Village: Sorni di Lavis
Province: Trento
Owners:The Cobelli family
Established: 1856
Altitude: Between: 450m. a.s.l.
Soil type: Chalk, silt and clay
Vignerons: Tiziano Cobelli
Hectares under vine: 8
Viticulture: Organic, Sustainable

The Cobelli family has been growing grapes in Sorni for more than 150 years. In 2012 Eredi di Cobelli Aldo (literally the Heirs of Aldo Cobelli) brothers Devis, Tiziano and Ivano re-built the Cobelli family estate and started to produce wine in honour of their late winemaker father to become third-generation winemakers. In the vineyard, great care is taken to encourage biodiversity through organic fertilisation, inter-row tilling and grassing: reduction of mowing between the rows to promote biodiversity, and the reduction of transit with tractors to a bare minimum to reduce soil compaction. Vines are trained using the traditional vineyard structure ‘pergola semplice Trentino’. The simple Trentino pergola ensures vines are trained to maximise their exposure to heat. This is used predominantly in the production of Teroldego, one of the only red grapes able to fully ripen in this area. The temperate subalpine climate does not bring the typical harshness of Trentino Alto Adige.
The Mediterranean air created by the "Ora del Garda" (a wind prevailing from Garda) allows for mitigated temperatures in the whole valley. Thanks to the sudden temperature changes between day and night, the grapes can ripen with good aromaticity and at the same time with the right acidity. The land in which the vineyards are planted is located on a narrow vein of chalk that is a sedimentary rock that derives from the transformation by evaporation of sea salts such as rock salt, calcite and aragonite: this mineral, combined with the strong presence of silt and clay offers unique pedological conditions in Trentino ideal for producing quality wine.

LUC (ex GST)

2016 Eredi di Cobelli Aldo ‘Aldo’ Methodo Classico $70.00
2020 Eredi di Cobelli Aldo ‘Linzera’ Chardonnay $31.00
2019 Eredi di Cobelli Aldo ‘Arlevo’ Chardonnay  $38.00
2021 Eredi di Cobelli Aldo ‘Nosiol’ Nosiola  $35.00
2021 Eredi di Cobelli Aldo Schiava  $31.00
2016 Eredi di Cobelli Aldo ‘Grill’ Teroldego $42.00



Village: Combai
Province: Treviso
Owners:The Pederivo family
Established: 1956
Altitude: Between 300 and 1000m. a.s.l.
Soil type: Clay, marl and sand stone
Vignerons: The Pederivo family
Hectares under vine: 7.5
Viticulture: Organic, Sustainable

Val Piana Winery in the Treviso foothills, is dedicated to making quality Prosecco true to its indigenous heritage. The vineyard is nestled on the terraces near the
village of Combai which lies between Conegliano and Valdobbiadene at elevations ranging between 300m and 1000m above sea level. The natural variation
between day and night temperatures along with the high altitude gives the wines classic attributes of a true prosecco.
Val Piana uses sustainable farming practices and organic fertilizers wherever possible. They like to keep their wines as close to nature as possible. The wines are Vegan friendly also.

LUC (ex GST)
NV Prosecco Dianto DOC Treviso Extra Dry, Glera      $18.00



Village: Calmasino di Bardolino
Province: Verona
Owners: Chiara and Daniele Delaini
Vigneron: Daniele Delaini
Yeast: Indigenous
Altitude: 185m a.s.l.
Soil type: Moraine
Hectares under vine: 8
Viticulture: Biodynamic

Villa Calicantus is a small winery in the heart of Bardolino Classico on the banks of Lake Garda. Chiara and Daniele Delaini work 8 hectares of vineyards
surrounded by olive trees and small woods. 2011 was their first vintage however Daniele’s Great Grandfather established the winery in 1860. After the death
of Daniele’s Grandfather in the 70s the family took a hiatus from the wine world and left Villa Calicantus as a holiday home. This unknowingly saved the
winery from the industrialisation that the appellation went through at this time turning Bardolino from an historic zone that produced soulful, light to medium
bodied wines with the potential to age, to mass-produced innocuous quaffing wine. This paved the way for Daniele and Chiara to make the conversion from
organic to biodynamic farming in 2014.

