Aldi slashes the price of fan favourite wines in HALF – and it’s just in time for Father’s Day

 IN CASE you didn’t already know, it’s Father’s Day this Sunday – but don’t worry if you’re not prepared just yet.

Aldi is slashing the price of its best-selling wines by 50 per cent, so why not treat your dad to a bottle?

The deliciously fruity rose is available for a bargain price


The deliciously fruity rose is available for a bargain priceCredit: Aldi
The tasty Rioja has been slashed in price


The tasty Rioja has been slashed in priceCredit: Aldi
White wine fans can enjoy the delicious Sauvignon Blanc


White wine fans can enjoy the delicious Sauvignon BlancCredit: Aldi

From now until the 16th June, the bargain supermarket is offering some of it’s most delicious wines for £4.

So, if your dad is a fan of Lisbon Rosé, Chapter & Verse Sauvignon Semillon and Rioja – he’s in luck.

Whether Pops prefers a white, red, or rosé, Aldi has it covered – cheers to that!

After a vivid red? Go for the Rioja.


Originally priced at £7.99, it’s not just £3.99 – that’s a whopping 50 per cent off.

The aromatic blend features notes of vanilla, spice and coconut, with a surrounding red fruit sensation.

Offering a fine, smooth, and rounded palette, this red leaves a delicious aftertaste.

Or go for the Chapter & Verse Sauvignon Semillon instead – was £5.19, now £3.49.

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The drink is an elegant blend of two classic varieties and boasts rich gooseberry notes from the Sauvignon Blanc grape combined with lemon notes from the Semillon to create this citrusy wine.

There’s also the Lisbon Rosé, which can be yours for £3.99, down from £7.99

Aldi’s Latest Specialbuys – and prices start from £3.99

One for the fruit fans, this rosé offers flavours of wild fruit and bursts of blackberries and raspberries.

Serve it with fish, chicken, sushi, or summer salads to really bring out it’s yummy taste.

But wine-lovers will have to be quick as these offers are limited to just one week, while stocks last! 

Aldi’s selection of wines is available in stores and via Click & Collect now.

And while you’re in store, why not try out the new beers and ciders inspired by your favourite tipples – and you can even get change for a pound.

While it might sound too good to be true, the drinks are part of the supermarket’s new line of craft beers and ciders.

Not only are there tons of fruity flavours to choose from, but these tins are perfect for packing in a picnic or supping during your next BBQ.

NHS guidelines on drinking alcohol

According to the NHS, regularly drinking more than 14 units of alcohol a week risks damaging your health.

To keep health risks from alcohol to a low level if you drink most weeks:

  • men and women are advised not to drink more than 14 units a week on a regular basis 
  • spread your drinking over 3 or more days if you regularly drink as much as 14 units a week
  • if you want to cut down, try to have several drink-free days each week

If you’re pregnant or think you could become pregnant, the safest approach is not to drink alcohol at all to keep risks to your baby to a minimum.

You read more on the NHS website.

Even better, all of them are super summery too.

Among the yet-to-be-released beers, there is a Passion Fruit Martini Pale Ale from The Hop Foundry which is said to be a ‘light and refreshing’ tipple.

Not bad for just £1.99 per can, right?

Aldi is set to stock The Hop Foundry’s Strawberry Daiquiri Pale Ale (also £1.99), which is brimming with berries and hops.

If you are waiting for Wimbledon to enjoy your strawberries though, you could pick up the brand’s Peach on the Beach Pale Ale.

With its mellow peach flavour and hops, this subtle tipple claims to have the ‘essence of summer in every sip’.

Shoppers will be-cider themselves though, as the German supermarket will also be stocking fruity Taurus ciders too.

For anyone who wasn’t already sold, these tipples will just be 99p each (yes, you read that right) and will come in 330ml tins.

Perfect for cheeky drinks in the park or after work, there are three new flavours to choose from.

This includes cheeky Pina Colada Flavoured Cider with its sweet and creamy taste that will give you instant holiday vibes – even if the weather is rubbish.


Aldi fans can also pick up the Passion Fruit Martini Flavoured Cider, which has bold floral and citrusy notes that are made for summer.

According to the retailer, this tipple is best served over ice with a wedge of tangy lime too.

Shoppers can get the bargain wines in Aldi stores right now


Shoppers can get the bargain wines in Aldi stores right nowCredit: Getty

When’s the best time to shop at Aldi?

WHEN it comes to shopping at Aldi, the best time to do so depends on what you want to buy.

For reduced items – when shops open

Red sticker items are rare at Aldi’s 830 UK stores, but the supermarket says that none of its food goes to waste so there are some to be found – if you’re quick.

A spokesman for the supermarket said: “All items are reduced to 50 per cent of the recommend sales price before stores open on their best before or use by dates.”

That means you have the best chance of finding reduced food items if you go into stores as soon as it opens.

Opening times vary by shop but a majority open from 7am or 8am. You can find your nearest store’s times by using the supermarket’s online shop finder tool.

For Specialbuys – Thursdays and Sundays

Specialbuys are Aldi’s weekly collection of items that it doesn’t normally sell, which can range from pizza ovens to power tools.

New stock comes into stores every Thursday and Sunday, so naturally, these are the best days to visit for the best one-off special deals.

For an even better chance of bagging the best items, head there for your local store’s opening time.

You don’t have to head into stores to bag a Specialbuy, though.

They also go on sale online, usually at midnight on Thursday and Sunday, and you can pre-order them up to a week in advance.

As long as you spend at least £25, you’ll get the items delivered for free.

Remember: once they’re gone, they’re gone, so if there’s something you really want, visit as early as possible

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