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The Society's Chilean Limarí Chardonnay 2019

Limarí is fast becoming the pre-eminent region for chardonnay in Chile. This crisp, refreshing example was made for us by Concha y Toro and their winemakers Marcelo Papa and Ignacio Recabarren. This was matured 100% in More >

£7.25
Bottle

£87
Case of 12
In Stock
Product Code
CE10741
Product Type
White Wine
Style
2 (of 9): Dry
Dominant Grape
Chardonnay

The Society’s Chilean Cabernet Sauvignon, Maipo 2018

This is the best vintage of this wine we have ever bought. 2018 is an excellent year in Chile, as illustrated by this wine's lovely blackcurrant perfume an attractive cedary quality. More >

£7.50
Bottle

£90
Case of 12
In Stock
Product Code
CE10881
Dominant Grape
Cabernet Sauvignon
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The Society’s Chilean Cabernet Sauvignon, Maipo 2017

2017 was a ripe vintage in Chile, and this is mid to full-bodied cabernet but still with an attractive cedary top note to the blackcurrant fruit flavour. More >

£7.50
Bottle

£90
Case of 12
Out of stock
Alternative Available >
Product Code
CE10001
Dominant Grape
Cabernet Sauvignon
Reviews (4) >

Concha y Toro Corte Ignacio Chimbarongo Syrah 2017

Bursting with black fruits, with an umami tang of black olives and an intriguing hint of tar on the nose, this is a well-balanced, savoury Chilean syrah made from vineyards and cultivars planted by the late-lamented More >

£9.25
Bottle

£111
Case of 12
In Stock
Product Code
CE10131
Dominant Grape
Syrah / Shiraz

Concha y Toro Corte Lorena San Fernando Syrah-Mourvèdre 2018

Trained by the masterly Ignacio Recabarren, Lorena Mora is a brilliant young winemaker. Her ‘cut’ (corte) tempers the syrah’s hint of tar with a dash of spice from just over 20% mourvèdre for a balanced, savoury Chilean More >

£9.50
Bottle

£114
Case of 12
In Stock
Product Code
CE10661
Dominant Grape
Syrah / Shiraz

The Society's Exhibition Limarí Chardonnay 2019

These vineyards, situated about 25km from the coast in the Limarí Valley, are producing some of Chile's most exciting chardonnay. The cool climate and limestone content of some of the soils there produce a distinctive More >

£10.50
Bottle

£126
Case of 12
In Stock
Product Code
CE10751
Product Type
White Wine
Style
2 (of 9): Dry
Dominant Grape
Chardonnay
Reviews (3) >

Concha y Toro Corte Ignacio Maipo Alto Cabernet Sauvignon 2018

Alto Maipo cabernets have a fine cedary aroma and a firm but not dry palate, and are not slushy fruit bombs. This is a top example made by Ignacio Recabarren exclusively for The Wine Society, matured in 225-litre More >

£10.95
Bottle

£131
Case of 12
In Stock
Product Code
CE10621
Dominant Grape
Cabernet Sauvignon
Reviews (1) >

Maycas del Limarí Chardonnay Reserva Especial 2017

A moreishly refreshing Chilean chardonnay that is perfect for food. Bright, tense Limarí fruit with a dry minerality from the limestone soil. Fermented briefly in 228-litre and 600-litre barrels, only 20% new, leaving a More >

£12.95
Bottle

£77.50
Case of 6
In Stock
Product Code
CE10631
Product Type
White Wine
Style
2 (of 9): Dry
Dominant Grape
Chardonnay

Maycas del Limarí Pinot Noir Reserva Especial 2017

Lovely pinot from Chile's cool Limarí region, where clay and limestone soils produce a wine with more structure and a longer mid-palate than many of the country's other coastal regions. Well worth trying. More >

£14.95
Bottle

£89.50
Case of 6
In Stock
Product Code
CE10641
Dominant Grape
Pinot Noir
Reviews (2) >

Maycas del Limarí Pinot Noir Reserva Especial 2016

The best vintage so far of this lovely pinot from Chile's cool Limarí region. 2016 was a cool year and the team here used 15% whole-bunch fermentation to contribute extra freshness. The region's clay and limestone soils More >

£14.95
Bottle

£89.50
Case of 6
Out of stock
Alternative Available >
Product Code
CE9751
Dominant Grape
Pinot Noir
Reviews (2) >

Marqués de Casa Concha Etiqueta Negra Puente Alto Cabernet Sauvignon 2016

Exclusive to The Wine Society, this fine and cedary Chilean cabernet sauvignon (60%), cabernet franc (32%) and petit verdot (8%) blend is made from the excellent Mariscal vineyard at 650m in Puente Alto, one of the best More >

£16.50
Bottle

£99
Case of 6
In Stock
Product Code
CE10311

The Society's Exhibition Alto Maipo Cabernet Sauvignon 2018

NEW Cabernet sauvignon thrives in the Alto Maipo’s warm, alluvial, gravelly soils formed by the Maipo River. The climate is moderated by the high altitude and the cool nightime air that descends from the nearby Andes More >

£17
Bottle

£204
Case of 12
In Stock
Product Code
CE10761
Dominant Grape
Cabernet Sauvignon

Concha y Toro Terrunyo Rapel Carmenère 2017

Made by one of Chile’s greatest winemakers, Ignacio Recabarren, this is a top carmenère from Peumo. Rich, damson-flavoured carmenère with opulent caressing texture. More >

£21
Bottle

£126
Case of 6
In Stock
Product Code
CE10681
Dominant Grape
Carmenere
Reviews (2) >

Concha y Toro Terrunyo Lote 1 Casablanca Merlot 2014

Lovely cedar-scented, plum-and-spice flavoured Chilean merlot from a warm spot in the cool Casablanca valley, ideally suited to merlot. 5% cabernet franc and 5% cabernet sauvignon contribute a little extra complexity. More >

£22
Bottle

£132
Case of 6
In Stock
Product Code
CE9291
Dominant Grape
Merlot

Maycas del Limarí Quebrada Seca Chardonnay 2017

Quebrada Seca, about 25km from the Chilean coast on the northern bank of the Limarí River, is a cool spot with a high limestone content in the soil, which produces a fine and linear style of chardonnay. Barrel More >

£23
Bottle

£138
Case of 6
In Stock
Product Code
CE10651
Product Type
White Wine
Style
2 (of 9): Dry
Dominant Grape
Chardonnay
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