LUC (ex GST)
2018 Villa Calicantus Chiar’otto, Corvina, Rondinella, Molinara, Sangiovese $33.00 








Village: San Polo di Piave
Province: Treviso
Owners: Vittorio Carraro
Established: 1427
Vigneron: Vitorio Carraro
Yeast: Indigenous
Altitude: 450m a.s.l.
Soil type: Clay silt and sand
Hectares under vine: 25
Viticulture: Organic

Giol Is one of the oldest documented wineries in Italy dating back to 1427. Having been passed down through generations Vittorio Carraro is the current owner. The winery seeks to produce wines of the highest level of craftsmanship while following environmentally friendly practices. Giol is certified organic and vegan keeping their wines as close to nature as possible. Giol plant the extraordinary Bronner grape which is resistant to fungal diseases making it a perfect choice for minimal intervention farming.

LUC (ex GST)
2023 Giol Pinot Grigio $18.20


VIllage: Colognola ai Colli
Province: Verona
Owners: Agostino Vicentini & family
Established: 1930
Vigneron: Agostino Vicentini
Yeast: Indigenous
Altitude: 100 to 400m a.s.l.
Soil type: Volcanic, limestone
Hectares under vine: 30
Viticulture: Organic

Vicentini is a small family winery where Agostino works with his wife Teressa and their children Emanuele and Francesca. The family cellar and home is in San Zeno, an unassuming village at the mouth of the Val d‘Illarsi which has the dubious honour of nestling inside both the Soave and Valpolicella DOCs but is also outside of their respective Classico zones. This has done little to deter the family from making some of the region’s most respected wines.
Vicentini make up to 90,000 bottles a year on their three very distinct terroirs, at vineyards with two very different altitudes. The first terroir is on volcanic rock within the Valle dei Ciliegi (valley of cherries), this land is largely responsible for their Valpolicella and Soave Casale. The second is on limestone in the commune of Terrelunghe, where Garganega and Trebbiano di Soave are grown. Both of these terroirs are at relatively low altitudes, under 100m above sea level. The
Valpolicella, Piazzo di Campiano comes from one of the highest vineyards in Valpolicella, at an altitude of over 400m. The rock is limestone with thin topsoil, only local red varieties are planted.
Agostino’s father moved from Campiano to San Zeno in 1930 when starvation threatened the community. It was a time of extreme poverty when subsistence farming was nullified by failing harvests, something that sadly scarred his memories deeply. The move however ensured the future of the family. Agostino was early to bottle his own wines and was also the first to return to viticulture in Campiano; those very same hills whose fortunes have now changed, thanks to a combination of climate change and a total transformation in the way the world enjoys wine, high altitude red is now treasured.

2022 Vicentini Agostino Terre Lunghe Soave DOC, Garganega $24.00
2020 Vicentini Agostino Il Casale Soave DOCG, Garganega $35.00
2021 Vicentini Agostino Valpolicella DOC $26.00
2016 Vicentini Agostino Recioto di Soave DOCG, Garganega $48.00 Out of Stock





Village: Bionzo
Province: Asti
Owners: Andrea Scovero
Vigneron: Andrea Scovero
Yeast: Indigenous
Altitude: 170m a.s.l.
Soil type: Clay, sand and limestone
Hectares under vine: 6
Viticulture: Organic

Andrea Scovero is the 4th generation of his family to farm grapes in the hills of Costigliole d’Asti, 7 miles south of the town of Asti. The 6 hectares are situated in a natural amphitheater, ‘Ciapin’ in the local dialect, providing the ideal balance of exposure and protection for his vines. Andrea credits his grandfather with teaching him everything he knows about winemaking, and he is passionate about crafting wines made in the style of his grandparents.
Andrea is a true artisan of the wine from vineyard to cellar showing the highest attention to detail. The labels are painted by an artist friend who tries to
capture Andrea’s ideas and reflections of what is inside the bottle. He has the greatest respect for his environment and for those who drink his wines. Andrea works the land biodynamically all hand harvested with no fining or filtering or added sulphites in the cellar.

