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Stock up without splashing out ahead of the Bank Holiday weekend with this bargain bottle of fizz from Aldi.
The supermarket has further slashed their already rock bottom prices, spreading some serious joy as we gear up for the long weekend.
The classic Costellore Prosecco Spumante, which is perfect for raising a glass at your Bank Holiday BBQ, is down from £5.99 to £4.99.
That's the equivalent of two regular-sized bottles of Prosecco for less than a tenner.
It's described as having a scent of "citrus fruit and flowery features". Plus, soft and fruity peach and pear flavours, with notes of breezy apple peel and lemon zest.
A simply insane 1,111 bottles of Costellore Prosecco Spumante are sold every hour, it's so highly rated by customers and wine lovers.
Be quick as the offer expires Monday 31 st May, so stock up while you can.
You could even combine with this amazing set from The Gift and Gadgetwebsite and make your own Prosecco popsicles.
This kit includes plastic flute stems which mean the bubbly drink will appear exactly like a glass of your favourite tipple.
Simply fill the moulds, pop them in the freezer them a few hours, and they are ready to enjoy!
On their website it reads: "Ice lolly mould that produces frozen treats resembling a filled champagne glass.
"Fill the mould with your flavoured water of choice, then insert the stick that resembles a wine glass stem and place it in the fridge.
"After a couple of hours, remove the moulds and then gently pull on the stem to retrieve your Sophistipop ice lolly.
"Frozen apple and grape juices give the most authentic result, but the effect works just as well with any other flavour combination."
If you fancy something more premium, the Nicolas De Montbart Champagne is on sale for £11.79. while a 2015 vintage Champagne is £19.99.
Aldi is also doing deals on its spirits too, with their Haysmith's London Sloe Gin and Iskall Vodka litre bottles being reduced to £12.99.
Aldi also offers Pink Prosecco which is fast rising in popularity, so much so that it was feared the UK could face a shortage as vineyards struggled to keep up with demand.
An Italian law change in May allowed the sparkling wine to be made with Pinot Noir grapes for the first time and Aldi was one of the first supermarkets to stock the fizz.
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