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M&S Wine Offers, cases from £36 for 6 bottles, £6 per bottle + £4.99 Delivery @ Marks & Spencer

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Seems all nice and romantic a middle class store selling better products to the ones prepared to pay, so it you don't want the illusion spoiled don't read any further.

The giveaway is the postcode on the rear label bottled by M44 6BD which is Kingsland drinks, an old run down red brick factory on the banks of the Manchester Ship Canal, next to one of the locks at Irlam which is perhaps where it derives its name. Huge polythene bladders full of generic wine arrive from wine producing countries to be bottled at this plant and various labels applied, and we don't know if this particular plonk is only Lock Keepers or is used for other generic labels and outlets.

Sorry to spoil an illusion if it has but this is the reality of what is going on behind the scenes.
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    Seems all nice and romantic a middle class store selling better products to the ones prepared to pay, so it you don't want the illusion spoiled don't read any further.

    The giveaway is the postcode on the rear label bottled by M44 6BD which is Kingsland drinks, an old run down red brick factory on the banks of the Manchester Ship Canal, next to one of the locks at Irlam which is perhaps where it derives its name. Huge polythene bladders full of generic wine arrive from wine producing countries to be bottled at this plant and various labels applied, and we don't know if this particular plonk is only Lock Keepers or is used for other generic labels and outlets.

    Sorry to spoil an illusion if it has but this is the reality of what is going on behind the scenes.
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    Thoughtful10/12/2021 15:14

    Seems all nice and romantic a middle class store selling better products …Seems all nice and romantic a middle class store selling better products to the ones prepared to pay, so it you don't want the illusion spoiled don't read any further.The giveaway is the postcode on the rear label bottled by M44 6BD which is Kingsland drinks, an old run down red brick factory on the banks of the Manchester Ship Canal, next to one of the locks at Irlam which is perhaps where it derives its name. Huge polythene bladders full of generic wine arrive from wine producing countries to be bottled at this plant and various labels applied, and we don't know if this particular plonk is only Lock Keepers or is used for other generic labels and outlets.Sorry to spoil an illusion if it has but this is the reality of what is going on behind the scenes.


    I assume the majority of Antipodean wine arrives this way. I can't imagine them shipping tons of glass around the world. Screw caps are good clues too!
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    LesD10/12/2021 15:47

    I assume the majority of Antipodean wine arrives this way. I can't …I assume the majority of Antipodean wine arrives this way. I can't imagine them shipping tons of glass around the world. Screw caps are good clues too!


    This one wasn't !

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