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Village: La Morra
Province: Cuneo
Established: 2006
Owners: Alberto Voerzio
Vigneron: Alberto Voerzio
Yeast: Indigenous
Altitude: Between 400 - 513m a.s.l.
Soil type: Clay and magnesium
Hectares under vine: 4
Viticulture: Organic

Young rising star Alberto Voerzio has achieved great success in his organic winery. Born in Bra in 1983 Alberto is the young cousin of Roberto and Gianni Voerzio. As a child he developed a passion for the land and love for the vineyards. This later provoked him to attend studies in enology solidifying his passion for wine and wine making. Later Alberto gained experience abroad in France and worked at a winery in La Morra. With these experiences he matured and gained a fundamental knowledge of wine making enabling him to start his own winery in 2006 in the historic cru area ‘La serra’ of La Morra .
Alberto devotes his time in the vineyards as a grower “vigneron" and follows the whole process from vineyard management to his wines final destination. Low yields, long traditional fermentations with tight temperature control and two year ageing in French oak contribute to these award winning Barolo’s. No commercial yeasts, enzymes or activators are added and only minimum amount of sulphur is used. The wines are bottled unfiltered.

LUC (ex GST)

2020 Alberto Voerzio Dolcetto  $27.80
2018 Alberto Voerzio Barbera $34.00
2020 Alberto Voerzio Nebbiolo $34.00  Out of Stock
2017 Alberto Voerzio Barolo ‘La Serra’, Nebbiolo $90.00






Village: Monforte d’Alba
Province: Alba
Established: 1988
Owners: Ghisolfi Family
Vigneron: Gianmarco Ghisolfi
Yeast: Indigenous
Altitude: Between 300m-450m a.s.l.
Soil type: White tuffaceous marl
Hectares under vine: 7
Viticulture: Sustainable

Gianmarco Ghisolfi is the fourth generation winemaker from the prestigious Barolo growing area of Monforte d’Alba. In 1988 Gianmarco took over his Family’s 7 hectares and in the same year bottled the Barolo that his family had been making and selling in bulk for the past three generations. All vineyards are located in the Visette region of Monforte known for its ideal growing conditions that include southern and south west exposure with near perfect altitudes of 350 metres above sea level that allow for day and night temperature changes that prolong the growing season creating complex aromas. There are documents dating back to the 12th century referring to the cultivation of Nebbiolo in Visette. Gianmarco uses only organic fertilizer in the vineyard and rather than herbicides he mechanically turns the soil instead. In the cellar Gianmarco uses a variety of vats for fermentation as well as different size barrels for aging. He ferments about 40 percent of his Barolos in a rotary fermenter enabling him to take the seeds out straight away resulting in softer, finer tannins.

LUC (ex GST)
2019 Attilio Ghisolfi Nebbiolo $34.00 Low
2017 Attilio Ghisolfi Barolo Bussia $85.00                                                                                2018 Attilio Ghisolfi Barolo Bricco Visette $90.00
2012 Attilio Ghisolfi Ciabot Minat Barolo $150.00





Village: Capriva del Friuli
Province: Gorizia
Established: 1925
Owners: Marco Perco
Vigneron: Marco Perco
Yeast: Indigenous
Altitude: Between 49m and 150m a.s.l.
Soil type: Lime stone, marl stone
Hectares under vine: 12
Viticulture: Organic

Marco Perco makes changes in his vineyard and cellar every year in search of vino della terra, the estate wine that will be the signature of its terroir. Each year
Marco lowers his yield, making further selections and using only selected yeasts.
The Vineyard is planted over a variety of different crus with unique microclimates and soils that give richness to the wines. The marl soil gives a mineral quality and flavour to the wines. Marco Perco uses biodynamic farming practices.

LUC (ex GST)
2013 Roncus Vecchie Vigne, Malvasia, Friulano, Ribolla Gialla     $76.00





Village: Premariacco
Province: Udine
Established: 1960
Owners: Massimo and Mauro Zorzettig
Vigneron: Luigino Zamparo
Yeast: Indigenous
Altitude: Between 110m to 316m a.s.l.
Soil type: Sandstone and marl
Hectares under vine: 80
Viticulture: Conventional

La Tunella is run by Massimo and Mauro Zorzettig, two brothers who have put to good use the heritage of experience left to them by three generations of grape growers. They are located at Spessa in the Colli Orientali del Friuli where the native grape varieties they plant flourish. This is due to the terrain composed of
sandstone and marl (called "ponca" in Friulan) and to the unique and favourable microclimate. The winery is protected on the northern side by the Julian Pre-Alps, a mighty shield against the chilly winds, and pleasantly warmed by the breezes from the southern Adriatic Sea only a few dozen kilometers away.

