Tag: Good Ordinary Claret

Behind the label

Artists and filmmakers Iain Forsyth and Jane Pollard created our latest Good Ordinary Claret limited-edition label. It’s the fourth in the series, and undoubtedly the most intriguing to date. We talk to them about how, and why, they came up with their striking composition

A life less ordinary: Kate Boxer

Today sees the launch of our latest limited-edition Good Ordinary Claret label, with celebrated British artist Kate Boxer following in the footsteps of Luke Edward Hall and Sir Paul Smith. Emily Miles visited Kate in her studio to talk about family, food and the bucolic beauty of Sussex

The meaning of value

What is a good value wine? We ask Wine Director, Mark Pardoe MW, for his thoughts on what “value” really means Value, like beauty, is in the eye of the beholder. There cannot be a universal definition of value as the concept must always be a subjective one. A sense of value is arrived at […]

Introducing Luke Edward Hall

Luke Edward Hall, the 20-something designer and illustrator, is the man behind our latest Good Ordinary Claret label. Here, Emily Miles talks to him about the collaboration, his influences and where he’s headed next As Luke Edward Hall pads around his Camden flat in stocking-clad feet, shuffling through stacks of paper to show me his […]