Exclusive to Justerinis

The Justerinis Buyers travel annually to family-run domaines, estates and chateaux around the world - Bordeaux, Burgundy, the Loire, Germany and Piedmont to name just a few - in search of these great wines. This takes us to some of the most famous vineyards and the greatest producers. At the same time we also pride ourselves on constantly seeking out the bright winemaking talent and stars of the future. Please browse through our extremely proud portfolio here.

Argentina & Chile

Aristos

Aristos meaning "noble" or "excellent" in Ancient Greek is a project born a few years ago out of three people's common passion for making the finest wines possible: Louis-Michel Liger-Belair of Domaine du Comte Liger Belair, Francois Massoc (award ... read more.

Familia Cassone

The Cassone family first arrived in Argentina from Piedmont in the 19th century. Entrepreneur Roberto Cassone started making wine in the 1950s in very small quantities and passed down his knowledge and enthusiasm for wine to his son and current ... read more.

Australia

Mountadam

Established in 1972 as one of Australia's pioneer Chardonnay producers, Mountadam was founded by the late David Wynn, without question one of the most significant contributors to the Australian wine industry and an important part of the Mountadam ... read more.

Voyager Estate

There is undoubtedly something special about Margaret River - It is hardly surprising that it is commonly referred to as a viticulturist’s paradise. Come harvest time, when Kangaroos can be a threat to tasty ripe grapes, pickers are often rounded ... read more.

Apsley Gorge

Owner Brian Franklin planted the Apsley Gorge vineyard near the Douglas Apsley National Park north of Bicheno in 1988. Having spent a vintage with Domaine Fourrier in Gevrey Chambertin, he started to employ several Burgundian practices in the wine ... read more.

Beaujolais

Château De Raousset

This is a prestigious Beaujolais Château that is fortunate enough to have some prime, well-exposed granite based vineyards in three Crus: Fleurie, Morgon, and Chiroubles. The traditional Beaujolais fermentation method is employed which, in addition ... read more.

Bordeaux

Château Ausone

Ausone is undoubtedly one of the legendary properties in Bordeaux, its reputation supported as much by its rarity as by the exceptional quality of its wines. In 1996, the 7-hectare vineyard and its elegant chateau, which stands guard above the main ... read more.

Château d'Yquem

Chateau Yquem is without doubt the grandest and best known of all the great Sauternes estates. In fact, it is widely regarded as one of if not the most exclusive dessert wines produced anywhere in the world. When classified in 1855, Yquem was ... read more.

Château Grand Puy Lacoste

Grand-Puy-Lacoste is a 5ème Cru Classé, located in the appellation of Pauillac. The origin of the property is very old, since the first mention in official documents appear at the beginning of the XVIth century. The estate extends over 225 acres ... read more.

Château Haut Bages Monpelou

This Pauillac estate is owned by the Castéja family who own Chateau Batailley and Trottevieille. The vineyards were formally part of Duhart Milon (owned by the Castéja family in the 16th century ). In 1950 Haut-Bages Monpelou was separated from the ... read more.

Château La Conseillante

Conseillante occupies a charmed position on the border between St Emilion and Pomerol; surrounded by such luminaries as Cheval Blanc, Petrus, VCC and Evangile - so this is good terroir! Winemaker Jean-Michel Laporte is achieving great results; both ... read more.

Château La Grande Maye

Situated in the Côtes de Castillon, where the terroir is similar to the higher vineyards of St Emilion, Château La Grande Maye reminds you that Bordeaux is not just about astronomically priced classed growths. The average age of vines on this 18 ... read more.

Château Les Carmes Haut-Brion

Les Carmes Haut-Brion is located in the appellation of Pessac-Léognan. read more.

Château L'Evangile

Evangile’s origins can be traced back to the 18th century when the estate was known as Fazilleau. It wasn’t until the turn of the 19th century that Monsieur Isambert purchased the domaine and renamed it Evangile. In 1862, Paul Caperon took ownership ... read more.

Château Lynch Bages

Jean-Charles Cazes became the tenant at Lynch Bages in 1934, later purchasing the estate and starting a program of investment, restoring the Chateau and undertaking much work in the vineyards. The estate has since prospered, becoming recognised ... read more.

