Berry Bros. & Rudd is Britain's oldest wine and spirit merchant, having traded from the same shop for over 310 years. Wine Merchants with more than 5,000 wines for sale carefully selected by five Masters of Wine to ensure they offer style, quality, individuality and value. The company hold two Royal Warrants for HM The Queen and HRH The Prince of Wales.
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Venue Details & Map
Berry Bros & Rudd
3 St James's StreetLondonSW1A 1EG
- +44 800 280 2440
Great big thanks to Yee Gan O. for introducing me to Berry Bros!
On Yee Gan's recent visit to SF, he brought along a particular bottle of scotch I had not seen before. He mentioned that it was a gift for someone and that you could not get it here in the U.S. This, of course, peaked my curiosity and I knew that I had to come check it out for myself in London.
What an amazing shop! It's not...more
Being teetotal because I don't like the taste of alcohol, Berry Bros isn't the type of shop you would normally seen me in.
However, I needed to pick up a group thank you gift and was directed here by a knowledgeable Yelp friend, who had found some whiskies which aren't available in the USA
I've never been down St James's Street before and found myself in definite high end territory with...more
The other day, I had to pick up a bottle of champagne from this place. I was seriously impressed as to how posh this place is...of course, situated in the heart of St. James's, what else could you expect?
Well, I'm really "digging" the interior of this store - you actually feel like you're being transported back several hundred years; which actually is quite true, as this store has been...more
One of London's original wine merchants (if not the first). The Queen shops here - and so should you. It's an awesome, historic place (tourists take note!) with a selection of wine (and spirits) for every taste and budget - from something to go with dinner for under a tenner to big time investment wines.
I recently sampled a bottle of their best selling Good Ordinary Claret...more
This place is fantastic and I'm amazed that no one has reviewed it yet!
I got the opportunity to have a search around their wine cellars a while back (you have to be very lucky to do that so points to them!) and the little tour we got was just great fun.
But the shop itself is also great. There's a great little display of fun things, some really old wine making equipment and lots of...more