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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.
The brothers who jointly owned Chateau Lary have split this Bordeaux property, and Lary Tagot comes from one half of the vineyard. Ripe and satisfying, this is an impressive claret at this price level. Delicious now, it will develop further with a little time and provide a great deal of drinking pleasure.
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 marriage of two Rhône grape varieties from the Minervois-Saint-Chinian border is now a firm and deserving member favourite. Fresh, round and moreishly fruity white wine from the deep south of France.
2020 is a cracking vintage for this rich and generously fruity South African red with floral perfume enhanced by a sprinkling of spice.
Joyful, fruity and ever so easy to drink, it's no wonder this is one of our members' favourite Spanish reds.
Broadly flavoured, round and smooth white Rioja, with intense toasty vanilla flavours from oak ageing.
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.
Now with a new label design, this easy-drinking South African chenin comes from the perfect spot for old chenin vines. Stone-fruit flavours and smooth mouthfeel make it great with food or without.