Alfred Gratien

In 1864, 23-year-old Alfred Gratien turned a small plot of land near Saumur into the cornerstone of the Alfred Gratien winery. An old tunnel left over from limestone quarrying served as the wine cellar for his young business venture. Gratien started growing vines along the Loire and at the same time opened a second “compagnie” 320 km away in Champagne. Superior champagnes from Alfred Gratien have been produced in Epernay since 1864. These exceptional champagnes are produced each year from the best cuvées of Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier grapes, which have remained true to their tradition.

Blaxland Winery

Blaxland and its associated companies have been an integral part of the Australian wine industry for over 10 years. They have developed, and are currently managing, many vineyards with over 1,800 hectares in numerous viticultural zones around Australia.

Bodegas Paniza

Bodegas Paniza is based in Paniza within Cariñena and specialises in the production of aged Crianza, Reserva, and Gran Reserva wines. Paniza has 2500 hectares of vineyards located at the foot of the Sistema Ibérico. These are the highest vineyards in the area at 850 metres above sea level. It was recently voted the best winery in Aragon and enjoys a BRC accreditation.

Casa Vinicola Botter

Since its foundation in 1928, Botter offers quality of products and a variety and service. Flexibility, dynamism, and innovation have under-pinned its success in over 40 different markets.

Cavas Hill

Since 1887, in the town of Moja in the Alt Penedés region of Spain, Cavas Hill has been producing one of Catalonia’s most famous specialities using traditional methods. The select products from Cavas Hill include Cavas Hill 1887 Brut, Cavas Hill 1887 Semi Seco, and Cavas Hill 1887 Rosado. These wines are made from the premium white grape varieties Xarel.lo, Macabeo, and Parellada, as well as the red grapes Grenache and Mouvèdre.

Cramele Recas

From a standing start in 2000 Cramele Recas has established itself as one of Eastern Europe’s most impressive wineries turning over €20m. Their 960 hectares harbour 19 grape varieties including traditional styles such as Pinot Noir and Sauvignon Blanc as well as lesser known varietals such as Feteasca Regala. The winery has a capacity of 12m litres, created in a state-of-the-art production facility.


Creation was founded in 2002 by Jean-Claude and Carolyn on the Hemel-en-Aarde Ridge. Jean-Claude’s experience of making wine in Switzerland translated perfectly to the Hemel-en-Aarde Ridge where the cool climate lends itself to producing high quality international varietals. Creation were the first winery in area to produce a Bordeaux blend, single varietal Viognier and grow Grenache vines.


Deinhard’s home lies in the unique, cultural landscape of the Mosel valley and the Mittelrhein. The winery boasts over 200 years of experience in crafting the finest wines and best sparkling wines. While the Deinhard brand is mainly known for its range of sparkling wines in the German domestic market, its reputation in world markets is based primarily on its overall range of wines.


Prosecco epitomises the cool Italian lifestyle and Follador is undoubtedly one of the finest examples of this. Authentic Prosecco Superiore D.O.C.G. comes from North-east Italy, originating in the small areas of Conegliano and Valdobbiadene, where the climate, soil and working practices combine to produce the finest Prosecco. Follador’s vines are nestled at the centre of the Conegliano and Valdobbiadene regions where tradition is at the heart of the production process. Since 1769 to this day the grape harvest is done exclusively by hand in this family-owned and run vineyard. Their attention to the smallest detail produces a wine of exceptional quality.

Henkell & Co

Adam Henkell founded a wine merchant in Mainz in 1832 and laid the foundations for today’s company, Henkell & Co. His grandson Otto Henkell achieved a breakthrough on the national and international markets with the creation of the Henkell Trocken brand at the end of the 19th Century. For decades now this timeless classic has been Germany’s best known sparkling wine brand and enjoys an excellent reputation worldwide.

