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The Society Range

"I have never been disappointed with a Society label wine. Always good value and a joy to drink."

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Society wines are at the heart of what we stand for. They are the wines which members buy and re-buy most often, and the wines which the buyers spend most time sourcing and often blending to ensure they are ‘best in class’ examples of their type, taking into account overall price and quality. The single most important ingredient behind any good wine is the person who makes it. Society wines are sourced to our specifications from people who have a track record of providing excellent bottles. The range is designed to give consistent pleasure and enjoyment, while also respecting vintage differences.

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The Society's English Lager (3.8%, 330ml)

A crisp, refreshing craft lager, made by Braybrooke Brewery in Market Harborough. This 'mini-Pilsner' is inspired by classic Czech lagers, made using German hops, on a Hungarian brew kit, by an Italian brewer. For us, More >

£2.25
Bottle

£54
Case of 24
In Stock
Product Code
BE1911
Alcohol Level
3.8%
Reviews (1) >

Half bottle of The Society’s Beaujolais-Villages 2018

Our bestselling Beaujolais every year and an easy win for your summer wine rack. The 2018 is classic Beaujolais-Villages, ripe yet fresh and balanced with an intense, vibrant black-fruit perfume. Take your Sunday roast More >

£4.50
Half Bottle

£108
Case of 24
In Stock
Product Code
BJ7902
Product Type
Red Wine
Style
Medium Bodied
Alcohol Level
13.0%
Dominant Grape
Gamay

Half bottle of The Society's Claret 2018

Merlot-based fruity and unoaked claret supplied for over a quarter of a century by family-owned Maison Sichel. More >

£4.50
Half Bottle

£108
Case of 24
In Stock
Product Code
CL222
Product Type
Red Wine
Style
Medium Bodied
Alcohol Level
13.5%
Dominant Grape
Merlot
Reviews (2) >

Half bottle of The Society's Muscadet Sevre et Maine sur Lie 2018

A fresh, ripe-fruited Loire Muscadet, which rests on its lees (yeasts leftover from fermentation) for extra texture and roundness. From Chéreau-Carré, this is the ideal accompaniment to shellfish, but with enough grip More >

£4.50
Half Bottle

£54
Case of 12
In Stock
Product Code
LO15182
Product Type
White Wine
Style
1 (of 9): Bone dry
Alcohol Level
12.0%
Dominant Grape
Muscadet
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Half bottle of The Society's Côtes-du-Rhône 2018

Ripe, full-bodied grenache-syrah blend from Vinsobres in the southern Rhône. Cool mountain breezes helped contain some of the ardour of the exceptional 2018 vintage. Fruity with good freshness. More >

£4.50
Half Bottle

£54
Case of 12
In Stock
Product Code
RH53932
Product Type
Red Wine
Style
Full Bodied
Alcohol Level
14.0%
Dominant Grape
Grenache Syrah
Reviews (3) >

The Society's Rosé, Pays d'Oc 2018

The 2018 vintage of this wine has benefited from a bit of an upgrade, with a little more definition and a lot more charm. Syrah holds centre stage but there is some cabernet and a 'secret ingredient' (not really - it's More >

£5.95
Bottle
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£71
Case of 12
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Product Code
FC36421
Product Type
Rose Wine
Style
1 (of 9): Bone dry
Alcohol Level
13.0%
Dominant Grape
Syrah / Shiraz
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Half bottle of The Society's White Burgundy 2018

Ripe and round yet with a fresh finish, appley flavour and broad palate. Our best-loved wine for many years, this Mâcon white continues to rise above the ebb and flow of fashion. It is now buyer Tim Sykes who works with More >

£5.95
Half Bottle

£142
Case of 24
In Stock
Product Code
BU72262
Product Type
White Wine
Style
2 (of 9): Dry
Alcohol Level
13.0%
Dominant Grape
Chardonnay
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The Society's Côtes de Gascogne 2018

A fruity, thirst-quenching Gascon white that has just a hint of roundness on the finish. Light and easy enough to be enjoyed on its own, this is the consummate party white. More >

£6.95
Bottle

£83
Case of 12
In Stock
Product Code
FC36521
Product Type
White Wine
Style
2 (of 9): Dry
Alcohol Level
10.5%
Dominant Grape
Colombard

The Society's Vinho Verde 2019

Now under screwcap, this is a classic example of this delightfully light and easy-drinking Portuguese style, with a barely perceptible spritz and bright, fresh palate. More >

£6.95
Bottle

£41.50
Case of 6
In Stock
Product Code
PW8011
Product Type
White Wine
Style
2 (of 9): Dry
Alcohol Level
12.0%
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The Society's Fino

As well as a Gold medal, our fino won a Trophy for value at the 2019 International Wine Challenge. From the independent house of Sánchez Romate, it is shipped often and in small quantities to guarantee freshness, the More >

£6.95
Bottle

£83
Case of 12
In Stock
Product Code
SH571
Product Type
Sherry
Style
2 (of 9): Dry
Alcohol Level
15.0%
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