DFJ Vinhos – Portugal
José Neiva Correia is one of the most productive winemakers in Portugal. Launched over a decade ago DFJ Vinhos has reached an average annual production of six million bottles, across 40 brands and 110 different wines deriving from all mainland
De Bortoli – Australia
De Bortoli Wines is a third generation family owned wine company established in 1928. The company was ranked 6th largest wine producer in Australia in 2013, and is led by Chief Winemaker, Steve Webber and Leanne De Bortoli.
Victoria Ordonez SL – Spain
Victoria Ordóñez’s father, José María Ordóñez, pioneer in the distribution of high-end wines in Spain, began his activity in the late 1950s. Victoria is now the driving force behind the revival of Montes de Málaga wines. The bodega is bringing old
Chiara Ciavolich Azienda Agricola – Italy
Chiara Ciavolich is the owner of the century-old family business. 10 years ago she took over the mission of modernizing the winery. With 75 hectares, the young volcanic businesswoman strives to be at the forefront of technological innovation.
Il Poggio – Fratelli Fusco Viticultori – Italy
Brothers Carmine and Marco Fusco lead winemaking immersed in the green and luxuriant land of Torrecuso. The Fusco family cultivate 20 hectares of vines, each with about 2,700 plants and produce 10 types of wine.
Ferngrove – Australia
Craig Grafton – Chief Winemaker joined after roles with Pernod Ricard. Celebrating 20 years, Ferngrove Wines is one of the world’s most isolated wine estates. The remote location has fostered a pioneering spirit.