Supermarket cuts price of champagne branded ‘better than Moet’ to less than £10

A BARGAIN supermarket has slashed the price of its champagne that shoppers have branded as “better than Moet”.
Who doesn’t love a bottle of fizz to celebrate the New Year? But with most costing anything from £35, it can set you back a bit.


Lidl has slashed the price of its Champagne just in time for New Year

Luckily for champagne fans, Lidl has today slashed the price of its award-winning Montaudon Champagne Brut by 30% from £14.99 to £9.99.
Lidl’s fizz was voted better than Moët & Chandon in an independent blind taste, with six in ten participants agreeing the supermarket’s own-brand fizz “tasted better”.
The deal runs through the Lidl Plus app from December 29.
Louise Weise, promotions director at Lidl said: “Our customers rave about the quality of our Montaudon Champagne Brut, so we were delighted that the results of the independent blind taste test confirmed what we already knew.


“Lidl Plus offers our customers amazing deals every single day and we wanted to celebrate with them by giving them an extra special discount this New Year’s Eve – but they better be quick as it won’t be on shelves for long.”

You can sign up for a Plus card for free either on Lidl’s website or by downloading the app on to your phone.
The app is downloadable via Google Play and the App Store.
Champagne and sparkling wines such as cava and prosecco are all made in the same way.

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But, only certain sparkling wines can be called Champagne.
To be called Champagne, the sparkling wine has to come from the Champagne region in France and can only be made using certain grapes.
We also rounded up some of the cheapest supermarket champagnes alternatives earlier this year.

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As always, remember to check elsewhere in case we missed a cheaper price – there’s never a bad time to catch a bargain.
Prices may vary day to day as well depending on what deals are on, and remember to look at delivery costs too if you’re ordering online.
There’s a really easy-to-use comparison site called, which compares the prices of 130,000 products across 14 major supermarkets.

The Latest Deals app also lets you search items and helps you compare prices at several supermarkets to see where it’s cheaper.

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For even more Lidl party foods to fill your cupboards this New Year, see our comparison here.
Plus, we tested supermarket own-brand prosecco – the winner is less than a fiver but Waitrose was the biggest surprise.
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