Château Malescot St Exupery

Malescot St Exupery is a 3ème Cru Classé, located in the appellation of Margaux. read more.

Château Palmer

The eponymous General Charles Palmer purchased this estate in 1814 having stumbled across the region whilst making his way back home after the Battle of Toulouse. The General moved in high society and marketed his wine successfully in London. The ... read more.

Château Peyrat

Many of our customers will know and love Grande Maye, which has for many years been like a house claret to us. Paul Valade’s Cote de Castillon estate is testament to what can be done in this often overlooked appellation. This is a high quality, ... read more.

Château Rayne Vigneau

Rayne Vigneau is a 1er Cru Classé, located in the appellation of Sauternes. read more.

Château Saintayme

From Denis Durantou of Chateau L'Eglise Clinet, Saintayme is from a parcel of 35 year old Merlot vines in Saint Etienne de Lisse. read more.

Château Sociando-Mallet

Sociando Mallet is sometimes described as the Latour of the northern Medoc. The same ridge of gravel that runs through Leoville Las Cases and Latour reappears further up the Gironde estuary just to the north of St Estephe, underneath Sociando. This ... read more.

Château St Pierre

Saint Pierre was one of the most obscure classified growths until very recently, but under the directorship of Henri Martin (owner of Gloria), this small estate his emerged as a somewhat unlikely threat to the established order. In fact, this wine ... read more.

Le Dôme

A unique and well established ‘micro terre’ (rather than micro winery) that produced its first vintage in 1996. Le Dôme is a tiny 1.63 hectare vineyard planted with fifty year old vines situated between Château L’Angélus and Grande Mayne. Owner, ... read more.

Château Calon Ségur

This is the most northerly of all the wines classified in 1855. The estate is steeped in history, once forming part of the Segur estate which incorporated Phelan Segur as well as Lafite, Latour and Mouton. The Marquis de Segur famously declared that ... read more.

Vieux Château Certan

Alexandre Thienpont’s magnificent Pomerol estate is capable of producing exquisite wines; and they regularly do. The elegant structure of the Chateau, covered in ancient wisteria is a fitting building for such an estate. It is understated, but ... read more.

Burgundy

Follin Arbelet

Since Frank Follin inherited vines originally under the control of the Louis Latour empire, he has been making sublime wines of concentration, purity and complexity. All of his vines from Aloxe-Corton, Corton, Pernand-Vergelesses and Romanée St ... read more.

Pierre Boisson

This is one of those rare finds, never before available in the UK until 2011, Boisson Vadot have long been content to sell to a mailing list of private customers in France believing that they should let “people come to them” rather than chasing ... read more.

Maison Leroy

One of the great Domaines in Burgundy, if not the greatest. Centred above immaculate cellars in Vosne-Romanée, the vineyards are run on strict bio-dynamic lines with yields regularly being 18 to 20 hl/ha – about one third of the average Burgundian ... read more.

Anne Gros

Joseph Drouhin

Joseph Drouhin are a family own Domaines and Negociant who command the greatest respect of all the big Burgundy houses. Their knowledge of the land combined with their attention to details in the vineyards as well as their gentle wine making style ... read more.

Prieuré Saint Côme

Owner Jean-Marc Brocard manipulates vines around the village of Préhy planted on a mixture of the unique kimmeridgean and portlandian clay soils that lend such complexity and minerality to his wines. These are very much traditionally made Chablis, ... read more.

Château de Marsannay

Since 2012 Château de Marsannay has been owned by the Halley family, at the same time they bought the Château de Meursault. They own 34 hectares of superbly situated vines, and as with Château de Meursault, have invested heavily in realising the ... read more.

Perrot-Minot

After practising the profession of wine broker for seven years, Christophe Perrot-Minot took over his parent’s estate in 1993. As well as providing renewed vigour and a perfectionist’s approach to the winemaking, Christophe also succeeded in ... read more.

Cecile Tremblay

Rising star Cécile Tremblay, Henri Jayer’s grand-niece, took the reins of her family domaine in 2003, working a total of three hectares of the family’s six hectares. As with all top growers the attention to detail here is in the vineyards. Cécile ... read more.

