“Tasting a great wine is like experiencing a moment that has been frozen in time! “
Spinneys prides itself by showcasing some of the world’s leading brands from the old world or Northern Hemisphere being Louis Jadot, Mouton Cadet by Baron Philippe de Rothschild, Dourthe, Pascal Jolivet, Antinori, Zonin, Michele Chiarlo, Villa Sandi, Marques de Riscal and the famous wine merchants range Berry Brothers & Rudd the official supplier in the UK to the Queen. From the New world or southern hemisphere we have similar representation in Concha Y Toro, Trapiche, Oyster Bay, St Clair, Cloudy Bay, Peter Lehman, D’Arenberg, Nederberg & E&J Gallo from California, Yes….Spinneys has it all and more!
With access to one of the largest fine wine lists and en-primeur selections through its sister company MMI (Dubai), the Spinneys fine wine list is unrivalled in its choice to sommeliers, hotel trade, restaurateurs and indeed our private retail customers. Listed are the classic French First growths through to the great Super Tuscans that now are in high demand to smaller boutique producers. If French and Italian wines are not for you then there is also a large collection of fine wines from countries like USA, Australia, Chile, South Africa and Lebanon to choose from.
With a experienced wine manager based in the market representing Spinneys you can be rest assured support is on hand to help with training, marketing, and wine related matters. Hopefully we fulfill our customers both trade and private as the number one point of contact and the go to wine supplier when it comes to any enquiries. We are indeed professional, passionate and knowledgeable.
The Accademia Antinori was created to increase appreciation and celebrate all forms of art related to the Tuscan territory and winemaking traditions. A patrimony that the family wishes to preserve, promote and exhibit. The Accademia collects, protects and preserves artwork connected to Tuscan traditions.
Boisset is a family-owned collection of historic and unique wineries bound together by a common cause: authentic, terroir-driven wines in harmony with their history, their future and the land and people essential to their existence.
Chapoutier is one of the most recognizable – and sizeable – producers in the Rhône Valley. It is known for its wines from both the north and south of the valley, but in particular for its red and white Hermitage wines, made from Syrah and a blend of Marsanne and Roussanne, respectively.
Concha Y Toro
Concha y Toro is the second winery with most mentions in Top 100 Best Winery of the Year of Wine & Spirits. The prestigious publication highlighted Concha y Toro’s consistent quality, making it the only Chilean winery named 26 times in this ranking.
d’Arenberg are known for the quirky names of their wines, and their specialism in the vines of the Rhône valley. They also produce many of their wines in a traditional manner, using basket pressing for both reds and whites (the only winery in Australia to do so) & leaving the vast majority of the red wines unfiltered and unfined which can cause the wine to throw a sediment in bottle but leaves the flavour intact.
De Bortoli Wines is a third generation family wine company established by Vittorio and Giuseppina De Bortoli in 1928. The couple emigrated to Australia from Northern Italy, from mountain villages at the foothills of the Italian Alps, near the historic town of Asolo.
Stellenbosch Drostdy Hof is an approachable, accessible, unintimidating and sociable South African brand that has long been trusted for its consistent, great flavor, taste and quality. It offers a wide choice of quality blends and pack sizes with the added convenience of a variety of pack formats at great value prices.
The unique location of Durbanville Hills’ cellar a mere 20 minutes from Cape Town’s city centre, offers not only a spectacular view of Table Mountain and Table Bay, but also an extraordinary terroir that stabilises temperatures and eliminates extremes of heat and cold.
Named after South Africa’s most iconic bay, which frames much of the country’s premium winelands, False Bay Vineyards was borne out of a desire to make ‘real’ wine affordable. In 1994, Paul Boutinot came to the Western Cape to seek out and rescue grapes from old, balanced and under-appreciated vineyards.
Faustino is the largest land owner in Rioja, with 650ha of vineyards in the Rioja DOC – primarily in the Rioja Alavesa and Rioja Alta regions spanning Laguardia, Logroño and Mendavia y Oyón, which accounts for 50% of all Faustino production and 100% of Faustino Gran Reserva and Reserva.
Gérard Bertrand (born January 27, 1965) is a former rugby union player who represented France, RC Narbonne, and the Stade Français and then retired from rugby to take over the family estate after the accidental death of his father to become a renowned winemaker of Languedoc-Roussillon.
