Wayward Imports

We work with a number of small growers in France & import wine from these producers directly and exclusively. 

We are interested in wine from growers who are in tune with the land on which they work, employing organic or bio-dynamic practises to produce low yields of healthy fruit from unique vineyard parcels. This philosophy follows through to the cellar where the wine is made with as few additions as possible - in some cases non at all.

We feel these wines best express the place they come from and the people that make them. They are the wines that we like to drink and we’re very pleased to be bringing them into the UK. We hope you’ll enjoy them too.

  • Pierre Borel Clos de Pavée Bourgueil 2019 | Wayward Wines

    Pierre Borel Clos de Pavée Bourgueil 2019

    This is a young, crunchy Bourgueil with lots of bright cranberry and cherry fruit, plenty of the herbaceous capsicum notes you'd expect from the grape and the finish has plenty of bitterness and dark chocolate. The wine is beautifully savoury, and...

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  • Mikaël Bouges Les Côts Hauts 2018 | Wayward Wines

    Mikaël Bouges Les Côts Hauts 2018

    Les Côts Hauts is made using fruit from young Malbec vines that are around 17 years old. The fruit is bright and crunchy and clearly transmits the mineral rich soils over which the vines are planted; the aromas of gravel and wet stones sit high in...

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  • Mikaël Bouges Le Petit Cormier 2017 | Wayward Wines natural wine

    Mikaël Bouges Le Petit Cormier 2017

    Mikaël Bouges works organically over 8 hectares of land split into various parcels dotted around Faverolles-sur-Cher in Touraine. He learned to tend vines and make wine with his father who also worked organically as far back as the early 90s, so a...

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