Casa de Uco

Casa de Uco is somewhat of an atypical Rosforth winery. A fairly large estate in Argentina with the winemaker, Italian Alberto Antonini, being more of a wine consultant/oenologist who makes wine at many different wineries all over the world. Nonetheless, this 20ha organically run domaine have managed to stay true to their land and soil, and they are making clean, juicy and well structured wines at an affordable price. Organic here means no chemical in the vineyard and fertilizing only with their own organic compost!

Si Vintners

Since 2006, Iwo and Sarah have been making wine in Western Australia. In the beginning it was just a few barrels worth, but they now farm and make wine from 12 hectares of land. For them, it's all about natural farming. All about the grapes being able to express the land from whence they came, which is why they have focussed on organic and biodynamic farming from the get go.

Cosse Maisonneuve

Domaine Cosse Masionneuve is a marriage made in Côt-heaven. Seasoned vignerons Matthieu Cosse and Catherine Maisonneuve joined forces in 1999 to establish their 5 ha domaine, today close to 15 ha in Lacapelle-Cabanac near Cahors. In most of their wines, Côt is blended with a small percentage of Merlot to soften the wine and be good for drinking in its youth. Biodynamic methods were adopted from the start, before the release of their first cuvée Les Laquets. Catherine and Mattieu now seperate their parcels and vinify them all according to their respective terroirs.