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The Exhibition range is sourced from the world’s finest growers in some of the greatest wine-producing regions on the planet. The wines are from more closely defined geographic areas than The Society range, and reflect the classic character of their region or commune. Our buyers work incredibly hard on this range: they are heavily involved in the selection and often blending processes, all to provide members with flagship bottles to buy with total confidence. Where appropriate, we also keep Exhibition wines in our cellars and only release them when perfectly ready to drink for maximum enjoyment.
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Speyside produces some of Scotland's most elegant malts. This has a great nose of honey and orchard fruit. Very smooth, with a vanilla sweetness that balances the powerful fruit weight well and lasts on the long finish.
This bottling shows peaty characteristics and a typical pungent and iodine-like whiff to the finish.
From an exceptional vintage, this has been kept in our cellars for over a decade ready to release at its delicious peak of maturity, just in time for Christmas! Drink this year.
From the Smith Woodhouse stable of the Symington Group, this is a fine, concentrated and richly flavoured Port with excellent 'grip' and ripe tannins.
Delamain manage this XO for us from some of their best barrels. It has an average age of 25 years in cask, and has incredible complexity and concentration as a result. As this warms in a large glass the aroma is heady
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