Our Top 10 Wines Under £10 features ridiculously affordable and quaffable wines. Take advantage of the prices below before the latest duty increase and annual price review is implemented in mid May!

Reds:

Secateurs Red Blend 2009, South Africa £9.75 per bottle
Full on, succulent wine which is full of energy & character – a blend of several varieties produced from old bush vines. Brilliant for BBQs & parties or just as an after work relaxant!

Tenuta Giglio Montepulciano d’Abruzzo 2010, Italy £7.99 per bottle
Fruity & medium-bodied. Its easygoing nature and full flavours render it an ideal companion to roast meat or game. A great wine for parties and other celebrations.

Cefiro Pinot Noir 2010, Vina Casablanca, Chile £8.49 per bottle
The best value Pinot Noir in the shop! Soft and concentrated – far too easy to drink!

Reserve des Armoiries 2010, Côtes du Rhône, France £7.77 per bottle
Fantastic Cotes du Rhone from this stellar vintage! It doesn’t get much better value than this.

Château d’Agel Les Bonnes Rouge 2010, Minervois £9.99 per bottle

NEW TO JN! Supple red, made from Carignan, Grenache and Syrah. Bags of flavour – a real winner with Sunday roasts.

Whites:

Umani Ronchi Verdicchio 2010, Italy £7.75 per bottle
Fresh & zingy, light, versatile white – good alternative if you fancy a change from Sauvignon Blanc.

Artazuri Blanco 2010, Spain £9.50 per bottle
Fresh, clean, pure white wine from one of the iconic names of Spanish winemaking, Juan Carlos Lopez de Lacalle. Half Viura and half Chardonnay - lovely dense aromatics and a mouthfilling palate.

Château Récougne white 2010, Bordeaux £8.60 per bottle
Crafted from Sauvignon Blanc, with a little Semillon, grown on a 10 hectare hillside plot near Fronsac. Dry & fruity - serve chilled as an apéritif, or to accompany seafood or white meats.

Guillemarine PicPoul de Pinet 2011, France £7.99 per bottle
"Will the rise and rise of Picpoul continue this summer after such a successful 2011? This certainly has juicy pears and melon aromas hinting at honey and lovely ripeness. Delicious, dry, lemony stuff with a real lemon zest freshness and good length. A good advert for the Picpoul revolution. 87 pts." (thewinegang.com, March 2012).

Heart of Stone Sauvignon Blanc 2011, Forrest Estate, NZ £8.99 per bottle
Produced by renowned NZ winemaker Forrest Estate, this is JN's most popular Sauvignon. The new 2011 vintage has just arrived! The wine is sourced from grapes grown in several distinctly different sites within Marlborough. Vibrant wine with flavours of gooseberry and passionfruit underscored by appetising, crisp acidity – lovely refreshing finish.

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