An award-winning champagne will go on sale at Tesco for £9 this week so customers can benefit from an affordable but high quality Christmas. Louis Delaunay champagne will be available at the new price in large stores across the UK from November 10 for a limited period.
Last year, the quality bubbly won a silver medal at the International Wine & Spirit Competition – an event considered the Oscars for the wine and champagne industry. The champagne, which normally retails at £14, is so popular throughout the year that it is one of the supermarket’s top five selling bottles of bubbly.
Tesco champagne buyer Rob Dixon said:
“With the festive season just around the corner, we know that there can be a lot of pressure on people’s purse strings.
“Offering a high quality, award-winning champagne at such good value, will hopefully help shoppers spread the cost of Christmas and get one of the most popular purchases out of the way. It will also help them become the perfect hosts at Christmas.”
There’s also more good news for customers wanting to treat themselves to a touch of luxury for less, with Tesco offering:
- A 400g whole cooked frozen lobster for £6
- Wagyu beef burgers for £3
- Large whole black tiger prawns for £8
- Two whole frozen sea bass for £5
- 12 soufflettes for £4
- 32 Belgian chocolate profiterole stack £5
Louis Delaunay champagne will be on sale in nearly 800 Tesco Extra stores, Superstores and some Metros for £9 until Saturday November 12. The lobster, seabass, prawns and lobster are part of Tesco’s core range. The Wagyu beef burgers have a limited availability, so when they’re gone, they’re gone.