Our Wine sector expertise

The South of England produces many fine wines, thanks to the limestone soils and warm south facing slopes which provide the perfect growing conditions for grapes in this country.

DMH Stallard has developed a specialist knowledge in the wine industry working with growers, wine makers, land developers and all points in the supply chain. We are ideally located in the premium wine-growing counties of Surrey and Sussex enabling us to offer localised knowledge and insight. Our aim is to fulfil a unique need for a successful combination of services that the wine industry demands.

Our lawyers always adopt the “people first” approach and we pride ourselves on jargon-free, straight talking advice. With transparency comes peace of mind, so that you can focus your time and energy on your business.

Lawyers at DMH Stallard have worked with many household names in the English wine industry, including Ridgeview, which is regularly served at Buckingham Palace and is the official sparkling wine of No. 10 Downing Street.

How our lawyers work

Our pragmatic, can-do attitude runs through everything we do. Many of our lawyers have worked with business owners and managers for a number of years. They can offer first-hand advice that is fine tuned to truly understand the issues businesses in this sector  face. Our years of experience affords us the ability to foresee and plan for bumps in the road as well as provide commercially astute solutions that best suit you and your business. We will always go above and beyond to provide bespoke services to clients; you can be assured that all your work will be Partner-led, giving you the expertise and service that you need.

We offer help at every turn, regardless of what stage your business is at.

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Our expertise in the Wine sector

Our expertise in the Wine sector

Helen Mead
Peter Rainier
Gemma Clark
Romy Cross

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