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The best Asda wines to buy

A selection of Asda wines to buy, recommended by Decanter.

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 labels to be found on the supermarket’s shelves.

In Asda’s spring/summer update this year, it has added over 70 new wines, notably expanding the Extra Special range with a strong focus on sub-regions, such as the Uco Valley and North Canterbury. This is great for wine lovers who want to explore more than just the entry-level offerings.

To accompany its wine range update, Asda has also been busy updating its in-store signage, providing additional information for each wine on the shelves and improving signposting to help shoppers find exactly what they’re looking for.

Below are my recommendations from the Asda wine range. Look out for the Veuve Olivier Champagne – a savvy buy for fizz lovers at £26 – as well as the Extra Special Rueda – a delicious white for just £6 – and the Extra Special Uco Valley Malbec – a bold and generous red that’s worth the £11 asking price.

The best Asda wines to buy

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