Not bad for under €20.
Aldi’s bargain bubbly scooped a ‘Silver Outstanding’ medal at the International Wine and Spirits Challenge.
The supermarket’s multi-award winning Veuve Monsigny Champagne Brut (€19.99) came out tops at the swanky awards ceremony, so you can expect it to be in short supply this weekend as bargain bolly hunters snap up every last drop.
The bestselling bottle is made by Champagne house Philizot & Fils, a world renowned producer that Aldi has been working with for over five years.
Judges also rated the crisp and elegant Exquisite Collection Crémant Du Jura 2015 (€12.49), awarding it a coveted Silver medal and commended Aldi’s Fleur de Prairie Côtes de Provence Rosé (€9.99), which hits store shelves on July 9th.
Better get a bigger trolley.