Tag: champagne

36 Hours In… the rarified world of Krug

Difficult though it is to believe, working at Berry Bros. & Rudd isn’t all hard graft. Fine Wine’s recent visit to Krug was an especially enviable occasion reports Cellar Plan Manager Tom Cave – especially with the chance to preview Krug’s 2003 vintage. A visit to Krug was always going to be done with style. […]

How to shop the sales (Berry Bros. & Rudd style)

Thankfully, the January sales have more to offer than just cut-price sofas. Here, Sara Guiducci, one of our fine wine account managers, makes her recommendations from the Berry Bros offering. From a good Chablis substitute to finding the best value on the Côte-Rôtie, there is plenty to tempt… 2012 Pago de Los Capellanes, Joven, Ribera del […]

Growers’ Champagne – A Growth Industry

Simon Field, our buyer for Champagne, sheds a little light on what makes Growers’ Champagne such a beguiling prospect. The term Grande Marque does not lack for Gallic flair, and – as with many things of Gallic persuasion – it does not actually mean a great deal. In relation to Champagne, the ‘Marque’ (ie ‘brand’) […]

Champagne Thiénot launches in Hong Kong

Ferorsa Choi, from Berry Bros. & Rudd in Hong Kong, takes a masterclass in Grower Champagne with Thiénot. We were delighted to welcome Stanislas Thiénot, son of the founder Alain Thiénot, to launch Champagne Thiénot in Hong Kong. The highlight of the week was our tasting at Opera Gallery in Central, where guests were able […]