Bromley Online Butchers


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If you’re hunting for the best butchers in Bromley, you’ll be delighted to learn that Larder is your community’s number 1 supplier of superior meat.

Whether it’s beef, chicken, lamb or pork, get your meat from a high quality, trusted family butchers in Bromley. We also sell cheese, wine and hampers to complement your carnivorous cravings.

You’re more than welcome to pop into our Bromley butchers – we’re located at 2 Sundridge Parade. Equally you can order online and we’ll save you the walk.

Latest Products

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    Domaine Drouhin Oregon Pinot Noir

    Light to medium-bodied, Oregon Pinot is more finely boned than California Pinot, and displays a wide, aromatic range of flavors including strawberry, raspberry, delicate floral notes, and earthier notes like mushroom and truffle. As with other famous regions that produce this Noble grape, Oregon's Pinot Noir can be as sophisticated and compelling as a fine red Burgundy. While the wine industry in Oregon is relatively young, world-class wines, especially Pinot Noir have come from this cool climate region for years. The heart of the Oregon wine industry lies in the Willamette Valley, and has a similar latitude and climate as Burgundy. Pinot Noir first made its way to this picturesque region in 1959, thanks to the man who is widely credited as the father of Oregon Pinot Noir, Richard Sommers. He planted the first vines in Umpqua Valley and later established HillCrest Vineyard in Roseberg, in 1961. Pinot Noir is challenging to grow, it's a small vine with tight clusters, and is susceptible to issues like rot and mildew. Known as the “heartbreak grape”, it can be a headache for winemakers and vineyard managers alike, yet is grown all over the world, and can command higher prices than other varieties for this reason. Oregon Pinot is excellent paired with pork tenderloin, duck, cedar plank salmon, and just about anything with wild mushrooms.
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    Château Rauzan-Ségla has an incredibly long and colourful history, dating back to 1661 and featuring Very Important Families, tragedy, intrigue and, latterly, a brilliant renaissance, spearheaded by the new owners at Chanel. They have lovingly restored the Château to its former glory and have installed new equipment and even bottle Ségla - their second wine - with a screwcap. They strike a great balance between tradition and modernity and this structured, poised, tight and intense wine is a testament to that.
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    Bodega Norton Privada Family Blend 2018

    In a nutshell: A rich and powerful Argentinian blend of Malbec, Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon. The lowdown: Privada has long been one of Bodega Norton's most well known wines and, rather than just being a straight Malbec it's a blend with Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon with the grapes coming from old vines between 50 and 80 years of age. It's aged for 16 months in French oak barrels which gives a smooth, velvety character that balances the full body very well. It has rich aromas of dark berry fruits and a great concentration of ripe fruit flavours with a touch of smoke and coffee. Nicely complex with a good structure and grippy tannins that lead to the lengthy finish. When to drink: Rich, smooth and elegant it's just great alongside robust barbecued meats like a rib-eye steak.
  • Château Marzy Pomerol 2014

    Bordeaux Pomerol wines are rich, decadent reds, with notes of chocolate, dark cherry, plums and spice, soft tannins and elegance courtesy of the Merlot grape. The most lush—and expensive—wines come from a plateau of clay, gravel and iron, while lighter, more acidic wines come from the region's sandy soils. Situated on the Right Bank of Bordeaux, Pomerol is dominated by small estates that command premium prices. Approximately 80 percent of the region's plantings are Merlot, unlike other regions of Bordeaux where no one grape dominates so singularly; and one disadvantage is that bad weather can wreak havoc on an individual vintage.
  • La Dame de Montrose Saint-Estèphe 2011

    Saint-Estèphe wines are powerful, concentrated and rich, with sometimes austere, gritty tannins in their youth, and hallmark notes of cassis, tobacco, cigar box and crushed stone. These full-bodied blends of Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot can age extremely well. Saint-Estèphe is situated in the northern end of Bordeaux's Haut-Médoc, with grapes grown on gravel soils atop a clay base. The soils here have poor drainage, which delays ripening, and often results in wines with higher acidity than those from further south in the Médoc.
  • Solaia Antinori 2014

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    A very intense ruby red in color, the wine offers aromas rich in their concentration of red and black fruit (cherries and black cherries, raspberries, cassis, blueberries, and wild berry fruit) which, together with notes of vanilla, black pepper, and liquorice, compose a bouquet which is decisively ample and complex. The palate is exceptionally elegant and balanced, fresh in its flavors and with much personality, solid and silky in its texture and tannins. The finish, characterized by notes of fruit and spices, is of great finesse and persistence.
  • Matsu Trio Presentation Box

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    Matsu Vineyards in Spain have been producing wines for over 110 years and this really is a treat to showcase their dedication to producing a special vino.
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    A very special gift for the wine lover in your life. Beautifully gift wrapped inside a charcoal presentation box & silver ribboned, hand-tied bow.