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RH55041 RH55041 Côtes-du-Rhône Blanc, Guigal 2018

"Delicious. Lighter than I would have thought, and very well rounded. Was great with chicken, and on its own. Tastes like a much more expensive Rhone to me!"

Mr Richard Farley ( 25-Nov-2020 )

AA3071 AA3071 Familie Mantler Grüner Veltliner, Niederösterreich 2019

"Easy peasy. Green pepper and lemon. Lovely oily texture. Just off dry. Great value. Quality: 1/4 Price: 3/3 X factor/ interest: 1/3 Total: 5/10"

Mr Malcolm Venter ( 25-Nov-2020 )

PW8061 PW8061 Almeida Garrett Entre Serras, Beira Interior 2017

"Very good; fresh and brambly, a joy to drink"

Mr Tomas Bexton ( 25-Nov-2020 )

US9141 US9141 Peltier Road Californian Sauvignon Blanc 2019

"Not as good as a traditional NZ Marlborough Sauvignon. But has a unique look, very pale and a very fresh taste. Went very well with tarragon chicken. I’ll be buying more. Look forward to drinking it on a hot summers day, well chilled. Good value at the price."

Mr Nicholas Brook ( 25-Nov-2020 )

CB5991 CB5991 Château La Grave de Bertin Réserve, Bordeaux 2018

"After spending many years working in France and trying splendid wines, this was very easy drinking smooth on your palette. Nice and easy drinking and brought memories of drinking at a local wine bar in St Nazaire. Just about to order a few more now. "

Mr Gareth Smith ( 25-Nov-2020 )

PW7821 PW7821 Quinta da Fonte Souto 'Florão', Alentejano 2017

"Excellent, moreish, well-textured wine with great depth and fruit flavour. Highly recommended, but let me order another crate first! "

Mr Marcus Thorpe ( 25-Nov-2020 )

FC39361 FC39361 Tannat-Syrah ‘Aramis', Laplace, Vin de France 2018

"We enjoyed this with roasted vegetables... a good mix of tannin and fruit for a mid-week dinner... came as part of WWF so cannot comment on value but seems good for the posted price if you like these grapes."

Dr C J Dain ( 25-Nov-2020 )

US8611 US8611 Chateau Ste Michelle Columbia Valley Riesling 2018

"Oh yes I did like this. I don't recognise the experience of Mr Brennan - thought that this was a lovely wine, nice as anything from Alsace. Going to order more. It's off dry, aromas of green apple and gooseberry or something, but versatile and also lovely on its own."

Dr Jeremy Platt ( 25-Nov-2020 )

FC39081 FC39081 Côtes de Provence Rosé, Château Barbanau 2019

"Light, refreshing, elderflower nose, granny smith apples and melon on the taste buds. Very quaffable. Would be perfect on outdoors on a summer afternoon. "

Dr Andre Gilburn ( 25-Nov-2020 )

NZ11831 NZ11831 Mahi 'The Alias' Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc 2016

"An interesting wine, worth trying, but don’t buy it expecting a classic Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc."

Mr Richard Smith ( 25-Nov-2020 )

PW8101 PW8101 The Society's Portuguese Red, Península de Setúbal 2019

"Lovely! Very fruity and easy to drink. Why are Portuguese wine bottlers using artificial corks?"

Mr George Egglestone ( 25-Nov-2020 )

LO15881 LO15881 Muscadet Sèvre-et-Maine sur Lie, Château L'Oiselinière de la Ramée, Chéreau-Carré 2018

"Really good wine, I will order again."