LUC (ex GST)
2023 La Tunella Pinot Grigio  $30.00 
2023 La Tunella Rjgialla, Ribolla Gialla $32.00
2020 La Tunella Col de Bliss, Ribolla Gialla $45.00
2018 La Tunella Col Baje, Pinot Grigio $40.00                                                          2020 La Tunella Biancosesto $45.00
2021 La Tunella Pinot Nero $31.00
2020 La Tunella Refosco $30.00
2020 La Tunella Verduzzo 500ml  $26.00
2018 La Tunella Noans 500ml $68.00





Village: Dicomano
Province: Florence
Established: 2004
Owners: Marzio Politi
Vigneron: Marzio Politi
Yeast: Indigenous
Altitude: Between 300m to 450m a.s.l.
Soil type: clay, limestone, dry and stony
Hectares under vine: 3
Viticulture: Biodiynamic

Voltumna is a collective project that promotes a common understanding of the earth’s vitality. It is located at an elevation of 300m in the Tuscan Apennines in the Mugello Valley. It is an area where green forests still dominate the landscape, and cool temperatures refresh the vines. Voltumna’s wines are made from pinot noir and Sangiovese grapes grown biodynamically where the rhythm of nature dictates the pace – of the work. The grapes are hand-picked bunch by bunch, fermented their own yeasts, not filtered, not clarified, just tasted and tested before being deemed ready to drink.

2018 Voltumna Pinot Grigio $40.00
2021 Voltumna Zeno, Sangiovese, Pinot Nero $33.00
2015 Voltumna Querciolo, Sangiovese $40.00
2015 Voltumna Riseva Q, Sangiovese $49.00






Village: Empoli
Province: Florence
Established: 1948
Owners: Bettarini family
Vigneron: Emiliano Falsini
Yeast: Indigenous
Altitude: 350m a.s.l.
Soil type: Clay-loam with rock fragments.
Hectares under vine: 34
Viticulture: Organic

Fattoria di Piazzano lies 20km south west of Florence in the hills just south of the town Empoli. The big Tuscan sky offered its 1948 founder, Otello Bettarini, the
opportunity to follow his two greatest passions, wine and astronomy. Now it is run by his great niece and nephew Ilaria and Rolando. The Bettarini’s main objective is to bottle their family’s love and respect of the land and those who live and work around it.

LUC (ex GST)
2022 Piazzano Ventoso, Sangiovese $20.00
2023 Piazzano Chianti DOCG, Sangiovese Colorino $21.00
2018 Piazzano Rio Camerata $26.50
2019 Piazzano Ciliegiolo $27.50
2018 Piazzano Blend 2 Magnum 1.5lt $68.00
2018 Fattoria di Piazzano Syrah – Chent'annos (chentannos.com.au)$45.00
2009 Piazzano Vinsanto San Colombano, Trebbiano Toscano, Malvasia Bianca $68.00





Village: Montalcino
Province: Val d’Orcia
Established: 1973
Owners: Marco Mantengoli
Vigneron: Paolo Caciorgna
Yeast: Indigenous
Altitude: 350m a.s.l
Soil type: Clay and sand with a high calcium level
Hectares under vine: 11
Viticulture: Certified Organic

La Rasina has been passed down three generations in the Mantengoli family. Current owner Marco has brought new ideas and state of the art technology into the cellar transforming their simple family farm into a world class winery. The vineyard is exclusively planted with Sangiovese grosso vines that range from 2-30 years, cultivated with low cordon pruning at a plant density of 3500-4000 per hectare. Marco aims to produce a more elegant, lighter style Brunello with a rich creamy and texture from its unique use of autolysis.

