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Savour your appreciation for wine at these 7 wine clubs in Singapore

Wine clubs in Singapore

Whether it’s for exclusive tastings, masterclasses, or rare collections, wine connoisseurs converge at these best wine clubs in Singapore.

For many of us, wine isn’t just the occasional alcoholic bevvy to have while dining out – there’s a whole world out there that’s centred around the art of wine. And we can certainly see why, since each bottle speaks volumes of the terroir and time-honoured traditions of wine-making. 

Whether you’re looking to expand your palate or seeking to connect with fellow wine aficionados, these seven members’ wine clubs in Singapore are a gateway to appreciating wine. Let’s cheers to never-ending wine lists, exquisite wine tastings, and plenty of expert masterclasses.

1. Park 90

Access to rare, hard-to-procure wines

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It’s at Conrad Singapore Orchard’s lobby where you’ll find Park 90, a swanky wine lounge that prides itself on good wine and food. You’ll get to enjoy a bevy of privileges at this members-only club, from exclusive wine tastings to BYO Cellar Nights. There are also Wine Portfolio Tasting experiences held monthly, to try a range of old world wines and the occasional 100-point wine. 

But membership at this wine club is most sought after for their access to wines on limited release – rare bottles that aren’t often available on the market. Part of their services include procuring coveted, rare vintages. 

There’s also a team of sommeliers to lend you their expert opinion on which investment-grade bottles are best to add to your collection. A major plus: wines purchased here can be stored for free in their temperature-controlled and humidity-optimised cellar. You’ll also get to enjoy a special members-only price for all wines on their wine list. 

How to be a member: Sign up at Park 90 with a sign-up fee of $500. You’ll also receive a complimentary bottle of champagne.

Membership fees: From $150 per month or from $5,000 (can be used for wine credits) annually

Park 90 website 

2. 67 Pall Mall

The largest wine list in the region with more than 6,000 wines

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Their floor-to-ceiling wine cellar is their centrepiece.
Image: 67 Pall Mall

It was with great fanfare when private members’ club 67 Pall Mall first opened in early 2022. Perched at the top of Shaw Centre along Orchard Road, this fine wine club boasts the largest wine list in the region – a collection of more than 6,000 wines, with more than 1,000 available by the glass. With experienced sommeliers at the ready, you’ve got a knowledge of wealth on hand. The wine list is only available on iPads, with details on tasting notes, critics’ scores, and winemakers’ stories. 

Besides appreciating rare wines, the club also hosts masterclasses, walk-around-tastings, and regular dinner parties. The very first 67 Pall Mall was in London, but now, they’ve got a global network of wine aficionados across cities like Verbier and Bordeaux. Pay heed to the smart casual dress code: it’s one of the few places in Singapore to put on a cocktail dress or smart trousers. 

How to be a member: Submit an application form which includes a short biography. 

Membership fees: $3,600 annually

67 Pall Mall website

3. Haus 65

100-point wines available by the glass

Mandala Club wine club in Singapore
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With Mandala Club being one of Singapore’s most sought-after social clubs for the younger folks, many members also naturally gravitate towards fine wine. And that’s how Haus 65 came about, a lounge space on the 21st floor of Mandarin Oriental that puts fine wine and oenology events at its core. While you’ll get access to hotel facilities – such as the pool, gym, and spa – you’re most likely there for the 1,000 label wine list. 

There are also wine tasting sessions held weekly, held by certified leading sommeliers and renowned winemakers. Wines are stored in a large cellar, with a rotating wine list – you’ll get to try a few 100-point wines available by the glass. Fun fact: if you order the last glass from any of these bottles, you’ll get to choose the next bottle from the wine list to add to the selection.

How to be a member: You’ll need to be a member of Mandala Club or a hotel guest at Mandarin Oriental to access Haus 65.

