We value our partners and a lot of these companies are passed on in families for generations and have the principles that we view as crucial, passion for what they do and respect for traditions. We invite you to meet some of them:


"We have to aim to achieve excellence, by offering the finest expression of our terroir. The style of our House is defined by these lines."
- Laurent Hostomme

The House M. Hostomme has stainless-steel vats for the
vinification of its champagnes and for keeping its reserve wines. Some time is also spent in oak barrels, therefore continuing the Hostomme tradition to always keep some wood in the blending of its champagnes.


“Wine is more of a passion for us.
You have to follow nature, and you must touch everything”

-Mariano Buglioni

Buglioni is passion in Valpolicella. They tell a story of fortune, commitment and conviction. Viticulture.

Bocelli family wines

For nearly three centuries, the Bocelli family has crafted classic Italian wines from their small estate in Lajatico, Tuscany. The winery has old vines (well over 70+ years), and has grown classic Tuscan varietals such as Sangiovese, Canaiolo, Colorino, Malvasia, and Trebbiano, and through careful analysis, determined that their terroir was exceptionally suited for Cabernet Sauvignon. The Cabernet vines were planted 10 years ago, and are now producing exceptional fruit with distinctive elegance and “cool climate” character. The estate’s top wines now contain Sangiovese and Cabernet.

Famille Boutrais

The family business comes from a love of the open sea, adventure and, of course, oysters. The family owns five oyster farms off the coasts of France and Ireland. Dedicated growers supplying exceptional quality oysters to the market.


The unique Kys Marine oyster breeding technique guarantees the exceptional taste of oysters grown in Brittany. More than 15 years ago, challenging to turn a passion for the sea and oysters into a daily job and a source of livelihood, today these growers hold a strong position in the oyster market.