Since 1950, the Wine Society Dining Club has been hosting tastings and dinners for the enjoyment of fine, matured wines with like-minded oenophiles. Our aim is that members gain improved appreciation of the finer qualities of the wines we drink, leading to enhanced enjoyment and wine knowledge. We couldn't have put it better than the late Michael Broadbent MW.
"Drinking good wine with good food in good company is one of life's most civilized pleasures."
Our collection of fine wines is our primary asset. The Club buys fine wines during opening and “en primeur” offers. We then cellar these wines until they are ready to drink. This can often be many years, and wines frequently appreciate in value during this time.
Members benefit from this process of buying wine on release with a much later drinking window. Event costs can be considerably less than the current market value of the wines offered. Dinner and tasting fees allow us to purchase replacement wines today for events in the years ahead.
Please visit the Wine Reserves section to see the current stock in the Club’s cellar.