Month: October, 2020

A closer look at the design of The King’s Ginger

We’ve collaborated with Stranger & Stranger to bring the latest bottle of The King’s Ginger to life. Our ginger and lemon spirit is deeply rooted in the history of Berry Bros. & Rudd, and its new look is inspired by its rich heritage. Explore the inspiration and considerations behind its latest design.   The King’s Ginger owes its name and spirit (in all senses of the word) to King Edward […]

The history and heritage of The King’s Ginger

The King’s Ginger – our favourite ginger and lemon liqueur – is steeped in 117 years of history, since its inception in 1903. The story behind it is just as colourful as the king it was named for. I speak to Ronnie Cox, our Brands Heritage Director, to uncover the details of its rich heritage.   The King and his neighbourhood In […]

Five of the best bottles in our Autumn Sale

During our recent Autumn Sale, 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 reds can’t be complex: Tissot’s Singulier will certainly prove you wrong. […]

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 […]