For Jamie Graham, nothing has topped drinking a 1982 Lafite and 1982 Mouton Rothschild with a client in the 90s in Hong Kong’s old airport. ‘It felt like aeroplanes were landing on the roof, the whole place was shaking and we were almost spilling our wine,’ he says. Graham learnt the ropes at Berry Bros, and held senior positions at Farr Vintners and Fine and Rare Wines before setting up Brunswick in 2016. They’ve turned over £4 million in sales in their first year. ‘It’s all about experience, and I have a very deep address book for serious collectors around the world,’ he says. Many of his current customers are based in Asia, where people are more inclined to buy wine for drinking as opposed to investment.