Tag: champagne

What to drink in 2015: Champagne

In the most recent instalment in our series on the vintages to enjoy this year, Edwin Dublin – Champagne Specialist and Assistant Manager of our London Shop – takes a look at the Champagnes that are shining now. Champagne has a heady number of styles to enjoy in 2015. Growers are still pushing the envelope, often using sustainable […]

Pairing wine with shellfish

In the sixth and final chapter on pairing wine with key ingredients, food writer Susie Carter looks at the best matches to complement shellfish. Shellfish is very delicate in flavour, so it’s important not to overpower it with the wine you serve. France tends to have a more austere approach to aromatic whites than New […]

The last word in festive wines – part one

Our trio of Berry Bros. & Rudd team members – Anne McHale MW, Edwin Dublin and Barbara Drew – have pooled their wisdom to divine the on-trend wines worth entertaining this Christmas, from Champagne, Burgundy and the Loire Anne McHale MW on Burgundy  Beaujolais is making a comeback. As a whole the region is gradually […]

Krug: a Marque of distinction

Gary Owen, a Private Account Manager in our Fine Wine team, explains the superstar allure of Krug’s prestige Champagnes on the eve of a rare tasting hosted by its ebullient House Director, Olivier Krug There are very few wines which evoke the excitement, nay, almost hysteria amongst those in the wine trade and customers alike […]