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Get Wine Chosen by Eater’s Editors Delivered to Your Door

Eater London has partnered with Raw Wine to bring our readers a special selection of great bottles every month

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One of the things we at Eater London love most about eating out is drinking wine.

Say hi to Eater London’s new link-up with Raw Wine, a rotating selection of Eater editors’s 10 favourite bottles, featuring a few choice producers from around the world, that can be delivered right to your doorstep.

For our September instalment, which is now live, we’re excited about a skin-contact amber wine from Gotsa Wines in Georgia, a classic-not-classic malbec-merlot blend from Parlange & Illouz in the south-west of France, Frank Cornelissen’s renowned Sicilian Sususcaru, and a chenin blanc pet-nat from Jauma in Australia’s McLaren Vale.

Raw was founded by Isabelle Legeron, Master of Wine — now an internationally beloved natural wine festival Raw Wine with fairs in London, New York, and Los Angeles. The partnership between Eater London and Raw comes as Eater at large delves deeper into the world of vinification and sommelier-approved wines to enjoy at home, through the now nearly two-year-old Eater Wine Club.

Take a look at the latest Eater selection here, and let us know what you make of the wines on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter.

Until next month, cheers.

—Adam and Patty