Aldi should be cracking out the champagne right about now as one of its rosé wines has officially been named one of the best in the world.
The budget supermarket's Exquisite Collection Côtes-de-Provence Rosé was up against thousands of other wine candidates over weeks of blind tests that took place in April as part of the world renowned International Wine Challenge.
In the end, the cut-price tipple brought home a silver medal, beating wines three times its price in the process.
As Joint Managing Director of Corporate Buying Tony Baines said of the achievement:
"Being recognised yet again for the quality of our wine is a testament to the hard work our talented buying team put in to deliver exceptional products at unbeatable prices."
Made using a mix of Grenache, Cinsault and Syrah grapes, the wine is described as having tones of "strawberry, white fruit and subtle spice."
Basically, it's the perfect summer drink and the best part of all: it's only £5.99. Unfortunately the rosé is currently sold out online but you can always try your luck at any Aldi store. See you there.