Wotwine – The Only Wine App Focused on Value
Wotwine is a unique free app designed to transform your wine shopping experience
Supermarket wine aisles can be frustrating places. It’s not easy to spot the great value wines amongst the promotions, many of which simply take the price down to what it should have been in the first place. That’s what inspired us to create Wotwine – the expert independent supermarket wine guide that will ensure you get the best wine at the best price, every time!
Our unique app allows you to scan bottles in store and get an instant Wotwine value – what our experts think you should pay. You can see whether or not you’re getting a great deal, allowing you to pick the best wine that matches your personal tastes whilst knowing you’re getting value for your money.
If you’re planning ahead or shopping online, our website gives you flexible search functions by retailer, type of wine and price to help you find the right wine for you at the right price. We also have blogs and articles, highlighting great value wines for you to try, whether it’s at a summer BBQ, with a Sunday roast or something special for Christmas or Easter.
How Our Unique Wine App Works
Simply pick your wine, scan the barcode and you’ll see what our team would pay. No confusing scoring systems, just the value
You’ll also be able to read a short review
Search for your perfect wine if you already have an idea of what you’re looking for. Filter by store, wine type, price and additional options to receive a list of recommended wines, including our top rated wines for taste and quality, our wine price guide makes sure you get the best wine, every time!
All this makes it the perfect companion for on-the-go shoppers
Independent Wine Reviews
Our team of independent wine experts have tasted and reviewed close to 15,000 bottles of wine since we were founded five years ago to give you an extensive guide of the bottles in supermarkets. No-one else has that depth of coverage of supermarket wines.
From fragrant Pinot Noir and rich Bordeaux reds, to crisp Sauvignon Blanc and indulgent sparkling wines, we’ve reviewed over 80% of the wines available on supermarket shelves. Think of us as your independent supermarketwine guide , helping you find the highest quality and best value wine for your budget.
Value For Money
With a multitude of supermarket wine deals around it can be hard to identify the ones that offer the best value for money. That’s our mission at Wotwine.
Our free wine app helps you find the best wine based on both quality and price. Discover if that deal really is as good as it looks, see how much we would pay for it and search for alternative wines in that category.
* Please note that prices change frequently and we cannot guarantee price accuracy.
The Wotwine panel of independent experts tastes 40 – 60 supermarket wines a week to pick out the top buys for you.
This week we focus on what is the core £5.00-£7.49 price range for supermarket wines. At this level, the wines should be well made with characteristics of the grape variety and a sense of place but it is also the territory of some of the large brands, often on “special offer”, which we continue to find disappointing. Occasionally, however, we find some examples that seriously out-perform and this week, we think we’ve identified four reds that offer genuine value as well as some extra quality.
The Wotwine 2019 Supermarket Wine Retailer of the Year
Each year Wotwine announce our “Supermarket Wine Retailer of the Year” This year’s winner is Lidl. This is based on delivering best value for money for consumers across their range, in Lidl’s case over 200 wines tasted throughout the year. Aldi was Highly Commended, with a strong performance.
We don’t publish our quality ratings as Wotwine’s focus is relentlessly on value but Lidl also ranked top, jointly with M&S and Waitrose. That is an impressive performance from Lidl, who are not only pricing extremely competitively but also buying well across their range. They are clearly setting the standard for the sector on quality and, above all, value to consumers.
Lidl also claimed the crown for “Wotwine 2019 Supermarket Old World Wine Retailer”, with Aldi and Asda both Highly Commended. Completing the clean sweep, Lidl was placed top for New World wines, with Aldi again Highly Commended.
Don’t be duped by dubious deals on poor value wines any more
The Wotwine app is available for iPhones and Android devices
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