We want to say a big "thank-you" to all the small vineyard farmers and winemakers out there that continue to make the high quality dry red wine and dry white wine that we love! We appreciate the tours, the tastings, and, most of all, the personal connections we make with you, the very people who put heart and soul into making great wines.

Our passion is finding wines that have been shown the love and care that all grapes deserve.

We are always looking for...

  • Vineyards and wineries that are small and produce around 10-100k bottles per year
  • Vineyards and wineries that believe that the best wine always starts with the highest quality grapes
  • Vineyards and wineries that are interested in having Bliss tell their story to the world
  • Vineyards and wineries that consider themselves minimalists in the winery
  • Vineyards and wineries that don't currently import to the U.S. but want to build a trusting relationship with a small U.S. wine importer (that's us!)

We only work with small wineries

We only work with small wineries because we believe the best wine comes from smaller productions. We also have fun working with family run estates. We look for high-value wines but will never pressure you to lower your prices.

We only import wine we absolutely love

We explore the nooks and crannies of the world's wine regions to hand pick the finest undiscovered wines and make it easy for our customers to buy with confidence.

Talk to us

If you believe you have fabulous wines to offer and want to talk about the possibility of working with us, we invite you to email us.

Don't speak English? That's ok!

If you do not speak English, that's ok! Send us an email in your language. We will take it from there.

What people are saying about Bliss Wine Imports

  • "So far everything has been very unique, which being from the [San Francisco] Bay Area is a breath of fresh air."

    - Warren Muller

  • "Great people, great wines, quality service, and, oh yeah...a SUPERIOR website with all the info you could ever need on their wines. 5 stars only because that's as high as it goes."

    - Marci Rochester

  • "I have followed the Bliss Wine Imports story on Facebook for months now. I have been totally impressed by their journey to find the best tasting wines at the best value. Most wine buying groups are just finding the wine they like that is already in the USA. Bliss goes to the source and finds the best!"

    - Jason Reid

  • "This wine blew me away. It seemed more complex than other reds I've had, and just had a sophistication to it that I loved. It wasn't overly fruity and the floral nature to it was nice but not overbearing. It went really well with our meal and was a great conversation piece with our guests."

    - Neil Rieger

  • "I'm already a big fan of the wines of Portugal and I was very impressed with the selections Alleah poured."

    - Marcy Gordon

  • "As an entrepreneur and someone that likes "real" wines, I'm intrigued by what you're doing. We had so many reasonably priced, excellent wines in France that we just can't get here. Getting access to wines like that is very cool."

    - Steve Betz

  • "I've been following Bliss Wine Imports's story from the beginning, learning about wine from Alleah and Erin's travels. Alleah's wine videos and blog about the wines proved to me that she knew her stuff. Her dedication to researching these little known family wineries impressed me so much that I decided to try one of her 6-pack cases for the holidays. The wine arrived on-time and well packed (and biodegradable packaging!). I enjoyed trying the different types of wines as I perused the Bliss website. I brought a bottle of the 2012 Caecus Verderón white to my neighbor's dinner party, and it was a big hit! What a way to impress my new neighbors! I'm looking forward to tasting the next collection!"

    - Pilar Newman

  • "The wine is stellar. We're both loving it."

    - Joseph Hovespian

  • "Everything about Alleah's approach to importing – meeting the producers face to face, handpicking the wines, and connecting the consumer with the winemakers – appeals to me. The wines capture a sense of time and place in a bottle. Those of us who participated in the tasting quickly realized we were tasting the future of wine importing and it sure is blissful."

    - Elizabeth Smith