The wines are usually decent, if unspectacular. This is regularly around £15 from Tesco, but it's now on offer for £7.49. It's a Right Bank blend of 65% Merlot, 25% Cabernet Franc and 10% Cabernet Sauvignon. It has some green pepper character and isn't terribly concentrated or long. It'll do as a decent, everyday-type claret though.
I'm a bit annoyed by the back label: "From the excellent 2007 vintage...". 2007 wasn't an "excellent" vintage, it was average and inconsistent for the right bank, so that is basically a complete lie.
Anyways, sometimes these half price deals can be a great bargain. This one however is not, and under no circumstances should you pay the full price of £15 for this wine. I'm giving it a 3 on quality, but if price (or morals) were a factor it would be less.
Baron de Courcelle St. Emilion 2007
St. Emilion AOC, Bordeaux, France