25% off 6 bottles of wine priced £5 and over from 11th - 15th July exc Scotland - Magnum of Prosecco will be £12.37 @ Sainsburys
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25% off 6 bottles of wine priced £5 and over from 11th - 15th July exc Scotland - Magnum of Prosecco will be £12.37 @ Sainsburys

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Refreshed 12th Jul (Posted 6th Jul)
Just had an email from Sainsburys that their 25% six or more bottles of wine offer is back on from Wednesday 11th July to Sunday 15th July online and instore. Excludes Scotland and wines under £5, 200ml bottles and under, fortified wine, house wine and boxed wine.

They have their Taste the difference Conegliano Prosecco magnums on offer from £21 to £16.50 until 24th July so they will be £12.37 on the offer - not bad for a celebration
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i always buy their Shiraz house red box on these offers, great "2nd bottle". lets be honest no point in wasting a decent 2nd bottle if there's only 1/2 of you
A Magnum of lemonade will be considerably cheaper and won't taste all that different.
tighty24 m ago

i always buy their Shiraz house red box on these offers, great "2nd …i always buy their Shiraz house red box on these offers, great "2nd bottle". lets be honest no point in wasting a decent 2nd bottle if there's only 1/2 of you


You can't buy boxes or House wines in this offer any more.
stoko6 m ago

You can't buy boxes or House wines in this offer any more.



What?? now I'm sad

although just checked and the Campo Vieja reserva is currently at £8 so it will be £6 hooray, have to console myself with that. thanks for the heads up
qbs2 h, 54 m ago

A Magnum of lemonade will be considerably cheaper and won't taste all that …A Magnum of lemonade will be considerably cheaper and won't taste all that different.


Perhaps your taste buds aren't that sharp?
Gets good reviews
theguardian.com/lif…est
House6th Jul

Perhaps your taste buds aren't that sharp?Gets good reviews …Perhaps your taste buds aren't that sharp?Gets good reviews https://www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/2016/dec/28/best-worst-supermarket-prosecco-taste-test


Happy to say my taste buds are in excellent condition.
Prosecco's just the latest in a long line of heavily promoted/imaged wines, going back to Chianti and Beaujolais, through Liebfraumilch and Riesling, more recently Chardonnay then Pinot Grigio and now Prosecco. I've no doubt there may be some examples of Prosecco that are reasonably drinkable, if fizzy pop's your thing, but most, like their predecessors, will be poor wines being heavily promoted as the drink to be seen with, and quaffed by the bucket load by the not too discerning masses.
Clearly you consider yourself more qualified than the professional reviewers of this product. Perhaps you would like to review this particular bottle posted as a deal rather than casting wildly generalistic comments. We are here to find, review and discuss deals. If you want to review the entire industry perhaps this isn't the right site for you?
Edited by: "House" 7th Jul
qbs7th Jul

Happy to say my taste buds are in excellent condition. Prosecco's just the …Happy to say my taste buds are in excellent condition. Prosecco's just the latest in a long line of heavily promoted/imaged wines, going back to Chianti and Beaujolais, through Liebfraumilch and Riesling, more recently Chardonnay then Pinot Grigio and now Prosecco. I've no doubt there may be some examples of Prosecco that are reasonably drinkable, if fizzy pop's your thing, but most, like their predecessors, will be poor wines being heavily promoted as the drink to be seen with, and quaffed by the bucket load by the not too discerning masses.


Why does it matter if people actually enjoy it?

I mean I only drink things I like the taste of, or need to so that I stay alive, does that matter if it's Aldi Cola, Cows Milk, Single Malt Whiskey, or Prosecco?

People love marketing, and being marketed too, it is just how it is, follow the herd, do what others do etc. I am pretty sure everyone does it at some point in their lives.

