Only keep wines you love
with our Society's Promise
Free delivery on
12 bottles or orders over £75
Join today and order for Christmas delivery
A lifetime of good wine is just a few clicks away!
We always try to put something really special in front of our discerning members in our Christmas Fine Wine List. This year especially we felt that we should leave no bottle unturned in our cellars to make sure we had a selection to bring as much festive cheer as we could possibly muster.
It's our hope that you'll find just that in these lovingly assembled selections. The most traditional of tastes and the most special of occasions are well catered for, as are further-flung corners that revel
in one of our Society's founding purposes to find wines 'hitherto unknown', via unusual grapes and under-the-radar regions. Whatever your tastes, we hope that you'll enjoy choosing some wines to help end 2020 on a high.
Some of the most exciting festive bottles in our range can be found here at conspicuously good prices.
Revisiting a great year with the benefit of some
age, including a special focus on the world-renowned wines of Guigal.
Mac Forbes' wines are intricate and complex, capturing the terroir of his superb sites in Yarra Valley, near Melbourne.
An archive selection including three vintages each of two of the Southern Hemisphere's greatest wines: Diana Madeline and Kevin John.
Vieux Télégraphe makes one of the best Châteauneuf-du-Pape whites in a classic style. All three of these vintages are drinking well now.
From heavenly halves to special-occasion sized
collections from Nyetimber and Thymiopoulos.
All you could need for sweetening and fortifying your Christmas celebrations.
Six different vintages, four top properties: a
mouthwatering showpiece of the great sweet wine of Bordeaux.
Sylvain Pataille and Jean-Marc Vincent are both delivering excellent value for money wines from low yields and high-quality viticulture.
Buyer Marcel Orford-Williams gathers six stars of the south, representing some of the delicious diversity in this vast region.
A mixed case to make a riesling drinker's
Christmas, courtesy of one of Germany's very best growers.
These wines make an excellent introduction to the Vintage Port style; and they
can be perfect for those waiting impatiently for their grander cousins
to mature. Win, win!
Bordeaux buyer Tim Sykes brings to the
Christmas table a selection of clarets that have shone in his recent tastings.
A treat for lovers of old-fashioned mature
claret, from an ancient property whose vines neighbour grandees such as Latour and Mouton.
Three vintages of Dopff's majestic gewurztraminer from Alsace's grand cru Brand vineyard.
A warming selection of top-quality spirits to
chase away the chills, selected by buyer Sarah Knowles MW.
Toast the season in 2020 via two of the best recent seasons for vintage Champagne, plus aged wines and more.
Our former chief wine buyer, Sebastian Payne MW, picks wines from six producers for your enjoyment.
We go wild in the aisles to find some of the
best bottles in our cellars, from Châteauneuf to California.
A showstopping collection featuring some of
the most sought-after wines in our keeping stocks.
Step this way for unusual grapes, wild blends,
forgotten vineyards and overlooked regions.
A style-spanning podium of wines that scooped
the maximum rating from the 2020 edition of Cape 'wine Bible', Platter's.
Download the PDF for this offer >
Sign up for a carefully-curated selection of recipes, guides, in-depth expertise and much more.
By using The Wine Society website, you agree to cookies being used in accordance with the policy outlined below. If you do not agree to this, you must alter your browser settings to turn off cookies or block those types which are unacceptable to you or cease using the website.
You may alter your browser settings to turn off cookies or block those types which are unacceptable to you, but this will cause difficulties when accessing and using some areas of the site. Instructions on how to do this can also be found below.
4.4.1. What are 'Cookies'?
4.4.2. How do Cookies help The Wine Society?
Cookies allow our website to function effectively. Cookies also help us to arrange content to match your preferred interests more quickly. We can learn what information is important to our visitors, and what isn't.
The Wine Society does not accept advertising from third parties and therefore, as a rule, does not serve third-party cookies. Exceptions to this include performance/analytical cookies (see below), used anonymously to improve the way our website works, the provision of personalised recommendations, and occasions when we may team up with suppliers to offer special discounts on goods or services.
The Society uses technology to track the patterns of behaviour of visitors to our site.
4.4.4. What type of cookies does The Wine Society use?
We use the following three types of cookies:
126.96.36.199. Strictly Necessary CookiesThese cookies are required for the operation of our website, enabling you to move around the website and use its features, such as accessing secure areas of the website. Without these cookies, services like shopping baskets or e-billing cannot be provided. Under this heading, we currently use the following cookies:
188.8.131.52. Functionality & Targeting/Tracking CookiesThese cookies are used to recognise you when you return to our website and to provide enhanced features. This allows us to personalise our content for you. Under this heading, we currently use the following cookies:
184.108.40.206. Performance/analytical cookiesThese cookies collect information about how visitors use a website, for instance which pages visitors go to most often, and if they get error messages from web pages. These cookies don't collect information which identifies a visitor. All information these cookies collect is aggregated and therefore anonymous. It is only used to improve how a website works. Under this heading, we currently use the following cookies:
220.127.116.11. Authentication CookieIn order for us to ensure that your data remains secure it is necessary for us to verify that your session is authentic (i.e. it has not been compromised by a malicious user). We do this by storing an otherwise meaningless unique ID in a cookie for the duration of your visit. No personal information can be gained from this cookie.
4.4.5. How do you turn cookies off?
All modern browsers allow you to modify your cookie settings so that all cookies, or those types which are not acceptable to you, are blocked. However, please note that this may affect the successful functioning of the site, particularly if you block all cookies, including essential cookies. For example, In Internet Explorer, go to the Tools Menu, then go to Internet Options, then go to Privacy. Here you can change the rules your browser uses to accept cookies. You can find out more in the public sources mentioned below.
4.4.6. Learn more about cookies