CHRISTMAS is just 15 days away and Aldi has slashed the price of its Prosecco to £4 ahead of the festive season.
The bargain retailer’s semi-sparkling fizz offers a blend of soft and fruity peach, pear and lemon zest, making it a perfect aperitif.
It has a 10.5 per cent alcohol by volume (ABV) and comes in a 75cl bottle – which gives you around six servings.
The Vino Frizzante normally sells at £4.99 but shoppers can now snap up a bottle of the fizz for just £3.99.
Unfortunately you won’t be able to get your hands on it online as Aldi has run out of stock, but it’s still available in Aldi stores nationwide.
Aldi has more than 830 stores in the UK but it’s worth calling ahead to your nearest store to check if it’s available before making a trip.
The offer will only be around until the end of the year though, so you’ll need to act fast if you want to nab a bottle in time for Christmas and New Year.
Aldi’s is the cheapest Prosecco we could find online. In comparison, Lidl is currently selling bottles of Allini Prosecco Frizzante for £5.49, charging you £1.50 more.
While Asda’s Extra Dry Prosecco is selling for £6, leaving you £2.01 out of pocket.
Sainsbury’s is also selling a Marca Ora Prosecco for £5.25, costing you an extra £1.26.
You may want to check out our round-up of the cheapest Christmas champagne, Prosecco, cava and fizz for more information.
But did you know that it’s Morrisons’ £10 Prosecco that was named the best in a blind taste test by Good Housekeeping magazine earlier this year.
In related news, we warned that alcohol prices in supermarkets could rise to help save pubs.
As always, remember to drink responsibly and be DrinkAware.