We might have to throw a party just for an excuse to whip up a charcuterie tray with some of these.
Is there any better combination than wine and cheese? If you’re looking for a good bottle and a complementing cheese to go with it, Aldi has some brand new options to consider. The fan-favorite grocer recently launched a new ten-bottle premium wine collection under its Specially Selected label, along with seven specialty cheeses that complement them.
Five of the wines will be available year-round, while the other five will only be available in the fall. And they're all under $15. If you're making a trip to Aldi for wine and charcuterie board ingredients in the near future, here's what to add to your haul.
New wine offerings available all year:
Uco Valley Malbec: $8
Alto Adige Pinot Grigio: $10
Côtes de Provence Rosé: $10
Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc: $10
Napa Valley Cabernet: $15
New wine offerings available this fall:
Rioja Reserva: $9
Barossa Valley Shiraz: $10
DOCG Prosecco: $11
Sparkling Brut Rosé: $11
"Whether it's the perfect expression of what Napa Valley has to offer or an ancestral vineyard nestled in the south of France, the Specially Selected Wine Collection gives consumers a premium tasting experience without the added costs," said Director of National Buying, Arlin Zajmi in a press release. "With the holiday season approaching, these wines are the perfect complement to special occasions like Friendsgiving, holiday parties, and birthdays, offering guests a global getaway from the comfort of home."
All of the new cheese offerings are under $5 and range in flavor and texture.
Specially Selected Cheese Collection items available this season:
Parmesan Reggiano Assortment: $4
Farmhouse Blue Cheese Wedge: $4
Tete de Moine Rosettes: $5
Cocoa Cardona: $4
Fontina de Provence: $4
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