Here, we have listed the best wines you can buy from Aldi. While making the list, we have consulted many wine lovers and the comments on Aldi’s website.
With its affordable and delicious wines, many wine lover’s favourite Aldi e-commerce and wine delivery service offers a wonderful service to its customers. Aldi, which contains many award-winning wines, provides us different types of wine (such as white, red, rose, and sparkling wines) depending on the season and important days.
Here is the top 10 Aldi wines list we have prepared for you:
1. Organic Prosecco
With its smooth bubbles and floral smell, it is very tasty. You can enjoy award-winning wine Organic Prosecco without a meal, or you can pair it with delicious food. This wine is £7.99 and you can purchase it online as well.
2. Veuve Monsigny Champagne Brut
Award-winning wine Veuve Monsigny Champagne Brut is one of Aldi’s best-selling wines. We would especially suggest you to try this classic wine with snacks. This soft-textured wine’s online price is £12.99.
3. Exquisite Touraine Sauvignon Blanc
This award-winning fruity and crisp wine certainly does justice to its price. Although its recommended pairings are chicken and fish, it goes well with everything. Its online price is £5.99.
4. Castellore Organic Pinot Grigio
Castellore Organic Pinot Grigio is one of Aldi’s most preferred Pinot Grigios. It is made using organic methods and also it has a very nice aftertaste with its pear, green apple, and flower aromas. The fact that it doesn’t cause headaches the next morning is a great advantage as well. You can buy this wine online and it is £5.99.
5. Argentinian Malbec
This one is Aldi’s highest rating wine in the red wine category. This red wine has made a name for itself with its price, quality, aroma, and smooth mouthfeel. This wine, which has an online purchase option, goes very well with meat and cheese. It costs £5.79.
6. Costellore Prosecco Spumante DOC
This sparkling wine has the highest number of comments and stars among other sparkling wines on Aldi’s website. This prosecco offers a very high rate of satisfaction for its price and it has become many sparkling-lovers’ favourite with its soft fruity aroma. You can buy this wine from Aldi’s website for £5.99.
7. Contevedo Cava Brut Gold
This Cava is consumed as an alternative to Prosecco by many wine lovers. Its rich mouthfeel is very satisfactory for its affordable price. You can buy it for £5.29 on Aldi’s website.
8. New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc
This admired Sauvignon Blanc deserves to be on this list as well, due to its price and taste. Its fruity aroma is really well balanced, it is neither too sweet nor too dry. You can easily drink it with or without a meal and it is very affordable. You can purchase it online and it costs £4.99.
9. French Pinot Noir
An affordable, enjoyable, and soft textured red wine. This wine is on many red meat eater’s grocery lists because it is more of high quality than its costly counterparts. Its online price is £6.49.
10. Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc
A very delicious wine in which you can feel the aroma of the grapes grown in the seashore. Drinking this wine is pleasant with or without food. It is a New Zealand product that is certainly worth its price. It costs £8.49 on Aldi’s website.
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