The Triumphant 10

The Wotwine? quarterly top 10 wines under £10

With the summer parties in full flow and endless sunny (ish) evenings to relax with friends and family,  what better time to have a quick recap on the best value wines from the last 4 months so you can stock up your cellar for every eventuality and really impress your guests.

The posh one to impress with:

  • Espartero Rioja Gran Reserva 2005, Spain: Worth £30.00 but sold for a mere £9.98 at Asda.  Click here to buy.
The elegant one to relax with:
  • Domaine Lavigne Saumur Champigny Cabernet Franc 2013, Loire, France:  Worth £10 but sold for just £7.48 at Asda.  Click here to buy.
  • Aldi Exquisite Collection Marsanne 2014, Languedoc, France: Worth £7.50 but just £5.99. Buy in store only

The ballsey one to have your BBQ with:
  • Sainsbury’s Taste the Difference Priorat 2011, Spain: Worth £12.00 but sold for only £8.00.  Click here to buy.
  • Lastone Le Preare Rosso Veronese, Italy: Worth £10.00 but on sale for £6.99 at Tesco.  Click here to buy with your groceries.
The crisp one to cool down with:
  • Domaine du Touch Cotes du Gascogne 2013, SW France: Worth £9.00 but just £6.79 from Asda.  Click here to buy.
The weird one to wow your friends with:
  • The Wine Atlas Bobal 2014, Utiel Requena, Spain: Worth £8.00 but a steal at £4.97 from Asda. Click here to buy
The sweet one to indulge with:
  • Kendermanns Riesling Spätlese 2014, Germany: Worth £10.00 but sold for just £7.99 at Morrisons.  Click here to buy
Sadly, though they often represent excellent value, Lidl don’t feature in this list as they buy in small batches which fly off the shelf and are out of stock so swiftly.

All wine availability and prices were accurate at the time of printing though availability can vary store to store and prices can change at any time without prior warning.