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BW5871 BW5871 The Society's Exhibition Sauternes 2015

This wine is made by the well-known Dubourdieu family, who own the likes of Château Doisy-Daëne and Clos Floridène. It balances so well its full sweetness with a delightful freshness of acidity. Aromatically smoky, honeyed, marmalade flavours combine peachy perfume and barley sugar sweetness which come together to make a wine over which to put the world to rights. - Sally Easton

( France Magazine 29th Jul 2019 )

£20.00
BU63061 BU63061 François d'Allaines, Rully 'Tête de Cuvée' 2015

The village of Rully is located in the Côte Chalonnaise, south of Santenay and Bouzeron. Its whites are elegant and can take on an inviting nutty edge with age. The Tête de Cuvée from François d’Allaines is a sophisticated, lemony chardonnay with a crisp finish. - Will Lyons

( The Sunday Times 28th Jul 2019 )

£18.50
HU1401 HU1401 The Society's Hungarian White 2018

Light, fragrant and great value, this is a blend of three Hungarian grape varieties whose names are long, complicated and difficult to pronounce, so the name Hungarian White does just fine. Unoaked and dry in taste, it has crisp white peach and melon notes, a light dusting of spice and lime-shot finish. Try it as an aperitif or enjoy with chilli-baked sea bass. - Christine Austin

( Yorkshire Post 27th Jul 2019 )

£6.75
IT27291 IT27291 Cerasuolo d'Abruzzo, Contesa 2018

Deeply coloured, strawberry-scented Italian rosé. - Fiona Beckett

( The Guardian 27th Jul 2019 )

£8.25
SA13581 SA13581 The Society's Chenin Blanc, Stellenbosch 2018

My favourites from The Wine Society include many of its own-label Society wines such as The Society's Claret 2017 and [this] which hit the mark for both flavour and price. - Christine Austin

( Yorkshire Post 27th Jul 2019 )

£7.50
SG2261 SG2261 Hambledon Classic Cuvée NV

It's a bright and refreshing sparkler, with green apples and a welcome creaminess providing a counterpoint. - Hamish Anderson

( The Daily Telegraph 27th Jul 2019 )

£28.00
CL211 CL211 The Society's Claret 2017

My favourites from The Wine Society include many of its own-label Society wines such as [this] and Stellenbosch Chenin Blanc 2018 which hit the mark for both flavour and price. - Christine Austin

( Yorkshire Post 27th Jul 2019 )

£6.95
US8091 US8091 Bogle Vineyard Californian Chardonnay 2017

Archetypal Californian chardonnay with all the buttery, honeyed sweetness and oak you would expect, without being too overpowering. The Bogles converted to viticulture back in the 1960s and now have 1,500 acres of vineyards, mostly in Central Valley on the banks of the Sacramento River.  - Rose Murray Brown

( The Scotsman 27th Jul 2019 )

£12.50
SG2611 SG2611 The Society's Celebration Crémant de Loire 2015

This sparkling wine doesn't come from the champagne region, so it can't use the c-word, but by using similar grapes and production techniques, it certainly produces a comparable style. Made in the Loire Valley from chardonnay and pinot noir plus local varieties cabernet franc and chenin blanc, this is a simple but satisfying sparkler at an unbeatable price. - Richard Hemming

( France Magazine 26th Jul 2019 )

£12.95
SH1301 SH1301 Tio Pepe Fino 'En Rama' (2019 bottling)

Wines of the week: If you like bone-dry sherry of real class, you will love this. The tenth anniversary of Tio Pepe’s first En Rama Fino, namely a sherry that’s bottled unfiltered in the spring and designed to be drunk young and fresh, it’s gloriously elegant and sophisticated. Salty, savoury and thrillingly zesty, it’s sherry ‘in the raw’ and would kick-start even the most jaded of palates. It’s stunning! - Jonathan Ray

( The Spectator 26th Jul 2019 )

£14.95
SP14661 SP14661 The Society's White Rioja 2018

Wines of the week: A perfect summer wine this and corking good value to boot. Made by Bodega Classica in Rioja Alta overseen by The Wine Society’s head buyer, Pierre Mansour, it’s a blend of viura (mainly) and malvasia (a touch) and commendably approachable. Although fresh and easy-going, gentle oak-ageing of part of the blend has added texture and colour and the result is a wine of quite some style. - Jonathan Ray

