Aldi Is Selling A 1-Litre Bottle Of Wine For $6 That's Getting Rave Reviews
When you go to the bottle shop, you're usually met with a hell of a lot of options. If you don't know what you're searching for, it can be a pretty overwhelming experience.
Do you go for the $20 bottle or the one with the cool design on the front? Do your dinner hosts like Savvy B or are they more into their Pinot Noirs?
Who the hell knows, but one thing that is pretty much certain is there's a larger-than-normal bottle of wine available for purchase that is getting rave reviews - and it's being sold at Aldi Australia, of all places.
While some might think the low-cost supermarket chain features cheaper knock-offs, there are actually loads of things inside that will blow your mind. The Small Talk Shiraz, which is not only sold for just $6 but also comes in a one-litre bottle, has been getting a lot of attention online.
One shopper posted a photo of their bottle to the Aldi Mum's Facebook page and admitted it had completely won her over.
The unnamed woman is a self-confessed wine snob and says she prefers the likes of Penfolds to throw down her throat (don't we all), but the Small Talk Shiraz has truly switched up the game for her.
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A friend got her hooked on the $6 bottle and now she's not looking back, according to the post. The photo was met by others who were raving about the drop and reckon that it's an absolute steal.
One person wrote: "Wow, not bad for $6. Very easy to drink, nothing sinister, pleasant straight out of the bottle and a nice aftertaste. A bit thin but maybe that's its age."
Another added: "Sensational value for money quaffer from Aldi."
People also took the time to add that the One Road Shiraz being sold at Aldi is also a brilliant bottle of wine.
The South Australian wine has beaten other wines worth more than $150 in blind taste tests and even won the gold award at the 2017 Great Australian Shiraz Challenge. The One Road Shiraz also won a trophy for 'Best Medium Bodied Dry Red Wine' at the Sydney International Wine Competition in the same year.
So, it looks like you don't have to fork out loads of money to get good wine.
Featured Image Credit: Aldi Australia
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