Category: Miscellaneous

Vintage Port – anything to declare?

Each year, Port winemakers face the question of whether to “declare a vintage” or not. Tom Cave, Account Manager and Port expert, tells us a little more about this unique regional tradition and reflects on our very own Vintage Port.   St George’s Day passed last month as unnoticed as ever; though among those who do […]

The King’s Ginger: sustaining a liquid legacy

With the Coronation of King Charles III fast approaching, our thoughts are turning to what the future may hold, both for us and for the planet. Here, we explore the sustainable actions we’re taking to transform The King’s Ginger from a liqueur rooted in legacy, to one suited to the future   The King’s Ginger has […]

Wines for a Coronation weekend lunch

The crowning of a new king is upon us: the most fabled of reasons for a party. A delicious spread is a must – whether you’re celebrating the dawn of the Carolean age or the start of the long weekend. With the King’s chosen recipes now known, we’ve put together some (unofficial) suggestions on wine […]

Wines fit for a king

Examining the wine list from Queen Elizabeth II’s Coronation banquet in 1953, there are many similarities with the wines we still enjoy today. Ahead of the Coronation of King Charles III, Alexandra Gray de Walden examines which wines have stood the test of time since 1953 and those which may be seen at this year’s […]