LUC (ex GST)
2021 La Rasina Toscana Sangiovese IGT $25.00
2020 La Rasina Rosso di Montalcino DOC $37.00
2017 La Rasina Brunello di Montalcino DOCG $92.00
2017 La Rasina ‘Persante’ Brunello di Montalcino DOCG $110.00



Village: Tuscany
Province: Livorno
Established: 2005
Owners: Carlo Parenti
Vigneron: Carlo Parenti
Yeast: Indigenous
Altitude: 90mt a.s.l
Soil type: Sand, clay, volcanic
Hectares under vine: 3.5
Viticulture: Biodynamic

Macchion dei Lupi aim to produce wine by embracing the most natural form of agriculture possible, creating a true expression of the land it comes from. Winemaker Carlo Parentis’ love of the land impelled him to give up a banking career in Milan in 2003 and head to the hills of the Tuscan Maremma. The coastal hills of Suvereto, near Italy’s western coast, are known for their rocky, mineral rich soils that produce low yielding grapes that pack a punch of flavour. Carlo took on the challenge to nurture his three hectares into a biodynamic vineyard which proved to be an uphill battle that included drought, cash flow issues, and even a snakebite! With a commendable spirit Carlo stayed true to his craft. His passion and dedication are reflected in his wines and we are so excited to Include Carlo’s wines in our portfolio.

2019 Macchion Dei Lupi 500 Pet Nat, Trebbiano Toscano $32.00 Out of Stock
2021 Macchion Dei Lupi ‘Odyssea’ Ansonica IGT Costa Toscana $36.00 Out of Stock
2021 Macchion Dei Lupi ‘Alos’ Vermentino $34.00 Out of Stock
2021 Macchion Dei Lupi ‘Psyche’ Cabernet Sauvignon, Sangiovese $35.00
2015 Macchion Dei Lupi ‘Esperienze’ Cabernet Sauvignon, Sangiovese $48.50






Village: Bordighera
Province: Imperia
Established: 1990
Owners: Aristide Blancardi
Vigneron: Aristide Blancardi
Yeast: Indigenous
Altitude: between 600m a.s.l.
Soil type: sand, clay and lime stone.
Hectares under vine: 7
Viticulture: Biodynamic.

Tenuta Selvadolce overlooks the sea west of Liguria, a few kilometres from the French border in Bordighera. In 2004 Aristide Blancardi converted his family’s historic 7 hectare flower company into a biodynamic farm.
Selvadolce has two very different growing conditions only a few kilometres apart. At Ciapissa the natural amphitheater 600 metres above sea level is protected from
the prevailing winds. Selvadolce is south facing and its terraces benefit from a predominantly marine Climate. The infamous Mistral winds shake the foliage violently, often breaking the steel wires that support the vines, but in the process deposit microscopic crystals of sea salt on the grapes and soil.
Aris practices responsible sustainable agriculture, respecting the man but also the environment in which he is visiting. The categorical rejection of the use of pesticides, chemical fertilisers and the use of renewable energy sources are the ambitious standard he has set himself. His dream is to produce quality wines in a completely natural way, that are elegant but with a strong personality that speak of the place they are born.

LUC (ex GST)

NV Turbolento Pet Nat $45.00
2020 Selvadolce VB1, Vermentino $85.00
2020 Selvadolce Ruccantu, Pigato $85.00
2018 Gumbe di Amirai, Granaccia $45.00
2017 Selvadolce Rosso..se, Rossese Dolceacqua $65.00
2020 Selvadolce Rosso..se, Rossesse Dolceacqua $74.00





Village: Prezza
Province: Aquila
Established: 1988
Owners: The Pasquale family
Vigneron: Enzo and Ottaviano Pasquale
Yeast: Indigenous
Altitude: 600m a.s.l.
Soil type: sand, clay and lime stone.
Hectares under vine: 5
Viticulture: Organic.

Praesidium is operated by Enzo Pasquale and his son Ottaviano who are the heart and soul of this small but illustrious cellar in the tiny village of Prezza in Valle Peligna, considered the home of Montepulciano. The story of the Pasquale family’s association with vines and wine is a long and a passionate one, as the functional little cask compartments hewn out of the cellar’s rock walls in the late 19th century by Grandfather Enzo, testify elegant, long-ageing wines. The vineyards are situated on a near flat-plateau in Valle Peligna. The rows cover a total of 5 hectares planted in Montepulciano vines, which are spurred cordon trained. Pruning is drastic and the yield of fruit per hectare seldom exceeds 40 quintals. The light, gravelly soil drains well while day to night fluctuations in temperature are considerable. In soil and climate conditions like these, the Montepulciano grapes produce Passionate care of the vineyards is replicated in the cellar. Here a bare minimum of technology with a preference for manual labour and, whenever the situation de- mands, the art of improvisation combine to preserve the fruits of the vineyards. The cellar produces just two wines.

