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Jack Whitehall’s ‘Snob’ Dad Michael Tells Wife To ‘F*** Off’ In Hilarious Wine Tasting Challenge

Jack Whitehall’s ‘snob’ dad, Michael Whitehall, told his wife to politely ‘f*** off’ while filming a hilarious mystery wine tasting challenge when it was revealed to him that they were all from Asda.
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Jack Whitehall’s ‘snob’ dad, Michael Whitehall, told his wife to politely ‘f*** off’ while filming a hilarious mystery wine tasting challenge when it was revealed to him that they were all from Asda.

The 81-year-old, who stars in Netflix’s Travels with My Father, alongside his famous son, correctly guessed two out of the three wines, including Asda Extra Special Vintage Champagne (now £17.33), Asda Extra Special Châteauneuf- du-Pape (now £9.99) and Malamado Fortified Malbec (now £11.33).

The clip begins with him being blindfolded. He is then presented with a glass of red and he comments on how it ‘smells high end’.

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He adds: “I mean it definitely isn’t from that place where they chucked all the shopping in my face, remember that?

“I’d say it’s from the Rhone. It could be a Chateauneuf-du-Pape.”

His wife, Hilary Whitehall, replies: “You are spot on.”

Moving on to the next bottle, Hilary tells him: “This is something that you’ve never tried before, but I think you’re going to like it.”

Michael responds, saying: “Sounds a bit suspicious. That’s what Jack said to me before we went to Chernobyl.”

When it comes to the third, the famous father is delighted to taste champagne.

“Thank god it’s not Prosecco,” he says. “No, very nice champagne. It almost tastes like a vintage champagne. It’s got depth, it’s heavy. I could easily do a case of that over Christmas.”

He adds: “Not in one sitting.”

When it is revealed the bottles are all available to purchase at the supermarket chain, Michael tells his wife to ‘f*** off,’ as he is so shocked.

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After the task was complete, he said: “My top picks from the tasting were the Châteauneuf-du-Pape and the Extra Special Vintage Champagne. That one, in particular, felt very high-end; it was deep and full-bodied, nothing like that Prosecco all the young ones rave about. I’ve already ordered another case to see us through the festive season.”

Hilary added: “It’s safe to say Michael can be a bit of a wine snob, so I knew I’d have to trick him into trying supermarket wine. His face was an absolute picture when I told him it was all from Asda. It’s fair to say Asda is not the only four-letter word he used! But the past 40 years have taught me not to expect anything less.”

From 17 December through to 31 December, customers can enjoy a third off the premium wines tested by the Whitehall family.

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