South Kensington Store
Welcome to our South Kensington page where you can find all the latest tweets, news and events! Keep an eye out for any limited offers and special events that are happening in your local Amathus store.
Please Note: We understand that your choice of product may not always be available in store that are listed on the website. If you are after a specific product, please get in touch with us - If we don't have it in stock, please allow 1-2 working days for the order to be sent from our warehouse. You will receive a call once the order is ready for collection. The in-store prices for products may differ to the prices listed on online.
72 Old Brompton Road
London SW7 3LQ
THIS STORE IS NOW OPEN
Monday - Thursday: 10.30 - 19.30
Friday - Saturday: 10:00 - 20:00
Sunday & Bank Holidays: 11:00 - 19:00
Closest Tube: South Kensington 4 minute walk, Gloucester Road 8 minute walk
Telephone: 020 7225 2762
Amathus South Kensington Store Staff
Calum Marsden – Store Manager
Calum was born and raised in the midlands, then moved to London to study in 2013. After a few years of working in fine dining & wine / cocktail bars, he became passionate about the world of alcohol; from every aspect of production through to consumption, he was hooked.
His primary interests lie with all things distilled, especialy whisk(e)y, but that being said he doesn't discriminate: spirits, wine, sake or beer, he loves them all. When he doesn't have a whisky in hand, you can find him checking out the best spots to eat and drink, training in the gym or with friends and family.
Please do come down and say hello, we look forward to meeting you and finding the perfect tipple together.
Michael Huband – Assistant Manager
Michael is one of Soho’s Assistant Managers and he has been with Amathus since 2018. After a brief folly in teaching taught him to hate children (but love wine), he worked in fine dining restaurants and independent wine shops before moving to the big smoke. Michael literally opened his interview by declaring, “I’m pretty unfaithful – I love all sorts of wine,” but if he had to pick favourites, he would opt for anything Spanish, South African Chenin Blanc or quality Nebbiolo. But honestly, if it’s a decent bottle, he’ll drink it.
After two years working with Sam, he’s also now prone to dalliances with spirits (Cognac and Irish whiskey being particular weaknesses). He is passionate about wine education, having passed his WSET Level 3 courses in wine and in spirits (with the diploma a work in progress) and recently qualified as a wine educator. Outside of work, you can find him at your local theatre, sourdough bakery or bird-watching hide.
Favourite Tipple – Sandro de Bruno Soave