Imported Wines

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Alpha Estate is located at the northwest part of Greece, the Amyndeon, Florina region. Alpha Estate was founded in 1997 by the experienced viticulturist Makis Mavridis and chemist-oenologist Angelos Iatridis, who, after years of experience in various locations of Greece, chose the Amyndeon region to create his own wine.

Florina Greece


The rediscovery of an ancient vineyard rewarded us with this white wine, with good length and balanced flavour, slightly balsamic, with distinctive citrus notes and garden scents. Obtained exclusively from Pecorino grape, it pairs well with shellfish, raw seafood, fish dishes and soft cheese.

Abruzzo Italy


Fabiano Family are renowned producers of Veronese wines since 1912. Counting on this tradition our aim is focused on enhancing the image of our company and that of the people who work in it. Great attention to the quality of our wines, added to the professionalism, good service and efficiency of the whole company, allows the Fabiano brand to achieve a position in the top range of the market.

Venezie Italy


In the enchanting region of Nervesa Della Battaglia, Treviso, nestled between the banks of the Piave river and the beautiful Montello hill lies our boutique estate. Each year Cester Camillo Prosecco is crafted exclusively from the grapes harvested on this single vineyard.

Treviso Italy


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Our family has been in Champagne for over a century, in one of the world’s most prestigious wine regions. Over the generations, we have developed and handed down a heritage and an expertise dominated by a quest for excellence.

Epernay France


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Finca el Origen is a young Argentinian winery based in the prestigious ‘Uco Valley’ in the foothills of the Andes Range in Mendoza. Malbec has become the emblematic grape of Argentina’s wine industry, with perfect conditions for its cultivation.

Mendoza Argentina


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Mavrodaphne Karela is produced from wining 100% “Mavrodaphne” variety grapes, when the law allows using just 50% currants to produce “Mavrodaphne of Patras”. The vines are grown within a specific geographic area and the wine produced falls in the Protected Designation of Origin PDO category.

Patras Greece


 

Kefalonia Greece


Crete Greece


Drama Greece


Nemea Greece


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Verona Italy


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Lafazanis – Clones Greece


Tuscany Italy


Venezie Italy


Cotes de Provence France


Argos Greece


Veneto Italy


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