Launch of Dow’s Oak-Aged Tawny Ports

The Symington family hold one of the largest and most valuable stocks of Port ageing in seasoned oak, including barrels that date back to the 19th century. Charles Symington has used these beautifully mature wines to redefine the Dow 10, 20, 30 and 40-Year-Old Ports. Charles has maintained a dry finish for these wines, theContinue reading “Launch of Dow’s Oak-Aged Tawny Ports”

Berry Bros. & Rudd Gets Into The Christmas Spirit

Berry Bros. & Rudd is getting into the festive spirit, unveiling a carefully selected range of hampers, wines and spirits for the season. Britain’s oldest family-owned wine and spirit merchant has this year, revamped its Christmas collection, with a focus on its best selling hampers, whilst shining a spotlight on its spirits offering. For ChristmasContinue reading “Berry Bros. & Rudd Gets Into The Christmas Spirit”

Cockburn’s Tasting Notes

Port is one of those categories that gets overlooked a lot in many bars and restaurants. But I for one try to offer it to customers to let them into a new flavour, a new experience, which can get them hooked. Cockburn’s have established themselves as one of the leading brands of Port since 1815,Continue reading “Cockburn’s Tasting Notes”

Corks Out Summer Tasting – Manchester

Last week was the inaugural start of something that has been proving popular in recent years – the Corks Out tasting evenings. Only this time, instead of the usual Warrington and Chester locations, they’ve branched out into Manchester and brought along with them a host of brands in both wine, Champagne and spirits. With the promiseContinue reading “Corks Out Summer Tasting – Manchester”