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PostPosted: Sat Aug 22, 2015 2:48 pm 
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There are some jolly good wines in the initial and National 38 pages of bin end wines. You will only find about 10 pages of wines at you local store. If there is a particular wine you want, try searching stores within a reasonable range of your post code. All of the bin end range are discounted by 33.3%, a third off when you buy two or more of the same wine, and your order is for 6 or over in total.

For wine lovers, this Bin End clearance is not to be missed, it is the most versatile and comprehensive Bin End campaign I've ever seen, and covers all UK *store stocks - Please bear in mind that while some wines may come from the Fine wine centre, many others in the more popular range from previous vintages are *store specific.

For significant orders, some Store managers may acquire these wines for you, perhaps, if they are visiting that store, and it is not too far away. You are best to enquire over the phone, as it is all about logistics and costs.

I am rather pleased with my recent purchase. Thank you Majestic :D

Use Mel's Majestic banner if you can, as it helps finance this web site.

Good Luck.

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PostPosted: Tue Sep 08, 2015 4:46 pm 
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The Bin end sale ends when all stocks of listed "Bin End" wines are sold. Because the offered wines have to be sold in minimum quantity of two, if there is a single left in store, the manager will have the discretion to sell at the multi price.

This ARA NZ SB came from the Wokingham store.

ARA single vineyard select blocks 2012 is an old school MSB, of the tropical fruit cup style, the profile of lychee, mango & pink grapefruit fill the palate and the wine has more body / fuller in the mouth than '13 & '14 vintages (that I've tried at this price point), yet has sufficient acidity to carry that through very well.
The Marlborough vintage 2012 was a small crop of ripe fruit, and the quality was high, and this wine for £7.99 is great QPR at the moment. The wine is still fresh, because it has been store correctly by Majestic.

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