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25% off 6+ bottles of wine at Lidl (From 4 - 10 July)
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25% off 6+ bottles of wine at Lidl (From 4 - 10 July)

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Refreshed 7th Jul (Posted 27th Jun)Available: National

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From 4 - 10 July. A maximum of 24 bottles per customer.

Here's one I can recommend:
Chateau Prieuré de Blaignan Médoc
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Hope this helps although Asda & Tesco have a similar deal. So much choice!
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herrbz27/06/2019 17:39

Can't seem to filter by dietary requirement on their website which is weird


Wine is a dietary requirement in our house
Just one last comment on this which might be helpful to someone...

Lidl ran a limited wine promotion a few years back. The only wines on offer (at £2.99 a bottle) were their in-house Ozzie Shiraz & Merlot. There was no restriction on how much you could buy so I bought A LOT! (maybe 20 cases?) for stock. Last night I found an old case of the original 2016 Merlot. I opened it and it was just superb!

The point I'm making is these Lidl red wines are great for laying down (or piling up in your garage in my case). On Thursday, I personally plan to buy as much as I can carry. When we suicidally crash out of The EU with No Deal, I want to ensure I have sufficient alcohol on hand to drown my sorrows...
Edited by: "Joe90_guy" 2nd Jul
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So six bottles of these bad boys for £18 🤪. My favourite blow your socks off full bodied wine for under a fiver.
jeczap04/07/2019 17:40

So, in conclusion what you're saying is being part of the Single Market …So, in conclusion what you're saying is being part of the Single Market isn't really working out very well for us :/


The reason why le vin is considerably cheaper in France, as opposed to The UK, is our national government, the one YOU voted in, imposes higher levels of duty on wine than they do in France. It's roughly £2 a bottle here & I personally don't have a problem with this because tax has to come from somewhere.

You can't say The Single Market is dysfunctional or blame The 'Evil' EU when the very thing you don't happen to like, you have in effect done to yourselves!

PS - I bought another 4 cases at lunchtime which takes my daily tally up to 72 bottles. Thank you Lidl & happy 25th birthday...
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Can't seem to filter by dietary requirement on their website which is weird
herrbz27/06/2019 17:39

Can't seem to filter by dietary requirement on their website which is weird


Wine is a dietary requirement in our house
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leewills827/06/2019 18:00

Wine is a dietary requirement in our house


A Cider a day keeps the Dr away....
Is this restricted to their French 'posher' range or does it equally apply to their in-house Ozzie reds (it which case I'm stocking-up the garage!
Hope it does apply to the in-house ones. The Lidl Oz Shiraz, USA Merlot and Oz Chardonnay are outstanding for under a fiver. I could never understand why the bigger supermarkets are incapable of selling wine at that price point tasting anywhere near as nice as the Lidl bottles.
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It’s likely that they will apply a limit on the price per bottle to this as most supermarkets these days follow the minimum pricing guidelines on promotions like this
Sounds like a great offer
RayEdge-d2f52.3930227/06/2019 19:32

It’s likely that they will apply a limit on the price per bottle to this a …It’s likely that they will apply a limit on the price per bottle to this as most supermarkets these days follow the minimum pricing guidelines on promotions like this


Does that apply to England?
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So six bottles of these bad boys for £18 🤪. My favourite blow your socks off full bodied wine for under a fiver.
Next i'll pass you in a walkway as you drink from your brown paper bag.
00480028/06/2019 09:10

[Image] So six bottles of these bad boys for £18 🤪. My favourite blow …[Image] So six bottles of these bad boys for £18 🤪. My favourite blow your socks off full bodied wine for under a fiver.



£38 in Scotland...
HawickBalls28/06/2019 10:47

£38 in Scotland...

Can always move to pastures greener, or drive to England!
Bit like the old france runs years ago.
Never noticed any nice wine there, but it will be an opportunity to take a look
As it happens I've tried 8 different budget old world Lidl wines over the past week.

6 were pretty terrible. But the Nero N'Avola mentioned in another deal today is very nice. As is the £5.50 Rioja Crianza.

Tempted by the new world reccommendations in a post above but suspect the author has a sweeter tooth than me. Budget USA merlot is nearly always a bit off-dry.
Last time I downed 6 bottles of wine it did not end good
RayEdge-d2f52.3930227/06/2019 19:32

It’s likely that they will apply a limit on the price per bottle to this a …It’s likely that they will apply a limit on the price per bottle to this as most supermarkets these days follow the minimum pricing guidelines on promotions like this


#Sainsbury's
00480028/06/2019 09:10

[Image] So six bottles of these bad boys for £18 🤪. My favourite blow …[Image] So six bottles of these bad boys for £18 🤪. My favourite blow your socks off full bodied wine for under a fiver.


Fully agree! I drink a lot of pinotage in The Western Cape & the Lidl one compares quite well to what you buy in supermarkets there.

Never quite understand the snide attitude that some people have to Lidl wines. All three own-brand Ozzie reds are stunningly good quality wines. I've paid £30 a bottle for stuff from Berry Brothers and liked it less, yet some folks still cling to thinking the more you pay, the better it will be.
Gonna check that out. What paper is that advert from?
Mattf0128/06/2019 14:50

Gonna check that out. What paper is that advert from?


