Do you want to impress your guests with a first class strum at your next dinner?
Then all you have to do is go to your local supermarket and go to the shelves of La Moneda Reserve Malbec.
A bottle of Asda Asda was the best covered in the world, but only 4,37 € backwards.
The "juicy" wine won hands down and was celebrated with the "crowd pleaser end" at the last Decanter Wine Decanter Awards (DWWA) for a blank rehearsal with the 240 wine fan test board.
Malbec Reserve Central Valley in Chile (2015) was awarded the Platinum Award Best Show Prize for best varieties less than 15 pounds red, hit by another 16,000 strong wine competition.
Experts said it was "excellent freshness" and the end of the "full of energy" was.
The judges also have the flavors of "crushed fresh black fruit, creamy vanilla yogurt and pepper spices" and thought it was very valuable.
DWWA President Steven Spurrier said the evaluation process: "Our only goal is to recognize and reward what is what consumers are interested in worldwide quality.
"As we give medals for wines that consumers can have the most confidence."
The wine is priced at £ 5.75, price, but currently on a price promotion in the supermarket.
Ed Betts, head of buying Asda wines, he said, for the liquor budget he expected a run like the hits of the summer time.
He said: "Our team of wine experts are constantly working to offer our customers the best value and our Best Single Red Varietal award less than 15 years premium demonstrates special £ to offer.
"With only £ 5.75, it's the exclusive La Moneda Reserva Malbec is the perfect example of how we are able to offer customers excellent quality at reasonable prices.
"Malbec Reserve La Moneda slipped even at £ 4.37, and so perfect for the grilled meats party, a great demand in the coming weeks are expected."