Aldi are looking for people to taste their wine for free

The UK is in lockdown during the coronavirus pandemic, which means that many of us will be spending most, if not all, of our time at home. The world as we know it has changed for the foreseeable and to be honest, that means we’ve earned a glass of wine.

But if you love the sweet nectar of the gods as much as we do, why not apply to supermarket Aldi’s popular wine club?

The brand are picking 30 very lucky people who will get the chance to sample three bottles from the supermarkets delicious range of award-winning wines over six weeks. The best part is they are absolutely free.

We hear you saying this sounds too good to be true… is there a catch? Hardly, in return all the blossoming wine connoisseurs have to do is write an honest review of the bottles they try alongside the hashtag #AldiWineClub.

Additionally to the free wine, participants will also receive tasting notes, expert tips and guidance on how to access the flavours, aroma and body of the wine. This means you don’t necessarily have to be an expert to apply.

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If you are interested all you have to do is follow @AldiUK on Twitter and send them an email to [email protected] In this you should include your name, Twitter account, proof of age and 150 words explaining why you would be the right fit for the job.

This year marks the 24th Aldi Wine Club, so you will join a long line of critics. Applications close on Monday 11 May and you can visit Aldi’s website to see the terms and conditions.

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If you can’t wait to join Aldi Wine Club, have some time on your hands and are craving a glass of the good stuff, why not take Aldi’s free online wine course Aldiploma.

The course seeks to remove the snobbery from traditional wine tasting with pressure-free learning modules. Learning is much more fun when you're learning about something you love, eh?

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