Victoria Beckham won’t drink wine that costs less than £10

It’s no secret that Posh Spice has expensive tastes.

Eva Longoria and Victoria Beckham put their friendship down to a shared love of wine.

The former Spice Girl got her nickname in the band for her love of designer clothing, but now Victoria Beckham has revealed she won’t even touch a bottle of wine if it’s under £10.

The fashion designer and self-style oenophile told This Morning that she doesn’t rate cheap bottles during an interview with celebrity friend Eva Longoria.

When asked what was on their Christmas lists this year, the pair told the show’s presenters they were hoping for “art and wine”.

The two women share a passion for wine, Beckham said. “Maybe that’s why we get on so well.”

“We’re both alcoholic art-lovers,” Longoria added.

But Beckham’s condemnation of cheap wine came after presenter Alison Hammond asked what they would spend their money on if they were down to their last tenner.

Longoria opted for either avocados or wine, but Beckham responded: “For £10? I don’t think you’d like it.”

Of course, the Beckhams are well known for their love of good quality wine.

Last month, Victoria and David Beckham sank £2,000 worth of fine wine on a casual Wednesday evening at home.

David Beckham, meanwhile, is also a budding whisky connoisseur, launching his own scotch brand Haig Club in collaboration with Diageo in 2014.

One Response to “Victoria Beckham won’t drink wine that costs less than £10”

  1. Charles Crawfurd says:

    I am sure any retailer can oblige her by inflating the price to meet her minimum price requirement if necessary though I am surprised she has such a low threshold!

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