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

The company has a storied family history dating back to 1930s Spain and 1940s Cuba. Today, our mission is to select, promote, and distribute natural wine that fits Florida’s eclectic tastes and lifestyles.

Cerda, Llanos y Cia. is a vertically-integrated operation with its own temperature-controlled distribution centers in Naples (Southwest Florida) and Ocala (Central Florida) that offer service throughout the state including The Panhandle, North Florida, Central Florida, South Florida, and The Keys.


We work with artisanal and small-production producers from around the world who show distinct style in their wines. They are committed to beneficial vineyard practices and demonstrate transparency in their winemaking methods.

All of our producers practice organic farming (many are certified) and some follow biodynamic practices. Without exception, all employ natural winemaking methods in the cellar. Natural wines are not a fad, in fact they hark back to the days of old.

Our selection process is based on a thorough understanding of the traditional past with an interest in representing brave winemakers who elaborate wines that are honestly made and full of character. This goes well beyond selection based on the traditional notion of terroir or approval by an appellation board. Instead, we encourage change in the wine category much like the trends in the craft beer movement or the global fusion taking hold in gastronomy. Everything we do is to make wine matter in support of the professional wine buyer and their efforts to solve the perfect puzzle for the modern-day wine enthusiast.


Our portfolio includes a diverse set of producers from all over the world including the U.S., some of whom are well known internationally or are just beginning to establish themselves in the marketplace. As best we can, these wine selections represent the natural wine movement or are from exciting artisanal winemakers from around the world.

Natural wine is a type of wine that is made with minimal intervention from the winemaker, using only grapes and natural yeast, without the addition of chemicals, additives, or industrial processes. It matters because it allows the expression of the unique terroir and characteristics of the grapes, while also promoting sustainable and ethical practices in the wine industry. Natural wine also offers a diverse range of flavors and styles that reflect the creativity and individuality of the winemakers, providing a refreshing alternative to mass-produced wines.


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


Patrick Sullivan (Victoria), Gentle Folks (Adelaide Hills)


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


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

Czech Republic

Milan Nestarec (Moravský Žižkov and Velké Bílovicec)


Lise e Betrand Jousset (Loire), Sebastien David (Loire), Domaine Binner (AOC Alsace), Domaine Rimbert (AOC Saint-Chinian/Languedoc-Roussillon), Clos Siguier (AOC Cahors/Southwest), 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), Château Tire Pe (AOC Bordeaux), Marcel Joubert (AOC Beaujolais, AOC Brouilly), Valerie Tissot (Jura), Julie Benau (Languedoc-Roussillon), Claire Naudin (Burgundy), BiNaume (Burgundy), Domaine de La Chappe (Burgundy), Le Clos des Grillons (Rhône), Domaine de la Marinière (Loire), Domaine des Pothiers (Loire), Bernard Vallette (AOC Beaujolais), Château La Grolet (Bordeaux – AOC Côtes de Bourg), Château Fontvert (Luberon), Domaine de Bregeonnette (Pays Nantais), Bruno Rochard (Loire), Les Errances (Loire), Francois Ducrot (Languedoc-Roussillon), Domaine de Saint Pierre (Jura), Matthieu Barret (Rhône), Mas Theo (Rhône), Domaine du Chapitre (Rhône), Thibault Ducroux (AOC Beaujolais, AOC Morgon, AOC Fleurie) , Les Clos des Jarres (Minervois), La Derniere Goutte (AOC Beaujolais), Domaine Adrien Dacquin (Savoie), Les Cigales Dans La Fourmiliere (Languedoc-Roussillon), Domaine Mada (Occitanie), Alice Beaufort (Champagne), Domaine des Sablonnettes (Loire), Domaine du Mortier (Loire), Marc Pesnot (Pays Nantais), Vignereuse (Southwest), Domaine de la Petite Soeur (Loire), Jerome Lambert (Loire), Ça Boit Libre (Savoie)


Artana (Kakheti), Kortavebis Marani (Kakheti), Tamuna’s Wine (Kakheti), Martvilis Marani (Samegrelo), Oda Family Winery (Lechkhumi, Samegrelo), Baia’s Wine (Imreti), Gvantsa’s Wine (Imreti), Dila-o (Kakheti), Tevza (Kartli), Komli (Guria)


2Naturkinder (Franken), Weingut Schlossmulenhof (Rheinhessen), Andi Weigand (Franken)


Kamara Pure (Macedonia)


Le Coste (Lazio), Alessandro Viola (Sicily), Carolina Gatti (Veneto), Podere Pradarolo (Emilia-Romagna), Cantina Indigeno (Abruzzo), Castello di Stefanago (Lombardy), Azienda Agricola Siciliano (Sicily), Bella Vita (Abruzzo and Veneto), Anima Mundi (Tuscany), Zanasi (Modena, AOP Lambrusco), Il Farneto (Emilia-Romagna), Sete (Lazio), Guttarolo (Puglia), Castello di Tassarolo (Piedmont), Vino di Anna (Sicily), La Collina (Emilia-Romagna), Paraschos (Friuli-Venezia Giulia), Vignale di Cecilia (Veneto), Domini Del Leone (Veneto)


Folias de Baco (Porto), Casa de Saima (Bairrada), João Pato (Bairrada), Bojo do Luar (Vinho Verde)


Strekov 1075 (Strekov)


4 Kilos (Balearic Islands – VdlT Mallorca), Viña Callejuela (Cadiz – Sanlúcar de Barrameda – DO Manzanilla), Bodegas Ponce (DO Manchuela), Costador Terroirs Mediterranis (Catalonia), La Bodega de Pinoso (Alicante), Cellers de Can Suriol del Castell (Catalonia – DO Cava), Borja Perez-Ignios Origenes (Canary Islands), Tenenublo (DOCa Rioja), Celler Aixalà i Alcait (Catalonia – DOCa Priorat), Els Jelipins (Catalonia – DO Penedes), Lleure Olesa/VallDolina (Catalonia – DO Cava), Celler Frisach (Catalonia – DO Terra Alta), Lagravera (Catalonia – DO Costers del Segre), Succés Vinícola (Catalonia – DO Conca de Barbera)


Frukt Stereo (Dalby) – cider


Mythopia (Valais)

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), Broc Cellars (Berkeley, California), Las Jaras (Joel Burt and Eric Wareheim :: California – Mendocino County), Swick Wines (Oregon and Washington), Hiyu (Oregon), Old Westminster Winery (Maryland), Emme Wines (Sebastopol, California), Brea Wines (Berkeley, California), Clos Saron (Sierra Foothills), Forlorn Hope (Sierra Foothills), The Marigny (Oregon), Les Lunes Wines and Populis (California – Mendocino County and Sonoma County)


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 are sometimes whimsical 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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Cerda, Llanos y Cia., Inc.
3893 Mannix Drive, Suite 509
Naples, Florida 34114-5417 (USA)

239-354-9966 (main office – voice/text)

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