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The Society’s Argentine Malbec 2020
2020 was a warm year producing a full and soft malbec. 8% cabernet sauvignon lends some backbone. Ideal with an Argentine speciality, barbecued steak.
The Society's Australian Shiraz 2019
Bold, generous and full-bodied Australian shiraz, which is bursting with flavours of black cherry, blueberry and blackberries. Made especially for us by multi-award-winning winemaker Paul Hotker of Bleasdale Vineyards.
The Society’s Beaujolais-Villages 2020
A 2021 Wine Champion. As buyer Matthew Horsley put it, ‘the standard of Beaujolais this year was amazing’, and this exciting taste of the 2020 vintage showed why it’s a great opportunity to get acquainted or reacquainted with the wines. After two fuller-bodied vintages, the freshness of this well-balanced, cherry-fruited favourite certainly perked up the tastebuds.
The Society's California Old-Vine Zinfandel 2019
A classic California zinfandel, with cherry cola on the nose, fresh strawberry and tart red cherries coming through on the full soft palate and a hint of vanilla on the finish. An International Wine Challenge bronze medal winner 2021.
The Society's Chilean Carmenère Rapel Valley 2020
Soft and generously fruity carmenère from the Rapel Valley in Chile. Lush, succulent and enveloping. Made for us by Concha y Toro's superb winemakers Ignacio Recabarren and Lorena Mora.
The Society's French Pinot Noir 2020
A pinot from the Languedoc to delight the senses: fresh, round and fruity with a hint of cherry and plenty of charm. Best drunk a little cool.
The Society's Blaufränkisch 2019
Our own-label blaufränkisch from Austria is a wine of very fresh acidity and light body, redcurrant fruit and a hint of tangy fresh blackberries.
The Society's Cabernet Sauvignon-Cinsaut Cape Heritage Blend, Coastal 2018
Made for us again by the Boekenhoutskloof team, from oak-matured Stellenbosch cabernet sauvignon refreshed by a little Swartland cinsaut, this recalls a traditional Cape style but is made in a more forward style, with juicy berry fruit. A Decanter World Wine Awards bronze medal winner 2021 and commended at the International Wine Challenge in 2021.
The Society's French Syrah 2020
This is a northern Rhône syrah, with elements from both banks including an element from Brézème, a micro-region a few miles to the south of Crozes-Hermitage. Plenty of colour and rich, spicy fruit, in this ripe vintage.
The Society's Portuguese Red, Península de Setúbal 2020
Finding such easy-drinking pleasure at this price can be a tricky business for a wine buyer, but when our team tasted the second vintage of this generous, fruit-filled Society wine blind during our Wine Champions sessions, we knew it had the x-factor. A bargain.
The Society's Southern Spanish Red, Jumilla 2020
‘Fantastic’, ‘amazing’, ‘welcoming’ – this blackberry-scented deeply coloured red made from monastrell (aka mourvèdre) wowed our buyers at our 2022 Wine Champions blind tastings, who loved its generosity of fruit and hint of spice.
The Society's Claret 2020
This friendly and fresh-tasting claret is one of The Wine Society's most consistently popular wines. Supplied for over a quarter of a century by the family-owned Maison Sichel, the bespoke blend varies from vintage to vintage, but merlot takes the lead role, and the wine is made without any oak to avoid masking its bright red and black-fruit flavours. This is made to be drunk on its own or with a wide variety of dishes. The stylish new label features three Greek muses, inspired by those that adorn one of the city’s great landmarks, the Grand Théâtre de Bordeaux opera house. Please note: We've taken the step to remove the capsule (the covering on the top of the bottle) from this wine, as part of our sustainability strategy. This will have no adverse effect on the quality of the wine but reduces waste. The wine is also bottled in a light-weight glass bottle (420g or less) that reduces our carbon emissions, as it requires less materials to produce and less energy to transport.