Charles transmits his passion to the customers with the same energy as we would do. Well done Charles
Natural wines is a broad term that does not clearly describe how the wine has been produced nor does it have a clear definition from a government body. To enhance our transparency we have chosen not to use this term but we prefer to describe our wines with greater precision and finesse. Most of our producers use these methods: Organic or Biodynamic - Hand-harvesting - Fermentation takes place under the action of indigenous yeast - No use of chemicals - Sulfites as low as possible or none.
Our team operates with honesty and transparency to build a relation on knowledge and trust - with you, our customer."
NOMAD WINE IMPORTERS
Nomad Wine Importers LTD was created in 2007 by two Sommeliers with a view to offering the Irish Market some of the best wines from France at the right price. Thierry Grillet (Former Head Sommelier - Restaurant Girardet - 3 Michelin Stars - Swiss) and Charles Derain (Former Head Sommelier - Restaurant P. Guilbaud - 2 Michelin Stars - Ireland) have joined their efforts in making this venture. Their knowledge, experience and network in the wine industry helped them to establish this company.
A relationship built on knowledge and trust. We have selected our producers carefully and we work closely with them to offer some of the best wines from France in the Irish Market. We give our customers wines of high purity and great honesty - even in their simplicity - we always look for a style of wine who has precision and definition. As expert Sommelier, we are constantly thinking about food and wine pairing. Our selection will always give a nice support to the chef's dishes, bring pleasure and joy. The full spectrum of our portfolio is built to reach that goal, from our entry level to our high-end.
Nomad Wine Importers represents the trust link between the producers and the consumers.
MEET THE TEAM
My wine knowledge is based on my sommelier studies in France and my internships in vineyards (Rhône Valley). Working as a sommelier in France and abroad helped me to understand more about the consumers' love for good wine.
This experience helps me to carefully select new producers and continually expand our portfolio.
CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER
My studies of sommeliers gave me the opportunity to work in the greatest restaurants in Europe and share my passion with consumers. My relationships with producers - all recognised for the quality of their work - started three decades ago.
Nowadays, I put my financial background and passion for wine at the service of Nomad Wine Importers.
MARKETING & SALES MANAGER
My oenology studies and my work in vineyards (Languedoc-Roussillon) represent the bedrock on which I keep learning on a daily basis. Wine is a challenging topic that I feel passionate about and love sharing with fellow wine enthusiasts during events and fairs.
I enjoy developing our business which has an evolving, high quality and diverse wine portfolio.
- DOMAINE DES CHENEVIERES   (Organic   )
In 2003, Bernard and Lucette Tremblay, owners of the estate retired and chose Frédéric Guéguen to continue to develop the business. His dream comes true. Thanks to a structural backing of his wife's family domain (Domaine JM Brocard) the growth of this estate is possible. Frédéric has chosen to make and age his wines without oak barrels in order to preserve freshness and mineral make up of this dry white wines.
Frédéric Gueguen is renowned for its production of Chablis, Chablis 1er Cru, and Chablis Grand Cru.
- DOMAINE G & JH GOISOT   (Biodynamic   )
Domaine Goisot is made up of 25 hectares, located in St Bris le Vineux, neighboring Chablis. This estate has existed since the 15th century. The Goisot family believe that great wine begins in the vineyard and they have worked organicaly since 1993. Their goal is to concentrate their efforts on the potential of this terroir.
The Goisot are called "Pope of St-Bris" for their outstanding production of Bourgogne Aligoté, St-Bris and Bourgogne Côte d'Auxerre.
CÔTE DE NUIT REGION
- DOMAINE TAUPENOT-MERME   (Organic   )
The roots of the family estate date back from 1760, and today's superb vineyard holdings in Gevrey-Chambertin, Morey-St-Denis and Chambolle-Musigny were united by the marriage of two winemaking families three generations ago. Now in the hands of 41-year-old Romain Taupenot and his sister Virgine, 36, they are the 7th generation to continue the family tradition. All farming is organic and the wine style here is one of elegance and purity, with a base of finesse rather than power.
Romain & Virgine Taupenot are renowned for their production of Gevrey-Chambertin, Gevrey-Chambertin 1er Cru, Morey-St-Denis 1er Cru, and Charmes Chambertin Grand Cru.