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Clos De Tart

Clos de Tart was originally established by some cistercian nuns in the 12th Century whose order carried the Notre Dame de Tart. It was was classified as Grand Cru in 1939. Since 1996, this Grand Cru has experienced a revival in fortunes. The wines ... read more.

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Gerald et Philibert Talmard

Domaine Gerald and Philibert talmard is a family Domaine in the small town of Uchizy in the Maconnais. The style of wine Philibert produces here is pure and refreshing, achieved by early picking of ripe grapes whilst they still have good levels of ... read more.

Domaine des Vieilles Pierres

Talented grower Jean-Jacques Litaud is a dedicated man with a small holding of well-placed old vines overlooked by the towering rock of Vergisson, in the southern part of the Maconnais. He describes his Domaine as being “Le maximum traditionel”, the ... read more.

Eric De Suremain

As much as it is a much over-used cliché, there is no doubt that Eric is a real character and very much a ‘hands-on’ man. Every year, after negotiating the tight squeeze through the gates of the splendid Château de Monthélie, we drive up to the ... read more.

Faiveley

Founded in 1825, Domaine Faiveley has seen its fair share of vintages. Based in the Côte de Nuits, this family run domaine has over time, progressed and expanded to such a point that it now owns vines in some of the finest terroirs in Burgundy, ... read more.

Domaine Hubert Lignier

A Domaine based in Morey St Denis that is held in high esteem by both fellow vignerons and Burgundy-lovers alike, Hubert Lignier is a five generation family estate that was first established in 1880. The business continually passed on from father ... read more.

Boisson Vadot

This is one of those rare finds, never before available in the UK until 2011, Boisson Vadot have long been content to sell to a mailing list of private customers in France believing that they should let “people come to them” rather than chasing ... read more.

Domaine Michel Lafarge

Hudelot Noellat

Domaine Hudelot-Noëllat dates back to 1964, when Odile Noellat and Alain Hudelot married and inherited quite the portfolio of fine Burgundy plots, including a 5 ha parcel of Vosne- Romanée. Nowadays, the domaine’s portfolio traverses all of ... read more.

California

Peay Vineyards

It is no mean feat finding Peay. The road you take from Geyserville twists and turns its way across high barren ridges and through densely wooded valleys, traversing a tectonically crumpled stretch of land as you head west, straight towards the ... read more.

Heitz Cellar

Founded by pioneering Napa growers Joe and Alice Heitz in 1961, the estate is now run by daughter Kathleen Heitz-Myers and is in finer fettle than ever before. Joe and Alice helped Heitz grow into cult status and along the way championed the cause ... read more.

Cain Cellars

Cain Five, whose precipitous vineyards high on Spring Mountain have been carefully nurtured by the intellectual and erudite Chris Howell for over 20 years now, continues to fly just under the radar of the trophy hunting Californian wine purchaser. ... read more.

Champagne

Pascal Doquet

Pascal Doquet established his own estate in 2004, but prior to that had been making wine under his parents’ label, Doquet-Jeanmaire, since 1982. Mesnil vines have been in the family since his maternal grandfather started making wine in the 1930s. ... read more.

Jacques Selosse

A domaine that champions the adage, quality over quantity, Alselme Selosse is exacting when it comes to his champagnes. Since 1980 he has been in charge of the domaine and oversees all the grand cru holdings spanning Avize, Cramant, and Oger. With a ... read more.

Philipponnat

The arrival of Charles Philipponnat in 2000 appears to have resulted in a turn in Champagne Philipponnat’s fortunes. Not only does their flagship wine, Clos de Goisses, continue to get rave reviews, and rightly so as this is widely acknowledge as ... read more.

Vranken Pommery

Pommery

In 1874 Pommery created the very first successfully marketed Brut Champagne. To assure the quality associated with this original innovation, Pommery used grapes from 300 ha of Grand Cru vineyards on the Montagne de Reims and the Côtes de Blancs. ... read more.

