Indigo – bigger but no less beautiful

We don't very often write about an individual importer, preferring to group tasting notes by region or style. But sometimes an importer's portfolio deserves special attention for the sheer joy their wines inspire – wines that remind you of wine's ability to refresh the palate and create a shared journey of exploration for the mind and the senses.

Indigo was set up in London in 2003 by Ben Henshaw – from his spare bedroom – with the aim of seeking out 'artisanal' producers. Part of his inspiration was that his parents bought a vineyard in the Languedoc, Domaine St-Hilaire, and...

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