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Posted: Friday, 04 June 2010 16:59

Up-market London Supermarket to sell Rothschild

A new supermarket and grocery store in London plans to sell quality wines including ng over 60 Rothschild family wines including Château Lafite from Domaines Baron de Rothschild, Mouton Rothschild from Baron Philippe de Rothschild and the first ever Champagne made jointly by the three Rothschild wine stables in Bordeaux, in a bid to dislodge the theory that supermarkets always sell plonk.

Union Market, a new up-market grocer is opening its doors in West London next month will showcase high quality British food and list wines from £5 to £400, according to a report by the Drinks Business. Their website is already gone online and can be visited at:  

Speaking of the wine range,Tony Bromovsky, founder and commercial director of Union Market reportedly says: “When it came to sourcing our wine range, we knew we required a mix of classic old world and contemporary new world wines. No other winemaking family manages to span these two areas as seamlessly as the Rothschilds.”

Union Market’s wine selection will cover Argentina, Australia, California, Chile, France, Hungary, Italy, New Zealand, Romania and South Africa.

Also on offer will be the first-ever Champagne made jointly by the three Rothschild wine stables. The wine, exclusive to Union Market and called Barons de Rothschild, is a Brut NV with an RP of £45.  The wine list will also include a substantial proportion of English wines.


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