Tag: wine

The six best wines you’ve never tried

If 2017 already has you in a wine-drinking rut, Paul Keating – Wine Advisor in our Warehouse Shop – has the cure: six thoroughly unusual and utterly delicious bottles. Here he explains just why they’re worth trying As the New Year unfolds, so too should a new perspective on the world of wine. I’m sure […]

Hygge and the rise of Scandimania

The trickle of hygge, infiltrating every corner of our lives, seems unstoppable. Here, Tom Van de Pette from our wholesale arm – Fields, Morris & Verdin – explains what Scandimania means for the food on our plates and, most importantly, the bottles we uncork Hygge (pronounced Hoo-gah), a Danish word with no direct translation, is […]

Introducing Luke Edward Hall

Luke Edward Hall, the 20-something designer and illustrator, is the man behind our latest Good Ordinary Claret label. Here, Emily Miles talks to him about the collaboration, his influences and where he’s headed next As Luke Edward Hall pads around his Camden flat in stocking-clad feet, shuffling through stacks of paper to show me his […]

What to drink in 2017: Port

In the final instalment of our series advising on the vintages to uncork this year, Cellar Plan Manager Tom Cave turns his attention to the world of Vintage Port Pre-decimalisation, they built Vintage Ports to last: 1970, 1966, 1963, 1955, 1948, 1947 and the legend that is 1945 all look to be holding up well […]