No settlement! Shoppers can grab one LITER bottle of French wine for only $ 8
- Aldi has launched some delicious French wines as part of their latest Special Buys
- It comes in three types – red, white or pink – and can be purchased for as little as $ 7.99
- While the winter usually lends itself to red, Aldi calls their rosé a taste sensation
- They currently sell a $ 4.99 bottle of South Point Estate Rose, which has won prizes
Lovers of discount supermarket Aldi can grab a bottle of French wine of one liter – whether it is red, white or rosé – for only $ 7.99.
The incredible deal, available throughout Australia, will see thousands of bottles sold at the grocery store and expect rosé to be the crowd's favorite.
& # 39; We are beginning to see that seasonal influences do not affect sales, as Australians drink rosé all year round & # 39 ;, an Aldi spokesperson told Daily Mail Australia.
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Lovers of discount supermarket Aldi can grab one liter of French wine – be it red, white or rosé – for only $ 7.99 (stock image)
& # 39; Since the beginning of 2019, Aldi's growth in the rosé category has more than doubled the growth of the sector. & # 39;
The options include Grand Sud Sauvignon Blanc 2018, Merlot 2017 or Grand Sud Rosé 2018.
If you're still looking for more, then the award-winning South Point Estate Rosé is just $ 4.99 and described as a & # 39; fresh, vibrant and dry drink with a range of wild summer red berries & # 39 ;.
It has won an astonishing 14 prizes, including the top of the class at the Royal Hobart Wine Show in 2014 and a gold medal at the Perth Royal Wine Show in 2015.
The Francois Lurton La Mule Provence Rosé, which is slightly more expensive for $ 10.99, is also a winning formula, perfect for Asian dishes.
It is a light wine, but still has the typical dehydration of a wine year in this category.
How to buy the perfect rosé:
1. Color is often determined by skin contact and the grape variety. In general, the wines with the most color are the most fruity, sometimes sweet and the wines with the lighter color are often drier.
2. Aromas can be varied, but usually have aromas of red fruit such as strawberry, cherry, raspberry, citrus and white fruit.
3. Balance is about having the right mix of acidity, fruit flavor and residual sweetness.
4. We recommend drinking rosé young and fresh and within 18 months of introduction.
Aldi has revealed that there are four things to look out for when choosing your rosé and making it a pleasant experience.
It is important to look at the color of the liquid, as this is often determined by skin contact and the grape variety.
The wines with the most colors tend to be the most fruity and the wines with the least colors are dry.
You want an aroma of red fruit such as strawberry, cherry, raspberry and citrus when you twist the cap.
Ultimately, the balance between acidity, fruit flavor and residual sweetness must be good.
& # 39; We recommend drinking rosé young and fresh and within 18 months of introduction & # 39 ;, Aldi said.
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