Category: Port and Sherry

What to drink in 2019: Vintage Port

In the second of our reports on which vintages you should be tucking into in 2019, Cellar Plan Manager Tom Cave turns his attention to the amazingly age-worthy wines of the Douro Valley

On the pour: William Pickering Tawny Port

Every month we highlight one of the wines currently available to taste in the Enomatic machines in our London shop. This time, it’s the turn of a Christmas favourite: our rich and nutty own-label Tawny Port

Mystery in miniature

Julian Wiseman – the author of a new reference book, Port Vintages – attempts to unravel one of the smallest secrets of our history; the identity of a few bottles in a rather special cellar

En rama: the salty herald of summer

With en rama season upon us, we ask Lenka Sedlackova MW to explain just what en rama Sherry is and why it remains the wine trade’s insider-secret for the ultimate summer tipple Summer is here! Well, sort of. As I am writing this, at the end of May, raindrops fall on the window and I’m […]