Tom Harrow writes about wines and winemakers for various luxury titles. He also puts together fine wine portfolios around the world, and hosts extraordinary wine experiences with luxury partners described by the Financial Times as “Sideways on Steroids”.
The Bouzy way: Pierre Paillard’s approach to Champagne
Tasting through the Pierre Paillard range with co-owner Quentin Paillard, Harry Eyres gets to grips with the kinds of ‘powerful’ wines Bouzy can offer Champagne lovers
The anonymous wine taking on Bordeaux’s classed growths
An ambitious former financier has assembled a crack team of vineyards and consultants to produce a range of impressive wines made to an unorthodox formula. But would you pay £400 for a Bordeaux of unknown provenance?
From Henschke to Humbrecht: can winemakers be considered artists?
Commentators have long debated the concept of winemaking as art. it may well be valid, argues Harry Eyres, but in the context of the winery, the greatest art form is minimalism
A day with the artisan: British gunmakers Holland & Holland
Holland & Holland has been making guns entirely by hand for the best part of two centuries, using techniques and tools that have changed little, if at all
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