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Our suppliers

Here's a list of our suppliers, with hyperlinks where possible and reasonably reliable. Please let me know if you'd like any more information. There are of course ways this list could be made more useful - but I wanted to make a start.
UPDATE I was making some, er, improvements and lost all the hyperlinks. So please don't tell me to put them in - I know about that at least...


ARGENTINA
Speri Argentina

FRANCE
Mas Amiel
Domaine Aonghusa
Ampelidae
Mas des Bressades
Corpel
Cascastel
Côte de l'Ange
Cave de Cairanne
Domaine Champeau
André Clouet
Chanoine Frères
Louis Chenu Père et Filles
Eric Chevalier, Domaine de l'Aujardière
Depoivre
Maison Fleurie
Champagne Fleury
Gautherin et Fils
Godet, Domaine de Marcé
Château Jouclary
La Grange Tiphaine
Lalande
Domaine de Longueroche
Domaine de Laballe
Meyer
Montirius
Vignobles Montfreux de Fages
Pierlot Fils
Rimbert
Château de Rozier
Domaine de la Rossignole
Domaine Reine Juliette
Wilfrid Rousse
Triguedina
Jean Louis Trocard
Vallois
Château La Villatade

ITALY
Casale
Pavia
Ca'Vendramin SRL
Colli Euganei s.c.a.r.l.
Az.Agr.Icardi
Borgo Maragliano
Frazzitta
Erik Banti
Accademia dei Racemi

BEER
iKiBeerBV

NEW ZEALAND
Brightwater Vineyards Ltd

SPAIN
San Marcos de Almendralejo Cooperativa
Mas Codina
Bodegas Altanza SA
Bodegas Pingón
Agricola Castellana SCL
Bodega Hermanos del Villar S.L.
Bodegas y Viñedos Tamaral S.L.
Alta Alella SL
Parxet S.A.
Agro de Bazan SA

SOUTH AFRICA
Goedverwacht

CHILE
La Fortuna

2 thoughts on “Our suppliers”

  • Ashley

    Do you know if their are vineyards in Ireland, possibly near Dublin who deal with selling vino sfuso?

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  • Julian

    Hello Ashley,

    I think that's wishful thinking! There are one or two people growing vines in Ireland, so far as I know yielding not very much wine and not very reliably. I doubt they'd be in a position to let you fill your own bottles... but perhaps the internet knows better.

    We've looked at bringing in bag-in-box wines, because some of our favourite suppliers do offer these, for good quality wines too - but the associations of bag-in-box in Ireland are not always with quality, and so far we've decided against it.

    I think vino sfuso will probably remain a pleasure of trips abroad for the time being.

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