( The Spectator 26th Jul 2019 )

£8.50
CH3391 CH3391 Champagne Castelnau Reserve Brut NV

... these brilliant bubbles offer a fine layer of richness, decent biscuity notes and an easy-drinking freshness at an approachable price. - Sam Wylie Harris

( The Press Association 26th Jul 2019 )

£29.50
HU1401 HU1401 The Society's Hungarian White 2018

You may find it easier to get your chops around this wine than deal with the pronunciation of the Hungarian varieties used to make it: kiralyleanyka, olaszrizling and harslevelu. This is the sort of wine at which the The Wine Society excels. My taste buds were immediately titivated by its novel aromas which are like boiled sweets flavoured with flowers. The palate feels pleasingly rustic with a herbal edge to the mix. One of the most unusual wines I've tasted all year and a great example of why Hungarian wines are on an upward trajectory. - Andy Cronshaw

( Manchester Evening News 26th Jul 2019 )

£6.75
SG2261 SG2261 Hambledon Classic Cuvée NV

Lively but still quite youthful with notable acidity still evident. - Tim Jackson

( JancisRobinson.com 25th Jul 2019 )

£28.00
IT27431 IT27431 Soave Classico Castel Cerino, Coffele 2018

Pale lemon-gold. Smoky and meaty, with subtle sage-like herbal notes and apple fruit. Spicy and smoky sage and apple palate with phenolic grip, a touch of salt and a medium-long finish. - Tim Jackson

( JancisRobinson.com 25th Jul 2019 )

£9.75
NZ10921 NZ10921 Te Mata Estate Vineyards Hawke's Bay Gamay Noir 2018

This is a red for hot days. Or balmy evenings, at least. Made from the gamay grape, it’s best known as the grape behind Beaujolais but here it is feeling quite at home in New Zealand’s Hawke’s Bay. Light and juicy with lots of red fruit flavours – redcurrant, raspberries – and properly fresh too. Not cheap but refreshingly different and beautifully made. Stick it in the fridge for half an hour before drinking to make the flavours really pop. - Helen McGinn

( Knackered Mothers Wine Club 25th Jul 2019 )

£13.50
EN1341 EN1341 Camel Valley Bacchus Cornwall 2018

Almost water-white. In the leafy and nutty style, with some fresh pea and green apple. Racy and lively palate, with enough apple fruit to balance the flintiness. This works as a whole. Good value. - Tim Jackson

( JancisRobinson.com 25th Jul 2019 )

£13.95
AA2671 AA2671 Bin #002 Zweigelt 2017

Burly reds do not work when temperatures climb and that is when lighter reds come into play – so enter, please, Austria’s prolific Zweigelt grape and the distinctive “summer friendly” reds it begets. Soft and light textured, [this wine] is an excellent example built around smooth loganberry and black cherry fruit and gentle acidity but also containing touches of nuttiness, dark chocolate and white pepper. - Brian Elliott

( midweekwines.co.uk 24th Jul 2019 )

£8.95
IT26661 IT26661 The Society's Sicilian Reserve Red 2015

Some of the wine world's best-value wines come from Sicily. [This} is a perennial favourite with members. A smooth, rich red with fragrant dark fruits. - Joe Fattorini

( Saga Magazine 23rd Jul 2019 )

£8.25
BE1911 BE1911 The Society's English Lager (3.8%, 330ml)

Made by Braybrooke Beer Co, which only makes lager, this is very balanced and delicious, with savoury, earthy, tangy and hoppy flavours and some attractive brightness. It's made in the same way as the clessic Czech pilsners. - Jamie Goode

( Sunday Express 21st Jul 2019 )

£2.25
EN1381 EN1381 The Society's English White 2018

Gloucestershire-summer-garden-in-a-glass white from Three Choirs and a medley of grapes. - Jane MacQuitty

( The Times 20th Jul 2019 )

