The owners of the prestigious Château de Galoupet vineyard in Provence have launched a bespoke restaurant-cum-wine emporium in a Georgian terraced building on swanky Beauchamp Place, with the
intention of raising Galoupet’s profile while offering the Knightsbridge set a new foodie playground. The all-day menu eschews ‘charcuterie cheese’ wine-bar clichés in favour of nutritionally
balanced, seasonal dishes, with each item allied to several recommended tipples by the glass; Galoupet’s head chef worked at nearby Zuma, so expect plenty of trendy influences from Asia the
Med. The wine store at the front of the building offers the full Galoupet range in addition to a constantly changing, handpicked selection of 36 by the glass (thanks to several Enomatic machines,
including London’s first system deigned specifically for Champagne). Guest sommeliers are invited to update the innovative list every three months.