Germany

Bernhard Huber

The 2012 edition of German Wine Bible "Gault & Millau" rates a total of 10 growers across the whole of Germany as five star producers (we list 7 of them). In Baden, the region that lies just across the Rhine from Alsace, nestled below the black ... read more.

Schloss Lieser

This Estate is one of the new stars of the Mosel that in Thomas Haag (son of Wilhelm at Fritz Haag), has one of Germany’s brightest up and coming winemakers. His prime plots of land are in the top due south-facing Niederberg Helden vineyard of ... read more.

Battenfeld-Spanier

Kuhling-Gillot and Battenfeld-Spanier represent two estates brought together by marriage but produced by one winemaking team in one cellar. Their focus is on producing great dry wines from top Rheinhessen vineyards with a minimum of intervention. In ... read more.

JJ Prüm

Manfred Prüm runs one of the Mosel’s, if not the whole of Germany’s, most revered and respected Estates. It is also amongst the most enigmatic as no-one has yet made it down to his mysterious cellars. Manfred is certainly one of the world’s more ... read more.

Spreitzer

A magnificent 17 ha estate at Oestrich in the widest part of the Rhine, where sun reflection and humidity are so important. The Spreitzer brothers are a young team that in the last few years has elevated this into one of the Rheingau's great ... read more.

Von Schubert

This estate is centred on a former monastic Manor House at the foot of the Maximin Grünhaus hill close to a narrow tributary of the Mosel, the Ruwer. This towering hill is responsible for world famous wines of Carl von Schubert whose sensible ... read more.

Rudolf Furst

The Furst family is said to have been involved in winemaking since the 17th century, during which time Spatburgunder vines have been a constant presence in Burgstadt. The sudden death of Rudolf Furst in 1975 saw his son Paul take over, a tenure that ... read more.

Zilliken

The life of a Saar Riesling grower is not an easy one. Possibly one of the coldest and most marginal corners of Germany, the Saar can produce some of the world’s great white wine in hot sunny years such as 1990. However, these are usually ... read more.

Hungary

Holdvölgy

Holdvölgy, Hungarian for Valley of the Moon, is an absolutely thrilling discovery for J&B. The likes of Bordeaux, Burgundy, Rhone and Barolo might be the most popular and fastest-developing areas of our portfolio but every now and again something ... read more.

Italy

Duemani

Luca d'Attoma is a highly respected Tuscan wine consultant, employers have included Azienda Agricola Le Macchiole in Bolgheri and Tua Rita, who, along with wife Elena Celli, eventually realised a dream to produce his own wine. Luca and Elena are the ... read more.

Viviani

The Vivianis are an artisanal winemaking couple who are passionate about wine, passionate about their region and partial to the odd fine Burgundy too. From their vineyards in the Mazzano zone of Valpolicella Classico with stunning vistas over the ... read more.

Piero Busso

Piero Busso, with his bright young son Pierguido, is starting to drive quality to greater heights at this top-drawer family Barbaresco domaine. Founded by Guido Busso in the fifties, this domaine is based in Neive and has at its core some fine ... read more.

Paolo Scavino

One of Italy’s great Estates with holdings in Barolos finest Crus, Cannubi, Bric del Fiasc and Rocche dell’Annuziata. Along with Elio Altare, Enrico Scavino is surely responsible for the great reputation Piedmont has today. Since the 1980s he has ... read more.

Matteo Correggia

Matteo Corregia learned everything about the vine from his father and, having never gone to any kind of oenology college, was taught his winemaking skills by Elio Altare and other local friends. Matteo started bottling his own wine with great ... read more.

Elio Altare

Elio has done Piedmont wines a great service over the last two decades. Not only has the outstanding quality of his delightful ‘La Morra’ Barolo wines raised Piedmont’s profile, but he has taken many younger growers, such as Marco Marengo, under his ... read more.

Azelia

Owner Luigi Scavino, cousin and neighbour of Piemonte legend Enrico Scavino, started off life as one of the typical modern Piedmont producers: no expense was spared as new oak was used for the top wines, yields were low and the sparkling new ... read more.

Fratelli Alessandria

An historic Verduno estate that dates back as far as the 8th century. A true family affair Vittore Alessandria, his mother Flavia, father Gian Battista & uncle Ale have been working hard in recent years to give more precision to their charming ... read more.

