Aldi is about to launch its most luxurious wine yet – a £34.99 bottle of Chassagne-Montrachet – and they’re predicting it to be so popular that they’re limiting it to two bottles per customer. Crumbs.
For any of you who are absolutely not clued up on their wine (us neither!) Chassagne-Montrachet is a village in Burgundy, France and the grapes grown there are used to make both red and white wines. They are most famed for their whites which are supposed to be the absolute shit – as in some of the best wines in the whole wide world, and fetch anywhere from £50 to £150 a bottle.
Anyway, the good news is that Aldi is bringing a slightly more purse-friendly version to its website, and it’ll be available from Monday 13th December, allowing you plenty of time to get a bottle (or two, but not more) in time for Christmas.
The wine is described as: “Fruity, yet dry with aromas of white flowers, stone fruit and almonds”.
Julie Ashfield from Aldi said: “We’re proud to be constantly extending our award winning collection of wines, from the most affordable to the most premium options such as this exciting new addition. As always, our fantastic supplier relations allows us to provide our shoppers with the most premium wines such as this, at the most competitive prices. With a limited number of bottles of this wine being sold, we hope our wine enthusiast customers move quickly to snap up a bottle or two!”.