Aldi launches ‘hangover-free’ Prosecco for £7.99 a bottle

Enjoy the booze – without the headache! Supermarket giant Aldi launches ‘hangover-free’ Prosecco for £7.99 a bottle

  • It is one of Aldi’s four ‘hangover-free’ wines launched for Organic September 
  • Contains lower levels of sulphite preservatives, thought to cause a hangover 
  • But scientists say you can’t guarantee headache-free morning after alcohol

The dreaded Monday morning hangover need no longer loom over your weekend – at least that’s what one supermarket giant claims.

Aldi has launched its own Prosecco, which it says comes without the threat of a pounding headache the following day. 

Its organic, extra-dry wine has hit the shelves for £8 after fellow budget chain Lidl launched a supposedly hangover-free bottle for £7.99.

Opting for Aldi’s new Prosecco will hit customers’ wallets slightly harder as their current Castellore sells for just £5.99.

Aldi has launched its own Prosecco, which it says comes without the threat of a pounding headache the following day


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But the supermarket says that its newest addition comes with lower levels of sulphite preservatives.

The chemicals are often believed to be at the root of the dehydration and disorientation that can follow a night on the town.

The supermarket claims that lower levels of preservatives mean that there need not be a hangover the following day (file photo)

However some scientists claim that the sulphites have nothing to do with hangovers, with Australian expert and self-described ‘health nerd’ Gid MK saying that it’s the alcohol that causes pain.

‘Alcohol is well-known to cause any number of health issues including headaches and nausea,’ he said. 

Despite his scepticism the bottles are selling well, with 174 five-star reviews surfacing online. 

It is one of four ‘hangover-free’ wines launched as part of the supermarket’s Organic September.  

 

  

 

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