Our partners

Lindsay Wine Estate

Our partner in Australia is in Tanunda in the Barossa Valley. Lindsay combines the contemporary with tradision in a very nice way. This leads to a wide variety of single grape wines, in all price ranges. The most exclusive series it the LWE.

Jostein and Stig visited the vineyard in March 2020 and the tour of the vineyard resulted in this collaboration. The relaxed atmosphere with wine tasting from both barrel an bottle, cheese, local charcuterie and vinyl on the record player suited us well. 

Further information about Lindsay Wine Estate.


Our partner in France resides in the village Ambonnay in the heart of Montagne de Reims.
They produce grower Champagne which makes them one of the few producers labelled as Récoltant Manipulant (RM). 

Secondé-Simon has over 6 hectar with Grand Cru vinyards.
Both non-vintage and vintage Champagne is produced and some of the product lines are very limited as they come from small plots around the farm.

Stig and some French friends visited Secondé-Simon a couple of years ago. When Fun Fuel was established, it felt natural to establish contact and import these quality products to the Norwegian market.

Further information about Secondé-Simon.


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Our Italian partner Vinosko is established by Stein Erik Ansethmoen, who formerly worked as a helicopter navigator with "Skvadron 330", a department within the Norwegian Army Airforce.

Stein Erik was studying to become a sommelier at the same time as Jostein in Fun Fuel, and when he retired after a total of 6825 hours of flying, he decided to settle down in Italy. He has worked actively to become a wine producer, and recently launched his first wine "Vinosko" together with oenologist and agronomist Gian Luca Petti. All the work behind growing and harvesting the grapes is done by hand.

Vinosko takes up a total of 9 hectares, where grapes for red wine production takes up about 6 hectares. The area is located in Orvieto, Umbria.