Last week key organisations in the UK wine industry sent a plea to the wine growers of Bordeaux to beg for lower prices. As prices for the French wine continue to grow, it may seem that the idea of a ‘cheap Bordeaux’ is the biggest oxymoron you can get. Price can be subjective, but we think that you can get a top quality wine with change from a twenty. To prove it, we have rounded up the four best Bordeaux for less than £15.
2009 was a particularly good year for Bordeaux and, as this article says, Saint Emilion is a tag which guarantees value for money.
And of course, the ever consistent Mouton Cadet proves its ongoing international appeal by combining low prices with a quality blend of grapes.
|Campo Viejo Rioja 75cl||£7.00||45%|
|Jack Daniels Tennessee 70cl||£16.00||43%|
|Jack Daniels Single 70cl||£29.99||39%|
|Campo Viejo Rioja 75cl||£6.50||38%|
|Jack Daniels Tennessee 70cl||£16.00||37%|
|Trivento Reserve Malbec 75cl||£6.00||37%|
|Woodford Reserve Bourbon 70cl||£23.00||36%|
|Louis Jadot Pouilly 75cl||£17.00||35%|
|Aberlour year Speyside 70cl||£22.00||34%|
|Buffalo Trace Kentucky 70cl||£18.00||33%|