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Berry Bros. & Rudd's London Wine & Spirits Shop

Our London wine shop at 3 St James’s Street has changed little since it was opened by the Widow Bourne in 1698. It boasts an extensive range of wines and spirits, from around £5 up to £5,000, and a team of knowledgeable yet friendly staff who offer unparalleled expert advice, no matter what your requirements are. The range incorporates a vast selection of wines, including those from Bordeaux, Burgundy, Champagne, Spain and the Rhône, as well as top Italian bottles and New World classics.

Virtual Tour

From roots as a merchant selling provisions, exotic spices, tea and coffee, No.3 ultimately became a fine wine merchant and during the past three centuries many famous visitors have passed through our doors, from Lord Byron to the Aga Khan. The shop is little changed and traces of its history – including important documents and artefacts – are on view. Berry Bros. & Rudd first supplied wine to the British Royal Family during the rein of King George III and has continued to do so to the present day and currently holds two Royal warrants; for H.M. The Queen and H.R.H The Prince of Wales.

Latest Offers

Staff Choices

Latest Offers
Visit our Promo Room and discover our range of top-class wines.

Wine of the Moment
Our London staff selects a favourite wine available from the shop.

The Fine Wine Reserves Room

Spirits Tasting Room -The finest Whiskies, Bourbon, Cognacs, Armagancs in London

The Fine Wine Reserves Room
Browse our finest reserves room, offering a superlative selection of some of the world’s finest wines.

The Spirits Room
Take a look around our fine Whiskies and Spirits room, featuring rare and independent releases and free tastings of Berrys’ exclusive range own bottlings.

Marvel our Giant Coffee Scales in a shop steeped in history

Meet the Team

The No. 3 Shop Story
Step back in time and learn more about the rich history of No.3, through tales of widows, kings, politicians and coffee. 

Meet the Shop Team
Our team of knowledgeable and friendly staff are always on hand to help you find delicious wines. Learn more about them here.

They came to No. 3

Cellar Events

They Came to No. 3
Join us at Berrys’ London shop, as we take you to a trip down memory lane to trace the footsteps of Lord Byron, one of our most notable past clients.

Cellar Events
We hold a range of events in our cellars and townhouse, from tastings and dinners to Wine Schools. These historic venues are also available for private hire. 

Contact Shop Manager, Francis Huicq:
3 St James's Street,
London, SW1A 1EG
Tel: 0800 280 2440

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London shop's promotional terms and conditions:
Unless otherwise stated, discounts and offers may not be used in conjunction with any other offer, including case discounts, are non-refundable, may not be used against previous purchases and cannot be exchanged in whole or in part for cash. Offers must be claimed in person at Berrys' shop at 3 St James's Street, SW1A and are subject to availability. Discounts do not apply to en primeur wines. For Berrys' full terms and conditions, please go to

Time Out London's Best Shops 2013   

Visit our virtual cellar tour to see pictures of the shop and cellars.


Reviews of our London Shop

Britain’s oldest wine and spirit merchant, having opened its doors in 1698, still trades from the same premises at 3 St James’s. It carries an extensive selection of both accessible and fine wines and spirits, ranging from £5 to £5000 per bottle. There is a dedicated team of knowledgeable staff on hand to provide guidance and recommendations to help you find that perfect bottle and to cater to your every vinous need. More...
Timothy Anscombe-Bell, Editor B.B, Esq.

If your palate needs some wine for cleansing, you can NOT go wrong if you find the Berry Bros. & Rudd wine shop just above St. James Palace. Experienced personnel provide impeccable service, are extremely knowledgeable, and make exceptional recommendations. I did inquire about a sparkling wine made with the Sangiovese grape; unfortunately none were available. However, the shop did carry a wider selection of Malbec at very affordable prices. For wine connoisseurs, a great place to include in your itinerary.
(Trip Advisor Reviews - March 2012)

"Berry Bros is our favourite wine merchant. It used to be quite snooty and austere but has loosened up to the point where it was happy to let the cameras in for that BBC Four documentary you heard about but forgot to Sky+ last year. Not that you want looseness from a wine merchant, necessarily. But you know what we mean."
John O'Connell and Jessica Cargill Thompson The Times

"Nip inside the Georgian bow-windowed Berry's shop to admire the old tea and coffee scales and the cramped cellars below, before walking off with their pocket book of a wine list, long, as you might expect, on the classic wines of France but with some New Worlders, too."
The Times 
The London Magazine's Great Little Shop award"Berry Bros.' shop and cellars in St James's Street is the only living reminder of London's long past as a centre of wine appreciation. It feels like a trip back to the 18th century. But it is also at the leading edge of choice, selection and service in modern wine."
Hugh Johnson The London Magazine
"This is probably the store Adam Smith and Napoleon had in mind when they described the British as a nation of shopkeepers; it's been around since those times. Berry Bros, which was founded in 1698, is one of only eight family businesses in London that are more than 300 years old, and the shop front gives you a hint of the store's longevity."
Nic Wing Countrylife