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GR1701 GR1701 The Society's Greek White 2019

Pretty, bright and delicate, this Greek white is also packed with flavour. There's a citrus core with dried herbs, a touch of fennel and a pink grapefruit flourish on the finish. - Jamie Goode

( Sunday Express 11th Oct 2020 )

£8.95
AA2901 AA2901 The Society's Grüner Veltliner 2019

Wine of the Week: ... elegant, mellow and delightfully complex … Smoky, supple and delicately spiced, this medium-bodied, sophisticated Austrian red teems with densely focussed flavours of dark berries, black cherries and blackcurrants which jostle for attention alongside subtle earthy pungent spices before a deeply satisfying finish with beguiling hints of black pepper. Food-wise this is a versatile wine which will go equally well with red meat, game or poultry. I enjoyed mine with a rather wonderful chicken and red pepper paella. - Raymond Gleug

( Belfast Newsletter 10th Oct 2020 )

£8.50
AA3061 AA3061 The Society's Blaufränkisch 2018

… remarkably lean, green and citrussy … full of fresh, fragrant, grassy and herbaceous aromatics which lead to tangy pear and white pepper flavours on its vibrant and very lively palate It went very nicely with delicious pork schnitzels in a creamy dill sauce. - Raymond Gleug

( Belfast Newsletter 10th Oct 2020 )

£9.95
AA3061 AA3061 The Society's Blaufränkisch 2018

This new red at The Wine Society (which, like the Aldi white featured earlier, is from Austria) uses a grape that appears, under several different names, across eastern Europe. Everywhere, though, it can produce wine that is rich without being heavy. This one performs the same trick, offering us excellent medium bodied wine with currant aromas, cheery, plum, pepper and baking spice flavours and good acidity but little tannin. - Brian Elliott

( Daily Record 10th Oct 2020 )

£9.95
BU73631 BU73631 ‘Cuvée Le Levraut', Bourgogne Pinot Noir 2018

This has the fragrance that I want in a young pinot noir - intense with red berries and raspberries. It's ripe and light-midweight with soft tannins and a little silkiness. The crunchy red berry flavours linger. Drink with roast duck breast. Good value. - Carol Brown

( Press & Journal 10th Oct 2020 )

£9.95
BU75641 BU75641 Domaine Gonon, Mâcon La Roche Vineuse 2019

A truly brilliant and astonishingly good value white Burgundy, this dropped just yesterday: I would usually wait for Christmas but I’m nervous that as soon as TWS members see how good it is, it will sell out fast. Baked apple and a hint of clover, and it’s unoaked. Like a Pouilly-Fuissé but less money. - Victoria Moore

( The Daily Telegraph 10th Oct 2020 )

£10.50
CL221 CL221 The Society's Claret 2018

Another great-value bottle from The Wine Society, unsurprisingly a perennial bestseller and an ever-reliable fallback for a reasonably priced Bordeaux red. Some claim it's a bit bland but what do they know? Soft, fruity. - Matt Nixson

( Daily Express 10th Oct 2020 )

£7.50
FC39211 FC39211 Domaine Jones Hairy Grenache 2019

… the wonderfully named, rot-resistant variant, lledoner pelut, known as hairy grenache, made by the talented winemaker Katie Jones in the Midi. I loved her smooth, velvety, cherry and plum-packed 2019 … Jane MacQuitty

( The Times 10th Oct 2020 )

£13.50
MD191 MD191 Feteascǎ Regalǎ, Château Vartely 2019

Star buy: Quirky, exotically spiced, rose geranium, lychee and lime-layered Moldovan white. - Jane MacQuitty

( The Times 10th Oct 2020 )

£6.95
RH41211 RH41211 The Society's Exhibition Gigondas 2013

Snap up [this wine] with its warm, perfumed leather, white pepper and truffle spice. - Jane MacQuitty

( The Times 10th Oct 2020 )

£17.00
SP15301 SP15301 The Society's Exhibition Ribera del Duero 2016

My second mighty Spanish red this week comes from the world-famous region of Ribera del Duero.  This own-label wine is a terrific example of this densely powerful style and it is exceptionally fairly priced.  If you are new to this style, take advantage of this amazing, spicy, black-fruited wine today. - Matthew Jukes

