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Berry Bros & Rudd

I took a quick trip to London, and of course had to stop by a few wine stores. On my list was Berry Bros & Rudd. 156 more words

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LONDON EVENTS – La Maison Maille presents: Unlocking Flavour with Bruno Loubet

From classic red wine to sweet Sauternes vinegar, learn how to enhance the flavours of your festive cooking with Grain Store’s pioneering founder and Maille’s Consultant Chef Bruno Loubet When: Monday 30th November 2015, 19.30-21.30 Where: La Maison Maille, 2 Piccadilly Arcade, London, SW1Y 6NH Price: £30 Held at La Maison Maille in London’s Piccadilly, this […]

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London Business

LONDON EVENTS - La Maison Maille presents: Unlocking Flavour with Bruno Loubet

From classic red wine to sweet Sauternes vinegar, learn how to enhance the flavours of your festive cooking with Grain Store’s pioneering founder and Maille’s Consultant Chef Bruno Loubet… 246 more words

Heart London Magazine

Blue Hanger, 7th Release


Blue Hanger is the name of a series of blended malts released by the venerable wine merchant and independent bottler of whisky (and other spirits), Berry Bros. 547 more words

*Whisky By Rating

Bubbles in Wan Chai - Champagne Thiénot at Berry Bros. & Rudd

A relative newcomer to the world of sparkling wine, Champagne Thiénot was established in 1985 by Alain Thiénot. Given that many of the great names in Champagne can trace their history back centuries it speaks volumes that a comparative youngster has gained such a foothold in the minds of Champagne drinkers. 430 more words

Wine Tastings

From Where Does the Name "Cutty Sark Scotch Whisky" Come?

“Cutty Sark is a range of blended Scotch whisky produced by Edrington plc of Glasgow, whose main office is less than 10 miles from the birthplace of the famous clipper ship of the same name. 565 more words

British History

Charting Churchill: Berry Bros. & Rudd, Wine Merchants, 3 St. James's Street, London

Berry Bros. & Rudd, Wine Merchants, 3 St. James’s Street, London 2014

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It is well known that Winston Churchill enjoyed the finer things in life, although his taste for luxuries generally exceeded his budget. 375 more words