Ms Claire McNulty ( 25-Nov-2020 )

RH56981 RH56981 The Society's Côtes-du-Rhône 2019

"Great value for money. Nice, rich and perfect with my salt marsh lamb chops. "

Mr Paul St John Maine ( 25-Nov-2020 )

FC38581 FC38581 The Society's French Pinot Noir 2019

"Good fruit for a cheap Pinot Noir. "

Mr Alastair Allan ( 25-Nov-2020 )

PW7961 PW7961 Old Vines in Young Hands Tinto 2017

"Good value, best with food "

Mr Alastair Allan ( 25-Nov-2020 )

AA3081 AA3081 Familie Mantler Roter Veltliner, Niederösterreich 2019

"A cracking good find and well worth the modest price tag. Apples, pears, lowish alcohol, great nose, moreish, don't chill too much and drink with plain sea food, grilled chicken, vegetables. Thank you WS - let's keep it on the list so we can drink it in the summer of 2021 please. Julian L Payne"

Mr Julian Payne ( 25-Nov-2020 )

CB5941 CB5941 Château Canada, Bordeaux Supérieur 2018

"Perfectly drinkable and good value for money. Smooth good bramble fruit "

Mr Mike Leigh ( 25-Nov-2020 )

FC38581 FC38581 The Society's French Pinot Noir 2019

"Got to agree with the other two reviewers who gave this one star. A nice purple colour, doesn't smell of much but it has an aftertaste that really is quite unpleasant. Maybe only be £7.50 but definently one to avoid."

Mr Nicholas Brook ( 25-Nov-2020 )

SP15041 SP15041 Marqués de Murrieta Blanco Capellanía Vineyard, Rioja 2015

"Not bad, didn't quite meet expectation, there are probably better alternatives"

Mr Peter Osborne ( 25-Nov-2020 )

MX20314 MX20314 Six Stylish Riojas

"Really enjoyed this case. I've long been a fan of La Rioja Alta so to find that they produce the Society's Exhibition Rioja Reserva was a treat. The Glorioso, Tobelos and El Pacto also really stood out, being good for drinking on their own but also standing up to some spicy food. Thoroughly recommend this case as well as those individual wines if you are not after a mixture."

Mr Christopher Fowler ( 25-Nov-2020 )

MD201 MD201 Viorica, Château Vartely 2019

"This was bl*ody delicious. "

Mr Tom Dussek ( 25-Nov-2020 )

AU22871 AU22871 Victory Hotel Australian Chardonnay-Semillon 2019

"OMG this is such a steal at £6.95. A delicious fruity Chardonnay. Yum Yum"

Mr Alexander Williams ( 25-Nov-2020 )

VE75131 VE75131 The Society’s Chambéry

"Before now I had always been underwhelmed by vermouth. However Chambery is in another league; fresh, flavoursome, clean tasting. Delicious."

Mr Dominic Whiston ( 25-Nov-2020 )

SA16171 SA16171 Meerlust Estate Red, Stellenbosch 2017

"Bought 6, tried the first last weekend after decanting into a jug for 2 or 3 hours. It probably still needed more air time. Very lovely though, more red fruits than black I thought to start with but later picked up on the black currants and cherries. Very lively and fresh with plenty of energy, but I think I'll enjoy the rest in a couple of years or so when the acidity has mellowed out a bit."

Mr David Kear ( 25-Nov-2020 )

CE10281 CE10281 De Martino La Aguada Single Vineyard Maule Carignan 2016

"Superb cassis dominated wine. As close as you will get to Chateau Montrose for under £20."

Prof Kevin Hetherington ( 25-Nov-2020 )

FC38341 FC38341 Cantoiseau Blanc, Vin de France 2019

"Loved this and, as I went to order more, I couldn’t believe it was such great value. "

Ms Wonnie Barry ( 25-Nov-2020 )

SP15841 SP15841 Casa La Rad Solarce, Rioja 2018

"I found this rather an odd wine. It is heavy but slighty thin. Initially it is a rich and plummy, with lingering tannins, but the fruit fades very quickly. A punchy attack that is not followed through. It is good value though at £8.50. "

Mr Keith Jordan ( 24-Nov-2020 )

SP11871 SP11871 Viña Real Gran Reserva, Rioja 2010

"I thought this was as detailed in the description. Nose was good. Dark Berries, Caramel, Feint Oak. Mouthfeel was good. Good fruit, Cherries, black tea, nicely integrated tannins, slight alcoholic astringency that will disappear in time. Better in 3/5 years. Delicious for the next 20. Given 4 stars could easily be 5 in a few years."

