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.  
Pago Calzadilla
pago Calzadilla 

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.
Ribera del Gállego-Cinco Villas
The Tenia family has had a long history of farming around the town of Ejea de los CaballerosIn 1999, vines were planted on perfect Garnacha plots with a stunning view of the Pyrenees.  2003 was the first year of business. Located in the Cinco Villas area of Ribera del Gállego (VDLT).

Our  Portfolio  of  Ejeanas

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.

Our portfolio of Marques de Velilla

Bodega Carlos Moro
Created in 2014 in the province of San Vicente de la Sonsierra, in the very heart of Rioja Alta, this winery is set apart by the passion of one man and his many talents as a farmer, grower and maker of wines: this man is Carlos Moro. Extending underground to impressive depths, this winery sets out with the aim of setting the standards in wine-making, in a region in which the hallmarks required to become a benchmark are excellence and quality.
Ribera del Duero
Bodega Matarromera
Bodega Matarromera is rooted in Valbuena de Duero, birthplace of Tempranillo in the Ribera del Duero. Founded in 1988 on the flank of hill that faces the midday sun, the serene Douro River can be seen from the winery itself. This welcoming winery is the perfect place to produce aged wines. The conditions in its semi-buried warehouses are perfect for creating wines where the balance between the oak and the Tempranillo grape takes the limelight. The first Bodega Matarromera vintage won the Gold Medal at the International Wine Competition. This was an incredible starting point for a story replete with success.
Bodega el Transito
At the end of the 19th century Pietro Marini left his native town, Rosciolo, Italy,  to begin his path towards  a better future in Argentina.  He settled down in Cafayate, land of grapevines and good sun.  Two of his children, Benjamin Andres and Pedro Moises, followed in his footsteps.  They produce truly wines of character.         Family owned, and operated by Andres Nanni.