Monte Bello Red Cooking Wine at Waitrose 2 for the price of 1 90p @ Waitrose
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Monte Bello Red Cooking Wine at Waitrose 2 for the price of 1 90p @ Waitrose

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Found 17th Apr 2017
Saw this deal in Waitrose for buy one get one free for Monte Bello Red cooking wine for only 90p for 2. Same offer on for
Monte Bello White Cooking Wine
Uses for the red
The perfect ingredient for dishes such as a chilli con carne and Bolognese sauce. Ideal for use in traditional meat and game dishes, hot pots, gravies, sauces, casseroles, soups and marinades.
Uses for the white
The perfect ingredient for classic fish and poultry dishes such as Moules Mariniere and Chicken Chasseur. Ideal for use in gravies, sauces, casseroles, soups and marinades.
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sradmad

Nice find summer, and so versatile, heat


Thanks sradmad, thought I would try this for a change. Bought a cheap bottle of wine for cooking the other night, but the wine was really too nice to cook with
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Heat added summer perfect with my popcorn
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thewongwing101

Heat added summer perfect with my popcorn


Thanks wongy, did you go for the red or the white wine X)
Nice find summer, and so versatile, heat
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sradmad

Nice find summer, and so versatile, heat


Thanks sradmad, thought I would try this for a change. Bought a cheap bottle of wine for cooking the other night, but the wine was really too nice to cook with
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vassy4u

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Thanks vassy
summerof76

Thanks sradmad, thought I would try this for a change. Bought a cheap … Thanks sradmad, thought I would try this for a change. Bought a cheap bottle of wine for cooking the other night, but the wine was really too nice to cook with



We usually end up using the 'free' wine from Meal Deals (Waitrose and M&S mostly). Not a big wine drinker at all so it's less of a waste to put it in the pot than it is to pretend I like drinking it.
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Muir

We usually end up using the 'free' wine from Meal Deals (Waitrose and M&S … We usually end up using the 'free' wine from Meal Deals (Waitrose and M&S mostly). Not a big wine drinker at all so it's less of a waste to put it in the pot than it is to pretend I like drinking it.


Well done Muir, its nice to be put to good use
I've used this several times in the past and it adds amazing flavour to many many dishes.

This is a great price I'll pop down to Waitrose first thing in the morning and stock up!

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summerof76

Well done Muir, its nice to be put to good use



Thanks - and this is a great deal too, a good size and I'd definitely pick some up if I didn't still have some in reserve. I know it's not a popular opinion, but I never really 'got' wine. It just tastes sour to me (like most alcohol). So while I'm a little unhappy that it's ingrained enough in society that meals (like the Meal Deal) are expected to come with wine (or a much-lower-value non-alcoholic option), it's still a good deal if it can be repurposed.
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pennyfarthing88

I've used this several times in the past and it adds amazing flavour to … I've used this several times in the past and it adds amazing flavour to many many dishes. This is a great price I'll pop down to Waitrose first thing in the morning and stock up! Heat


Pleased to hear you have tried this Penny as I hate to use bottled wine for cooking as its such a waste X)
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twitwoo

My type of cooking summer...Hot


Thanks tawny, A moment on the lips a lifetime on the hips X)
Bought a bottle of the red last week. Absolutely horrible, better off putting it down the sink or using it as wallpaper stripper.
If you wouldn't drink it then it's not good enough to go in your food.
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reggie1888

Bought a bottle of the red last week. Absolutely horrible, better off … Bought a bottle of the red last week. Absolutely horrible, better off putting it down the sink or using it as wallpaper stripper.


Will you let me know if its any good for stripping wallpaper X)
reggie1888

Bought a bottle of the red last week. Absolutely horrible, better off … Bought a bottle of the red last week. Absolutely horrible, better off putting it down the sink or using it as wallpaper stripper.


Hardly surprising - why would you drink a cooking wine described as 'lightly seasoned with salt'? It's to cook with - not to drink as it is.
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Newbold

Hardly surprising - why would you drink a cooking wine described as … Hardly surprising - why would you drink a cooking wine described as 'lightly seasoned with salt'? It's to cook with - not to drink as it is.


Thanks Papa Lazarou
summerof76

Thanks Papa Lazarou


No problem....you're my wife now.
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Newbold

No problem....you're my wife now.


I was wondering where my wedding ring went X)
Checked it out yesterday - a tiny plastic bottle, 99p each and no mention of "2 for the price of 1".
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AhmadK74

Checked it out yesterday - a tiny plastic bottle, 99p each and no mention … Checked it out yesterday - a tiny plastic bottle, 99p each and no mention of "2 for the price of 1".COLD


You were too late - the offer's finished. Thanks OP.
Newbold

You were too late - the offer's finished. Thanks OP.



Was it one day only?
And as I pointed out, it was a rubbish offer anyway..
AhmadK74

Was it one day only?And as I pointed out, it was a rubbish offer anyway..


It was a standard Waitrose offer lasting for the same length of time as most of their offers. It was a genuine BOGOF offer unavailable anywhere else and of considerable use to those who cook. Sorry it didn't suit you but it did the rest of us.
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