Wineries we
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A list of our precious collaborators



A Family Tale

In 1858, the Ducourt family settled at Château des Combes in Ladaux, a small rural village to the southeast of Bordeaux. Over time, new generations have followed in their footsteps; a passion for wine has become a profession. Their knowledge along with the estate has grown ever greater as they have been passed down the line.



A lifetime dream

SiAH personal project of the renowned winemaker Isabel Salgado was born with the vocation of making very high-quality wines for the enjoyment of all those who love wine. Their goal is to offer the best, from selected grapes, working every detail of the elaboration, bottling, and treatment of our wine, to achieve 100% satisfaction.

Castilla La- Mancha


Innovation & tradition

In 1991 began the journey of Bodegas Centro Españolas, a family state winery that became the first “Chateau” style winery in Castilla-La Mancha, combining the most avant-garde technology with the traditional arts pf their land. Father and son curate the winemaking of the estate in a perfect combination of knowledge and experience.

La Rioja


The Apogee of the Classics

Bodegas Olarra was established in 1973 in the heart of Rioja. A winery that embraces architecture along with tradition. Bodegas Olarra maintain the essence of a centuries-old Rioja winemaking tradition.Their philosophy is really quite simple. Trying to find in the bottle the perfect blend of selected grapes from different zones, which represent a great diversity of vineyards and soils. That is how a large part of the history of Rioja has been written.



The spirit of Tuscany

A historical family winery in Lucca, owned and managed by a young couple, following the organic and biodynamic agriculture. Major production of rosé wines and in addition, white and red wines typical of Lucca terroir.



Sister Love

Monica and Daniella, the two sisters of this estate in Roero, tell us: “We were born and raised with a love for winemaking. We’ve honed our skills and accumulated solid, practical experience thanks to Stefano, our father and Tunin, our grandfather. So, along with family tradition, these qualities are our real business card to bring the family vineyard to a world-class level of excellence.”



Humble and ambitious

Troupis winery first appeared on the winemaking scene in 2010.
The family has been cultivating their privately owned Moschofilero vineyards since the 1970s.
The economic crisis of 2010 did not stand in the way of the winery’s development but marked the beginning of a new course for the family business and the future of Moschofilero.