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1 June 2011

Buy wine at Berry Bros and Rudd

Established in 1698 by the Widow Bourne at 3 St James's Street, Berry Bros and Rudd have been trading wine from the same location opposite St James's Palace for more than three centuries.

Still owned and run by the Berry and Rudd families whose name it bears, past customers include Lord Byron, William Pitt, George III and the Aga Khan, and today the store sells wine to both the Queen and the Prince of Wales, and wines and spirits are available for sale from £5 up to £5,000.

The shop is open daily, except Sundays and Bank Holidays, and you can read more about the history of the company, and the wines available, at http://www.bbr.com/

^Picture © Ewan-M used under Creative Commons^

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