By Type

We stock over 1,500 wines, so it can be tricky to know where to start!

To help you make your choice, here we’ve split our wines by style (red, white, sparkling etc), bottle size (including magnums and halves), our Society and Exhibition ranges, Exploration wines and wines for laying down.

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Society Range

"I have never been disappointed with a Society label wine. Always good value and a joy to drink." A Society member Society wines are at the heart of what we stand for. They are the wines which members buy and re-buy most often, and the wines which the buyers spend most time sourcing and often...
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    Exhibition Range

    Outstanding examples from the world's finest vineyards 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...
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      Mixed Cases

      From specially packaged gift cases to send to friends and loved ones to mixed boxes to cellar for future enjoyment, by way of current seasonal selections and regional collections to help you get to know a variety of wine styles, this is the place to come for easy purchasing pleasure. Cases come...
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        Red Wines

        Our buyers scour the winemaking world to seek out wines they truly believe in and think you’ll love too. All styles are amply represented from the light and fruity to the full-throttle and complex. All are ready to drink, some would benefit from keeping, as you’ll see when you click on the product...
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          White Wines

          From bone-dry Muscadet and zesty New Zealand sauvignon blanc to unctuous, dessert-grade classics like Sauternes, and everything in between, these are the whites our buyers believe in and want you to enjoy. You might want to use the filters to help you get closer to the style of white you enjoy or...
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            Rose Wines

            Rosé wine works brilliantly alongside salads and can cope with even strongly flavoured dressings; few wines go as well with spicy food or with simple grilled meats or vegetables. In fact, no other wine has quite the versatility that rosé does when it comes to food matching. That’s why we say rosés...
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              Sparkling Wines

              Add some sparkle to your (or someone else’s!) life with our carefully selected range of bubbles. From light and frothy sparklers to get the party started, to world-beating vintage Champagnes for special occasions, there really is something for everyone here. Find out more about fizz in our Wine...
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                Sweet Wines

                From the classic sweet wines of Sauternes, Port and Madeira and Tokaji to light effervescent moscato d'Asti, our range of sweet wines covers many regions, styles and prices, and we even have some sweet reds! Use the sweetness codes (visible on the product detail page) and the style and regional...
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                  Exploration Wines

                  Spring into summer In anticipation of warmer days to come, we have put together a selection of refreshing and flavourful dry whites from the new List for members to explore. But forget sauvignon blanc and chardonnay – to ring the changes, the selection does not include wines from these grapes, but...
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                    Halves & Bigger Bottles

                    Half bottles can be very handy for meals for one or when you only want a glass. Magnums offer twice the fun and look good on the table....
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                    Fortified Wines

                    Finally wine lovers are rediscovering these hidden treasures of the wine world. Use the style filter to narrow down our selection of fortifieds including classics like sherry, Port and Madeira but also some unexpected delights from less-expected provenance. Delve in and discover and then enjoy at...
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                      Spirits & Liqueurs

                      Many craft distillers are cut from the same cloth as the exceptional winemakers with whom we work, focusing on the quality of the raw ingredients, provenance and providing a delicious authentic drinking experience. This selection aims to cover the basics and introduce you to a few additional drinks...
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                        Soft Drinks & Low Alcohol

                        Low or lacking in alcohol but certainly not in flavour! A small but perfectly formed selection of delicious and virtuous drinks....
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                          Wines For Laying Down

                          Looking to start – or expand – your cellar? You've come to the right place. The wines listed here will benefit from age to really be at their best. You can also find our regular en primeur offers of ageworthy wines from Bordeaux, Burgundy, the Rhône and more in our fine wine pages....
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