Search Wines

Type

Region

Grape

Price

My Cellar
The Lifestyle of Wine

The Lifestyle of Wine

In an industry with small advertising budgets, where word of mouth and long term relationships are vitally important if you are to be successful, the rise of social media represents the modern face of traditional networking and communication. With a seemingly never-ending feed of messaging and imagery – in traditional print media and online – … Continued


The Lesser-Known Grape Varieties Deserving of Our Attention

The Lesser-Known Grape Varieties Deserving of Our Attention

For most of us, our first contact with wine is with one from a major region. For those of us in the wine trade, Bordeaux and Burgundy are the first point of call (particularly for those of a slightly older generation). While Claret is the moniker to which we grew accustomed, grape varieties are the … Continued


Hunter’s: A New Zealand Icon

Hunter’s: A New Zealand Icon

In 1986, an “unknown New Zealander” came to the attention of the world after winning the top prize at the Sunday Time Vintage Festival. At first this was thought to be simply a fluke. But then it happened again the following year, then the year after that, and so on. What was this fundamentally foreign … Continued


An Ode to Burgundy – A Burgeoning Love

An Ode to Burgundy – A Burgeoning Love

As a young man in the wine trade, my first love was always Bordeaux. There was a magic and mystique to the famous Chateau and vineyards that really hit a note with my romantic nature. The wines, of course, were almost a bonus: the joy of an aged Growth Claret had been one of the … Continued


Bubbles: On the Wine-ding Road with Laytons

Bubbles: On the Wine-ding Road with Laytons

Recently Michael Robins, our Wholesale Director, embarked on a trip to Italy to visit our prosecco producer. This is his story… Perhaps I am getting too old and cynical about wine trips: been there, done that, bought the postcard, got the t-shirt. Yes, I am lucky and have experienced events which for most people would … Continued


On the Wine-ding Roads with Laytons

On the Wine-ding Roads with Laytons

Rioja has for a long time been one of the UK’s favourite wines. There is perhaps something about the mellow yet rich character of the reds that fits almost perfectly with our never ending autumn-winter cycle of seasons! We are fortunate at Jeroboams to represent in the UK two fantastic wineries from Rioja: Marques de … Continued


A Stress-Free Rosé

A Stress-Free Rosé

As the sun shines down and before the enthusiasm for “sparklers” associated with Wimbledon kicks in, rosé wines are the ones that are flying off the shelves of London stores. The similarities between “sparkling whites” and rosé wines are firstly that they are light and easy to drink during warm weather, and secondly that, before … Continued


Exceptional New Vintage from Perrier-Jouët’s new Cuvée

Exceptional New Vintage from Perrier-Jouët’s new Cuvée

Perrier-Jouët’s seventh Cellar Master Hervé Deschamps has chosen to use solely Chardonnay to produce this exceptional new cuvée, harnessing the pioneering spirit of the House and two centuries of expertise with this signature cepage.  The wine is a culmination of a project of Hervé‘s, ten years in the making and finally bursting to life at … Continued