Founded in 2012 (USA), Cerdá, Llanos y Cía. is a Florida based wine importer and wholesale distributor.

The company has a rich family tradition centered around wine category development, branding, and consumer education. Today, our mission is to curate ‘Wine for Explorers’ that fit Florida’s eclectic tastes and lifestyles.

We work with family-owned or small-production producers from numerous regions around the world which show distinct style in their wines, many of which are deemed artisanal, organic, biodynamic, and often times natural. We methodically select, promote, and primarily distribute wines we directly import or in some cases redistribute wines from other like-minded specialty importers with unique selections. Some call this ‘ship-to-table’, we see it as the only way to break new ground in the crowded and sometimes stagnant wine marketplace. We complement our wine portfolio by importing other beverages including craft beer, hard apple cider, and natural mineral water.

Our dedicated team is highly-experienced in the restaurant, retail, import, and wholesale sectors and we follow a people-centric approach in servicing the needs of both our distinguished restaurant and retail clients and the special winemakers we proudly represent.

Cerdá, Llanos y Cía. is a vertically-integrated operation with its own temperature-controlled distribution center based in Naples (Southwest Florida) that offers weekly service throughout Florida and a growing list of select key markets throughout the United States (through other wholesale distributors).


We are knowledge-based curators of a distinct portfolio of wines that represent the genius loci or “spirit of place” that truly reflect the origins and other key elements of their identity. This goes well beyond the traditional notion of terroir.

Our selection process is based on a thorough understanding of the traditional past with a growing interest in representing bold winemakers who elaborate wines full of character using indigenous grape varieties in solving the perfect puzzle for the modern-day wine enthusiast. Our goal is to encourage “exploration” in the wine category much like the trends in the craft beer movement or the global fusion taking hold in gastronomy.

Nearly all of our producers practice organic viticulture (many are certified), some follow biodynamic practices, and a few strictly use natural winemaking methods. Natural wines are not a fad, in fact they hark back to the days of old.


We are highly committed to serving the needs of the professional wine buyer and sommelier, yet also have a keen understanding of the wine buying public. Our team monitors the cultural landscape and assesses new opportunities for both wine category and brand level growth. Our everyday efforts to “demystify” wine are sometimes whimsical in nature which serves as a simple and fun reminder of the joy of wine and its enchanting role in the life of our communities.

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Cerdá, Llanos y Cía. is a member of the Med America Shippers Association and proud supporter of O Cinema (Miami), O Miami Poetry Festival (Miami), Make-A-Wish Southern Florida (Ft. Lauderdale), Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden (Coral Gables), Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary (Naples), South Florida PBS-WPBT (Miami), The Conservancy of Southwest Florida (Naples), and Coalition of Immokalee Workers (Immokalee).


Our portfolio includes a unique set of producers, some of whom are well known internationally or are just beginning to establish themselves in the U.S. marketplace. In most cases, our wine selections represent the natural wine movement or from exciting artisanal winemakers from around the world.


We are proud to offer wines from a wide variety of regions, styles, and varietals. Below is a current list of producers we exclusively represent in Florida.


Patrick Sullivan (Victoria)


Gut Oggau (Burgenland), Christian Tschida (Burgenland), Weingut Maria & Sepp Muster (Styria), Koppitsch (Burgenland), Weingut Netzl/Christina Netzl (Niederösterreich), Rennersistas (Burgenland), Pittnauer (Burgenland), Weingut Weszeli (Kamptal), Familie Bauer (Wagram)


Pearl Morissette Estate Winery (Ontario)


Onda Brava (Itata – Bio Bio), Viña Echeverria (Curico Valley)

Czech Republic

Milan Nestarec (Moravský Žižkov and Velké Bílovicec)


