It didn’t seem possible, but rosé was more popular than ever this summer. And when we saw that discount supermarket Aldi’s $10 bottle was named one of the greatest in the world, we were jumping for joy. Now, that precious bottle of the pink stuff is finally coming to the U.S. this week.
The Exquisite Collection Côtes de Provence rosé 2016 was selected after two weeks of blind tasting at the International Wine Challenge’s Great Value Awards. To be eligible for the Great Value Awards, wines must win a gold or silver medal at the competition and be nationally available in supermarkets, independent retailers or online.
“The International Wine Challenge Great Value Awards are there to show shoppers that delicious wine doesn’t need to come with an expensive price tag. Our Great Value winners are not only budget-friendly but will also impress your friends and wine aficionados alike,” said Charles Metcalfe, the co-chairman of the IWC, in a statement.
We’ll toast to that.
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