Membership fees: Initiation fee starting from $2,500 and from $2,139 annually

Haus 65 website

4. Fine Wines Tasting Club

Thematic wine nights with blind tasting

Fine Wines Tasting Club
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Fine Wines Tasting Club might pride themselves on offering exceptional bottles of Bordeaux and Burgundy during tastings, but there’s no elitism whatsoever at this wine club. In fact, everyone is welcome to join whether a novice drinker or wine connoisseur. Here, the common topic is none other than wine – it’s where you’ll get to meet like-minded folks with no pretence or pretension.

Join one of their thematic wine nights to experience a blind wine tasting. Whether it’s new or old world wines, Super Tuscans or Bordeaux, or even China or France – each tasting is bound to pique your interest. Swirl your glass, take a sip, and see what nuanced notes come through: it’s a whole new world of wine out there when you’re going in blind. The Club also offers masterclasses with a focus on Italian and French wines.

How to be a member: Drop an email to Fine Wines Tasting Club, and leave a note on what your favourite wine region is.

Membership fees: Upon enquiry 

Fine Wines Tasting Club website

5. Aroma of Wine

A wine cellar to store up to 500 bottles

Aroma of Wine club
Image: Aroma of Wine

While originally an online fine wine marketplace, Aroma of Wine also has a private members’ club to appreciate or collect wine. Not only will you earn membership points through this loyalty programme, but you’ll also be offered in-person experiences such as private wine tastings, blending sessions, and wine pairing meals. 

One of the best perks though, is that you’ll get to use the wine cellar for storage of up to 500 bottles. Now, the cellar is both temperature and humidity-controlled – it’s the ideal storage conditions when it comes to keeping a prized bottle of wine. You’ll also have access to private tasting rooms, where you can enjoy tastings with your friends and family.

How to be a member: Drop them a call for options and availability.

Membership fees: Upon enquiry. Platinum, Gold, and Silver memberships available.

Aroma of Wine website

6. Uncorked by The American Club

Regular wine pairing dinners

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It’s over at The American Club where you’ll find Uncorked, a wine appreciation club that offers first dibs on limited and rare wines. But it’s not simply about developing your wine palate – Uncorked also understands the intricacies behind matching wine to food. The Club often holds wine dinners and tastings, where you’ll enjoy privileges like priority booking and special prices.

Past events typically centre around the celebration of wine. Take the Mitjaville Wine Dinner that was held in late 2023 – a wine pairing meal that featured the Mitjaville family’s three wine estates in Saint-Emilion and Dordogne. Known for their exquisite wineries, these wines complemented a curated menu featuring the likes of a foie gras terrine and twice-cooked kurobuta pork belly. Speakers and experts are also often invited down to these events to share their vast know-how on different wine varietals.

How to be a member: You have to be a member of The American Club to join Uncorked

Membership fees: $215 annually

Uncorked by The American Club website

7. Wine Circle by Singapore Cricket Club

Overseas winery tours

Singapore Cricket Club wine club
Image: Singapore Cricket Club

While the Singapore Cricket Club started as a social sport club centred around field games – with cricket at the heart of it – their sense of camaraderie is also built on wining and dining. With that in mind, came Wine Circle, a wine club just for members to share their enthusiasm around fine wines. 

It’s not just a networking club, but rather, one where devoted connoisseurs can come together to bond over the art of wine. They occasionally host experiences like wine tasting, wine appreciation classes, and country-themed events with visiting ambassadors – there might even be an overseas winery tour in the near future. As a member, you’ll get to enjoy a special rate for all the above. 

How to be a member: You have to be a member of the Singapore Cricket Club to join Wine Circle. You can email the club, or pick up a registration form at the Member Services Desk.

Membership fees: Upon enquiry 

Wine Circle at Singapore Cricket Club website

Best wine clubs in Singapore 

Appreciating wine is a nuanced hobby all in itself. At Singapore’s best wine clubs, you’ll be whisked away on a journey from savouring rare vintages by the glass to procuring coveted cult wines. 

Make sure to also see what other extravagant experiences might catch your interest, from joining Singapore’s exclusive watch clubs to tucking into an opulent champagne brunch.

Cover image: 67 Pall Mall

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