Visit Berry at least once, just to sniff the history. The company has been selling wine here since William III was king (that’s late 17th century, for anyone not up on their history), and the cellars are ancient.
Berry’s impressive list of discerning patrons includes Lord Byron, William Pitt and Queen Elizabeth II (though probably not personally), all drawn by the heady atmosphere, highly knowledgeable staff and consistently high-quality wines – the shop excels at the traditional favourites of the well heeled, albeit with prices to match.
There’s ample choice under £10, however, and its own-label wines (clarets especially) are superb. And despite the shop’s heritage (and appealingly creaky floorboards), the brand makes an effort to stay completely up-to-date with innovations in the wine trade.
|Venue name:||Berry Bros & Rudd||Contact:|
3 St James's Street
|Opening hours:||Open 10am-6pm Mon-Fri; 10am-5pm Sat|
|Transport:||Tube: Green Park tube|
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it is an amazing wine shop to visit. There are many interested wine class from enter level to advance for joining.
Family-owned company, friendly, fun, amazing Chairman, celebrates history, culture, innovation in equal measure. Love it.
A delightful venue. Steeped in history, giving a wonderful sense of old world charm. Step back in time and join the literary, political and theatrical greats that once trod the reclaimed ship's floorboards.
Where else in the world could you walk into a small piece of a city's history, marvel at the experience, and then walk out with something to celebrate the experience. Whoever buys their Bordeaux deserves a medal.
The best place to buy wine on the planet.
Beautiful store with traditional and modern presentations.
Expert staff - and good value blended wines.
The Good Ordinary Claret is exceptional.
What great comments, thanks, yes we are the best, who is to say that Byron was wrong in shopping and being weighed at the finest wine merchants in Great Britain and possibly the world