€50 Spent on ALDI WINE: Is it Worth the Price?

As a wine enthusiast, I’m always on the hunt for the best value bottles on the market. That’s why I recently decided to put ALDI’s wine selection to the test – spending a mere €50 to see if their affordable options could measure up to more expensive bottles. In this post, I’ll share with you my honest thoughts on whether ALDI’s wine offerings are worth the price tag, as well as my top picks for those looking to get the most bang for their buck.

€50 Spent on ALDI WINE: Is it Worth the Price?


Wine is a drink that has been enjoyed for centuries, and along the way, it has become an art form. Many people associate expensive wines with quality, but the reality is that you can find some hidden gems even among the more reasonably priced bottles. One popular retailer that offers a wide range of wines is Aldi. In this article, we will explore the taste and quality of some of Aldi’s cheapest wines, which cost between €2.79 and €6.99. Will they measure up to their more expensive counterparts or will they fall short?

Tasting Aldi’s Cheap Wines

As a content writer, I was curious to try a range of Aldi’s cheap wines to see if they could stand up to their more expensive counterparts. I tried a selection of red, white, and rose wines from various regions. Here are the wines I tasted and the ratings that I gave to each.

1. The Cheapest Wine: Castellore Chianti, €2.79

This wine has a fruity aroma with a hint of spice, and the taste is light and slightly tart. It is a pleasant wine that might be okay for pairing with dinner, but it’s not particularly remarkable.

Rating: 2.5/5

2. Toro Loco Tempranillo, €3.49

The Toro Loco Tempranillo has a strong fruity aroma and a light, easy-to-drink taste. It has a slightly sweet aftertaste that might appeal to fans of sweeter wines. This wine is easy to drink with light cheese or small bites.

Rating: 3/5

3. Soave Classico, €3.99

This white wine has a fresh and fruity aroma that is somewhat reminiscent of green apples and stone fruit. The taste is light and slightly sweet, with a hint of acidity at the end. It would pair perfectly with a grilled fish or chicken dish.

Rating: 3.5/5

4. JP Chenet Cabernet Syrah, €4.99

This wine has a strong scent of blackberries and plums, with additional subtle hints of spicy notes. The taste is round, fruity, and a bit acidic, but is a good value for its price.

Rating: 3.5/5

5. The Best Wine: Fiori Del Suit Zibibo, €3.79

This Sicilian white wine has a strong scent of tropical fragrance and notes of pear and pineapple. It has a crisp and refreshing taste with just the right amount of acidity, making it well-balanced and enjoyable to drink. It will pair perfectly with shellfish, white meats and salads.

Rating: 4/5


Overall, I was pleasantly surprised at the quality of Aldi’s cheaper wines. They may not be as refined as some more expensive wines, but they hold their own and are great value for their price. In fact, I would not hesitate to serve some of them to guests who are not looking to break the bank. The Fiori Del Suit Zibibo was the clear winner and it is a wine that will not disappoint.


  1. Can you find high-quality wines at Aldi?
    Answer: Yes, Aldi offers a great selection at an affordable price, ranging from everyday wines to rarer vintages.

  2. What are the best food pairings for Fiori Del Suit Zibibo?
    Answer: Fiori Del Suit Zibibo pairs well with shellfish, white meats and salads.

  3. Are cheap wines worth the price?
    Answer: The quality of cheap wines can vary, but some cheaper wines can be well-made and tasty, as highlighted in this article for Aldi wines.

  4. Why are some wines more expensive than others?
    Answer: The price of wine is often attributed to the quality of the grape, the region where it’s produced, and the production process.

  5. Is wine tasting subjective?
    Answer: Yes, everyone has their own preferences while tasting wines.