Aldi are offering free wine to people who are willing to give them honest reviews

Aldi have made our summer dreams come true - by announcing that they are going to be offering free bottles of wine to people who promise to review them in return.

There are some truly great supermarket wines out there - but it's Aldi's collection that tops wine expert's lists time and time again. If you have a penchant for a good glass of red, a chilled rosé, or a crisp white wine, you'll definitely want to hear about Aldi's brand new wine club.

The club, which will see Aldi select 30 'wine experts' every three months, will give people the chance to try out three bottles of their best wines over the course of a six-week period.

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All you need to do it return? Is simply taste, and offer an honest review on Twitter, alongside the hashtag #AldiWineClub. Sounds like the dream to us!

And Aldi will even help you to give your review, by providing some helpful tasting notes to go along with your wines, so you know what to expect, and how each bottle matches up.

Aldi wine club

It means you'll be the first to hear about Aldi's award-winning wines - and there are definitely plenty of them about! Find out about the latest one here...

The budget supermarket has announced that the search for the very first panel has now launched, so how can you get involved in the Aldi wine club?

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All you need to do is send an email to with your name, the name of your Twitter account, proof of age, and no more than 150 words describing why you think you'd be a good choice for the Aldi Wine Club.

The closing date for entries is the 3rd June 2019, so you don't have too much time to waste if you want to be a part of it.

You can see the terms and conditions here.

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Amy Hunt

Amy Hunt is an experienced digital journalist specialising in homes, interiors and hobbies. She began her career working as the features assistant at woman&home magazine, before moving over to the digital side of the brand where she eventually became the Lifestyle Editor up until January 2022. Amy won the Digital Journalist of the Year award at the AOP Awards in 2019 for her work on