Marco Marengo

Marco Marengo makes thrilling wines but is still, just about, one of those under the radar producers and as a result the wines offer tremendous value. After working with his father, Mario, for years he finally went it alone in 2001 when his father ... read more.

Sandrone

Sandrone are one of the modern day icons of Barolo. Since moving to their new winery just outside the town of Barolo 13 years ago they have not looked back. Showered with praise for their intense, suave-textured wines, Sandrone exploit 25ha in ... read more.

Cerbaiona

The estate was founded in 1977 by Diego and Nora Molinari. The vineyard spans just three hectares on the north eastern side of Montalcino at 400 metres above sea level, planted with cuttings from the Biondi Santi estate. This micro-Brunello is ... read more.

Le Ragnaie

Le Ragnaie is a wonderful new estate in Montalcino bought following the purchase of land and existing old vines by Riccardo and Jennifer Campinoti. The estate spreads accross15ha, 5ha of which are in the zone where the cellars are based, Le Ragnaie ... read more.

Monteraponi

The Chianti farmhouse of Monteraponi, an ancient medieval hamlet, situated on the hill of the same name, once belonged to Baron Ugo, Marquis of Tuscany in the tenth century. It was not until 2003, however, that current owner Michele Braganti ... read more.

Podere il Palazzino

The Sderci family purchased this ailing estate in 1972 in the prime Monti-Gaiole district of the Classico region. Through a great deal of hard work and investment, they have completely turned around its fortunes. A modern approach is taken here: ... read more.

Fattoria di Lucignano

Tenuta delle Terre Nere

Tenuta delle Terre Nere is a young estate owned by the experienced wine afficionado Marco de Grazia, its first commercial vintage being the 2002. Starting off with one parcel of old goblet vines in the Vigneto Guardiola, Marco has now increased his ... read more.

Tenuta Dell'Ornellaia

Ornellaia needs little introduction. Since the very first vintage in 1985 this estate has been pushing the boundaries of top quality Tuscan wine from the tiny appellation of Bolgheri. Perfectionist levels of care are heaped on the successful ... read more.

Gini

The Gini family are owners of vineyards in the two Classico Grand Crus of Soave, La Frosca and Col Foscarin. The steep vineyard sites are a good vantage point to view the extensive planting on the less favourable flat lands below where much of the ... read more.

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Loire

Thibaud Boudignon

Back in 2011 we got wind of a young wine grower doing very interesting things in Anjou and Savennières. His name came to us via a diverse range of contacts, all of whom happened to work at stellar domaines. Having tasted and been impressed by ... read more.

Famille Lieubeau

Pierre and Chantal Lieubeau started their Domaine in 1982 with just 5ha in Chateau Thebaud, right in the heart of the Muscadet appellation. Today that estate has grown to 70ha through the acquisition of a wonderful array of old vine parcels, whose ... read more.

Domaine de la Taille aux Loups

In 1988, Jacky Blot set up this Domaine attempting to drag the Montlouis appellation out of the shadows of its neighbour, Vouvray. Jacky is one of the world’s greatest exponents of the Chenin Blanc variety, his 12.5 hectares of vines are planted ... read more.

Serge Dagueneau

This is a ‘hands on’ Domaine that firmly believes good wine is made in the vineyard. Serge’s daughter, Valèrie, looks after their 15 hectares of vineyards and makes the wine with a view to preserving as much terroir in the wines as possible. Their ... read more.

New Zealand

Palliser Estate

Pioneers and part of New Zealand’s wine-growing heritage, Palliser estate harvested their first grapes in 1989 and started exporting in 1991. Ever since they have won world-wide recognition for the consistency and outstanding quality of their wines ... read more.

Foxes Island

The highly respected New Zealand winemaker John Belsham, formerly of Nobilo and Hunters, founded Foxes Island in 1992 to focus on exquisitely made, regionally expressive wines; exactly what he had learned to do in France. The estate’s name comes ... read more.

