Category: New World

Wine for the weekend: 2010 Knox Alexander

Felipe Carvallo, one of the enviably knowledgeable wine advisors who man our phones, couldn’t resist sharing this gem he’s got planned for a pre-Grand National lunch this weekend. This weekend, I’ll be revisiting an old favourite for the season: Au Bon Climat’s Pinot Noir powerhouse, 2010 Knox Alexander. Concentrated and complex with a lightness of […]

Central Europe: the New World?

Bulgaria, Hungary, Croatia and Moldova are, in reputation at least, a long way from the Old World wine regions of countries such as France. But recent investment and development means that they are fast becoming the source of some of the world’s most exciting wines. Martin Hudson MW, the buyer who selected some Central European […]

Tim Atkin MW – a man on a (wine-based) mission…

A regular in your weekend newspapers, Tim Atkin MW is one of Britain’s leading wine writers. Here, he talks to us about up-and-coming wine regions, how to find your perfect bottle and why the future of wine might just be on Twitter (#noway!) How do you see your role as a wine critic? I would […]

Changing the image of wine

Take a trip behind the scenes at Berry Bros. & Rudd as photographer Jason Lowe travels through the Southern Hemisphere to photograph the great, the good and the most fascinating details of the wine world. Jason Lowe, the renowned photographer, has been working with us to capture the visual story which surrounds Berry Bros. & […]