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Community Level 8blurbubble

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CHILLED FROM CHILE

AdvantagesMild, cheap and drinkable

DisadvantagesLack of info on label, unremarkable

"OK, here we go again…..So there I was, in the supermarket down to my last tenner needing to get lifes essentials (wine, fags, loo roll and cat food!) as economically as possible! I worked out that this meant I had to go for a bottle of wine under £2.50 if I could find one. Last time I went for (and reviewed!) Sainsbury’s Soave – nope, I didn’t want THAT again! Then I spotted one – Sainsbury’s Chilean Dry White Wine – that’s all it said, no fancy ..." Read review
06.11.2002

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Community Level 2cjsingleton

cjsingleton

Chill, Chill the Chilean for best results

AdvantagesPrice and good plonk

DisadvantagesDon't know grape variety

"This Sainsbury’s version of Chilean White Wine is only £2.99 a bottle but is a bargain or just plonk or what? Where does it come from? Chile has developed into one of the “New World” wine producers. It has a 5,000km long coastline, in the north is the Atacama desert probably one of the driest places on this planet while in the south there are icebergs. Such contrasts provide enormous variations in climate yet you are never far ..." Read review
16.02.2003

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