Aldi launches picnic range including £6 portable table with wine holder and shoppers can’t get enough

ALDI has launched an all new picnic range just in time for summer and the collection includes a nifty wine holder table.

The entire range is hitting shelves in-store at Aldi from today (Sunday June 20) and is available for pre-order online already.

The foldable table has slots for you to fit your wine glasses in plus a space for the bottle too


The foldable table has slots for you to fit your wine glasses in plus a space for the bottle tooCredit: Aldi

A predicted best seller from the launch is the Kirkton House Picnic Wine Table which Aldi is selling for £5.99.

You can setup your boozy picnic wherever you like with the new Specialbuy as it’s a portable table that can be easily put away by folding up the legs.

When it’s all set up, it measures approximately 40cm in width and it sits at 15cm tall.

It’s made from bamboo and features five carved slots that allow you to suspend a wine bottle and glasses.

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You can buy an almost identical product from Robert Dyas for £35, which means Aldi’s new one is £29 cheaper.

The Robert Dyas version can only hold two glasses and a bottle in comparison to Aldi’s which can hold four plus the bottle, so the cheaper option will be better for a trip out with pals too.

While the number of pre-orders means the table has sold out online now, you’ll now be able to nab the bargain in-store from today.

Fans of the discount supermarket can’t wait for the new launch though, which is no surprise as Aldi specialbuys have been selling-out week after week.

On the Playpennies Facebook page users noted their excitement for the new wine holder table as one said it will be, “perfect for camping”, and another said it will be great “for our next drink in the sun!”

Plus, many were thrilled at the prospect of suspending your glasses and bottle in the table, as one said: “I need this to stop wine getting knocked over when we have BBQs outside.”

Another claimed the quirky feature was a great investment, adding: “We need this so I don’t have to replace the Prosecco glasses after each boozy weekend!”

One user was quick to point out though, that as the table was proving to be so popular, “they’ll soon be gone!”

Stock across the entire range is subject to availability, and with each item perfect for the hot summer days to come, you’ll have to be quick otherwise you might miss out.

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What’s in Aldi’s new picnic range?

  • Kirkton House picnic wine table, £5.99
  • Picnic Essentials set, £7.98
  • Wine cooler bag, £16.99
  • Picnic blanket, £7.99
  • Kirkton House double bento lunchbox, £4.99
  • Reusable rravel cutlery, £5.99
  • Pull along picnic cooler, £14.99
  • Outdoor wine glasses, £4.99
  • Outdoor tumblers, £4.99
  • Outdoor stemless wine glasses, £4.99
  • Kirkton House reusable straw 20 pack, £2.99
  • Kirkton House reusable straws six pack, £2.99
  • Tumblers two pack, £7.98

If you are ordering online you’ll have to factor in the extra delivery charges which start from £2.95.

But there is a way to save on the extra costs by heading in-store to pick up the new bargains in person – you can use Aldi’s locator tool to help find your closest one.

In the meantime, there are plenty of other items to check out dropping in the range too, including a wine cooler bag for £17 which is £3 cheaper than one Lidl is selling for £20.

You’ll be able to pick up travel cutlery for £6, as well as a £15 pull-along picnic cooler to pop all your goodies in too.

If you need some inspiration on what to stock up your new picnic table with, Aldi has the cheapest supermarket Prosecco with bottles available for just £4.29.

You’ll also be able to buy a cheap swimming pool from the store to help beat the heat this summer.

One Aldi shopper bagged a huge kid’s furniture haul – including tables and chairs – after prices were slashed at her local store over the weekend.

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