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Capable of outshining many a cru, this comes from an unsung hero high up in the northern hills near Juliénas. The cool spot makes an intense, deeply coloured, refreshing style of Beaujolais and the 2019 is a joy.
Produced in north-western Italy, this cortese (the grape also used for Gavi) is a light-bodied fresh lemon-scented, pear drop crisp dry white, perfect by the glass while cooking pasta.
The ‘duo' in question is cinsault and Grenache, both stalwarts of the Languedoc. This is a very pale rosé and such an easy charmer to be enjoyed on its own or with a salad.
This consistently brilliant, charming Spanish red is one of our most popular wines. It has the lovely red fruit flavour that is typical of the tempranillo grape with much more body and richness than the modest price suggests.
This is a great favourite at The Wine Society. Made by family producer Hunter's, this New Zealand sauvignon always has great elegance as well as aromatic power. Bright and citrusy on the nose, it's dry, crisp and refreshing, and has that unmistakable gooseberry flavour that Kiwi sauvignon lovers tell us they adore!