Vinonomics = the price of wine

PK99

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neil_merseyside

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Nah Vinonimics is Jeremy using his 10yo daughter to avoid tax surely? Or to keep it the family is it best laugh for least effort from brother Tim?
 
Which is why I say you should always buy a bottle of wine costing more than £6. This is the price where half of that goes to the Chancellor and half is split elsewhere. It has been this way since the insidious 'duty escalator' was introduced a few years back. Good to see the Chancellor putting a hold on this - at least for one year.
And why I would always suggest paying more than £6.95 in order to get something resembling a decent glass of wine.
Not that I'm biased, of course!
 

Fnaar

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Which is why I say you should always buy a bottle of wine costing more than £6. This is the price where half of that goes to the Chancellor and half is split elsewhere. It has been this way since the insidious 'duty escalator' was introduced a few years back. Good to see the Chancellor putting a hold on this - at least for one year.
And why I would always suggest paying more than £6.95 in order to get something resembling a decent glass of wine.
Not that I'm biased, of course!
I've had plenty of decent wine for under a fiver a bottle. Once went to a wine tasting evening, where I pretended my wine had cost 12 quid for the bottle. We were voting on the best wine of the evening. Mine won. Then I came clean, and let everyone know the truth, it was £4.99 from Lidl.

I used to live in Spain too. Loads of great wine for tuppence, basically.

British wine buyers get ripped off, and they love it. :okay::okay:
 
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To make it worse I've just menched Waitrose, sigh...
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