Our Suppliers

Please find below information about some of our suppliers. We will regularly update this list so if you don't see your favourite supplier here now, please do re-visit this page.


Château Argadens - Private Cellar House Claret

From Maison Sichel, owners of Châteaux Angludet and Palmer, Private Cellar’s House Claret is far from a generic blend made to a recipe, as so many house wines are. Our House Claret is instead made and bottled at Château Argadens, 60km

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Château La Connivence, Pomerol

Given the size of the Pomerol appellation, it is very rare that a bright new star emerges from the wings rather than an older property being rediscovered, yet in 2008 this is precisely what happened with Château La Connivence. We are proud to be the exclusive UK importers - this really is an insider's wine.

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Château Picque Caillou

One of the last bastions of winemaking actually in Bordeaux (the others include Haut Brion and Pape Clément, none too shabby neighbours), Picque Caillou remains the Calvet family home.

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De Mour – Baladoz, Tayet, Haut Breton Larigaudière

You may well recognise the names Châteaux Tour Baladoz, Tayet and Haut Breton Larigaudière as stalwarts of the Bordeaux section in the Private Cellar wine list. The family behind these names, and two other properties besides, are third generation wine makers and négociants who first came to Bordeaux in 1938.

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Ets. Jean-Pierre Moueix

For us at Private Cellar, a visit to the offices of Ets. Jean-Pierre Moueix during a Bordeaux buying trip is always a highlight. Here we find our baseline, the real heartbeat of Pomerol and St Emilion and the true expression of any vintage.

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Martin and Charlotte Krajewski

Clos Cantenac, Grand Cru St Emilion, & Château Séraphine, Pomerol.

Father and daughter team, Martin and Charlotte Krajewski, expanded their Right Bank ventures with the purchase of 2.23 hectares of vines in Pomerol in 2016; rechristened Château Séraphine after Martin's Polish grandmother, Seraphina.

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Domaine Chevrot

Whilst driving through the Côte d’Or, you are acutely aware of the monoculture as every spare surface, including carparks and even some roofs, feature vines.

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Domaine Faiveley

Domaine Faiveley as we know it today was founded by Pierre Faiveley as a merchant business in Nuits St Georges in 1825, named after his then two year old son Joseph. The first vines were purchased in Nuits St Georges Tribourg in 1831 and since then the family domaine has expanded to over 125 hectares. Stretching from the Côte de Nuits to the Côte Chalonnaise and taking in 8 monopole vineyards (owned by them exclusively) along the way, Domaine Faiveley is one of the largest vineyard owners in Burgundy.

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Domaine Fontaine Gagnard

In a little over 20 years, Domaine Fontaine Gagnard has become one of the most highly regarded producers in Chassagne Montrachet. Founded when Richard Fontaine married Laurence Gagnard in 1982 and combined their respective vineyards, their daughter Céline is now running the show, with the same modesty and hard work that have become trademarks of her parents tenure.

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Domaine Hubert Lamy

A visit to Olivier Lamy is always a masterclass in geology and its impact on the wines and, even more importantly, it is a masterclass in experimentation. Based in St Aubin, sandwiched between Meursault and Chassagne Montrachet, there have been Lamy’s working the vineyards of this southern tip of the Côte d’Or since 1640.

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Domaine Jean Chartron

The Chartron family, in their own words, are “hommes de terroir”, and more specifically the terroir of Puligny-Montrachet. Inextricably linked to this small village in the southern tip of the Côte de Beaune, it was one of Jean-Michel and Anne-Laure’s forebears, as Mayor of Puligny, who managed to get permission to add the area's most prestigious vineyard to the village’s name, becoming Puligny-Montrachet.

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Domaine Joseph Roty

The Roty family have been part of the landscape of Gevrey Chambertin since 1710; a jaw-dropping eleven generations have worked vines in this northern part of the Côte d’Or...

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Domaine Lamy-Caillat

1.5 hectares doesn’t sound like much vineyard to play with, but in Burgundy and in the heart of Chassagne Montrachet, this micro-Domaine is turning heads with its tiny production from four key Chassagne climats..

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Domaine Laurent Cognard

Rather as dogs resemble their owners, so Laurent Cognard’s wines resemble him – rumbustious, outspoken and generous. Recently featured in the fabulously glossy World of Fine Wine magazine as a vigneron to watch, we fear that our secret about his wines may be starting to get out.

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Domaine Matrot

Based in Meursault but with vineyards in Puligny, Volnay, Auxey Duresses, Monthélie and Maranges amongst others, Matrot has been a family run domaine for 6 generations.

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Domaine Michel Niellon

Based in Chassagne Montrachet, Niellon first began making wine with his father in the 1950s, and has created a legacy of truly impeccable wines. Now, alongside his son-in-law, Michel Coutoux, and grandson, Matthieu, Michel works 7.2 hectares of vines, including plantings in Chevalier and Bâtard Montrachet. We are always delighted to be able to offer you Niellon's wines; they truly are some of the best in the Côte de Beaune.

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Domaine Rossignol-Trapet

Rossignol-Trapet have been farming biodynamically since the start of the 2000s but played it down for many years as they didn't want their wines to be defined by anything other than how they taste.

