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By using the table here you can get the best deals on wine clubs and plans that are focused on the very best of fine wines. Whether it is for investment of enjoyment, this guide will show you which of the wine clubs and merchants give you the biggest discounts and have the widest selection of fine wines.

If you're looking for the very best in fine world wine then it can be difficult and sometimes confusing. Take a look at our fine wine guide below our deals comparison table.

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Marks and Spencer

Marks & Spencer Old World Classics Wine Club - SAVE £50 Marks & Spencer's introductory case of 12 bottles of red and white fine wine. This works out at only £6.65 a bottle so it's a great way to try fine wine without breaking the bank.

£50

£79.88

5 Stars
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Virgin Wines

Naked Wines Fine Wines - SAVE £40. Select your own fine wines from Naked wines and save a massive £40 off your order.

£40

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4.5 Stars
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Virgin Wines

Virgin Wines Fine Wines - SAVE £40. Select your own fine wines from Virgin Wines Wine Bank and save a massive £40 off your order.

£40

TOP1040

4.5 Stars
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Waitrose

Waitrose Wine Direct Fine Wines - SAVE UP TO 33%. Waitrose offers you savings of up to 33% on some of their fine wines. See their special offers page. They have a large range of fine red wines, fine white wines and fine wine mixed cases. Also see their fine wines section.

Up to 33%
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4.5 Stars
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Majestic

Majestic Wines - SAVE UP TO 30%. Majestic is one of Britain's largest fine wine merchants. They have a dedicated fine wine centre in St Johns Wood in London which houses up to 200 of the world's finest wines. Now you can order their fine wines online. Selected fine wine save up to 30%.

Up to 30%
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4.5 Stars
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Wine Hound

Winehound Fine Wines - SAVE £20 Specialists in Boutique wines their selection has the seal of approval from top Sommeliers with much of their range featuring in some of the country's finest restaurants such as Michelin Star establishments, style bars and exclusive independent hotels. Save £20 on your order with this exclusive wine discount code Top20.

£20

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5 Stars
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Tesco Wine

Tesco Fine Wine - SAVE UP TO 50%. Tesco wine has a good selection of fine wine deals by the case of 6 bottles (as opposed to the typical 12 bottles so keep this in mind if comparing prices to other wine merchants). Choose from Old World Wines and New World Wines and then select your country and region of interest. Up to 50% off.

Up to 50%
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4 Stars
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Vintage Wine Gifts

Vintage Wine Gifts - FREE WINE ACCESSORIES SET. Vintage Wine Gifts offers top quality red & white vintage wines as well as vintage ports, champagnes, whiskys and armagnacs. Vintage Wine Gifts is a particularly good merchant to use if you are looking to source fine wine from a particular year.

FREE wine accessories set
(orders over £29.77)
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5 Stars
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Vintage Roots

Vintage Roots - SAVE £20. Enjoy £20 off your first order when you order your fine wine through Vintage Roots. Vintage Roots are specialists in organic wines since 1986 and won Specialist Independent Wine Merchant 2008 at the Decanter World Wine Awards. Use voucher code TOPV.

£20
TOPV
4.5 Stars
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Guide to Fine Wine

One of the best places to start is by looking at vintages. These are simply the years in which the grapes were picked to be turned into wine. Different regions will have different vintages with many producers within a region often having the same year as the best vintages - but not always! This will most commonly be because the conditions for growing (weather, sun, soil condition etc) will be similar across a specific region. But of course different chateaus or wineries may have had a particularly good year in what was for everyone else an average year so they may release a vintage as they felt their crop was particularly excellent. There are any number of vintage guides available but a few we recommend are listed here:

http://www.decanter.com/vintageguides/

http://www.wine-pages.com/resources/vintage.shtml

Another ways of looking for fine wines is to look for which producers/chateaus have consistantly produced very high standard wines that build into a collection of very fine wines. Most importantly have a good read through the description given by the merchants in the fine wine table above.

Here is a list of some of the most famous fine wine producers from across the Old and New World:


Antinori
Caymus
Cheval Blanc
Dom Perignon
Haut Brion
Lafite Rothschild
Latour
Leoville Barton
Margaux
Mouton Rothschild
Opus One
Ornellaia
Penfolds
Petrus
Pingus
Romanee Conti
Sassicaia
Silver Oak
Solaia
Torbreck
Vega-Sicilia
Yquem

Any of the vintages from these producers will set you well on your way to experiencing the best of the best fine wines in the world.


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