nose in glassTry sniffing and slurping these whites to see whether you like them.

PG Wine Tips

£3.99 and under

There are still some good bottles to be found that cost the same as a couple of National Lottery tickets.

Badgers Creek Australian White

£3.49 Aldi

Buttery and cheesy aroma with a taste of honey, lime peel and grass. Quaffable.

pink grapefruitVilla Malizia Italian Pinot Grigio

£3.99 Aldi

Light grapefruit juice, apple and lemon flavours – just right as a breakfast wine.

Bordeaux White 2010

£3.99 Aldi

The blend of Sauvignon Blanc and Semillon grape varieties results in a wine tasting of lemon balm and celery with aromas of gooseberry and coconut.

£5.99 and under

There are a few fruity, slurpable wines among the forgettable masses.

Isla Negra High Tide Chilean Chardonnay 2009

£5.99 YourFavouriteWines (down from £11.99 until July 28th)

Remove the screwcap and what immediately hits you is an aroma of coconut. And when you pour it out this changes to pineapple, avocado and lemon curd. The taste of creamy mandarin and lime zing helps it to match, rather than overpower, a great range of foods including battered fish, pasta and curry.

Black Tower German Silvaner Pinot Grigio

£5.68 Asda

Apple and peach flavours all with an alcohol content of just 9.5%.

Costs a bit more, but tastes great

Sometimes a bottle of wine tastes so fab it's still a bargain whatever it costs.

daffodilKendermanns German Riesling 2009

£6.29 Tesco

A refreshing and fruity white – apricot, peach and lime flavours. Do you get aromas of daffodil and celery?