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Good value at Waitrose
20 Oct 2009 by Julia Harding MW
UK supermarket Waitrose, winner of the Decanter World Wine Awards 2009 Supermarket of the Year, which seems to be opening new branches like there's no tomorrow, continues to offer good value across a broad range or styles, as the relatively generous sprinkling of GV (good value) and the occasional VGV, attests. The Rhône 2007s were looking particularly good, as were the Waitrose own-label champagnes. This selection of around 150 wines, tasted over two days, is ordered as follows: sparkling, red, rosé, white, sweet, fortified (and by order tasted within each section). It doesn't include some of their posher, more expensive...

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