Tag: napoleon cellar

20 years of events at No.3

While we’ve long been hosting bon viveurs, this month marks 20 years since we first started officially holding events at No.3 St James’s Street. Our Wine Director – and regular host – Mark Pardoe MW considers how things have changed over the years, and why he still looks forward to every event

Below the surface: the Napoleon Cellar

Dipping two storeys below No.3 St James’s Street, Katie Cooper, Wine Club Manager, explores the extraordinary history of our Napoleon Cellar. Deep beneath the shop at No.3 St James’s Street lies the Napoleon Cellar, named after Louis-Napoléon III, the nephew of Napoleon I. These days, it hosts long lunches and sumptuous dinners for up to […]

One night, one cause

On the 24th March we are holding a dinner and auction to raise funds for Berry Bros. & Rudd’s supported charity, Sands – the stillbirth and neonatal death charity. Matthew Tipping – Fine Wine Sales Manager – explains the important work being done by Sands, and how you can help. The death of unborn and […]

A Cellar Plan Long Lunch

At 12.30 on the 18th May at the glorious venue of our cellars in 3 St James’s Street, 30 or so colleagues and Cellar Plan customers met for a Friday afternoon ‘bring a bottle to share’ lunch over fine food and, of course, fine wines. The format for the afternoon is based on a Burgundian […]