£8.25
EN1391 EN1391 Three Choirs Payford Bridge Gloucestershire 2018

… fine, citrus and kiwi fruit, off-dry, ... easily worth £9.50 … Jane MacQuitty

( The Times 20th Jul 2019 )

£9.50
SH1301 SH1301 Tio Pepe Fino 'En Rama' (2019 bottling)

En rama sherry is bottled without filtration and – as long as you drink it reasonably fresh – has a glorious vitality. A real treat drunk chilled alongside salted almonds or crab pasta. - Victoria Moore

( The Daily Telegraph 20th Jul 2019 )

£14.95
BW6451 BW6451 Château de Ricaud, Bordeaux 2018

With the addition of semillon, this wine, from the right bank of the Garonne, gains complexity and character. The wine gets a richer, more opulent character yet is still riven by an almost saline minerality. This is perfect for cheeses or seafood with a slight sweetness such as scallops. - Andy Cronshaw

( Manchester Evening News 19th Jul 2019 )

£8.50
CL211 CL211 The Society's Claret 2017

Everything about this bottle appealed to the team’s taste — from its amethyst hue, to its unapologetically rich nose and body. A fruity, soft red with a peppery finish, this offering from The Wine Society is undeniably rustic in both style and texture. Whilst some of the team had their reservations about the sharpness of this wine, at £6.95 a bottle we are seriously impressed. - Anna Galbraith

( The Gentleman's Journal 19th Jul 2019 )

£6.95
BK111 BK111 Kadarka, Maurer 2017

Supple, fresh, pale and light-bodied Serbian red. This is a real discovery! If you have yet to taste a Serbian wine, now's your chance. This elegant kadarka - a widely planted, late-ripening grape across the border in Hungary's Eger region, where it is used in the red blend for 'Bull's Blood' - is definitely worth paying extra for. It's resonant, fine, energetic and light; and I love its compelling floral/lightly spicy scent, tongue-tingling summer pudding oomph, pinot noir-like gentle tannins and cherry acidity. The lowish alcohol is a bonus. Another offbeat buying triumph, take a bow Freddy 'Bullseye' Bulmer! Lightly chill and drink in gulps. Especially good with sarma. - James Viner

( Times of Tunbridge Wells 17th Jul 2019 )

£14.50
EN1341 EN1341 Camel Valley Bacchus Cornwall 2018

The South of England is ideal for the bacchus grape. This has lime, peach, pear and elderflower. - David Clay

( Rotherham Advertiser 16th Jul 2019 )

£13.95
AA2671 AA2671 Bin #002 Zweigelt 2017

The second in The Wine Society’s new Bin Series is an Austrian red made from Zweigelt by Familie Mantler in the Weinviertel region, who do everything themselves, from looking after their 12ha of vineyards to ageing the wine in old acacia casks to delivering it to local restaurants. As for the wine, it could hardly be a better summer red because it’s best served cool or lightly chilled to emphasise its juicy brightness and smoothness. It’s hard to imagine how you could get more crunchy raspberry, blackberry and spice in a glass, or how they could jostle more companionably with the savoury pinch of smokiness and black pepper. It’s 13.5% and has 4g/l residual sugar (one of the reasons it’s best served properly cool) and it’s a good partner for sweeter meats like pork and lamb, for aubergine dishes and caramelised vegetables including leeks and veg with some bitterness such as chicory. Apart from being the last grape in every alphabetical list, Zweigelt is Austria’s most planted red variety and is a crossing of Blaufränkisch and Saint Laurent, two other important red grapes in Austria. The buyer at The Wine Society who discovered this wine is Freddy Bulmer. And it’s available now – but when it’s gone it’s gone. Bin #001, a Spanish Bobal, lasted barely 10 days - Joanna Simon

( joannasimon.com 15th Jul 2019 )

£8.95
BU63131 BU63131 Olivier Leflaive, Bourgogne Oncle Vincent 2015

... the commune of Puligny-Montrachet is one of the legendary names and Olivier Leflaive has made [this wine] in homage to the founder of the family Domaine, which is a P-M in all but name. Made with old chardonnay vines planted in adjacent vineyards and barrel fermented and aged to deliver greater complexity, it’s rich, buttery, layered, textured, with a mineral spine and floral aromas; perfect with pork and chicken, as well as richer fish dishes. - Terry Kirby

