Our Partners

We have, over decades, built long-standing relationships with producers scattering the globe, with a core focus in France, but never forgetting the importance of diversity in experience. We are proud to call these producers our partners and friends.

Champagne Nicolas Feuillatte

Champagne Nicolas Feuillatte, the third largest Champagne brand worldwide and the best-seller in France today, has seen remarkable improvement in quality over the years. It is a brand rooted in its territory, born in enchanting earth, with 4,500 wine growers.

Domaines des Malandes

A family estate combining traditional winemaking with the best modern equipment, Domaine des Malandes has nurtured each of their grapes with care and respect, contributing to the finess of high quality wines, which have achieved many international awards and good ratings from Decanter, Bettane+Desseauve, James Suckling, to name a few.

Domaine Henri Rebourseau

Behind Domaine Henri Rebourseau is the notable Bouygues family, who also owns Chateau Montrose. Rebourseau employs only traditional cultivation methods, combining 100% organic winegrowing with biodynamic practices. The wines are great to drink and to hold. Back in the 1930s, It was already on the list of top wines along with the best producers, including Domaine de la Romanee Conti, the most expensive Burgundy wine in the world.

The Mascot

Harlan Estate, BOND, and Promontory: these cult wines from the Harlan family need no introduction, yet may unfortunately be inaccessible to many wine lovers. The Mascot, made from younger vines of the three “Grand Vins” was conceived by Will Harlan, the second generation of the Harlan Family with the objective of bringing the Harlan experience to more wine enthusiasts around the world, with the same meticulous wine making practices as their other wines.

Boschendal Estate

Boschendal (literally meaning “Bush & Valley”) was established in 1685, making it one of the oldest wineries in the New World. The land was originally granted in 1685 to the French Huguenot emigre, Jean Le Long, who sought sanctuary in the Cape. Ideally situated between the iconic areas of Stellenbosch & Franschhoek, this position allows for a variety of cultivars to flourish; showing great balance, complexity and varietal typicity.

Domaine Drouhin Oregon

Domaine Drouhin Oregon represents a perfect marriage between a Burgundian soul and American soil lying atop the famous Dundee Hills region. The Domaine produces wines of distinction, balance, elegance, and longevity, including their internationally acclaimed Pinot Noir cuvees and minuscule production of Chardonnay which was declared by Decanter as "Best of the New World. Their wines have been highly rated by top wine critics including James Suckling.

Domaine Arnaud Baillot

Domaine Arnaud Baillot is considered as a rising star with with top-tier plots in Beaune, at the heart of the Cote d’Or, and has started to receive much recognition. Passionate about the diversity of wines the Burgundy Region has to offer, Arnaud Baillot, owner and winemaker, has teamed up with his wife Laure (granddaughter of the founder of Domaine Hudelot Noellat in Chambolle Musigny), to produce a spectacular range of villages and crus over seven hectares of organic certified vineyards. Their Philosophy is to respect and promote the complexity and biodiversity of Burgundy wine region while producing terroir driven wines.

Maison Marchand Tawse

Marchand Tawse is owned by Pascal Marchand and Moray Tawse. Pascal has a reputation as one of the finest winemakers in Burgundy. He has been receiving excellent critical recognition with Burghound’s Allen Meadows recently declaring himself very favorably impressed following a tasting in Pascal’s cellars. All of Pascal's wines are made biodynamically with a natural and sustainable viticulture practice.

Domaine Parent

Domaine Parent is headed by two sisters, Anne and Catherine Parent. The Domaine makes truly amazing wines with purity, complexity, elegance and power in the traditional Burgundian style along Pommard and Corton. Their wines are very often highly rated by Allen Meadows, who described them as "rich", "supple", "expressive" and "persistent".

Domaine Alain Michelot

Domaine Alain Michelot specializes in Nuits Saint Georges and Morey Saint Denis, and has been well recognized in both regions. The property dates back to the end of the 19th century around 1880. Four generations of winemakers have contributed to the reputation of this Domaine which has as its goals authenticity and quality.

Domaine Remoriquet

Domaine Remoriquet can trace its history back to 1890. This family owned winery is run by Gilles who is the 4th generation of Remoriquets. Gilles makes a fine range of wines, mostly from Nuits St Georges, plus a rare and famed 1er Cru of Vosne Romanee - Au Dessus Malconsorts - which is located just next to La Tache. The Remoriquet produces brilliant value wines which are finely structured and have great ageability.

