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Best Co-op wines for winter

Latest releases of great-value wines from this UK supermarket...

Although you still can’t purchase most Co-op wines directly online, the UK supermarket chain is actively seeking to expand its online services amid a ‘challenging time’, according to Joe Turner, wine category buying manager of Co-op.

A recent trial was run with Amazon in Glasgow, which offers same-day Co-op grocery delivery to the local Amazon Prime members. Meanwhile, the Co-op website provides stock search tools for you to find the stores that have your favourite wines in stock.

Here is the latest selection of our top choices from Co-op’s autumn and winter offering, with emphasis on sparkling and red wines as we are approaching the festive season.

Some of our new best buys include classics such as a nicely-aged and ready-to-drink Right Bank Claret, a salivating Burgundy village red and an opulent yet elegant Shiraz from the Clare Valley among value picks from the most famed regions in Italy, Spain, Chile and Argentina.

For those seeking new discoveries, try a floral traditional method Cremant from the Loire and a delicate half-bottle sweet treat from the Jurançon.

The majority of the below are wines under £25, so you can stock up for Christmas without breaking the bank.

*We have also included wines from our previous recommendations that are still available.


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