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Bring Your Own: Let Jeroboams Create Your Wine List

Bring Your Own: Let Jeroboams Create Your Wine List

The concept of Bring Your Own (bottle) is a much-loved one her at Jeroboams, in that everyone kind of wins. The restaurant doesn’t have to get too involved in the fiddly business of getting a licence, allowing them to focus on the cooking, and you, the punter, get to take a really good bottle of … Continued


Meet the Producer: Ortega Ezquerro

Meet the Producer: Ortega Ezquerro

The story of Ortega Ezquerro begins with Quintín Ortega, who planted the family’s first vines back in the year 1896. At that stage, their founding father was a humble barrel-maker with ambitions, who as well as making barrels for the aging and shipping of wine, decided to go a step further by planting some vines. … Continued


Burgundy 2016: We Need to Talk About Frost

Burgundy 2016: We Need to Talk About Frost

If the British love to talk about the weather, the Burgundians will fervently hope that they never need speak of it again in such terms as the 2016 vintage in Burgundy. There is nothing so capricious as nature, and having virtually taken 2015 off during the easiest growing season in living memory, the weather struck … Continued


Talking Organic & Biodynamic

Talking Organic & Biodynamic

Until 2012, no EU rules or definition existed for Organic Wine, meaning only grapes could be certified organic and wine could only be labelled as ‘made from organic grapes’. Although wine was frequently sold as ‘Organic’, this had no real meaning as there was no control once the grapes were harvested and the processing at … Continued


Good Books, Great Wine

Good Books, Great Wine

There are very few things that go better with a glass of wine than a good book. If you are stuck for a read to accompany your glass of Chateau Potensac then we have the perfect potted guide to the very best of the season’s classics. It would seem mean-spirited to start anywhere other than … Continued


Dear Matt…Solve My Christmas Drinking Woes!

Dear Matt…Solve My Christmas Drinking Woes!

Jeroboams’ Commercial Director Matt Tipping delves into the Christmas offer to help with your festive entertaining conundrums. We’re eating turkey but none of us like white wine – what do we do? If you choose your turkey trimmings so they include richer flavours, most red wines will pair really nicely, thereby avoiding the need to … Continued


Supporting Local Businesses: Lalage Beaumont

Supporting Local Businesses: Lalage Beaumont

As the festive period draws ever closer we look forward to the inevitable edible and drinkable delights that make each Christmas and new year a joyous affair. Jeroboams, with our locations across London, enjoys being a part of the local communities where we offer our fine selection of wines and more. Our Walton Street cellar, … Continued


English Sparkling Wine: The World’s Most Exciting Wine Region Right Now?

English Sparkling Wine: The World’s Most Exciting Wine Region Right Now?

As a member of L’Academie du Champagne (My sponsor house is Laurent Perrier) I write this article with my eye on the office door fully expecting to be arrested by a burly, french front row from the Champagne Inquisition for my treachery and blasphemy towards their noble wine region for what I am about to … Continued


A Very Merry Mix

A Very Merry Mix

Santa’s sleigh bells shouldn’t be the only things shaking this festive period as we dust off the old Boston shaker and rustle up a few Christmas cocktails. While it may mostly be about bubbles and Bordeaux, we have put together a little selection of festive recipes for you to rustle up at home. Red Dragon … Continued


Not Just for Summer: Domaine de Sermezy of Beaujolais

Not Just for Summer: Domaine de Sermezy of Beaujolais

It may seem a little odd to even consider the idea of Beaujolais as we head into winter, but these wines are not just for the summer months. While a light red, nicely chilled, is the perfect alternative to light, crisp whites during the warm months, there is plenty suitable to the depths of winter … Continued