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Rudd Estate

Founded in 1996 by Leslie Rudd, Rudd Estate is a multigenerational winery handcrafting small production wines that reflect the ultimate expression of its world-class terroir by respecting the traditions of the past, challenging the present and imagining future possibilities. Over the course of two decades, the team at Rudd Estate has become intimately familiar with the geologic nuances that make its terroir unique: iconic red volcanic soils, the alluvial fan, and the subterranean stream beds. Vineyards located in Napa Valley’s most celebrated Oakville appellation produce red Bordeaux varietals, and vineyards located on Mt. Veeder at a 1500-foot elevation produce Rudd’s Sauvignon Blanc and Susan’s Blanc. These white wines are a unique expression of these varietals and a rarity in the Valley given hillsides are typically reserved for red varietals.


In the early 1990s, the Ghosn family faced the formidable task of reclaiming their ancestral property, Tanaïl, in the Beqaa region, which had been adversely affected by civil war and occupied by squatters. Employing their negotiation skills, the family managed to regain control of the land, but with no clear vision of the next steps, they diversified into various local agricultural pursuits, including dairy, dry raisins, arak, and molasses. All these products found a place in a corner of the family pharmacy, reflecting their entrepreneurial spirit during challenging times. During a visit to France, Sami Ghosn stumbled upon a distinctive blue bottle from Germany, which inspired the branding of Massaya arak. A friend from a leading advertising agency, Dany Richa, contributed to the initial branding and suggested the name Massaya, denoting twilight in Lebanese, capturing the essence of the Beqaa's sky at sunset.... continue reading.

Geo Vino (Vine Connections) Goes to Italy

Introducing new wines from Italy from the renowned importer Geo Vino, the original pioneer importer of Argentine and Chilean wines. With their new venture into the old world, Geo Vino presents five distinguished producers from the regions of Tuscany, Piedmont, and Veneto. Delve into these exciting new offerings from Giacosa Fratelli, Michele Castellani, Pietramaggio, Palazzo, and Grignano. In stock now!

Nossa Imports

Nossa Imports brings the first Mexican wines to our portfolio with the addition of JC Bravo and Bodegas de Santo Tomas. Nossa was founded in Tucson by husband-and-wife team Dale and Stephen Ott. Both trained as sommeliers, and with over 30 years of experience on all three tiers of the alcohol industry between them. They are excited to shed light upon historically-relevant wine regions around the world that are making high quality wines deserving of international visibility.


Disznókő estate is named after the vineyard of Disznókő, first recorded in 1413. The name Disznókő means "wild boar stone", referring to a large volcanic rock found at the heart of the vineyard or according to some geographers to the shape of the hill where the vineyards are planted. Since AXA Millésimes acquired the property in 1992, the estate groups a series of historical contiguous vineyards around the winery. Once owned by aristocratic families for centuries, these vineyards are famous for their remarkable terroirs which produce great wines. Thanks to its know-how and experience, Disznókő is recognised today as being in the forefront of the renaissance of the truly great Tokaj wines.

Massanois Imports

Massanois is a New York City based national importer of fine wine and craft spirits. Producers include Le Ragnaie, Salcheto, Graci, Bibbiano, Venta La Vega, Bruna Grimaldi, Aldo Conterno (coming soon), Gassier, Caruso e Minini, and many more. 

Soter Vineyards

Soter Vineyards is a 240-acre biodynamic farm in the heart of Willamette Valley. "At Soter Vineyards, the combination of respectful farming and craftsmanship as well as our ancient soils and temperate climate result in wines that are layered, nuanced, and seductively captivating. Whether you’re enjoying one of our distinctive Estate Pinot Noirs, one of our complex Chardonnays, or one of our beloved Sparkling wines, quality is paramount."

Tempus Fugit Cocktail Cherries

Tempus Fugit Spirits’ 19th Century Cocktail Cherries are created from a 19th Century preserved cherry recipe similar to the style of preserved cherries that would have been used at the beginning of the cocktail cherry boom.