Aldi's wine and spirits come out on top in Canstar awards

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After winning in both the chocolate and coffee categories at Canstar Blue's 'Most Satisfied Customer Awards', Aldi's wine and spirits range has won the supermarket yet another award. 

The retailer beat other liquor stores such as Dan Murphy's, First Choice Liquor, BWS, Liquorland and Cellarbrations, a huge achievement given it was their first time in the category.

Aldi's wine and spirits have won yet another award, this time coming first in Canstar Blue's 'Most Satisfied Customer Awards'. Photo: Getty
Aldi's wine and spirits have won yet another award, this time coming first in Canstar Blue's 'Most Satisfied Customer Awards'. Photo: Getty

Three thousand Aussies were surveyed on customer satisfaction with Aldi receiving five stars for their overall satisfaction among shoppers - the only retailer to manage five stars in the category. 

Canstar Blue's 2021 Best Liquor Retailers are:

1. Aldi

2. Dan Murphy's

3. First Choice Liquor

4. BWS

5. Liquorland

6. Cellarbrations

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Aldi beat out many other liquor retailers, which is a huge achievement as it was their first time entering. Photo: Getty

Aldi has numerous award-winning drinks, they include:

  • AC Byrne & Co McLaren Vale Shiraz 750ml, $9.99

  • Vinology McLaren Vale Organic Cabernet Sauvignon 750ml, $11.99 

  • The Tudor Yarra Valley Pinot Noir 750ml, $12.99 

  • The Pond Pinot Grigio 750ml, $6.99 

  • AC Byrne & Co Margaret River Chardonnay 750ml, $9.99 

  • Tamova Quadruple Distilled Vodka 700ml, $29.99 

  • Darley’s London Style Gin 700ml, $29.99 

  • Highland Black 8YO Blended Scotch Whisky 700ml, $36.99 

Aldi also won awards for their chocolate and coffee. Photo: Aldi
Aldi also won awards for their chocolate and coffee. Photo: Aldi

Aldi's Lazzio coffee range recently took out the top spot for Best Coffee beans, beating a number of big brands. 

The German retailer's best-in-show beans — which start at just $4.29 for 250g — beat out big name brands including Lavazza, Vittoria and Grinders across the taste, texture and value for money categories.

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The supermarket's chocolate brand Choceur managed to earn five-star reviews in four out of five research categories including taste, value for money and packaging design.

The range of sweet treats, which retail for a cheap and cheerful $2.99 a block, beat out pricier brands such as Lindt and Cadbury to land Canstar's gong for Best Chocolate.

Made from the finest European ingredients, Choceur blocks come in over half a dozen flavours including Dark, Milk and Salted Caramel to name a few. It's also both Fairtrade and UTZ Certified.

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