Tag: champagne

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 […]

London Launch for Dom Pérignon 2004

How do you launch an iconic champagne? Well, you can have a light extravaganza on the hallowed grounds of the Abbaye Hautvillers from whence the Dom himself came, and which set Twitter alight with affirmative sparkling commentary. This then becomes a fascinating backdrop on screens for those of us attending the London launch at an […]

A sparkling week in the life of Edwin Dublin, London Shop Champagne Specialist

For those who think of February as a dull month of fading memories of New Year festivities and of a winter that seems to never end, I have to disagree.  For the past few years, this month has always been enlivened by two important dates in my calendar.  The Berrys’ Rosé Champagne tasting that I host […]