It’s a common misunderstanding that good wine has to cost lots of money, of course some of the world’s best wines come with the highest price tag but drinking wine on a budget doesn’t have to mean consuming poor quality drinks.
This useful infographic with tips from Alan Murray and Chris Blanchard offers up some simple tips and tricks on how to get great wine at an affordable price.
There are four crowd favourite expensive wines listed before Murray and Blanchard offer up their own cash saving alternative for each bottle.
The duo also provide some wine tricks of the trade on going for forgotten vintages, lesser known wine regions and unfamiliar vineyards when choosing a bottle for your next dinner party.
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