I find that with these offers, the wine is usually worth the marked down price and I wouldn't be caught dead paying full price, and that is the case here. An argument could be made that I'm just used to these offers, but then I could argue back that a lot of wine is overpriced, so either way I win. I'd say this one is OK for £6. It has a decent nose - a bit of cherry fruit, perhaps a bit of greenness, and the palate reflects this with a hint of fruit and some chalky tannins.
If you're a French wine lover and like the perception of getting a deal, go for it: it'll do OK with your sirloin steak. If you're looking for something special, give it a miss.
Roc de Lussac, Lussac-St. Emilion 2007