MORE Natural Wine would not be possible without the fantastic specialist importers we work with.

These small businesses are the backbone of the Berlin Natural Wine scene and we're very proud to call them our partners. 

We would really love to encourage you to go in and visit them, talk to the friendly staff and learn more about their fantastic wines. They know all of their winemakers personally, and what makes each one special in their own unique way.

Below you'll find more information about our partners - go and check them out!

Rocket Wine Berlin
Based in Berlin Mitte and ran by Jeff, Rocket Wine is somewhat of a refuge for natural wine lovers to hang out around. Their selection is focused on French wines, but they also have some gems from other countries in their portfolio too. The whole team is super approachable and friendly and the space of their new tasting room is very cosy and definitely worth a visit.
You can find them here: Sophienstraße 10, 10178 Berlin


Specialising exclusively in wonderful natural Italian wines, owner Marco is one of those people working in wine you're glad to know personally. We ourselves credit him massively with expanding our wine knowledge of Italian wines, and he has also done this for many of the city's finest restaurants and wine bars. Marco has that overlooked, yet rare skill of knowing which wine to give you next, which he knows will impress you, as well as further your knowledge of a region or varietal, at the right time in your personal wine journey. It's hard to describe exactly what we mean with this, but just trust us on it. We strongly suggest heading there and asking him for some recommendations - you'll see what we mean.

You can find him here: Hufelandstraße 17, 10407 Berlin


Selling their wines only to gastronomy, you won't find Confetti with their own shop yet, and that's one reason we feel they're a hidden gem! Armed with a concise range of mostly Italian, fun and budget-friendly wines (as well as some big guns like Ageno by La Stoppa!), you can find many of their range across Berlin bars and you'll notice on our webshop they have wines suitable for all budgets! Owner Bogdan is a hard-working and passionate wine lover, and if you ever see him around town, make sure to say hello - or visit him and his wonderful partner Alicja at one of their own wine fairs which they also put on!
With their range of affordable and fresh German & Austrian wines, 8greenbottles is by lovely couple Philipp & Ramona. Having started out with a cool website to offer their wines to the public, the charming two Swiss owners now sell to many restaurants and bars and offer regular tasting events in their two lovely shops in Prenzlauer Berg and Kreuzberg - where you also get to say hello to their adorable Wine Pug too!

Find them here: Senefelder Str. 34, 10437 Berlin and 
Having started out as a single shop selling wine in 1989, Suff has now expanded to also have a separate location in Markthalle Neun and a few associations with other wine shops in the city. Their shop in Kreuzberg's Oranienstrasse is quite cool, as it's not only got good wines but LOTS of Madonna paintings all over it too, go check out!

Divinum wine | MORE Natural Wine

Divinum is the trading name of Jan, an independent importer sourcing fine Italian wines. Armed with a stockroom in Steglitz where he also hosts wine seminars and tastings, Jan is a very knowledgeable and friendly expert, who is also the main man importing legendary producer Frank Cornelissen to Germany!
As the daughter of a wine-maker in South Moravia, Šárka grew up surrounded by vineyards and wine all around her. Nowadays under the name Vinofactum she's the exclusive distributor of many low-intervention Czech winemakers to the Berlin gastronomic scene... and also offers custom wine labels for companies or special events too. 

Treat Berlin 

Treat Berlin owners Ann and Julia import natural wine from all over Europe, with a big focus on Portugal. Sustainability, quality and "natural" are the most important factors for them when choosing the mostly small winemakers they work with. They also have a physical store in Berlin, where you can visit them and buy their wines, as well as sipping them by the glass.

Endless Summer | Natural Wines

Run by former chef Pierre
, Endless Summer specialises in French wines, and also has some wine producers from other regions in his range too - including the wonderful Aldo Viola from Sicily. He used to have his own shop, but now only sells to Gastronomy in Berlin, so keep an eye out for some of his fantastic wines on the hot wine list around Berlin.

Viniculture Berlin Wine

Led by Holger Schwarz, Viniculture were one of the very first to import Natural Wines to Berlin and we are excited to partner with them and offer awesome producers like Lapierre, Anders Frederik Steen, Franco Terpin, Andre Beaufort Champagne, Microbiowines, Partida Creus, Moritz Kissinger, Julien Meyer, Escoda Sanahuja, Muchada-Léclapart and even producers from Chile & Argentina too!

Naturwein Georgien | Natural Wines from Gerogia.
Zoltan has a love for Georgia - its landscapes, culture, and of course, food and wine! He has been importing Georgian natural wines to Berlin since 2018 and has 23 different natural wine producers in his portfolio, allowing him to offer a very diverse taste spectrum. The wines can also be found at several wine bars and restaurants (Georgian and otherwise) in Berlin!


Indivinoum Natural Wines
Indivinoum is a partnership between Arne Kellermann & Thomas Mudersbach a somewhat new Berlin based importer obsessed with Italy and who import small-scale, artisan Italian producers such as Etnella, Icaro, Marco Merli, Aldo Viola and Marco Merli into Berlin, which you can find here on morenaturalwine.

Edel & Faul is run by Frank Krüger and Kevin Leismann, who have worked as sommeliers in the Hamburg and Berlin gastro scene, before setting up their wine import and new shop “The Space". Their portfolio of is a mix of organic and natural wines of which the naturals are found here. It includes great winemakers like Les Vins Pirouettes from Alsace, Tauss from Styria and Baia's Wine from Georgia.