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Star-Rated Wine Case
This château is a magnificent edifice, now sadly in disrepair, high up in the northern hills near Juliénas. The cool spot makes an intense, deeply coloured, refreshing style of Beaujolais that can outshine many a cru.
Gentle fragrance of rose-petal and spice makes this a classic Alsace gewurz, its body and sweet fruit make it a great match for spicy cuisine.
A vivid reminder of the unparalleled joys of good Muscadet, a style that deserves so much more attention than it currently receives. The excellent and ripe 2018 vintage garlands a little extra stone-fruited pleasure around this wine’s precise, delicate and fresh core. Classy, versatile wine. A Wine Champion in 2021.
Rocco Pasetti was one of the very first to champion the excellent local white grape pecorino, and his many years of experience growing it help him make it extremely well. It has gained a considerable and deserved following at The Society, and the 2020 is delicious: lemon rind and crushed rocks on the nose, with bright crisp acidity on the palate, orchard-fruit flavours and a dry refreshing finish. A Decanter World Wine Awards bronze medal winner 2021.
A generously fruited, warm-hearted garnacha made by a young winemaking team of three brothers. They’ve delivered a delicious Spanish red packed with red fruits, black pepper and no small amount of charm that proved itself a Wine Champion in 2022.
A fruity and peppery southern Spanish red from vineyards in Alicante. The monastrell grape endows a blackberry richness and peppery notes backed by the succulence of giro, a local grape which Pepe believes is connected with garnacha or possibly Sardinia.