When you think of the summer fruits you enjoy the most, grapefruit might not be at the top of your list since its season is mostly over by June. This year, however, Aldi has a new treat just in time for the warm weather that might just change your mind.
Now for a limited time, the supermarket chain is selling brand new Sweet Grapefruit Rosé from the Moiselle Couture Collection. According to an Aldi representative, the crisp and light rosé wine is infused with the flavors of juicy grapefruit, bright tangerine and lush tropical fruit. The best part? It’s just $4.49 a bottle right now!
Unfortunately, because the new wine is a limited edition, quantities are limited and it is also not sold at all Aldi locations. So, if you happen to see it near you, you’ll want to grab a bottle before you miss out!
Some lucky wine fans have found the new grapefruit rosé at their local Aldi and shared their thoughts on social media. Instagram user @beccadrinkswine says it was good and she was “pleasantly surprised by how well the grapefruit worked,” but it is quite sweet. She says it was actually better when mixed with other wines.
If you’re not a fan of grapefruit, Aldi also has a brand new watermelon wine that sounds absolutely perfect for summer. From Burlwood Cellars Pacific Fruit Vineyards, the wine is available for a limited time and in limited quantities.
According to the product description, the wine is best served chilled and features notes of watermelon and citrus “complimented by a rich, long-lasting finish.”
Not a fan of watermelon either? Don’t worry, there’s more! Aldi also just added two other Moiselle Couture Collection wines to their stores, also currently for just $4.49: Sangria and White Sangria.
The sangria is a red wine-based beverage infused with hints of pineapple, orange and peach, while the white sangria is light and refreshing with hints of lemon and lime.
Here are the three new wines together, as posted by Instagrammer @aldi.mademedoit.
Which new Aldi wine will you be adding to your shopping list?
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