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Curated premium wines chosen for The Week


    Discover new wines and enjoy exclusive discounts

    If you enjoy trying new wine but don’t know where to start, The Week Wines is your answer. Working with independent merchants throughout the year, our wine editor Bruce Palling selects wines of outstanding quality to feature in our collections. They are not readily available in the shops, and many feature on top restaurant lists at far higher prices. 

    It’s your opportunity to discover new wine, confident in the knowledge that each bottle has been chosen by an expert palate. 

    The mixed case is the most popular with our readers, giving you two bottles of each wine - or you can buy a case of a single wine if you already know what you enjoy.  

    All wines have an exclusive discount for a limited time, and will be delivered free of charge to mainland UK addresses.


    The Week Wines Spring offer

    Our current wines from Corney & Barrow: 

    Côtes-du-Rhône Villages “Les Becs Fins”, 2017, Tardieu-Laurent, 14%, Rhone, France
    The blend is a mixture of 60-year-old Grenache and 30-year-old Syrah grapes, which are not filtered or exposed to any oak, resulting in an intense pure fruit-driven wine with more power than usual. 

    Domaine de l’Epine ‘Une Promesse’, 13.5%, Quincy, Central Loire, France
    Domaine de l’Epine is a rising star, winning last year's top award in the Loire Valley's annual wine competition. The nose has the exotic fruit and pear characteristics of the Sauvignon Blanc grape but with a creamier style. 

    Polemico País, Viña Laurent, 13% Itata Valley, Chile
    A delicious thirst-quenching wine made from 150 year-old ungrafted País grapes, a variety that is quite fragrant and silky. Vinified using only natural yeasts and no added chemicals. Only 400 cases are produced annually.

    Bourgogne Chardonnay, 2016, Domaine Francois Carillon, 12.5%, Burgundy, France
    The very best white Burgundy is out of reach of most people as it starts at nearly £100 a bottle and can go up fifty times from that. Not the case for this superb wine, which is one of elegance and purity with just enough minerality. 

    Bourgogne Pinot Noir, Domaine Cyrot-Buthiau, 13% Burgundy, France
    This is a beautiful example of the joys of Pinot Noir – a simple easy to drink Red Burgundy at a reasonable price. The nose has an attractive perfume with some smokiness and minerality in the palate. 

    Egy Kis Furmint, Barta Winery, 13%, Tokaj, Hungary
    The Furmint grape is better known as the main component of Tokaj, Hungary’s world-renowned sweet wine, but this is completely dry. There is an intense minerality, giving the wine a liveliness despite the underlying plum and apple flavours.


    Terms & Conditions

    Terms and conditions: Offer ends 30 April 2020. Free delivery to UK mainland (does not include N.I., Scottish Isles or Isle of Wight). Payment can be made by credit or debit card over the phone or online. All orders are subject to availability of stock. Your order will normally delivered within 5 working days (there are no deliveries on weekends). 

    Corney & Barrow's phone lines are open Monday - Friday 9am - 6pm.

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