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The Ultimate Buyer’s Guide to Aldi Wine

Aldi is a phenomenal spot to pick up inexpensive bottles! Here's the Aldi wine to shop for, according to a sommelier.

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La Cornada Crianza TempranilloCourtesy @asicomemosaqui/instagram

La Cornada Crianza Tempranillo

This killer Aldi wine is a crianza style tempranillo, meaning it was aged for two years, with six months of that time spent in oak. The result is a juicy, vibrant wine with lush black fruits wrapped in spice. La Cornada pairs with everything from chicken to pork, but it’s truly gorgeous with a succulent lamb burger.

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La Rue Cotes de Provence RoséCourtesy @theebonyjames_/instagram

La Rue Cotes de Provence Rosé


This award-winning pink wine was made for sunny days. Packed with a delectable array of red berry, watermelon and a touch of minerality, La Rue goes beautifully with bright pasta dishes, a fresh salad and of course, seafood.

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Giretto Pinot GrigioCourtesy @guns13/instagram

Giretto Pinot Grigio


Giretto’s pinot grigio hits all the right notes. A hint of tropical fruits underscores green apple and citrus notes. Ripe but dry, this is everything pinot grigio should be—crisp, easy-drinking and with a wonderful amount a character considering its price point. You won’t want to miss this one! Find more white wines under $20.

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Grande Alberone RossoCourtesy @marcellodusteri/instagram

Grande Alberone Rosso


Full of delicious dark fruits, vanilla, spice and just a touch of earth, the Grande Alberone Rosso fits the bill when you’re in the mood for a wine with a bit of heft. Ideal for stews, BBQs or cheese platters, this red blend is a wonderful everyday wine.

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Grandi Mori ProseccoCourtesy @nickalecs/instagram

Grandi Mori Prosecco


Let’s be real. A bottle of bubbly is always a good option, no matter what the occasion. For those moments when you want to pop open some sparkling wine on the cheap, reach for a bottle of Grandi Mori Prosecco. Made in the extra dry style (which means it’s slightly sweet), this DOCG-level Prosecco knocks it out of the park with all sorts of eatsm from slightly spicy fare to light desserts and even potato chips!

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30 Miles Cabernet SauvignonCourtesy @academicwino/instagram

30 Miles Cabernet Sauvignon


A super classic Napa cab for a steal? Aldi delivers again with 30 Miles cabernet sauvignon. Plenty of dark fruit with layers of vanilla, spice and cocoa powder. Serve a glass of 30 Miles with game, grilled meat or a savory mushroom dish.

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Flirty Bird Sauvignon BlancCourtesy @nin_fan_69/instagram

Flirty Bird Sauvignon Blanc


Flirty Bird sauvignon blanc hails from Spain. A little ripe citrus, a touch of stone fruit and melon—Flirty Bird hits the spot as a porch wine. Its light character means it’s a great partner for chicken, fish and salads, too.

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Burlwood Sparkling Extra DryCourtesy @allthingsaldi/instagram

Burlwood Sparkling Extra Dry


Burlwood’s extra dry sparkling wine is yet another wickedly good bottle of bubbles that will put a smile on your face. It has a kiss of sweetness, so be sure to serve it up with spicy appetizers or fruity pastries. That said, it’s delish enjoyed all on its own!

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Broken Clouds ChardonnayCourtesy @academicwino/instagram

Broken Clouds Chardonnay

If bigger, full-bodied white wine is more your speed, pick up a bottle of Broken Clouds chardonnay next time you’re hitting the aisles at Aldi. Another award-winner, this chardonnay boasts ripe tropical fruit notes, baking spices, butter, vanilla and cream. Definitely one for shellfish, heftier fish like halibut or cod and simple chicken dishes.

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