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Brands we represent exclusively for India / South Asia

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Barefoot, Australia.

With a mission to introduce new friends to wines that are fun, flavourful and approachable, Barefoot always brings something better to the table.
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Barton & Guestier, France.

With almost 3 centuries of experience, Barton & Guestier is present in over 130 countries, on 5 continents.
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Black Tower, Germany.

Black Tower is the No.1 wine brand from Germany. Since its introduction the brand has become an icon.
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Born West, USA.

The choicest wines from California with an elegant mouth feel and a long finish which takes you deep into western valley.
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Bush Ballad, Australia.

Intense wines from South Eastern Australia, which ignite a passionate ballad of emotions in every sip.

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Carpene Malvolti, Italy.

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Passion and tradition, research and innovation, handed down from father to son for over 145 years. This is Carpené Malvolti.

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Camille de Labrie, France.

French wines that want to share with you

their conviviality and working philosophy.

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Casillero del Diablo, Chile.

The flagship brand of the Concha y Toro portfolio, Casillero del Diablo continues the wine making tradition.

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Castello di Bossi, Italy.

Despite a history dating back 1100 years, Castello di Bossi never shies from technological innovation.

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Chateau de Fontenille, France.

Located in the Entre-Deux-Mers region of Bordeaux, the vineyards of Chateau de Fontenille have a history dating back to the 13th century. 

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Domaines Barons De Rothschild Lafite, France.

From the owners of Chateau Lafite Rothschild these affordable wines offer a unique guided tour of the best of Bordeaux.

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Donnafugata, Italy.

Leading light of Sicilian wine, Donnafugata has forged a powerful international reputation, crafting exciting wines.

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Frontera, Chile.

Frontera's award-winning wines strike the perfect balance between reliable quality and fantastic value.

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Freixenet, Spain.

Founded in 1861, today Freixenet is the leading producer of Spanish sparkling wines.

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Framingham, New Zealand.

Framingham makes a range of expressive and individual wines in limited quantities.

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Golden Sparrow, Italy.

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From the heart of Emilia-Romagna and Veneto, known colloquially as Italy's ’stomach’, come these classic Italian every-day wines.

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Los Vascos, Chile.

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The Los Vascos estate is justly renowned for creating wines of terrific Rothschild quality, at affordable prices.

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Freixenet Mia, Spain.

Freixenet Mia is the spirit and fire of a young winemaker, the richness of Spain's grape heritage, and the color and excitement of Barcelona.

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Mateus, Portugal.

Mateus is a global brand, recognised and loved in the farthest corners of the world, appealing to different tastes.

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Albert Bichot, France.

Founded in 1931, Bichot is a byword for excellence as a buyer of quality grapes (negociant).
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Marques de Casa Concha, Chile.

Marques de Casa Concha is an exquisite range of wines from the Concha y Toro's best vineyards in Chile's most renowned denominations of origin. 

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Nederburg, South Africa.

Nederburg has pioneered many vineyard and winery methods and techniques still widely used today in the broader wine world.

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Nicolas Feuillatte, France.

This terrific ‘Grand Marque’ is today the favorite Champagne of the French themselves.

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Renieri, Italy.

The wines of Montalcino - mighty Brunello, and younger Rosso - are amongst the world's most sought after wines.

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Nobody's Hero, New Zealand.

These wines from New Zealand are a salute to the rebels, the radicals, the offbeat and the underground, and to those that celebrate their individuality and are brave enough to express it. 

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Riunite, Italy.

Riunite is most closely identified with the Lambrusco grape, a variety native to central Italy.

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Solar Viejo, Spain.

In the heart of the Rioja Alavesa, Solar Viejo combines tradition with new technologies to create classic Rioja wines with unique personality.

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Two Oceans, South Africa.

Two Oceans wines offer great value, and exceptional South African character and quality.

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Wolf Blass, Australia.

Wolf Blass are internationally famed for their dense Barossa Shiraz and smooth Chardonnays.

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Zonin, Italy.

The Zonin family currently operates Italy's largest privately owned vineyard and winemaking operation.

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