A new up-market greengrocery (and a wide range of other foodie delights) is due to open in West London in July 2010 – Union Market – but this is no ordinary cabbage and carrots merchant – this store also stocks some classy wines and has just opened its online wine selection: The easy-to-navigate website will showcase Union Market’s 60-plus selection of Rothschild family wines; new world wines from California, New Zealand, Australia, Chile, Argentina, South Africa as well as a strong showing of old world wines from France in particular, but also with original newcomers from Romania and Hungary. Tony Bromovsky, founder and commercial director of Union Market said: “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 proposition is about traceable, natural, regional, high quality, best practice British food. We want to deconstruct the old drab supermarket model and replace it with the fun of shopping and eating in a beautiful food hall that reflects timeless rural values and practices. We will have farmers, chefs, suppliers and trained staff on hand to enthuse and explain about the various links in our food chain. The store will champion British food in a setting created by British craftsmen past and present, using natural materials like wood, brick, slate and zinc, with a focus on functionality. Baron Philippe de Rothschild wines was established in Pauillac in the Médoc in 1933. motivated by a constant ambition: to make the world’s finest wines, each in its own category, whether the châteaux wines for which it is responsible – the renowned Château Mouton Rothschild, a First Growth, and its distinguished lieutenants, Château Clerc Milon and Château d’Armailhac – or branded wines, like the famous Mouton Cadet. Baron Philippe de Rothschild SA has also exported its know-how beyond Bordeaux: to the Pays d’Oc, with a range of varietal wines and, more recently, Domaine de Baron’arques; to California, with Opus One; and to Chile, with Almaviva. Union Market , 472 Fulham Broadway, London, SW6 1BY E: info@unionmarket.co.uk T: 020 72215651
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Rothschild wines at the greengrocers?

A new up-market greengrocery (and a wide range of other foodie delights) is due to open in West London in July 2010 – Union Market – but this is no ordinary cabbage and carrots merchant – this store also stocks some classy wines and has just opened its online wine selection: The easy-to-navigate website will showcase Union Market’s 60-plus selection of Rothschild family wines; new world wines from California, New Zealand, Australia, Chile, Argentina, South Africa as well as a strong showing of old world wines from France in particular, but also with original newcomers from Romania and Hungary. Tony Bromovsky, founder and commercial director of Union Market said: “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 proposition is about traceable, natural, regional, high quality, best practice British food. We want to deconstruct the old drab supermarket model and replace it with the fun of shopping and eating in a beautiful food hall that reflects timeless rural values and practices. We will have farmers, chefs, suppliers and trained staff on hand to enthuse and explain about the various links in our food chain. The store will champion British food in a setting created by British craftsmen past and present, using natural materials like wood, brick, slate and zinc, with a focus on functionality. Baron Philippe de Rothschild wines was established in Pauillac in the Médoc in 1933. motivated by a constant ambition: to make the world’s finest wines, each in its own category, whether the châteaux wines for which it is responsible – the renowned Château Mouton Rothschild, a First Growth, and its distinguished lieutenants, Château Clerc Milon and Château d’Armailhac – or branded wines, like the famous Mouton Cadet. Baron Philippe de Rothschild SA has also exported its know-how beyond Bordeaux: to the Pays d’Oc, with a range of varietal wines and, more recently, Domaine de Baron’arques; to California, with Opus One; and to Chile, with Almaviva. Union Market , 472 Fulham Broadway, London, SW6 1BY E: info@unionmarket.co.uk T: 020 72215651
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