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Wine Champions 2020
Wine Champions 2020
Wine Champions 2020

Every wine in this selection, whatever the style or price, is special. Picked out by our expert buyers from a huge tasting of its peers, all without sight of the labels, a Wine Champion represents the best of our best to choose with confidence and enjoy now.

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Fine Chardonnay From Around the World

Fine Chardonnay From Around the World

From classic white Burgundy to further-flung finds from across the winemaking world, this selection of smart chardonnays goes some way to highlight the incredible range of styles and flavours this celebrated grape is capable of. Whether you're looking for a new favourite or wanting to stock up on something special you know and love, you'll find something to tempt you here.

The Perfect 10: 2010s From Our Cellars

The Perfect 10: 2010s From Our Cellars

From our earliest tastings nearly a decade ago, the quality of the 2010 vintage shone across a wide range of regions and styles, from trusty French favourites to Down Under and beyond. Thanks to our unique not-for-profit business model, which allows us to invest in stocks of wines to keep until ready for drinking, our buyers have been able to squirrel these wines away in our cellars until ready to enjoy.

France 2018: A Magic Wand from Mother Nature

France 2018: A Magic Wand from Mother Nature

It's rare that a harvest is so successful across so much of Europe, but in 2018 Mother Nature really did seem to wave a magic wand. France's wines are superb, practically from top to bottom, with an irresistibly generous style and bargains aplenty to be found. This selection includes some of our – and, most importantly, our members' – favourites, and we invite you to explore with confidence.

Rosés to Bank on

Rosés to Bank on

With a hot Bank Holiday weekend coming into view, we've scoured our stocks of rosés from the excellent 2019 vintage to keep you happily hydrated. Refreshing and refined but also generously flavoured and spot-hittingly fruity, the new season's pinks are a great success, capable of standing up to patio or balcony feasts as well as slipping down a treat on their own during the long weekend and beyond.

Off the Beaten Track

Off the Beaten Track

Why stick with the same when there is so much to explore? Thanks to members' enthusiasm for less-explored regions and rare grapes, our buyers can continue straying off the beaten path to find the best-value bottles from further-flung regions and unusual grapes; some of the underdogs of the wine world. Here are a few of our current favourites to try.

Find Your New Favourite Grape

Find Your New Favourite Grape

While sauvignon blanc, chardonnay, cabernet sauvignon and merlot and the like have earned their place for a reason, they're just four of over 10,000 varieties in existence. Finding a new grape variety that tempts the tastebuds is one of wine's greatest pleasures, so we set our sights on putting a selection together to help you do just that. Come and explore.

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Champagne Bollinger La Grande Année 2012

Champagne Bollinger La Grande Année 2012

Vintages are only 'declared' in great Champagne harvests, and 2012 has been acknowledged widely as just such a year. It is an exceptional vintage and the wines' combination of great concentration and bright acidity make them perfect for the cellar.

Bollinger's 2012 La Grande Année is a fantastic example, both of this great year and the house style of this world-renowned address. Don't miss the chance to buy it.

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Variety. It's what makes the world of wine so joyful to explore. But we also know that faced with so many deliciously different grapes and styles to try it can be difficult to know where to dive in. Our easy-to-use Wine Selector tool can help you choose.


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