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September 04, 2005

Sainsbury's: where good wine costs less

I don't know what Andrew makes of this, but the Observer says:

2004 Sainsbury's Classic Selection Vintage Claret (£5.49, Sainsbury's)
Claret under £6 is often rather challenging, but this is a huge step up from the same supermarket's basic Bordeaux. It's fragrant, grassy and elegant with little or no oak and plenty of refreshing plum and cassis fruit.

Posted by Adrian Trenholm on September 4, 2005 at 12:00 PM in Food, Marketing | Permalink


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