I feel as though I start my notes about tasting evenings with “not too familiar” or words to that effect. In the spirit of repetition, I’m, about to do it again…
Berry Brothers and Rudd. Yep. I’m not too familiar with them. I know the name of course. But I couldn’t have told you much else.
This tasting has come round quickly in March, however it was welcome respite from the nonsense of the day job.
Berry Brothers and Rudd (established 1968!) are perhaps better known for their wine. They are Britains oldest wine and spirit merchant. They’ve been supplier to the Royal Family since the reign of King George III. They have a range of over 4,000 wines and spirits.
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