Wilson Daniels inspires and promotes a passion for wine from the most distinguished properties and terroirs around the world through exceptional marketing, education and brand-building. We develop mutually rewarding, long-term relationships with our winery and trade partners, while striving to be globally recognized as the leader of fine wines, setting the standard for integrity, quality and excellence. Our Portfolio Summary Chart provides key points about each of our winery partners and the wines they produce.
Portfolio Summary Chart
There are many new partnerships in our 2021 portfolio edition that we are proud to highlight. Our partnership with Familia Torres, formed in the fall of last year, marks a milestone for the company. The inclusion of the Familia Torres’ premium and super premium wines from Penedès, Priorat, Ribera del Duero, Rueda, Rioja and Rias Baixas mark Wilson Daniels’ first venture into Spain’s world-famous market. Familia Torres was founded 150 years ago in Catalonia’s Penedès region. Commanderie de Peyrassol, owned by the Austruy family, had its first harvest in 1256, and its origins date back to the Knights Templar and Order of Malta. Following the two historical pillars of the Commanderie de Peyrassol – legendary hospitality and respect for the land – the Austruy family is bringing Peyrassol to new heights that can be illustrated by the exceptional tenure of the estate. And lastly, Coulée de Serrant, managed by Nicolas Joly, specializes in biodynamic wine; the seven hectares of vines have been certified biodynamic since 1981. The southwest-facing ancient monastic vineyard is located within the boundaries of the Savennières Appellation. Coulée de Serrant is one of very few single-owner French winery properties to be granted its own AOC. Go in depth with our full Portfolio Edition!
Wilson Daniels’ selection of sparkling wines reflects the same pinnacle of quality as the rest of their portfolio. Representing diverse regions and styles, these effervescent offerings demonstrate their distinct terroirs, winemaking practices and histories, and certainly the passion of the families behind the bubbles.