Domaine des Blanche Marnes (Jura), Domaine Bobinet (Loire), Philippe Jambon (Rhône),  Celine et Laurent Tripoz (Mâconnais – AOC Cremant de Bourgogne), La Ferme du Plateau (Loire), Les Capriades (Loire), Martin Texier (Rhône), Olivier Minot – Domaine des Charbonnières (Beaujolais Sud), Dominique Lucas – Les Vignes de Paradis (IGP Pays Allobrogie, Haute Cotes du Beaune, and Bourgogne), Quentin Bourse – Le Sot de l’Ange (Loire), Adrien Baloche (Loire), Clos des Vignes du Maynes (Burgundy), Thomas Santamaria (Corsica), Clos Marfisi (Corsica), Lilian & Sophie Bauchet (Burgundy), Frantz Saumon (Loire), Domaine Les Bottes Rouges (Jura), Les Dolomies (Jura), Bainbridge & Cathcart (Loire), Clos des Mourres (Rhône), Domaine Leonine (Roussillon), Jean-François Debourg (Burgundy), Nathalie Banes (Beaujolais), Domaine Julien Peyras (Languedoc-Roussillon), Domaine Sainte Croix (Languedoc-Roussillon), Manoir de la Tête Rouge (Loire), Clos du Jaugueyron (Bordeaux), Ludovic Chanson (Loire), La Sorga (Languedoc-Roussillon), Les Foulards Rouge (Languedoc-Roussillon), Domaine No Control (Auvergne), Domaine Ledogar (Languedoc-Roussillon – AOC Corbières), Nicolas Carmarans (Occitane – IGP Aveyron), Lise e Betrand Jouset (Loire), Marie Thibault (Loire), Domaine Guion (Loire – AOC Bourgueil), Sebastien David (Loire), Domaine Le Mazel (Rhône), Domaine Binner (AOC Alsace), Domaine Rimbert (AOC Saint-Chinian/Languedoc-Roussillon), Clos Siguier (AOC Cahors/Southwest), Chateau Barouillet (Bergerac/Southwest), Julien Altaber (Burgundy), Domaine Romaneaux-Destezet by Hervé Souhaut (Rhône), Chateau Cambon (AOC Beaujolais), Domaine Chamonard (AOC Morgon, AOC Fleurie), Château Simian (AOC Châteauneuf-du-Pape), Les Vis Pirouettes (Loire), Les Vins de Thomas – Thomas Jullien (Rhône – AOC Ventoux), Sarnin-Berrux (AOC Beaujolais), Philippe Pibarot (Languedoc-Roussillon), Champagne Lelarge-Pugeot (AOC Champagne), France Gonzalvez (Beaujolais), Vini Viti Vinci (Burgundy), Château Tire Pe (AOC Bordeaux), Château Haut Lavigne (Southwest – AOC Côtes de Duras), Dominique Derain (AOC Banyuls) 


Andi Knauss – Weingut Knauss (Wurttemberg-Remstal), 2Naturkinder (Franken), Weingut Gold (Baden), Weingut Holger Koch (Baden)


Cantina Giardino (Campania), Casè (Emilia-Romagna), Le Coste (Lazio), Alessandro Viola (Sicily), Carolina Gatti (Veneto), Marco Buratti (Veneto), Fattoria di Gratena (Tuscany), Podere Pradarolo (Emilia-Romagna), Castel Noarna (Trentino), Cantina Indigeno (Abruzzo), Tenuta l’Armonia (Veneto), Castello di Stefanago (Lombardy), Porta del Vento (Sicily), Villa Job (Friuli Grave, Venezia Giulia), Camerlengo (Rapolla, Basilicata), Azienda Agricola Siciliano (Sicily)


Domaine Kox (Moselle River)


Vale da Capucha (Torres Vedras), Folias de Baco (Porto)


Strekov 1075 (Strekov)


4 Kilos (Balearic Islands – VdlT Mallorca), Bodega y Viñedos Akilia (DO Bierzo), Bodegues Ribas (Balearic Islands – VdlT Mallorca), Vinyes i Bodegues Miquel Oliver (Balearic Islands – VdlT Mallorca), Viña Callejuela (Cadiz – Sanlúcar de Barrameda – DO Manzanilla), Celler Escoda-Sanahuja (Catalonia – DO Conca de Barberà), Celler Laureano Serres Montagut – Mendall (Catalonia), Celler Pardas (Catalonia – DO Penedès), Bodegas As Furnias (Galicia), Vinicola Corellana – Viña Zorzal (DO Navarra), Bodegas Naranjuez (Andalucia), Bodegas Ponce (DO Manchuela), Jordi Llorens (Catalonia), Costador Terroirs Mediterranis (Catalonia), La Bodega de Pinoso (Alicante), Portes Obertes (Catalonia), Eubank/Peso (Catalonia)


Frukt Stereo (Dalby) – cider

United States

Ruth Lewandowski (California – North Coast AVA), Martha Stoumen (California – North Coast AVA), Côte des Cailloux (California – Sonoma County), Lo-Fi Wines (California – Santa Barbara County), Sky Vineyards (California – Napa Valley), La Onda (California – Sierra Foothills AVA), Vinca Minor (California – Mendocino County and Sonoma County), Frenchtown Farms (California – Sierra Foothills AVA), INCONNU (California – Mendocino County and Contra Costa County), Broc Cellars (Berkeley, California), Selection Massale/Chris Brockway of Broc Cellars (California), Las Jaras (Joel Burt and Eric Warehein :: California – Mendocino County), Swick Wines (Oregon and Washington)

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Cerdá, Llanos y Cía., Inc.
3893 Mannix Drive, Suite 509
Naples, Florida 34114-5417 (U.S.A.)

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