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The List

The List

If we believe in a wine enough to include it in our List, then we guarantee that it's something worth discovering. Sent to our members for almost as long as we've been established, The Society's List is a piece of wine-trade history and we're very proud to share the latest edition with you.

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Exhibition Wines

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.

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Featured Ranges

Rosé

Deliciously versatile rosés put smiles on faces wherever they are enjoyed, whether sipped on a sunny patio or poured at a candlelit dinner table. See our enticing range for the ideal 'bunch of rosés' – whether it be the beautiful bubbles of Champagne Boizel's Rosé, the pinkly perky sparkle of Saumur Brut Rosé NV from our old friends Gratien et Meyer, or the pale but perfectly fruity Koyle Reserve Rosado Flor de Laberinto 2020, you'll find something to suit you down to the bottom of the glass.

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A fresh as a daisy whites case

With the sun out and spring very much in the air, it's time to put something deliciously chilled in our glasses. We have just the case for you here, full of mouthwatering white wines perfect for pulling from the fridge at the first signs of sunshine.

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Marlborough sauvignon blanc

Could there be a more perfect white wine for spring and summer (and Easter) than a sauvignon blanc from the phenomenon that is New Zealand's Marlborough Valley? Vibrantly zesty and packed with fruity character, these Kiwi classics are delicious and perfect as an Easter tastebud teaser at lunch or dinner, for lifting jaded palates at the end of the day, or simply for patio chilling. Whatever Easter brings us these wines will fit in brilliantly, al fresco or chez vous.

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Sherry

Arguably the most underrated and brilliant value in wine, sherry is an amazing drink that's deservedly in fashion once more, and we are proud of our range. From zingy, dry fino, manzanilla and palo cortado to whet the appetite and partner with nibbles and starters, through richer dry and sweeter amontillados and olorosos to luscious mouthfilling pedro ximinez with cheese or desserts, we can offer a sherry for every palate, pocket and dish for the Easter weekend menu.

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Champagne and sparkling

It's not like we need a reason to break out the bubbles because a glass of fizz is a tongue-tingling delight in its own right. But when it's time to celebrate it just has to be something with a sparkle to match the mood. As we look forward to brighter days, and with the prospect of basking in the warmth of time spent with our loved ones, you can be sure you will find the perfect bottle (or two!) in our treasure trove of Champagnes and sparkling wines.

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