Andrew Flatt – Chairman of Park Royal presents Jascots with their ISO14001 Environmental Management System Certificate. ISO 14001 is the internationally recognised standard for the environmental management of businesses. It prescribes controls for those activities that have an effect on the environment. These include the use of natural resources, handling and treatment of waste and [...]
By Jack Scott G’day to my small handful of Blog readers including the dazzlingly gorgeous Jo who I met at our January Warehouse Sale on Saturday….Jo, now we’ve met, I am going to write with rejuvenated vigour and hope to amuse you….oh, and you, too. Saturday went well although it did hurt to watch our [...]
Having be awarded with the fabled “Park Royal Partnership Award for Outstanding Customer Service in 2010″ and strode proudly off the stage with our glass plaque, we were soon followed by the company that won “Most Improved Environmental Award” and I leaned over during the tumultuous applause and said to John “I want that one [...]
Following my utterly pathetic attempt to appear younger by buying a North Face Sailorboy Backpack rather than one of those silly (or clever) little cases that one drags along on it’s wheels and then got so caught gawping at a White Lambo at Gatwick Airport, things have taken a turn for the worse. I’ve gone [...]
As the wine world prepares once more for the hurly-burly of Bordeaux’s En Primeur (wine futures) season, one brave merchant is to take a giant leap into the unknown. Jascots Wine Merchants launched last night, to great fanfare, the Magna-Carton™ – the world’s first ever all paper wine container – with the intention of [...]
There was cause for celebration in North West London yesterday morning when a small plot of vines approximately 3 hectares (7.5 acres) became the first internationally recognised Appellation for fine wine in London.The South East facing slope between Willesden Junction and Wormwood Scrubs was granted A.C. status by The International Terroirs Society (TITS) after an application was submitted by owner Jack Scott in August of 2008.“It has been a long road and there have been many ups and downs but for our vineyard to be the first A.C. in London is a great honour that makes it all worthwhile”.