The Truth About Aldi's Winking Owl Wine
Aldi's Winking Owl wine has received mixed reviews from critics and consumers who have found themselves unable to agree on how they feel about the wine brand. So what exactly is the deal with this super-cheap wine? Let's dive in to learn the truth about Winking Owl wine.
Wine lovers who haven't already tried a glass of Winking Owl may be wondering what all of the hype is about. Is it even possible to get a bottle of wine that's both cheap and delicious? That's up for debate, and you'll only really know if you try it.
Even if you've never poured yourself a glass of Winking Owl, you've probably sipped one of the brand's pretty famous cousins at some point. Winking Owl, which is produced in California, is part of the E&J Gallo family of wines, and although it isn't listed in their portfolio, sources confirm that Gallo does indeed make it. The family-owned company was founded by brothers Ernest and Julio Gallo in 1933, and is a major player in the wine game. The winemakers behind Boone's Farm have several other well-known brands of vino in its portfolio, including Apothic, Barefoot, and Turning Leaf.
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