London's Best Wine Clubs

Discover a new breed of members' club where U can share your interest and passion in the world's finest wines with fellow wine lovers.

67 Pall Mall

Situated in the heart of historic St James’s, and housed in Sir Edwin Lutyens’ inimitable former Banking Hall, 67 Pall Mall’s raison d’etre is to provide a “home” for wine connoisseurs - a space in which to explore, savour and share the finest, and rarest wines from around the world. Set across three floors, the interior has been sensitively transformed into a luxuriously, and welcoming space designed with the modern oenophile in mind. Also, discover a bar just for spirits 'The Naughty Corner' in the recently opened Club Room - as part of the second floor expansion. 

67 Pall Mall’s mission is to make accessible fine wine to its members both physically and financially and works on the basis of a small cash mark-up, rather than a multiple of the cost price and has 800 wines by the glass as part of its repertoire. In addition to oenological delights, 67 Pall Mall’s restaurant (and excellent private dining rooms) serves breakfast, lunch, dinner under the expert leadership of Head Chef Marcus Verberne (previously of HIX and The Ivy restaurants) using seasonal ingredients to complement and enhance the wine list. Members are able to store up to two cases of personal wine in the Club’s cellars, which houses the Chatwood “Invincible” Strongroom. Built in 1934 for Hambros Bank, this safe has been refurbished to be the most secure facility for the storage of fine wine in central London and is home to the club’s finest and rarest wines. Membership costs from £750 with a £1,500 joining fee. Request membership details and benefit from an exclusive gift. 

Ten Trinity Square Club

A collaboration between Four Seasons, Château Latour (the first time this venerable first-growth has been involved in such a partnership) and the Reignwood Group, and housed within the Four Seasons Ten Trinity Square. The Club is centred on the second-floor boardrooms and executive offices of the original building, once home to the Port of London Authority and situated opposite the Tower of London. With their hand-carved walnut panelling and high ornate ceilings, these spaces have been preserved, restored and transformed into the new stunning clubrooms. Included are meeting rooms, cigar lounge, bar, art gallery and business centre, restaurants with private dining, a cigar lounge, and a billiards room. The Club also houses the residents’ and members’ wine store and features the Château Latour Room. This celebrates the unique relationship between Ten Trinity Square and the legendary Médoc winemaker, complementing the cuisine being developed for the Club by celebrated French chef, Anne-Sophie Pic - inspired by three generations of 3 Michelin starred cuisine from Valence. 


Business mogul, Robin Birley, owner of London's most exclusive private members' club, 5 Hertford Street (pictured), is opening a new 'wine club' on Mayfair's prestigious Albemarle Street. Although initial rumours have only just started circulating, we can confirm that the location is at 25 Albemarle Street (previoulsy Michael John hairdressing salon). The club will look to offer members a focus around wine with dedicated storage space for private collections and named Oswald's - after Robin Birley's grandfather - a English portrait painter and royal portraitist. The club - with the decor drawing inspiration from the Hall of Mirrors at Versailles - consists of a 80 cover restaurant, wine cellars and eventually a first floor drawing room. Expect plenty of storage space for private collections with the club selling wines at retail prices and with no corkage charges. Robin is also set to open a business-centric club, in Mayfair, by taking over the rooms which used to house Pasley-Tyler and plans to open a club in New York. Membership to Oswald's costs £4,000 per annum with an initial £1,250 joining fee.


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