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Half Price and other Wine offers @ Tesco

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5y, 7m agoFound 5 years, 7 months ago
Blossom Hill Italian Spark Zin/Rose 75Cl Half Price Was £7.98 Now £3.99
Tesco Finest Vintage Champagne 75Cl was £25.99 now £12.99
Calloway Crossing Cabernet Shiraz 75Cl Half Price Was £9.49 Now £4.74
Jacobs Creek Reserve Shiraz 75Cl Was £9.99 Now £6.99
Rawnsley Estate Cabernet 75Cl Half Price Was £10.49 Now £5.24
Wolf Blass Yellow Label Cabernet Sauvignon 75Cl £4.49 Was £9.49 Now £5.00
Roko Cabernet Sauvignon 75Cl Half Price Was £8.99 Now £4.49
Gallo Five Oaks Cabernet Sauvignon 75Cl Half Price Was £9.99 Now £4.99
Turner Road Reserve Merlot 75Cl Half Price Was £9.99 Now £4.99

Blossom Hill Italian Spark Zin/Rose 75Cl Half Price Was £7.98 Now £3.99
Tesco Finest Vintage Champagne 75Cl was £25.99 now £12.99
Calloway Crossing Cabernet Shiraz 75Cl Half Price Was £9.49 Now £4.74
Jacobs Creek Reserve Shiraz 75Cl Was £9.99 Now £6.99
Rawnsley Estate Cabernet 75Cl Half Price Was £10.49 Now £5.24
Wolf Blass Yellow Label Cabernet Sauvignon 75Cl £4.49 Was £9.49 Now £5.00
Roko Cabernet Sauvignon 75Cl Half Price Was £8.99 Now £4.49
Gallo Five Oaks Cabernet Sauvignon 75Cl Half Price Was £9.99 Now £4.99
Turner Road Reserve Merlot 75Cl Half Price Was £9.99 Now £4.99
Berberana Rioja Reserva Etiqueta Negra 75Cl Half Price Was £10.99 Now £5.49
Hardys Crest Rose 75Cl Half Price Was £10.49 Now £5.24
sla Negra Cabernet Sauvignon Rose 75C Half Price Was £8.99 Now £4.49
Ogio Pinot Grigio Rose 75Cl Half Price Was £8.99 Now £4.49
Chateau De Ligny Chablis 75Cl Half Price Was £10.99 Now £5.49

Blossom Hill Merlot 18.7Cl Any 4 for £5.00
Storks Tower Tempranillo Shiraz Rose 75Cl SAVE £2.00 Was £6.79 Now £4.79
Tesco Finest Nero D Avola Rose 75Cl SAVE £2.00 Was £6.99 Now £4.99
Hardys Stamp Semillon Chardonnay 3Ltr SAVE £5.00 Was £19.99 Now £14.99
Mcguigan Classic Semillon Blanc 75Cl SAVE £2.00 Was £7.49 Now £5.49
Wolf Blass Yellow Label Sauvignon Blanc 75Cl SAVE £2.50 Was £9.49 Now £6.99
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#1
Some good prices there.

Vintage Champagne for £12.99 - how bad a year must that have been?
#2
abzorba
Some good prices there.

Vintage Champagne for £12.99 - how bad a year must that have been?

They can drop the price this much because of the vast "mark up" already on it and they can screw the poor producers on the price too. Happy days for tesco. :{
#3
Savage Motorspor
abzorba
Some good prices there.

Vintage Champagne for £12.99 - how bad a year must that have been?

They can drop the price this much because of the vast "mark up" already on it and they can screw the poor producers on the price too. Happy days for tesco. :{

"and they can screw the poor producers on the price too". These are vast multinationals not your local diary. If they dont like the price and make money on the deal they wouldn't trade with Tesco.
#4
pot_belly
"and they can screw the poor producers on the price too". These are vast multinationals not your local diary. If they dont like the price and make money on the deal they wouldn't trade with Tesco.

Not entirely true. It has been known that some big companies before give masses of work to a smaller company for an aggreed discounted price. So when the work given is 50%+ of the small company's income (making them depenent on the bigger company) all the big company has to do is after a while tell them they want a bigger discount or they will withdraw all the work. Thus crippling the smaller company even sending them out of business.
Good but ruthless business.

P.S. If the smaller company does accept (like they have a list of choices) they have to make savings somewhere so maybe cheaper/slave labour? Depends on country, ethics, business etc.

This is in no way aimed at any business or person/people.

Edited By: Savage Motorspor on Apr 19, 2011 12:32
#5
Still hot tho
#6
if the vintage is 2002 its a really good year, afterwards - 2003 on, are pretty mediocre
#7
I just checked and its 2006, so not only mediocre but practically cradle snatching.
#8
Savage Motorspor
pot_belly
"and they can screw the poor producers on the price too". These are vast multinationals not your local diary. If they dont like the price and make money on the deal they wouldn't trade with Tesco.

Not entirely true. It has been known that some big companies before give masses of work to a smaller company for an aggreed discounted price. So when the work given is 50%+ of the small company's income (making them depenent on the bigger company) all the big company has to do is after a while tell them they want a bigger discount or they will withdraw all the work. Thus crippling the smaller company even sending them out of business.
Good but ruthless business.

P.S. If the smaller company does accept (like they have a list of choices) they have to make savings somewhere so maybe cheaper/slave labour? Depends on country, ethics, business etc.

This is in no way aimed at any business or person/people.

How does your post in any way relate to any of the listed wines? You seem to be relating domestic tabloid tittle tattle to the international wine trade.
#9
Well the 2006 vintage is never going to be a classic but there have been some promising reports of early tastings. I've yet to try the Tesco's 2006 but the 2005 punched well above its weight and is an under-estimated year in my opinion.

Last Christmas I sampled well over 20 champagnes & sparkling wines and I rated the Tesco 2005 equal 3rd with the Heidseck Gold Top 2004 (A Martel Victoire 1998 and a Cristal 2002 taking the spoils). It put the 2000 Dom Perignon to shame. (Generally speaking I think the 2000 crop is highly over-rated).

The weather was so varied and localised in 2006 that one really has to evaluate the champagnes on a vinyard by vinyard basis. Could land an easy drinking bargain however.

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