G. H. von Mumm

The estate G.H. von Mumm has commited itself to the cultivation of traditional grape varieties and the production of high-quality, authentic, individualistic wines with regional character. The estate’s vineyard area comprises 65 hectares (161 acres) in 16 individual sites in the villages of Assmannshausen, Rüdesheim, Geisenheim, Johannisberg, and Winkel. In 2012 the traditional wine estate G.H. von Mumm became a member of the Association of German Quality and Prädikat Wine Estate (VDP = Verband Deutscher Prädikatsweingüter e. V.). The VDP, the world’s oldest association of wine estates, has been committed to the correlation of producer, site, and quality - a trinity that has helped set high standards in German wine culture. Today, it comprises aaround 200 individualistic vintners who share a deep commitment to tradition and quality.

Groupe Val d'Orbieu

Val D’Orbieu are based in Narbonne in the Languedoc Roussillon and own 17,000 hectares of vineyards. They are Frances’ premiere cooperative, producer and single vineyard holder. They have two major listings with leading Multiple Retailers and are a supplier to the Independent Off-Trade.



For 125 years Mionetto in Valdobbiadene has been writing the history of Prosecco, interpreting this outstanding local wine and telling the world about it. Ever since it was founded in 1887, the winery has been considered modern and innovative, due to its ability to anticipate trends whilst maintaining a strong bond with the traditions of its homeland.

South Africa - Overhex Wines International - Western Cape

Based in the beautiful Breede River Valley, Overhex was established in 2005 and is now at the forefront of the South African wine industry.

Their success has been driven by a clear commitment to develop a brand portfolio in response to consumer demand. 


Peter Mertes

The Peter Mertes winery has been run as a family business since its formation in 1924. With more than 300 employees, it operates worldwide in the wine business from its headquarters in Bernkastel-Kues.

The Wine Group

Established in 1981, The Wine Group (TWG) is the world’s third-largest wine producer by volume. TWG is a privately-held, management-owned company with a portfolio of leading brands. Its vision is to thrive as the wine and spirits industry’s most admired organisation whilst delighting consumers with unbeatable brand value and continuous innovation.


Hungary’s largest producer of sparkling wines is located in the heart of the country’s wine-growing region around Etyek. Törley, François, and Hungaria are among the country’s best-known producers of sparkling wine and occupy over 820 hectares of land where the very best grapes are used in their sparkling wines. The country’s most traditional name in the business is Törley. Founder József Törley learned how to make champagne in Reims in France, and in 1882, he opened his own winery and hired experienced French cellarer Louis François to help him. Törley’s exquisite sparkling wines with French characteristics soon became tremendously popular.

Turn Key Wine Brands

This family-owned business specialises in offering market-ready, private-label wine brands. Turn Key owns and partners vineyards in the Central Coast and California.


Innovative, dynamic and creative are three words that best sum up Vintae, one of our newest agencies from Spain. Their commitment to pioneering new regions and developing non-traditional varieties in Spain has earned them a cult following in Spain, which we believe has the potential to be a huge success the UK. Vintae’s main winery, Bodega Classica, is located in San Vicente de la Sonsierra high up in Rioja Alta. Their second winery Castillo de Maetierra, located just outside Calahorra, has been designed purely for the production of white wines and is the only one of its kind in Rioja.
Traditional red varieties such as Tempranillo, Garnacha, Tinto Fino and Graciano are joined by Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay, Viognier, Gewurztraminer, Riesling and Muscat.
Their diverse portfolio includes brands such as Matsu, Proyecto Garnachas de Espana, Winery Arts, Spanish White Guerrilla and Libalis from regions as diverse as Toro, Ribera del Queiles and VdlT Valles de Sadacia.


Lisa McGuigan Wines - Australia

From January 2015 Copestick Murray will represent Lisa McGuigan Wines in the UK a Europe. Lisa is a real character and someone who will help reinvigorate a rather dull category. Her wines are spectacular and Lisa herself will make as many headlines as her wonderful wines.

Black Cottage - Marlborough, New Zealand

In 2014 Copestick Murray signed a deal with Black Cottage. A brainchild of winemaker and entrepreneur Dave Clouston, Black Cottage make beautifully balanced and stylish wines. Sauvignon Blanc, Pinot Noir and Rose are their forte. They already have national off trade distribution as well as some excellent on trade listings. This brand is one to watch.