ALDI Introduces brand new premium drinks and its 2017 Summer Wine Festival.
ALDI have launched a range of new premium alcohol drinks including a critics favourite Gin.
Their Oliver Cromwell Dry Gin costs just £9.97 and has beaten off a number of premium brands to be named one of the best on the market. Light and crisp with rounded spice and a touch of juniper, this gin can be expertly paired with a touch of tonic by even the most amateur of gin-lovers.
When it comes to rosé, Aldi knows it’s stuff. Its Exquisite Collection Côtes de Provence Rosé caught attention of thousands across the world after winning a silver at the International Wine Challenge – the ‘Oscars’ of the wine trade. The rosé sold out almost instantly but Aldi is launching a new wine to take its place. The Fleurs de Prairie Côtes de Provence Rosé comes in a beautifully elegant bottle, with hints of red fruits balanced with citrus and white peach. Its floral design makes it the perfect accessory for al fresco dining both in aesthetic and taste. At only £6.99 a bottle, it’s an absolute steal.
If you’re after something special, ALDI’s Veuve Monsigny Champagne Brut is quite beautiful.
A bestseller and highly acclaimed award-winner from the small, consistently excellent Champagne house Philizot & Fils. This blend of Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier has been aged in cellars to enhance its complexity, elegance and length. We were so impressed by this and at only £10.99 a bottle, it cannot be beaten.
Also this Summer, Aldi launched a limited edition range of 24 wines – championing the finest wines from around the globe.
With each wine carefully hand-selected for its unique story and delicious taste, the Summer Wine Festival is sure to impress. The range delivers a more diverse selection than ever, including two sparkling red wines (Graspa Rossa Lambrusco and Fork & Spoon Sparkling Shiraz) and the elegantly designed Fleurs de Prairie Côtes de Provence Rosé – a wine almost too beautiful to drink. Whether you’re looking for a light, crisp white to accompany some al fresco dining, the perfect fizz to pop open in celebration, or simply fancy trying something a little different this summer – Aldi’s Summer Wine Festival has all bases covered.
Available in stores and online, all wines cost under £12 and are part of the Specialbuys range, meaning when they’re gone, they’re gone for good! Visit aldi.co.uk