Category: Bordeaux Wine

Bordeaux 2015: our CEO’s view

Dan Jago has recently returned (just about in one piece) from his tasting trip to Bordeaux. From his vinous highlights to the “enormous fun and very hard work” of a Berry Bros. & Rudd trip, here he gives his insights into tasting 2015. When I climbed aboard the Berry Bros. & Rudd minibus to make […]

Bordeaux 2015: a vintage like no other

Having tasted the vintage, Max Lalondrelle, our highly regarded Buying Director, gives his view of Bordeaux 2015 – the like of which, in his 15 years of en primeur experience, he has never seen before. Prior to tasting the 2015 vintage, I’d anticipated it was going to be the best since 2010: that is now […]

Bordeaux 2015: our top 10

As we await the release of the wines, along with their all-important pricing, we present our pick of Bordeaux’s 2015 crop. Here you will find the 10 top-scoring wines as chosen by our team of experts. Pétrus, Pomerol – 19/20 Quite restrained on the nose, this wine is so opulent on the palate. Expressive, seductive black […]

Bordeaux 2015: the role of the merchant

With his final epistle, Jonathan White emphasises the merchant’s role in assessing and advising on Bordeaux 2015, a vintage about which the team is undoubtedly excited. On Wednesday morning Christian Seely of Ch. Pichon Baron discussed with us the challenges of taking part in blind tastings and the difficulties faced when you are judging wines […]