Olivier DecelleMas Amiel, in Maury, a place located in France’s Roussillon. By converting the estate to biodynamic viticulture, Decelle turned Mas Amiel into the largest and most dynamic domaine in the region. Taste Olivier's Mas Amiel Vintage Maury, 2011!
Eric Boissenotthe family property when he was just 15 years old. Taste Eric's Chateau Les Vimieres, Haut-Medoc 2009!
Jean Pierre AmoreauChâteau Le Puy – is widely regarded as the precursor to the natural wine movement. Taste Jean Pierre's Château Le Puy 2007!
Laurent TendilChampagne is a historic and extremely traditional region. So when Laurent Tendil teamed up with Stéphane Lombardi, they created something extremely rare: a new chateau in Champagne. Established in 2007, Tendil et Lombardi released their first wines in 2011 and haven’t looked back since. Taste Laurent's Tendil et Lombardi Blancs de Blanc Champagne NV!
Nicolas JolyNicolas Joly needs little introduction. After he returned to his family property, Clos de le Coulee de Serrant, in the 1970s, he decided to get rid of all the chemicals being used and instead worked in harmony with the soil. His daughter Virginie now assists him in making some of the Loire’s most striking and sought-after wines. Taste Nicholas' Savennieres Les Vieux Clos 2009!
José SanfinsChateau Chantelune, a tiny one hectare estate in the prestigious appellation of Margaux, situated on a high gravelly hilltop. Taste José's Chateau Chantelune, Margaux 2009!
Philippe PairaultBordeaux’ St Julien appellation. Created after the famous Medoc classification of 1855, there’s no doubt Les Ormes would be high up on its list were it to be redone. Taste Philippe's Château Les Ormes, St Julien 2008!
Daniel VelascoBodegas Perica, a Rioja bodega that’s putting a modern spin on the age-old traditions that have shaped their history. Most recently, they've been making waves with the innovative packaging and design of their 6Cepas6 red and white wines.