- DOMAINE JACQUES-FREDERIC MUGNIER
Jacques-Fréderic Mugnier represents the fifth generation of his family at Chateau de Chambolle-Musigny. The approach to both viticulture and wine-making is aimed at preserving in the wines the purest expression of Nature with minimal interference from technological practices. Thanks to this philosophy, he has produced a series of fine, fragrant and scintillating wines in the last two decades.
Jacques-Frédéric Mugnier is considered to be one of the best winemakers in Burgundy.
- DOMAINE ARMAND ROUSSEAU
The Domaine was started at the beginning of the 20th century by Armand Rousseau. Headed up by Eric, Armand's grandson, the Rousseau wines are the antithesis of modern, dark-coloured, extracted styles. Here paler colors hide wines of extraordinary class and intensity. This 15 hectare domaine, based in Gevrey, enjoys a reputation of being one of the most distinguished estates in the Côte-d'Or.
The “Rousseau hand” is a style of wine very recognizable: Fine, elegant and an honest, true expression of the vineyards through the Pinot Noir grape and a little piece of the winemaker.
- DOMAINE PONSOT   (Biodynamic   )
Based in Morey-St-Denis, Laurent Ponsot has run the estate since 1983. He spends most of his time in the vineyard. For him, healthy grapes are the most important component in the making very good wine.In general, the beginning of his harvest starts later than his neighbouring producers. He waits until the grape has reached full maturity and sometime even longer.He has only one rule in his vinification process: not to follow any rules. His wines are powerful, rich with a lot of flavours and aromas.
Laurent Ponsot produces a very rare and refined white wine, Morey-St-Denis 1er Cru "Monts Luisants" 100% Aligoté.
- DOMAINE G. ROUMIER
Domaine Georges Roumier has been working passionately for three generations. Georges Roumier made up the international reputation the domain in the 50s. Since 1981, Christophe, George's grandson, runs the estate. The primary goal is to produce wines that express the characteristics specific to each terroir while respecting the vintage year. This requires rigourous methods during viticulture, vinification and ageing processes.
Christophe Roumier's wines are about nuance and sensuality.
- DOMAINE DUROCHE
The family estate extends over 8 hectares of vines around Gevrey-Chambertin, with different types of appellations (Grands crus, 1er crus, Villages and regional). Domaine Duroché's notoriety is fast growing, thanks to the quality of Pierre and Gilles' work and the five prior generations. Cultivation techniques adapt to the climatic variation in order to produce best wine each year.
Duroché's wines are defined by precision and elegance, in which the notion of terroir is undeniable.
- DOMAINE JACQUES CACHEUX & FILS
The Domaine Cacheux Jacques et Fils is located in Vosne-Romanée. Jacques Cacheux began making wine in the 50s, very good friend of Henri Jayer, he retired in 1994. Patrice Cacheux is the fourth generation of winegrowers in the family. The grapes are totally destemmed and then macerated for between 8-10 days. The wines are then matured in oak, 100% new in the 1er Cru and Grand Cru. This results on elegant, silky wines that, whilst eminently approachable when young , have the ability to age gracefully as well.
Patrice Cacheux is well known for its know-how to produce wines ranging from Burgundy AC to some high-end Grand Crus.
- DOMAINE CHARLES AUDOIN
The family estate extends over 14 ha and offers a palette of 12 different “climates" (Marsannay - Gevrey-Chambertin - Pommard). The preservation of their beautiful terroirs and of the environment guide the way the vine is cultivated. Cyril Audoin's ambition for optimum quality has imposed manual harvesting with selective sorting. Old vines and low yields are also key points of their search for quality wines.
Domaine Audoin produces authentic wines expressing their terroir with elegance and clarity.
CÔTE DE BEAUNE REGION
- DOMAINE BACHELET-MONNOT
Domaine Bachelet-Monnot was only formed in 2005 but it has been cranking out the hits from the get go, with each subsequent release outdoing the last. Once you've encountered the tunes of the Bachelet boys, it's very hard to forget them. Unfortunately, other importers from other markets have also cottoned on to the immaculate quality here, so we don't get anywhere near the volumes we would like.
