LIDL LUXURY BEATS CREDIT CRUNCH

ldl2AS families across Northern Ireland face economic doom and gloom in the lead up to Christmas, Lidl has launched their amazing Luxury for All food and wine range that won’t break the bank. Packed with sumptuous produce like lobster, wild pheasant, goose and horseshoe gammon, Lidl’s Luxury for All Christmas range offers great quality products without the hefty price tag.
Martin McGlone, Fresh Manager for Lidl Northern Ireland said: “We have worked hard to build on the Luxury For All range that we launched in 2007 – to extend the range of quality products we provide but to also keep our prices at the lowest in the market.
ldl1“Our 2008 Luxury For All range will delight customers and will no doubt add a little festive decadence into homes across Northern Ireland. With mouth watering lobsters at £4.99, palate pleasing champagne from £12.98 and delicious langoustines for £8.99, your guests will be hard pushed to believe the prices that you paid”.
ldl4The Luxury for All range also offers an assortment of carefully selected wines, at good value prices.
The range includes superb wines such as a Chateauneuf du Pape at £11.89 or a Fleurie at the affordable price of £6.99. The Saint-Emilion Grand Cru Classe is a rare opportunity to drink wine from one of Bordeaux’s top estates at under £20.
For white wine lovers a Chablis 1er Cru is available in store at £11.99 or a Pouilly-Fume Loire at £8.89.
To top it all off why not try a Champagne Brut Rose, which is fantastic value at £22.99.

By Andrea Clarke
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