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Unsurprisingly, it's been a huge hit during lockdown, with the supermarket giant explaining there's been an "unprecedented demand" for the service.
Although the online wine shop has been up and running for the last four years, some customers are only just discovering it for the first time.
Like many supermarkets offering online grocery deliveries, Aldi has put in place contact-free measures so you can have your vino delivered safely.
Delivery is even free, if you spend over £20 and a limit of 12 bottles per order has been put in place (amidst the ongoing pandemic) to make sure there's enough for everyone.
Aldi has also explained that due to the unprecedented demand, delivery may take longer than usual and could be between three and 10 days.
"Our colleagues and suppliers are working round the clock to keep our warehouse stocked and to replenish our online range," said Aldi.
There's plenty of tipple to choose from, including red, white and rose wines, sparkling options, prosecco and some very delicious spirits including gins in a range of different flavours from peach and orange blossom, to raspberry and coconut, 'mystical unicorn' and violet shimmer.
There's also a passionfruit gin liqueur, tequila, Amaretto and a range of different rums, from spiced rhubarb to coconut as well as whiskies and vodkas.
You can also buy cases, including 12 mini bottles of prosecco, a 'world explorer' wine collection and a 'classy cocktails' case which features Aldi's most popular Organic Proseccos with Haysmith's Peach & Orange Blossom Gin, The Infusionists Strawberry Lemonade Gin Liqueur and Strawberry and Watermelon Vodka Crush.
If you want to place an order, simply head over to the Aldi website, but be aware that delivery times are extended. Cheers!
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