We are wine importers and distributors dedicated to introducing delicious, handmade and natural wines to UK trade customers.  We provide a very personal service to source a unique range of wines that are made by a band of extraordinary organic and biodynamic producers.

We import all these wines ourselves and hold them in stock, in order to ensure regular supply and competitive pricing on wines that are often made in small quantities. We deliver sensational value for money and good margin opportunities.

You will not find any of our wines elsewhere, and they will add a distinctive character and significant kudos to your list.

We also identify, specify, source, import and hold stock of a number of unique 'house' wines that offer unparalleled margin opportunities for trade customers, while removing the administrative burden of importing and stockholding.


If you are not a customer yet, check out the portfolio of amazing winemakers that we represent (below), or contact us about opening an account by:

e-mailing accounts@dcwines.co.uk
or telephoning us on 020 7060 5097
or downloading, completing and returning this account application form.

We look forward to helping you build a distinctive and profitable wine list!

Our Producers

Théodore Vander Veken established his Champagne house in Reims in 1757 and Henri Abelé, not wishing to rush, then merged the company of his ancestors on his mother’s side with that of his father under the single name Abelé - Vander Veker, in...

Region: France - Loire Valley
Terroir: Anjou

The vineyards of the Château du Breuil have been operating since 1822 in this amazing section of the Loire formed by the River Layon valley. Even in the garden of Anjou, the Château du Breuil is the guardian of an...

Region: France - Loire Valley
Terroir: Bourgeuil

Continuing a long line of women proprietors, Kathleen Van den Berghe purchased the 18 hectare (45 acre) Château de Minière in 2010. Lying in the midst of the Bourgeuil, the Château’s different parcels of vines are planted on a diverse...

Region: France - Loire Valley
Terroir: Reuilly

Bernard and Damien Aujard tend 6 hectares (15 acres) of vines on the clay-limestone terroir of Lazenay situated at the confluence of the rivers Arnon and Théols, some 12 miles (19 km) South of Vierzon in the heart of...
Region: France - Loire Valley
Terroir: Nantes

Laurent and Sylvie Perraud are the seventh generation of winemakers to tend the quintessential Nantais vineyards of the Domaine de la Vinçonnière.

The Perrauds honour their history and their terroir under the principles of the Terra Vitis charter along naturalistic...
Region: France - Loire Valley
Terroir: Savennières

Cécile and Luc Bizard represent the sixth generation of Bizard winemakers at the famed Château d'Epiré just 1mile (2km) from Savennières. They have now perfected their technique and produce astonishingly delicious wines redolent of the Savennières terroir of which...
Region: France - Loire Valley
Terroir: Chinon

Philippe Brocourt has 28 hectares (70 acres) of vines across five communes in the heart of the Chinon appellation. The gravel plains, clay plateaus - siliceous and limestone hills are all farmed and harvested very traditionally, with enormous respect...

Region: France - Sancerre
Terroir: Bué

Pascal Balland cultivates 9 hectares (22 acres) of vines around the famed centre of Sancerre wine production in the village of Bué.

Balland is to Bué as Bué is to Sancerre and within the closed circle of Ballands, Pascal is...

Region: France - Jura
Terroir: Château-Chalon

Brothers Jean-François and Jean-Philippe Bourdy have been managing the historic Jura vineyards of Domaine Jean Bourdy since 1990. Their history, however, is amongst the longest commercial histories in any sector in any country: the Bourdy family became involved (through marriage) in...

Region: France - Burgundy
Terroir: Beaune, Pommard

Fanny Sabre's wine-making roots were put down in the historic heart of Beaune where she inherited a small production cellar from her father. She moved her production to slightly larger and considerably newer cellars in the centre of the rather...

Region: France - Burgundy
Terroir: Maçon

Céline and Laurent Tripoz cultivate 11 hectares (27 acres) of vineyards in and around the village of Loché, just 10 minutes South-West of Mâcon. Having been completely free of herbicides and chemicals since 2001 they have been certified organic and biodynamic...

Region: France - Beaujolais
Terroir: Durette

Jean Joly acquired several parcels of vines around Régnié-Durette 20 miles South of Mâcon in 2006 and has been making extraordinary wines from multiple parcels of vines around the Château de Durette since 2007.  He has created a new production facility that...

