Five Aldi stores in Western Australia will begin selling alcohol from today.
Butler, Harrisdale, Joondalup, South Lake and Wattle Grove will be the first five stores to offer booze on their shelves.
The stores will sell products from Aldi’s award-winning range of wine, beer, cider, spirits and ready to drink beverages, which are generally priced lower than their competitors.
"Like our grocery offer, Aldi's liquor range is focused, ensuring that we offer great value and exceptional quality," said Jason Bowyer, Aldi Australia’s Wine & Sparkling Buyer. "Since establishing in WA more than a year ago, customers have spoken loudly about their desire for us to bring our popular liquor offering to the West."
"Aldi partners with a number of high calibre international and Australian wine suppliers, who each share our passion for quality. We have built strong relationships with these suppliers, who are committed to ensuring that our wine products offer great value at their respective price points."
There will be a number of WA produced offerings on the shelves, including wines from Blackstone Paddock Margaret River and A.C Byrne & Co Margaret River.
Aldi already sells alcohol in many of its NSW, VIC and ACT stores.