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Best Tesco wines to buy this winter

Decanter's picks from Tesco's large wine range...

Tesco boasts a very large range of wines and so it’s inevitable that on occasion, quality can take a hit in favour of price. But if you know where to look, there’s some genuine value to be found on the UK supermarket’s shelves.

Decanter’s Tastings team recently tasted the autumn / winter 2019 range of Tesco wines and has picked out some shining examples, including some great value recommendations. See below for the 20 wines to buy.

As well as its own-range ‘Finest’ label, Tesco stocks wines from producers such as Louis Jadot in Burgundy, Bellingham in South Africa and Tim Adams in Australia.

It was felt that the whites in general performed better than the reds – Hush Heath in particular standing out for the quality of its still and sparkling English whites produced for the Finest range – although the top-scoring reds below are also worthy of bagging a place on the dinner table this winter.

Top Tesco wines to buy this winter:

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