Tracing its roots back as far as the 6th Century BC, the French wine making tradition is one that focuses heavily on the terroir or the place and culture from which the grape originates. There is no homogeneity here - each region has its own story to tell, making many, such as the inimitable Champagne region, unique.
Italy is one of the world's largest wine producing countries and offers an exciting diversity of wine styles from sparkling prosecco, crisp whites, big robust reds, stunning dessert and fortified styles.
Arquilla proudly boasts a range of Italian wines reflecting this diversity. Our wines are expertly sourced from the majority of wine growing regions of Italy, are individually chosen to provide our customers with the optimum choice of variety and vintages. We are very proud to have the privilege of representing some of the most prestigious wine makers in Italy, whose expertise and artisan skills have made them undeniably the most awarded names in Italian wine.
Spain has a long tradition in winemaking and is the third largest producer of wine in the world. It is known for the production of fortified wines and best known is its fortified wine Sherry.
With a history of wine making and vine growing which extends back to colonial times, New Zealand has become home to what critics consider the world's best Sauvignon Blanc. The Marlborough region in the northeastern corner of New Zealand is considered by some as the best place in the world to grow Sauvignon Blanc grapes.