The Aldi Wine Advent Calendar Will Officially Be Back for 2022
The Aldi wine Advent calendar is stocked with merlot and malbec this year. Here's when to expect it in stores!
It’s never too early to think about the holidays. Disney+ started the Christmas cheer with an announcement about The Santa Clauses on Disney+. Now Aldi is ready to join the party. The famous wine Advent calendar is due to return soon!
Whether you’re trying this Advent calendar for the first time or a die-hard fan, it’s the best way to count down to Christmas. Of course, there are candy and chocolate calendars for the kids, too—but these wine calendars are definitely the way adults should be winding down their night.
What’s in the Wine Advent Calendar?
Each Advent calendar traditionally contains 24 small bottles of imported red, white, rosé and bubbly such as malbec, pinot grigio and sauvignon blanc. Aldi has doubled down on its wine selection lately, and they regularly pull in international wine awards, too, so you know you’re getting the good stuff. It’s just one of the perks of shopping at Aldi.
Pair this wine Advent calendar with the Aldi cheese Advent calendar for best results. It’s pretty Gouda! It comes with 24 mini imported cheeses that are perfect to pair with the mini wines, like Gouda, Havarti, Edam and cheddar. The European cheese has always been among our recommendations for things to buy at Aldi, so we’re very excited about this announcement.
These aren’t even the only Advent calendars that will available at the European retailer. Keep your eyes peeled for other Aldi Advent calendars—they’ve got options for beer, hard seltzer and more!
When Is the Aldi Wine Advent Calendar Available?
The wine Advent calendar and cheese Advent calendar will likely hit stores in early November, so mark your regular calendar. Like other seasonal Aldi finds, both will be a hot item! Just make sure your local Aldi store sells wine before you head over. The calendars are sold separately, but investing in both might be the perfect way to end your evening every day leading up to Christmas.