Hautes-Cotes-de-Beaune 2014, £8.99, Lidl

This is a classic white French Burgundy from the upper slopes of the Cotes de Beaune vineyards where the grapes produce a wine with lots of zest and freshness.

The result is the sort of 12.5%, tropical fruit and creamy texture drink that you will easily pay twice this price for in shops – and the sky’s the limit in restaurants. A bargain.

Santenay Les Tablieres 2014, £9.99, Lidl

From white to red and a Burgundy from Santenay, a village whose wines are not often seen in this country because almost all of it is drunk in France.

Strawberries and cherries, 13% alcohol and although young still very drinkable and ideal to go with the seasonal turkey and trimmings.

The price is a lot less than you’d pay for this class elsewhere.