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A Los Vinateros Bravos

Founded by Leonardo Erazo in southern Chile’s Itata valley, A Los Vinateros Bravos (which literally translates ‘To the Brave Winemakers’) is a tribute to the wealth of bush vines he inherited, some over a century old, and the growers who’ve gone before who cultivated them. Their wines make use of…

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Alex Craighead Wines

Kiwi raised winemaker Alex Craighead founded the Kindeli Wines label alongside his partner Josefina Venturino. Drawn to low intervention winemaking, there wasn't a lot on offer in New Zealand, so they began to experiment with zero sulphur wines in 2013. They turned this side-hobby into a business,…

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Alfredo Maestro

Alfredo Maestro vineyards are located within the Ribera del Duero, preferring not to participate in the D.O.(Denominación de Origen ), so the wines are Vino de la Tierra de Castillo y León. Using hand harvested grapes with only organic and biodynamic practices and no sulphur added in the winery or…

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Ancre Hill

Founded in 2006 by Richard and Joy Morris, the aim of Welsh estate Ancre Hill is to produce the best possible grapes and deliver wines of the highest quality. Organic since day one, Ancre Hill introduced biodynamic practices in 2011; they gained organic certification in 2013, and Demeter…

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Artisans Vignerons de Naoussa

Artisans Vignerons de Naoussa is a union of growers based in the northern Greek region of Macedonia. Their focus is on sustainable viticulture, low-intervention making and especially on growing and bottling the Xinomavro native to the hills of Naoussa with these philosophies in mind. Their…

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Bodegas Latúe

Wine producers Bodegas Latúe is a large producer in Villanueva de Alcardete who partner with small vineyards in the La Mancha region. With beginnings as a co-operative in 1954, the Bodegas Latúe operation has been founded on the fertile agricultural history of the region and the sustainable…

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Brendan Tracey

A former punk-rocker and DJ turned winemaker, Brendan Tracey’s wines combine his experiences playing in bands in 1970s California with the love he has for his mother’s native country, France. New Jersey born, Tracey moved to France in 1980 and started making his own wines in 2010. His irreverent…

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Casa Belfi

Casa Belfi is the result of the union of Albino Armani, whose family have been making wine at the estate since 1607, and wine maker Maurizio Donadi who together established the company with its current principles in 1999. Situated at San Polo di Piave, north of Venice in the Marca Trevigiana wine…

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Catherine & Pierre Breton

The family vineyards of Catherine & Pierre Breton have been anchored in the Loire Valley since 1886, more than five generations. The Bretons are well versed in the practices of natural viticulture, having received organic certification in 1991 and introduced biodynamic methods in 1994.…

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Champagne Maxime Blin

Maxime Blin is a fourth generation winemaker growing Pinot Noir, Pinot Meunier and Chardonnay, the three main grape varieties of Champagne, and producing Champagne on his family’s estate in Trigny. Since 2018, Maxime and his wife Claire have taken the estate down an organic path and built…

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Chasing Rabbits

Chasing rabbits is a collaborative label, made jointly by Indigo Wines and Corlea Fourie of Bosman Family Vineyards on South Africa’s Western Cape. The focus of this project is on producing high quality young Grenache fruit and creating wine with real clarity and expression of the grape using…

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Château Baby Girl

Otros Vinos founder Fernando Barry is the man bringing the finest Spanish natural wine to our shores and he’s been picking up knowledge, friends and grapes along the way. The result of his journey is his own wine label, founding Chateau Baby Girl in 2020 with his pal London hospitality star Michael…

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Château Cambon

Chateau Cambon was bought by Marcel Lapierre and Jean-Claude Chanudet back in 1995. They then did the pretty daunting job of restoring the estate- and by estate we mean a bankrupt chateau in disrepair. It’s now a working winery and vineyard, no small feat by any stretch of the imagination. The…

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Château Le Roc

The 38 hectare estate was first taken on back in 1981. By Jean-Luc Ribes who was later joined by his brother Frederic and then Pierre & Kathy. Now the next generation, Grégoire & Anne are stepping up and taking over the winery. Château Le Roc estate is in Côtes du Frontonnais, the wine…

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Château Saint Cyrgues

Château Saint Cyrgues is based in the village of Saint-Gilles near Nîmes in the Cotes-du-Rhone where father-son team Jean-Pierre Lefaud and Loic who have carried out their making and growing according to strictly organic principle since they took over the estate in 2015. Rich in history, the winery…

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Ciello

You could easily believe that the blood of the dynamic Vesco family actually runs red with wine. Since acquiring their vineyards (which sit high in the Alcamo Hills of Sicily) in the 1990s, they have revolutionised the viticulture practices, implementing organic methods and heavily investing in…

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Costador Wines

Joan Franquet's Costador Wines operates from plots on a singular mountain in Catalunya using biodynamic vineyards of indigenous grapes. The majority of the vines range in age between 60 to 110 years, spanning multiple terroirs at high altitude. Not only does Joan have the usual struggles of…

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Davenport

In 1991, while simultaneously working for a vineyard in Hampshire, Will Davenport planted 5 acres of vines at Horsmonden in Kent. Not that he knew it then, but this was the beginning of a life-long business as a wine producer. A keen advocate of organic farming, Davenport converted all the vines…

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Delinquente Wine Co.

