Fine Wine Bin Ends

Born of limited warehouse space, very low stocks, vintage changes and impending drink-by dates, bin ends are often retasted by the Fine Wine and buying teams before listing, and fairly priced for speedy rehoming. They are almost invariably very limited in quantity, though, so if a bargain beckons, snap it up. Bin Ends are covered by The Society’s guarantee of satisfaction, so buying them is completely risk-free.
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Blackbook Winery, The Mixup 2018

A daring curiosity for adventurous palates, courtesy of an American winemaker in London. Unfined and unfiltered (hence a small and harmless sediment), this 50:50 blend of English bacchus and ortega, partially oak More >

£14.50
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£174
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Product Code
EN1411
Product Type
White Wine
Style
2 (of 9): Dry
Alcohol Level
10.5%
Dominant Grape
Bacchus
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Côtes du Roussillon Blanc Terres Nouvelles, La Preceptorie 2017

This is 100% grenache gris, fermented and raised in barrel. This old grape variety was the secret behind many of the top fortified wines from this part of the south of France because of its acidity and ability to age. More >

£17
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£102
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Product Code
FC34991
Product Type
White Wine
Style
2 (of 9): Dry
Alcohol Level
15.0%
Dominant Grape
Grenache Blanc
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Pujanza Valdepoleo, Rioja 2016

This is new listing this year from a small property based in the Alavesa part of Rioja. It is here that this Spanish region’s most elegant wines are made. This modern-style Rioja is rich, full-bodied and plump with a More >

£18
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£108
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Product Code
SP15961
Product Type
Red Wine
Style
Full Bodied
Alcohol Level
14.5%
Dominant Grape
Tempranillo

Kingston Family Vineyards Sabina Casablanca Chardonnay 2018

The wines are named after horses owned by the family, and ‘Sabina’ is a concentrated yet crisp and fresh Chilean chardonnay. Born of low yields and a cool climate, the wine has a hint of richness from 15% malolactic More >

£21.50
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£258
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Product Code
CE11051
Product Type
White Wine
Style
2 (of 9): Dry
Alcohol Level
12.5%
Dominant Grape
Chardonnay

Domaine Arena Blanc, Biancu Gentile 2016

Corsica used to be a haven for countless grape varieties before the phylloxera epidemic in the 19th century. A few, like bianco gentile, are being replanted and with great success. Perfectly adapted to the Corsican More >

£22
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£264
Case of 12
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Product Code
FC33811
Product Type
White Wine
Style
1 (of 9): Bone dry
Alcohol Level
13.0%
Dominant Grape
Bianco Gentile

Jurançon Sec, La Canopée, Domaine Cauhapé 2015

This is a dry Jurançon on the grandest of scales and made from old vines of petit manseng picked towards the end of November. Powerful and loaded with flavours of dried fruit, apricot, fig and quince, this would need a More >

£22
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£132
Case of 6
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Product Code
FC35181
Product Type
White Wine
Style
2 (of 9): Dry
Alcohol Level
15.0%
Dominant Grape
Manseng

Domaine Arena Blanc, Biancu Gentile 2017

A fresh-flavoured, fragrant dry Corsican white with a touch of flint and wild herb.Corsica used to be a haven for countless grape varieties before the devastating arrival of the phylloxera louse. A few, like bianco More >

£23
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£138
Case of 6
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Product Code
FC37281
Product Type
White Wine
Style
1 (of 9): Bone dry
Alcohol Level
13.0%
Dominant Grape
Bianco Gentile
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Muscat Cap Corse, Domaine Arena 2015

This is from a tiny appellation, restricted to a few rugged acres in the far north of Corsica. A vin doux naturel, minty, citrusy and a wonderful and original alternative dessert wine. Pair it with a citrus flavoured More >

£24
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£288
Case of 12
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Product Code
FC33841
Product Type
White Wine
Style
7 (of 9): Dessert sweetness
Alcohol Level
16.0%
Dominant Grape
Muscat
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Kingston Family Vineyards Alazan Casablanca Pinot Noir 2018

Alazan has a beautiful fragrant redcurrant and red-cherry nose, in part due to the fruit being picked early and some whole-bunch fermentation being practised. Low yields and a year in 400-litre barrels produce a silky More >

£28.50
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£342
Case of 12
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Product Code
CE11041
Product Type
Red Wine
Style
Medium Bodied
Alcohol Level
12.5%
Dominant Grape
Pinot Noir
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Koyle Auma Alto Colchagua 2011

Superb cabernet-based blend from Chile, with a cassis and cedar nose and concentrated, structured and rich-flavoured palate. Cabernet sauvignon 37%, carmenère 25%, malbec 18%, syrah 13% and petiti verdot 7%, matured for More >

£33
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£198
Case of 6
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Product Code
CE9251
Product Type
Red Wine
Style
Full Bodied
Alcohol Level
14.5%

Half-bottle of Eitelsbacher Karthäuserhofberg Riesling Auslese Nr 53, Tyrell 2018

Passion fruit and gooseberry seemed to leap out of the glass of this rare nectar from Germany. Beautifully long and concentrated. More >

£37.50
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£450
Case of 12
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Product Code
GE13272
Product Type
White Wine
Style
7 (of 9): Dessert sweetness
Alcohol Level
8.5%
Dominant Grape
Riesling
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