Louis Michael Fils
A firmly rooted sense of excellence is passed down from generation to generation. Louis Michel & Fils hasalways been a family business, and is managed today by Guillaume Michel, who takes great pride inperpetuating the Domaine’s ethos.
Zealand’ s premium wine brands. The Elspeth range has a particular reputation for outstanding Bordeaux varietal reds and Syrah – produced from superior grapes grown in the Gimblett Gravels Wine Growing District.
Mouton Cadet was created in 1930 by a decision of Baron Philippe de Rothschild, who wanted to make part of his production more accessible. He therefore had part of the red wine produced by Château Mouton Rothschild downgraded. Since then, this cuvée remains a classic for all red wine lovers.
Nederburg in Paarl is one of South Africa’s most awarded wineries with a prize-winning pedigree that stems from a culture of innovation and disciplined attention to detail. The wines are refreshing and richly fruited with bold flavours and structure. Their hallmark combination of contemporary, vibrant flavour and classical structure blends the best of both worlds – the New and the Old.
Oyster Bay Wines is a New Zealand wine producer primarily known for its Sauvignon Blanc wines from Marlborough. It was established by family-owned company Delegats, and its inaugural vintage was named best Sauvignon Blanc at the 1991 International Wine and Spirit Competition.
Pascal Jolivet is one of the most dynamic ambassadors of wine in the world. The Frenchman has impeccable grape DNA. Both his great-grandfather Louis and grandfather Lucien were winemakers.
The Piccini family’s most prominent wines are its selection of Chianti DOCG wines including riserva, superiore and classico, as well as a Vino Nobile di Montepulciano. Sangiovese is the dominant red variety, which is also heavily featured in its IGT selection and its single Brunello di Montalcino estate.
Planeta is a producer of wine, the heritage of seventeen generations. An extensive voyage through time but also through Sicily – a true continent of wine – and present in five of its most representative regions: Menfi, Vittoria, Noto, Etna and Capo Milazzo.
Ruffino is a wine producer based in the Tuscany region of Italy. Founded in 1877, the winery was purchased by the Brescian Folonari family in 1913. In 1999 the Folonari business was split, with the brothers Paolo and Marco retaining the Ruffino name for their operation.
Inverarity Morton is proud to announce a new UK exclusive in the form of Sea Change – a range of innovative, environmentally conscious wines that will help save our oceans, one glass at a time. Sea Change wines support ocean conservation through direct partnerships with key ocean and marine focussed charities.
Shaw & Smith
Owner and Co-founder – Michael Hill Smith was the first Australian to pass the rigorous Master of Wine examination in 1988. Michael is an international wine judge, wine consultant and strong advocate for Australian fine wine both within Australia and internationally.
The first vines at the Cape were planted in the gardens of the Dutch East India company at the foot of majestic Table Mountain. These were the small beginnings of what has now become one of the world’s most respected wine producing regions.
In its native Spain, Familia Torres produces wine in 9 Designations of Origin. Besides, the company is also present in Russian River Valley, California, and in Valle Central, Chile, a country in which it has had a significant impact.
Trapiche Vineyards stands out for its premium standards in viticulture and winemaking. Founded in 1883, Trapiche is one of the oldest brands of wines produced in Argentina. The leading export winery of Argentina, Trapiche produces more than 3.5 million cases of wine per year and is available in over 80 countries.
Treasury Wine Estate
Treasury Wine Estates is an Australian global winemaking and distribution business with headquarters in Melbourne. It was formerly the wine division of international brewing company Foster’s Group.
Two Oceans wine takes its name from the two great oceans that converge at the Cape, the warm Indian and the bracingly cold Atlantic.
Devoted to wine culture for many generations, the Moretti Polegato family, owner of the villa, have fostered this ancient tradition by making Villa Sandi the headquarters of the winery, and by promoting grape growing in the area on a modern basis.
The Zonin family’s portfolio includes nine wineries located in seven of the most renowned wine regions in Italy. Every wine made by the Zonin Family is inspired by the philosophy of preserving the local winemaking traditions, land and culture of their respective Regions.
The Zuccardi winery in the Uco Valley, Mendoza, is a glowing symbol of how far this Argentine wine family has come since its foundation in 1963 by Alberto Zuccardi. Today it is focused on making precise, terroir-driven wines with a particular focus on Malbec but a diverse portfolio ranging from Bonarda to Semillon.