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Superplonk 2001 book. An comprehensive and in-depth supermarket wine guide. Malcolm Gluck rates the best wines, stocked by the leading supermarket chains, using his own unique scoring system. Online Stores ▾. Audible Barnes & Noble Walmart eBooks Apple Books Google Play Abebooks Book Depository Indigo Alibris Better World Books IndieBound.
Select Format: Paperback. Select Condition: Like New. - Very Good. ISBN13:9780340713150. Release Date:June 1999.
Malcolm Gluck: Tesco has refined its range of 'Great With' bottles, not only making them more presentable as containers, but also as carriers of interesting liquids. It rates 1. points and costs £. 9. Oddbins has some entertaining new arrivals. Dashwood Sauvignon Blanc 2001 (16 points, £. 9), from New Zealand, combines the delicacy of gooseberries with decisively delicious mineral acids. Klein Constantia Rhine Riesling 1998 (1. points, £. 5), from South Africa, begins in non-classic mode with gooseberries; then pineapple and baked pear arrive, then pert acids and finally, as it finishes, it changes course to some kind of nut.
Also reduced in this Somerfield sale is its Chilean Cabernet/Merlot 2002, a vintage that is even better than the toothsome 2001. This was priced at £. 9, but is now £. 9, which is outrageously insignificant considering the quality of fruit on offer.
Malcolm Gluck is a British author, broadcaster and wine columnist. Career more � � less. Initially an advertising copywriter for Collett Dickenson Pearce, Doyle Dane Bernbach, a founder employee of Abbott Mead Vickers BBDO and later creative director for Lintas, Gluck was for sixteen years the wine correspondent of The Guardian with the column "Superplonk". In addition to contributing articles for other publications, including Harpers Magazine he is the current wine critic of The Oldie and the author of 36 books about wine.
Series: Superplonk (2001). No current Talk conversations about this book.
Superplonk: Gluck's Guide to Supermarket Wine.
The publishing phenomenon that is Malcolm Gluck's Superplonk began life as a column in the Guardian . A great new extension to the Superplonk brand, Supergrub combines Malcolm Gluck's bestselling wine expertise with dinner party menus that cost no more than £20. The publishing phenomenon that is Malcolm Gluck's Superplonk began life as a column in the Guardian. Now Supergrub looks set to take off in the same way. Based on Malcolm's regular 'Party Paupers' feature in the Guardian with food writer Silvena Rowe, this great new extension to the Superplonk stable gives recipes and wine recommendations for a dinner party for four for under 30.