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WEEKEND ONLY  French Bordeaux £3.39 @ Lidl
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WEEKEND ONLY French Bordeaux £3.39 @ Lidl

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Posted 20th Jun
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Im sure some wine snobs are going to slag this wine off as it Lidl but i kid you not it tastes amazing
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justabout7220/06/2019 11:48

General rule of thumb. The hotter the country the better the wine. French …General rule of thumb. The hotter the country the better the wine. French wine meh...



I'm a big fan of Saudi Arabian malbec.
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Good price for a drinkable wine. Have had it before and am not sure I'd call it "amazing" though.
after a bottle ???? it was amazing
Edited by: "RUSSt" 20th Jun
Waiting for the German Bordeaux!
Got this last time they reduced it ... it's drinkable, but would be disappointed had I paid £4.99 for it
I'll assume it'll not be available in Scotland due to the stupid min pricing laws.
chillyemily20/06/2019 11:44

I'll assume it'll not be available in Scotland due to the stupid min …I'll assume it'll not be available in Scotland due to the stupid min pricing laws.



First I have heard of that mentioned on this site, is it a new thing?
General rule of thumb. The hotter the country the better the wine. French wine meh...
chillyemily20/06/2019 11:44

I'll assume it'll not be available in Scotland due to the stupid min …I'll assume it'll not be available in Scotland due to the stupid min pricing laws.


50p per unit, so if it has >7 units no.
justabout7220/06/2019 11:48

General rule of thumb. The hotter the country the better the wine. French …General rule of thumb. The hotter the country the better the wine. French wine meh...



I'm a big fan of Saudi Arabian malbec.
No White wine?
reindeer20/06/2019 13:44

I'm a big fan of Saudi Arabian malbec.


Barefoot do a nice malbec
reindeer20/06/2019 13:44

I'm a big fan of Saudi Arabian malbec.


Peasant! I prefer my wine from the surface of the sun
fearona20/06/2019 11:45

First I have heard of that mentioned on this site, is it a new thing?



The SNP Government introduced it in May last year. £4.69 is now the minimum price for a typical bottle of red in Scotland. The Welsh government are also wanting to introduce similar min pricing.
justabout7220/06/2019 11:48

General rule of thumb. The hotter the country the better the wine. French …General rule of thumb. The hotter the country the better the wine. French wine meh...



This is completely inaccurate.

Maybe your general opinion but is by no means a general rule of thumb.
chillyemily20/06/2019 16:17

The SNP Government introduced it in May last year. £4.69 is now the …The SNP Government introduced it in May last year. £4.69 is now the minimum price for a typical bottle of red in Scotland. The Welsh government are also wanting to introduce similar min pricing.



Maybe you missed the irony in my post
Edited by: "fearona" 20th Jun
chookaroo20/06/2019 11:15

Got this last time they reduced it ... it's drinkable, but would be …Got this last time they reduced it ... it's drinkable, but would be disappointed had I paid £4.99 for it


Hardly surprising after costs, tax and logistics taken into account.
Value of the actual wine in a bottle at this price is less than 30p.
Wine vinegar is better value...

gavinquinney.com/201…875
Edited by: "robatt" 20th Jun
simate20/06/2019 22:06

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Really? I seem to get on with them on. Of course there will be exceptions, but that applies anywhere !
fearona20/06/2019 11:45

First I have heard of that mentioned on this site, is it a new thing?


Check my Asda deal, loads of amazing liquor discounts, mainly not in Scotland :/
justabout7220/06/2019 11:48

General rule of thumb. The hotter the country the better the wine. French …General rule of thumb. The hotter the country the better the wine. French wine meh...


Been a while since I tried this thedrinkingmansguidetoscotland.com/cai…tml

Cairn O'Mohr winery near Aberdeen.

After a few glasses, you "Care No More", about anything
robatt20/06/2019 17:09

Hardly surprising after costs, tax and logistics taken into account.Value …Hardly surprising after costs, tax and logistics taken into account.Value of the actual wine in a bottle at this price is less than 30p.Wine vinegar is better value...http://gavinquinney.com/2019/01/29/19-unpalatable-truths-about-uk-wine-duty/?doing_wp_cron=1561047089.8089969158172607421875


Interesting article. Does that mean Chilean wine gives you the most bang for your buck then?
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