Marc and Alex Bachelet, thanks to the attention to detail in the vines and in the cellar, received immediate recognition for their Chassagne-Montrachet, Puligny-Montrachet and Maranges 1er Cru.
- DOMAINE HUBERT BOUZEREAU-GRUERE & FILLES
Based in Meursault, Hubert's two daughters took over the running of the estate in 2000. Having trained with Jacques Carillon, one of Puligny ‘s greatest growers, Marie-Anne concentrated her efforts on improving the quality of the vineyard. Marie-Anne’s philosophy is that making wine is easy if you have a healthy vineyard. Her sister, Marie-Laure, has taken over the commercial side of things.
A new producer for us, and we believe one of the future finest winemakers in Burgundy.
One of the joys of Burgundy is discovering new producers. This is the very first vintage of Chantereves, a 'negociant-vinificateur' as one-half of the team behind it, Tomoko Kuriyama, told me sternly. She trained at Paul Fürst, Pinot master, and after Geisenheim and experience at some top addresses, she was taken on as estate manager at Friedrich Altenkirch in the Rheingau. Her wines there garnered praise from the likes of Stuart Pigott and Gault Millau as well as doing well in major international wine competitions.
Tomoko Kuriyama and her boyfriend Guillaume Bott embody the new generation of producers.
- DOMAINE SIMON BIZE   (Organic   )
The history of the winery begins in 1880 in Savigny-lès-Beaune with the great grandfather Simon Bize. The grandfather and the father, both also named Simon Bize maintained the family tradition. In 1972, Patrick Bize further developed his father’s goals. 2013 marked the passing of Patrick Bize. His wife Chisa, his sister Marielle, and the entire team perpetuate Patrick’s ever-present goal to pursue quality through careful and exacting work in the vines. The Bize holdings are, with minor exceptions, entirely within the Savigny AOC, a mix of 1er Cru and Villages wines.
Domaine Simon Bize is without doubt Savigny's leading estate. Wines are always pure with a very good freshness and a lovely silky texture.
- DOMAINE BILLARD PERE & FILS
Domaine Billard is located in Roquepot, 15 km south of Beaune. Since 1999 Jerome Billard represents the fourth generation to manages this 17 hectares estate. Jérôme Billard works in reasoned cultivation without weeding, with natural yeasts in order to express the typicity of the terroirs. The domain combines tradition and innovation to produce fine wines that are always pure and well-focused.
Domaine Billard Père & Fils produces 12 different appellations including Auxey-Duresses, Saint-Romain, Beaune, Pommard et Saint-Aubin.
- DOMAINE BONNEAU DU MARTRAY   (Biodynamic   )
This estate is based in Pernand-Vergelesses, in the Côte de Beaune wine-growing region of Burgundy, France. Domaine Bonneau du Martray is the only one in Burgundy to exclusively produce wine from Grand Cru vineyards. The estate is currently owned and managed by Jean-Charles de la Moriniere management and the care of the vineyard toward a biodynamic philosophy and away from the previous use of herbicides to manage weeds and pests. Since he inherited the vineyard from his father in 1994, Jean-Charles has also worked to reduce yields significantly in an effort to improve the intensity and quality.
This family estate is renowned for its production of Corton-Charlemagne.
- DOMAINE CHAVY-CHOUET
This 13 hectares family winery situated in Meursault spread over the villages of Meursault, Saint-Aublin, Volnay, Pommard, and Puligny-Montrachet. Romaric Chavy represents the 7th generations of winemakers in the family. In the vineyard and the cellar, the aim is to produce high-quality wines while being environmentally friendly.
Romaric Chavy is well known for producing very precise and never heavy white wines.
- DOMAINE DE LA POUSSE D'OR   (Biodynamic   )
Domaine de la Pousse d'Or can be traced back to the Dukes of Burgundy and the year 1100. In 1997, Patrick Landanger purchased the 18 hectares of La Pousse d’Or, the domaine had already established a fabulous history and excellent reputation. La Pousse d’Or has been blossoming for more than a century and every vintage, we are floored by the level of quality.
Patrick Landanger gained an international reputation for its production of 1er and Grand Cru in the villages of Morey-Saint-Denis, Chambolle-Musigny, Corton, Pommard, Volnay, Puligny-Montrachet and Santenay.
