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Our Producers


Tickerage is a small, family-owned and run vineyard in the heart of East Sussex who produce hand craft wines that reflect and celebrate the natural environment that created them. With just 5 acres of north facing slopes on the edge of the Sussex Weald, they like to do things a little bit differently producing excellent quality English wine. 


The winery contains all the equipment needed to process their grapes straight from picking, through pressing, fermentation, bottling, disgorging and labelling.


Zena and Anthony's bespoke approach from pruning to harvest means they know and lovingly care for every single vine and grape. The time from picking to pressing is just a couple of hours, ensuring maximum grape quality is preserved from their precious bounty.

Domaine du Météore

Ten thousand years ago, a meteorite struck a hillside in Southern France. Today, Domaine du Météore's vines grow within and around its cater. High up in the Languedoc mountains the domaine spans the schist soils of Faugeres and Saint-Chinian. Surrounded by garrigue with the scent of wild thyme, citrus and oregano, the domaine makes organic wines inspired by its land and history. 

Named after the 300 meter-wide meteorite crater which sits at its heart, the domaine is situated in the village of Cabreolles, at over 300 meters of altitude in the foothills of the Haut-Languedoc mountains. The rocky, schistous terroir is rarely found elsewhere, and they are unique in having vines in two of area's most famous appellation Faugeres and Saint-Chinian (Roquebrun). 

Caves des Vignerons de Saint Saturnin

We are very pleased to say that we now stock wines from the Langudoc Appellation, Saint Saturnin, and the neighbouring AOP, Terrasses du Larzac. These are fantastic wines including some delicious reds and rosés of which we are the sole importers. Terrasses du Larzac was recently lauded by the Telegraph as a relatively unknown but excellent Appellation. Set in the foothills of the Cevennes, the terraces descend from the high Larzac plateau escaping the burning summer heat of the Langeudoc plane. The limestone terroir allows for excellent drainage and these wines are gaining in popularity. 

Saint-Saturnin is a sub-region of southern France's Languedoc appellation (formerly Coteaux du Languedoc). This means that as a recognised source of higher-quality wines. 

The sub-region is named after Saint-Saturnin-de-Lucian, a village in the southern foothills of the Massif Central. The presence of the hills above the village creates a slightly cooler climate than that which is found in most of the Languedoc region, although the climate is still decidedly Mediterranean. Long, hot days and slightly cooler nights mean increased give provide variation for Saint-Saturnin's vineyards – an important factor in the creation of wines with balanced sugars and acids. The soils here are a combination of mostly clay and limestone, created over the millennia by glacial activity. 

Saint-Saturnin wines are made predominantly from GrenacheSyrah and Mourvedregrapes. 

Domaine Rouge Bleu

is situated between the revered appellations of Gigondas and Châteauneuf-du-Pape. Its 9ha of vineyards are cultivated in order to produce high quality biodynamic wines. Right in the heart of the Southern Rhone, the vines grow around the Domaine's 400 year old farm. Mostly composed of old vines, the wines are vinified in accordance with traditional methods - with every aspect of the wine making, aging and bottling taking place on the premises. The diversity of the vines, coupled with the passion and devotion of talented young winemakers Thomas and Caroline Bertrand, has produced some fantastic results!

Chateau Fonsalade

takes its name from Occitan (an old language from the South of France) Font Salat, meaning Salted Fountain. It refers to the naturally salted spring of the Chateau which is used for the vineyard. Deep in the Saint Chinian appellation of the Languedoc, the Chateau produces some excellent reds but also white and rose wines. Having won numerous awards, including a bronze medal at the Decanter World Wine awards 2014 for its Felix Cupla cuvee, these wines are extremely good value and are a very well kept Languedoc secret.