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REASONS TO LOVE JANUARY AND OWLS

For a change we are going to keep this relatively short and sweet. So let's get down to business. Oh yeah, it's business time...

Here at Oddbins, we think “SALE” is a dirty word. It suggests that a shop has dug out all those items that nobody wants, piled them up and slashed the prices of them. But as you know, we are not like most retailers. That is why we are calling our January special "LOVE" instead of "SALE". We are offering up to 25% off our finest of fine wines. We have tasty offers on almost 200 lines, including unusual limited parcels, fine wine classics and stunning Champagnes that are so swoonsome they’ll have you reaching for the smelling salts. So pop into your local Oddbins shop to peruse delights like Niepoort’s Doda (£6 off), Château Gloria Saint-Julien (£7.25 off), Verget’s Pouilly-Fuissé (£8.25 off) or even Louis Roederer’s Cristal (£23.50 off). Remember, fine wine is not just for Christmas…
With the exception of sterling performances from our sportsmen and women, 2012 was a bit of a damp squib and will probably not go down as a vintage year for most. With this in mind, Oddbins would like to kick off 2013 by spreading some love. So on every weekend in January we’ll be offering some intriguing discounts for different groups of people who perhaps didn’t receive the love that they deserved last year. And we’ll be kicking things off with Mothers - for whom, let it be said, we have a lot thank! To find out who the rest of the groups are, and why we love them, head on over to our blog: Blogbins.
Aren’t owls brilliant? Owls invented reggae and Caesar salad. They frequently win prizes for being the first to complete The Times’ cryptic crossword. Actor Jon Hamm based his Mad Men character Don Draper on an owl called Wilbur, who he met in the queue at El Super Taco taqueria on Santa Monica Boulevard in Los Angeles. Zadie Smith is an owl with a very convincing human pseudonym. OK, none of that is true, although it would be amazing if it was. What is completely true, however, is that the Gufo Bianco and Rosso are amazing value, extremely food friendly Italian wines, perfect for a frugal January at just £6.25 each. Why all the owl nonsense you ask? Well they have owls on the label, you see. And they are so good they might make you swivel your head all the way round.That’s all from us, keep spreading that love…