The in-store magazine.
Tesco running same offer of 25% off 6+ bottles
Yes Tesco & Asda now, when they finish head to Lidl... Hot!
Edited by: "angie14" 28th Jun
In the Birmingham area their Comte De Senneval Champagne is £7.99 a bottle due to overstocks of the 2016 vintage I’m told. With 25% off a case, that’s £6 a bottle. Ridiculous for Champagne!
Thanks for posting @anthony401 we have added this to today's Highlights page
Mattf0128/06/2019 14:50

Gonna check that out. What paper is that advert from?


Looks like the Lidl leaflet.
Just one last comment on this which might be helpful to someone...

Lidl ran a limited wine promotion a few years back. The only wines on offer (at £2.99 a bottle) were their in-house Ozzie Shiraz & Merlot. There was no restriction on how much you could buy so I bought A LOT! (maybe 20 cases?) for stock. Last night I found an old case of the original 2016 Merlot. I opened it and it was just superb!

The point I'm making is these Lidl red wines are great for laying down (or piling up in your garage in my case). On Thursday, I personally plan to buy as much as I can carry. When we suicidally crash out of The EU with No Deal, I want to ensure I have sufficient alcohol on hand to drown my sorrows...
Edited by: "Joe90_guy" 2nd Jul
Just got back from my local Lidl after doing my regular shop. I asked three different guys in the store whether this 25% off offer applied to ALL wines (except fortified ones).

The first said 'No, just the ones by the door'.

The second answered 'Yes, it applies to everything'.

The third guy on the checkout said 'Yes but if you want 24, it will have to be done as four separate transactions'.

I live in hope & I'll get there early but maybe I'll be coming back empty handed. We shall see...
Edited by: "Joe90_guy" 3rd Jul
It's on everything! Yay!!!!

Just got back with 4 cases of Shiraz, 3 of Cab Sauvignon & 1 of Merlot (all the Australian in-house brand). Genuinely classy wine for £3 (plus a few pennies) a bottle.

The eagle-eyed amongst you will have noticed I went around twice to get 48 bottles but no-one seemed to mind. Will probably get another 8 cases later on for emergency use.

Happy, happy!
Hot deal. Cimarosa reds give me a headache sadly.
Edited by: "Monaco.Blue" 4th Jul
Monaco.Blue04/07/2019 11:09

Hot deal. Cimarosa reds give me a headache sadly.



It £3.99 there's probably no grapes in it!
Just came from France. Have visited Lidl there and was shocked by the prices and variety of wines. Very cheap wines (3-4 euros) and good tastes. There were some 1.20 euro / bottle cooking wines.

Also was very surprised to see black caviar, truffles and foe gras being sold there!

Wish we had that prices and choices in the UK!
ansonuk104/07/2019 09:56

Wee Jimmy Krankie was voted in by the locals



Alcohol-related hospital admissions plunge since SNP came to power. The number of alcohol-related emergency hospital admissions in Scotland has fallen by more than 17% since the SNP came to power in 2007.

thenational.scot/new…er/

Up 15% in England:

digital.nhs.uk/dat…t-1

These policies work. I may not directly benefit from having to spend a couple more quid; but then i wouldn't be buying £4 wine anyway.
Edited by: "SpookieTristan" 4th Jul
SpookieTristan04/07/2019 14:10

Alcohol-related hospital admissions plunge since SNP came to power. The …Alcohol-related hospital admissions plunge since SNP came to power. The number of alcohol-related emergency hospital admissions in Scotland has fallen by more than 17% since the SNP came to power in 2007.https://www.thenational.scot/news/17723190.alcohol-related-hospital-admissions-plunge-since-snp-came-to-power/Up 15% in England: https://digital.nhs.uk/data-and-information/publications/statistical/statistics-on-alcohol/2019/part-1 These policies work. I may not directly benefit from having to spend a couple more quid; but then i wouldn't be buying £4 wine anyway.



Still the biggest boozers whooo
express.co.uk/new…own
BurgersBrookes28/06/2019 18:22

In the Birmingham area their Comte De Senneval Champagne is £7.99 a bottle …In the Birmingham area their Comte De Senneval Champagne is £7.99 a bottle due to overstocks of the 2016 vintage I’m told. With 25% off a case, that’s £6 a bottle. Ridiculous for Champagne!


Unfortunately that price is AFTER the 25% off - tried it today in Acocks Green!
Edited by: "Besford" 4th Jul
kudos1uk04/07/2019 15:04

Still the biggest boozers …Still the biggest boozers whooohttps://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/1142142/scots-alcohol-consumption-snp-cheap-booze-crackdown


Not sure of your point? That's why it's there/why it's working.

Also might want to think about Whisky (our biggest export- worth £5.5 billion). That will have a lot of units per purchase compared to somebody buying some stella down south.

scotsman.com/new…414
SpookieTristan04/07/2019 15:10

Not sure of your point? That's why it's there/why it's working. Also might …Not sure of your point? That's why it's there/why it's working. Also might want to think about Whisky (our biggest export- worth £5.5 billion). That will have a lot of units per purchase compared to somebody buying some stella down south.https://www.scotsman.com/news/scotch-whisky-s-contribution-to-uk-economy-up-10-1-4917414



But it's done by the pure alcohol unit so it's comparable if it's shandy or absinthe. It's not about the amount of liquid bought...
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