LUC (ex GST)
2019 Praesidium ‘Luci’ Trebbiano $60.00
2022 Praesidium Cerasuolo $40.00 Out of stock-new vintage arriving JUNE
2019 Praesidium Montepulciano D’Abruzzo Riserva $50.00 - O.O.S
NV Praesidium Ratafia $47.00





Village: Villamagna
Province: Abruzzo
Established: 1997
Owners: The D’Onofrio Family
Vigneron: Vittorio Festa
Yeast: Indigenous
Altitude: 200-300m a.s.l.
Soil type: sand, clay and lime stone.
Hectares under vine: 20
Viticulture: Certified Organic.

The D'Onofio's Family have been producing quality certified organic wine for the past 25 years since the patriarch founded Cascina di Colle in 1997. State-of-the-art winery Cascina del Colle is located in the foothills of the Abruzzo Apennines in the famous growing area near the Abruzzo coast. The proximity of the sea and of the mountains and therefore the thermal changes between day and night brings an added value to their wines: reds are complex, articulated but durable, while the whites are rich in perfume, and acidity and are characterised by excellent durability.
LUC (ex GST)
2019 Cascina del Colle ‘Villamagna’ Montepulciano D’Abruzzo DOC  $25.00




Village: Giba
Province: Sulcis Iglesiente.
Established: 2002
Owners: Giovanni Irde
Vigneron: Andrés Garcia Blas
Yeast: Indigenous
Altitude: between 10m to 30m a.s.l.
Soil type: sand.
Hectares under vine: 20
Viticulture: Organic.

The Sardinian vineyard 6MURA, pronounced sei mura meaning six walls, takes its name from the “Su de Is Muras” which refers to a protected area in the Inglesiente region and surrounding Giba. The wines from 6Mura are an expression of the interaction between soil and vine which gives a refined bouquet while enveloping the scent and flavour of salty winds, all softened by the “sweet roundness of the Mediterranean”. The vineyard’s 100 year old vines are located in the sandy hills of Giba. 6MURA desire to produce a traditional Carignano, without the use of too much wood. It is one of only 10% of European wineries using Piede
Franco ‘ungrafted vines’.

LUC (ex GST)
2022 Giba Bianco,Vermentino $27.00
2021 6MURA, Vermentino $40.00 
2020 Giba Rosso, Carignano $28.00
2019 6MURA, Carignano del Sulcis DOC, Vecchie Vigne $58.00




Village: Sinis
Province: Oristano
Established: 1953
Owners: Cooperative
Vigneron: Dino Dini
Yeast: Selected
Altitude: between 30m to 90m a.s.l.
Soil type: Sedimentary rocks, limestone and sandstone
Hectares under vine: 120
Viticulture: Conventional

On a fertile strip of land that stretches between the pond of Cabras and the sea is the Cantina Della Vernaccia on the west coast of Sardinia. Founded in 1953, Cantina della Vernaccia blends the grapes grown by a small group of local producers and shareholders who grow native grape varieties. It’s an enchanted place that has been suitable for viticulture since ancient times. Sedimentary rocks, limestone and sandstone, formed about 35 million years ago, and soil enriched with saline and mineral components, mainly alluvial, combined with the Mediterranean climate, offers an important thermoregulatory function.

