Tag: Good Ordinary Claret

Good Ordinary Claret: behind the scenes

Max Lalondrelle is the Managing Director of Fine Wine at Berry Bros. & Rudd, having previously been our Sales Manager and Bordeaux Buyer. He talks us through 20 years of Good Ordinary Claret.   What’s your role when it comes to Good Ordinary Claret?   I started out in Berry Bros. & Rudd as the Bordeaux Buyer, and the region remains very close to my heart. […]

The history of Good Ordinary Claret

Good Ordinary Claret is our signature red Bordeaux at Berry Bros. & Rudd. We speak to Christopher Berry Green, our former Managing Director and Chairman, to uncover the details of Good Ordinary Claret’s early days in the 1970s.   Good Ordinary Claret is a wine inextricably woven into the heritage of Berry Bros. & Rudd. The label itself makes this clear from the outset: a monochrome […]

Anything but Ordinary

Our Good Ordinary and Extra Ordinary Claret are some of our best-selling wines – but what is the difference between these two red Bordeaux? Bordeaux specialist Philip Moulin explains Good. Ordinary. Claret. Three words that our customers probably associate with us more than any other. “GOC”, as it is known affectionately, has been our best-selling […]

Our anything-but-ordinary labels

Iain Forsyth and Jane Pollard’s label is the fourth in our limited-edition series for Good Ordinary Claret. Sitting alongside Sir Paul Smith, Luke Edward Hall and Kate Boxer, the artists and filmmakers are in excellent company.