Category: History

Our menus through time

Berry Bros. & Rudd has hosted guests at No.3 St James’s Street for centuries. With a sample of menus from the 1930s, here we examine the food and the wines in our menus through time. If you have ever visited the guest lavatories at No.3 St James’s Street, you might have spotted the unique wallpaper. […]

Three women over three centuries

To celebrate International Women’s Day, we wanted to share the stories of three significant women in our history. Each one has played a huge part in forming the Berry Bros. & Rudd we see today. Here, Alexandra Gray de Walden introduces them.   With the word “Bros.” in our company name, people are often surprised […]

Berry Bros. & Rudd then and now: Christmas

As we celebrate our 325th anniversary this year, we’ve been looking at what has changed in those three centuries. Examining various parts of our business, we explore how things are different now and what we might see in the future. In the final part of this series, Edwin Dublin, Manager of our London Shop takes […]

A day to celebrate

We are delighted to announce that the iconic Hambledon vineyard – a true piece of British heritage, established in 1952 – is now part of the Berry Bros. & Rudd and the Symington families. The bid to acquire Hambledon was a joint venture between us and Symington Family Estates. The Symingtons have been Port producers […]