Category: Old World

The last word in festive wines – part one

Our trio of Berry Bros. & Rudd team members – Anne McHale MW, Edwin Dublin and Barbara Drew – have pooled their wisdom to divine the on-trend wines worth entertaining this Christmas, from Champagne, Burgundy and the Loire Anne McHale MW on Burgundy  Beaujolais is making a comeback. As a whole the region is gradually […]

The Bekaa of beyond

The Lebanon’s foremost producer, Château Musar is worthy of its connoisseur status and more says Emerging Regions Buyer Martin Hudson MW. Here he praises a unique terroir that has thrived in spite of a lengthy war and ongoing political unrest – and explains why our Wine Club members have a vinous treasure in store this […]

Understanding Alsace – Lunch & Learn 5

Misunderstood and under-appreciated, the wines of Alsace are fabulous with food but it can be hard to guess what’s behind the label. Here, Wine School’s latest recruit Isabelle Tan explores the region. What does Alsace mean to you? For me it means good memories, delicious food, great wines, a part of France where people have […]

Introducing Berry Bros. & Rudd’s Reserve Red, White and Rosé

A merchant’s house wine should be the best it can offer for the price: a standard by which it can be judged. And so it was with no small sense of responsibility that Mark Pardoe MW, our Wine Buying Director, embarked on a project to refresh and improve our own-label offering. The Berrys’ Own Selection […]