Food Aldi's Award-Winning $8 Rosé Has Returned For A Limited Time

16:16  17 may  2018
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This Award - Winning $ 8 Wine Is Coming to the U. S . for the First Time . To qualify for the great value awards, wines also have to win a gold or silver medal in the main International While the Exquisite Collection Côtes de Provence Rosé itself won a silver medal, Aldi actually won 18 medals altogether.

Aldi , a German grocery store chain. By Michelle Stark, Times food editor. Aldi ' s Exquisite Collection Côtes de Provence Rosé 2016, which retails for about $ 8 , has won awards from the International Wine Challenge two years in a row.

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Rosé season is officially in full force, and in honor of the year’s most exciting seasonal beverage transition, Aldi is bringing back one of its most beloved wines, Exquisite Collection Côtes de Provence Rosé.

About a year ago, it won a silver medal at the International Wine Challenge, where it was praised for its "delicate yet intense flavors of strawberry and white fruit aromas, with a subtle quartzy spice." This accolade is especially exciting for thrifty rosé lovers because the a bottle only costs $7.99.

Needless to say, after all that, when the Exquisite Collection Côtes de Provence Rosé finally came to Aldi shelves in America last year, we had to give it a try. Before ever drinking it on its own, we did a blind taste test with Aldi's $7.99 rosé and a $20 bottle of rosé. The outcome? We couldn't tell the difference. Both wines had hints of strawberry and spice, and we liked them both — but one was significantly cheaper.

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Aldi ' s Award - Winning $ 8 Rosé Is Finally Coming To America. Today, however, Aldi let us know that the rosé is finally coming to stores here in America for a limited time starting September 20.

Aldi ' s Award - Winning Bottle of Rosé Is Now Available in the US! Love It. The popular — and ridiculously cheap — bottle will be on Aldi ' s shelves in the US, but only for a limited time .

Aldi shoppers apparently agreed that the Exquisite Collection Côtes de Provence Rosé was delicious and virtually indistinguishable from a rosé that costs twice as much, because according to the grocery chain, it "flew off the shelves." And because it proved to be so "wildly popular" in America, Aldi has now decided to bring it back for a limited time. Starting today, Exquisite Collection Côtes de Provence Rosé will available at U.S. locations of the grocery store once again. It will only be around for the summer, however, so we all better start stocking up now. With it's impressively low price, we should be able to afford it.

Non-Alcoholic Rosé Is Here So Even More People Can #RoséAllDay .
Recently, however, we were surprised by a new kind of rosé drink.&nbsp;If it just crossed your mind that the most fun thing about rosé is its alcohol content and therefore a non-alcoholic rosé is pointless, we get where you're coming from. But, let's not forget that, for better or for worse, the trend has been adapted into many different foods that don't contain alcohol. Over the past several years, we've seen rosé doughnuts, rosé chocolate, rosé jelly, and more, and none of those items have the ability to get you drunk. They were appealing for other reasons.

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