Wine & Spirits Tag: organic


Gerard Bertrand – France

The Gérard Bertrand group is the spearhead of a viticulture committed to a better future led by its founder, the eponymous winegrower. With the benchmark biodynamic wines of the Languedoc, we create great wines that reflect all the nuances of their terroir. Recognised for his great talent as a blender as much as for his audacity and creativity, he and his teams are working to make the wines of the South of France shine throughout the world.

Paradigm Estate – United States

Owned and managed by Ren and Marilyn Harris, two winegrowers with extraordinarily deep roots in Napa Valley. Marilyn’s grandparents immigrated from Italy to Napa Valley in 1890, while Ren’s family came to California in 1769. Marilyn and Ren moved to Napa Valley in the 1960’s and settled into their home just east of where Paradigm sits today. Our winemaking “style” is solely determined by this place or terroir we call “Paradigm.” Winemaking is agriculture when you own your vineyards and are able to farm them to promote the very best Earth will give you.

Paul Jaboulet Aine – France

Jaboulet has one of the longest histories of any winery or negociant in the world. Originally founded in 1834 by Antoine Jaboulet in the Northern Rhone Valley, the company is currently owned by the Frey family with Caroline Frey at the healm as winemaker. The estate’s 1961 Hermitage La Chapelle is classed as one of the 12 mythical wines of the 20th century.

Waterford Distillery – Ireland

Influenced by the World’s Greatest Winemakers, Waterford Distillery Single Malt Irish Whiskies use the world’s finest barley, and its Single Farm Origin Series is an uber-provenance, terroir-driven range of limited edition natural whiskies that showcases flavours derived from individual Irish farms and harvests. Whisky Magazine’s 2021 Icons of Whisky Ireland Distiller of the Year and Brand Innovator of the Year.