Berrys' Good Ordinary Claret

27 August, 2008
Page 20 
Brand owner Berry Bros & Rudd

Produced in France

Size 75cl

Price £7.20

Abv 13

Markets UK, Ireland and

Hong Kong (in 2008)

Contact: bbr.com


Since its introduction by Christopher Berry Green in 1974, Good Ordinary Claret has remained Berrys' most popular wine. Although this classic drink has hardly been altered after all these years, the brains at Berry Bros & Rudd felt it was time to shake things up a bit.

The new blend com es from the outstanding 2005 vintage and is made by major Bordeaux producer Dourthe . This "new" Good Ordinay Claret is a blend of 60 per cent Merlot and 40 per cent Cabernet Sauvignon.

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