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Society wines are at the heart of The Wine Society. They are the wines which members buy and re-buy most often, and the wines which the buyers spend most time sourcing and often blending to ensure their quality. The single most important ingredient behind any good wine is the person who makes it. Society wines are sourced to our specifications from people who have a track record of providing excellent bottles. They are designed to give consistent pleasure and enjoyment, whilst respecting vintage differences.
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Very good grape brandy which is clean and dry.
The Society's Beaujolais Villages is a true villages blend that reflects the characteristics of wines from key areas in Beaujolais. Much of the blend comes from the area around Brouilly, with elements from
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This comes from Alfred Gratien and is just as Champagne should be. The blend is made up of all three Champagne grape varieties (pinot noir, pinot meunier and chardonnay) from excellent sources. Fermentation takes place
Bordeaux's history is strongly linked with England, dating back to 1152 when Eleanor of Aquitaine married Henry Plantagenet, the future King of England. Soon after, thanks to preferential taxes, Gascony's wine became
The Society's White Burgundy comes from Mâcon in the south of the region and the vineyards lie on rolling limestone hills to the west of the river Saône. The appellation Mâcon-Villages is given to the 43
Full, broad and mineral Chablis of impressive quality.
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Although Côtes-du-Rhône may come from anywhere in the Rhône Valley, in practice it is all made in the southern Rhône. The climate here is mediterranean and this is reflected in the choice of the main
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The Wine Society is a mutual organisation, so our members' satisfaction is paramount. If, for any reason, you haven't enjoyed a wine we want to hear about it and will happily offer a credit, a replacement or a refund.