Mr Gary Hibbard ( 24-Nov-2020 )

SP15881 SP15881 Pepe Mendoza Mares de Luz Monastrell Giro, Alicante 2019

"Will Barry has nailed the tasting notes so I will add a couple of superficial additions. One of the first things you will notice is the weight of the bottle, the glass is unusually thick. Really. Secondly, I love the label, the design is very appealing and I think you'd happily pay twice the price of this in a restaurant. Lastly, the wine, lots of black fruit, well balanced. Will picked up the vanilla notes, which was a good catch; the wine is aged for 10 months in French oak. However, I have an aversion to wines where vanilla is a prominent note. Rest assured that this is very subtle, hovering in the background. Otherwise, this wine would be consigned to the bin. However, am happy to confirm that it is a win. Easy to drink but complex enough not to disappoint. Has enough body to be a good match for food, I enjoyed it with some good quality dark chocolate."

Mr Steven Naylor ( 24-Nov-2020 )

FC38241 FC38241 Monbazillac, Château Pech La Calevie 2017

"A well-balanced, elegant dessert wine: light yet flavoursome, honey sweetness without cloying syrupiness. Good with fruit-based desserts, and even surprisingly good with the citrus hit of a key lime pie. It won't cope anything particularly heavy - remember this is Sauternes style, not like the raisiny tones of a Samos Anthemis, or a Moscatel."

Mr Iain McDonald ( 24-Nov-2020 )

FC38721 FC38721 Duo du Midi, Pays d'Oc 2019

"A very smooth, mellow red. Not too sweet, not too dry and eminently glugable with or without food. I'll certainly be back for more of this one - if you guys have left me any! :-) "

Mr Mike Teare ( 24-Nov-2020 )

PW8031A PW8031A Esporão Monte Velho Tinto, Alentejano 2019

"I recently tried this in your mixed case offer and thought it was excellent value for the price. I thought it was packed with fruit, exceptionally smooth and had real character."

Mr Giles Ecclestone ( 24-Nov-2020 )

US8941 US8941 Bogle Vineyards California Merlot 2017

"Yes, very full on - ultra smooth, with very dark flavours - almost licorice. Silken aftertaste. Yes, it's interestingly different, but choose very carefully what to drink it with. "

Mr Peter Standen ( 24-Nov-2020 )

NZ11581 NZ11581 Kumeu Village Hand-Harvested Pinot Noir 2019

"Very light, easy drinking, pairs well with fish"

Mr Matthew Savage ( 24-Nov-2020 )

CE11191 CE11191 Concha y Toro Corte Marcelo Limarí Pinot Noir 2019

"A superb hedonistic Pinot Noir. Loads of fruit, easy tannins and enough acidity. A touch sweet but obviously (successfully) designed to be a crowd pleaser. Ridiculously good value."

Mr Colin Mitchell ( 24-Nov-2020 )

AA3081 AA3081 Familie Mantler Roter Veltliner, Niederösterreich 2019

"Very enjoyable and refreshing wine. I was struck more by it's minerality - even a touch of salinity - than it's fruitiness, though there is some pear flavour. Unusual and well worth a try. "

Mr Colin Mitchell ( 24-Nov-2020 )

FC39001 FC39001 Corbières Rouge, Domaine du Trillol 2016

"Undrinkable. "

Mr Paul Ledgerwood ( 24-Nov-2020 )

SG2571 SG2571 Hortas do Caseirinho White Frisante

"I have some good friends' in Lisbon and when in the UK we are always looking for a nice Vinho Verde for our fish dishes. This is the closest thing we can find to that perfect taste, balanced light fizz and dry wine. Strongly recommend with an oily fish. "

Ms Tashinga Garwe ( 24-Nov-2020 )

NZ12181 NZ12181 Kumeu River Maté's Vineyard Chardonnay 2019

"the 2010 is drinking beautifully !!"

