MULLED wine is the perfect way to warm up on cold winter days, but where can you get the best for a good price?
The Sun has tested some festive classics to find out which supermarket own-brand goods are the best quality.
This time, we’ve tried mulled wine from Tesco, Asda, Morrisons, Sainsbury’s, Aldi and Lidl.
For each one, we gave it a score out of 10 for taste and a score out of 10 for value, based on the price per 100ml.
This score also took into account the alcohol content.
Here’s how the wines scored out of 20 overall:
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Tesco Vineyards Mulled Wine
Tesco’s mulled wine was watery and very sweet, with a synthetic taste of Christmas spice.
It had a low alcohol content of 5.5 per cent ABV, but was middle-of-the-range on price, at 40p per 100ml.
- Taste: 5/10
- Value: 6/10
- Total: 11/20
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Asda Mulled Wine