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Backing our Best Growers

Backing our Best Growers

We hope that you'll be able to support this campaign and enjoy some fantastic bottles at great prices, while helping to put a smile back on the faces of those who work so hard to make them.

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Reds on the Lighter Side of Life

Reds on the Lighter Side of Life

Looking for red wines with a little lightness of touch, something refreshing as we eke out the sunshine or anticipate an Indian summer? Then look no further for a selection of reds to savour with al fresco meals, picnics or simply for juicy, fruity enjoyment.

Top-selling Clarets

When it comes to Bordeaux, our members know a good thing when they taste it. See what bottles of claret have been putting a smile on the faces of your fellow members over the past few months, from regular top-selling red, The Society's Claret to en primeur favourite Château Beaumont.

Fine Wine Classics

Fine Wine Classics

A small but perfectly formed range of beauties that have left their mark on the wine world for sheer class and distinction. Often imitated but rarely equalled, if it's a taste of some of the wine world's true classics you're after, look no further than this shortlist.

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New Wines

Every time we release a new offer or list, there's a whole raft of new wines added to our selection for you to enjoy. Some are brand new discoveries from our buyers, others are new vintages or cuvées from tried-and-tested favourites, covering a wide range of prices and styles. We recommend revisiting this page often to see what's new.

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Château Ollieux Romanis

'Born to be Wine' Carignan, Vin de France 2019

In all its fruitiest glory, this is a gorgeous, all-carignan red from the Ollieux Romanis estate with a walloping amount of ripe brambly fruit. Wild in its exuberance… and definitely in the label too!

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Rhône & southern France

Rhône and the south of France

Following members' great enthusiasm for our recent low-stock releases of fine wines from other regions, we've made available some small (and in some cases tiny) volumes of wines from the Rhône and the south of France.

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Baron de Brane 2010

Baron de Brane 2010

This delicious blend of 53% cabernet sauvignon and 47% merlot displays deep red colour and a savoury bouquet of cedar and leather. Aged for 12 months in French oak barrels, its texture is now smooth as silk, with round ripe tannins and a lingering finish. Rich, classy and now wonderfully mature.

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Grove Mill

Grove Mill is a winery in Marlborough which focuses on doing things in the most responsible way possible, implementing environmentally friendly practices and heavily funding wildlife rejuvenation projects to help local nature reserves thrive.

Importantly for us, they also pour this much care and attention into their wine, which is evident in their excellent sauvignon blanc (a worthy Wine Champion in our blind tastings this year), chardonnay and pinot noir, all of which are new to The Wine Society in 2020.

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Need some inspiration?

Variety. It's what makes the world of wine so joyful to explore. But we also know that faced with so many deliciously different grapes and styles to try it can be difficult to know where to dive in. Our easy-to-use Wine Selector tool can help you choose.

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