Fine Wine Bin Ends

Born of limited warehouse space, very low stocks, vintage changes and impending drink-by dates, bin ends are often retasted by the Fine Wine and buying teams before listing, and fairly priced for speedy rehoming. They are almost invariably very limited in quantity, though, so if a bargain beckons, snap it up. Bin Ends are covered by The Society’s guarantee of satisfaction, so buying them is completely risk-free.
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Mount Koinga Central Otago Pinot Noir 2016

The vines in this this small single-vineyard property are treated with the meticulous care of a prized garden, with everything cared for by hand day-in, day-out. The resultant wine - a classic New Zealand pinot noir - More >

£17.50
Bottle
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£210
Case of 12
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Product Code
NZ9791
Product Type
Red Wine
Style
Full Bodied
Alcohol Level
14.0%
Dominant Grape
Pinot Noir
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Clairette, Les Anthenors, Méditerranée, Jean-Luc Colombo 2016

Lovely, dry, full-flavoured Provence white that shows more than a touch of class. This comes from a secluded vineyard by the sea and a little to the west of Marseille and is perfect with fish or grilled squid. More >

£22
Bottle
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£132
Case of 6
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Product Code
FC35941
Product Type
White Wine
Style
2 (of 9): Dry
Alcohol Level
13.0%
Dominant Grape
Clairette
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Saint-Joseph Blanc Les Royes, Domaine Courbis 2015

A lovely full-flavoured marsanne from vines planted on a rare outcrop of limestone amongst the Saint-Joseph granite. Fragrant, round and gently honeyed. More >

£22.50
Bottle
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£135
Case of 6
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Product Code
RH46821
Product Type
White Wine
Style
2 (of 9): Dry
Alcohol Level
13.5%
Dominant Grape
Marsanne
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Cullen Mangan East Block Margaret River Petit Verdot-Malbec 2012

Cullen's Mangan vineyard is farmed biodynamically and produces wonderful fruit, which is exemplified by this fragrant, fine and immensely appetising wine. A subtle (only 12.5%) and pure Aussie red yet intense and More >

£28
Bottle
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£168
Case of 6
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Product Code
AU16701
Product Type
Red Wine
Style
Medium Bodied
Alcohol Level
12.5%
Dominant Grape
Malbec / Cot

Te Mata Bullnose Hawke's Bay Syrah 2015

Treading an admirable line between power and poise, this is a dense, rich and black-fruited syrah. For all its considerable presence on the palate, the wine never feels heavy thanks to fresh acidity and perfectly More >

£29.50
Bottle
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£177
Case of 6
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Product Code
NZ9851
Product Type
Red Wine
Style
Medium Bodied
Alcohol Level
13.5%
Dominant Grape
Syrah / Shiraz
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Wirra Wirra RSW McLaren Vale Shiraz 2017

With an intense core of ripe black fruit and a silky, ethereal nose, this is a really special bottle of Australian shiraz. The palate has layers of black olive, black cherry and chocolate, with both power and finesse. More >

£30
Bottle
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£180
Case of 6
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Product Code
AU22201
Product Type
Red Wine
Style
Full Bodied
Alcohol Level
14.5%
Dominant Grape
Syrah / Shiraz

Etna Rosso Riserva, Nicosia 2013

This comes from volcanic soils and you can almost taste the minerals. Its brooding perfume of rose, rock and cherry continues on the palate, supported by fine grained tannins and refreshingly bright acidity. Decant it More >

£40
Bottle
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£240
Case of 6
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In Stock
Product Code
IT28571
Product Type
Red Wine
Style
Medium Bodied
Alcohol Level
13.5%
Dominant Grape
Nerello Mascalese
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