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Wines are like people. Some are perfect but boring, some are precocious but fail to live up to their promise, and some may be flawed, but the way they develop is endlessly fascinating.
Michael Broadbent

Due to the current COVID-19 pandemic, we are not holding any in person events, but we have two upcoming Zoom webinars on offer that are FREE OF CHARGE. Please see below for more information…

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67 Pall Mall Wine Tasting

67 Pall Mall - Wednesday 11th May

Academie du Vin in partnership with the High Commission of Canada invites you to a Canadian Walkaround Tasting…

The Academie du Vin in partnership with the High Commission of Canada invites you to join us in the Club on Wednesday 11th May, as we explore one of the most beautiful wine regions in the world.

To give Members a little background on Canada as a wine-making region, during the first half of the twentieth century, the temperance movement and the demand for fortified and sweet wines hindered the development of a quality table wine industry.

It was during the 60’s that this demand shifted from sweet and fortified wines to drier and low alcohol wines. There was significant growth and development within the Canadian wine industry during this time, with access to better grape varieties, disease-resistant clones and in-depth viticulture research.

We very much look forward to welcoming you to what will be a fascinating evening of a whole host of fantastic Canadian expressions.

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67 Pall Mall Wine Tasting

67 Pall Mall - Friday 13th May

Academie du Vin in Partnership with the High Commission of Canada Wine Pairing Dinner

Academie du Vin in partnership with the High Commission of Canada invites you to join us in the Club for a delicious wine pairing dinner on Friday 13th May, as we explore one of the most beautiful wine regions in the world.

In 1983, Bartholomew Broadbent, then based in Toronto representing the Symington Family Ports in Canada, opened a branch of L’Academie du Vin, the Paris wine school that Steven Spurrier had founded a decade earlier based on the teachings of his acknowledged mentor, Michael Broadbent.

In 1986, with Bartholomew moving to San Francisco, the management of L’Academie was taken over by wine lover, businessman and 67 Pall Mall Member, Marc Nadeau. Marc has since been actively involved in nurturing Canada’s position on the global wine stage and has introduced many foreign winemakers, wine lovers and personalities to the Niagara, Prince Edward County, Nova Scotia and Okanagan Valley regions.

Follow this LINK to discover the menu and wine we will be enjoying on the night.

Past Webinars

Painted Rock Winery

Painted Rock Exclusive: “Next World” with “Old World” Guidance

Watch this recording of a unique tasting and educational experience showcasing Painted Rock: InterVin’s International Winery of the Year in 2018/2019.
Steven Spurrier

A Conversation with Steven Spurrier

British wine icon Steven Spurrier, who has been called “the man who changed wine forever” thanks to his role in organizing the momentous Judgement of Paris tasting in 1976. A consultant editor for Decanter and one of the masterminds behind the new Académie du Vin Library initiative, Spurrier has long been a champion of good wine as well as good wine writing….
Hugh Johnson

A Conversation with Hugh Johnson

Please join us for a conversation with Hugh Johnson as he chats about his recently revised The Story of Wine and how our understanding and appreciation of wine has evolved over his extraordinary 60-year career. Since the publication of his first book, Wine, at the age of 27, Johnson has forged a reputation as one of the subject’s most knowledgeable communicators…

Our Books

The topic of Wine is filled with a mythology built on rules and intimidations, leaving us feeling insecure. Yet nothing breaks down barriers and brings us together as we take notice of the relationships built and conversations held over a glass of wine.

Our Books

The topic of Wine is filled with a mythology built on rules and intimidations, leaving us feeling insecure. Yet nothing breaks down barriers and brings us together as we take notice of the relationships built and conversations held over a glass of wine.

Our Books

The topic of Wine is filled with a mythology built on rules and intimidations, leaving us feeling insecure. Yet nothing breaks down barriers and brings us together as we take notice of the relationships built and conversations held over a glass of wine.

Our Books

The topic of Wine is filled with a mythology built on rules and intimidations, leaving us feeling insecure. Yet nothing breaks down barriers and brings us together as we take notice of the relationships built and conversations held over a glass of wine.

Our Books

The topic of Wine is filled with a mythology built on rules and intimidations, leaving us feeling insecure. Yet nothing breaks down barriers and brings us together as we take notice of the relationships built and conversations held over a glass of wine.

Our Books

‘Peter has shot like a comet through the wine-skies over the past 50 years. People all over the world of wine have looked up suddenly to see this mysterious light, brighter than any satellite, whizzing by…’ ~Hugh Johnson.