Category: Rhône Wine

Uncork the best of the Rhône

Continuing our foray into the cellars in pursuit of the best of what’s drinking now, Simon Field MW espouses the Rhône’s ripe and ready vintages. In the Rhône the quartet of fine years from 1998-2001 are all holding up, with 2001 primus inter pares as expected. The 2003 vintage, despite some fulsome praise from a […]

A Burns Night Supper (with a twist): lamb, pearl barley and haggis hot-pot

You don’t have to make your own haggis to cook up a feast fit for Rabbie this Burns Night, says our chef Stewart Turner. His riff on the classic neeps and tatties dish is simple, substantial and very, very tasty. This is my take on a Burns Night supper dish: a hearty lamb and pearl […]

Introducing Jason Lowe

Over the past several months, we have been working with award-winning photographer, Jason Lowe, to produce a new series of images for Berry Bros. & Rudd. Jason has made his name photographing some of the world’s best food: his partnership with leading chef Mark Hix is well known, and together they have produced numerous cookbooks […]

Rhône 2012: an Audrey Hepburn of a vintage

Much has changed since Simon Field MW, our Rhône buyer, first started to select the region’s wines for our list. Here he reports on 2012 – a vintage that’s more Audrey than Marilyn Monroe, he says. Our annual Autumnal pilgrimage to the Rhône Valley used to be quite a modest affair; we would arrive in […]