Looking for good wine without breaking the bank? Here are our top picks among wines stocked by UK supermarket Asda, all reviewed by Decanter's expert tasting team.

There’s some serious value to be had in Asda’s ‘Extra Special’ own label range, but if you can push the budget a little higher it’s also worth checking out the branded wines.

Below are five Asda wines from the retailer’s summer 2017 range that stood out when tasted by our experts. The wines are available in stores and online from 12 June.

The best Asda wines to buy:

 

Ca'Mandato, Pinot Grigio, Trentino-Alto Adige, Italy, 2016

Ca'Mandato, Pinot Grigio, Trentino-Alto Adige, Italy, 2016

If you ever need proof that you get what you pay for, this is it. For less than £2 more than Asda's Extra Special Pinot Grigio, you get a beautifully soft example showing flavours of bruised apple, pear, melon and citrus. It's round and vibrant and definitely worth the extra…

Points 90
Asda, Extra Special Bordeaux Blanc, Bordeaux, France, 2016

Asda, Extra Special Bordeaux Blanc, Bordeaux, France, 2016

Often overlooked in favour of Sauvignon from the Loire or New Zealand, white Bordeaux is a bit of a hidden gem. This is really fresh, zesty and grassy, with a slightly waxy, vinyl note accompanied by a honey and stone fruit fullness, finishing with the crisp, clean Sauvignon citrus freshness.…

Points 89
Asda, Valpolicella, Ripasso, Extra Special Valpolicella

Asda, Valpolicella, Ripasso, Extra Special Valpolicella

Valpolicella Ripasso is one of those unique styles of wine, and it's always a treat to find one for this price! It has a smooth, full-bodied texture and sweet, juicy fruit. Flavours of violets, hedgerow fruits and cherries mingle in the mouth. Velvety and easy drinking.

Points 89

Asda, Lugana, Lombardy, Italy, 2016

Made from Turbiana (the local name for Verdicchio) grown on the southern side of Lake Garda, this wine is an immediate hit. Pronounced honey, apple and citrus flavours are joined by a slight nutty undertone. Peachy hints develop on the mid-palate and remain through the finish. Quite a rich wine,…

Points 89
Noster Nobilis, Priorat, Mainland Spain, Spain, 2014

Noster Nobilis, Priorat, Mainland Spain, Spain, 2014

Violet-toned baked plums and prune, with sweet spice notes in the background. This is an intense yet smooth wine with plenty of creamy vanilla alongside baked red fruit and leather, framed by subtle tannins.

Points 89

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