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Expand your wine horizon
experience the less familiar
A portfolio of the world’s most sought-after wineries
We offer an expansive variety
of wines from around the globe
A portfolio of the world’s most sought-after wineries
Representing everyday wines on
up to the most elite growers
A portfolio of the world’s most sought-after wineries


Founded in 2010 by Anthony Pannone, Florida Wine Company curates a portfolio of the world’s most sought-after wineries. The direct importer and distributer has grown by building upon a strong network of business relationships, steadily expanding organically. Highly focused on finding “real” wines, Florida Wine Company favors wines made by the farmers of its varietals.

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We are proud to represent many benchmark wineries, a collection of producers who are honest and hardworking,
whose wines we enjoy selling as well as savoring.

A rich wine history, with the country producing an endless array of different wines such as Syrah, Tempranillo, Cabernet Sauvignon, Bonarda, and Malbec. Out of all of the wines that Argentina produces, it is perhaps best known for creating the best Malbecs in the entire world.

Austria’s wines are now highly respected both by wine experts and wine lovers all around the world. As artisanal products crafted by winemakers with a special link to their land, they consistently demonstrate their potential at international blind tastings.

Chile’s climate, grapes, and regions barely skims the surface of what this exciting country has to offer. This narrow strip of land can produce festive sparklers, crisp and refreshing whites, and bold, world-class reds, plus every style in between.

French winemaking started in the 6th century BC. However, it was the Romans who planted vines in all the major wine regions in the 300s. The fascinating world of French wines is vast, with many wine names, regions, appellations, and grape varieties.

The wide range of grape varieties cultivated in Germany is impressive, with over 140 varietals ranging from from Acolon to Zweigeltrebe. Of these, the most notable are Germany’s world-class expressions of Riesling and Pinot Noir (Spätburgunder).

The home of Moscato, Chianti, Amarone and Prosecco – has a rich and diverse wine heritage dating back more than two thousand years. Famous for its bewildering diversity of both grape varieties and wine styles, Italy is also significant for the sheer volume of wine it produces.

Grapes were first planted in Mexico during the 16th century by the Spanish. Despite the region’s long history, the advance of modern Mexican wine is as recent as the 1970s. The region is a melting pot of French, Spanish, and Italian grapes, from Nebbiolo to Chenin Blanc, making up 7,700 acres of vineyards.

Grape vines have been grown on the Iberian Peninsula since at least 3000 B.C., although it was not until 1000 B.C. that winemaking began here in earnest – a skill brought by Phoenician traders from the eastern Mediterranean.

Switzerland may not be the most famous of wine-producing nations, but this small, mountainous country in western Europe has been making wine for more than two thousand years. Swiss wine’s lack of fame is not due to any lack of quality or quantity, but because it is produced mostly for (and consumed happily by) the Swiss themselves.



With a climate that ranges vastly from coast to coast, distinct grape varieties can thrive in various U.S. wine regions. California’s climate is ideal for producing rich, tannic and full-bodied Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Syrah wines, such as in the warm Napa Wine region, while the cooler coastal areas of Sonoma allow Pinot Noir and Chardonnay to excel. Just North of California lies the Pacific Northwest, which is comprised of Oregon and Washington.