Region: France - South West
Terroir: Cahors

Isabelle Rey-Auriat inherited her 14 hectare (35 acre) estate from her mother. Deeply committed to Cahors and its unique terroir and an enthusiastic supporter of Malbec, Isabelle has an instinctive feel for her native terroir. She took over the...

Region: France - Rhône
Terroir: Lirac

The cellars of Roquemaure are situated on the western edge of the mighty Rhône, 20km (12 miles) North of Avignon between the villages of Tavel and Châteauneuf-du-Pape. In 1922, the growers from nine surrounding villages settled their differences and pooled their...

Region: France - Provence
Terroir: Ventoux

Domaine Saint Jean du Barroux is owned by Philippe Gimel, a master of all things Rhône. He learned his trade at Beaucastel, La Janasse, Pierre Bise and Château Devès. After such a start he was bound to make his mark and...

Region: France - Provence
Terroir: Le Destet

Luc and Lucienne Cartier, together with their daughter Eve and Luc's brother Frédéri produce delicious, natural, organic wines from the family's vineyard in the Parc Naturel des Alpilles. Almost equidistant between Avignon, Arles and Salon-de-Provence, this is truly one of...

Region: France - Provence
Terroir: Saint-Maximin

We feel particularly lucky that one of the first vineyards that we worked with to bring natural, organic wines to the UK was the Domaine du Deffends and the de Lanversin family. Their wines are delicious, of course, and their beautiful...

Region: France - Provence
Terroir: Séguret

Jean and Martine David started their work on their 17 hectare (42 acre) domaine in Séguret, 27 miles North-East of Avignon in 1987. They produce only 10,000 cases of wine at most every year, in seven different cuvées.

The Davids...

Region: France - Languedoc
Terroir: Terrasses du Larzac

Pascal Fullá gave up his legal career in 1998 and acquired five parcels of vines in the Terrasses du Larzac area of Languedoc just North of Montpellier, built a winery and Mas de l'Ecriture was born. Fifteen years later...

Region: France - Languedoc
Terroir: Terrasses du Larzac

Virgile Joly acquired his first tiny parcel of vines in Saint Saturnin at the foot of the Larzac in 2001. A terroir made up of stone and clay river terraces sweeping down to the riverbank itself, blessed by the...

Region: France - Languedoc
Terroir: Assignan

Hildegard Horat-Diop, has conquered her adopted home of Languedoc, despite starting her winemaking life as a Swiss import herself, and consistently refusing to tow the "party line", farming organically and producing naturally from the start, despite enormous local scepticism.

From the...

Region: France - Roussillon
Terroir: Les Aspres

The Vaquer terroir, just 20km (12 miles) North of the Spanish border and a similar distance South of Perpignan, was bought by Bernard Vaquer in 1912 and over long years it was the Vaquer Family who were instrumental in the...

Birgit began making wine on her family's vineyard in 1990, taking on a 400-year tradition that stretched back to 1632. In the lee of the enormous Neusiedlersee, Birgit cultivates 55 acres (22 hectares) of vines.  Gamay, Zweigelt, St. Laurent, Pinot Noir, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Sauvignon...

Region: Austria
Terroir: Wagram

Franz Leth represents the third generation of his family to make wine in The Wagram, 50 miles North-West of Vienna.  In this area names by the "Wogenrain“ - a bank of the Danube - the fertile loess soils provide ideal wine-growing terroir.


Region: North America - Canada
Terroir: Niagara

The story of Pillitteri started in 1965 when Gary and Lena Pillitteri settled in Niagara on the Lake, now an official appellation on the Niagara Peninsula, the largest wine-producing region in Ontario.

After years of growing fruit, they turned their...

The António Lopes vineyard was founded in 1967 in Cortes in what was then called Extremadura about 90 miles (140km) North of Lisbon. As the vineyard approaches its 50th year of production it has established its reputation as one of the most innovative...

The Quinta do Convento de Nossa Senhora da Visitação combines historic traditions and modern methods with extraordinary elegance.

Wine production here was only re-started by Cristina Albuquerque in 2004 following a 10-year programme of restoration of the house and estate on the site...

The family-owned Vidigal winery was founded in 1960 and now under the leadership of António Mendes Lopes it focuses on the production of well-crafted Reserves from Portugal's most storied wine growing areas.  Long appreciated across Scandinavia and Norway, Vidigal produces more than 40 extraordinary...