Canny drinkers planning their Bank Holiday purchases may like to see the following details I have just received from Sainsbury’s. Follow the link to an earlier post (and scroll down) for wines that have previously appeared on this site. Sainsbury’s is offering 25% off when customers buy 6 or more bottles of wine in store and online, valid between Friday 18 August and Tuesday 29 August 2017.
A three week Waitrose wine promotion is currently under way and offers reductions on some 120 products until 29 August. Regular favourites like Torres Vina Sol (down 25% to £5.73) and Santa Julia Malbec (down 20% to £6.99) put in an appearance again but I have selected two Italian wines as my particular choices from the list. Once again I have also pinpointed two other star buys from elsewhere in the High Street and added another wine related top tip.
While we often discuss at length the results of the harvest, we rarely hear about activities before harvest-time in vineyards like the pictured one in France's Rhone Valley (Courtesy ofSo here is a Vineyard Progress Update from the top men behind the recently created Domaine et Maison Les Alexandrins in the Northern Rhone (which you can read about by following this link).
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