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Anyone shop for wine at Aldi's?

Posted on June 22, 2019 at 15:29:07

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Location: N.E. Ohio
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Just this month I've begun shopping there. Some decent food bargains, but wondering how decent their wines are. I bought a Pinot Grigio there that was ok for $7. They have quite selection of wine under $20. Any suggestions?


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Here's a link to a recent blog on Aldi's wines..., posted on June 23, 2019 at 08:10:38
I shopped @ Aldi's years ago when making frequent visits to Iowa, but we don't have them in my area.

The blog is a good one, IMO.


Thanks., posted on September 22, 2019 at 16:29:25

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Location: N.E. Ohio
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It seems like a good place to begin. I forwarded the website to a wine critic I know. Will be interesting to get his feedback.


Imagine a decent Loire made Sauvignon Blanc for less than $Au 10, posted on December 26, 2019 at 16:37:12
Timbo in Oz

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Location: Canberra - in the ACT - SE Australia
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Daily drinkers come from Aldi. But they come from France, Chile, Spain, Sicily, Italy, and form Australia and NZ.

With a few exceptions, like 1 litre bottles from our very own wine lake.

For special occasions? We mostly drink wines from the well regarded Canberra Wine District. Plus a few from the Hunter Valley, like aged dry Semillon. Which is a uniquely Australian style of big-flavoured dry white. And they benefit from age.

For stickies, NE Victoria and SE NSW which are contiguous.


Tim Bailey

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RE: Anyone shop for wine at Aldi's?, posted on May 8, 2020 at 03:36:02
You will be better served by purchasing wine from Trader Joe's than from Aldi. At the under ten dollar price range, I cannot recommend any of their wines.


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