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The Jockey Club are very proud to present the below wine producers. We have worked hard with our wine supplier Enotria&Coe, to tell the story of the producers we have picked for our wine list and their significant progress towards a more sustainable future for everyone.

From achieving certified Organic to founding educational programmes to support local communities, these producers are going above and beyond to help the planet and the people on it. We hope you enjoy reading the below and exploring the links that provide more information on the different projects in motion.

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In the year 2000, two families, Diaz and Lazero, shared a philosophy of producing wines of the highest quality whilst maintaining a terrific price quality rapport. With their dream Bodegas Anadas was born in Aragon DO of Cariñena, combining the historic traditions of viticulture and modern techniques of winemaking to produce the exciting contemporary wines today.
Their beautiful labels are also designed by local artist Enrique Torrijos.

After 10 years the local Aragonese Academy of Gastronomy awarded Bodegas Anadas the prize of being “The Best Winery in Aragon”, an accolade which was and still is, justly deserved. Care is the ancient name that the Romans used to refer to the city of Cariñena, while also referring to the care they take in the vineyards, using low intervention, sustainable methods. The vineyards are the beating heart of the winery, sourcing all their grapes from 100 hectares of vines that the family have owned since 1914, which are located 600 meters altitude with some vines dating back to 1915. 









  • Converting to Certified Organic in 2023




Since 1934, four generations of the De Martino family have specialized in producing wines that stand out because of their sense of place, purity, and balance. They farm sustainably and use traditional vinification techniques to produce wines that faithfully represent and reflect the Chilean vineyards they come from. Today, with a track record spanning more than 80 years, the winery brings together the experience of the third generation of the family, represented by Pietro, Marco and Remo De Martino, with the dynamism and vision of the fourth generation, Marco Antonio and Sebastián De Martino, who, along with the winemaker Nicolás Pérez, lead the winery’s projects.

De Martino’s milestone includes labelling and exporting Chile’s first Carmenere in 1996, pioneering century-old vineyards in the Itata Valley, incorporating old winemaking techniques that set a precedent in the industry, and become the first carbon neutral winery in Chile.


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  • Carbon Neutral
  • Member of Sedex
  • Certified Sustainable Wines of Chile
  • Certified ISO 14000 (Environmental)





When Lord and Lady Bamford discovered Château Léoube in 1997, it was love at first sight. Nestled in a coastal bay facing the Îles d’Or, the 560-hectare Léoube estate lies in the heart of the Cap Bénat, the largest protected site in the Var and a place of precious natural beauty. This unique location and exquisite terroir on the Mediterranean coast, means Leoube are able to produce organic wines and olive oils of exceptional quality. Top winemaker Romain Ott has been at the helm since 2000, with unrivalled experience in making light, elegant provencal Rose.


“For us sustainability is instinctive – we produce the best that the land can give with both gratitude and respect.”
Romain Ott, Head Winemaker


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  • Certified Organic since 2010
  • HVE (High Environmental Value) certificated
  • Member of Sedex





Seresin Estate was founded in 1992 by cinematographer Michael Seresin (Oscar winner for Gravity), and is a new world winery with an old world approach. The Estate, based at Raupo Creek vineyards, in Marlborough’s Southern Valleys, is Biogro certified organic and farmed under strict biodynamic principles. Traditional winemaking practices are employed, with all Seresin wines hand-harvested, grapes fermented using natural yeast and spending a longer time ageing in both barrel and bottle before release. From 2021, all wines are bottled in lightweight glass weighing 417g (the lightest glass currently available in New Zealand), which has reduced
their annual glass use by 10%.


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  • Certified Organic and Biodynamic
  • BioGro and Demeter certified





Susana Balbo is synonymous with progression and quality. She was the first woman in Argentina to receive her degree in enology and started her career in Cafayate, Salta province at Michel Torino winery where she oversaw developing and stylizing the Torrontes varietal into the iconic white wine of Argentina that is today, thereby earning the unofficial title ‘the Queen of Torrontes’.


In 1999, after working more than 20 years as a consultant winemaker for national and international wine companies, Susana decided to make her dream come true and started to build Susana Balbo Wines in the heart of Luján de Cuyo, Mendoza. With a progressive and dynamic team they have pushed boundaries in field of the winemaking process and a collective effort for constant innovation, working tirelessly on meeting the international highest quality standards and have showed their commitment to some of the major issues of the 21st century: food safety, environmental sustainability and corporate social responsibility.

In 2012, Susana Balbo was recognized as one of the “Most influential women wine-makers” by The Drink Business magazine. Later, in 2015, she was awarded by the same magazine as “Woman of the year”. Recently in 2018, the magazine recognized her again by including her in the list of “The 10 most influential women in the wine world”.


