We are dedicated to fleshing out little known and exceptional wines that demonstrate the highest quality available. This stems from our passion for wine and the desire to share it with others.

We like to believe that the wineries we select pay homage to the true spirit of winemaking: small and family owned vineyards with winemakers who have a passion for producing truly outstanding wines mainly from local grapes and in limited quantities.

We define our family owned vineyards wines by the limited quantities they produce and the expression of their winemakers� passion for the style and variety of the grapes used. Each winery is chosen to give you access to unusual and exceptional wines, whose flavors and aromas will linger on in your memory as an unforgettable example of their winemaker�s art.

�Do you carry any Marche wines in your portfolio? Or would you like to? If so which?
– We do not carry Marche wines yet, but would be happy to do so in the future and we are quite looking forward to it! We only have to find the producers that can blend to the “heritage wines vineyards” segment that we proudly represent in Hong Kong.

Which wines of the Marche Region sell best in Hong Kong?

– In terms of white wines Trebbiano, Verdicchio and Pecorino can be found on the wine lists of restaurants that promote good Italian wines. A special word for Verdicchio dei Castelli di Jesi, which is offered by some of the most exquisite Italian restaurants. This is the kind of wine we would be looking for.
– As of red wines, Montepulciano are obviously popular wines, in their simple, easy to drink versions. Some DOC from Rosso Conero and Rosso Piceno can be found and we would be also very interested in some DOCG Rosso Conero Riserva. Lacrima di Moro d�Alba would also deserve a better representation.

Are sales going well, if so why? If not why?

I think the sales for the easy, light and young wines are going quite well due to the easy-to-understand character of the wines and to their versatility, when it�s about matching with simple food.
– As for the more elaborate, complex, high-end wines, more work has to be done by both importers and their restaurant clients, in order to get the public�s attention and “educate” them towards Marche�s traditional wines unique character.

How well do the wines of the Marche do compared to other Italian wines you sell?

– Compared to Piedmont, Tuscany and Veneto wines, Marche still has a long journey to achieve, but the potential is there, so…

�What is the future potential of Marche wines in your market?

– I personally think there is a great potential, if the promotion work it is done carefully, professionally and with patience. At the end of the day Marche it�s about good wines and good food (like all Italian regions!) and Hong Kong people love both!