• "London's best Bordeaux specialist"

    At Huntsworth we pride ourselves on our excellent selection of bottle-aged Bordeaux only from the best vintages

    Browse our Red Bordeaux Cellar
  • Grower Champagne

    A carefully chosen selection of excellent value, world class quality Champagnes

    Browse our Champagne Cellar
  • Vintage Port

    We offer a fine selection of the best vintage Port availabe - including Taylor's, Dow's, Graham's and Fonseca

    Browse our Port Cellar
  • Italian Classics

    At Huntsworth we love Italy - so we have brought you some of the biggest and boldest names that Tuscany, Piemonte and beyond have to offer

    Browse our Italian Wines
  • Burgundy

    Not only do we specialize in Bordeaux, but we have a bespoke selection of carefully selected white and red Burgundies

    Browse our Red Burgundies
  • The New World

    Not ones to be left behind, we dedicate a large part of our philosophy to seeking both blockbuster and interesting new wines from all over the world. We have personal relationships with some of the best winemakers in South Africa, California, Australia and New Zealand



We are a classic, truly independent wine merchant that sells wines from across the globe but specialize in Bordeaux and perfectly mature Grand Cru Classé at the most sensible of prices. We are based in the heart of Kensington, just south of Notting Hill Gate and predominantly look after private individuals who simply share our interest and love of good, great and exciting wines.
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For fastest, easiest and advised purchasing, please call us on: 0207 229 1602
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The Huntsworth Wine Company Limited
108, Kensington Church Street
London W8 4BH

0207 229 1602

Tuggy's Blog

Wine Dinners etc.

November 03, 2016

              After listing a whopping 28 wines last week it was no surprise that I had one “please unsubscribe me”. Thus short & sweet this week.   With American Thanksgiving looming (though in about a week’s time the notion of Thanksgiving might change somewhat) I will e-mail American customers with some “fly the flag” options including Kistler Vineyards; Arnot Roberts; Ridge Vineyards; Peter Michael…   Aside of some, seasonal, 2001 Sauternes (bottles & halves), super traditional Rioja 2004; top Californian Chardonnay; more 2003 & 2005 Bordeaux all in this week it is worth reiterating that I have rarely bought with such gusto as these last couple of months so if you can drop by...

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This Week's Top Thirty

October 27, 2016

                          A few days after the U.K. Referendum an Irish drinking buddy from The Churchill Arms opposite said “you’ll be sorry when all those bankers disappear!”. It is not as if I hadn’t given a thought but it did make me draw up a list our top thirty customers and see what their demographic of plying of trade led to. Interesting. An arty bunch you mostly are! Anyway, using that same marker I have taken our top-selling, most appealing, recommended etc., thirty or so wines and am giving you as good a guide as I can as to what has or soon will be raised due to a...

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Bordeaux & Tuscany

October 06, 2016

Breaking news – the 2009 Vintage of Château Brande-Bergère is gone, finito, terminado, history. Not a bottle, not a magnum, not an Imperial to sell. The ‘get-out-of-jail’ however is that the 2010 Vintage has just landed. Two years ago I preferred the 2009 to the 2010 but given the many months that has slipped by, I am relishing a chance to try the 2010 and will do again tonight.   Château Brande-Bergère “Cuvée O’Byrne” 2010 at £ 16.00 per Bottle    Weekly indulgence = weekly bargain   Trawling the gilded aisles of Whole Foods at the foot of Church Street (on someone else’s dollar I hasten to add) I spotted the Turpino 2010, a “Super Tuscan”, at £ 32.99 on...

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Brouilly 2014-2015

September 23, 2016

          As soon as someone anew knows I am a Wine Merchant, they say “how wonderful it must be to drink wine all day…”. Not exactly. There are some bonuses, admittedly, albeit occasionally. This week, the bastion of the Whigs and the Dilettanti Society, Brooks Club on St-James’s, presumably looked down upon by the somewhat more polished Whites opposite. Then to Merchant Taylor’s Hall, a shilling’s throw from the Bank of England. Yesterday, Cavendish Square…today St-Vincent Square. Yet for every wine that I feel might just merit your attention, I must try at least nineteen that don’t make the grade, nineteen that strips the enamel from my teeth, nineteen which sear but not soar. This week...

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