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Booths, and the £3.60 bottle of red
14 Dec 2012 by Richard Hemming
This concludes this week's collection of reviews of retailers' ranges - though, believe it or not, there are at least two more to come (Asda and the Real Wine Company!). See also our  guide to who's selling what  for a guide to other, similar surveys of British retailers, many of whose wines are available internationally.  Booths is a regional supermarket chain, known colloquially as the Waitrose of the north. It's a fine compliment, although the Booths wine range can't quite match the diversity and quality of Waitrose - but then, neither can that of the other supermarkets. Generally, whites were better than reds. The...

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