnificent Pacific coastline and the vibrant rivers that nourish the Viña La Playa vineyards, was introduced in 1987 by the Axelsen family of California. The Axelsens also own CabCorp Wine Merchants in Marin, California, established in 1980 and the exclusive importer and distributor of La Playa wines in the United States and Canada.

Viña La Playa S.A. of Chile is a partnership between the Axelsens and two prominent Chilean winemaking legends: the Sutil and Errázuriz families. The winery encompasses 600 acres of prime property in the Colchagua Valley, plus 200 acres in Limarí Valley and additional vineyards in such highly desirable areas such as Curicó Valley, Bío-Bío and Maule Valley.

In 2002, Viña La Playa expanded to include a $10 million, large-capacity winery with state-of-the-art American, French, and Italian technology. The elegant, four-star Viña La Playa Winery & Hotel celebrated its grand opening in 2004. This, the first winery-based hotel in Chile, invites guests to sleep under the same roof as Viña La Playa’s premium wines. 

Today, La Playa is a leader in Chile’s burgeoning wine industry, recognized for international flavor and premium quality at a remarkably low price. Currently La Playa is distributed in more than 20 countries in North and South America, Europe, and Asia.

Vino de Eyzaguirre
Colchagua Valley

In the mid-seventeenth century, the Eyzaguirre family left their home in Vizcaya, Spain, and traveled to Chile to seek their fortune. They prospered and became distinguished citizens of their new country. In 1768 Domingo Eyzaguirre was appointed mayor of the capital city of Santiago.

His son, Domingo Eyzaguirre II, planted some of the first vines from French rootstock in that region and founded the Vino de Eyzaguirre near a village built by monks from a nearby Franciscan monastery.

At first the wine was "bottled" in sturdy, 15-liter earthenware chuicos, which survived the bumpy trip by horse-drawn cart from the village to the monastery. When the winery switched to much smaller glass bottles, however, breakage became a problem. To protect their precious cargo, the monks took to wrapping the bottles in burlap sacks. The idea caught on with the winery and became a tradition that has endured to this day.

Today the "EZ-GARY" is produced at Viña San Jorge in the prestigious Colchagua Valley, renowned for its near-perfect climate for growing grapes, and for wines of exceptional quality.


Domaine Bressy-Masson 
Rasteau, Rhône

The Estate dates back to the 19th century and is situated on a hillside between Orange and Vaison-la-Romaine. Marius Bressy founded the estate more than 60 years ago, along with his son Emile who contributed to the development of the property by carefully selecting vines and implemented the bottling of their own production. His daughter Marie-France and son-in-law Thierry now carry on the family tradition; they have been awarded many medals and selections in specialised guides. The estate is 30 hectares of stony and sunny hillsides producing generous wines that will bring the sun to your table. 
Crémant de Bourgogne

Established in 1951, the estate has been a family domain for over three generations. The winery is situated in Rully, a small, picturesque village in the Côte Chalonnaise, the heartland of sparkling wines in Burgundy. The family's desire from the start has been to remain specialised in Crémant de Bourgogne so as to guarantee savoir-faire based on their experience; offering you constant quality is their priority.

The winery owes its success to their passion for this prestigious, authentic wine of Burgundy, a passion shared with their vine-growers, cellar-men and team members - all qualified, specialised and experienced. Close to their hearts is the desire to maintain the family spirit within the team.

Muscadet Sèvre et Maine, Loire

Véronique Günther-Chéreau is internationally recognized for her award-winning, exceptional quality Muscadets. Véronique produces a number of Muscadets, each embodying and showcasing the terroir from which they are produced. 

The domaine constitutes three properties - Chateau du Coing  in Saint Fiacre-sur-Maine, Chateau de la Gravelle in Gorges, and Grand Fief de la Cormeraie in Monnières - encompassing 70 hectares of vineyards. Each of the properties is unique with their own microclimates, soil structure, and exposure allowing Véronique to produce a selection of distinct cuvées


Cantina Colle Moro

The Winery was founded in 1961 in Guastameroli di Frisa by a small group of eager, local viticulturalists. Today, after a long and challenging experience, Colle Moro is finally achieving the praise of an ever-growing and demanding public, thanks to the quality of their wine and the passion and tenacity that characterizes their work.

The company currently consists of about 670 growers in 15 different municipalities, with an overall area of about 1,600 hectares producing an average of 25,000 tons of grapes. The grapes, mainly grown in the municipalities of Frisa, Lanciano, San Vito Chietino, Ortona, Casalbordino and Torino di Sangro, are red (Montepulciano, Merlot, Sangiovese and Cabernet) and white (Trebbiano d’Abruzzo, Trebbiano Toscano, Malvasia del Chianti, Chardonnay) as well as some native grape varieties like Moscato di Frisa, Pecorino, Passerina and Cococciola.

Their lands and farms have been devoted to vinegrowing for decades, and they naturally produce some of the best grape varieties in the whole Italian territory. The hilly lands, geographical location, and a particularly propitious climate make these grapes typical and enhance their qualities, making Colle Moro products definitely unique.

The wines produced by Winery Colle Moro maintain the highest quality standards thanks to a few value added production processes: advanced technologies, constant cooperation with agronomists, low incidence of the “vintage” effect on the ripening, respect and enhancement of the organoleptic features of the grapes.


Long Barn

Long Barn gives thanks to California’s agricultural legacy and the past generations who built it. We reflect on times of old with the creation of a modest, yet dignified wine. A wine that connects our passion for simplicity with a sense of place.

Italian Stefano Migotto is a legacy winemaker, carrying knowledge of the trade passed down to him from multiple generations of vintners. Raised in northern Italy’s Abano Terme and educated at the University of Padova, Stefano mastered old-world winemaking techniques and traditions. Now residing in Napa, California, he serves as head winemaker for Long Barn.

The Long Barn range includes three single varietal wines: Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Zinfandel. Each is a pure expression of the individual varietal and the beautiful, sunny California climate, all at an incredibly affordable price.