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  • ISO-Accredited
  • Member of Global Compact of the United Nations
  • Founded Dominio del Plata Foundation for education of children in Agrelo region






Since 1972, the principle of sustainable management is crucial to Bolney’s continued existence and growth as a company. Their ‘Guided by Nature’ ethos sets the tone for many of our behaviours. With the mild climate and sandstone soil, they have spent many years discovering the best variety of grapes to grow in our eco system. Bolney believe that the more they understand and take inspiration from the nature around them, the more they can understand and appreciate its needs and protect its diversity and beauty for future generations.


As well as mulching their prunings back into the soil, they also have their biofilter as an effective way of safely treating and recycling water used in spraying. Bolney practise responsible waste management by recycling everything they can, including all packaging and chemical containers, used vineyard supplies (e.g. vine guards), as well as general food waste. They also source materials used in the vineyard from local suppliers wherever possible.


Bolney have installed solar panels on the roof of their new winery, as well as the main building at their Foxhole site. This generates approximately 30% of the electricity used across the site and generates up to 25KW of power, which is enough to run their disgorging and labelling lines. On long sunny summer days, the panels generate more electricity than the winery actually uses, so any left-over electricity goes to the National Grid for use elsewhere.


Waste wine and/or press juice is distilled to be made into Bolney Estate Gin and Bolney Estate Rosso Vermouth.


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  • Sustainable Wines of Great Britain Certification
  • Member of Sedex





Established in 1924 and based in Haro, Ramón Bilbao has 180 vineyards spread across Rioja. Today, it is the fastest growing winery in the region and has firmly established itself as one of Spain’s most exciting and innovative producers. The jewel of the star-studded range is the Crianza, which holds the spot as the most popular Rioja Crianza in the Spanish on trade. Born and bred in the region, chief winemaker Rodolfo Bastida is a man who likes to push the boundaries and believes the future lies in trial and exploration.

Zamora Company, the business group to which Ramón Bilbao belongs, is committed to creating
value in line with the sustainable development goals set by the UN.


As a family business in its third generation, it carries out its activity by applying regulations and levers that ensure that those who come after enjoy a much more sustainable world.

“For Ramón Bilbao, sustainability is a priority, we are reinforcing our action plan in a program for the coming years in response to climate change. A step forward on our way to be a conscious company and take responsibility for the impact we cause on the planet”.


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  • Zamora affiliation
  • Wineries for Climate Protection programme






Wynns Coonawarra was founded in 1891 by Scottish pioneer John Riddoch. This iconic estate is the largest single vineyard in the region, with the best and longest established vineyard sites in Coonawarra. Widely regarded as the benchmark for Coonawarra and Cabernet Sauvignon, they consistently provide great complexity, balance, and depth of flavour. They have quite the duo of winemakers, with Sue Hodder holding the Chief Winemaker role since 1993 and Sarah Pidgeon as Senior Winemaker since 1998.

Sustainability underpins everything Wynns do. It doesn’t just relate to the growing environment, it’s also the footprint they leave, the wines they make and built within their brand.


Wynns believes in the importance of adapting Coonawarra’s regional wines to changing growing conditions. In the last few years, droughts have prompted the team to adopt more sustainable viticultural methods. This includes precise soil moisture management and greater attention to vine health.

In the view that the hard work being done now, despite uncertain climatic times, will ensure the future survival of these vineyards. The modification of Wynns’ practices will ensure the survival of its vineyards for decades to come.


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  • 100% certified as sustainable by Sustainable Winegrowing Australia
  • Wynn’s has committed to using 100% powered by renewable electricity by 2024
  • They have adopted sustainable irrigation practices to improve the efficiency of vineyard water use



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Maison Joseph Drouhin has accrued five generations of experience since it was established in 1880. The family is continuously dedicated to tradition and respect for Burgundy's deep heritage. Nonetheless, the winery was one of the first in the region to experiment with organic production, with all vineyards officially certified organic from 2009. The family comply with national laws and regulations with regards to climate change and environment, as well as changing all aspects of the business to work towards UN Sustain goals. These include certification of organic farming, Joining the Convention des Entreprises pour le Climat (CEC) in 2023 (convention of companies for the climate). Measuring carbon footprint for 2022 activities in the winery and the vineyard as well as waste management by monitoring water usage, energy consumption and greenhouse gas emissions. Maison Joseph Drouhin have been a part of increasing resilience of agriculture and putting food systems policies in place in Burgundy as well as donating to some amazing charities.


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  • Joining the Convention des Entreprises pour le Climat (CEC) in 2023
  • SMETA ethical audit in 2023
  • Donating to One Drop Association
  • 9 months support to write a roadmap to be a regenerative business by 2030


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