Rule breaking and boundary pushing is in the name for Greg Grigoriou's Delinquente Wine Co. Delinquente makes small batch, minimal intervention wines with Southern Italian grape varieties organically grown in their native Riverland, South Australia. In flavour and personality, their super fun…

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Domaine Jeandauge

Sébastien Fézas took over Domaine Jeandauge, that had been in his family for generations, back in 2012 and immediately set to work converting the once traditionally farmed estate to incorporate organic methods. Although still strongly influenced by the Gascogne tradition, he has introduced…

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Doom Juice

Founded in Sydney by Sebastian Keys and Zachary Godbolt, Doom Juice and its moniker 'made in hell', have become a cult brand as a key part of the ridiculously cool Aussie natural wine scene. Their big party vibes wines took off in 2020 just as COVID was kicking off, but their smashable wines…

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Fattoria Di Vaira

The team at Fattoria di Vaira are champions of biodiversity and polyculture. For several years, the entire estate (which is one of the largest biodynamic farms in Italy with a mammoth 500 hectares) has been farmed according to strict biodynamic principles, which has worked wonders for the health of…

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FIN Wines

FIN Wines are the epitome of fun, up-and-coming winemakers. Based in Victoria, Australia, the collective was founded in 2020 by JonJo McEvoy, Oliver Johns, and Angus Hean with an output focused on drinkability and "minimal faffing". Since inheriting the 10 acres of vines they call the 'finyard' in…

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Gentle Folk

Gentle Folk biodynamically farms five sites eight hectares of vines in the Basket Range in South Australia's Adelaide Hills where they grow between September and April, while also maintaining great relationships and purchasing from other growers in the region. Founders Gareth and Rainbo Belton, a…

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Germán R. Blanco (Lively Wines)

Young Spanish winemaker Germán Blanco's projects are based in small villages across several of Northern Spain's most famous wine regions; Ribera del Duero, Bierzo and Rioja, and grouped under the umbrella Lively WInes. With Quinta Milù and Casa Aurora, Blanco sought to tell the stories of their…

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Gonzalo Grijalba

Wii Gonzalo Grijalba, the maker of Gran Cerdo, has dedicated their wines to the bank executives who refused to offer them loans on the basis that wine is not a seizable asset. Their hope is that those “greasy and sweaty corporate suits” (represented by the money eating pigs on the label) will…

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Hervé Villemade

Hervé Villemade comes from brother-sister duo Hervé and Isabelle whose family have farmed in Cheverny in the Loire Valley since the 1930s. After trying natural wine in the late 1990s Hervé decided to embark on this non-interventionist path and the pair began converting the domaine to organic.…

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Jean-Claude Lapalu

Jean Claude Lapalu’s wines have earned him a reputation as one of the best natural winemakers in Beaujolais. His family had also cultivated vines, but largely sold their grapes to co-operative makers, where Jean-Claude has focused his attention on viniculture. With around 12 hectares of non…

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Judith Beck

Judith Beck is a true force of nature with a reputation for producing quality, affordable wines without compromising the health and sustainability of her vineyards. Her family run estate, situated in Burgenland, Austria, has been farmed in accordance with biodynamic principles since 2007 with the…

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Le Bon Côté (Ben Henshaw and Domaine des Lauriers)

Le Bon Côté (The Bright Side) is a side project of Domaine des Lauriers and Indigo Wines founder Ben Henshaw, born from a mutual desire to showcase Languedoc Wines with sustainability and accessibility at its forefront. The Domaine is Terra Vitis certified, a regulation designed to maintain long…

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Les Caves de Pyrene and Luca Hodgkinson

The La Patagua and La Cueva wines were born of a collaboration between importer, distributor and retailer of wines Les Caves de Pyrene and winemaker Luca Hodgkinson. The aim of their project is to produce excellent value, natural wines that faithfully reflect the place they come from. Both parties…

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Les Hautes Terres

Les Hautes Terres, run by Geneviève and Gilles Azam, is an idyllic estate nestled on the slopes of the Aude Valley. The couple have been slowly building the domain over the past 20 years, and they take pride in their deep knowledge and understanding of the land. The estate sits at high altitude…