Mr Martyn Simmons ( 24-Nov-2020 )

GN351 GN351 The Society's Gin High Strength 70cl 50%

"I am probably not the only person to establish a Six O'clock cocktail routine to mark the end of yet another slightly dull Lockdown day. This really did impress, with a superb juniper(?) bouquet. A great price and I suspect this is a great ambassador for the Wine Society in terms of Christmas presents. Bland yet stylish label"

Cdr R P Leir-Nicholson ( 24-Nov-2020 )

FC38331 FC38331 Domaine Laborie, Pays d'Oc 2019

"Very good price so great value. Quite a mix of grape varieties here and no particular bouquet, well balanced"

Cdr R P Leir-Nicholson ( 24-Nov-2020 )

BJ8511 BJ8511 Beaujolais Les Pierres Dorées, Cuvée Louis Dépagneux 2018

"Enjoyed this - not too much acidity but I did find the Gamay nose a little reluctant to come forward"

Cdr R P Leir-Nicholson ( 24-Nov-2020 )

BW6681 BW6681 The Society’s Bordeaux Sauvignon 2019

"Dangerously moreish (!) - this fruity but dry wine slipped down with great ease. Pleasant but not overpowering nose. A great aperitif"

Cdr R P Leir-Nicholson ( 24-Nov-2020 )

IT30571 IT30571 Massolino Dolcetto 2017

"Not quite what I expected: initially a hint of Dolcetto bouquet but to be frank it did not become more pronounced over 24 hours. Nicely balanced wine, and pretty smooth"

Cdr R P Leir-Nicholson ( 24-Nov-2020 )

SH381 SH381 Litre of The Society’s Medium Dry Amontillado Blend

"Remarkable value: blind tasted alongside [other merchant's]. Whilst the two from other sources were pleasant, they had nothing to match the enormous flavour this revealed. Lighter in body but allowing the wine to circulate the taste buds produced an astonishing zappy flavour. Having had a break from WS sherry for twenty years or so, what a comeback and what a welcome discovery"

Cdr R P Leir-Nicholson ( 24-Nov-2020 )

PW8131 PW8131 Adega de Redondo Real Lavrador, Alentejano 2019

"This is a fantastic alentejo wine. Glorious"

Miss Wanda Piontek ( 23-Nov-2020 )

SP11871 SP11871 Viña Real Gran Reserva, Rioja 2010

"Tasted it and brought a case for reserves. Lovely balanced oak and fruit. Elegant acidity. Better in 5 but drinking now with a decant."

Mr Russell Sainty ( 23-Nov-2020 )

CM19301 CM19301 Château Dutruch Grand Poujeaux, Moulis-en-Médoc 2015

"This wine was below average at best. Maybe it needs more time laying before I open the next bottle. Overall it was thin, and in my opinion overly sharp and lacking any real kind of structure. I decanted and aerated the bottle a few hours before taking my first glass. Upon having that first glass I said to myself probably needs more time in the deacnter to , so left it overnight and came back to it the next day at lunchtime, however there was no real improvement. I have 6 bottles still left in my reserve, which I think I will leave there probably for another few years. When I withdraw more of these in say about 3 to 5 years time I will return and place my thoughts here again. Hopefully this one just needs a bit more time to get it where it needs to be"

Mr Javier Monvoisin ( 23-Nov-2020 )

BJ8271 BJ8271 Domaine Coudert, Fleurie Clos de la Roilette 2018

"Perhaps not as smooth as you'd expect from a Fleurie, this is rather more robust and earthy. Surprisingly little nose on opening (would benefit from being opened earlier) and initially a bit thin on the palate, but it opens up in the mouth with vibrant blackberry flavours that linger beautifully. Would pair perfectly with pork or chicken, whether roasted or casseroled, especially to offset a little spice in the dish."

Mr Jan de Walden ( 23-Nov-2020 )

IT29861 IT29861 The Society's Barbera d'Asti Superiore 2018

"Excellent value. Medium bodied, generously fruity with a lingering tannic burr. Very pleasant and undemanding drinking at £8.95."

Mr Keith Jordan ( 23-Nov-2020 )


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