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  • The supermarket has cut costs across its range of industry-recognised tipples, saving shoppers up to £148
  • Good Housekeeping Institute approved, with ‘best buy’ accolades, the products are available across stores nationwide while stocks last

Aldi shoppers will be dreaming of a wine Christmas this year, as its premium range of award-winning fortified tipples return to the supermarket.

From Portugal’s Douro Valley to the sunny vineyards of Spain and France, these wines make the perfect pairing for after dinner desserts and spreads, as well as a quality gifting option for loved ones.

Available in stores nationwide now, prices start from as little as £4.69 a bottle thanks to the supermarket’s savvy seasonal savings – meaning shoppers can save up to 93% compared to the likes of Taylor’s and Ramos Pinto. What’s not to like?

Fletcher’s 10-Year-Old Tawny Port (WAS £13.49, NOW £11.99 – 75cl)

Likened to Taylor’s but coming in at a whopping 93% cheaper, this rich, silky and full on flavour port achieved GOLD standard at this year’s International Wine Competition[1], as well as a SILVER accolade at the International Wine & Spirits Challenge[2]. Also scooping up ‘Best Budget Tawny Port’ by the Good Housekeeping Institute[3], judges were delighted by its “rich fruit-forward nature” and commented that it was “more powerful than the price tag.”

Fletcher’s LBV Port (WAS £9.49, NOW £8.99 – 75cl)

Offering competitive savings of 68% (£19) to Ramos Pinto, this popular velvety port boasts a wonderful combination of ripe fruit flavours balanced by dark chocolate and black pepper tannings. An ideal tipple for frosty festive nights.

Specially Selected Sauternes (WAS £10.49 NOW £7.49 – 37.5cl)

With a luscious palate for sweet wine lovers, it’s no surprise this tipple won BRONZE in the International Wine Challenge[4] and Decanter World Wine Awards[5]. Also awarded ‘Best Budget Sauternes’ by the Good Housekeeping Institute[6], judges noted its “enticing notes of tinned peaches, pineapple and ginger” that  beat brands costing over double the price– much like the Definition’s version!

Specially Selected Pedro Ximenez Sherry (WAS £6.49, NOW £6.29 – 37.5cl)

This sherry has scooped up three award accolades this year. Achieving SILVER in the Decanter World Wine Awards[7]  and BRONZE in the International Wine & Spirits Challenge[8], it was also awarded ‘Best Budget Sherry’ by Good Housekeeping Institute[9]. Judges called out notes of “dried fig and a touch of Christmas spice” commenting it was “powerful, treacle-sweet and hearty”. The tipple beat rivals including Gonzalez Byass Leonor, which retails at nearly £14 more sherry Christmas indeed.

Specially Selected Sweet Clare Valley Riesling (WAS £7.99 NOW £5.99 – 75cl)

Full of character, this sweet Riesling offers fresh, pretty and floral notes with bright citrus and juicy stone fruit flavours. With a profile like Petaluma Hanlin Hill,  this tipple could save shoppers up to 79% (£22) this Christmas.

Specially Selected Manzanilla Sherry (WAS £6.29 NOW £4.69 – 37.5cl)

Aged for several years and highly commended by International Wine Challenge judges[10], this Spanish beauty has a subtle sweet apple and biscuit taste, while offering a 72% (£12)  saving to the likes of Hidalgo Patrana.

Aldi’s range of reduced award-winning Fortified Wines are available in stores now. Promotions available until 24th December while stock lasts.


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