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The Sunday Telegraph

Published:  23 July, 2008

Many "mulls" turn out all wrong,' says SUSY ATKINS. 'They're either cloyingly sticky, or rendered almost medicinal by too many pungent cloves.' Then there's the wine: frequently 'cheap and nasty plonk'. For a good mulled wine base she picks 2005 Namaqua Shiraz/Merlot, South Africa (3.69; Tesco), 2005 La Diffrence Carignan, Vin de Pays des Ctes Catalans, France, (4.99; Sainsbury's) andMarks & Spencer Red Mulled Wine (5.99).