Introducing a wine so luxurious it’s fit for a Duchess, Aldi‘s decadent Piccini Super Tuscan 2016 is available online now for just £9.99!
Super by name, super by nature, this Tuscan red is one of Italy’s most expensive wines with Meghan Markle’s preferred version, the Tignanello(which she even named her now defunct blog, The Tig, after) going for a whopping £100!
A sumputous blend, a Super Tuscan is known for being a unique combination of non-indigenous Italian grapes, particularly Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc and Syrah.
Developed in the idyllic destination of Tuscany, Aldi’s Piccini Super Tuscan is a classically rich wine with ripe notes of cherries and sultanas. The high quality and full-bodied nature of these Super Tuscan wines often come with a hefty price tag to match, with Fortnum and Mason’s version coming in at £125 and Waitrose selling bottles for £25. Aldi is bringing its customers a great value £9.99 option, just in time for Christmas.
Head online now to bag a bottle of this magnificant blend. The only mistake you’ll make, is not buying more!
Visit https://www.aldi.co.uk/c/wines/All-Wines for more information on Aldi’s wine range.
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