Right, off to grab myself a bottle of Babycham and going outside to enjoy it with my lunch.
House7th Jul

Clearly you consider yourself more qualified than the professional …Clearly you consider yourself more qualified than the professional reviewers of this product. Perhaps you would like to review this particular bottle posted as a deal rather than casting wildly generalistic comments. We are here to find, review and discuss deals. If you want to review the entire industry perhaps this isn't the right site for you?


Just because something's popular doesn't mean it's good. Richmond's sausages are the nation's favourite apparently. Would you want to eat them?
Uncommon.Sense10 h, 39 m ago

Why does it matter if people actually enjoy it?I mean I only drink things …Why does it matter if people actually enjoy it?I mean I only drink things I like the taste of, or need to so that I stay alive, does that matter if it's Aldi Cola, Cows Milk, Single Malt Whiskey, or Prosecco?People love marketing, and being marketed too, it is just how it is, follow the herd, do what others do etc. I am pretty sure everyone does it at some point in their lives.Right, off to grab myself a bottle of Babycham and going outside to enjoy it with my lunch.


I stick to things I like rather than things somebody tells me to like.
Robbing ba*****s .. used to get my boxes of wine and sherry on this offer, and the gits stopped it. They can f themselves
qbs7th Jul

Happy to say my taste buds are in excellent condition. Prosecco's just the …Happy to say my taste buds are in excellent condition. Prosecco's just the latest in a long line of heavily promoted/imaged wines, going back to Chianti and Beaujolais, through Liebfraumilch and Riesling, more recently Chardonnay then Pinot Grigio and now Prosecco. I've no doubt there may be some examples of Prosecco that are reasonably drinkable, if fizzy pop's your thing, but most, like their predecessors, will be poor wines being heavily promoted as the drink to be seen with, and quaffed by the bucket load by the not too discerning masses.


Nothing like a wine offer to bring out the wine snobs!!
' Offer ends 15 July 2018. Offer not available in Scotland. Excludes bottles of wine under £5, bottles 200ml and under, all House wine, all fortified wine, boxed wine and gift sets.'
unhappybunny11th Jul

Robbing ba*****s .. used to get my boxes of wine and sherry on this offer, …Robbing ba*****s .. used to get my boxes of wine and sherry on this offer, and the gits stopped it. They can f themselves


The costs involved in the tie-up with Asda will change a lot of things you don't like....
...or you could go to Lidl and Aldi...
Murielson2 h, 59 m ago

Nothing like a wine offer to bring out the wine snobs!!


Typical reaction of somebody that doesn't know what they're speaking about, so says the first thing that enters their head.

Prosecco's the latest in a long line of heavily marketed, predominantly poor quality wines aimed at the mass market, giving a high return to the producers. Yes, there will be some that are perfectly acceptable, even quite good, but most will be mediocre at best. That's been the pattern for years.
If you want to drink overpriced "lemonade", it's up to you. To me, it's just the latest alcopop for the not too discerning/gullible consumer who's probably more concerned with image than taste.
Uncommon.Sense10th Jul

Why does it matter if people actually enjoy it?I mean I only drink things …Why does it matter if people actually enjoy it?I mean I only drink things I like the taste of, or need to so that I stay alive, does that matter if it's Aldi Cola, Cows Milk, Single Malt Whiskey, or Prosecco?People love marketing, and being marketed too, it is just how it is, follow the herd, do what others do etc. I am pretty sure everyone does it at some point in their lives.Right, off to grab myself a bottle of Babycham and going outside to enjoy it with my lunch.


Don't forget to pop a cherry on an umbrella cocktail stick into your Babycham
qbs7th Jul

Happy to say my taste buds are in excellent condition. Prosecco's just the …Happy to say my taste buds are in excellent condition. Prosecco's just the latest in a long line of heavily promoted/imaged wines, going back to Chianti and Beaujolais, through Liebfraumilch and Riesling, more recently Chardonnay then Pinot Grigio and now Prosecco. I've no doubt there may be some examples of Prosecco that are reasonably drinkable, if fizzy pop's your thing, but most, like their predecessors, will be poor wines being heavily promoted as the drink to be seen with, and quaffed by the bucket load by the not too discerning masses.


