Aldi is looking for 30 people to join its wine club

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Aldi always seems to have my back whenever I need them the most.

From bargain food prices to incredible Specialbuys, Aldi just knows how to put a smile on their customers' faces.

Now, the budget supermarket is appealing to my proficient skillset as they have announced that it is looking to recruit 30 new members for its 24th Aldi Wine Club.

The 30 lucky members will be sent three bottles of wine to try over a six-week period, and in return, all you have to do is post honest reviews on social media using the #AldiWineClub hashtag.

Credit: Aldi

Writing on their website, Aldi explains:

"Know a thing or two about your grapes? Fancy yourself as a wine expert? Well now you have the chance to have your say as we are after budding wine connoisseurs to join our new panel.

"Every three months we will select 30 burgeoning wine experts to join us on a tasting journey of Aldi’s delicious wines. Being part of the panel means that you’ll be the first to hear about our award-winning wines, and we’ll send you three delicious bottles from our range to try over a six week period. All we ask is that you taste and review the wines in a tweet using the dedicated #AldiWineClub hashtag.

"Along with the wines, to help you with your monthly reviews we’ll also send you a selection of tasting notes to guide you on everything from the aroma and body to the taste."

Sounds perfect, right? If you would like to apply, all you have to do is follow the @AldiUK Twitter account and send an email to with your name, Twitter account, proof of age, and 150 words explaining why you should be selected to become part of the prestigious Aldi Wine Club.

This is unpaid, but considering my relationship with wine has never been more important, I couldn't think of a better way to spend all my free time right now.

To learn more, and read over the important terms and conditions, please click HERE - but be quick, because you've only got until Monday, May 11 to apply!

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