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Sweet Wine

Welcome to Oddbins Sweet Wine Shop. This is the place to be for anyone with a sweet tooth when it comes to wine. Our sweet wines come in an array of styles from the light Gemma Moscato d'Asti Vigna Fiorita to the more rich flavours of the Pellegrino Pantelleria Passito Liquoroso. If you fancy something in the middle we have a selection of other sweet wines from across the world. We are sure to have something to satisfy your taste buds.

To help narrow your search, you can use our 'Refine By' tools to either select a particular grape or filter our red wine selection by country, price and the wine's characteristics. If you still can't decide or would simply like some help, please give us a call or drop us an e-mail where one of the friendly souls at Oddbins will be more than happy to help.


Our Sweet wines can be delivered anywhere in the UK. In fact, like the rest of our online range, if you order before 2pm, your parcel of sweetness will be despatched the very same day.

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  1. De Bortoli Noble One Botrytis Semillon 2011 - 375ml

    De Bortoli Noble One Botrytis Semillon 2011 - Half Bottle - 375ml

    £22.00

    £22.00

    Given the poise of this unctuous, zesty dessert wine we'll forgive you for pronouncing it's name wrong. Admit it. You read it as "no bell won" didn't you? And a noble one it is indeed. However, the correct pronunciation is 'knobbly one' in reference to the shape of the grapes used to make this beauty.

    You see, the grapes stay on the vine as the season lingers, waiting for the right conditions. The right conditions being the wrong conditions, usually. Wet and warm, and perfect for fungus. Normally, you wouldn't want that. But this Botrytis fungus desiccates the grapes, concentrates the sugars, and leaves a high acidity. Turns them into knobbly little buttons full of butterscotch and quince, glacé pineapple, and citrus marmalade flavours! The grapes might be ugly, but looks aren't everything. This is one of the most awarded wines in history. Maybe we should start pronouncing it 'no bell won'.
  2. Gemma Moscato d'Asti Vigna Fiorita Italian White Wine

    Gemma Moscato d'Asti Vigna Fiorita 2015

    £9.50

    £9.50

    This Moscato is a soft, gentle and charmingly sweet white wine, but saved from being sickly by fresher, sage and citrus elements. Which sounds a bit like Alan Titchmarsh, now we come to think of it.

    Indeed, much like Alan, it's maybe not the most dangerous tool in the box, but you could very happily while away an afternoon with it in an English country garden, with it a bowl of strawberries and cream.
  3. Muscat de Beaumes-de-Venise Vidal-Fleury 2014 - Half Bottle - 375ml French Fortified Wine

    Muscat de Beaumes-de-Venise Vidal-Fleury 2014 - Half Bottle - 375ml

    £12.75

    £12.75

    Muscat Blanc Petits Grains is a sneaky little grape. Although it's technically a white grape, some vines will produce berries that are a pink or reddish brown colour. A single vine has the potential to produce fruit of one colour one year, and a different colour the following year.

    This tiny chameleon fruit tends to stick to its true colours in the Muscat de Beaumes-de-Venise region in the Rhône, where it is the primary variety grown. Here, the berries are used to make deliciously sweet and fresh wines like this one from Vidal-fleury with an abundance of fruit and honey aromas and flavours.
  4. Pantelleria Passito Liquoroso White Wine

    Pellegrino Pantelleria Passito Liquoroso 2015 - Half Bottle - 375ml

    £11.50

    £11.50

    The island of Pantelleria is a curious, rugged volcanic outcrop, situated halfway between the Tunisian and Sicilian coasts, and it is here, in Italy's most southerly appellation, that this Passito Liquoroso is made. It's rather amazing, we think, that this beautiful, rich, baked apricot and marmalade-y dessert wine is made roughly 40 miles off the coast of Africa. But, being an island in a rather windy spot, it gets enough cooling maritime influence to balance the searing sun, resulting in a nuanced, balanced, but still brilliantly swarthy wine.
  5. Stanton and Killeen Rutherglen Muscat NV - Half Bottle - 375ml

    Stanton and Killeen Rutherglen Muscat NV - Half Bottle - 375ml

    £14.00

    £14.00

    You are what you eat, so the saying goes. And this is manifestly true in Stanton and Killeen's achingly delicious Rutherglen Muscat.

    What does the wine 'eat'? It eats up the hot Australian sun, the time-honoured techniques maintained by this family-run winery and it gobbles up the love they put into it. The result? A raisin-rich, nutty, orange blossom and lavender-flavoured amber nectar.
  6. Tokaji Aszu Patricius 6 Puttonyos 2006 Hungarian White Wine

    Tokaji Aszu Patricius 6 Puttonyos 2006

    £29.00

    £29.00

    Tokaji Aszú falls under a ranking system labelled as Puttonyos, the higher the Puttonyos the higher the percentage of botrytized grapes used; making the wine richer and sweeter. This wine is the top dog, 6 Puttonyos. In fact, the only more premium category of Tokaji is called 'Eszencia,' it's so sweet that typically, it's served with a spoon and is pretty much reserved for the Hungarian Royal Family, when they're on their deathbed, believing the wine will revive them. You don't have to serve this wine with a spoon and we doubt it will prevent death but with its beautiful full-body, succulent flavours of apricot, marmalade, honey, white blossom and enlivening acidity, you might forget about mortality altogether.
  7. Tupari Late Harvest Riesling 2014 New Zealand White Wine

    Tupari Late Harvest Riesling 2014

    £17.75

    £17.75

    Once upon a time, Riesling was the Germanyist of German grapes, in all of Germany. Storming down the Autobahn in a black Mercedes-Benz, with a glove compartment full of Bratwurst, yelling 'Schnell' at poor Dutch tourists toddling a long at a mere 98mph. It's much more international now. Look at wines such as this, a classic late harvest Riesling, yet influenced by the terroir of New Zealand. Don't get us wrong, Riesling's still German, it's just a more modern German, the international jetsetter that refers to his mobile as "mein handy." We love you Riesling, whatever beautiful place you're grown in, never forget your roots!

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