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In other words, Marketplace gives you opportunities to buy quality wine that is not always widely accessible but is available here at really impressive prices!
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This Week's Offers
TRY the rather special wines that this acclaimed regional wine merchant has to sell which includes a sauvignon from Southern France that was once dubbed “one of the best value Sauvignons in Britain” by Oz Clarke. Hurry across then to House of Townend. who advise you to
Click here for details of the sauvignon.
|FED UP with predictable, commercial wine? Head for one of the UK's leading importers of French regional wines with prices from £8.50 upwards. Details from Yapp – Specialist Wine Merchant of the Year for both Rhone and Languedoc.
|Frontier Fine Wines have some great wines including smooth but great value malbec and dazzingly fresh fruit driven sauvignon.
Click here to visit their Home Page
IF YOU would like award-winning wines delivered to your door at a discounted price, head to this website here.
Great wines at great prices about there including winners from the 2020 People's Choice Wine Awards, so you can guarantee they will be a popular choice!
The PCWA is the only national wine competition to involve consumers in the judging process and this web page tells you all about it
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