very special wines from our friends to you
The wines we bring to the U.S. are as unique and special as the people and families who produce them. Our portfolio is purposely small and focused, the commitment of these producers to their wines is absolute.
Basa-Lore is one of the oldest Txakoli wineries in the Spanish-Basque region,
harvesting the best quality since 1930, for 4 generations. Located in
Getaria-Zarautz, next to the Atlantic Ocean in North-East Spain. Produced only
with the indigenous local grapes- Hondarrabi Zuri and Hondarrabi Beltza. The
wines from Basa-Lore have a touch of salinity , on 10 acres of north
HIRUZTA is not only a winery… it is a philosophy of life.
The name of the winery itself encompasses the very heart of our project.
HIRUren UZTA, A THREE-PERSON HARVEST. The brainchild of a father and his two sons, Asensio, Txarli and Angel Rekalde. Our passion and love of the world of wine was what inspired us to create our own txakoli wineries in one of the most beautiful locations in the Basque Country: Hondarribia. What was once a shared dream is now a reality.
Beginning in 1980 by the Uribes-Madero family, Pago Calzadilla is a small bodega located near Cuenca, south-east of Madrid. They produce wines of high distinction from 49 acres. Calzadilla is a Pago, and the only bodega in the DO Pago Calzadilla.
At the westernmost end of the Celtic Atlantic corridor, in the lands of Galicia, José Chaves Chaves founded the CHAVES winery in 1955, with the same name for its wines. From parents to children, continuity was guaranteed, and the generational shift boosted the dream first, bringing vigor and drive to an increasingly stimulating and dynamic project. Val do Salnes.
They actively assisted in the creation of the renowned Rías Baixas Designation of Origin, proud to be listed as the 2nd winery registered in the D.O. of Rias Baixas.
Our Portfolio of Chaves
Ribera del Duero
Marques de Velilla
Established in 1985 by the Segovian family. The year of 1989 brought the purchase of the Monte Villalobón estate outside the small village of La Horra in central Ribera del Duero and in 1996 the move to the Estate became permanent. 370 acres with 9 distinctive terroirs make up Marques de Velilla.