You can't clone first growths and, unlike most luxury consumer goods, the legendary vintages of Latour and Krug cannot be reproduced – making the world’s rarest wines the ultimate stocking fillers
Following an eight-month closure, Tamarind of Mayfair has reopened with a new culinary double-act in the kitchen
Sightseeing and wine drinking - could there be a more perfect combination in life? We head to the Western Cape in South Africa on a trip that Bacchus, god of the grape-harvest, would envy
Fuss-free fine dining keeps the crowds coming at Alyn Williams' eponymous restaurant in Mayfair
A fish-filled extravaganza at Angler, atop the South Place Hotel
This two-Michelin-starred meal proves that there's still room on London's gastronomic landscape for traditional fine dining
Wolfgang Puck celebrates 35 years in the business, reflecting on the success of Spago in Santa Monica, commandeering a kitchen and holding court at Cut at 45 Park Lane
The first hotel to be awarded a Royal Warrant continues to serve up feasts fit for a king
The politician holds forth on the EU referendum, student fees and standing at the next election
Luxury London speaks to the godfather of modern gastronomy about the legacy of White Heat and growing bored of Michelin stars
Meet the female winemakers shaking up the grapevines in a male-dominated industry
A prestigious new private club for oenophiles in the City of London
Why buy fine wine at auction when London is bursting with reputable merchants? For the best in variety, price and investment.
The phenomenon of procuring premium plonk is here to stay – but where to start?