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Lo-Fi Wine

Santa Barbara based Lo-Fi Wine take inspiration from music in their natural winemaking philosophy. Lifelong friends Mike and Craig, the brains behind the partnership, say: 'Wine is like life and music. Both are filled with resonance, distortion, simplicity, modesty and intimacy''. Nothing is added…

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Marcio Lopes

After studying as an engineer, Márcio Lopes turned to winemaking; first as understudy to Vinho Verde master Anselmo Mendes and then learning more about cool climate Australian viticulture in Rutherglen and Tasmania. The Portuguese grower returned to native soil in 2010 and has since established…

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Martin and Anna Arndorfer

From their home in Austria Kamptal region, Martin and Anna Arndorfer have made it their mission to produce wines that unite origin and passion, that have a strong sense of place and personality, focusing on Austrian grapes like Riesling and Grüner Veltliner. To them, their wine is the best…

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Marto

Despite having only produced his first independant vintage in 2016, Martin Wörner (better known as Marto) is already one of Germany's most in-demand natural wine producers. The 27-year-old is fully invested in natural processes, and works all 5 hectares of his family vineyard in Flonheim…

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Mas De Daumas Gassac, Famille Guibert

Technically farming with conventional methods, but each and every harvest is completed by hand and it shows in the wines they produce. Respect is the key, underpinning element of the philosophy at Mas De Daumas Gassac. Respect for the environment, respect for the complexity of the wines, respect…

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Matthias Warnung

Matthias Warnung produces really interesting wines from his 10 hectares of organically tended vines in the Kamptal region of Austria. He took over the winery from his father in 2010 having spent time working with other natural winemakers such as Craig Hawkins (the famed South African behind…

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Mosse Vins

Family run Mosse Vins have been perfecting their method of organic farming since 1999. The Loire Valley estate in Saint-Lambert-du-Lattay managed by Agnès and René Mosse's and now their sons Sylvestre and Joseph, produces wine on the banks of the Layon river where they benefit from the noble rot…

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Mother Rock

Mother Rock is a collaboration between South African winemaker Johan Meyer and Ben Henshaw, founder of importer and distributor Indigo Wines. For this new project focused on providing artisanal yet accessible South African wines, Meyer has sourced quality grapes from some of the best growers around…

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Ovum Wines

John and Ksenija House, the husband and wife team behind Ovum Wines, are committed to producing Riesling, Gewurztraminer and Muscat grapes from single sites in Oregon and Washington. The name Ovum is a reference to the natural shape of eggs, as well as speaking to the life cycle of wine from grape…

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Pago de Tharsys

Pago de Tharsys is a 12-hectare estate based at Requena, just inland from Valencia on Spain's eastern coast. Founded in 1999 by Vicente García, considered by some “the Godfather of Valencian Cava". The vineyards are located on a plateau 650 metres above sea level and are planted in poor sandy…

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Passione Natura

Passione Natura was born from the passion shared by Leonardo Pizzolo and Davide Quintili for natural winemaking. Together they offer years of experience in organic and biodynamic farming, and the production of high quality grapes and wines. Passione Natura wines are made from grapes grown by a…

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Patrice Beguet

Patrice Beguet left a hectic life working as an IT consultant in Paris to return to Jura, where he was born, and pursue his dream of making natural wine. Having taken the Wine Diploma at Beaune, he acquired 4 hectares of vines in his home village of Mesnay and quickly got to work implementing…

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Pépin

Brothers Jean and Pierre Dietrich of the historic Domaine Achillée, have collaborated with fellow Alsatian winemakers Xavier Couturier and Pierre Sanchez of Duo Oenologie, to create Pépin. The label blends the best biodynamic grapes from their farms and beyond, working with 15 independent growers…

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Quinta Do Ermizio

While Quinta Do Ermizio has been operating for generations in Northern Portugal, it came to global attention for its work with London based wine institution Noble Rot that produced "natty" celebrity Chin Chin Vinho Verde. Noble Rot founders Dan Keeling and Mark Andrew’s intensive approach to…

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Radford Dale

Founded in 1998, the South African brand Radford Dale is the brainchild of Alex Dale, a Brit, and Ben Radford, an Aussie, who have many years of winemaking experience between them. They set up the brand with the sole intention of producing high-quality wines from vineyards spread across the Western…

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Rafael Cambro

Valencia based Rafael Cambro was born into winemaking, his family own one of Spain’s most renowned nurseries. His own vineyard operates with minimal intervention, and his making emphasises the human relationship with nature and, having inherited many of his vines, creating a legacy in the soil and…

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Ramón Jané Viticultor

After 10 years of success with his collaborative venture Mas Candi, Ramón Jané began bottling under his own name in 2016, producing joyful wines from his family’s low-yield vines in Catalunya. Where previously this produce would be sold to large-scale cava producers, Jané now makes natural…