LUC (ex GST)
2022 Sinis Bianco, Vermentino $17.00   
2018 Sinis Rosso, Cannonau, Monica $15.80
2018 ‘Tostoinu’ Bovale $36.00






Village: Castellaneta
Province: Taranto
Established: 1809
Owners: Ther Perrini Family
Vigneron: Vito Perrini
Yeast: Indigenous
Altitude: 300m a.s.l.
Soil: Sand, limestone and clay
Hectares under vine: 50
Viticulture: Certified organic, biodynamic

In the southernmost part of the heel of Italy, otherwise known as the Salento Peninsula of the Puglia region, the Perrini family have been growing grapes and making wine for generations. For many years fruit was sold off to local wineries but Vito and his sister Mila Perrini set about changing that in the 1990's, building an underground cellar and converting their fifty hectares into certified organic land. Their vines average between 30-35 years of age and are spread amongst several zones in the hills around Castellaneta on a mix of sand, limestone and clay soils. Yields are kept to around 55hl/ha, modest for the region with their warm, easy
ripening climate. Harvest is made manually and fermentation is spontaneous. Perrini wines are remarkably balanced, light handed and savory compared to the usual Puglian fare, especially at their very modest price level.

LUC (ex GST)
2019 Mila Rosso, Primitivo, Negramaro $16.00
2019 Perrini Primitivo $19.70



Village: Corato
Province: Puglia
Established: 1628
Vigneron: dr.ss Emilia Tartaglione
Yeast: Indigenous
Altitude: 250m a.s.l.
Soil type: Sand, limestone and clay.
Hectares under vine: 15
Viticulture: Certified Organic.

Santa Lucia farm has a long history starting from the year 1628 with the oldest blueprint for the vineyard dating back to 1849. Current custodian, Roberto Perrone Capano, converted the farm to organics in 2009 and has been proudly certified organic since the 2016 harvest. Sustainability is practiced throughout the vineyard from the natural approach in the vineyard to the solar panels on the cellar roof making the farm self-sufficient.
Sant Lucia cultivates only native varietals to the Murgia - Nero di Troia, Bombino Nero and Fiano. The plants are grown with a large leaf cover in high density single guyot method, about 5500 plants/ha. Yields range between 60 and 90 quintals/ha with a total of 60,000 bottles produced per annum.

LUC (ex GST)
2022 Santa Lucia ‘Gazza Ladra’ Fiano IGT $31.50
2022 Santa Lucia Fior di Ribes Rose $33.00
2020 Sant Lucia ‘Melograna’ Nero di Troia $33.00
2019 Santa Lucia ‘Le More’ Nero di Troia $54.00






Village: Castiglione di Sicilia
Province: Catania
Established: 2005
Owners: Pietro & Paolo Caciorgna
Vigneron: Paolo Caciorgna
Yeast: Indigenous
Altitude: 850m a.s.l.
Soil type: Volcanic, sand, rich of minerals.
Hectares under vine: 2.5
Viticulture: Organic.

Paolo Caciorgna is a renowned Italian Oenologist having worked in some of the greatest names in Tuscan viticulture. Along with consulting to many Italian wine producers he has hisown label, Pietro Caciorgna named in dedication to his Father Pietro. Paolo acquired plots of ancient ungrafted vines in the Contrada Marchesa. The high altitude of the vineyards and volcanic soil meant they could withstand phylloxera that devastated 90% of vines across Europe in the late 19th century. The same conditions enable low intervention in the vineyard and Paolo only uses small amounts of copper and sulphur.
The cultivation of vineyards, which are located between 700 and 800 meters, is entrusted to experienced people in the area. The land in this area is magical. The volcanic ash soil with traces of sand is rich in minerals, which gives the grapes aromatic finesse and silky, velvety tannins.

LUC (ex GST)
2022 Ciauria, Etna Rosso DOC, Nerello Mascalese $34.00
2021 Guarda il Vento, Etna Rosso DOC, Nerello Mascalese $43.00
2022 Guarda il Vento, Bianco DOC, Carricante $40.00
2020 N’Anticchia, Nerello Mascalese $95.00

Yeast: Indigenous
Altitude: 350m a.s.l.
Soil type: sand, rich of magnesium.
2019 Alberaia, Sangiovese $34.00   Out of Stock
2018 Macchie, Sangiovese $67.00




Established: 2023
Vigneron: Paolo Caciorgna, Nicola Berti

Oenologist Paolo Caciorgna, famous for his illustrious collaborations in Tuscany and other Italian regions, has recently embarked on a new exciting adventure: Terre Diverse which is a collaboration with another Tuscan Oenologist Nicola Berti. Nicola and Paolo aim to express beautiful and different terroirs of particularly suitable areas. To date, Terre Diverse offers two labels - Bacio a Scannisi Greco di Tufo, from Campania and Cereda from Etna, Sicily. Both are wines that convey the soul of those lands with great potential. In the future, other wines will be added to the range to complete an ambitious and visionary project.

