Tag: Bordeaux 2015

A taste of Bordeaux: entrecôte bordelaise

In the wake of Bordeaux 2015, our Head Chef Stewart Turner provides another recipe from the region – this time it’s entrecôte bordelaise, a classic beef dish that’s grilled or barbecued to perfection. Demetri Walters MW suggests the bottles that would go best – and they’re not all from Bordeaux. In the glass: While Claret would […]

Bordeaux 2015: our best buys

Following on from our list of top-scoring Bordeaux 2015s, as well as those that pulled at our team’s heartstrings, we have put together a wish-list of wines which we think offer the best value, whether Cru Bourgeois or Classed Growth. Ch. Angludet, Margaux – 16.5/20 What a lovely, rich and fresh wine. Ch. Angludet is […]

Bordeaux 2015: picking favourites

Looking beyond the wines that ticked boxes and scored the highest, here we present the wines from Bordeaux 2015 that really set our team’s hearts aflutter, and whose prices we hope will do the same. Ch. Haut-Bailly, Pessac-Léognan – 17.5/20 The nose here is as seductive as ever. With refined, creamy black cherry and redcurrant […]

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 […]