( The Independent 14th Jul 2019 )

£20.00
NZ10961 NZ10961 Kumeu River Sauvignon Blanc 2018

Kumeu River enjoys a global following for its fine chardonnay. Its latest project is a sauvignon blanc from Hawke’s Bay ... It’s superb: bone-dry, crisp and elegant, with perfectly pitched lime acidity. - Will Lyons

( The Sunday Times 14th Jul 2019 )

£11.95
SG2261 SG2261 Hambledon Classic Cuvée NV

… one of England’s great sparkling wines, which is gently biscuity and full of orchard fruit flavour. - Will Lyons

( The Sunday Times 14th Jul 2019 )

£28.00
SG321 SG321 Crémant d’Alsace Cuvée Julien Dopff au Moulin NV

Crémant – alongside fantastic rieslings and pinot noirs – is a speciality of tucked away Alsace, in the northeast of France and produces lovely wines such as [this], made from pinot blanc and the local auxerrois grape and given a little complexity from lees aging. It’s also perfectly priced between cheapo prosecco and the cheaper champagnes. A great all-purpose summer sparkler. - Terry Kirby

( The Independent 14th Jul 2019 )

£13.50
SG2721 SG2721 Camel Valley Pinot Noir Rosé Brut 2016

This wine hails from Cornwall and showcases pinot noir, (the most widely planted grape in the UK). Think strawberries and cream and blackberries. Intensely fruity with red berries and spice, the end is dry. - Carol Brown

( Press & Journal 13th Jul 2019 )

£29.00
SG2261 SG2261 Hambledon Classic Cuvée NV

Hambledon is the oldest commercial vineyard in England established in 1952. Their Classic Cuvée is a blend of chardonnay, pinot noir and pinot meunier grown on chalk soils. Delicate white flowers, ripe apple and stone fruit all lifted by a vibrant acidity and creamy edge. - Carol Brown

( Press & Journal 13th Jul 2019 )

£28.00
FC36431 FC36431 Picpoul de Pinet, Domaine Félines-Jourdan 2018

… delicious, rich, nutty, yet saline … Jane MacQuitty

( The Times 13th Jul 2019 )

£8.50
HU1401 HU1401 The Society's Hungarian White 2018

What a pretty little good value wine it is. Made for The Wine Society in the Eger region of Hungary from local indigenous grapes, this is really fresh with floral and herb notes, followed by a crisp palate and lovely bright finish. Simple dry white wine for sipping in the garden on a summer's evening. - Alistair Gibson

( Portsmouth News 13th Jul 2019 )

£6.75
EN1391 EN1391 Three Choirs Payford Bridge Gloucestershire 2018

Bacchus works well in [this] blend where it joins reichensteiner to give a herbaceous, floral and citrus-scented crisp dry white with grapefruit and pineapple notes and textured finish. - Carol Brown

( Press & Journal 13th Jul 2019 )

£9.50
EN1291 EN1291 Albourne Estate Bacchus, Sussex 2017

… a cracking example [of bacchus]. Fragrant with punchy citrus, grapefruit and peach hits, it's dry and zesty with a lemon and lime sherbet zing, and mineral edge and a long finish. - Carol Brown

( Press & Journal 13th Jul 2019 )

£12.95
EN1311 EN1311 Stopham Estate Sussex Pinot Blanc 2017

… really expressive-dry with a balance of acidity and minerality and notes of citrus, melon, apples and pears. - Carol Brown

( Press & Journal 13th Jul 2019 )

£14.50
AA2671 AA2671 Bin #002 Zweigelt 2017

… a really gorgeous, cherry-like Austrian red with a touch of astringency and spice and is highly recommended. - Victoria Moore

( The Daily Telegraph 13th Jul 2019 )