I travel to Treviso regularly because I love the region and love Prosecco. I've tried dozens of Prosecco brands and when in the UK this one is my favourite. I bet you pay £100 for a hdmi cable as you can see the difference in picture quality lol.
qbs7th Jul

Happy to say my taste buds are in excellent condition. Prosecco's just the …Happy to say my taste buds are in excellent condition. Prosecco's just the latest in a long line of heavily promoted/imaged wines, going back to Chianti and Beaujolais, through Liebfraumilch and Riesling, more recently Chardonnay then Pinot Grigio and now Prosecco. I've no doubt there may be some examples of Prosecco that are reasonably drinkable, if fizzy pop's your thing, but most, like their predecessors, will be poor wines being heavily promoted as the drink to be seen with, and quaffed by the bucket load by the not too discerning masses.


Also bet you are great fun at parties :-p
marskesean1 h, 8 m ago

I travel to Treviso regularly because I love the region and love Prosecco. …I travel to Treviso regularly because I love the region and love Prosecco. I've tried dozens of Prosecco brands and when in the UK this one is my favourite. I bet you pay £100 for a hdmi cable as you can see the difference in picture quality lol.


Poundland HDMI cables serve me just fine. Unlike prosecco quaffers, I'm well tuned in to the value of things. At a party, I'll leave the "lemonade" to those who like it.
Edited by: "qbs" 13th Jul
qbs21 h, 25 m ago

Typical reaction of somebody that doesn't know what they're speaking …Typical reaction of somebody that doesn't know what they're speaking about, so says the first thing that enters their head.Prosecco's the latest in a long line of heavily marketed, predominantly poor quality wines aimed at the mass market, giving a high return to the producers. Yes, there will be some that are perfectly acceptable, even quite good, but most will be mediocre at best. That's been the pattern for years.If you want to drink overpriced "lemonade", it's up to you. To me, it's just the latest alcopop for the not too discerning/gullible consumer who's probably more concerned with image than taste.


Didn't realise you knew me so well, oh hang on, you don't. Don't do prosecco, like red wine myself.

This is a site for offers and someone has posted this deal in good faith so people can make use of it. Up to them what they choose to drink without someone questioning their taste. Others have actually linked to reviews etc but you appear to be just giving your opinion on the industry.
Murielson1 h, 50 m ago

Didn't realise you knew me so well, oh hang on, you don't. Don't do …Didn't realise you knew me so well, oh hang on, you don't. Don't do prosecco, like red wine myself.This is a site for offers and someone has posted this deal in good faith so people can make use of it. Up to them what they choose to drink without someone questioning their taste. Others have actually linked to reviews etc but you appear to be just giving your opinion on the industry.


"Don't do prosecco, like red wine myself."

What would one "do" to prosecco? Is that all red wine?

It's a site where members can post deals and others can comment. Never trust "reviews" unless I know the track record of the reviewer.

And if you know anything about wine, you'd know that certain sectors of the industry seem to be permanently on the lookout for marketing ploys for their dubious products. Not unusual in a commercial environment.
qbs1 h, 25 m ago

"Don't do prosecco, like red wine myself."What would one "do" to prosecco? …"Don't do prosecco, like red wine myself."What would one "do" to prosecco? Is that all red wine?It's a site where members can post deals and others can comment. Never trust "reviews" unless I know the track record of the reviewer.And if you know anything about wine, you'd know that certain sectors of the industry seem to be permanently on the lookout for marketing ploys for their dubious products. Not unusual in a commercial environment.


Please accept that you had the last word as seems quite important to you. I'm out
Murielson20 m ago

Please accept that you had the last word as seems quite important to you. …Please accept that you had the last word as seems quite important to you. I'm out


Bit confrontational aren't you.
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