The retailer invited the former England rugby star to take part in its wine selection process to create a wine at under £5 that delivered on quality, what Asda called the “perfect wine for Sun readers and Asda shoppers alike”.
The white wine is a blend of Vermentino and Viognier grapes made at a Skalli vineyard in southern France, and will retail at £4.98.
Philippa Carr MW, Asda’s senior product development manager, said: “We wanted to give our customers an inside look into the wine selection process and all the steps we take to make sure we are delivering great wines at great prices, from finding the right supplier, right through to getting the wine into our stores.”
The wine label was a collaboration between Asda and the newspaper.
David Leigh, category planning manager for beers, wines and spirits, said: “The label represents the fun take of newspaper print and the sunshine of the vineyard.”