Category: Port and Sherry

What to drink in 2015: Port

Our Cellar Plan Manager Tom Cave sings the praises of Port, shining a light on which vintages to retrieve from your cellar and uncork in 2015 The 1970 wines and the superb pair of vintages 1963 and 1966 are all now at their pinnacle. While many are still developing and urging no haste, this trio of vintages is […]

All you need to know about Sherry

On Monday the wine trade will convene for its annual Sherry tasting. Not wanting to miss out, we gave Berry Bros. & Rudd staffer (and paid-up Sherry enthusiast) Emily Monsell free rein to extol the finer points of Fino, Oloroso et al. Here’s her guide to appreciating this most under-rated style of wine. Mention that […]

Vintage Port – what’s drinking well

Fortunate enough to have laid down some decent Port? Tom Cave, our Cellar Plan manager, goes into his archives to find those bottles which are showing at their best right now. Anyone lucky enough to own Vintage Port from the decade preceding 1970 will likely have consumed their 1960s and be well into their 1966s […]

Foods to match with En Rama Sherry

Have you tried En Rama Sherry? This relatively unknown type of Sherry has a very distinctive flavour and, thanks to unique wine making processes, is best drunk relatively soon after purchase. With this in mind, I decided to compile my list of top things to eat with En Rama Sherries to help you enjoy this […]