Tesco has struck gold this Christmas at the UK’s biggest wine competition, scooping an impressive 64 awards for its own-label range at the International Wine Challenge. Topping the leaderboard of winning wines are some of the nation’s favourite festive tipples including 2009 finest* Vintage Champagne Grand Cru, finest* 10 year Old Tawny Port, finest* Vintage Port, finest* Chablis Premier Cru and finest* Dessert Semillon.

Altogether Tesco took away gongs for 64 of its wines (including 3 Gold, 11 Silver and 17 Bronze medals) in this round of the wine competition, which releases results twice yearly.  This takes the supermarket’s total IWC award tally to 107 in 2016

Jason Tarry, Chief Product Officer at Tesco, said:   “We’re delighted to have such a strong showing for our wines at the International Wine Challenge Awards. They demonstrate once again that our wines are great quality as well as a great price, offering outstanding value for money

“So If you’re looking for award-winning wines to impress your family and friends this Christmas, then look no further than the Tesco own- brand range. “

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