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published 18/09/2013

Advantagestastes delicious, distinctive bottle, widely available and reasonably priced

Disadvantagessometimes the cork is really difficult to remove which is very annoying

...for the duration of the offer, which lasted a good few months. This wine usually retails for £6.18 per 75cl bottle. This means that 3 bottles are worth more than £18.00, but in Asda I can I have 3 bottles of this for £10.00. This was the first ever time I had seen J.P. Chenet on a 3 for £10.00 offer. In most other supermarkets and many newsagents or off licences you can purchase a bottle of this wine for around...

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“Red , Red , Wine”

published 01/06/2007

AdvantagesFruity , good price , easy to drink , complements many foods ,not too sweet

DisadvantagesNone for me

...As someone who rarely drinks red wine I have only recently begun drinking J.P. Chenet , Cabernet-Syrah . As of late both myself and my husband are always taking medication and as such we try to be careful ,only occasionally drinking alcohol . Still I should think we have consumed much more than our fair share in the past . Added to this Hubby suffers with migraines and steers well clear of red...

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Advantagescool bottle, nice nose

Disadvantagesjust doesn't do enough.

...will create shorter, more bitter fruit. The key to the art of wine, is to know what to do with these to create a great drinking wine, not just to bung them in a vat and produce gallons of offensive muck. Chenet is probably one of the better ones, though. J.P. Chenet operates out of the Languedoc, in the south of France. Although they produce many different types of wine, the cabernet-syrah is...

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