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Case of 12
Whether Sicilian red, refreshing Vinho Verde, traditional-style Rioja or pitch-perfect pinot grigio, each of these dozen wines has earned its place thanks to its deserved and enduring popularity with our savvy members. For crowd-pleasing flavour combined with cut-above quality, look no further.
Price: £94.00 Case of 12
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Code: XC2122

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The Society's California Old-Vine Zinfandel 2019

A classic California zinfandel, with cherry cola on the nose, fresh strawberry and tart red cherries coming through on the full soft palate and a hint of vanilla on the finish. An International Wine Challenge bronze medal winner 2021.

USA £8.25 per bottle

The Society's Montepulciano d'Abruzzo 2020

This much-loved Montepulciano's ripe cherry and strawberry perfume leaps out of the glass, while the palate has a pure fruit richness and refreshing finish. A great modern version of a traditional central Italian red that's food-friendly and very tasty.

Italy £7.50 per bottle

The Society's Pinot Grigio 2020

This elegant Italian pinot grigio really hits the spot. Made exclusively for us, we ensure that it has precision, balance and charm. With lemon and honeysuckle perfume, and granny smith apple notes on the palate this is a refreshing pinot grigio to enjoy by itself or a bowl of carbonara. An International Wine Challenge bronze medal winner in 2021.

Italy £8.25 per bottle

The Society's Rioja Crianza 2017

A smooth, fleshy and oaky Rioja, made in the traditional style from tempranillo aged in American oak. One of our most popular reds, and for good reason.

Spain £7.95 per bottle

The Society's Sicilian Reserve Red 2017

Smooth, generous and fragrant red from Sicily's nero d'Avola grape. This Italian red has been extremely popular since we introduced it, because it hits the spot and is great value. An International Wine Challenge and Decanter World Wine Awards bronze medal winner in 2021.

Italy £8.50 per bottle

The Society's Vinho Verde 2020

This is a classic example of this light and easy-drinking style from northern Portugal, with delicate spritz and bright, fresh palate.

Portugal £6.75 per bottle

The Society's White Burgundy 2020

Ripe and round yet with a broad, appley palate and fresh finish. For good reason this white Burgundy is consistently our bestselling wine. Its ongoing quality reflects the deep involvement in its selection by successive buyers and the skill of our ‘man on the ground’, Jean-Marc Darbon, who excels in sourcing the right blending options for us to work with.

France £9.95 per bottle

The Society's Chenin Blanc, Stellenbosch 2021

Made for us by the Grier family at Villiera Estate from their own sustainably farmed old bush vines - some over 30 years old - which add a richer dimension to the bright stone-fruit flavour of this South African white.

South Africa £7.75 per bottle

The Society's Muscadet Sèvre-et-Maine sur Lie 2019

Ripe and refreshing Muscadet from Chéreau-Carré in the western Loire valley, this is the ideal accompaniment to shellfish, delicious on its own, but good too with chicken, charcuterie and much more.

France

The Society's Picpoul de Pinet 2020

Picpoul de Pinet, now a cru of the Languedoc in the south of France, produces a clean, full-flavoured white and is a perfect partner for seafood. This comes from Condamine l'Evêque, the estate owned by Guy Bascou, leading light in the appellation.

France £8.75 per bottle

The Society's Portuguese Red, Península de Setúbal 2020

Finding such easy-drinking pleasure at this price can be a tricky business for a wine buyer, but when our team tasted the second vintage of this generous, fruit-filled Society wine blind during our Wine Champions sessions, we knew it had the x-factor. A bargain.

Portugal £5.95 per bottle

The Society's Claret 2020

Merlot-based fruity and unoaked claret supplied for over a quarter of a century by family-owned Maison Sichel. Deliciously ripe and appealing in the 2020 vintage.

France £6.95 per bottle

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