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High Street Kensington: Pop Along!

High Street Kensington: Pop Along!

We are proud to announce the opening of our newest store at 254 High Street Kensington! Philippe, our manager, and the team would love to welcome you to the opening! We’ll be cracking open some Champagne to celebrate our arrival in the community and introduce the team on Friday 11th May from 3pm onward. Please … Continued


2017 Bordeaux: Our Thoughts on the Vintage and What to Expect

2017 Bordeaux: Our Thoughts on the Vintage and What to Expect

“It’s certainly the best vintage ending in 7 since the famous 1947” Emmanuel Cruse, Grand Maitre of the Commanderie du Bontemps, Medoc, Graves, Sauternes, and Barsac. Reading the above, you’d be forgiven for thinking that tongue was firmly in cheek, given the modest reputation of many of the 20th Century vintages ending in seven. 2017 is … Continued


The Design of Wine

The Design of Wine

The following is an extract from our Spring fanzine, now available in stores. With the theme of this fanzine centring on design, it had me thinking about wine labels. Whilst the contents of the bottle should always be the only thing that matters, the fact is that label design has a huge influence on much … Continued


Jeroboams First Ever Pop-up Sale!

Jeroboams First Ever Pop-up Sale!

Saturday April 21st 2018 10-am – 6pm Hampstead Community Centre, 78 Hampstead High Street Bored of so-called “bin end” sales that are nothing of the sort? Well, this is the real thing! At Jeroboams we’ve had a Spring clean of the cellars and we’ve found all sorts of interesting bottles to clear, to make some … Continued


Meet the Producer: Castello dei Rampolla

Meet the Producer: Castello dei Rampolla

It’s a rare, and slightly self-indulgent , pleasure to watch the world slowly discover something beautiful you have known about and kept close for a long time; to be in the swell of a wave before it crests and crashed the shore. On the southern outskirts of Panzano, Tuscany, in the radiant Conca d’oro valley, … Continued


Easter Treats: What to Drink this Holiday

Easter Treats: What to Drink this Holiday

Although we have recently been battered by un-seasonal and fairly grim weather, this Easter weekend is the time to celebrate the onset of Spring. This means lots of walks in the countryside, Spring lamb and hot cross buns. So, we’ve put together a selection of wines we think you should be drinking this Easter weekend. … Continued


Tides Are Turning on the Restaurant Industry

Tides Are Turning on the Restaurant Industry

For two decades the growth in the restaurant sector has been significant, with changes in the way people treat eating out underpinning this. The real winners over this period have been the big chains, with aggressive roll outs driven by a private equity boom leading to a significant growth in their market share. The last 18 … Continued


Supporting the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment

Supporting the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment

Three decades ago, a group of London musicians took a good look at that curious institution we call the orchestra, and decided to start again from scratch. They began by throwing out the rulebook. Put a single conductor in charge? No way. Specialise in repertoire of a particular era? Too restricting. Perfect a work and … Continued


Changing Names: Introducing Jeroboams Trade

Changing Names: Introducing Jeroboams Trade

I have now been working in the UK wine trade for twenty years and for the last fourteen of those I have worked for ‘Laytons Wine Merchants’. On the 1st of March 2018, myself and my team join with our sister company Jeroboams to become ‘Jeroboams Trade’. In fact, ‘join’ is the wrong word, since … Continued


The Thing With Gin: Unpacking the Gin Boom

The Thing With Gin: Unpacking the Gin Boom

Gin is suddenly everywhere: we now have gin shops, gin bars, and even gin hotels. Britian has gone gin mad, leading to a huge boom in production and consumption of this historic white spirit. The number of distilleries in the UK has more than doubled in the past five years, with the majority of those … Continued