MÂCON & CÔTE CHALONNAISE REGION
- DOMAINE TROUILLET
Domaine Trouillet is located at the foot of the famous rock of Solutré just south of Mâcon city. This estate - currently managed by Marie-Agnès (3rd generation) and her son William (4th generation) – extends over about twenty hectares today. William doesn't do any treatments to the vineyard and vines are grown in an environmentally-friendly manner using a sustainable approach. One half of the production is vinified in steel tank and the rest in big wooden vat and oak barrels to avoid excess oak sensation.
William Trouillet's wines (Pouilly-Fuissé) have terrific acidity with an impressive weight.
- DOMAINE JEAN-BAPTISTE PONSOT
Jean-Baptiste took over in 2000 at the age of 20 years. He now owns 8.5 hectares of vines in the best soils of the appellation in which two-thirds Rully 1er Cru and a third village composed of 2/3 in White and 1/3 in Red. in 2005 he built a new winery and cellar. The wines are aged in barrels from 20 to 30% new oak for 12 months and then assembled in tank for a period of 3 to 6 months depending on the vintage to keep maximum freshness.
Jean-Baptiste Ponsot is definitely the new star of Rully.
- DOMAINE DES NUGUES
Domaine des Nugues is located in the northern Beaujolais, surrounded by the Crus of Fleurie, Morgon, and Moulin à vent. This 36 hectares estate is in the Gellin family for three générations. Gérard and Gilles, his son cultivate the old vines of Gamay and Chardonnay to produce the best expression of terroir. The average age of vines is 45 years old and some vines are 100 years old more.
Gilles Gellin makes his wines with lots of character and also good structure.
NORTHERN CÔTE DU RHÔNE
- DOMAINE DES LISES
Headed up by Maxime Graillot, son of Alain Graillot, and Thomas Schmittel, Domaine des Lises appeared on the scene with the fabulous 2004 vintage. They are meticulous in their work. Based in Crozes-Hermitage he is a well-focused winemaker, producing artisanal wines with maximum varietal and terroir expression.
Maxime Graillot and Thomas Schmittel’s wines are exuberant and expressive, but perhaps with a bit more fruit power behind them – result of de-stemming nearly all of the grapes. The wines possess an effortless grace and charm that has become a staple of the Graillot style.
- DOMAINE ALAIN GRAILLOT
Maxime Graillot no longer stands in the shadow of his celebrated father. Today he has the senior winemaking role at Domaine Alain Graillot and is carving out his own place in the history of the Northern Rhône. Naturally, he is best known for the outstanding wines that bear his name and it is those that we offer here. The latest releases from Maxime’s own vineyards compare very favourably with those from his father’s, ignoring obvious stylistic differences.
Any lover of Northern Rhône wines should pop a Maxime Graillot bottle of wine to enjoy the real flavours of Crozes-Hermitage wines.
SOUTHERN CÔTE DU RHÔNE
- DOMAINE LA MONTAGNETTE - VIGNERONS D'ESTEZARGUES   (Organic   )
Situated in the south of the Côtes du Rhône, on the right bank of the river “le Rhône”, This “Côtes du Rhône Villages Signargues” was raised to AOC status in 2005. The soil is quite similar to Châteauneuf du Pape, terraces of rounded pebbles on sand. The vinification has been done by the Cave des Vignerons d’Estézargues.
The wines have a lot of elegance and finesse. Côtes du Rhône made with 50% Grenache, 25% Syrah and 25 % Mourvèdre.
SOUTH / SOUTHWEST FRANCE
- DOMAINE DE LA PROVENQUIERE
Domaine de la Provenquière is only producing IGT from Vin de pays d Oc. Situated in Capestang, a beautiful traditional farm house converted to a winery, located along an olive-treed road, west of Beziers, with history that goes along with their popular wine. The Château’s history goes back to the 15th century and remains a familly estate.
Brigitte and Claude, the third generation of the Robert family makes well-focused wine and true to their grapes' authenticity.
- DOMAINE DE MONTCALMES   (Biodynamic   )
Situated in 30km Northwest of Montpellier, the family estate underwent radical changes in 1998 in order to produce and bottle its own wines under its own label. Frédéric Pourtalié and his sister Muriel immediately gained recognition for their wines. They started the conversion of the domain in 2012.
