Germany and Switzerland are two significant wine regions often clouded by stereotypes—Germany's Rieslings dismissed as ‘all sweet’, and Swiss wines relegated to 'casual alpine drinking'. Yet, our passion for wines dispels these myths, spotlighting wines brimming with structure, quality, and complexity. In Germany, we source dry (trocken) Rieslings and exquisite Spätburgunders, encapsulating the instrumental geology and climate in regions like Mosel, Rheingau, Rheinhessen and Pfalz boast well-drained, slate-rich soils and cool-moderate climate favouring slow ripening process that enhances aromatic complexity and acid structure. 

Our Swiss collection often features the French and German-speaking cantons, championing wines that epitomize elegance, finesse, and precision. Mainly choosing Pinot Noir and Chardonnay, these Swiss wines are crafted under alpine climate conditions with a touch of Burgundian influence. Switzerland's diverse geology, encompassing alpine and glacial soils, alongside its altitude, foster an array of grape varieties, making both regions emerging sanctuaries for impeccably balanced white wines and perfumed, aromatic renditions of structured light reds.