Recently, Aldi took out the 'Liquor Store of the Year' at the Roy Morgan Customer Satisfaction awards, cementing itself as a leading retailer that sells award-winning alcohol at an affordable price.
Now, the discount retailer has officially released it's top seven selling wines, which all retail for less than $10.
Yes, you did indeed read that right: UNDER $10.
Jason Bowyer, ALDI Australia's Wine and Champagne Buying Director, said: 'At ALDI Australia, we were delighted to win the Roy Morgan Customer Satisfaction Award for Liquor Store of the Year 2017.'
'We believe that all our products, from our award-winning $19.99 Monsigny Brut Champagne to our red and white wines, deliver exceptional value, quality, and consistency. It's great to see our customers across Australia agree,' Jason continued.
Roy Morgan Customer Satisfaction award recognises the businesses that consistently outperformed their peers and who were also dedicated to satisfying their customers.
'Our success is based on the close relationships we have with our suppliers, who all share our passion for awesome quality,' Jason said.
1. One Road Eden Valley Chardonnay, $6.99
Chardonnay may not be everyone's first choice when it comes to wine, but this bottle has won eight awards in just five years. It is described as 'complex and fresh' and is a blend of cool climate Eden Valley fruit and Padthaway fruit.
2. South Point Estate Pinot Grigio, $4.99
This Aldi favourite has won over 14 awards over the past several years. ALDI's website declares this 'the perfect lunchtime wine' and thanks to the soft citrus and pear fruit flavours they suggest serving it with salads and antipasto plates.
3. The Pond Cabernet Sauvignon, $6.99
In 2013 alone this Cab Sav won seven awards. The bottle claims to have notes of ripe blackberries, cassis with spice and a structured palate.
Aldi describes the Pond Cab Sav as: 'A wine with very good richness, structure and depth and ideal for barbecued meats and evening meals.'
4. Claire Creek Chardonnay, $4.99
Aldi claims that this award-winning Chardonnay is 'a fresh and modern approach to Chardonnay'.
5. Corte Carista Chianti, $9.99
This bottle is the most expensive out of the store's most popular wines, and it will only set you back $9.99.
'A well proportioned wine that is elegant in body, combining dark berry and black cherry fruits and fresh spice flavours finishing with a smooth taste,' the website states.
6. Kaiora Bay Sauvignon Blanc, $8.99
Marlborough, New Zealand, is world famous for it's exquisite wines and this Sav is no different!
Over the years this white wine has won seven awards, earning its place on this list. This bottle is packed with fruity flavours as it is a blend of passionfruit and cool lemon-lime and ALDI recommends serving this with salads and seafoods.
7. One Road Cabernet Merlot, $6.99
This merlot is described as having rich and soft flavours, with wild berries and ripe plum fruits.
People online claim that it is a well-rounded red with good depth and subtle oak.
'The nose doesn't do the wine justice to start, takes a couple of hours to open up. The palate is spot on though...and that price!' one reviewer wrote.