Aldi’s $8 bottle of wine named one of the best in the world

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Aldi’s $8 bottle of wine named one of the best in the world
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If you’re a big wine fan trying to stick to a budget, turns out you don’t have to splurge in order to get great taste.

Where to get great wine at a great price

Discount grocer Aldi recently scored a Great Value Award from the International Wine Challenge, with its Exquisite Collection Cotes de Provence Rosé — an $8 bottle of wine — ranked as one of the top wines in the world!

Aldi also recently won “Product of the Year” for its $12.99 Broken Clouds Pinot Noir, based on a survey of consumers conducted by global research agency Kantar TNS.

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When it comes to great taste and great price, Aldi actually has a wide variety of all sorts of wines that range in price from about $4 to $20.

Another great option is Trader Joe’s $3 wine label that ranges from deep red Merlot to light Riesling — perfect for all occasions.

Read more: 10 Key Words to look for on your wine label

Bargain stores Walmart and Aldi have actually both won awards for their private label inexpensive wines. Walmart’s La Moneda Reserva Malbec won Platinum Best in Show at the Decanter World Wine Awards.

Buying wine a certain day of the week will save you money

Being strategic about when you buy is another great way to save on wine! According to the popular mobile shopping app Ibotta, Monday is the least expensive day to purchase wine, while buying on Saturday and Sunday typically costs consumers more.

Whether you’re getting a host gift or taking the bottle home, you have a variety of cheap choices to satisfy any palette.

Read More: Aldi wins award for $12 bottle of store-brand gin

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Beth  Marcinko About the author:
Beth loves to save on clothing and travel. She also enjoys cooking, hosting and television — just don't ask her to pick a favorite. She happily lives in Atlanta despite the humidity and traffic.
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