Mosaique Wines import and distribute artisanal wines from France. We travel extensively throughout the country each year to bring you a collection of wines that reflect the heart and soul of this land- a mosaic of small and beautiful parts that make a bigger picture.
Each wine has been hand-selected for the unique qualities they express, lovingly made by local producers who dedicated their lives to their craft. These producers respect the land they farm above all else, using sustainable, organic or biodynamic techniques to nourish their vines and the ecosystem around them. We have endeavored to tell their stories in the hope you can envisage yourself sharing a glass with these characters and enjoying the fruits of their labor.
As a direct importer we aim to deliver fair pricing and let you discover some of France's rising vignerons.
Conviviality and sharing are important values for us. We are very lucky to have a strong connection with our roots in the South-West of France with Thomas's family's vineyard: Domaine Chai Saint Etienne.
Our wines are made to be opened, shared and enjoyed in good company.
Direct from the vineyard to your glass
It all starts with sustainably, organically or biodynamically farmed grapes coming from unique terroirs. Our wines must express a sense of place.
Like Thomas' family vineyard, our producer are family own, small, real artisans.
The selection is rigorous, and each vintage is tasted prior to import.
Our artisanal wines are made to respect and express the land they come from, using local grapes, lesser oak, low intervention winemaking and minimal sulfites.
All our wines are shipped by sea, temperature controlled to avoid any alteration of the wine. This type of transport is chosen to ensure quality is maintained from the vineyard to you.
Our Melbourne warehouse and logistic platform keep the wine in temperature regulation.
Nothing less than the best for our wines.
From the warehouse to your door in 3 to 6 days across Australia
Thanks to all our efforts you will be able to enjoy the wine in the closest conditions possible, as if you were at the cellar door in France.