Port

Graham's

The Symington family is firmly committed to innovation, and over the last decade has conducted very substantial research in the field of viticulture and winemaking. Graham’s continues to make some of the best Ports by treading in stone ‘lagares’. ... read more.

Taylor's

Taylor’s is one of the oldest of the founding Port houses and is family owned and independent. The family’s commitment to the future of Port is demonstrated in its single minded dedication to the highest standards in Port production, its continued ... read more.

Rhône

Château Mont Redon

Château Mont-Redon, established in 1344, is one of the oldest wine-producing Estates in France and the largest single property in Châteauneuf-du-Pape. The Estate includes 100 hectares of the most perfectly-sited vineyards in Châteauneuf-du-Pape, ... read more.

Le Bois Pointu

2010 is the fourth vintage of this tiny Châteauneuf production that spans two parcels: Le Pointu in the sandy Nalys/Rayas sector of the appellation and Crois de Boix from Bédarrides. 2007, 2008 and 2009 were made in conjunction with owner Charles ... read more.

Domaine Cros de la Mure

2010 is the fourth vintage of this tiny Châteauneuf production that spans two parcels: Le Pointu in the sandy Nalys/Rayas sector of the appellation and Crois de Boix from Bédarrides. 2007, 2008 and 2009 were made in conjunction with owner Charles ... read more.

Clusel Roch

This small artisanal Domaine, run by Brigitte Roch, Gilbert Clusel and their son Guillaume, only employs organic methods to work its vineyards and for some time have consistently had some of the lowest yields in the region. Such low yields and ... read more.

Domaine Etienne Pochon

Etienne crafts very elegant and surprisingly long-lived Crozes that should be typical of the appellation. Unfortunately, there are many growers with extensive plantings on the plains who do not possess such a burning desire for quality and therefore ... read more.

Paul Jaboulet Ainé

For nearly two hundred years, the hillsides of Hermitage have jealously guarded the secret of a meeting that was to be the start of an extraordinary story… In 1834, Antoine Jaboulet (1807 - 1864) started working the land in this region thereby ... read more.

S & SW France

Clos des Fées

Former sommelier, caviste and wine journalist Hervé Bizeuil established this estate of 7ha in Vingrau in the Roussillon in 1999, converting his garage into a small winery to be ready for his first vintage. The vines span accross a number of ... read more.

Domaine Boucabeille

Jean Boucabeille’s estate is perched on the schist slopes of the Forca Real hill, approximately 20 kms west of Perpignan. The self-contained vineyard amounts to eleven hectares laid out in hundred metre terraces. Orientation is south easterly, ... read more.

La Cave de L'Ormarine

André Perret

South Africa

Rudi Schultz

One of South Africa's outstanding young talents, Rudi Schultz epitomises the exciting new generation of winemakers cropping up in this stunning part of the Cape. After working at Rustenberg and Jordan, Rudi joined Thelema in 2000 where he still ... read more.

Spain & Portugal

Mas Martinet

When Sara Perez talks about her wines you listen. She is one of those infectious characters that manage to explain terroir in ways that are abstract yet wholly understandable. Her passion when talking about the vineyards she exploits is palpable and ... read more.

Ossian

Ossian’s ancient vineyards are located in the village of Nieva in the Spanish province of Segovia. This particular part of Rueda is blessed with a seam of sandy soils that have protected the vines from the dreaded Phylloxera louse. The upshot is a ... read more.

Pinhal da Torre

One of our new fi nds, Pinhal da Torre, are based in the Ribatejo, exploiting a mixture of the indigenous varieties Touriga Nacional, Trincadeira, Tinta Roriz along with international ones such as Cabernet Sauvignon and Syrah to produce Nova Safra ... read more.

Sei Solo

Sei Solo, and Preludio represent the artistic vision of Javier Zaccagnini, a man with 20 years of experience in Ribera del Duero. After six years spent heading up the Ribera del Duero Quality Control Regulatory Board (Consejo Regulador) he has ... read more.

Numanthia Termes

The estate takes its name from the city of Numanthia which in 133 B.C. fought its last battle after a tiresome siege by the Roman Legion. The orginal owners the Egurens wanted to commemorate the fighting spirit this town embodied by naming their ... read more.

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