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Made by some of our favourite winemakers, these wines are perfect, easy-drinking drops at exceptional prices, made exclusively for The Wine Society.
This wine hails from the Adelaide Hills, where the high elevation and cool climate produces wines of elegance and finesse. This Pinot Noir displays intense berry and cherry aromas, which are echoed on a vibrant palate with subtle hints of dried herbs and silky graceful tannins.
Classic McLaren Vale Shiraz from a top producer, made exclusively for The Wine Society at a bargain price. This one ticks all the boxes - it's rich and smooth with complex layers of dark berry fruits, coffee and chocolate and it is drinking beautifully now. It's no surprise that this is one of our bestselling wines.
A stunning Margaret River blend with aromas of cassis, plum and liquorice, as well as varietal notes of violet and mint. The palate is layered with chocolate, spice, dark fruit and fine juicy tannins.
Floral aromas on the nose and soft lemon citrus flavours are the hallmark of this classic Hunter Semillon. A light, fresh structure and a cleansing finish make this wine a great alternative to Sauvignon Blanc or Riesling. An ideal partner for fresh seafood.
Intense passionfruit aromas combine with notes of fresh herbs, white florals and green capsicum, and flow onto a medium-bodied palate. The mouthfeel is steely and refreshing, with a light and dry finish.
Crafted by Jimmy Watson winner Julian Langworthy, this wine displays notes of stone fruit, oyster shell and spice. The palate is textured and complex with rich flavours backed by vibrant acidity. A wine of balance, elegance and incredible length.
The bouquet displays fragrant aromas of green apple and stone fruits with a hint of spice, closely followed by tropical notes of passionfruit, guava and pineapple. The palate is balanced with citrus and mouth-watering tropical fruits which follow on to a clean, crisp finish.
Aromas of ripe pear follow onto the palate and combine with stone fruit flavours, resulting in a rich wine that retains a lively crispness. A good acid line supports a lingering finish.