LUC (ex GST)
2022 Le Terre Diverse Etna Bianco DOC  $40.00
2022 Le Terre Diverse 'Bacio e Scannisi' Greco di Tufo DOCG $40.00
2021 Le Terre Diverse 'Cereda' Etna Rosso DOC $45.00







Village: Bungendore
Province: Canberra
Vigneron: Frank
Yeast: Indigenous
Altitude: 840m a.s.l.
Soil type: 
Hectares under vine: 2
Viticulture: Conventional

Enotria is an ancient Roman-Greek name given to the area of southern Italy to which Enotrus, the youngest of the fifty sons of Lycaon, migrated before fifth century AD. Enotria means "land of grapevines." Enotria is a very small but dedicated family vineyard. With a long family tradition of wine-making, brought to Australia via southern Italy, then continued in the Barossa Valley and now in the Canberra region.

Situated on a steep grade between 800 and 840 metres above sea level protected from both frosts and drying westerly winds. Being one of the highest growing areas in Australia makes for the perfect location for cool climate wines. At this height, budburst starts in September-October and fruit maturity is expected around April of the following year. Low yields and sustainable farming 


LUC (ex GST)

2023 Enotria Riesling $18.00
2019 Enotria Pinot Noir $18.00
2018 Enotria Pinot Noir Riserve $26.00
2022 Enotria Shiraz $16.00




Village: St Andrews
Province: Yarra Valley
Established: 1991
Vigneron: Gary and Joel Trist
Yeast: Indigenous
Altitude: 180m a.s.l.
Soil type: Sandy loam
Hectares under vine: 2.16ha
Viticulture: Organic

Buttermans Track was established in 1991 by the current owners, Gary and Louise Trist. The vineyard is situated in St Andrews, which is part of the Yarra Valley, cool climate wine growing region. Gary and Louise are joined by Joel their winemaker son. Together the Trist's make sustainable, high-quality wines.

The vineyard occupies just over two hectares. The first planting of Pinot Noir and Shiraz was of ungrafted rootlings in 1991, this was followed by another additional small planting of Shiraz in 1998. All vines are trained to the VSP trellis system with one cordon wire and two moveable foliage wires which are cane pruned and hand harvested to ensure the best quality fruit can be produced.

The vineyard is 180m above sea level at its highest point and has a general north-to-north westerly aspect. The topography of the site ensures drainage of cold air during frost risk periods down towards the gully on the northern edge of the site, which is sloping in a westerly direction away from the vineyard. Since this is a cool climate vineyard vine rows are oriented north-south to take advantage of the inception of the sunlight. Also, north-south row orientation of the vine rows allows full illumination of both faces of the vine canopy for part of the day, eastern side during the morning and western side during the afternoon.

LUC (ex GST)

2022 Buttermans Track Chardonnay $26.45
2022 Buttermans Track Rose, Sangiovese $19.30
2023 Buttermans Track Pinot Noir $27.50
2019 Buttermans Track Syrah $22.50


Payment is C.O.D. or 15 days from the invoiced issue date for an approved credit account holder. Credit facilities may be withdrawn or varied at the discretion of Chent’annos.
Minimum order is 12 bottles.
Request of single bottles will incur a warehouse charge of $1.20 per bottle.
Prices are quoted LUC ex GST.
Return of stock. Stock will not be accepted for return after 7 days of delivery.
No damaged stock will be replaced if damaged on purchaser’s premises after delivery.
For any claims please contact us directly to tell us the nature of the claim along with the invoice number and delivery date.
If or when the claim is accepted Chent’annos will replace the stock.
If we no longer stock that vintage a credit note will be put on your account.
Retention of title. All goods delivered remain the property of Chent’annos until the account is payed in full.
Purchaser grants the right for Chent’annos to enter the premises to retrieve its property without warning.
It is agreed that the purchaser has the entire risk of goods from the time of delivery.

Stefano Atzeni
M 0449 004 407

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