Tag: champagne

Moments of celebration: cake and Champagne

With celebrations of all sorts in the air and on our minds, we ask Head Chef Stewart Turner to craft us a cake to mark a milestone in Berry Bros. & Rudd’s own recent history – our London shop’s first birthday In May, our “new” shop (which will probably always be considered new until it […]

The fine art of feasting

With Christmas under a week away, wine writer Victoria Moore offers essential tips on seasonal food and wine matching – from what to eat alongside Champagne to the bottles to bolster your Boxing Day banquet, extracted from her book The Wine Dine Dictionary Champagne: A bottle of Champagne is usually cracked open as an apéritif. […]

In praise of the magnum

As we approach Christmas – the time, if any, that we all deserve a touch of indulgence – Private Account Manager Jared Ehret considers why size does (sometimes) matter, pondering the virtues of the majestic magnum That smutty adage, of size not being as important as the way it’s used, strikes me as profoundly true […]

Between the lines: Peter Liem’s Champagne

The regional blend has long been king in Champagne – but today the rise of artisan Growers, a focus on vintage expression and site-specific cuvées is changing the region’s reputation. Here, Champagne Specialist Edwin Dublin reviews Peter Liem’s new book, painting a thoroughly modern portrait of the region The beautiful presentation (boxed with some reprints […]