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In the last part of this episode, we taste a Pinot Noir from Aldi’s exquisite range.
The nose didn’t seem quite to have as much power as the Pinot Noir tasted in part 2.
On taste, this Pinot Noir is very pleasant, but perhaps not quite as complex as we would have hoped for, but at the price extremely good value.
In the last part of this episode, we taste another Sauvignon Blanc from New Zealand this time from Mud House winery.
This wine is available from Asda and although the most expensive of the three in this episode it is by no means, in our opinion, the best of the three.
A great wine but as you can see from the video it does quite float our boat, in the same way, the Sainsbury’s Taste the Difference version did.
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In part 2 of this episode we taste a Marks and Spencer’s Pinot Noir, so how will it compare with the Tesco Pinot Noir?
First off it smelt like John would expect a Pinot Noir to smell like compared to the Tesco version tasted in part 1 of this episode. John also felt it was more complex than the first, but he enjoyed the Tesco version more……
In the first part of this episode, we taste a Pinot Noir from the Tesco Finest Range.
For John, this is not a typical Pinot Noir as the taste reminds him more of a Cabernet Sauvignon.
However, it definitely gets the thumbs up from both of us for taste and value.
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