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Myton Hill new range of £4 a bottle wine inc rose, merlot, chardonnay, sauvignon blanc & pinot grigio @ Morrisons
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Myton Hill new range of £4 a bottle wine inc rose, merlot, chardonnay, sauvignon blanc & pinot grigio @ Morrisons

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Posted 14th Sep 2018

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Just seen that Morrisons have launched a range of wines all for £4 each called Myton Hill (Sorry not in Scotland) Varies by store what they have but online for me they have

Tempranillo - Spanish 12.5% abv
Shiraz - Californian 13% abv
Chardonnay - Moldovian 12.5% abv
Rose - Spanish 11.5% abv
Pinot Grigio - Moldovian 12.5% abv
Sauvignion Blanc - South African 12.5% abv


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On their Facebook page they also say that they have cabernet sauvignon as well but I can't find online. Might make a nice change from Aldi and definitely worth a taste at £4 - cheers!


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I'm going to England the week after next, I can pick you up a bottle
At £4 a bottle these would have been selling at a loss ten years ago.

I'll be amazed if they are drinkable but will probably try the tempranillo - Morrisons had a niceish Rioja Joven at something like £4.30 a couple of years ago.
j2theg15/09/2018 12:34

At £4 a bottle these would have been selling at a loss ten years ago. I'll …At £4 a bottle these would have been selling at a loss ten years ago. I'll be amazed if they are drinkable but will probably try the tempranillo - Morrisons had a niceish Rioja Joven at something like £4.30 a couple of years ago.


Let us know what its like if you try it - at £4 a bottle I thought was worth a go - you pay more than that for a glass in a pub and thats usually awful
emribena15/09/2018 12:40

Let us know what its like if you try it - at £4 a bottle I thought was …Let us know what its like if you try it - at £4 a bottle I thought was worth a go - you pay more than that for a glass in a pub and thats usually awful


Got a bottle of the tempranillo yesterday. It really is £4 and accordingly the bottle and labels look as cheap as it gets, with the only meaningful information being "tempranillo" and "wine of spain", indicating that it is a blend of mostly tempranillo grapes from different locations and different years, and could even be finished wines mixed together - who knows really. It's Spanish plonk and so yes, it's rough.

But.. for the price it's actually drinkable. I'll never buy it again unless I'm desperate to save money (Morrisons have good wines at the £5-6 mark) but it went down better than expected. It's nice and dry with jammy fruit to the forefront. Would suit students, would suit those making mulled wine/sangria/calimocho/etc, and it's excellent value for cooking with (I don't care what anyone says, cooking wine never needs to be expensive). You could just about get away with buying a few bottles as party swill for non-judgemental guests. In short, it's Just OK, and at that price Just OK is what you're looking for. A worthy loss-leader.

Right, where's my newspaper column?
j2theg02/10/2018 13:31

Got a bottle of the tempranillo yesterday. It really is £4 and accordingly …Got a bottle of the tempranillo yesterday. It really is £4 and accordingly the bottle and labels look as cheap as it gets, with the only meaningful information being "tempranillo" and "wine of spain", indicating that it is a blend of mostly tempranillo grapes from different locations and different years, and could even be finished wines mixed together - who knows really. It's Spanish plonk and so yes, it's rough.But.. for the price it's actually drinkable. I'll never buy it again unless I'm desperate to save money (Morrisons have good wines at the £5-6 mark) but it went down better than expected. It's nice and dry with jammy fruit to the forefront. Would suit students, would suit those making mulled wine/sangria/calimocho/etc, and it's excellent value for cooking with (I don't care what anyone says, cooking wine never needs to be expensive). You could just about get away with buying a few bottles as party swill for non-judgemental guests. In short, it's Just OK, and at that price Just OK is what you're looking for. A worthy loss-leader.Right, where's my newspaper column?


Hark at you Jilly Goolden! Thanks for the review
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emribena1 m ago

Hark at you Jilly Goolden! Thanks for the review [Image]


Heh, I used to sell wine for a living so I'm adept at acting like I know what I'm on about.
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