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2009 & 1909 Price List

Our 2009 Price List represents just a snapshot of our complete range, which can be viewed on our website. Back in 1987, we replaced the old ‘waistcoat pocket’ Price List with a new, all-singing all-dancing version. The old list was an icon of the business: shamelessly old fashioned in an increasingly modern world. 21 years later, we are delighted to announce that we are bringing the old list back. Why? Well, in many ways the world has moved on so far that its time has come again.

Click Here to receive a copy of both our 2009 & 1909 Price List

Ironically enough, it is the emergence of the internet that has revived the old-fashioned Price List. Continually updated, with new wines as well as new snippets of information being added several times a day, bbr.com requires a companion printed Price List much more flexible and concise than the current model. Something that will give you an overview of the wines we have available for you to buy, but which will encourage you to visit our website to learn more and discover our full range. Something, moreover, that is less wasteful of natural resources in these ecologically conscious days. 

To celebrate its return, we are also publishing a limited edition reprint of our list from 100 years ago; our 1909 Price List. 1909 really was ‘a foreign country’, to use L.P. Hartley’s famous phrase. The list leads off with Sherry and Port, for example, and ‘pre-expulsion’ Green Chartreuse is over three times more expensive than 1869 Lafite or 1880 Romanée Conti. But even as we gasp at the prices of some of the wines from those days, it is comforting to realise that some good ideas never go away – they just need time for the world to catch up with them again.

Click Here to receive a copy of both our 2009 & 1909 Price List