Best buys | Off the shelf: Les Crouzes Old Vines Carignan 2014

Best buys

Off the shelf: Les Crouzes Old Vines Carignan 2014

If you’re looking for a cheap all-purpose red after Christmas this old favourite from the Co-op should fit the bill.

It’s only 12% too which makes it quite light if you’re used to drinking wines that are around 14% but that also brings it under 100 calories per 125ml glass* which can make you feel smugly virtuous. And it’s on offer at £5.49 a bottle which won’t break the bank (with an extra 15% off today (Jan 3rd) if you buy 4 bottles)

It’s made from old Carignan vines which are indigenous to the Languedoc and is a good simple quaffing red to drink with stews, sausages or pulses. And it’s a good wine for mulling if you’re minded to keep that going through January.

*About 95 calories in fact.

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Comments: 2 (Add)

ModestImbiber on January 11 2016 at 15:07

Oops! 'barain'should have read 'bargain', of course.

ModestImbiber on January 11 2016 at 15:05

Good to see a shout out for this one, but what a pity the Co-op no longer has the same firm's Colombard, which was a splendid barain priced white wine. Does anyone else know a current stockist?

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