LONDON’S 67 PALL MALL WILL OPEN CLUBHOUSE IN SINGAPORE NEXT YEAR
By Susan Lewis
London’s 67 Pall Mall, a private members’ club specialising in wines, will open its first overseas outpost in Singapore in Autumn next year.
The clubhouse will be located on Orchard Road in the centre of Singapore. It will feature 5,000 labels from 42 countries, with 1,000 wines available by the glass.
Members will be able to store their own wines at the club in a Chatwood bank vault, formerly used by the previous occupier Hambros Bank.
The Singapore club will also host wine education classes of the Wine and Spirit Education Trust syllabus, to be taught by Masters of Wine.
The 15,000 sq ft venue will also host wine related events from masterclasses and walk- around tastings to tutored blind tastings. Other events of arts and music nature will also be scheduled regularly.
The clubhouse restaurant will serve breakfast, lunch and dinner, dishes will be designed with influence from Singapore recipes and will complement the club’s wine offerings.
“We are thrilled to be able to bring people together with a shared passion for fine wine, and to take the 67 Pall Mall journey to the next level,” said founder and CEO Grant Ashton.
“Singapore is a sophisticated market with an increasing appetite and appreciation for wine, making it the natural choice in our first step to international expansion. By merging the best of what we have established in London with Singapore’s unique culture and heritage, we are creating a haven for wine lovers that is deserving of this thriving and cosmopolitan city state.”
Members of 67 Pall Mall Singapore will have access to the London clubhouse and any future locations.
(the writer can be contacted at: SusanLewis@thewinechronicle.com)
**IF YOU THINK THE WINE CHRONICLE IS WORTH SUPPORTING, PLEASE MAKE A DONATION TO HELP US IMPROVE AND CONTINUE OUR WORK**
TRENDING│ FOCUS│ SERVICES│ ABOUT US│ CONTACT