Tesco is selling Amanda Holden and Holly Willoughby's favourite new rosé wine for £2.50 a can

TESCO is selling cans of rosé wine favoured by celebs, including Amanda Holden and Holly Willoughby, for just £2.50 each.

The must-have brand is called Hun and there are three different types of tipple to choose from.

There's a pale rosé, sauvignon blanc and sparkling rosé to tempt your taste buds, but it's the pink rosé versions that have got the stars talking.

Radio and TV presenter Amanda recently posted a video of herself on Instagram sipping on a can while cooking in her kitchen at home.

Meanwhile, This Morning presenters Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield have also given the rosé version the thumbs up when they reviewed it on their show earlier this year.

"That's very smooth and I'm not a rosé person but I like that," Holly said.

Phillip Schofield added that it's "the best wine so far in a tin".

But even though it's loved by the celebs, you can actually buy it in Tesco for less than £3 a pop.

The Sun hasn't tried the South African wine, but the tasting notes say it's "packed with ripe, juicy summer berry flavours and a lovely crisp acidity".

It's Fairtrade and vegan, and each can contains 250ml at 13 per cent ABV.

At £2.50 each, they're not actually the cheapest out there though – you can pick up a can of French Nice Pale Rosé, which is the same size and contains the same amount of alcohol, for 25p less than Hun.

Having said that, there are also more expensive options out there, such as Vandra rosé cans, which are also 250ml but cost £2.65 at supermarkets.

Of course, while you're on the lookout for the cheapest option you may be compromising on the taste, which is worth bearing in mind.

Hun hasn't included details on how many calories are in each tin, but 250ml cans of rosé wine typically contain around 180 calories.

Tesco is the only high street supermarket that is stocking the tipple.

If you want to pick up a tin, you can find your nearest Tesco store on its website – remember to bring your ID as you'll need to be over 18 to buy it.

You can also order the drinks online, but you'll need to fork out extra for the service.

This costs between £1 and £7 depending on the time of day, plus an another £4 for orders that cost under £40.

Hun is also available to order in bulk through specialist online retailers, such as winebuyers.com and Drink Station, but this will push up the upfront cost.

Tinned wine is ideal for sipping in the park with friends as coronavirus lockdown measures are eased.

We've taste tested supermarket canned wines and rated them out of ten to find you the perfect tipple this summer.

If wine isn't your favourite, you'll be interested to know that Kopparberg has launched a spiced cherry rum and you can buy it in Asda.

The Swedish company also has a selection of gins, with flavours including pink mixed fruits and passion fruit and orange with an ABV of 37.5 per cent.

As always, please remember to drink responsibly and be DrinkAware.

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