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A standout red from this year's Blind Spot tranche. This is a light, bright and delicate yet irresistibly juicy Australian take on two Italian grapes. The nose is packed with cherry, cracked pepper and liquorice, while the palate is vibrant, light and pleasurable, with bramble, redcurrant and cherry flavours. Refreshing.
Lovely plush and aromatic cabernet with black fruits and violet aromas. The palate is medium-bodied with wonderful balance, generous liquorice notes, violets and cassis. A long and impressive Australian cabernet which has all the typical components working in harmony.
Cococciola is a rare and ancient Abruzzese grape variety that holds good acidity and, when yields are controlled, can make really characterful wine. This example is very distinctive, with a typically Italian bitter citrus-peel tang, while blood orange and apricot develop on this mouthwatering, dry and crisp white.
From Dourthe, pioneers of modern Bordeaux sauvignon, comes this fresh white showing aromatic complexity and a charming, fruity palate.
A charming refreshing white from Sicily with passionfruit and lime flavours, this has a lightness of touch but plenty of character and makes perfect summer sipping.
Crete's native vidiano grape is known for its broad stone-fruit and melon flavours and ample weight on the palate. After spending 12 months on the lees this has developed spicy, smoky and white pepper complexity alongside rich apricot and tangerine notes. This Greek island white has been made available to us at an unbeatable price that makes it even more tempting.
Irresistibly aromatic, mouthwatering sauvignon blanc which invites you to take a sip with its immediate charm. Peaches, limes and juicy mango fruit on the nose lead to a crisp fresh palate, with impressive focus and remarkable complexity for the price.
This top-value Hungarian red is more generous and fuller in flavour than in previous vintages, due to the hot conditions during the 2018 growing period. Don't expect Gevrey-Chambertin but do expect lashings of juicy red berry and bramble aromas and an effortlessly approachable glass of wine.
Rich, perfumed and classy mandilari from the Plakoura vineyard, a 'premier cru' slope located at 500m in central Crete. Low yields provide intense cherry and blackberry flavours, whilst 12 months in a combination of new and reused American and French oak provide cedar spice, mocha and vanilla notes. 11% of the grapes were dried in the sun for three days to give greater concentration and complexity. Decant before enjoying.
A fresh and generous Hungarian white blend from the region of Eger. This is fragrant with aromas of lemon-pith and nectarine with a full yet refreshing and mineral palate. Those who enjoyed The Society's Hungarian White should love this levelled up version of Egri Csillag.
Vibrant in colour, with crunchy red-fruit flavour and a touch of pepper, this inexpensive red really over-delivers on flavour. It comes from old monastrell vines in Jumilla, a small region near Alicante on the Mediterranean coast of Spain, a hotbed for delicious affordable red where there is plenty of sunshine to go round.
Pale and dry pink from the island of Corsica which has become a major source of good-quality pinks. Made from cinsault and the local sciaccarellu grape, this is very clean, light and refreshing with hints of strawberry and redcurrant.