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Co-op wine in brief
20 Jul 2012 by Richard Hemming
The UK-based Co-operative chain does everything from selling nappies to arranging funerals. It's a bank, a travel agent, a pharmacy, a farmer - and a wine merchant. So what follows is a bite-size review of their range. As befits a large, nationwide UK retailer, there are all sorts of styles offered, from familiar names and places - and there's nothing wrong with that. There are a few bum notes, but mostly the selection is solid, mainstream and consumer friendly with some particular highlights coming from a few classic European reds. Notes are arranged by style then by score in descending order. WHITE Errázuriz, Wild...

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