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Aldi's sell out wine advent calendar is back for Christmas 2019

Calling all wine lovers - Aldi’s Wine Advent Calendar is back and better than ever.

Published: October 30, 2019

Back for a third year, the sell-out Aldi wine advent calendar has undergone a makeover for Christmas 2019.

Priced at £49.99, the popular calendar is filled with 24 mini bottles of red, white, rosé and fizz, including customer favourites such as The Exquisite Collection Macon Villages and the Calvet Cap d’Agde Rose.

The calendar is perfect for anyone that prefers a tipple to chocolate and is ideal for raising a glass to the beginning of the festive season with your nearest and dearest.

The wines

The full list of wines included in the Advent Calendar are as follows:


Calvet Reserve Merlot x 2
Calvet Limited Release Merlot x 2
JP Chenet Original Cabernet Syrah x 2


Brut d’Argent Pinot Noir x 2
Brut d’Argent Chardonnay x 2
JP Chenet Ice Edition Rose x2
JP Chenet Ice Edition Blanc x 2


JP Chenet Original Columbard Sauvignon x 2
Calvet Limited Release Sauvignon x 2
Exquisite Collection Macon Villages Chardonnay x 2
JP Chenet Original Colombard Chardonnay x 2


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Calvet Rose Cap d’Agde x 2

When will it be on sale?

The Aldi Wine Advent Calendar will be available in store and online from Sunday 3 November.

The return of the calendar comes after the supermarket announced that it's sell out six-litre Methuselah of prosecco will also be back this festive period.

From 1 November, the six-litre bottle will be available to buy at £99.99. It holds an equivalent of eight 75cl bottles and contains a Prosecco that’s described by the Aldi team as “light, fun and frothy – with notes of parma violets, ripe pear and papaya”.

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Known for cake making, experimental jam recipes, Champagne, whisky and gin drinking (and the inability to cook Gnocchi), Rosalind is the Food and Drink Editor and whisky writer for The Scotsman, as well as hosting Scran, The Scotsman's food and drink podcast.

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