Frédéric Pourtalié’s wines are a well-balanced blend of Syrah, Grenache, and Mourvèdre. www.domainedemontcalmes.fr
SOUTH / SOUTHWEST FRANCE
- CAMIN LARREDYA   (Biodynamic   )
Camin Larreyda is a family estate in the Jurançon Appellation, south of Pau. The Grussautes have a small but remarkable vineyard. The 9 Hectares planted by Jean-Marc’s father 40 years ago, are terraced and lie on steep and curved slopes that form an amphitheater. Local grapes (Petit Manseng - Gros Manseng - Petit Courbu - Camaralet) are farmed organically since 2007 and biodynamically nowadays. Wines are named after the vineyard parcels from which they come.
Jean Marc Grussaute produces dry and sweet Jurançon AOC, which are part of the elite on this terroir.
SANCERRE & CÔTEAUX DU GIENNOIS REGION
- DOMAINE EMILE BALLAND
Émile Balland, an agricultural engineer and oenologist, patiently continues the construction of his domain started in 1999. Domaine Balland is divided between Côteaux du Giennois and Sancerre. The Balland are winemakers from father to son in Bué (Sancerre), since 1650. Sauvignon Blanc is the only grape used for the production of white wine and the malo-lactic fermentation never occurs to keep the maximum of freshness.
Emile Balland produces modern, fresh, and clean-cut wines from his established estate. A new star has born.
- DOMAINE LUCIEN CROCHET
Domaine Lucien Crochet stems from the fusion of the winegrowing estates of André Crochet (Lucien’s father) and Lucien Picard (his father-in-law). this estate is now under the direction of Lucien’s son Gilles. Here the wines are less rustic but more tender and delicate. The vinification is done in stainless steel to keep the maximum of freshness and clarity. The malolactic fermentation never occurs.
Gilles Crochet's red wines are exceptional, they are made in classic Burgundian style with extended cuvaison and malolactic fermentation occurring in barrels.
CHINON & CÔTEAUX DU LOIR REGION
- DOMAINE DE L'R   (Biodynamic   )
Frederic Sigonneau, after a journey of initiation that led the way to Spain, returned in Touraine in 2004 and founded three years later his estate. Domaine de L'R is built-up on the remains of the family estate in Cravant-les-côteaux, the heart of Chinon AOC. This vineyard is planted on a gravelly and sandy soil. The wine, from 100% Cabernet-Franc has been vinified in concrete tank.
The philosophy of Frédéric Sigonneau is a viticulture in phase with the elements that compose it: soil, water and ... air to produce wines representing the emblematic terroir of Chinon.
- DOMAINE DE BELLIVIERE   (Biodynamic   )
The Bellivière domain was created from scratch in 1995 by Christine and Eric Nicolas. Nowadays, the estate counts 15 Hectares and produces Jasnieres and Côteaux du Loir AOC wines. Since 2005 the vineyard has been organically operated and have been certified as Biodynamic since 2011 vintage. The respect of the terroir involves the use of traditional grape varieties used by the Cistercians: Chenin Blanc and Pineau d'Aunis.
Christine and Eric Nicolas' wines are incredibly pure with fantastic definition.
RIGHT BANK REGION
- CHÂTEAU DE LEYGUETTE
Château Leyguette is located in Genissac, 15 minutes away from St Emilion and Pomerol. This great area makes good value wines made-up of Merlot. This family story dates back to 3 generations and their strength lie on the blend of grape varieties.
Emilie Pou's wines are defined by their softness, color, richness, finesse, and a long ageing capacity.
- MAISON HOREAU-BEYLOT
Maison Horeau-Beylot is one of the oldest trading houses in Bordeaux. Directed with passion and rigour for 10 generations by the same family, the company has played a major role in the commercial and political life of Libourne. Since 2007, Maison Horeau-Beylot has been developed, modernised and expanded with a view of improving the quality of the wines.
The owners have always kept the traditional methods, their wines are subtle and fine.
