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Add a ‘pop’ to Bonfire Night with Aldi’s award-winning Champagne
19 Oct 2018


Aldi has announced it will be selling its best-selling Veuve Monsigny Champagne Brut NV in a limited-edition firework design for a pocket-friendly £12.99, just in time for Bonfire Night celebrations.
Hitting the store shelves and online from Sunday 28th October, the award-winning Champagne will be wrapped in a special design, featuring colourful, bursting fireworks. Why not stock up on a few bottles in preparation for New Year’s Eve, to start 2019 with a real bang?
Originating from the renowned Champagne house of Philizot & Fils, the complex and elegant blend of Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier grapes in this highly acclaimed fizz creates a unique and elegant taste, making it the perfect party starter.

Aldi’s Mistress of Wine, Sam Caporn comments: “In my opinion, the Veuve Monsigny is one of the very best, if not THE best value fizz sold in the UK today. In fact, one in every twelve bottles of Champagne sold in the UK now comes from Aldi.
“It has won countless awards and this striking new design is perfect for putting some sparkle into any  celebration.”
The Veuve Monsigny Champagne Brut continues to go from strength to strength this year, having been awarded a Silver Outstanding medal at the International Wine & Spirits Competition, a Commended award at the Decanter World Wine Awards, as well as a Bronze at the International Wine Challenge.
 
Visit www.aldi.co.uk/c/wines/bubbles  for more information*.
 
*Scottish customers are not able to buy products that fall below the MUP. Any orders placed to Scottish addresses which do not meet the requirements of MUP will be refunded.
 
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