Our shop at 63 Pall Mall is just around the corner from our historic home at No.3. This new space offers an extraordinary range of wines and spirits, from £10 to £10,000 a bottle, and each one – of course – comes with the same world-class service and advice that you expect of us.
Where to find us
63 Pall Mall,
London, SW1Y 5HZ
Monday to Friday: 10am to 7pm
Saturday: 10am to 5pm
Sunday and Public Holidays: Closed
Free Constantia Glen in-store tasting
3 to 6pm, Thursday 17th October
Join us in our London Shop for a free tasting of Constantia Glen wines. All the way from South Africa, Alexander Weibel, co-owner, will tell you about the estate’s unique position and how it allows for premium wines to be produced there. You will be able to taste three wines from traditional Bordeaux grapes, thriving in South Africa’s oldest wine region.
Hambledon English Sparkling Wine and Oyster Tasting
12.30 to 4.30pm, Saturday 26th October
Sample a selection of Hambledon’s English sparkling wines for free at a tasting in our London Shop. You’ll have the chance to taste their Classic Cuvée as well as their new, zero-dosage Première Cuvée Rosé, alongside oysters.
Glencadam & Tomintoul whisky tasting
2 to 6pm, Thursday 31st October
Pop by the London Shop for a free scotch whisky tasting. Joined by Ben Parker from Angus Dundee you will be able to sample drams from Tomintoul distillery based in the Speyside region, and from Glencadam distillery located in the eastern highlands of Scotland.
London Shop Lates: No.3 Gin Masterclass
7.45 to 9.15pm, Thursday 7th November
Join us in the London Shop for a new “Late”– an evening of gin. You will be greeted on arrival with nibbles and a refreshing No.3 G&T. The Masterclass will be hosted by Brand Ambassador Richard Gillam, who will talk you through how to make the perfect Negroni and Martini. Tickets are £25, redeemable against any purchase online or in the shop. To book, please contact email@example.com
Come to 63 Pall Mall to taste a host of exceptional wines from our Enomatic machines. Each 25 millilitre sample costs between £1 and £30.
For a full list of featured wines and prices, please click here.