Harrods sets new benchmark for drinks retailing

Finally, here’s Edward Gerard, whose official title is ‘buying manager wines, spirits and cigars at Harrods’. Gerard has worked for over five years at the store, and was elevated to the role as leader of the department almost one year ago. He started his career in wine in late 2002 at London specialist wine retailer Jeroboams, and has worked at Genesis and Quintessentially Wine since then.

3 Responses to “Harrods sets new benchmark for drinks retailing”

  1. Mark Sutton says:

    if they are sourcing all products direct from the UK agents, why are they charging secondary market pricing for their rare bourbon and Japanese whiskies when nthere are known MSRP for these items?

    Pappy 23 for £2000?
    Pappy 15 for £1500

    Yamazaki 18 for £450

  2. Really no place like Harrods

  3. Laura says:

    if i wanted to sell my wine products at Harrods, how much would it cost me to do so?

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