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Autumn savings mixed dozen
The lightest of chenins ideal for summer drinking, and this one happens to be organic and vegan-friendly to boot!
Delicately fragrant, smartly dressed blend from long-term supplier Quinta de Azevedo, combining the region's two best grapes, with little or no Vinho Verde spritz.
Dark purple in colour, with a rich, full, inky style packed with violets, blackberry and bramble fruits and well balanced vanilla oak. Bold and full-bodied this is a well balanced California red.
A generous and velvety Bordeaux red made by the highly regarded Jean-Michel Baudet. Two-thirds merlot with the balance cabernet sauvignon and a splash of malbec for added richness.
Complex, fun New Zealand sauvignon blanc bursting with all the exuberant fruit flavours that you would expect, and with an underlying depth. The nose shows peachy fruit and lemon zest, with an attractive salinity. The palate is crisp, fresh and textural, having seen a brief stint in oak. There is more to this Marlborough gem than meets the eye!
Nero d'Avola retains great freshness despite the long Sicilian summer days. This juicy red has a soft, full mouthfeel with cherry and plum flavours.
Rocco was one of the very first to champion the excellent local white grape pecorino, and his many years of experience growing it help him make it extremely well. It has gained a considerable and deserved following at The Society, and the 2020 is delicious: lemon rind and crushed rocks on the nose, with bright crisp acidity on the palate, orchard-fruit flavours and a dry refreshing finish.
Juicy and succulent Rhône variety made from bushvine vineyards planted in the 1950 and 1960s in the green Itata valley of Chile.
A cancelled airline order is our gain in this cracking Portuguese red from a smart address, with the fragrance of the Douro's traditional grapes (floral touriga nacional leading the charge), balanced by plenty of fruit and supple tannins.
A lovely fruity introduction to the fresh, aromatic quality of Spain's now famous north-west grape, albariño, a wine that is famously wonderful with seafood.
A crisp and delicately fragrant Portuguese white with the freshness that comes from high altitude vineyards, here traditional local grape varieties which make a versatile match for salads, shellfish, seafood and poultry.