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Chateau Neuf Du Pape Grande Reserve only £7.00! Rolled back from £15. Instore and online @ Asda.

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Chateau Neuf Du Pape Grande Reserve only £7! Rolled back from £15. Instore and online. A bargain price for a decent wine. Read More
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Chateau Neuf Du Pape Grande Reserve only £7! Rolled back from £15. Instore and online.

A bargain price for a decent wine.
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#1
My fave wine
#2
yum !
#3
My top wine too!
#4
Reminds me of Del boy!
#5
Yuk!!
It's some generic grenache mix that they bought for a euro or so - add the duty vat and shipping plus ASDA profit margin (50%) and voila! £7.00.

15 was a right rip off. Dont be fooled - this was never a 15 quid wine. JP chenet lovers however will love it as it as it is a we but better quality wise.

If you want real S Frecnh stuff then lsfine wines dot com is the place to go. I have no connection other than being a very happy customer.
#6
Who makes this wine? Hate when people say Chateauneuf Du Pape is their favourite wine, its an area, not a wine maker - there is massive variation within the region.
1 Like #7
Mmmmm my favourite Appellation d'Origine Contrôlée! :)

Chateauneuf du Pape means the New Castle of the Pope which is strange because one of my other favourite drinks has the word Newcastle in its name too!
#8
Like a bottle of Chateauneuf du Pape, I’m fine like wine when I start to rap.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4ItdKOXH3qA
#9
They aint got any in the Rawtenstall branch, so ive just bought a Corbierre
#10
Bought a box of this last time it was on offer. Fantastic wine and deal!
#11
truemanoid
They aint got any in the Rawtenstall branch, so ive just bought a Corbierre


Vauxhall or Ford ?
#12
you cant say this is goood wine full stop. Every year vintage is different so every year quality in that area differs. I could say I like lindermans because they source there stuff from all over, but this is region specific. bear that in mind when saying it is the best.
#13
BeerGoggles;8817909
you cant say this is goood wine full stop. Every year vintage is different so every year quality in that area differs. I could say I like lindermans because they source there stuff from all over, but this is region specific. bear that in mind when saying it is the best.


Looking at yr name you should be a beer snob and not a wine snob! :whistling:
#14
Tonnes of wine pricks in here tonight! ;)
#15
Reminds me of a come dine with me episode, one of the guests brought this wine to every meal for herself because she didn't want to drink cheap rubbish!:roll::roll:
1 Like #16
This may well be a good Chateauneuf (I looked on the ASDA website but there is no description or picture there at the moment) but don't get carried away with the term 'Grande Reserve'.

This isn't a controlled term in France (unlike Spain and Italy - 'reserva'/'riserva'), so they can use the term regardless of the quality of the wine......although WHO would ever think a supermarket chain would stick a posh name on a label just so they could increase their profits! :whistling:

I've made this mistake in the past with a St Emilion 'half price' deal at Tesco, buying four bottles trusting that Tesco would not sell a wine substandard to the expected quality for that region...yuh, I know NOW! :thinking:

I'll certainly be picking up a bottle today and, if it is good, then I'll be nipping back in there next time I pass.

A simple rule with wine is:

The best wines are the wines you like!
#17
Why not save yourself £3 and buy a mcguigan shiraz viognier in tesco. On offer at the moment and a far better wine imho.
#18
Yogiboys
Why not save yourself £3 and buy a mcguigan shiraz viognier in tesco. On offer at the moment and a far better wine imho.

Because it's a wine made in a different country from a different grape, and beyond the colour shares very little (if anything) in common?

You may as well suggest buying apples instead of strawberries, since they're cheaper after all.
#19
Lymey
This may well be a good Chateauneuf (I looked on the ASDA website but there is no description or picture there at the moment) but don't get carried away with the term 'Grande Reserve'.

This isn't a controlled term in France (unlike Spain and Italy - 'reserva'/'riserva'), so they can use the term regardless of the quality of the wine......although WHO would ever think a supermarket chain would stick a posh name on a label just so they could increase their profits! :whistling:

I've made this mistake in the past with a St Emilion 'half price' deal at Tesco, buying four bottles trusting that Tesco would not sell a wine substandard to the expected quality for that region...yuh, I know NOW! :thinking:

I'll certainly be picking up a bottle today and, if it is good, then I'll be nipping back in there next time I pass.

A simple rule with wine is:

The best wines are the wines you like!


+1 - OH loves this type of wine so may pop in today and get him a bottle. If any good will buy loads more at this price.

Has anyone tasted it yet? And is the offer still on?
1 Like #20
kaks26
+1 - OH loves this type of wine so may pop in today and get him a bottle. If any good will buy loads more at this price.

Has anyone tasted it yet? And is the offer still on?


I bought and drank a bottle on Friday. I haven't had a bottle of Chateau Neuf Du Pape. It was very plummy, minerally, a slow drinking wine you can truly apreciate. £7 a bottle is more than I'd regularly pay so I don't think I'll be stocking up, but it is good stuff, different to the sweeter/smooter Casillero del Diablo and Yellow Label Wolf Blass, which are both excellent new world reds, quite aromatic.

There is also a nice Red Bordeux in Morrisons for £5.49 (plus 10% off if you buy 4 of any wines), the Casillero del Diablo red is 4.49 in Morrisons that goes down to about £4 with the discount
#21
400lbBench
I bought and drank a bottle on Friday. I haven't had a bottle of Chateau Neuf Du Pape. It was very plummy, minerally, a slow drinking wine you can truly apreciate. £7 a bottle is more than I'd regularly pay so I don't think I'll be stocking up, but it is good stuff, different to the sweeter/smooter Casillero del Diablo and Yellow Label Wolf Blass, which are both excellent new world reds, quite aromatic.

There is also a nice Red Bordeux in Morrisons for £5.49 (plus 10% off if you buy 4 of any wines), the Casillero del Diablo red is 4.49 in Morrisons that goes down to about £4 with the discount


Thanks for info :) OH loves the stuff and I normally pay between £10-£15 for a bottle (as a treat for him) so may give this a bash and see what he thinks.

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