It has partnered with the Surrey-based Denbies Wine Estate to list three wines as part of its Easter Wine Cellar range, which launches in early March.
The wines will appear under the Broadwood Folly label.
A white and a rosé will retail for £7.99, while the sparkling will have an RRP of £14.99.
Lidl’s wine sales have increased some 40% in the last year.
Ben Hulme, the head of beers, wines and spirits at Lidl, said: “We are delighted to be offering a range of English wines as part of our Easter Wine Cellar range.
“The English wine industry is growing and is something we as a retailer are keen to support, therefore we are excited to have partnered with the Denbies Wine Estate to stock three delicious English wines; a white, rosé and a sparkling wine.”
Founded in 1984, Denbies is the largest vineyard in the UK. It has 265 acres of land under vine as part of a 627-acre estate.
Denbies is responsible for around 10% of the UK’s total wine output.
Denbies also produces a red, which blends Pinot Noir, Dunkelfelder, Regent and Rondo, and a Noble Harvest Ortega 2014 dessert wine.
Both have recently won listings in Waitrose.
Waitrose is the dominant force in English wine retail. It has a 60% market share and stocks over 100 English and Welsh wines.