Month: October, 2020

Five of the best bottles in our Autumn Sale

Our Autumn Sale is live, with discounts of up to 40% on fine wine and spirits. We asked George Turner, Assistant Manager of our London Shop, to recommend five of the most interesting bottles on offer. Delectably complex Jura 2018 Arbois Trousseau, Singulier, Domaine Tissot, Jura Don’t be fooled into thinking that light- to medium-bodied […]

Making sense of Piedmont wine

Piedmont’s wines are favoured by foodies, and perfect alongside autumnal flavours. Barbara Drew MW talks us through the famous Italian wine region’s incredible depth and breadth Piedmont is one of my favourite Italian wine regions, with its rolling hills, autumn fogs and hearty cuisine. As with every region of this diverse country, the breadth of […]

English truffles: the hunt for black gold

English truffles may lack the status of their Italian counterparts, but these little-known delicacies have been found in our native woodlands for hundreds of years. Intrigued, Emily Miles goes hunting. As summer gradually gives way to autumn, professional truffle hunters start to practice their craft. Hoping for a glimpse into this secretive world, I got in touch with The […]

The Grocer of St James’s Street | Part 2

This article is the second part of The Grocer of St James’s Street, originally published in Number Three magazine in Spring 1958. Delving into the St James’s of the 17th century, this article continues the story of William Pickering – the man who laid the foundations for Berry Bros. & Rudd as it is today. […]