Tag: Berrys’ Own Selection

A look at our 2019 Own Selection Gavi

The new 2019 vintage of our Own Selection Gavi del Comune di Gavi has arrived. Davy Żyw, our Italy Wine Buyer, tells us all about it. We are lucky enough to work with some of the world’s best producers to create our Own Selection wines. Each is the result of our strong relationship with a […]

The Norman conquest

It took a mere 315 years for Berry Bros. & Rudd to find the perfect Calvados. Here, spirits specialist Rob Whitehead documents his quest to bring the ultimate apple brandy to market. Selecting a spirit to be bottled in our Berrys’ Own Selection range can be a deceptively complex process, easily capable of running the […]

Berrys’ Barolo has arrived! Vittore Alessandria introduces a key ingredient: his Campasso vineyard…

I am pleased to say that Berrys’ Barolo, the 2008 vintage as made by the historic cantina Fratelli Alessandria, is now for sale on our website! A traditional yet ripe expression of Italy’s fine Nebbiolo wine, Berrys’ Barolo 2008 is a blend of two Verduno vineyards: Rocche dell’Olmo and Campasso, aged in large slavonian oak barrels […]

Berrys’ Barolo 2008, Fratelli Alessandria, Verduno, coming soon! (Sept!)

It’s finally happened! Thirty years after launching the Berrys’ Own Selection range of ‘house wines’, a range that now numbers approximately forty labels, I’m very pleased to announce that we’ve found the ideal Nebbiolo wine to become our Berrys’ Barolo! Coming from the village of Verduno, the wine is a traditional blend made by the […]