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A Tour de Taittinger

A Tour de Taittinger

Pippa Mistry-Norman, Assistant Manager of Jeroboams Notting Hill, takes us through a visit of the sights and sounds of Champagne, courtesy of Taittinger. The forecast in Champagne was ideal for the Jeroboams retail team trip hosted by Taittinger (Official Champagne of the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia) this past week: 30ºC and a high chance of … Continued


It’s Cocchi o’Clock!

It’s Cocchi o’Clock!

Matteo Danisi, Assistant Manager of Jeroboams Elizabeth Street, tells us about the joys of a recent trip to Cocchi in Asti, where he discovered the unbounded pleasures of aromatised wines. If you happen to find yourself thirsty in the beautiful northern Italian region of Piedmonte, there’s no better place to imbibe in a cocktail than … Continued


Design In Common

Design In Common

‘Saint Martins’, two words as synonymous with global creativity as ‘Tracy’ and ‘Bed’. With an alumni that includes Alexander McQueen, Joe Strummer, Anita Pallenberg, MIA, James Dyson, Sade and even Pierce Brosnan, you can be sure of its eclectic mix. Music fans can ponder their significance in Pulp’s seminal 1995 preponderance on the place, with … Continued


Orange Wine: What Is It?!

Orange Wine: What Is It?!

There has been quite a lot of wine press attention for oranges wines over the past couple of years and they have a certain following in the UK – mostly among younger urban consumers – but what are they? Orange wines take their inspiration from wine making in antiquity and, despite the name, are not … Continued


Affordable Italian Gems from Piedmont and Tuscany

Affordable Italian Gems from Piedmont and Tuscany

Such is the huge variety of wines available from Italy, it is easy to confine one’s drinking to the famous regions, varieties and producers. After all, they’re iconic for the simple reason of consistently producing wines of outstanding quality. But this can often lead to a few problems; not least, things can get a bit … Continued


Behind the Scenes at Pierro

Behind the Scenes at Pierro

Having spent two months working as a cellar hand at Pierro, Sophie Thorpe shares a little of what makes this Margaret River producer so special. Tucked away on a bend in Caves Road, it’s easy to miss Pierro. Rather like its winemaker, the winery is rustic, unassuming, with a total lack of pretension. There is … Continued


Spring Fanzines

Spring Fanzines

Every quarter we publish our very own fanzine, themed around the arts in London. Our Spring edition is now available in store now, and available to view online as pdfs: Central, West, Heath.


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 centering 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