Asda - 3 for £10 wines now includes Lindemans Chardonnay Semillon/Cabernet Sauvignon-Syrah RRP £7.98 per bottle so potential savings of £13.94! - HotUKDeals
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Asda are advertising their 3 for £10 wines which now includes:
Lindemans Chardonnay Semillon £7.98
Lindemans Cabernet Sauvignon-Syrah £7.98
Mateus Rose £4.36
Beringer Californian Collection Chardonnay £5.98
Beringer Californian Collection Zinfandel Rose £5.98
Via Veccio Rose £5.97
Blossom Hill Chenin Blanc £5.46
Blossom Hill White Grenache £5.32

Some fantastic savings to be had
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#1
I'll be heading down for the white grenache ;-) thanks
#2
sorry tried to add pic and failed miserably!
#3
Thats a great deal for some very drinkable wine. I just wish I had an ASDA near me.
#4
Great find. shame about the wines - what awful C**P supermarkets pedal these days!!

Do remember that anything if you are spending less than around £4.32 on a bottle you are giving more to the Chancellor in TAX than for the wine - and thats the last thing you want to be doing!

have some rep nevertheless!
#5
Mateus Rose! Hasn't everyone got all the table lamps they'll ever need?

Didn't know they are still trying to flog this awful stuff, where's the Black Tower and Blue Nun? - bring back the sixties!

Heat added though!
#6
The wine might be decent at £3 a bottle but those RRP prices are pure BS. Nobody ever buys them at those prices.
#7
Good deal, thanks. Personally I think we are getting our wine cheaper than ever and the supermarkets have some genuine bargains around.
Always buy these deals, why be a wine snob and pay a fortune for the pleasure:p
#8
alternate
The wine might be decent at £3 a bottle but those RRP prices are pure BS. Nobody ever buys them at those prices.


Exactly.
#9
Tesco's Cheap wines seem to be rubbish at the moment especially that own brand Australian, Asda definetely has the best deals around now, and the Lindemans is a case in point, very nice.
#10
Plenty of selection. Great deal. Blossom Hill White Zinfandel is a personal favourite and i just bought 3 bottles in Lidl at £2.99 each :-D:-D:-D
1 Like #11
Look out for great deals on NZ Sauvignon Blanc too. Great wines (esp the Marlborough ones) with genuine retails prices in the £6-£12 range but apparently they've had an exceptional season and there's a glut. They're trying to keep prices up but there have been deals already (Wairau Cove was in the Tesco 3 for £10 a few weeks back) and I suspect more to come.
#12
optombenno
Great find. shame about the wines - what awful C**P supermarkets pedal these days!!


alternate
The wine might be decent at £3 a bottle but those RRP prices are pure BS. Nobody ever buys them at those prices.


Well said !

It never ceases to amaze me how people are taken in by these offers.

Basically, even at the cheapest Supermarket prices, you're not getting a bargain.

The producing countries ship all the rubbish to the UK because they know the Brits are daft enough to buy it.
#13
lol, who cares! if you like it then 3 for £10 is a good deal!

makes me laugh when people try getting on their high horses about deals
1 Like #14
tuggy
Well said !

It never ceases to amaze me how people are taken in by these offers.

Basically, even at the cheapest Supermarket prices, you're not getting a bargain.

The producing countries ship all the rubbish to the UK because they know the Brits are daft enough to buy it.

No one is taken in - it's just cheap(ish) plonk for a low(ish) price. The only con is the claimed rrp. The real winner is the tax man but if you get a bottle of drinkable (be selective!) plonk for the price of a pint of beer that seems OK to me.

Re the rubbish being sent to the UK, where do you get the evidence from? In my experience the real rubbish stays at home as no professional importer would touch it. Stayed in a French Gite and the owner gave us a couple of bottles of the local stuff - I swear it had splinters in it! Because we don't make (much) wine ourselves I think we can be much more objective about what we buy and where we get it from. The average Brit knows a lot more about wine than the average French person these days.

If you like it, it's good wine - if you don't it isn't. Anything beyond that is fundamentally wine snobbery. Someone else can suggest a wine to try and I may agree but it's no one else's business to tell me what I like and don't like. I would usually draw the line at Mateus Rose - but on a warm evening and nothing else available......
#15
Besford
Look out for great deals on NZ Sauvignon Blanc too. Great wines (esp the Marlborough ones) with genuine retails prices in the £6-£12 range but apparently they've had an exceptional season and there's a glut. They're trying to keep prices up but there have been deals already (Wairau Cove was in the Tesco 3 for £10 a few weeks back) and I suspect more to come.


Besford
No one is taken in - it's just cheap(ish) plonk for a low(ish) price. The only con is the claimed rrp. The real winner is the tax man but if you get a bottle of drinkable (be selective!) plonk for the price of a pint of beer that seems OK to me.

Re the rubbish being sent to the UK, where do you get the evidence from? In my experience the real rubbish stays at home as no professional importer would touch it. Stayed in a French Gite and the owner gave us a couple of bottles of the local stuff - I swear it had splinters in it! Because we don't make (much) wine ourselves I think we can be much more objective about what we buy and where we get it from. The average Brit knows a lot more about wine than the average French person these days.

If you like it, it's good wine - if you don't it isn't. Anything beyond that is fundamentally wine snobbery. Someone else can suggest a wine to try and I may agree but it's no one else's business to tell me what I like and don't like. I would usually draw the line at Mateus Rose - but on a warm evening and nothing else available......


Good to know someone is informed on here, and not just being a wine snob.
I agree, the home markets don't keep the best stuff for themselves. They all want to make their money through exporting. The big supermarkets are very powerful buyers, don't need to buy wine like vinegar. They are also competing with each other for our money, we're not so stupid to drink stuff we don't like!

Thanks for the info on New Zealand wines:thumbsup: I will definitely be looking out for them:p

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#16
MAIA
Good to know someone is informed on here, and not just being a wine snob.
I agree, the home markets don't keep the best stuff for themselves. They all want to make their money through exporting. The big supermarkets are very powerful buyers, don't need to buy wine like vinegar. They are also competing with each other for our money, we're not so stupid to drink stuff we don't like!

Thanks for the info on New Zealand wines:thumbsup: I will definitely be looking out for them:p

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Thanks.

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