What to drink in 2020: Burgundy

Last but not least in our round-up of the vintages you should be drinking this year, Buyer Adam Bruntlett offers a detailed run-down on both red and white Burgundy White Burgundy An excellent tasting of 2010 white Burgundy organised last year by Sarah Marsh MW in our cellars at No.3 St James’s Street provided a […]

Burgundy 2018: the new normal?

As our offering of Burgundy 2018 En Primeur goes live, our Buyer Adam Bruntlett introduces the vintage – one that offered both quality and quantity, but also posed new challenges for the region’s growers The 2018 vintage encapsulates the future of Burgundy; a snapshot, perhaps, of the new normal. A warm and dry summer which […]

Burgundy 2018: vintage report

In January we’ll be launching our offering of Burgundy 2018 En Primeur. Having spent several weeks tasting the vintage and talking to growers, our Burgundy Buyer Adam Bruntlett provides a full run-down of the 2018 growing season in the Côte d’Or This is one of the rare vintages that offers both quality and quantity. On […]

The new Burgundy: coping with climate change

Burgundy winemakers today face a very different climate to their forebears: but while warmer summers might seem like a blessing, they bring their own challenges. Our Buyer Adam Bruntlett reports on how the region’s vignerons are adapting in the vineyard and winery Burgundy drinkers might be forgiven for thinking we are living in something of […]