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Milk from the Virgin

AdvantagesDelightful and Enriching Taste.

DisadvantagesNone

"...nun in a white and blue habit emblazoned across the front. The wine costs £3.99 for a bottle. (At this moment in time it is on special offer at Kwik Save for £2.99). At the higher price it’s a bargain and at the special offer price it is an absolute gift. It is also available in Asda in a half bottle for the princely sum of £1.45. It is a German white wine produced in the Rheinhessen region by H Sichel Sohne who are apparently one of the oldest ..." Read review
18.07.2002

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Blue Nun - You've come a long way baby

AdvantagesGood product, great price

DisadvantagesPeople will laugh at you when you buy it

"Blue Nun is famous for being the wine of the 1970's. If Abigail invited you to a party you wouldn't be in the slightest bit surprised if she served Blue Nun. It seemed to disappear for a while in a sea of Chardonnay, Cabernet Sauvignon, and Pinot Grigio. It has recently re-emerged with new packaging, a stable of new friends and a 'new formula'. Previously a Leibfraumilch, the 'Happy Shopper' of German wines, it is now a Qualitätswein, which means ..." Read review
23.05.2006

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It Truly is Sweet Nectar..... Review with images

AdvantagesSweet, fruity wine

DisadvantagesA bottle goes too quickly!

"...comes in a long, thin, blue glass bottle of about 30cm in height. The label on the front depicts a nun in a blue habit carrying a basket of grapes. 'BLUE NUN' appears in white lettering immediately below. These words are encased in a royal blue background, and the entire label is surrounded by a gold strip which gives the wine a sense of superiority. The picture of the nun has religious overtones to it, as does the word 'Liebfraumilch' (or 'Milk of ..." Read review
26.12.2003

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