New Faces from Chile

October 10, 2019

New Faces from Chile

‘Donde la tierra se acaba….(where the land ends)…’ said the helicopter pilot (and somewhat worryingly I thought) as I held my breath, gripped my seat and we swooped and looped over a tiny expe...

Barossa Boy: Paying Tribute to the Vines and the Generations of Barossa Winemakers

September 26, 2019

Barossa Boy: Paying Tribute to the Vines and the Generations of Barossa Winemakers

A sixth generation Barossa winemaker, Trent Burge grew up in and on Barossa soil. Riding trail bikes around the vineyards, playing local cricket and footy, he had dirt under his nails and Barossa bloo...

It started with his passion for Jaguar: The love story of Elephant Hill

August 9, 2019

It started with his passion for Jaguar: The love story of Elephant Hill

The story of Elephant Hill starts in 2001, not with an elephant (though a love of elephants inspired the name), but with a Jaguar, of the motoring kind.   Roger Weiss, German businessman and vint...

It’s about time you tried Peruvian wine

July 24, 2019

It’s about time you tried Peruvian wine

The run-up to Fiestas Patrias in Peru this week is one more excuse to indulge in Intipalka, our Peruvian wine range. From this weekend, streets all over this captivating Latin American nation will be ...

Tales of the City – Riesling Carmel Road 2014

July 17, 2019

Tales of the City – Riesling Carmel Road 2014

If you’ve never read The Tales of the City I truly envy you. Armistead Maupin started his iconic series in 1976 following Mary-Ann Singleton moving from conservative Cleveland to decadent San Franc...

Olivia Marsh: Why Corney & Barrow is so eventful to work at

June 18, 2019

Olivia Marsh: Why Corney & Barrow is so eventful to work at

There must be times working for a major wine merchants when you feel you’ve left the core job you started out with well behind you and turned into all singing, dancing events organiser such are the...

“Wine is one of the most civilised things in existence” – Jean-Louis Trapet, Domaine Trapet

June 8, 2019

“Wine is one of the most civilised things in existence” – Jean-Louis Trapet, Domaine Trapet

Bringing Burgundy season to a close are the brilliant 2017s of Jean-Louis Trapet. Guy Seddon, explores how these wines are more than worth the wait… One of the many things I like about tast...

Best Bordeaux Buys under £23

May 31, 2019

Best Bordeaux Buys under £23

As we enter the fray of en primeurs, it is worth reflecting on more everyday offerings from Bordeaux. As the red carpet offerings reap their rewards, or just desserts, there are many largely unsung h...

Here’s to English Wine Week!

May 23, 2019

Here’s to English Wine Week!

English Wine Week kicks off on Saturday 25th May, celebrating the growing UK wine industry. In our latest offer, C&B Head Buyer, Rebecca Palmer, tells us more about our new exclusivities – ...

Edouard Labruyère’s Château Rouget

May 21, 2019

Edouard Labruyère’s Château Rouget

Our latest Bordeaux 2018 release comes from Château Rouget. A quintessential Pomerol from our good friend Edouard Labruyère, Rouget 2018 combines soaring aromatics with a substantial, age-worth...

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