The German supermarket chain - famed for their ingenious versions of the £100 pizza oven, the £4.99 'Big Daddy' steak, and the £299 hot tub - are back with an alcohol deal to rival that of their £10 award winning gin.

They've launched a three-litre (yes, THREE) bottle of Prosecco, and it'll hit our shelves just in time for Christmas - November 14 to be precise.

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The DOCG Prosecco is due for stock later in the autumn, and follows the success to the company's sparkling wine and Champagne.

Three litres are the equivalent of 24 glasses, and is approximately four times the size of the standard bottle of wine. It will cost £39.99.

One Twitter user added: "Guess where I'll be on November 14... yep you guessed it, queueing outside Aldi." - And, in fairness, when Lidl launched a cracking Prosecco deal, people did something very similar.

The size is the most impressive thing about the bottle, but there are more decent stats behind it.

The fizz itself, from Italy's Veneto region, is also meant to be a crowd-pleaser. The 11 percent ABV wine has a light nose with 'fresh citrus fruits and wisteria flower' and also has a 'refreshing acidity and soft sherbet taste'.

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To get a feel for the taste, Aldi already stocks Prosecco Superiore by DOCG which similarly has 'pleasing bubbles' with 'attractive autumn fruits and delicate floral touches'.

The 75cl bottle will only set you back £7.99, too.

And it is in Aldi we trust when it comes to alcohol. Their gin was voted as one of the best in the world at a prestigious international spirits competition.

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The Oliver Cromwell London Dry Gin was handed a gold medal at the International Wine and Spirits Challenge (IWSC), beating a bottle that cost four times more.

But, in addition to that, the supermarket picked up 20 medals at the competition for its fine range of spirits. It also won Supermarket Own Brand Spirits Range Of The year at the event.

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