Aldi have announced their Summer Wine Festival, an in-store promotion showcasing some of the best examples of modern winemaking. The Festival runs nationwide from Sunday 21st August 2016, with bottles priced from €7.99 to €12.99.
In total, 26 wines from all over the world are featured. The 14 regions represented include: Chile, South Africa, Hungary, France, Italy, Austria, California, Australia, Argentina, Romania, Spain, New Zealand, Germany and Portugal.
Highlights include the Austrian Domäene Wachau, Grüner Vetliner (€8.99 75cl) – a crisp, dry white that’s perfect with fish or poultry; and the oak-aged South African Leaf Plucker Sauvignon Blanc (€9.99 75cl), a classic example of its type.
Red wines are well represented too, among them the Edition Fritz Keller, Pinot Noir (€9.99 75cl) from Germany, packed with the flavours of berries and cherry with subtle, spicy notes; and Nikau Point Reserve (€9.99 75cl) from New Zealand, a medium-bodied Syrah with soft tannins and vibrant cherry fruit.