Cà del Vent
Flavio and Antonio began Ca del Vent in a garage in 1994.
The winery is ultra-modern but dedicated to old-fashioned winemaking techniques, with wines processed using gravity and pumps rarely used.
The vines are entirely surrounded by forest, meaning they can be farmed truly biodynamically without any interference from the periphery.
Domaine des Marnes Blanches
Organic from the outset, these 10 hectares boast vines of up to 100 years old, growing on white marl soil for which the Domaine is named.
Fattorie Romeo del Castello
The Vigo family have lived in their house in Allegracore for over 100 years.
The family are most famous for their legendary Nosiola Vino Santo.
Azienda Agricola Guccione has a very interesting past, most recently revolving around a brotherly fall-out.
Hauts-Baigneux & Les Tètes
Nicolas and Philippe purchased the Hauts-Baigneux estate In Azay-le-Rideau, just east of the much more famous Chinon, in 2012.
Il Colle was begun in 1972 by Alberto Carli, assisted by Giulio Gambelli, the maestro behind Poggio di Sotto, Montevertine and Soldera
Ismael Gozalo is most famous as winemaker and winegrower at Ossian in Rueda, made his unique wines from his family’s vineyards in Nieva.
Karim worked for 10 years as a vineyard-hand and winemaker for such luminaries as Guy Breton and Marcel Lapierre.
This is the epitome of small production, 2 hectares of Kékfrankos and less than half a hectare of Olaszrizling.
Three friends made an offer on a neglected and lying fallow and L’Acino was born.
La Grange de l’Oncle Charles
Jérôme, just 24 years of age, inherited his vineyards from his grandfather in 2014.
La Marca di San Michele
They moved to biodynamic viticulture and obtained organic certification under their new name La Marca di San Michele.
Lise & Bertrand Jousset
Lise and Bertrand's 11-hectare estate has vineyards ranging between 30 and 130 years of age.
The entire estate is Demeter-certified biodynamic and managed and maintained by a staff of just 30 people.
Coming from a line of commercial winemakers, young Pascal was uninterested in joining what he saw as a mechanised and homogenous industry.
This tiny estate situated in the Gorizia region of Friuli, adjacent to the Slovenian border.
Sean has an unsurpassed knowledge and understanding of the local terroir and microclimates, and a unique affinity with the Sangiovese grape.
Susanna was drawn to her father’s homeland, a hamlet outside Castellina in Chianti, inheriting the family’s olive trees and vineyards.
The vineyard was accessible only by an overgrown, forest path, and was surrounded by nature.
Tom introduced the Barossa Valley to biodynamic, low intervention, natural winemaking - total anathema at that time.