Month: July, 2015

Kate Spicer on her passion for pink

Continuing our series of guest blogs Kate Spicer declares her shameless love of rosé: entirely unapologetic, she champions the power of pink. I have some neighbours whose everyday wines are far from ordinary: Guigal Côte-Rôties and the very best of the Montrachet crus. I’m constantly dropping in around wine o’clock; “Oh, no I’d better not. […]

They came to Number Three: The Royal Dukes

Following the opening of our new events venue, the Sussex Cellar, we republish an article from our Number Three magazine on “Queen Victoria’s Wicked Uncles”; the Royal Dukes of the early 19th century, of which the Duke of Sussex (the namesake of our cellar) was one. Nothing did more to popularise the custom of being […]

The Sussex Cellar: a new subterranean space

As the ribbon is cut and our newest cellar declared open, Demetri Walters MW – Sales Manager of our Private Wine Events team – ducks out of the sun and into the Sussex Cellar, exploring the space and its history. After more than three years in the making, we revealed our long-anticipated Sussex Cellar last […]

A wine’s worth

Following a dinner littered with wines from the world’s greatest producers, Gareth Birchley – Fine Wine Buyer for Asia – discusses the value of the bottles cherished by wine-lovers. As a wine merchant it is easy to become disillusioned with the value of wine. We are a fortunate breed that is often privileged enough to […]