Amathus launches fourth store in Shoreditch

Amathus launches fourth store at 303 Old Street, EC1V 9IA, Shoreditch


With three busy branches already operating in Soho, City and Knightsbridge, Amathus’ new store will stock an enviable range of competitively priced wines, champagnes, spirits and craft beers; including a carefully selected range of niche drinks that are exclusive to Shoreditch.

The store will hold our diverse selection of exclusively imported wines from top producers across the globe, including the Decanter magazine award winning Idiom Collection from Stellenbosch, the Wine & Spirits Magazine 2013 Winery of the Year Elk Cove Vineyards from Oregon; together with exciting recent additions from Australia joining in to the portfolio, Woodstock from McLaren Vale and Maverick from the Barossa Valley.

Our collection of 1800 spirits, 400 of which are exclusively imported by Amathus, includes the world’s most sought after Bourbon whiskey from the Old Rip Van Winkle Distillery, Casa Centinela Tequila, multiple golden medal winning distillery Château de Laubade, and renowned mezcal range Del Maguey; a unique spirit made with Ibérico de Ballota ham, which was recently named 2014’s Best Product at the Tales of the Cocktail Spirited Awards.

Wine and spirit tasting sessions will also be held at the new store, with a host of experts on hand to talk guests through a regular series of guided master classes.

Amathus Shoreditch will open seven days a week, with a click and collect service and free local delivery available. The excellent product range and services provided by Stuart and Brian of The City Beverage Company will be continued. For existing trade customers please contact, for account queries please contact  and for any other queries please contact

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