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Aldi toasts worlds best wine regions with wine festival range
18 Aug 2016

This summer, Aldi is launching a new and unique range of limited edition wines from the world’s greatest wine regions. Available online and in stores nationwide from 21st August while stocks last, the Aldi Wine Festival collection is comprised of a superb line-up of Old and New World reds and whites with wines from five continents and 14 different countries representing some of the most famous winemaking regions. Affordably priced between £4.99 and £8.99, the range is exciting and wonderfully drinkable, with a variety of tastes and flavours that offers something for every occasion.

Mayoral Reservado Syrah Cabernet
Produced in Jumilla, Spain
Case of six £38.94/single bottle £6.49
Available from 21st August in stores and online
A majestic, full bodied red wine with an immense character, Mayoral Reservado is the perfect accompaniment to red meats fresh from the barbecue. Bold and luscious, this Spanish Cabernet gives you complex aromas of sweet black and stone fruits combined with coffee notes.

Nonius Estate Feteasca Neagra Shiraz
Produced in Viile Timisului, Romania
Case of six £32.94/single bottle £5.49
Available from 21st August in stores and online
If you like your reds velvety smooth then this ruby red Romanian Shiraz will be the wine for you. An intensely fragrant bouquet of fruit and spice notes, the Feteasca Neagra grape in this shiraz produces flavours of an almost Italian character. Match this wine with pasta dishes and cooked meats.

Amigo Secreto Syrah-Carignan
Produced in Valle del Rapel, Chile
Case of six £41.94/single bottle £6.99
Available from 21st August in stores and online
An organic wine from one of South America’s most respected and innovative biodynamic producers, this deep ruby red Syrah combines fresh cherry aromas with a touch of cassis, chocolate and spice. The carefully selected organic grapes give this wine a full body and a rich acidity that leaves you with an elegant wine that pairs perfectly with pork dishes.
Edition Fritz Keller Pinot Noir
Produced in Baden, Germany  
Case of six £38.94/single bottle £6.49
Available from 21st August in stores and online
Germany’s finest pick of seasonal fruits are combined in this Pinot Noir to give you a wine packed with mouthwatering flavours. Experience notes of ripe cherries, fleshy raspberries and red-fruited plums and pair this perfect picnic tipple with roast chicken, salmon and light cheeses.
Leaf Plucker Sauvignon Blanc
Produced in the Coastal Region, South Africa
Case of six £41.94/single bottle £6.99
Available from 21st August in stores and online
Produced by one of South Africa’s top Sauvignon Blanc makers, this wine has a beautifully concentrated palate and an incredible freshness. With aromas of Guava, citrus and honeysuckle, Leaf Plucker owes its developed complexity and fresh subtle green flavours to its skin & barrel fermentation and of course the grape’s extended exposure to sunlight, courtesy of the leaf plucking sheep, making this a Sauvignon like no other.
Single Vineyard Vermentino
Produced in South Eastern Australia
Case of six £38.94/single bottle £6.49
Available from 21st August in stores and online
Looking for a refreshing zesty white? Look no further than this single vineyard Vermentino from South East Australia. Its fresh, ripe lime, lemon and tropical aromas make this steely green tinted white a hit with wine lovers everywhere.
Callia Alta Torrontes
Produced in San Juan, Argentina
Case of six £32.94/single bottle £5.49
Available from 21st August in stores and online
Experience a taste of South America with this bright, refreshing white. With delicate aromas of oranges and white tropical flowers, this wine is perfectly balanced with a gentle sweetness and makes an unbeatable accompaniment to spicy Asian cuisine or summer plates of salmon or tuna.
Produced in the Tokaji Region, Hungary
Case of six £35.94/single bottle £5.99
Available from 21st August in stores and online
Consistently championed by connoisseurs, the Hungarian Furmint grape creates an incredibly exciting, deliciously dry white wine. Enjoy as an aperitif and savour the crisp and fruity characteristics, fresh on the nose with apples, apricots and a hint of honey. Served alongside salads, smoked dishes and grilled meats, this unique wine will delight any dinner guest.
Full product list:
o    Encosta Da Viñha; Dão, Portugal - £4.99 (2015)
o    Punta de Lobos Malbec; Colchagua Valley, Chile - £6.99 (2014)
o    Domaene Wachau Grüner Veltliner; Wachau, Austria - £6.99 (2015)
o    Palmento Nero d’Avola; Sicily, Italy - £5.99 (2015)
o    Single Vineyard Vermentino; South Eastern Australia - £6.49 (2015)
o    Nonius Estate Feteasca Neagra Shiraz; Viile Timisului, Romania - £5.49 (2015)
o    Mayoral Reservado Syrah Cabernet; Jumilla, Spain - £6.49 (2015)
o    Leaf Plucker Sauvignon Blanc; Coastal Region, South Africa - £6.99 (2016)
o    Verdicchio Dei Castelli di Jesi Classico; Marche, Italy - £5.49 (2015)
o    Edition Fritz Keller Pinot Noir; Baden, Germany - £6.49 (2014)
o    Cairanne Côtes du Rhône; Villages, France - £6.99 (2014)
o    Callia Alta Torrontés; San Juan, Argentina - £5.49 (2015)
o    De Bortoli G.S Pinot Noir; Yarra Valley, Australia - £7.49 (2015)
o    Jan & Johan Old Vines Cinsault; Paarl, South Africa - £5.99 (2014)
o    Punta de Lobos, Sauvignon Blanc; Casablanca Valley, Chile - £6.99 (2015)
o    Edition Fritz Keller Riesling; Baden, Germany - £5.99 (2015)
o    Gloria Reserva Tinta Roriz; Douro, Portugal - £5.99 (2014)
o    Artisan Gewürztraminer; Tasmania, Australia - £8.99 (2015)
o    Amigo Secreto Syrah-Carignan; Valle del Rapel, Chile - £6.99 (2015)
o    Furmint; Tokaji Region, Hungary - £5.99 (2015)
o    Meadowhawk Cellars Zinfandel; California, USA - £6.99 (2014)
o    Nikau Point Reserve Syrah; Hawkes Bay, New Zealand - £6.99 (2014)
o    La Baume Viognier; Languedoc-Roussillon, France - £7.99 (2015)
o    Roodeberg Reserve ‘Bordeaux Blend’; Western Cape, South Africa - £6.99 (2014)
o    Ashwood Estate Pinot Gris; Gisborne, New Zealand - £6.49 (2014)
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