£3.67 a bottle - however do they do it?
1 Jun 2012 by Richard Hemming
The wine range at Asda, the no-nonsense UK supermarket chain, achieves the apparently impossible, for there are perfectly respectable bottles here priced as low as £3.67. How they manage to do it is beyond me - in fact I'd perhaps rather not know - but for bargain hunters, the Asda range is a tempting proposition. Between £5 and £10 there are a couple of strong performers too - the Petit Chablis in particular. Otherwise, the bulk of what I tasted has as good a quality as you could hope for at the prices, and to know that wine is so well represented to millions of weekly UK shoppers is really quite a heartening notion. Notes are...

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