Tag: champagne

How to match Champagne with food – Lunch & Learn 4

You might be reading this while tucking into an al-desko sandwich, but don’t let that stop you contemplating more luxurious fare. For day four of our Lunch & Learn series, Wine School’s Barbara Drew explores the potential of Champagne as a superb food wine. When most people hear the word Champagne they think of canapés […]

Tasting Champagne’s terroir

Edwin Dublin, our Champagne specialist, takes a tour through the region’s most celebrated villages to explore how different producers bring their own unique styles to bear on their wines. A recent whistle-stop tour of 15 Champagne producers in three days re-affirmed to me just how different Champagnes can be. However, what shone through all of […]

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 […]