No.3 magazine: the new issue is here


Copies of No.3 magazine are arranged on a table at No.3 St James's Street. An old-fashioned phone and dried flowers decorate the table.
We’ve just unboxed the latest edition of No.3 magazine. Here’s a taste of what to expect.

There was just one theme that felt fitting for this issue of No.3 magazine – the future.  Over the past year, so much has been paused, put on hold and delayed, and it seemed like time to fully immerse ourselves in the energy of the wine world’s most exciting stories.

We asked our Buyers – the talent scouts of the industry – to recommend the producers that they feel are destined for greatness. They came back with six names to watch, some new and some just coming into their own. We’ll be taking time to tell you more about them over the coming months.

We also quizzed our Buyers on which is the most exciting wine region. There was one clear winner – and it’s not exactly new news. England. As Wine Buyer Davy Zyw explains, the scene is perfectly poised. It’s mature enough to be attracting serious talent and investment, yet young enough to be surrounded by buzz. It’s also experiencing changing climate conditions which – for now at least – are ensuring new things are possible when it comes to the quality of what can be produced.

And there’s so much more. The endlessly knowledgeable Barbara Drew MW examines the technology shaping the way we grow, make and consume wine. Elsewhere, we look to the future through a different, more personal lens. We speak to three young Berrys and Rudds to find out how they view the next 300 years of Berry Bros. & Rudd.

You can pick up your copy of No.3 magazine our shops. Alternatively, we’ll be publishing extracts from it on our editorial hub over the coming months.

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