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Aldis £11 champagne named one of the best in the world

Aldi's £11 champagne named one of the best in the world
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Its always been assumed that the more you spend on a bottle of vino, the better quality the liquid will be.

After all, much of the price is wrapped up in tax, packaging and shipping costs – leaving very little left for the actual production of the wine itself.

But Aldis £10.99 champagne is proving that someones, you can pick up a bottle that is both cheap and delicious.

Its bestselling Veuve Monsigny Champagne Brut has just been awarded a silver outstanding medal at this years International Wine and Spirits Challenge.

Impressive right?

And this isnt even the drinks first award. This year, its won three international titles alone; seven other bottles from the budget store picked up silver medals this particular competition, as well as the 11 which won bronze.

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The Veuve Monsigny is produced by Champagne house Philizot et Fils and is supposed to have a fruity flavour with floral hints.

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Sparkling wine can only be called Champagne if its produced in the Champagne region of France; the name has no real indication of quality but rather a particular method and area fingerprint.

There are plenty of other delicious, cheap sparkling wines out there – from Muscado to English Sparkling. But if you do like the bready-taste of Champagne and you dont have a spare £50 knocking around to buy a bottle of Lanson, Aldi might be your best bet.

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