( The Daily Mail 10th Oct 2020 )

£14.95
VE75131 VE75131 The Society’s Chambéry

… alpine flower-scented … Jane MacQuitty

( The Times 10th Oct 2020 )

£9.50
AA3061 AA3061 The Society's Blaufränkisch 2018

Blaufränkisch is the star grape of the Burgenland region is eastern Austria where the family producer Weingut Hans Igler is carrying on a tradition of realising the full potential of the variety. It has a charming flavour profile that reminds me a little of gamay in terms of the very smooth tannins. Its spicy cherry fruit has a sort of sweet/sour character that makes it the perfect match for eastern European food including pickled or fermented cabbage. So duck served with red cabbage sauerkraut is perfect. - Andy Cronshaw

( Manchester Evening News 9th Oct 2020 )

£9.95
FC39501 FC39501 Jurançon Geyser, Domaine Cauhapé 2019

I'm a big fan of the breezy, vibrant wines from south west France and this one is one of the ultimate expressions and at a very affordable price. Not a fashionable choice, but if you like Kiwi sauvignon blanc this may hit the same spot. It's a blend of grapes most people will never have heard of: gros manseng, petit manseng, camaralet, courbu and lauzet. While the nose carries a big grapefruit fragrance spiked with fennel seed, the palate really packs a punch with peach and more spice cut with citrussy acidity. There's plenty of food matches here, but The Wine Society's suggestion of fish pie is perhaps the most appealing. - Andy Cronshaw

( Manchester Evening News 9th Oct 2020 )

£13.95
IT29391 IT29391 Ribolla Gialla, Friuli, Puiatti 2019

This wonderful Italian white won’t hang about. Dive in quick for a uniquely characterful white wine of gorgeous purity, intensity and richness. 100% Ribolla –  think apricot meets grapefruit. - Olly Smith

( ollysmith.com 9th Oct 2020 )

£9.50
AA2901 AA2901 The Society's Grüner Veltliner 2019

This pale yellow trocken (dry) grüner veltliner is all about tinned pears, lemons and some sharp apple. The slightly tooth removing acidity is tempered with a slight honey flavour and a touch of ham – yes ham! You do occasionally find some meaty flavours in wine and this is one example. A good choice of wine to introduce at a tasting. - Paula Goddard

( Mature Times 5th Oct 2020 )

£8.50
SP15301 SP15301 The Society's Exhibition Ribera del Duero 2016

A top, and rare, example of excellent quality at affordable price in the region. Selected by The Wine Society from Bodegas Bohórquez, a winery making great aged wines at Pesquera. Textbook quality Ribera, with obvious ageing notes, ripe blackberry fruit, a spicy touch, round and abundant tannins, juicy mouthfeel, savoury and persistent finish. Gentle and savoury, a must with lamb. To drink now and in the next five years. - Pedro Ballesteros Torres MW

( decanter.com 5th Oct 2020 )

£14.95
CL221 CL221 The Society's Claret 2018

Is there anything more reassuring than the Wine Society claret? It's just sublime for the price with soft plummy fruit, smooth but evident tannins and a nice mellow finish. It's like a hug in a glass. - Gerard Richardson

( The Herald 3rd Oct 2020 )

£7.50
FC39501 FC39501 Jurançon Geyser, Domaine Cauhapé 2019

Jurançon is known for luscious sweet wines, but the dry (sec) wines are a bargain. This is all exotic spice, lime curd and peach. Ideal with food, but with enough precision to have as an aperitif. - Hamish Anderson

( The Daily Telegraph 3rd Oct 2020 )

£13.95
PW8081 PW8081 The Society's Exhibition Alvarinho, Vinho Verde 2019

I am a sucker for top-quality vinho verde, not least because I had to cancel our family holiday to Portugal this summer! So I’m making up for it by tracking down the very best ones for us all to quench our collective thirst - and this is one of the finest value around. - Matthew Jukes

( The Daily Mail 3rd Oct 2020 )

