Aldi has just slashed the cost two of its most popular bottles of Prosecco.
The German supermarket’s Castellore Prosecco Frizzante will now set you back just £3.99 a bottle (down from £5.49) while its Castellore Prosecco Spumante DOC is down from £5.99 to £4.99.
That makes it the cheapest supermarket to pick up some bubbles for the weekend, even cheaper than Iceland’s half price deal on its La Gioiosa Prosecco.
But you’ll need to act fast, with the the Frizzante version already sold out online, and now only available in stor.
The Spumante Prosecco is still available online for £4.99 – and delivery is free if you buy 6 of them.
The German retailer has picked up a string of awards for its fizz too – so you know you’re getting excellent quality as well as good value.
Award-winners include its Prosecco Surperiore DOCG (£7.99) and Organic Prosecco (£7.99), and the highly acclaimed Veuve Monsigny Champagne Brut (£12.49).
Aldi has released a number of Spring themed products this year, and they’re booze range has been no exception.
They recently released a floral Parma Violet flavour of their popular Infusionist Gin. The gin will set you £9.99 for a 50cl bottle, so it’s a bargain too.
The Infusionist Small Batch violet gin will hit shelves on the 26 April, so mark a date in your diary now.
The violet gin is also shimmer infused making it the perfect party drink whether you’re adding to tonic, prosecco or a cocktail.