Opici Family Distributing of Connecticut welcomed David Milligan Selections (DMS), with acclaimed wineries such as Domaine Fournier, Château de Pizay, Chateau du Trignon, Domaine du Vieux Lazaret and Domaine Houchart. Each winery in the portfolio represents “delicious French wines at an incredible value.” DMS’ producers practice sustainable agriculture in the vineyard and the highest standard of winemaking in the winery, showcasing each vineyard’s individuality. Opici also welcomed a new natural wine portfolio from importers Critical Mass Selections, a focused natural wine portfolio mainly from Italy, Spain, Portugal and Hungary. Producers use no fertilizers, pesticides, herbicides or any other toxic substances. In wine production, each is free from any chemical or animal additives and uses only native yeasts and add no or very little free sulfur. Wines from Fattoria Mondo Antico, Fattoria di Vaira, Matita and Bodegas Gratias, Familia y Viñedos are among them. Producer La Bodega de las Estrellas debuts 1.5-liter innovative packaging in its newly available, cleverly named, Bagnums.