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Fine Wine - Offers & Latest Releases

Berry Bros. & Rudd's Fine Wine offers feature among others rare and exclusive wines, limited-release wines. Find out more from the list of fine wine offers below or browse our latest offers.

Bordeaux Second Wines Parker Rescores 2005
Bordeaux Second Wines

The concept of second wines began in Bordeaux in the 18th century as a way to use high quality, younger vines that were not quite ready for the property’s Grand Vin. Today many estates’ second wines carry more prestige than some Grands Vins, offering the chance to sample the style of a property at a much lower cost.

Parker Rescores 2005

Robert Parker’s rescore of the 2005 Bordeaux vintage has set the fine wine market talking. Check our wine broking exchange for competitively priced 2005 bottles now.

Riesling Revival Torbreck Estate
Riesling Revival

With a run of excellent vintages, the top estate wines of Austria, Germany and Alsace are enjoying a fashionable revival, with Rieslings in particular finally earning the recognition they deserve as world-class wines that are exceptional expressions of terroir.

Torbreck Estate

Deemed ‘one of the world’s greatest wine estates’ by Robert Parker, these elegant Australian wines are particular favourites among staff and customers, as well as top wine critics.

2012 Ornellaia Our 2011 Vintage Port
2012 Ornellaia

Cooler and more polished than previous vintages, the 2012 release from this prestigious Super Tuscan is a true delight, and will reward drinkers with plush fruit and fine tannins from 2020 onwards.

Our 2011 Vintage Port

We present Berry Bros. & Rudd’s 2011 Vintage Port, made for us by Symington Family Estates. With precision, purity and power, it captures the essence of an excellent vintage.

2007 Cristal Released
2007 Cristal Released

When tasted recently, this stunning example of Cristal elegance impressed our Fine Wine team. Cristal 2007 is a magnificent example of Cristal’s ‘discreet power’: it is not so much an expression of the vintage, but rather the estate’s terroir and the old vines that are selected for Cristal.