Ronan by Clinet

Ronan by Clinet was the vision of owner of Chateau Clinet, Ronan Laborde, who in 2009 was looking to extend the range of production of this relatively small Pomerol estate. The team at Clinet brings its technical savoir- faire in quality wine production, working in partnership with producers from neighbouring terroirs including Cotes de Castillon, Bourg, and Bordeaux. The result is a delicately spiced fruit forward wine which combines the style, innovation, and tradition of Clinet, offering exceptional value for money.

Chateau Leoube

Chateau Leoube is a notable icon in Cotes de Provence, led by the internationally-famed winemaker Romain Ott, producing a range of highly-rated artisanal organic wines. Romain believes in strengthening the land’s biodiversity and natural defenses by employing traditional growing methods and using only natural, non-toxic treatments.

Domaine Francois Buffet

Founded in the 17th century, Domaine Francois Buffet is a specialist in Volnay covering 7.5 hectares of vineyard, with several well-known 1er Cru. They adopt an organic approach to their vineyard. Their Volnay is known for their great value alongside with long agebility.

Domaine Genot Boulanger

Domaine Genot Boulanger is a rising family estate which has been rejuvenated by the 4th generation vignerons Aude and Guillaume Lavollee since 2008. Drastic re-organization and a re-direction to organic farming have produced a huge step up in the quality of the estate's wines; and they are certainly a name to know.

Domaine de Cristia

Established by Etienne Grangeon in the 1950s, Domaine de Cristia originally started with just over two hectares of Grenache which grew under the leadership of Alain, his son, who joined the estate in 1963. Today, the three generations of winegrowers share their passion and their know-how on the 42 hectares of land, covering appellations of Chateauneuf du Pape, Cotes du Rhone Villages, Crozes Hermitage etc. Their oldest Grenache vines are over 100 years old, while their Syrah and Mourvedre are on average 55 years of age.

Quinta do Carmo

After a long joint venture with the prestigious Lafite Rothschild group, Bacalhoa Vinhos de Portugal acquired the entire Quinta do Carmo Estate in 2008, which, at that point, became the centre of winemaking and production centre for all of the Alentejan Bacalhoa Group wines. The modern and attractively-built winery underwent considerable renovation both in terms of technological advancement and also in the technique of wine production.

Champagne Pertois Lebrun

The history of Champagne Pertois Lebrun dates back to the early 1900s, with Clement and Antoine being the 5th generation of winegrowers today producing exclusively Grands Crus Blanc de Blancs, from their 9 hectares of vineyards spreading across the most prestigious villages of Cote des Blancs with “Grand Cru” distinction. They approach the vines with respect and humility, by using eco-responsible and sustainable winegrowing techniques.

Castello Tricerchi

The Tricerchi family was a part of the Sienese oligarchy back in the 12th century. They have established Castello Tricerchi in 1441, and today lived and managed by their 17th generation, the Squarcia family. The estate extends for 400 hectares on the north side of Montalcino, using organic agricultural practice. The vineyards, planted in 1995, cultivated with Sangiovese at 300 meters above sea level with north and west exposure. This position benefits from the unique microclimate and terroir of the north side of Montalcino, cooler and more protected, guaranteeing constant ripening of the grapes, for wines of marked freshness and elegance.

Champagne Philippe Lancelot

Champagne Philippe Lancelot is the fifth generation of winegrowers in the commune of Cramant, a grand cru village on the Cote des Blancs. Since 2010, this avant-garde and evolving vigneron has been implementing the organic conversion to his own vineyards covering an area of about 4 hectares in Cramant with minisule production, a 100% grand cru village, which guarantees an incredible expression of the terroir and the grapes.

Omtis Fine Wines has an extensive portfolio of fine wines and artisan cuvees including special selection sets, vertical collections as well as back vintages. Over the years, Omtis has established great partnerships with top Chateaux and Domaines in France as well as wineries in the most renowned wine regions of the World. We also have a wide range of agency wines and special selections from boutique and artisan wineries predominantly in France. Our wines have been very well received by International wine experts as well as both local and overseas sommeliers.

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