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Bottles On a Budget: 13 Aldi Wines Under $20

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Grape Big Savings

It can be difficult to score a decent bottle of wine under $20, but not at Aldi supermarkets. In fact, my most recent visit to the grocery chain showed me that my local branch doesn't even have any that exceed that price. If you're looking to stock up for cheap, Aldi is the place. Here are 13 Aldi wine options under $20.


Prices and availability are subject to change. 


Related: Great-Tasting Red Wines Under $20

Quarter Cut Bourbon Barrel Chardonnay
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Quarter Cut Bourbon Barrel-Aged Chardonnay

Price: $10


Anything barrel-aged for this price is nice, but this wine is a hit with many chardonnay fans. One drinker calls it, the "perfect balance of fruity and oaky/buttery. Great value for only $10. Def one of my new fave chards!"


Related: Here's How to Open a Wine Bottle Without a Corkscrew

Dancing Flame Gran Reserva Sauvignon Blanc
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Dancing Flame Gran Reserva Villarica Sauvignon Blanc

Price: $8


Shellfish and goat cheese are nice counterparts for this sauvignon blanc, which sits on the dryer, more acidic side of the white wine spectrum.


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bridge road vineyards chardonnay
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Bridge Road Vineyards Chardonnay

Price: $9


At $9, this baby seems like a solid price to start out with — then you realize it's a full liter and a half. Score.

Bear Bros Rosé
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Bear Bros Rosé

Price: $8


Strawberry and raspberry notes are what you're getting here, so if you like a rosé on the sweeter side, this one is for you.

Scarlet Path Lodi Zinfandel
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Scarlet Path Lodi Zinfandel

Price: $9


"Not bad for only 8 bucks," says one customer. "Very vibrant smell of raspberry, blackberry, and hint of leather. Fairly acidic with flavors of sour cherry and pepper on the finish." You can pair this California red with beef, lamb, or chicken.

Elettra Red Blend
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Elettra Red Blend

Price: $13


A combination of primitivo and negroamaro grapes, this semi-smooth red blend is great with pasta. Buonanotte!

Pacific Fruit Vineyards Sweet Blueberry Wine
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Pacific Fruit Vineyards Sweet Blueberry Wine

Price: $4


Alcoholic blueberries for $4? I'm dying to know what happens to the human body after consuming this.

sunshine bay sauvignon blanc
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Sunshine Bay Sauvignon Blanc

Price: $8


$8 is a nice price for a refreshing New Zealand white like this, which prompted one reviewer to use the phrase "Wowza!" Classic wine jargon.

flora and stone merlot
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Flora & Stone Merlot

Price: $7


Bold and fruity, one Vivino reviewer called this wine "drinkable and enjoyable in the same way a Big Mac is edible and enjoyable," adding, "Consequently, a Big Mac would pair very well." I'm gonna have to get to that pairing, quick.

Burkwood Cellars Brut Sparkling
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Burkwood Cellars Brut Sparkling

Price: $5


A bottle of bubbly for $5? This has "New Years Eve" written all over it.

Essenza di Vita Pinot Grigio
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Essenza di Vita Pinot Grigio

Price: $11


Notes of apple, pear, and grapefruit are the main focus of this Italian pinot grigio. Serve it alongside some light snacks.

petit peppermint bark wine
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Petit Peppermint Bark Wine

Price: $8


This is less of something I would consider "wine" and more of something I would consider "a prank." None of the words in the name of this wine belong together. 

stormchaser red blend
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Stormchaser Wild Ride Red Blend

Price: $8


There are not enough horse-themed wines, you say? Look no further than Stormchaser's Wild Ride. One drinker said of the bold, acidic wine, "Full bodied, strong berries, full flavored. Good with strong flavors, salt, seasonings. Luxiourous to sip, not a gulp wine, more elevated/mature wine."