- CHATEAU JEAN FAUX   (Organic   )
Pascal Colotte bought this Chateau in 2002, his first vintage was 2003 with the help of Stephane Derenoncourt. The Soils of Jean Faux are a key asset for the vine. Near St Emilion,the Terroir was confirmed exceptional through observations and analyses by microbiologists. The vineyard stretches over 12 hectares and is planted with 80% Merlot and 20% Cabernet-Franc.
Pascal Colotte produces wines with lots of refinement.
LEFT BANK REGION
- DOMAINES ROLLAN DE BY
Rollan de By is of the most important properties of the Medoc - located in the northern part of Medoc, not far from the Atlantic Ocean. Here, the viniculturists have chosen the best areas to cultivate each grape variety. The vines are about 70% Merlot, 15% Cabernet Sauvignon, 10% Petit Verdot and 5% Cabernet Franc. The aim is to give the best interpretation of the essence of the Medoc, obtaining the perfect combination of soils, grape varieties, and the environment.
The passion, expertise, and dedication are the bases of the achievement of the domain's goals: the pursuit of excellence, innovation and environmental protection.
- CHATEAU DE LESTANG-MAY
Didier May is the fourth generation of winemakers in his family. He manages the property since 1984. This domaine is located in the heart of the AOC, spreads out over 7 ha of vine. This wine has been made with 80% merlot and 20% cabernet-Sauvignon.
Didier May produces supple, fleshy and juicy Bordeaux with an incredible value.
- DOMAINE ZINCK   (Organic   )
The estate was created by Paul Zinck in 1964 just few kilometres away from Colmar, in Eguishein. In 1997, Philippe, his son, took over the domain. The vineyard covers over 20 hectares of a rich earth - silt, chalky with clay-silt and volcanic ash. At Domaine Zinck, all the Alsatian grape varieties are cultivated.
Philippe Zinck makes well-focused wines with a beautiful expression of both, their terroirs and their grape varieties characteristics.
PAYS DES ALLOBROGES / ARBIN
- DOMAINE DES ARDOISIERES   (Organic   )
The estate was created in 2005 by Brice Ormont (current owner) and the iconic Michel Grisard. This winery produces outstanding wines. The vineyard was planted on steep slopes (up to 60%) only with local grape varieties like Jacquère, Mondeuse, Altesse, and Persan. This 13 hectares organic vineyard is run with passion and respect of the living world. The aim is to let nature express itself.
Brice Ormont's rigourous work in the vineyard is the key asset of the wine quality. Every action that is run in the vineyard aims to convey the grape and therefore the wine, the identity of each plot.
- DOMAINE FABIEN TROSSET
Domaine Trosset is a family estate located between Chambéry and Albertville, at the Combe de Savoie. In 2011, Fabien took over the domain and kept cultivating the local grape variety, the Mondeuse d'Arbin. This red grape variety, under the work of Fabien Trosset gains local and international recognition.Although the region is mostly known for its white wine production, here the red grapes and red wines dominate. The vines planted in hillsides benefit from an optimal sun exposure and a unique mountain climate - the French Alps.
Fabien Trosset produces impressive wines in their density and character, while keeping hints of fruits. He is at the top of the appellation.
ARBOIS & CÔTE DU JURA REGION
- DOMAINE ANDRE ET MIREILLE TISSOT   (Biodynamic   )
Considered as one of the emblematic Domain from Jura, the vineyard is led by Bénédicte and Stéphane Tissot for years. This Estate is at the top of the appellation. In order to attempt to achieve the maximum expression of the terroirs: the 35 hectares are cultivated in Bio-Dynamic viticulture. This allows the soils to live, to have grapes untouched by chemical products, to allow natural yeast fermentations and to reduce the doses of sulphur in the cellar.
Bénédicte et Stéphane Tissot produce incredible wines. A must try for the connoisseurs.
CÔTE DES BLANCS
- DOMAINE PIERRE MONCUIT
The estate was established in Mesnil-sur-Oger in the 19th century. Mesnil-sur-Orger, in the heart of Côte des Blancs has a reputation as one of the finest Grand Cru villages of Champagne. Domaine Pierre Moncuit, a family business, has been frequently awarded for the quality of their production.
Nicole Moncuit maintains the familial tradition of a continual research of quality in respect of traditions.
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