Article date: 25 August 2006
Quite often wines are recommended because they are on offer. At the discount price they represent good value for money. This may not be the case at the normal price.
If you see a wine marked as ‘Discount recommendation’, use the ‘read the review’ link to find out the original discount price. On the whole, the bigger the discount, the less likely it is that the wine would be recommended at its normal price.
For more information on supermarket discounts, read our blog: Supermarket discounts. Are they too good to be true?.