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Domaine Truchetet

Domaine Truchetet, a tiny domaine in the heart of Premeaux-Prissey, Nuits Saint Georges,  has been family owned and run for 6 generations.  Jean-Pierre Truchetet has been handing the baton over to children Morgan and Julie for some time and in 2018 he took full retirement, leaving the next generation in charge.

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Savigny-lès-Beaune is the heart and headquarters of Seguin-Manuel, but since 2005 Thibaut Marion’s burgeoning new empire has expanded to include parcels in Beaune, Puligny-Montrachet, Pommard, Meursault and Vosne-Romanée, from Grand Crus to village wines.

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Lamblin et Fils

Lamblin et Fils is a very old family owned property dating back to 1690, run by eleventh generation brothers Michel and Didier Lamblin, and their respective sons Alexandre and Clément. There is nothing at the Domaine that wouldn’t be recognised by their forefathers

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Henri Chauvet

Founded by Henri Chauvet at the beginning of the 1900s, the Champagne Chauvet estate comprises 8.4 hectares in the village of Rilly-la-Montagne, near Reims, one of the grand cru (100% rated) villages for Pinot Noir. The business is now r

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Legras & Haas

Matthew Jukes has been as impressed with Legras & Haas Champagne as we have: “more class than you find in all but a handful of the so-called Grandes Marques. Introduce yourself to these wines.” We couldn’t agree more.

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André Dezat et Fils

No Private Cellar list is complete without an offering of Sancerre and Pouilly-Fumé from André Dezat et Fils, tried and tested favourites of ours that we will never tire of drinking or recommending.

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Château Beauchêne

An all-time Private Cellar favourite, Château Beauchêne has been with us since our first ever wine list.

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Bodegas de la Marquesa, Valserrano

5th generation family winemakers, the de Simón family have been in Valserrano – the heartland of Rioja Alavesa – since the mid-19th Century. Pablo, Jaime and María are gradually easing their father – Juan Pablo – into retirement and taking over the running of the Bodegas.

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Bodegas Pinuaga

Bodegas Pinuaga is now run by third generation Esther Pinuaga, a bundle of energy who regularly joins us at our tastings. Esther is continuing the family’s 60 year tradition of organic farming in Toledo Spain, championing indigenous Spanish varieties.

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Rocche Costamagna

Not for nothing is Piedmont known as Italy’s answer to Burgundy: myriad small vineyards with tiny but important soil and microclimate differences lead to a wealth of different styles of Barolo and Barbaresco, all produced in tiny quantities by small, artisan producers

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Podere 414 - Simone Castelli

The hilltop town of Scansano is found in the south west of Tuscany, in the province of Grossetto and in the region known as the Maremma, home to some of the Super Tuscans, Sassicaia, Ornellaia and Ca’Marcanda.

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North America

Joseph Phelps

“Joseph Phelps was one of the great visionaries of Napa Valley. His legacy is one of extraordinary quality. He was one of the first to see the merit in blending, which his legendary Insignia, which first debuted in 1974, has proven year after year. It remains one of the world’s finest Cabernet Sauvignon-dominated blends.”

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South America

Bodega Enrique Foster

It is said that the moment Enrique Foster first tasted an Argentinian Malbec, he hopped on a plane to Mendoza with the intention of producing the best Malbec Argentina could offer with the purest expression of the grape possible.

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Lenton Brae

Count Matthew Jukes and Jancis Robinson MW as fans of the newest Australian winery to grace the pages of the Private Cellar Wine list. Named as one of Matthew Jukes’ 100 Best Australian Wines of 2019/20 for their utterly delicious Semillon / Sauvignon Blanc, Lenton Brae is a small, family owned and operated winery in the prestigious Margaret River region.

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McHenry Hohnen

Australian wine made its name by being bold and brash – good quality but far from elegant. The last few years have, however, seen a complete volte face, seeing some wines that are so subtle you would be hard pushed to say that they came from the New World, let alone Australia

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New Zealand

Waipara West

2018 saw us join forces with a new grower in New Zealand, the Tutton family at Waipara West, to the north of Canterbury in the South Island. Running along the Waipara River, on north-facing stony terraces, the vineyards benefit from warm winds from the north-west.

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South Africa

Glenelly Estate

May-Eliane de Lencquesaing had no thoughts of a quiet retirement when in 2003 at the age of 78, she purchased Glenelly in Idas Valley, Stellenbosch, with the firm intention of establishing it as a world-class wine producing estate.

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The story of Springfontein (“Strong Spring”) reads much like something out of a novel. Dr Johst Weber, a former mining engineer in the Ruhr Valley and Bordeaux fanatic, went to South Africa in search of a new venture and a wine estate.

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Owning no vineyards of their own, Aristea has joined the band of elite producers who buy only the best fruit from top producers in order to make a very limited production. We consider ourselves extremely lucky to be their UK agent. 

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The English wine scene is expanding at an incredible rate, with ever more interest from across the Channel; Taittinger are partners in a vineyard in Kent and Pommery planted 32 hectares in Hampshire in the spring of 2017.

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