A selection of our favourite great value wines from Aldi, now updated with two Australian reds available until the end of August 2017...

Shortlisted for Decanter’s Retailer of the Year 2016 awards in the Supermarket category, Aldi has gone from strength to strength since the launch of its e-commerce wine site in January 2016.

See also: Medal-winning Aldi wines at the Decanter World Wine Awards 2017

With new wines making their way into stores as we speak, we have come up with a list of our favourites. Although most of Aldi’s range is available on their website, some of these are only available in stores.

UPDATE 14/8/2017: We have just added two wines by Wakefield, available in Aldi’s Summer Wine Festival range which runs until the end of August.

The best Aldi wines to buy:

Aldi, Origin Pure No Sulphur Added Cabernet Sauvignon, 2015

Aldi, Origin Pure No Sulphur Added Cabernet Sauvignon, 2015

You may feel that not adding sulphur might limit fruit freshness, but that is not the case for this Western Cape wine. The nose is deep and energetic, full of summer berries. The palate becomes fuller but maintains those fresh fruit berries, with blackberry and blackcurrant also emerging. A great…

Points 91
Aldi, Animus, Douro, Portugal, 2014

Aldi, Animus, Douro, Portugal, 2014

A subtle but lingering start of pepper, red fruit and plum introduces a palate with extraordinary red and dark fruit fruit concentration...

Points 90

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