They source wines that they have tried, tasted and enjoyed. They only import directly from vineyards and producers. They will meet the wine producer and probably visited the vineyard. They are wines that they would buy and drink themselves. They are not the cheapest, but they are certainly not the most expensive. They do not stock a large range, in fact, they deliberately keep their wine list as short as possible. They do not stock wine from more than one producer in any particular area or appellation. If they stock a wine, it will be drinkable and enjoyable, that is the whole point of Levicta Wines. Every wine that they have decided to stock has not just been tasted once or twice, bottles will have been drunk over dinners. It will have been tried by friends, relatives, serious wine buffs, and non-serious wine quaffers. A decision to stock a wine has been very carefully considered, but there will, of course, be a significant element of my own personal taste involved. They are not selling "high end" wines with prestige labels, just wines that they enjoy. They supply wholesale to restaurants, hotels, retail outlets etc, and also attend food and drink festivals and markets with tastings and sales by the bottle and case. They do not have a shop or warehouse that can be visited by customers.