£8.95
RH49945 RH49945 5-Litre Box of Côtes-du-Rhône, Famille Jaume

Bumper-sized box of eminently gluggable, gutsy Côtes du Rhône. Perfect for large households. - Fiona Beckett

( The Guardian 3rd Oct 2020 )

£45.00
SP15701 SP15701 Pazo de Villarei Albariño, Rías Baixas 2019

This light wine makes a lovely, fruity introduction to Spain's famous north-west albariño grape and its charming, citrusy style. Bone dry, crisp and very moreish. - Matt Nixson

( Daily Express 3rd Oct 2020 )

£10.50
SA16061 SA16061 The Society's Chenin Blanc, Stellenbosch 2020

Winemaker Jeff Grier has produced a wine that is rich, fresh, well balanced with a long finish.  - David Clay

( Rotherham Advertiser 1st Oct 2020 )

£7.50
BU75681 BU75681 Jean-Marc Brocard, Vignobles Sainte Claire Chablis Vieilles Vignes 2019

… splendid, fresh but buttery … set to be a Christmas treat, I’ll warrant, down the line. - Susy Atkins

( Sunday Telegraph 27th Sep 2020 )

£18.00
CB5991 CB5991 Château La Grave de Bertin Réserve, Bordeaux 2018

... great-value, rich and robust ... - Susy Atkins

( Sunday Telegraph 27th Sep 2020 )

£7.95
CE10861 CE10861 Altamana Grande Reserve Maule Malbec 2018

The fruit of ancient, unirrigated vines is used here so the flavours – all black cherries and plums – are intense but the texture of this malbec is sleek and rounded and there’s a fresh finish. Great steak wine. - Susy Atkins

( Sunday Telegraph 27th Sep 2020 )

£11.50
GR1721 GR1721 Mitravelas Red on Black Agiorgitiko 2019

…cherry-packed, lamb-friendly ... - Susy Atkins

( Sunday Telegraph 27th Sep 2020 )

£7.95
IT29291 IT29291 Pecorino Abruzzo, Contesa 2019

A pear-scented delight, elegant dry and lemon-fresh from winemaker and pecorino pioneer Rocco Pasetti. The texture is little fuller than some pecorinos – match with a vegetable risotto or creamy pasta sauce. - Susy Atkins

( Sunday Telegraph 27th Sep 2020 )

£9.95
IT29951 IT29951 Aglianico del Vulture, Le Ralle 2017

… smooth, dried fig and bramble-flavoured … - Susy Atkins

( Sunday Telegraph 27th Sep 2020 )

£8.95
LO15881 LO15881 Muscadet Sèvre-et-Maine sur Lie, Château L'Oiselinière de la Ramée, Chéreau-Carré 2018

… apple-fresh, well-balanced … - Susy Atkins

( Sunday Telegraph 27th Sep 2020 )

£8.50
PW8081 PW8081 The Society's Exhibition Alvarinho, Vinho Verde 2019

… absolute bargain, easy-going and mulberryish … - Susy Atkins

( Sunday Telegraph 27th Sep 2020 )

£8.95
RH54291 RH54291 Côtes-du-Rhône, Domaine Jaume 2018

From their 200 acres in the southern Rhône, the brothers Pascal and Richard Jaume have blended grenache, syrah and mourvèdre to create autumn in a glass. Vivid violet in hue and great with food, it’s full of flavour, mellow and moreish. - Will Lyons

( The Sunday Times 27th Sep 2020 )

£8.50
SA13711 SA13711 Newton Johnson Family Vineyards Chardonnay, Upper Hemel en Aarde Valley 2017

… oaky but balanced … set to be a Christmas treat, I’ll warrant, down the line. - Susy Atkins

( The Sunday Times 27th Sep 2020 )

£21.00
SG1661 SG1661 The Society's Cava Reserva Brut NV

With its classic note of green apple peel, this taste distinctively cava-ish. Lively bubbles and crisp finish but it’s less lean and bone-dry than a lot of cava. Bottle-aged for 30 months – superb quality for the price. Made by the Sumarroca bodega. - Susy Atkins