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Renegade Urban Winery

“Breaking The Rules - One Bottle At A Time”. The tagline of Renegade Winery is a battlecry for all those unsatisfied with the mainstream wine industry. Based in Bethnal Green, East London, they do not grow grapes but purchase small parcels of specially selected, top quality fruit from around the UK…

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Ruth Lewandowski

Ruth Lewandowski Wines is a project begun in Utah by Evan Lewandowski and named for the Old Testament book of Ruth, taking its lessons of the regeneration of life from organic matter. While Lewandowski has grand ambitions to farm in his native state, for now grapes are farmed across 6 farms and…

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Shop Cuvée

Shop Cuvée are a bit of COVID phoenix. Forced to close their community fave restaurant Top Cuvée, co-founders Brodie Meah and Max Venning pivoted to the online, launching Shop Cuvée to share their favourite food suppliers and natural wines with the people at home, nationwide. The success of their…

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Still Life Wine

Still Life Wine is run by Ashleigh Barrowman and Dan Gillett. Ash is a qualified winemaker, with years of experience across New Zealand, Australia, France and Italy, and Dan is the founder of Wine Diamonds New Zealand, a distributor of natural and organic wines. Still Life wines are always from…

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Testalonga

Started by Craig and Carla Hawkins in 2008, South African brand Testalonga strives to produce wine from grapes and nothing else. Their wines are made as naturally and with as little intervention as possible from grapes grown on various small, organic vineyard sites in the Swartland region. Organic…

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Tillingham

Tillingham is based near Rye on 70 acres of rolling East Sussex hills. Progressive and but rooted in ancient traditions champions a biodynamic way of farming that is grounded in sustainability. The project, founded by farmer and winemaker Ben Walgate and begun in 2017, makes use of the diverse…

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Tim Wildman

British born Tim Wildman became a Master of Wine in 2008. He started his own project, Wildman Wine, in 2014 becoming a pioneer of the pétillant natural style in Australia working with Mediterranean grape varieties in the Adelaide Hills. Cult classics Astro Bunny and Piggy Pop whose juicy colours…

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Traverse Wines

In 2020 Jonty and his business partner, Luke Cockerill, were working at Tillingham. Having had quite a lot of sourdough pizza experience, Jonty helped Ben set up their outdoor wood fired pizza operations and Luke was the sous chef at the Tillingham restaurant. Jonty has had some notable wine…

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Valli Unite

In 1981, three Italian farmers tired of conventional, chemically-based farming joined forces to create Valli Unite (‘United Valley’). The cooperative operates across a whopping 100 hectares which includes land used for cereals, veggies, woodland, and pasture - not to mention the vineyards! They…

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Vigneti Tardis

Created in the summer of 2017 by London sommelier Jack Lewens and Italian winemaker Bruno De Conciliis, Vigneti Tardis strives to produce organic wines as naturally as possible. Lewens (who co-owns Shoreditch’s Michelin starred Leroy) did his first harvest with De Conciliis in 2007 and has been…

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Vignoble du RAB

Vignoble du RAB is the fruit of Nicholas Gonnin and his family’s 5 hectares in the Loire Valley. Founded in 2020, RAB’s name says a lot about its winemaking ethos: Raisin À Boire- grapes for drinking. A newbie on the wine scene and a former train driver, Gonnin trained just outside Paris before…

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Vina Zorzal

The northern Spanish winery is run by the three Sanz brothers and concentrates on local Navarran varietals with a focus on Garnacha and low volume bush-vine vineyards. These vineyards have a focus on sustainable, manual viticulture that aims to bring out the distinct bright qualities of the…

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Vinícola Corellana

Xabi and Iñaki Sanz are the same brothers behind Viña Zorzal, producing incredible wines with the help of their pal Rafael Reverte, using native Navarran grapes oldest including some of the oldest garnacha bush vines in the region. The Basque Country estate was first founded in 1989 by their…

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Vinyes Tortuga

Vinyes Tortuga is the fruit of Dido and Jurriaan, a Dutch couple who have travelled the world making and researching wine before settling in the Catalan region of Alt-Empordà where they live amongst the vines in their self sufficient home and winery. After working for all sorts of wineries, they…

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Wildmakers (Luca Hodgkinson and Jose Miguel Sotomayor)

Wildmakers was born out of the friendship between José Miguel Sotomayor and Luca Hodgkinson, two super experienced winemakers with a shared love and fascination for the vine. Unsatisfied with the status quo of winemaking, the pair decided to go back to basics, leaving chemicals and mass production…

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Xavier Goodridge

Jumping Juice is a project from Australia's Xavier Goodridge together with longtime friend Patrick Sullivan, both Victorian natural winemakers. While the pair manage their own individual smallholdings, with Jumping Juice they had free rein to source the best fruit from across the nation to create a…

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