Evolving Varietals

Evolving Varietals

From July to September 2022, Enotria&Coe will be celebrating seminal moments over the last 50 years that redefined the world of drinks as we know it today.

As we celebrate Enotria&Coe’s 50th anniversary in 2022, we want to reflect on how the wine world has changed. Even as Enotria&Coe grew and evolved, the industry we operate in was also undergoing radical changes. Our Buyers and Sales teams have always been at the forefront of embracing these changes and bringing the latest innovation to our customers. Seeing new grapes, regions, techniques and talent springing up is one of the things that makes the world of drinks so magnetic.

These turning points in the history of drinks would have inconceivable to Remo Nardone in 1972, but are part and parcel of today’s market. Have a look at some of the producers who have embraced change and are now firm favourites in the Enotria&Coe portfolio.


Casa Brancaia
1971: birth of the Supertuscans
Stags Leap Wine Cellars
1976: the Judgment of Paris
1989: the fall of Communism
Cotswolds Distillery
2005: first registered English whisky distillery
Hattingley Valley
2009: English wine hits the headlines
Lionel Gosseaume
2011: Touraine-Oisly appellation recognised
Copenhagen Sparkling Tea
2014: birth of low & no
2019: the Corpinnat appellation established
2019: CBD added to the UK's novel foods list
2020: Prosecco Rosé is created

Enotria&Coe’s 50th anniversary