Cerno Capital hosts private dinner with Justerini & Brooks

On Wednesday 14th March, we hosted a small private dinner at Justerini & Brooks, St James’s.

Founded in 1749, Justerini & Brooks holds one of the longest running Royal warrants and has been a supplier to every British monarch since the coronation of King George III in 1761. We were thrilled to be joined by Alex Turnbull of Justerini & Brooks who expertly led us a tasting of wines, both Old World and New World, whilst James Spence spoke on our current global market views.

A full list of the wines sampled as below:

Starter:
Mersault, Les Charmes Dessus, 1er Cru, Chateau de Mersault 2014
Aristos Chardonnay 2011 (Chile)

Main
Clarence de Haut Brion 2010
Heitz Vineyards Trailside 2004

Cheese
Guiseppe Mascarello Santo Stefano di Perno Barolo 2012 (Italy)
David & Nadia Siebritskloof 2016 (South Africa)

Pudding
Alvear 1927 Pedro Ximenez

For more information on Justerini & Brooks, please click here.

By | 2018-04-10T09:02:03+00:00 March 15th, 2018|Cerno Capital Posts, Events|

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Katie is responsible for the firm’s marketing strategy. As part of this role she coordinates public relations and communications and is responsible for the firm’s visual identity and livery. She works alongside the front office on existing and prospective investor contact, including all aspects of the firm’s relationships with intermediaries. Katie manages the firm’s outreach programme which helps UK women athletes, explorers and adventurers and promotes participation and inclusion. Katie previously worked at Savills, and holds an MA in Art History from the University of St Andrews. Katie is a member of the Chartered Institute of Marketing.