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Our goal is to revolutionise the perception of Italian wines by introducing high quality, single estate wines to the UK market.

Comments on the WINETRADERS 20/20 TASTING:

“remarkable purity in all these wines” – Steven Spurrier 

“it goes without saying that everything was good” – Stuart George



Discover Winetraders' Italian Wine Regions Single estate wines from Piemonte Single estate wines from Liguria Single estate wines from Veneto Single estate wines from Emilia Romagna Single estate wines from Toscana Single estate wines from Marche Single estate wines from Abruzzo Single estate wines from Molise Single estate wines from Campania Single estate wines from Basilicata Single estate wines from Puglia Single estate wines from Calabria Single estate wines from Sicilia Single estate wines from Sardegna

Tweets From Winetraders

Essential Magazine Covers Palacio Fefiñanes

"Palacio Fefiñanes is a veritable institution, for not only was it the first winery to bottle Albariño way back in 1928, but it is a remnant of one of Spain's oldest marquisates." Read more here...

Michael Cooper Reviews Bellbird Springs

Award winning wine writer and critic Michael Cooper has recently scored the range of wine produced by Guy Porter at Bellbird Springs. Read more here...

Winetraders Lists Its First Champagne!

Hold the front page! We’ve taken on a Champagne. Read more here...

Sting: "I make good wines as revenge"

Musician Sting and film producer wife bought the Il Palagio estate in Tuscany in 1999 and retained the winemaking team.

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Monica Larner Reviews I Pastini

"I spent a lot of time contemplating this wine because it represents a more subdued and elegant expression of the Minutolo grape. Read more here...

Massa's Timorasso At Osteria Francescana

Walter Massa's Timorasso is one of Beppe Palmieri's top wines at Osteria Francescana.

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"Piedmont’s Damilano Family Takes Its Time Making Great Barolo Wines"

The Huffington Post feature our newest Barolo producer.

"I wouldn’t call it a raging debate, but in Italy’s Piedmont region there are two schools of thought as to how to make one of its two most famous wines, Barolo, made from the Nebbiolo grape..."Read the Huffington Post article here