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From grapes grown in the foothills of the Dolomites this pinot grigio benefits from sunny days, but cool nights, which has brightened the aromatics of this delicate, dry, crisp, peach and white blossom-scented white.
A hit vintage after vintage, but particularly good in 2018. This is from a small area between Côtes de Bourg and Fronsac in Bordeaux and the blend is mostly merlot with 30% cabernet sauvignon providing freshness and just the right amount of backbone.
This beautiful château can trace its history back to 1750. Fleshy, ripe and fresh, this is a lovely example of the open, inviting Beaujolais style, full of uncomplicated charm. Perfect for summer enjoyment with charcuterie or cheese.
The latest incarnation from South African maverlck Duncan Savage is a lighter style, spicy red fruits red ideal served on the cool side.
Big, rich and round white Burgundy but not heavy or coarse. Fermented in stainless steel tanks to capture the appley and melony fruit, and then kept on its lees to enrich the flavour until bottling in the spring.
A typical carmenère, in this case from Chile, which is ripe, round, soft and generously fruity.
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.
A wonderful summer white made from the robola grape from the slopes of Mount Ainos on the Greek island of Kefalonia. With aromas of peaches and citrus fruits, the palate is bright and refreshing with an underlying herbal, mineral quality. Perfect for summer sipping with some olives whilst the BBQ is heating up.
Rosso Piceno, from the east of Italy, tends to slip under the radar but can provide great value, as here with appetising juicy fruit from a blend of 60% montepulciano and 40% sangiovese.
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.
This is a new wine to our Society range, but from a family producer we have worked with for a number of years. The Vescos' passion is rooted in their organically tended vineyards many of which overlook the sea in western Sicily. This fresh, peach, chalk and salted-lemon scented white is a blend of 80% grillo and 20% carricante.
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.