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67 Pall Mall joins the IMW international supporter community

67 Pall Mall joins the IMW international supporter community

The Institute of Masters of Wine (IMW) is delighted to announce 67 Pall Mall as an international supporter.

67 Pall Mall is the world’s first group of Private Members’ Clubs exclusively for wine lovers. The Club opened its doors in the heart of London in December 2015. The Clubs allow Members to share their interest in the world’s finest wines with like-minded people.

67 Pall Mall now has over 4,000 Members in London, 3,600 in Singapore and 600 in Verbier. Each Club features an extensive wine list, both by-the-bottle and by-the-glass.

Grant Ashton, 67 Pall Mall founder and CEO, said, “67 Pall Mall is the home of fine wine, and thus, we are delighted to be joining the IMW supporter network. We look forward to exploring new ways in which we can collaborate as we continue with our twinned pursuits of global development.”

Julian Gore-Booth, IMW executive director, said, “The IMW is delighted to welcome 67 Pall Mall as a supporter. This represents a fantastic opportunity for Masters of Wine who wish to join a club founded by and for wine lovers and will also strengthen our study programme and events in the years ahead.”


For more information contact:
Belinda Eaton
Head of Marketing and Engagement
Institute of Masters of Wine
+44 (0)207 383 9136

Notes to editors:

About the Institute of Masters of Wine (IMW)
The IMW is a membership organisation with an exceptional international reputation. For 70 years, its members – the Masters of Wine (MWs) – have been at the forefront of leadership and expertise in the world of wine. The IMW’s mission is to promote excellence, interaction and learning across all sectors of the global wine community. MWs prove their comprehensive understanding of wine by passing the MW exam, recognised worldwide for its rigour and exacting standards. In addition to passing the exam, members must sign the code of conduct before they are entitled to use the initials MW. This requires them to uphold the highest standards of commercial conduct within the industry. Today, there are 416 Masters of Wine working in 31 countries. The membership encompasses winemakers, sommeliers, buyers, journalists, shippers, consultants, viticulturalists, academics, educators and more. There are 367 students from 40 countries in the 2023-24 MW study programme. The IMW works with 37 supporters and four research and industry associates, who help promote the IMW’s mission. The five principal supporters are Austrian Wine, AXA Millésimes, Champagne Bollinger, Constellation Brands and VSPT Wine Group.