a case of claret worth £215
Competition sponsor is Berry Bros. & Rudd, one of the UK's longest established, yet most innovative independent wine merchants. Berrys' iconic premises in London't St James's is still a place of pilgrimage for many wine lovers, though today the company has offices in Japan, Singapore and Hong Kong, a Wine School and an exclusive fine wine & dining venue in St James's. Not one, but two Royal Warrants confirm Berry's credentials, but their comprehensive and feature-packed web site at bbr.com brings shopping at Berrys' within the reach of everyone.
This month's competition prize is very special: one lucky person drawn at random from correct entries will win a case of Berrys' Pauillac 2011, from Château Lynch Bages. The 2011 vintage has provided a delicious, approachable wine grown on the deep gravel of Paulliac, which is ready for drinking no, but will also cellar. For a chance of winning this case worth £216.72, answer the questions below.
The top wines of Bordeaux were classified in which year?
Answer : 1855
When did Berrys' first open its doors in St James's?
Answer : 1698
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