ALDI wants to take you on a wine world tour this fall

ALDI Launches Premium Wine Collection from World's Best Wine Regions. Image Courtesy of ALDI
ALDI Launches Premium Wine Collection from World's Best Wine Regions. Image Courtesy of ALDI /

ALDI is making sure everyone will feel the love this September. By love, we’re talking about wine.

Whether you’re pouring yourself a big glass after a long day or just want something for girl’s night, then you’ll be able to make ALDI your one-stop shop. When it comes to putting together a small feast for a crowd, you can’t go wrong with the grocery chain.

No matter if you’re looking to enjoy a bottle to help unwind or want to enjoy it with the company, these new Specially Selected wines are must-try this fall. In addition, the brand shared some cheeses to pair with the wines so you’ll have something to munch on while you’re gabbing.

I don’t know about you, but I love sitting down with friends, talking and just having a good time, with or without wine. In this case, though, I think hitting ALDI before the next girls’ night is a must.

ALDI shares its new Specially Selected wines for fall 2023.

ALDI Launches Premium Wine Collection from World’s Best Wine Regions. Image Courtesy of ALDI /

Before getting into the wines and cheeses, I wanted to share a tidbit from the press release for those wondering about these new additions: “All ten bottles were thoughtfully selected by ALDI from longtime partners in distinctive regions including Côtes de Provence, Uco Valley, and Marlborough, as well as new partners from respected vineyards in Rioja and Barossa Valley.”

As you can see, the brand made sure to cater to wine lovers of all tastes and even priced most of its wines under 10 dollars a bottle. That’s a pretty great deal and there are some seasonal and year-round flavors. Some of the seasonal flavors hail from Spain (Rioja Reserva,) Australia (Barossa Valley Shiraz) and Canada’s Icewine. As for year-round offerings, you can enjoy some Alto Adige Pinot Grigio from Italy, Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc from New Zealand and many more.

If you’re looking to pair something with these adult offerings, then look no further than some of ALDI’s premium cheeses. You can try some Cocoa Cardona, Burrata or even, make your cheese plate with a Parmesan Reggiano Assortment and a Farmhouse Blue Cheese Wedge. All in all, I don’t think you can go wrong stopping by ALDI before your next holiday party, get-together or just enjoying a movie night at home.

What do you think, Guilty Eaters? Will you be headed to ALDI for any of these new wine offerings? 

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