Just around the corner

Over the past few months, you may have noticed rather a lot of building work going on around Pall Mall. Well, we have to confess – it was us. We’ve been bursting to tell you, but this weekend the boards came down and we can finally reveal all. Today we swung open a new set of […]

Fighting frost

With the worst spring frosts for 30 years causing havoc across Europe, Will Lyons and Barbara Drew look at what is next for the 2017 vintage and its anxious winemakers For the vigneron, with an eye for detail, the weather is the only external influence which cannot be controlled. The arrival of spring marks an […]

Bordeaux 2016: our top cellar-fillers

In a very good vintage such as 2016, we always recommend putting aside some of our favourite wines – bottles which won’t break the bank but will reap unbelievable rewards with five to 10 years of cellaring. Here’s our top 10 to tuck away 2016 Ch. Angludet, Margaux This is one of the best Angludets […]

Seasonal sensations: wild garlic

As soon as the bluebells blossom, Britain’s abundant wild garlic begins to poke its head through the soil. To honour its spring re-emergence our Head Chef Stewart Turner has whipped up a lovely seasonal velouté, while Richard Veal suggests some appropriate wine pairings On the table: Nothing says spring has sprung quite like the first […]