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Have A Little Tipple With Sainsbury’s This Christmas

Looking for the perfect champagne to have with canapes, red wine to serve with some delicious cheese? Sainsbury’s have got you covered! We take a look at what drinks Sainburys are offering this Christmas. We were kindly sent these to review.

Like a but of fizz to have on Christmas Day? Sainbury’s Blanc de Noirs Champagne will do the job just nicely. This champagne has a blend of 2 black grape varieties: Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier which gives this a rich, creamy wine with red-fruit flavors.

If you are having smoked-salmon then have it with this drink as Sainsburys Blanc de Noirs Champagne goes perfect with fish or you could serve this with canapes.


Looking for a nice wine to serve at the table or to take round to family and friends house? Sainsburys Taste The Difference Languedoc Rouge Appellation
D’Origine Protegee is perfect.

Deep purple in colour this is packed full of flavour such as black fruit flavours and spices. This has been blended with 3 Languedoc’s key grape varieties to give a rich, full bodied taste. This wine has an alcohol content of 14% and would taste it’s best with grilled meats & cheese.


Sainsburys Taste The Different Greco di Tufo 2012 is a white wine which is crisp and refreshing to drink. This wine has been made in a small winery and gives a fragrant smell of garden herbs and clean flavours of exotic fruit.

To enjoy this wine at it’s best have it with seafood pasta or grilled tuna steak. This wine has a sweetness of 3 out of 9 so it is nice and refreshing to drink and leaves a crisp after taste on the palette.


Sainsbury’s Taste The Difference Sweet Pedro Ximenez Sherry is the perfect after dinner or night cap drink to have. This sherry is full-bodied and is a deep mahogany colour. Sweet to taste this sherry has intense caramel, prune flavours and is smooth to drink.

Sainsbury’s Sherry has been aged for 12 years giving it lots of flavour and gives of intense dried fruit aromas. Serve with desserts, mature cheeses or have it with a mince pie!


What will you be having as your tipple this Christmas? Comment below and let us know.

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