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The London Women and Wine Club is centred around wine and women. The aim is to learn about wine in a relaxed and pleasant environment, while providing networking opportunities to professional and accomplished women.


It is a virtual club, meeting once a month in different places around London, always private and beautiful locations, with each time some different food and wine choices around a theme. Each event includes a woman speaker around a different subject.


Both Laurence and Anne are qualified with the Diploma of WSET and they are passionate about wine, helping you discover new wines and network while listening to a really interesting woman speaker. The events are interactive and have ample time for questions and networking.


Members will also benefit from a record of what they liked as well as wine tips, discounts on events and other benefits.

Picnic opera Holland Park Barber of Seville

Holland Park

SOLD OUT (Please contact us if you want to join)

Join us for an outdoor Opera evening in one of the most unique London summer evenings!

Holland Park Opera has contacted us for a discounted offer to spend an evening together, eating, drinking, and listening to an amazing Opera. This is a one-off, we would like to try with you. Laurence and Anne enjoy operas and we both thought it could be a nice way to celebrate the start of Summer.

Doors open at 5.30 pm and, we suggest arriving from 6.00 pm. We will meet at the entrance of Holland Park Opera to be taken to a table reserved for us. Performances start at 7.30. there is an interval at 8.30-45 pm for 30 minutes. The performance ends around 9.35 / 9.45 and we can go back to our table if we want until it closes at 11 pm. A picnic from an Italian Deli will be served. It will be a Bring Your Own (BYO) bottle.  This is meant to be more about relaxing and networking and less about speakers or wine information.

Please find below the description from Holland Park Opera:

The Barber of Seville by Rosinni is a "sparkling comedy of intrigue told with style and panache. Figaro the barber turns puppet-master as he tries to prevent Rosina’s wedding to her elderly guardian, Doctor Bartolo, and instead to cement a match between her and the young Count Almaviva, Figaro’s former and future employer. Disguises and deceptions abound as the course of true love hits the rocks. With brilliantly inventive arias and ensembles that fizz at lightning speed, Rossini’s opera serves as a tart prequel to Mozart’s The Marriage of Figaro.

Paul Grant takes the title role in Cecilia Stinton’s new production of this classic bel canto comedy, conducted by Charlotte Corderoy. Elgan Llŷr Thomas and Heather Lowe play Almaviva and Rosina, with Stephen Gadd as the conniving Doctor Bartolo. There is luxury casting in the supporting cast, as operatic superstar and celebrated comedienne Janis Kelly makes her company debut in the role of Bartolo’s dust-allergic housekeeper, Berta.

Because this is a different event from our usual ones, we have decided to put only one price for everyone, members and non-members: £96.

There are ONLY 12 seats available (or 24 if we have a lot of success) so be fast to register. As usual, a women's event only. Your family and friends are welcome!

The deadline to register is the 16th of May.

Can the world avoid greenwashing with Maria


Maria Lilli joined MSCI in 2013 and leads the ESG Consultant team across the UK and Italy. Maria has more than 14 years’ experience in the ESG Research industry, advising leading institutional investors, asset managers, and central banks on different ESG integration, screening and engagement strategies, and helping develop different educational and analytical tools.

 Additionally, Maria is a member of the UK Sustainable Investment Forum, Industry Development Committee, as well as of the British Standard Institute working group on the creation of standards on the labelling of responsible and sustainable funds. She is also guest lecturer at the London College of Fashion.

Prior to joining MSCI, Maria worked as analyst looking at sustainability issues within the think-tank Accountability. She also worked as lawyer at the French Anti-Trust Authority and lectured at Nanterre University. Maria holds a LLM in European Competition Law from Paris-Assas University, and a Master degree in Development Studies from the London School of Economics.

Maria will be discussing

- current trajectory of temperature rise and how to measure it
- what companies are doing in terms of reducing carbon emissions and how to assess the credibility of carbon emission reduction targets
- how companies ‘hide’ their emissions (so-called orpheline emissions)

We will taste 6 wines that reflect global warming challenges.


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