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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Patrimonio Cuvée Morta Maio Rouge, Domaine Arena 2014

A complex and full-flavoured niellucciu (Corsican for sangiovese) from the northern part of the island. Spicy, herby and full with lovely fruit, a firm structure and great length. More >

£22.50
Bottle
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£270
Case of 12
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In Stock
Product Code
FC32481
Product Type
Red Wine
Style
Medium Bodied
Alcohol Level
13.5%
Dominant Grape
Sangiovese
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Te Mata Bullnose Hawke's Bay Syrah 2013

This flagship syrah from New Zealand's historic Te Mata Estate sports a deep inky-purple colour and a rich enticing perfume, mingling blackberry, sweet spices and leather. On the palate, its classic black pepper, plum, More >

£29.50
Bottle
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£177
Case of 6
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Product Code
NZ8061
Product Type
Red Wine
Style
Medium Bodied
Alcohol Level
13.0%
Dominant Grape
Syrah / Shiraz

Raimes Blanc de Noirs 2016

England enthrals! An effervescent homegrown hat-trick of sparklin gWine champions this year was completed in some style by this pale-gold marvel from the South Downs. Amid a stunning line-up of bubblies, this blend of More >

£35
Bottle
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£210
Case of 6
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In Stock
Product Code
SG2951
Product Type
Sparkling Wine
Style
2 (of 9): Dry
Alcohol Level
12.0%
Dominant Grape
Pinot Noir

Côtes du Roussillon, Coume Gineste, Domaine Gauby 2010

This cuvée from Gérard Gauby is majority grenache but from a north-facing slope with low yielding vines planted on schists. A sense of finesse is paramount here, as is a fruit driven expression and flavour that has more More >

£49
Bottle
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£294
Case of 6
Save £42
In Stock
Product Code
FC23071
Product Type
Red Wine
Style
Full Bodied
Alcohol Level
14.0%
Dominant Grape
Grenache / Garnacha

Domaine François Lamarche, Clos de Vougeot Grand Cru 2013

Lamarche have vines in the bottom, middle and top of the Clos and make a good example each year. Quite structured and firm at present but will shed its tannins and release aroma and flavour after a decade in bottle. More >

£89
Bottle
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£534
Case of 6
Save £60
In Stock
Product Code
BU58151
Product Type
Red Wine
Style
Medium Bodied
Alcohol Level
12.5%
Dominant Grape
Pinot Noir

Louis Jadot, Chapelle Chambertin Grand Cru 2013

Fine and elegant flavour with firm supporting structure which will develop well with keeping. More >

£125
Bottle
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£750
Case of 6
Save £150
Out of stock
Sold out
No Longer Available
Product Code
BU59371
Product Type
Red Wine
Style
Medium Bodied
Alcohol Level
13.5%
Dominant Grape
Pinot Noir

Château Haut-Brion Blanc, Pessac-Léognan 2004

Completely outstanding, this Bordeaux blanc is one of the world's great white wines. Spicy, rich and long-lasting on the palate. 51% sauvignon blanc, 49% semillon. Low stock: limited to three bottles per member. More >

£450
Bottle

£2,700
Case of 6
In Stock
Product Code
BW2611
Product Type
White Wine
Style
1 (of 9): Bone dry
Alcohol Level
13.5%
Dominant Grape
Sauvignon Blanc Semillon
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