Tag: history of Berry Bros. & Rudd

History in the weighing

As we launch a competition offering you the chance to step onto the scales at No.3 St James’s Street and win your weight in wine, we republish an article from the Spring 1982 edition of our Number Three Magazine, recalling some of the more famous tales surrounding our rather esoteric tradition of weighing. Although the old wooden […]

Thespian royalty and rationing: the wine trade in 1945

In the autumn of 1990, Anthony Berry wrote an article for Number Three magazine looking back at the wine trade in 1945, struggling in the shadow of WWII, and recalling an unexpected encounter with two stars of the stage. When I came back to Number Three in November 1945 the wine trade was completely different from what it […]

The Sussex Cellar: a new subterranean space

As the ribbon is cut and our newest cellar declared open, Demetri Walters MW – Sales Manager of our Private Wine Events team – ducks out of the sun and into the Sussex Cellar, exploring the space and its history. After more than three years in the making, we revealed our long-anticipated Sussex Cellar last […]

The other No.3

In our series taking a closer look at the buildings of Berry Bros. & Rudd Steffan Griffiths – Wine Advisor from our Private Wine Events team – regales the history of our Townhouse. The history of Berry Bros. & Rudd is long and colourful, but most stories focus on our original premises at No.3 St […]