Campo Viejo Tempranillo Rioja - 3 bottles (75cl) for £14 - ASDA
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Campo Viejo Tempranillo Rioja - 3 bottles (75cl) for £14 - ASDA

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Found 26th MarEdited by:"kkwiatkowski"
ASDA is currently doing offer on 3 for the price of 2 on some wines!!!

When you do your maths Campo Viejo Tempranillo Rioja (and many others) is down to as little as £4.67 per bottle!


Looks like it's in stores nationwide


Quite a bargain
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I usually buy Lidl's Rioja at £4.49 a bottle… exactly the same bottle in Lidl Spain is only 1.89 Euro!
MATHS !!!! unless you are a citizen of the USA
pa55word1238 m ago

MATHS !!!! unless you are a citizen of the USA


It's neither MATH nor MATHS. Its ARITHMETIC!
qbs40 m ago

It's neither MATH nor MATHS. Its ARITHMETIC!



Perhaps for one of your intellect it is simply sums or adding up
pa55word1235 m ago

Perhaps for one of your intellect it is simply sums or adding up


Sums - yes. Adding up - maybe. Multiplication or division - certainly.
fearona14 m ago

Been on …Been on weekshttps://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/asdas-new-3-for-2-wine-deal-is-a-corker-in-store-only-2908487Also heres the list of the 60 wines available on the 3 4 2 offerhttps://corporate.asda.com/newsroom/2018/03/09/asdas-new-3-for-2-deal-is-a-corker


"Not available in Scotland." The curse strikes again.


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pa55word1233 h, 35 m ago

MATHS !!!! unless you are a citizen of the USA


I stand corrected ;p
kkwiatkowski33 m ago

I stand corrected ;p



Neither abbreviation is correct or incorrect. You may hear arguments for one being superior to the other, and there are logical cases for both sides. One could argue maths is better because mathematics ends in s, and one could argue math is better because mathematics is just a mass noun that happens to end in s. In any case, English usage is rarely guided by logic, and these usage idiosyncrasies are often arbitrary. If you were raised in a part of the world where people say maths, then maths is correct for you, and the same is of course true of math. Don’t listen to anyone who says otherwise.


It’s sometimes surprising how much argument and disagreement small differences such as that single letter can make. Readers in the UK, for example, sometimes get very upset if someone writes “math” rather than “maths”. No doubt the reverse is true in the US. In practice, it’s simply worth being aware of the geographical differences so that you can use the correct form of the word in your writing.
qbs5 h, 43 m ago

It's neither MATH nor MATHS. Its ARITHMETIC!


And here's me thinking it was "SUMS"
Never tasted the 2011 vintage... Had two bottles of the 2014 over the weekend which was very nice. Anyone had this year???
fearona3 h, 24 m ago

Neither abbreviation is correct or incorrect. You may hear arguments for …Neither abbreviation is correct or incorrect. You may hear arguments for one being superior to the other, and there are logical cases for both sides. One could argue maths is better because mathematics ends in s, and one could argue math is better because mathematics is just a mass noun that happens to end in s. In any case, English usage is rarely guided by logic, and these usage idiosyncrasies are often arbitrary. If you were raised in a part of the world where people say maths, then maths is correct for you, and the same is of course true of math. Don’t listen to anyone who says otherwise.It’s sometimes surprising how much argument and disagreement small differences such as that single letter can make. Readers in the UK, for example, sometimes get very upset if someone writes “math” rather than “maths”. No doubt the reverse is true in the US. In practice, it’s simply worth being aware of the geographical differences so that you can use the correct form of the word in your writing.


Nicely put. Although nothing displeases me more than grammar Nazis. If we live in a world where people are made to feel ashamed or embarrassed for the way they express themselves, then people need to get their priorities straightened out. Sometimes it is actually hard to understand what someone is trying to say, but I make the effort to try to do so without shaming someone in the process.
Edited by: "Dekard97" 26th Mar
indianajon8 h, 11 m ago

I usually buy Lidl's Rioja at £4.49 a bottle… exactly the same bottle in Li …I usually buy Lidl's Rioja at £4.49 a bottle… exactly the same bottle in Lidl Spain is only 1.89 Euro!


If you go to Spain, this Campo is in a white labelled bottle and is so mich cheaper.

As far as I can tell, the yellow labelled Campo in the UK used to be a much nicer Rioja, but they very sneekily changed the shape of the yellow label slightly and sold the cheaper wine for the same price.
Emeye6 h, 1 m ago

If you go to Spain, this Campo is in a white labelled bottle and is so …If you go to Spain, this Campo is in a white labelled bottle and is so mich cheaper.As far as I can tell, the yellow labelled Campo in the UK used to be a much nicer Rioja, but they very sneekily changed the shape of the yellow label slightly and sold the cheaper wine for the same price.


As far as I'm aware white spanish Campo is weaker (usually between 12-13%) and lacks the depth and aroma of the yellow one.
In Spain the white version is Tempranillo which goes for a very early staged wine and yellow is Crianza which is early (usually 2 years and 6 moths in oak) and much more refined.
For some strange reason they kept yellow label for Tempranillo version in UK ^^
Edited by: "kkwiatkowski" 27th Mar
kkwiatkowski7 h, 34 m ago

As far as I'm aware white spanish Campo is weaker (usually between 12-13%) …As far as I'm aware white spanish Campo is weaker (usually between 12-13%) and lacks the depth and aroma of the yellow one.In Spain the white version is Tempranillo which goes for a very early staged wine and yellow is Crianza which is early (usually 2 years and 6 moths in oak) and much more refined.For some strange reason they kept yellow label for Tempranillo version in UK ^^


Much cleaner description than me - a definite case of establishing a brand and then screwing us gullible UK consumers - the Spanish wouldn't take it.
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