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Oddbins Wine Offers

At Oddbins, we work incredibly hard to source interesting wine that we believe delivers outstanding value at each price point. We believe in paying our suppliers a fair price and offering our wines to customers at a fair price, not buying bland, generic products, and then marking down at huge "discounts". Occasionally, we offer modest discounts as part of a promotion or for genuine clearances, which you can find on this page. If you're lucky enough, your particular favourite may just be even better value!

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  1. Cop de Ma Blanca  White Wine

    Cop de Ma Blanca 2014

    Now £7.20

    Was £8.00

    £7.20

    A vibrant Garnacha Blanca from Catalonia, from a producer whose name translates as ‘lend a hand’, with a label that refers to the Castells of Catalonia, the human pyramids that form an eye-popping attraction in so many public festivities in the region. The Castells, great symbols of co-operation, were declared by UNESCO in 2010 to be one of the Masterpieces of the Oral and Intangible Heritage of Humanity.

    Crikey! But speaking of orals and intangibles, the region makes a remarkable amount of utterly wonderful wines, and we'd be delighted to let anybody give us a hand to drink this refreshing, creamy, green apple packed, delicious white wine!

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  2. Four Growers Chardonnay Australia

    Four Growers Chardonnay 2015

    Now £6.00

    Was £6.50

    £6.00

    Like King Solomon the Wise, winemakers have to be masters of judgement and balance. Leave the grapes on the vine too long? You end up with wine that is over-ripe and uninteresting. Ferment the wine at too low-a temperature and you risk ending up with peculiarly strong pear drop and banana flavours. It’s quite honestly perilous.
    But, like Solomon and his fabled sword, the good winemakers out there know what to do and when. Fresh but not astringent, bold without being in-your-face, this Chardonnay gets it just right – without one sword being used.

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  3. Gavi Miganego White Wine from Italy

    Gavi Miganego 2013

    Now £7.00

    Was £7.75

    £7.00

    'Oranges and lemons say the bells of St Clements,’ is how the old rhyme goes. The rhyme then proceeds to get extremely dark, terrorising children with threats of heads being chopped off. Which is a shame, because Oranges and Lemons could have made for a nice analogy for Gavi Mignanego, which also says oranges lemons.

    This white wine also says lightly honeyed lemon and apple, although there isn’t a set of London bells that rhymes with apple. Do let us know if we’re wrong on that one though.

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  4. Jean Luc Colombo Le Vent Blanc France

    Jean-Luc Colombo Côte du Rhône 'Le Vent Blanc' 2015

    Now £8.75

    Was £10.00

    £8.75

    Jean-Luc Colombo's wines provide exceptional quality for every day Rhône drinking. The affectionate nickname for husband, father, winemaker and charismatic figurehead, Jean-Luc, is ‘the winemaking wizard of the Rhône Valley’ and this sassy, swaggeringly-fruited blend of Clairette Blanche and Rousanne really does feel like it’s sprinkled with magic.

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  5. Las Colinas del Ebro Syrah/Garnacha 2014

    Las Colinas del Ebro Syrah/Garnacha 2014

    Now £8.33

    Was £9.25

    £8.33

    Purity. It’s a desirable quality. People will pay much money for water transported in from an unadulterated Greenlandic cloud and such like, but Las Colinas del Ebro offers something much tastier: fruit purity.

    Made solely from the ‘free-run juice’, this wine has fewer tannins and fresh, vibrant blueberry and blackberry fruit. Like cloud-sourced Greenlandic water, ‘tis best enjoyed when young and, possibly unlike cloud-sourced Greenlandic water, has some keen spices and would be a fabulous match for a Catalan lamb stew.

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  6. Merino Chardonnay White Wine

    Merino Movi Limari Chardonnay 2014

    Now £10.50

    Was £12.00

    £10.50

    Born in the Limari Valley, this wine shares this land with the 'Piedras Tacitas'; ancient stones marked by the Diaguita people. These stones are carved with holes representing the constellations of the starry night sky.  This stellar white wine emits lemon, tangerine and apple fruits flavours. Radiating juicy, mineral characters lead to honey and spicy oak notes. An astronomically good value white wine!

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  7. Merino Syrah

    Merino Movi Limari Syrah 2014

    Now £10.50

    Was £12.00

    £10.50

    Don't have the wool pulled over your eyes, this is not an advert for merino jumpers. However, this Syrah would certainly keep you warm if you walked the wind swept hills of this wine's home in the Limari Valley, Chile. Rich yet elegant black berry and raspberry flavours, followed by Syrah's typical sweet spice and peppery character on the finish. Also, if you think you can taste violets- you'd be tasting the tiny addition (5%) of the white grape Viognier. No need to feel sheepish- try it out!

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  8. Portal da Aguia Branco Portugal

    Portal da Aguia Branco white 2015

    Now £7.43

    Was £8.25

    £7.43

    In sci-fi films, portals always take people to scary worlds inhabited by monsters or back in time to catastrophically alter their own futures. The Portal da Águia Branco is a different kind of portal. A sip of this floral, fruity and zippy little white wine instantly transports you to the Portuguese coast.

