Oyster Bay Sauvignon Blanc 75Cl Tesco £8 bottle. 25% off 6 or more = £6 bottle.
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Oyster Bay Sauvignon Blanc 75Cl Tesco £8 bottle. 25% off 6 or more = £6 bottle.

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Found 13th Dec 2015
Sauvignon Blanc - White New Zealander Wine

Enticing tropical flavours, scented with fragrant passionfruit and a zesty freshness.

Pale straw green in colour with brilliant clarity, Oyster Bay Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc is zesty and aromatic with lots of lively, penetrating fruit characters. A concentration of tropical and gooseberry flavours with an abundant bouquet, it is a wine that is always crisp, elegant and refreshing.

Marlborough is New Zealand's largest and most renowned wine growing region. Characterised by a temperate, maritime climate, it produces intense, aromatic wines with trademark acidity.

The philosophy of Oyster Bay is to produce fine, distinctly regional Super Premium wines that are elegant and assertive, with glorious fruit flavours.

Pack Size: 75cl

Wine of Marlborough, New Zealand
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Tesco buys the left overs gives it a so called new Zealand name and sells to guiliable buyers evil stuff
mikeee

Tesco buys the left overs gives it a so called new Zealand name and … Tesco buys the left overs gives it a so called new Zealand name and sells to guiliable buyers evil stuff



​...this is a branded wine; I think you're mistaken
mikeee

Tesco buys the left overs gives it a so called new Zealand name and … Tesco buys the left overs gives it a so called new Zealand name and sells to guiliable buyers evil stuff


If you think Oyster Bay is a Tesco brand then I wouldn't take your opinion on any wine!
25% off ends today
at checkout it wont deduct the multibuy discount ? is it because this wine is already on offer
Cheaper in Sainsburys £7.75 or Waitrose for £7.39. As for it being a Tesco brand, don't think so.X)
Edited by: "Evouk" 13th Dec 2015
mikeee

Tesco buys the left overs gives it a so called new Zealand name and … Tesco buys the left overs gives it a so called new Zealand name and sells to guiliable buyers evil stuff



You obviously haven't done your research mate
karen2009

at checkout it wont deduct the multibuy discount ? is it because this … at checkout it wont deduct the multibuy discount ? is it because this wine is already on offer



you need to get it delivered today
So much wine so little time...
I got these for 5.04 a bottle using the Waitrose offer with £30 off first online shop. Got 23 bottles of good plonk, cider, sherry, Badger Ale, and a bottle of Cockburns for £143. Should have been £233.
And the £30 off code i was given in with my welcome letter didnt even work! So got one off the net, so it would seem anyone can use it. Worth checking before offer ends. Mont Gras Carmenere effectively for a fiver. Yum Yum.
turn the bottle to the rear read it find the place
mikeee

Tesco buys the left overs gives it a so called new Zealand name and … Tesco buys the left overs gives it a so called new Zealand name and sells to guiliable buyers evil stuff


Your ignorance of wine, marketing and the English language should all be an embarrassment to you. Your avatar isn't great either!
I'm a kiwi - Oyster Bay is an actual NZ brand. Though you are right - Tesco buys container ships full of unwanted NZ wine in huge plastic tanks & blends it all together and sells it for incredibly inflated prices. They label it with vineyard names that don't exist in New Zealand (try googling the crap names they come up with). It's a shame as Tesco are making a fortune from selling cheap crap. You can pay a bit more to buy much better quality wine from single vineyards. Even Aldi and Lidl sell better NZ wine than Tesco.
I love New Zealand wine, had a few tours of vineyards down there and fell in love with it, good deal this!
mikeee

Tesco buys the left overs gives it a so called new Zealand name and … Tesco buys the left overs gives it a so called new Zealand name and sells to guiliable buyers evil stuff



Your funny
I love the tesco xmas deals. Wine snobs wont be impressed but some solid deals around
patrick_000

I'm a kiwi - Oyster Bay is an actual NZ brand. Though you are right - … I'm a kiwi - Oyster Bay is an actual NZ brand. Though you are right - Tesco buys container ships full of unwanted NZ wine in huge plastic tanks & blends it all together and sells it for incredibly inflated prices. They label it with vineyard names that don't exist in New Zealand (try googling the crap names they come up with). It's a shame as Tesco are making a fortune from selling cheap crap. You can pay a bit more to buy much better quality wine from single vineyards. Even Aldi and Lidl sell better NZ wine than Tesco.



What about Cowrie Bay? Sold by Waitrose?
Evouk

Cheaper in Sainsburys £7.75 or Waitrose for £7.39. As for it being a T … Cheaper in Sainsburys £7.75 or Waitrose for £7.39. As for it being a Tesco brand, don't think so.X)




A free MyWaitrose card gives you an extra 10% off all wines at the moment, so it's actually £6.65 at Waitrose right now for one bottle.
mikeee

Tesco buys the left overs gives it a so called new Zealand name and … Tesco buys the left overs gives it a so called new Zealand name and sells to guiliable buyers evil stuff



It's not Tesco but even that comment is wrong. Tesco Finest has some great wines. Award winners no less but I wouldn't expect you to know this as your knowledge of wines seems limited to say the least.
This is a reasonable Savignon and at a good price point.
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