Meet Our Producers

"Ultimately, we want to sell great quality wine and have come to think that this depends to a large extent on good farming.

We focus on smaller growers who farm their vineyards with care and respect for the environment but most importantly, offer quality, value, and uniqueness to our customers."

Ben Slater
Founder, 266 Wines
Currently working 6 hectares around the village of Landreville in the far South of Champagne, Charles Dufour has managed to combine the region’s tradition of base wine blending with organic
A new project centred on a selection of Southern California’s most ancient vineyards. Our friend Abe Schoener spent the best part of two decades developing his knowledge and unique interpretation
François Rousset-Martin has made a name for himself in recent years with some of the most fêted examples of topped up or ‘ouillé’ style wines currently being produced in the
Back in the early 2000s, before anyone outside of a handful of cult Napa producers was looking seriously at bottling the historic old single vineyards of California, Abe Schoener started
Ori Marani, founded by husband and wife team Bastien Warskotte and Nino Gvantseladze in 2016 in the Shida Kartli region of Georgia.
We once asked Arturo Blanco what the philosophy at Bodegas Artuke was and he simply replied ‘we are farmers’.
Situated amongst the hills outside of Caiazzo, Paola Riccio has been championing the rare Pallagrello grape since 2002.
Laure and Clement represent the fourth generation to produce wine at Champagne Louis Nicaise which was founded just after World War One. Inspired by Clement’s work at Champagne Jacques Selosse
Steve Lagier and Carole Meredith first bought their remote property high up on Mt. Veeder back in 1984. After many years of preparing the ground and planting a vineyard they
When Hubert Soreau arrived in Champagne from the north of France as a child, the family moved to a house just across from one of the oldest Clos in Champagne.
Pollen Cider started out as an experiment in 2013 when Ben sought out a small plot of untreated standard trees in Somerset to make his first Pet-Nat bottling.
La Noblaie is one of the most historic domaines in Chinon. Wine has been made here for so long that they still use a chalk fermentation vat.
Unusually for Marlborough, Folium is a small-scale winery with eight hectares in the Brancott Valley.
Due Terre is based on important, historic relationships with small, family growers working organically on the varied sand and calcareous soils of Mt. Bonifato.
Château du Coing is one of the oldest estates in Muscadet. Originally purchased by Bernard Chéreau 1973 (a trailblazer in recognising the quality potential for a region dominated by bulk