( Sunday Telegraph 27th Sep 2020 )

£8.95
BU75521 BU75521 Domaine Mallory et Benjamin Talmard, Mâcon-Villages 2019

If you want a house white burgundy, go for the wine that is well-known to so much of the trade (and probably also to readers of this column) ... a joy, unoaked but with some lees ageing to bring subtle richness. - Victoria Moore

( The Daily Telegraph 26th Sep 2020 )

£10.95
CE10881 CE10881 The Society’s Chilean Cabernet Sauvignon, Maipo 2018

In a tasting of 20-plus wines from The Wine Society that included, among others, an excellent Brézème rouge, Barolo, Sonoma Coast Pinot Noir (the two latter in the Exhibition range) and Shaw & Smith Adelaide Hills Shiraz, I wasn't expecting to be bowled over by the £7.50 Chilean Cabernet Sauvignon. But I was. Yes, bowled over. I'm not remotely suggesting it's on a par with those other four other reds (variously priced between £16 and £26), but for sheer value this is very hard to beat, especially as you could cellar it for a couple of years.
The nose takes you straight into a core of deep, ripe, crunchy blackcurrant fruit, suffused with cedary spice, smoky chocolate oak and earthy minerals, and the palate supports it with pebble-smooth, firm tannins and a streak of herbal freshness. The excellent 2018 vintage has done its bit, but all credit to the Society's buyer for Chile, Toby Morrhall, and the giant Concha Y Toro who produced it, including ageing it in French oak barrels. All in all, an inviting, powerful wine with more intensity and class than we have a right to expect at this price. 
Now for food: perfect for braised lamb shanks, rich stews (meat or vegetarian), including with a bit of chilli, winter roasts, proper bolognese ragù, or aged hard cheese.  - Joanna Simon


( joannasimon.com 24th Sep 2020 )

£7.50
FC39501 FC39501 Jurançon Geyser, Domaine Cauhapé 2019

Jurançon is a small region in south west France in the foothills of the Pyrenees and produces both dry and sweet wines from a number of grape varieties, which are seldom found elsewhere.
This dry white wine is a blend of five different varieties including gross manseng, petit manseng and the very rare camaralet from one of the region’s best known producers.
It really is quite an exotic wine with aromas of grapefruit, peaches, herbs and honeysuckle.
The palate is beautifully textured with more exotic fruits and a touch of spice and a long, juicy finish.
This is a really delicious and different wine.
It makes a great aperitif, but would also work with some fresh seafood. - Alistair Gibson


( Portsmouth News 24th Sep 2020 )

£13.95
SA16061 SA16061 The Society's Chenin Blanc, Stellenbosch 2020

With mouthwatering acidity, this chenin blanc is overflowing with apple, bright citrus and ripe stone fruits and tastes beautifully fresh.
As Joanna Locke, MW, South African buyer for The Wine Society, puts it: “With the home market shut down for many weeks, and export orders delayed or, worse still, cancelled, South African producers have been hit harder than most this year.
“Villiera [family run winery] bent over backwards to get our chenin out to us, with only a slight delay, and the reward is a delicious first taste of the 2020 vintage.” - Sam Wylie Harris


( The Press Association 23rd Sep 2020 )

£7.50
NZ11571 NZ11571 Martinborough Vineyards Te Tera Martinborough Pinot Noir 2018

… stunning pinot noir … It teases with raspberry and white pepper spice. - Jane Clare

( Lancashire Evening Post 21st Sep 2020 )

£13.50
SP15641 SP15641 Parcelas Ecológico Monastrell, Yecla 2018

Best organic wines: 
Within the EU, Spain is said to have the largest area (100,000 hectares) dedicated to organic vineyards, making it a great place to start your organic education. If you’re a fan of wines from this part of the world, look out for the word ecológico on the bottle, which means organic in Spanish.
Showcasing this region's monastrell grape for what it can be – rich, deep, fruit-forward and earthy, there’s plenty of complexity to be found here, especially given the price tag. With a touch of oak ageing, we’d pair this with a hearty meat dish or even pepperoni pizza. - Stacey Smith

( The Independent 21st Sep 2020 )

