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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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100% matured in barriques for about eight months, this is ripe and round with plummy character. This wine was voted a 2013 Wine Champion at our annual blind-tasting competition to find the best of The Society's range
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Maipo is the best place to grow cabernet in Chile. The wines are ripe but not jammy, with a cedary elemant to the aroma. On the palate they have a beginning, middle and an end, and there is a balance of richness and
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This excellent value-for-money sauvignon blanc has intense aromas of gooseberry and elderflower together with a vivid and refreshing palate.
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Limarí is fast becoming the pre-eminent region for chardonnay in Chile. A break in the coastal mountain range to the northwest of the valley results in a very strong cooling influence from the 14ºC Pacific
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McLaren Vale's Mediterranean climate results in chardonnay with an abundance of flavour. Fermented in stainless steel, this has lovely ripe fruit and clean mouthwatering finish. Made by Paul Smith at Wirra Wirra.
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Dry and flowery, the most distinctive of all vermouths. Drink chilled on its own with a twist of lemon, or use as an essential ingredient for a dry Martini.
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This Society label red is sourced and made by Bleasdale who have supplied The Wine Society with delicious wines for many years. Located in Langhorne Creek in South Australia where the hot climate results in generous and
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The Beaujolais region can be divided into two parts. There is the southern Bas-Beaujolais which tends to produce simple wine that is mostly sold as ‘Nouveau’. The northern Haut-Beaujolais produces a style of
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Rich, soft and velvety malbec with a hint of oak. This high-quality wine is made for us by Susana Balbo, one of Argentina's greatest winemakers.
This benchmark Bordeaux sauvignon is fresh and aromatic with the typical reserve and refinement one associates with Bordeaux examples of the grape. The component wines are selected from small properties and
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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.