Category: Wine School

Ready, set, sake

Delicate, savoury, aromatic and refreshing: sake is just as fascinating and delicious as wine but can be underappreciated. After an off-putting first encounter, Wine Advisor (but sake novice) Joshua Friend explains how he became a convert

Why wine is really just geography

Wine isn’t fine art or strict chemistry – or not so Fine Wine Account Manager Jared Ehret claims. Here he argues that wine and its endless variety is simply the product of geography

How to make wine: rosé

As we officially kick off all things summer this week, we dive into opening the first of our 12 essential summer wines – our Own Selection Provence Rosé. We ask Wine and Spirits Education Specialist Barbara Drew to don her rosé-tinted spectacles and explain the different ways of making wine pink Looking out the window at […]

Advice: Sir Lunchalot

The second in a series of our advice column, Berry Bros. & Rudd in-house expert Sir Lunchalot answers all your wine-related questions… This month, the conundrum of which is better – cork or screwcap? Dear Sir, When faced with the decision of purchasing wine in screw top or in cork, there are many conflicting pieces […]