Aldi’s fizz has been crowned the best supermarket own-brand Prosecco, beating competitors such as Waitrose and Sainsbury’s.
The supermarket’s Specially Selected Prosecco DOCG Millesimato came out as first in the Good Housekeeping’s annual taste test, adding to its impressive list of tipple-related accolades.
The Prosecco DOCG Millesimato, which costs £8.99 for a 75cl bottle, is a light sparkling wine with fine, persistent bubbles and is made from Italian-grown Glera grapes.
According to the supermarket, it is an ideal addition to your Christmas table as its fruit flavour, with aromas of ripe golden apples and a hint of white flowers makes it a great accompaniment to festive canapes and titbits.
Marks and Spencer came out as the overall winter of Good Housekeeping’s annual taste test, scooping the top position in four categories: Mince Pies with a Twist, Bottled Cocktails, Dessert Centrepieces and Yule Logs.
For those who want to get a head start on their Christmas shopping, Aldi supermarket has also recently brought back its Christmas hampers with prices starting from just £19.99.
Available to pre-order online now, the festive food hampers are jam-packed with everything you need to see you through the festive period.Internet Explorer Channel Network