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Lidl’s new wine range offers fine value


German discounter supermarket Lidl introduces new set of wines that offers the best value for money. Lidl’s own label foire-aux-vins-style seasonal “Collections” Wine would be available in the stores this month. Lidl introduces two different wine selections, Easter Wine Collection which was released this week and the April Wine Cellar, due in store on 21 April. Another German discounter Aldi has also brought out an Easter special Exquisite Collection Wines.

The Lidl special wine collection and prices:
Whites kicked off with a fine rose-petal scented 2014 Alto Adige Gewurztraminer, £7.99,
Rich, off-dry honeydew melon-like 2013 Neszmely Pinot Gris, Hungary, £6.79.
Rich buttery 2014 Montagny Les Carlins, £11.99,
Juicy 2015 Chenin Blanc-Viognier-Roussanne, La Méridionale, £5.49,
Floral, citrus-zesty 2015 Axis Clare Valley Riesling, £5.99.
Dark cherry-fruity 2014 Lagrein, Alto Adige, £7.99
Aromatic, strawberryish 2014 Morgon, Vignerons du Vieux Tinailler, £8.49
Bright, violet-scented, 2012 Bodega Tonel, £5.99, Mendoza.
The 2014 Saint Joseph, £8.99
2015 Foremost Hawkes Bay Syrah, £8.99

Pick of the bunch are a stylish St.Émilion-alike vanilla oaky 2012 Lalande de Pomerol, Château Jean de Gue, £14.99, and an exotic sweetie: the 2013 Tokaji Kesoi Arany Grand Selection, Hungary, £8.99, half-litre, oozing ginger-spicy pineapple with a toffee-apple richness.

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