£8.95
IT27191 IT27191 Valpolicella, Allegrini 2018

... freshness is the essence of this red. My tasting note read: ‘Deliciously shiny-red, pure, unaffected red fruit – mouth-watering freshness. This is kicking cancans in the mouth it's so full of energy and vibrant clarity. Tannins as light and graceful as willow sticks. Scrumptious wine. This is what simple Valpolicella should be all about.’ The signature high acidity and relatively low tannins of Corvina, neatly balanced by its tart cherry fruit, makes it ideal for quick everyday meals, especially those with a touch of sharpness from citrus, tomatoes, herbs or vinegar. Think pasta in tomato and basil sauce, warm potatoes tossed with olive oil and salsa verde, chicken baked with capers and lemon, salumi and rocket sandwich, a cold roast-vegetable salad. - Tamlyn Currin

( JancisRobinson.com 12th Jul 2019 )

£11.50
IT27192 IT27192 Half bottle of Valpolicella Allegrini 2018

... freshness is the essence of this red. My tasting note read: ‘Deliciously shiny-red, pure, unaffected red fruit – mouth-watering freshness. This is kicking cancans in the mouth it's so full of energy and vibrant clarity. Tannins as light and graceful as willow sticks. Scrumptious wine. This is what simple Valpolicella should be all about.’ The signature high acidity and relatively low tannins of Corvina, neatly balanced by its tart cherry fruit, makes it ideal for quick everyday meals, especially those with a touch of sharpness from citrus, tomatoes, herbs or vinegar. Think pasta in tomato and basil sauce, warm potatoes tossed with olive oil and salsa verde, chicken baked with capers and lemon, salumi and rocket sandwich, a cold roast-vegetable salad. - Tamlyn Currin

( JancisRobinson.com 12th Jul 2019 )

£6.95
LO14451 LO14451 Pouilly-Fumé, Domaine Seguin 2017

I like the effect [Greenfields Grace's Goat's Cheese] it has on Pouilly-Fumé, using one of my favourites from The Wine Society, Domain Seguin to demonstrate how a restrained French white, with as much herbal quality as fruit, will suddenly burst into life with delicious citrus fruit when paired with this cheese. - Colin Burbidge 

( Lancashire Evening Post 8th Jul 2019 )

£14.50
SG2501 SG2501 Ridgeview Blanc de Blancs Brut 2014

Ace it like Konta: Among the world's best, this English fizz is worth splashing out. - Olly Smith

( The Mail on Sunday 7th Jul 2019 )

£52.00
SG2721 SG2721 Camel Valley Pinot Noir Rosé Brut 2016

Fizz like Murray: I buy it, I love it. Cornish pink fizz knocking spots off the competition. - Olly Smith

( The Mail on Sunday 7th Jul 2019 )

£29.00
EN1401 EN1401 Three Choirs Silver Jubilee Gloucestershire 2018

Wine of the week: Grown in Gloucestershire yet tastes tropical. A fruity-zingy rally perpetually drawn at deuce. - Olly Smith

( The Mail on Sunday 7th Jul 2019 )

£8.50
CH761 CH761 Champagne Marc Hébrart Premier Cru Cuvée de Réserve Brut NV

Popular with tasters for its very approachable style with rich, red fruit undertones - this is Jean-Paul Hébrart 's entry level fizz. - Rose Murray Brown

( The Scotsman 6th Jul 2019 )

£29.00
IT26651 IT26651 Alpha Zeta Rosato Veronese 2018

With bright, tangy, pomegranate fruit, this pale, rose-pink jewel is the bottle to serve at a summer buffet party as it can cope with spicy and not so spicy foods. - Jane MacQuitty

( The Times 6th Jul 2019 )

£6.50
AU21711 AU21711 Foundstone Australian Merlot 2018

Sunny-side-up Aussie reds make great summer swigs, as their natural fruit sweetness and power make them the perfect partner with everything from barbecued meats to a lunchtime ploughman’s. Lap up this rare, single-varietal merlot, with oodles of rich, velvety, gamey, beefy fruit. - Jane MacQuitty

( The Times 6th Jul 2019 )

£6.95
FC36601 FC36601 Côtes de Provence Rosé L'Echappé Belle, Mas de Cadenet 2018

… made from the cinsault grape, a very pure and direct hit of fruit and a backbone of spice ...a very helpful screw-top. And it certainly demonstrates that fancy bottles and celebrity associations are not always needed to produce excellent wines. - Terry Kirby

( independent.co.uk 6th Jul 2019 )

£10.50
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