Lidl is now selling magnums of the highly rated Nero d’Avola and classic Chianti wines.
And you can pick up the super-sized 1.5-litre bottles for less than a tenner each, with the Nero d’Avola priced at £7.99 and the Chianti at £9.99.
In fact, the Nero d’Avola is so cheap that they've had to raise the price in Scotland to £9.75 to make sure it complies with the minimum alcohol pricing there.
The price was also raised in Wales, ahead of the Principality brining in its own minimum alcohol price laws in March.
Lidl said the wines were: "The perfect accompaniment to sip while dreaming of sunny Italian piazzas, let your palate escape to warmer climates with these sumptuous red."
The Nero d’Avola was described as "a full-bodied red which is perfect for pairing with grilled meats".
"Considered Italy’s best kept wine-secret and described as Sicily’s answer to Malbec," Lidl added.
"As the lighter evenings approach, the spicy, fruity tannins in Nero d’Avola make it the perfect warming tipple for Spring sipping."
And buying one, big, bottle also saved you money too – with standard 750ml ones costing £4.99.
Lidl said the Chianti was "perfect for pairing with a tomato-based dish such as Ragu", adding "the dry red wine is a classic which is guaranteed to delight the taste buds of any wine lover".
"Encased in the traditional straw basket, or fiasco, this mouth-watering Tuscan Chianti produces a rich aroma of cherries," the supermarket added.
Like all Lidl’s weekly offers, the deals are only around until stocks last, so customers will have to be quick.
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