    There you can go swimming in the sea beneath the hot sun, then lie out on a bougainvillea-clad veranda to dry off and eat freshly picked mussels with homemade skinny chips and a glass of this. Disclaimer: portal transportation is purely metaphorical.

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  9. Portal da Águia Tinto 2011 Red Wine Portugal

    Portal da Águia Tinto 2011

    Now £7.43

    Was £8.25

    £7.43

    You know how people talk about not being able to see the wood for the trees. Well Portal da Águia Tinto is kind of like a wood without the trees. All fruits of the forest are there, blackberries, strawberries and plums; there are floral notes of blossom and wild flowers and there are even some herby and earthy notes from the woodland floor. But there are no trees. This red wine sees no oak. It is just clean, simple and wonderfully uncomplicated.

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  10. Prosecco DOC Treviso Ca' Dei Noni NV

    Prosecco DOC Treviso Ca' Dei Noni 2014

    Now £9.60

    Was £12.00

    £9.60

    ‘Like a rainy day that is not wet/like a gambling fiend that does not bet/like Dracula without his fangs/like the boogie-to-the-boogie without the boogie bang’ rapped the Sugarhill Gang in 1979, on the frankly long version of Rapper's Delight. ‘What is?’ enquired your then teenage scribe, who never actually found out.

    He might have been talking about this paradoxical yet utterly delicious non-fizzy Prosecco, which has all the flavour of its sparkling siblings but without a bubble to be seen.

    Green apple aromas meet floral touches on the way to a full and luscious, spumante-spurning palate. ‘Like toil and trouble without the double double/like Prosecco wine that doesn't have the bubbles,’ they may have added. Maybe they did. Maybe the song kept writing itself, a twelve-inch enormo-mix ending only at the beginning in an infinite loop. Who knows..?

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  11. Sierra Creek Red NV American Wine

    Sierra Creek Red NV

    Now £6.08

    Was £6.75

    £6.08

    Sometimes you just want to turn the radio on and let somebody else make your mind up for you. You've made mind-bending decisions all day, you don't want to come home and choose between Stockhausen and Ornette Coleman. Just press a button and dig what comes out, you'll like it more than you expected.
    Like this wine, it's smooth, fruity and friendly, and it doesn't want you to beat yourself up looking for a greater profundity. There you go, ‘don't let the sound of your own wheels drive you crazy...’ Perfect. You didn't even know the Eagles were so good. Everything is splendid.

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  12. Sierra Creek White Wine NV USA

    Sierra Creek White NV

    Now £6.08

    Was £6.75

    £6.08

    It’s a happy little chappy is this wine. Like a gregarious mate, you can take it anywhere and it’s guaranteed to quickly raise a smile with its easy charm and its bright, sunny character, full of the blissful Californian sun.
    Its ripe yellow plum and cantaloupe melon flavours would buddy up easily with a spicy vegetable stir-fry, ideally with a bunch of old friends, a comfy sofa and a Shirley Valentine DVD.

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  13. Syrah 'Collines Rhodaniennes' 2015

    Syrah 'Collines Rhodaniennes' 2015

    Now £10.35

    Was £11.50

    £10.35

    In ancient times France was called Gaul. Here Celtic tribes happily lived and enjoyed wine. Then came the Romans, who fancied making wine there. After some very bloody military defeats the tribes banned wine drinking and massacred the poor, local wine merchants- as the wine was blamed for their defeats on the field. This gives rise to the term ' Gauling'. Eventually this led the Celts to turn this most gauling situation to their advantage and make the best wine in the empire. If you were a thirsty Roman or Celt this is the kind of red you'd find in their taverns. Robust, black fruits, faintly leathery and spicy. A drink to settle the most vehment wine wrangling.

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  14. Terrazas Selection Malbec 2015

    Terrazas Selection Malbec 2015

    Now £15.00

    Was £16.00

    £15.00

    When the Spanish set out for Argentina they took cattle with them. Little did they know the climate would affect the animals, filling them with wanderlust and energy. A dangerous combination, even for a cow.

    In no time, a good number of beasts had escaped, and under a general spell of romance – this was the country of tango after all – made many, many more beasts. Soon, huge herds roamed the pampas. And with livestock comes dung. So much dung, in fact, that the very pH of the soil was altered*. Happily, however, the resulting soil was perfect for growing Malbec, like this moo-tiful, example.

    *This might be a load of bull.

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  15. The Kauri Tree Sauvignon Blanc 2016

    The Kauri Tree Sauvignon Blanc 2016

    Now £8.00

    Was £10.00

    £8.00

    Did you know that Kauri trees can stand up to 50m high?

    The immense height of these trees allows them to dominate forest canopies and makes them an effective winemaking tool for crushing grapes. Each harvest, Alan McCorkindale takes a trip to find one of the ancient giants, climbing it with his parcels of Sauvignon Blanc grapes. He then drops the grapes back down into a tank, one by one, releasing deliciously zingy juices for his wine as the impact crushes the fruit.

    Clean, crisp and refreshingly fruity, this Marlborough white wine is named in honour of the Kauri Trees’ key part in this unconventional and somewhat fictional method.*

    *We confess, it’s actually named after these awe-inspiring trees as a reminder of nature’s magnificent capabilities, which is why McCorkindale and his team interfere with their grapes as little as possible when making their delicious wines.

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