Tasting nine white wines and eight sparkling roses, priced between £6 and £10, the Which? panel put Morrison’s Grüner Veltiner 2017 at a close second to Aldi, describing it as a, ‘subtle white wine that’s easy to drink.
The UK based supermarket beat out Tesco, Asda and Sainsbury’s to be named as one of the best wines to share with friends this summer.
Co-op also came out on top after scoring 78 per cent on the test for its Irresistible Sparkling Rose, £8.
The wine taste test featured eight sparkling rose wines priced between £8 and £14, with Marks and Spencer’s Graham Beck The Rhona Brut Rosé, £10, coming a close second to its irresistible competition.
Harry Rose, Editor of Which? Magazine, said: 'Those looking for the perfect wine to sip in the sun will be delighted to find out they can get a Best Buy bottle on a budget, with some of the most impressive wines we tested also being the cheapest.
'Whatever your tastes, our expert testers have done the work for you – so all that's left to do is enjoy a glass of your choice this summer.'
Aldi’s offering, The Wine Foundry Avesso 2018, £6.49, was one of the cheapest they tested and was praised for packing 'an impressive flavour punch.'
You may want to hold off on buying your BBQ booze and await the revival of Aldi and Lidl's prosecco-off after the budget supermarkets went head to head in recent weeks, slashing prices to just £4.
Or, if you fancy yourself as a cocktail enthusiast but you don’t want to put in the work, Iceland have started selling Mojito Popsicles for £2 a pop.
B&M have also changed the gin game with a new range of tinned bevs price at just 89p.
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