The wine in question is Tesco’s Chianti Classico. I have never been much of a red wine drinker at all, preferring dry white wine if I have the choice, but mom had tried Chianti whilst on holiday in Austria and said how nice it was. She was told that the Chianti Classic is better than ‘ordinary’ ... Read review
Tastes good, looks good, and doesn't cost too much
None if you like red wine
"...bought the occasional bottle of Tesco Chianti Classico, usually when the family are all round for a meal as my sister also drinks red wine. As my mom and sister just don’t apply themselves like real drinkers, there’s invariably some left and so I finish it off the following evening.
I will explain here that I used to think that I had an intolerance to red wine but discovered in recent years that it is only a problem if I drink red and white in ..."
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"...( hangover that is!!) Now, tesco has reasonably priced their product and you can afford to buy a Chianti Classico without breaking the bank! Try to remember, the flavour really develops well if you cork the bottle about half an hour before drinking it. the time it takes to breathe and develop a mouth tingling flavour. However, my favourite part of it still remains the fact that I can drink a bottle and still feel Ok the day after! ..."
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