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This popular Veneto red's juicy rich style is achieved by partial natural air-drying of the grapes (a mix of merlot and corvina) to add richness. There is moreish black cherry and leather on the nose, with more spice developing on the palate and finish.
A well-balanced and appealing claret with ripe but fresh fruit character and supple texture, from a reliable château and offered at a great price.
A lovely fruity chardonnay from outside Carcassonne in the south of France, where the slightly cooler climate allows the grapes to flourish. Pennautier is the outstanding estate in this area.
Full of deliciously ripe and brambly fruit, this Languedoc blend of grenache, carignan and a little merlot consistently hits the sweet spots for flavour, price and quality. No wonder this great-value southern French red has been a fixture in members’ wine racks for many years.
This aromatic, fresh, dry Italian white has notes of peach, honeysuckle and nectarine. The grillo is grown in coastal vineyards in Western Sicily, and here, has just a small addition of aromatic zibibbo that adds vibrancy.
Ripe, full and plump Chilean merlot with a hint of spice.
This good-value Chilean chardonnay combines ripe, tropical fruit flavours with a balanced, fresh palate.
This smooth, plump Rioja is a members' favourite, vintage after vintage. We love its combination of vanilla-infused flavour from high-quality oak and vibrant red-fruit notes.
Super consistent South African blend from the Percheron 'stable' with chenin blanc's ripe stone fruit topped up with a little aromatic viognier.
With lots of bright grapefruit and lemon zest aromas and a juicy palate, this extremely popular New Zealand white balances intensity with freshness beautifully.
Unoaked Loire chardonnay for simple pleasure, with subtle floral aromas, light and fresh on the palate.
The 2019 vintage of this delicious Rhône red is as full-bodied as its predecessor of 2018, lusciously fruity and ripe. What makes the difference is the feeling of fresh fruit on the palate, in part thanks to cool breezes coming off of the iconic Mont Ventoux.