Aldi just launched a low-calorie, low-alcohol wine (and it's under €5)
There's been a lot of buzz about low-calorie, low-alcohol wines lately and now Aldi has introduced their own Featherweight version.
The supermarket chain has launched two 'lighter' wines, a Pinot Grigio and a White Zinfandel, both of which contain only 5.5 percent ABV (alcohol by volume).
You can pick up a bottle for €4.49 and it's estimated that one glass comes in at 60 calories, significantly lighter than 200 calories in your average glass of white.
Both wines went on sale yesterday and are now available to buy in all 130 Aldi stores across Ireland if you feel like checking them out.
To be fair, the idea of a lighter wine that allows you to escape the hangover is very enticing and we're definitely tempted by the idea.
There's also the fact that Featherweight wines are cheaper than your average bottle of vino so there are a few advantages to this new concept.
What do you think, would you try it or stick with your usual tipple instead?