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Boil linger special cuvée at £29 a bottle and an extra 25% off when you buy 6 making it just £21.75 a bottle! Spend £60 and get 10p a litre of fuel as well!

Stock up for Christmas as this is normally £45 a bottle
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Cold. 3l of White Lightning is only £3
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anewman
You buy this for the name on the label more than the drink. Impresses the guests. Just like wearing branded clothing.

The words of an idiot.

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#1
or get £10 prosecco which tastes like champagne ;)
#2
You buy this for the name on the label more than the drink. Impresses the guests. Just like wearing branded clothing.
3 Likes #3
Prosecco is good, but not as impressive when you put your recycle bin out!!!!
3 Likes #4
Prosecco tastes good if you don't know what champagne tastes like
2 Likes #5
I can get it down to £16 a bottle with £20 off code and with 3 bottles of cheap plonk.
#6
What's the code?
1 Like #7
£20 off your first spend over £60: AFFVC2X72
#8
the £20 off £60 code works as long as you buy at least £20 of items not in the 25% off promotion. I ordered £38.68 of wine and £22 of other groceries and voucher worked fine.
#9
Not working for me and I ordered £30 of SMA with my plonk! Says not valid on alcohol.
#10
Just read no formula in T and C's. That'll explain it!
#11
We are the biggest market for Champagne outside of France. We drink twice as much as the Americans.
#12
I see two products that look the same, one is £24 before the discount?
#13
Prosecco and champagne have a very different taste. Bollinger at this price is a good deal! Hot from me!
10 Likes #14
Cold. 3l of White Lightning is only £3
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anewman
You buy this for the name on the label more than the drink. Impresses the guests. Just like wearing branded clothing.
fuhu78888
or get £10 prosecco which tastes like champagne ;)[/quote[quote=fuhu78888]or get £10 prosecco which tastes like champagne ;)


Agree and as good a taste as champagne and I've tasted champagne. Champagne good if you want to impress people who are shallow enough to be impressed by it lol. Good offer though if you get impressed easy :)
#16
If you're a pretentious snob, you could get 1 bottle of Bollinger to leave on display in the kitchen & 5 bottles of Prosecco.
#17
If you want to be a pretentious snob, you get 1 bottle of Bollinger to leave on display in the kitchen, and 5 bottles of Prosecco.
7 Likes #18
anewman
You buy this for the name on the label more than the drink. Impresses the guests. Just like wearing branded clothing.

The words of an idiot.
#19
or you could buy an empty bottle then fill it with lemonade, recork it and have it on display.
#20
martintaylor9400
If you want to be a pretentious snob, you get 1 bottle of Bollinger to leave on display in the kitchen, and 5 bottles of Prosecco.

A pretentious snob lol.. simply because people like champagne...
#21
Geemac
We are the biggest market for Champagne outside of France. We drink twice as much as the Americans.

True but they produce quite a bit more of their own than we do. Their own champagne equivalent (just like New Zealand and Australia) are very much on a par before someone says ' but it's not champagne' :)
1 Like #22
this deal is a load of bollingers
#23
The comments on this forum are amusing. So much pretentiousness and unfounded opinions. Keep them coming.
#24
People who enjoy Champagne are being suckered in by clever marketing and are just pretentious snobs.

Hats of to the Champagne Marketing Board for keeping the con going so long. That kind of marketing expertise doesn't come cheap, I guess that's what we're paying for. So much superior to the Prosecco Marketing Board. And well worth the extra money.

I'll stick to the Champagne on balance. Better than being one of the riff-raff.
1 Like #25
Nothing like a bit of Bolly!
#26
Most of the negative comments probably come from those who have only tried cheap and nasty champagne - and there is plenty of it about. Having tasted widely I can honestly say that Bollinger is well ahead of the vast majority and at this price it is a fantastic deal.
#27
20% voucher says expired now even adding £20 of other groceries?
#28
I like Krug but I also like Aldi Prosecco
#29
edgeone
I like Krug but I also like Aldi Prosecco

I like fillet steak but I also like burgers.

btw Aldi Champagne (Monsigny I believe) is also very nice at around £12

Edited By: fairytooth on Jul 29, 2014 12:13
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Excellent find, looks like I'll be having Bollinger and Westy 12 this Christmas.

And for all the Champagne haters out there, Patsy has a message for you 8)

http://i59.tinypic.com/20fswvn.jpg
#31
fairytooth
Having tasted widely I can honestly say that Bollinger is well ahead of the vast majority and at this price it is a fantastic deal.

Pretentious snob - apparently! ;)
1 Like #32
fuhu78888
or get £10 prosecco which tastes like champagne ;)

Prosecco isn't made by 'method champagnoise' - but Cava is!
#33
prosecco walks all over champs and cava all day, its so underrated, price has only increased over time proving the supermarkets have got wise to what people are drinking hence the massive drop in the prices of the other two
#34
I've had some nice Prosecco, but I've never had one that tasted the same as a decent Champagne. It's just a different thing - different grapes, different production process. The end result is similar, but not the same at all. A good Prosecco can be as good as (or better than) a lot of Champagnes, but it will still be different.

I do think there is a certain amount of brand snobbery around Champagne, and if you go to that region you can find thousands of small producers that often give the big brands a run for their money. But it's hard to argue that a drop of a very good Champagne like Dom Perignon isn't a wonderful thing.

People like to spend their disposable income on different things. I have no interest in video games, for example - the whole thing leaves me cold. Many people actually like Champagne; it's not brand snobbery or The Emperor's New Clothes - it's actually a taste we have. Please don't insult this by claiming to have seen through some sort of con trick.
1 Like #35
Actually, it's the Prosecco sellers who seem the rip-off these days. Bottles are around six or seven pounds and these same bottles a few years ago were selling for one or two euros in the supermarkets on the continent!
#36
fuel discount doesn't apply when purchasing alcohol. (former employee)
#37
Excludes Scotland????? I thought this was only brought in to stop the winos buying their Cider in bulk, surely it doesn't affect us at the top end?
#38
Yomanda
anewman
You buy this for the name on the label more than the drink. Impresses the guests. Just like wearing branded clothing.
fuhu78888
or get £10 prosecco which tastes like champagne ;)[/quote[quote=fuhu78888]or get £10 prosecco which tastes like champagne ;)

Agree and as good a taste as champagne and I've tasted champagne. Champagne good if you want to impress people who are shallow enough to be impressed by it lol. Good offer though if you get impressed easy :)

Champagne and prosecco are different drinks. It's like saying why buy beer when you can buy lager instead. Both have their appeals. Just because your palette cannot taste the difference, don't knock it.

I would rather have a nice bottle of Prosecco than a cheap bottle of champagne. By far. However this doesn't go by price. Some of the nicest prosecco I've had was 4€ a bottle in Italy. Given the choice, however, I prefer a decent champagne.

I guess there's a lot of people on this site who seem to vote something down when you've never tried it/don't want to pay for it. This is by far the best bottle of champagne you'll buy for £22. Don't want to spend £22 on a bottle? Then I'm sure Lidl has some cava for a couple of quid.


Edited By: bma1445 on Jul 29, 2014 13:13
#39
Besford
fairytooth
Having tasted widely I can honestly say that Bollinger is well ahead of the vast majority and at this price it is a fantastic deal.

Pretentious snob - apparently! ;)

I think you'll find pretence is based on when you haven't actually tried it and still need to give an opinion.

Snob? OK I can live with that if you admit you are a pleb.
#40
yaa, I teach drinking champagne to my children. Wondering what they will ask next. Do me a favour please pay your debts first, lol.

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