In an always-on world full of constant digital interactions, the opportunity to share a meal, a treasured glass of wine, and an educational moment with a group of friends is a rare treat.
As members of the International Wine and Food Society, we think that these opportunities should not be so rare.   Our more than 6000 members are able to get together regularly to learn and share a connection through wine, food, pleasant conversation and meaningful friendships that develop locally but expand globally.   Why not join us?

The International Wine and Food Society is one of the world’s oldest and most renowned gastronomic societies catering for those who are not necessarily involved in the trade.  It was founKrug-06ded in 1933 by André L. Simon CBE, Legion d’Honneur, who was a dedicated and knowledgeable gourmet and a superb connoisseur of fine wines. Its key purpose is the promotion of a greater understanding and pleasure in good food, good wine and good company.
There are more than 6,000 members, from all walks of life, in over 135 branches and 40 countries throughout the world. The society is IMG_5741_Dorganised in three Regions; The European and African Region, The Asian Pacific Region and The Americas Region.
The IWFS is described by The Oxford Companion to Wine as “The oldest and most cosmopolitan of the gastronomic societies for consumers rather than professionals … Now much imitated.”

This is the Website of the London Branch.  Information on other branches worldwide can be found on the global  IWFS website
On this site you can find out details of the aims of the society and the events that we run.  And if you are interested in becoming a member, you can join right here.   Our Branch is a friendly group of individuals from a wide range of backgrounds, who enjoy good food and wine and want to find out more.