BUBBLY fans can now easily drink fizz on the move thanks to Aldi.
The discounter has launched two sparkling wines in a can – and they’ll set you back £1.69 for 200ml.
The cans are available in Aldi stores across the country
The Castellore Pinot Grigio Frizzante tastes of peach, pear and lemon while Castellore Rosé Frizzante gives off the “summery smell of strawberries” and “scents of peach”, Aldi said.
They come with an alcohol by volume (ABV) of 12 and 10 per cent, respectively.
The fizzy drinks are available in Aldi stores across the country already, but not online. You can find your nearest branch using its store locator.
Of course, you’d get more fizz for your bucks if you bought a bottle, as Aldi’s cheapest bottle of Prosecco Frizzante costs £5.49 for 750ml.
But if you’re just after something to sip on at the summer picnic, the cans could make a great option.
Sainsbury’s also sells sparkling wine in a can and it’ll set you back £2.25 for either 20cl of PinotPinot Pinot Grigio or I Heart Rosé Frizzante.
These come with ABVs of 11.5 and 11 per cent, respectively.
Morrisons sells same-sized cans of Most Wanted Pinot Grigio Sparkling with an ABV of 11.5 per cent for a slightly higher price tag at £2.50.
Or if you like fruity wines, you’ll get away even cheaper by picking up a bigger 25cl can of Echo Falls Sparkling Fruit Summer Berries, which launched last summer.
This costs £1.45 at Iceland or £1.85 at Sainsbury’s, but it comes with a lower ABV of 5.5 per cent.
Remember to always drink responsibly.
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Aldi has totally got us ready for summer by also launching a £39 outdoor pizza oven.
But consider where you keep your fizz, as storing it in the fridge could actually be ruining its taste.
If you’re looking for an icy treat for the picnic, you’ll want to check out Gordon’s gin and lime ice lollies currently on sale at Tesco.
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