For those wanting to stock up their wine rack, Tesco has come out with an offer that's not to be missed. Clubcard holders can save 25% when buying six or more bottles of wine - and there are 375 to choose from.
This offer isn't limited to bottles under £8, you can pick up vintage bottles of champagne with huge savings and even bottles endorsed by your favourite celebrities. There's a maximum of 36 bottles per customer and the offer is running until September 25th 2023.
Here at the Mirror we've selected some that we consider to be worth grabbing a saving on while the offer is running.
Cali by Snoop is a surprising one but the Petite Sirah and Zinfandel makes a red wine that's really easy to drink, even for those who aren't big fans of red wine. It's got notes of dark and blue fruits that really come through but it's low enough in tannins that it doesn't dry your mouth out.
Snoop makes an appearance on the bottle and the cork which is a nice touch but it's tasty enough to be worth grabbing even without the artist. Typically retailing at £12 this is the type of bottle that will have friends at a dinner party asking where you got it from, it's definitely worth picking up a few bottles while it's on offer.
Veuve Clicquot Brut Rose Champagne isn't cheap at the best of times and at £54 a bottle it's certainly not a bargain - it is however a delicious rose champagne and definitely worth indulging in for a special treat. It's made from the classic trio of Pinot Noir, Pinot Meunier and Chardonnay grown in the champagne region of France and gets it's colour from Pinot Noir.
Champagne typically holds well for months or even years so it's worth picking yourself a bottle up if you've got any special occasions coming up or getting ready for Christmas. It's our favourite rose champagne.
Whispering Angel has built up a reputation for itself in the world of rose but its their bottle The Beach that steals attention the most. It's a screwtop bottle from the brand that is credited with sparking the “Rosé Renaissance”.
The Beach is made up of Grenache, Cinsault, and Syrah and is ready to drink now but can be kept for up to a year. It's light and fresh with a subtle, fruity nose. With a beautiful design and popular name on the bottle it's no surprise that it's usually £16.50 but it's definitely worth scooping up while you can bag 25% off.
Pinot Grigio is famously easy to drink with it having notes of apple, lemon and peach. The northern Italian wine goes brilliantly with seafood, Italian food and anything a little bit greasy.
Most Wanted's bottle isn't the most expensive but it is a great option to have on your shelf for an impromptu dinner date or after one of those days were you find yourself reaching for a glass of wine. If you're struggling to find your sixth bottle to qualify, this is a great white wine.
You can shop the full range of wines on offer here for a limited time only. Please remember to drink responsibly.2023-09-20T06:40:38Z dg43tfdfdgfd