£7.95
GR1701 GR1701 The Society's Greek White 2019

This blend of moschofilero and roditis from Leonidas Nassiakos in Semeli, Nemea, is pretty, bright and delicate, yet still has plenty of flavour. It has a citrus core with dried herbs and a touch of fennel, finishing with a pink grapefruit flourish. - Jamie Goode

( Sunday Express 20th Sep 2020 )

£8.95
LO15681 LO15681 Saumur Blanc ‘Les Plantagenêts' 2019

Taut citrus fruits dance on the palate as this Saumur, with its stony mineral undercurrent, displays refreshing acidity and spiciness on a lingering finish. - Jamie Goode

( Sunday Express 20th Sep 2020 )

£7.95
AA3061 AA3061 The Society's Blaufränkisch 2018

This late ripener [blaufränkisch] from Austria can really reflect its site, but it is often hard to find good value examples approachable in their youth. A brilliant new example is The Society's Blaufränkisch: juicy and charmingly approachable with generous red fruits, slighty spicy and incredible acidity. - Rose Murray Brown

( The Scotsman 19th Sep 2020 )

£9.95
AU22211 AU22211 The Society's Australian Chardonnay 2019

Blended by Wirra Wirra Vineyards in McLaren Vale, this Australian chardonnay is crisp and moreish without breaking the bank. Lightly oaked to give it a bit more texture, it's cheap and cheerful enough to start your chardonnay journey. - Matt Nixson

( Daily Express 19th Sep 2020 )

£7.50
GR1571 GR1571 Xinomavro Jeunes Vignes, Thymiopoulos 2018

Greece's top quality red grape originated from Naoussa in Greece's Macedonia - and today it is the sole grape allowed there - and also widely planted across central and western Macedonia. Its red fruits, savoury palate and brusque dry tannins appeal to nebbiolo lovers. [This wine] offer unbeatable value and an easy-going introduction to this grape. - Rose Murray Brown

( The Scotsman 19th Sep 2020 )

£10.95
SP15501 SP15501 Altolandon Bobal, Manchuela 2018

[Bobal is] one of Spain's most planted red grapes, which can often be rustic and inferior. Delighted to find the deep coloured spicy herby example from high altitude vineyards (1,100m) in Manchuela near Valencia. - Rose Murray Brown

( The Scotsman 19th Sep 2020 )

£8.95
SP15501 SP15501 Altolandon Bobal, Manchuela 2018

The Wine Society is famed for its low margins and this power-packed Spanish red would be north of a tenner if it featured elsewhere.  Made from Valencia’s most famous local grape bobal this is a spectacular treat, loaded with blueberry and plum notes and freshened with minty highlights! - Matthew Jukes

( Daily Mail 19th Sep 2020 )

£8.95
PN111 PN111 The Society's Exhibition Tawny Port, 10 Years Old

A lovely inviting nose of summer fruits and caramel leads into a silky palate with lashings of creamy vanilla, nuts and toffee on the palate. Seriously folks, life is too short to pass this one by. - Gerard Richardson

( Surrey Comet 17th Sep 2020 )

£17.00
IT28781 IT28781 The Society’s Verdicchio Classico 2019

Savoury lemon rind and brighter lemon aromas lead into concentrated grapefruit, apricot and lemon rind on the palate, with well-integrated mouth-watering acidity. A great option with fish or salad, The Wine Society was serving this to accompany sage butter and pea pasta during one of its online “cook along” sessions over the summer. - Peter Ranscombe

( Scottish Field 16th Sep 2020 )

£8.50
FC38231 FC38231 Minervois La Livinière Cuvée Cantilène, Château Sainte Eulalie 2017

The Château Sainte Eulalie estate lies in the Minervois appellation of the Aude region, near the Canal Du Midi, and [this] exceptional [wine] is a syrah-dominated blend, with grenache, carignan and cinsault also present, drawn from wines on sun soaked south-west facing slopes. It’s robust and complex, but clean and elegant on the palate, with big spicy brambly, herby flavours. - Terry Kirby

( The Independent 14th Sep 2020 )

£13.50

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