The latest issue of our bi-annual periodical, No.3, is now available. It’s theme, gathering, draws together stories from this year’s harvest and hedgerows; we also explore closer to home, looking to our neighbours in St James’s to see what makes the businesses we stand alongside so unique. Below, you’ll find some of our favourite pieces in the Autumn/Winter issue.
Getting to grips with Piedmont
Piedmont’s wines are favoured by foodies, and perfect alongside autumnal flavours. Barbara Drew MW talks us through the famous Italian wine region’s incredible depth and breadth
What to drink alongside truffles
If you’re lucky enough to have truffles on the menu this autumn, then you’ll want a good bottle alongside. Here, Barbara Drew MW turns to Piedmont for her four recommendations
Spirits to share this autumn
Our spirits expert Rob Whitehead eyes up his prized collection of bottles, and contemplates which he’ll be opening – and with whom –in the weeks ahead
Lock & Co
As part of our series for the autumn/winter issue of No.3 magazine, we meet Roger Stephenson, deputy chairman, Lock & Co, to discover more about the oldest hat shop in the world.
Paxton & Whitfield
Continuing our journey around St James’s for No.3 magazine, we talk to our neighbour and renowned cheesemonger Paxton & Whitfield.
Truefitt & Hill
We step inside our neighbour Truefitt & Hill, the home of luxury grooming in St James’s, to find out more about where the most stylish gents go to be coiffed.
We meet Alison Moore, the pharmacist behind the counter at DR Harris. This St James’s institution has been serving customers for more than two centuries.
We step inside John Lobb, shoemakers to St James's most well-heeled gentlemen, to see how the family continues to create the finest handmade footwear.Read more