Team Photo

As the year closes there’s plenty to reflect on and be thankful for. Looking back on all the trips, producer visits, tastings and events, it’s been a busy one indeed. Life in the wine trade can be hectic, and the late nights cause some damage to our youthful splendour, but it’s also immensely rewarding. We know how lucky we are not only to work with a product we love—genuine, artisanal, honestly-made wine—but with the exceptional people who make it, and with customers who share our passion.

Our 2016 Portfolio Tasting in February

Our 2016 Portfolio Tasting in February

So on that note I thought I’d share some pictures of our 2016 highlights. In addition to everything mentioned above, this was also the year we launched our new website and took on three new team members: Jo, Luis and Magali. Next year we have no plans of slowing down, so don’t forget to follow us on Twitter on Instagram to keep up with our adventures.

Wishing you the happiest of holidays, from the Indigo team!

Tasting with Envínate and Fedellos do Couto in stunning Ribeira Sacra

Tasting with Envínate and Fedellos do Couto in stunning Ribeira Sacra

A century-old Albariño vine at Bodegas Zarate in Rias Baixas, and Luis Anxo Rodriguez in front of his vineyards in Ribeiro

A century-old Albariño vine at Bodegas Zarate in Rias Baixas, & Luis Anxo Rodriguez and his vineyards in Ribeiro.

Tasting the new Mother Rock wines with JH Meyer and Jamie Goode in May

Tasting the new Mother Rock wines with JH Meyer and Jamie Goode in May

Dani Landi, Fernando Garcia and Beatriz Herranz at the epic Fiesta de Floración in Gredos

Dani Landi, Fernando Garcia and Beatriz Herranz at the epic Fiesta de Floración in Gredos

Indigo team member Luis working hard during harvest this year in Portugal

Indigo team member Luis working hard during harvest this year in Portugal

The Artisans of Australia tasting in September

The Artisans of Australia tasting in September

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Hanging out with Aussie winemakers Gary Mills, Taras Ochota & Timo Mayer. Photo credit: Michael Sager.

The 2016 Dirty Dozen Tasting

The 2016 Dirty Dozen Tasting