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Festival Wine Club


PFT has teamed up once more with renowned wine merchants Corney & Barrow as providers of fine wines for the Festival Wine Club.


Launched over two years ago, membership of PFT’s Wine Club is automatic when you purchase your first case – there is no joining fee!

In addition to special seasonal offers, members receive invitations to special events and free advice on cellaring, buying and selling wine and, perhaps more importantly, in return for every case you buy, Pitlochry Festival Theatre will receive £10 from Corney & Barrow – so you get great wine and help raise much needed funds for your favourite Theatre!


Tasting Case Offer: Corney & Barrow have created a special PFT tasting case of 6 reds and 6 whites based on recommendations (see below) from a series of well-known hoteliers and restauranteurs including: • Jody Marshall, General Manager, Ballathie House Hotel, Perthshire • Norman & Karen McDonald, Cafe One, Inverness • John Simpson, General Manager, Banchory Lodge, Deeside • John Anderson, Catering Manager, PFT.


Corney & Barrow are delighted to offer Pitlochry Festival Wine Club members this case of 12 wines at a special offer price of £115, including delivery to all UK mainland addresses. 


Pitlochry Festival Wine Club Case Offer



Sauvignon Blanc, Mont de Joie 2011, Henri Bourgeois, Loire, 

x 2 bottles  "The style and finesse of Bourgeois Sancerre, a perfect example of the region's Sauvignon Blancs"


Gavi di Gavi, Fratelli Levis 2011, Piemonte, 

x 1 bottle  "Bright and vibrant with a crisp, lemon & berry leaf freshness and almondy notes on the nose and finish."


Picpoul de Pinet, St.Jean des Sources 2011, Languedoc, France

x 1 bottle  "Delightully rich, bramble infused Cabernet with soft, round tannins that packs weight, character and fine structure."


Bourgogne Blanc, Les Setilles, Olivier Leflaive 2010, Burgundy, France

x 1 bottle  "Citrus and apple notes, balanced with hints of creamy vanilla, with a long and lifted finish."


Fiano, Masseria Bianca 2011, Puglia, Italy

x 1 bottle  "One of Italy's oldest grapes, with herbal and almondy notes and an attractive, upfront fruit style."


Ana Sauvignon Blanc 2012, Eradus Vineyards, Marlborough, New Zealand

x 1 bottle  "Cut grass aromas, gooseberry flavours and a refreshing citric acidity."



Cabernet Sauvignon, Domaine des Saissac 2010, IGT pays d'Oc, France

x 2 bottles  "A delightully rich, bramble infused Cabernet with soft, round tannins that packs weight, character and fine structure."


Château La Courolle, St Emilion 2009, Bordeaux, France

x 1 bottle  "Warm cherry fruit, sappy and spicy, with delicate savoury nuances and hints of mocha."


Crianza, Vina Belezos, Bodegas Zugober 2009, Rioja, Spain

x 1 bottle  "Sweet strawberry fruit with real lift & freshness, racy & transparent with a dry appetising finish."


Rosario Cabernet Sauvignon 2012, Valle Central, Maipo, Chile

x 1 bottle  "An approachable red with bright berry aromas, a fresh open palate and soft, ripe tannins."  



To take advantage of this offer please contact Corney & Barrow on Tel: 01875 321921, ask for Tina or Carol and please quote "Pitlochry Festival Theatre Wine Club".


About Corney & Barrow

corney-and-barrow_royal-appointmentBy Royal Appointment:

Corney & Barrow hold Royal Warrants which date back to George V in 1912, when they were first introduced. Royal Warrants are a mark of recognition to individuals or companies who have supplied goods or services for at least five years to the Royal family. Warrants have always been regarded as demonstrating excellence and quality and are highly prized.

Corney & Barrow currently holds two Royal Warrants, as suppliers to HM Queen Elizabeth II and HRH The Prince of Wales. They are the only wine company to have held three Royal Warrants concurrently, as suppliers to HM Queen Elizabeth II, HRH The Prince of Wales and, formerly, the late HM Queen Elizabeth, The Queen Mother.



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