21 June 2021 Despite the pandemic, we have many new distributors and retailers all over the world and so the list below has been updated.
6 December 2019 Parisians can now get their hands on our glassware, at the wine superstore Lavinia by La Madeleine. The buyer was so impressed when I showed her them that she put in a nice big order. As for wider distribution in France, we are still trying because France really, really needs better quality wine glasses. But our model of partnering with a fine wine importer is almost impossible in France because the French don't really import wine! Any suggestions gratefully received,
6 November 2019 Those in the US can now order our glassware online from distributor Skurnik here.
16 May 2019 List below updated with a new distributor in BeNeLux countries.
19 March 2019 See the most recent additions to this constantly-updated round-up of stockists and importers of the Jancis Robinson x Richard Brendon glassware.
You can always order online, but I am delighted to report that the glassware that designer Richard Brendon and I are responsible for is spreading around the globe. We are busy lining up an international network of suitably high-quality distributors but our beautiful, versatile, mouth-blown, gossamer-thin, dishwasher-friendly wine glass is already available in the UK, Ireland, Spain, Norway, the US, Canada, Japan, Hong Kong, Australia and New Zealand, with many more countries in the pipeline.
In the UK you can choose from an array of possible retailers. In London you can buy the glassware from Harvey Nichols, Harrods, Fortnum & Mason, The Conran Shop in Chelsea, Davy’s wine shops, Lea & Sandeman, Hedonism, Borough Kitchen shops, Matches Fashion and Wolf & Badger. You can also order them for same-day delivery from The Finest Bubble. Other UK retailers include Amara, BIB Wines, CoolerSomm, London Undercover, LuxDeco, Marlo Wine, Selfridges,Sheckleton Wines, Tanglewood Wine,The English Wine Collection, Appellation Nation, Tannin & Oak, Hic! Wine Merchants, The Wine List, Wineware, Stone Vine & Sun and Ceci Paolo.
In Ireland our glassware is stocked by Terroirs.
In France the glassware can be found at Lavinia in Paris and from Pierre Boinet.
In Norway the distributor is Symposium Wines.
In Belgium, the Netherlands and Luxembourg our distributor is Vinetiq.
In the US our major distributor is Skurnik Wines, a fine-wine importer we have long admired. Skurnik, who have distribution operations in both New York and San Francisco, is well placed to service what is clearly a growing demand from American consumers, hospitality, retailers and wine producers and is responsible for distribution in New York, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Connecticut and California.
Other American stockists include Wine.com plus Food52, Saks Fifth Avenue and Bloomingdales in New York, Garde in Los Angeles, Kneen & Co in Chicago, Esperance in Michigan, Wainscott Main Wine & Spirits of Long Island, Ash Blue and Woodland Wine Merchant in Nashville, Pogo's Wine and Spirits in Dallas, Pike & Western in Seattle and Verishop.
In Canada the glassware is stocked by Hopson Grace of Toronto, and at Painted Rock winery in Okanagan.
In Japan the glassware is distributed by Mottox.
In Australia the official distributor is fine wine importer CellarHand. The glasses are also available via Neil Bradford Interior Design in Sydney, at City Wine Shop, Kent Street Cellars and Rathdowne Cellars.
In New Zealand the distributor is Atelier Nash. The glasses are available retail at Glengarry, Smith & Caughey, Decant Vintners and Sabato.
And the full range is also available to order from anywhere in the world from richardbrendon.com.