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Aldi Is Selling a Fancy Rosé for $7.99 a Bottle

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The pink wine, formerly exclusive to the UK, has won multiple awards

The award-winning Exquisite Collection Côtes de Provence Rosé 2016, a wine previously exclusive to Aldi grocery stores in the U.K., is coming to store shelves across America.

On Sept. 20, while supplies last, wine-enthusiasts across the nation can pick up a bottle (or two) of the highly anticipated rosé for $7.99 at any Aldi location that sells alcohol. In a press release, the wine’s taste is described as “delicate yet intense” with flavors of “strawberry and white fruit, with a subtle touch of spice.” For two years running, the wine, made by Julian Faulkner, has been named the best value rosé at the International Wine Challenge — the “finest and most meticulously judged” wine competition in the world, according to their website.

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Earlier this summer, bottles of a different pretty pink wine took Chicago by storm at Aldi stores. Though customers were limited to one bottle each, priced at $8.99 plus tax, the bottles all sold out in just one day.

We can’t wait for late September to arrive so we can head to Aldi and rosé all day. Until then, here are 14 amazing Aldi products you’ll want to buy right now.

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