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Amazing white wines from around the world.

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Noël Coward reportedly asked “Why do I drink Champagne for breakfast? Doesn’t everyone?” Well, maybe not every morning, Noël, but we certainly like it very much indeed. Who wouldn’t?

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Oddbins Spirits Shop sells a superb selection of spirits that can be delivered anywhere in the UK. Our buyers have put together a fantastic range of spirits to ensure there is something for everyone.

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Craft Beer Range From Oddbins

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With more and more breweries opening every month the craft beer brewing scene has never been more exciting than it is right now. For the last few years Oddbins has championed this surge through our diverse Craft Beer Range.

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Focus On South Australia

Top 5 South Australian Wine Facts

The Barossa Valley is home to the world’s oldest Shiraz, Grenache and Mourvedre vineyards – dating back to 1842, 1850 and 1853 respectively. McLaren Vale, Clare Valley and Langhorne Creek are also home to a number of vineyards planted in the 19th century - just think of the history they’ve seen!
Over 130 – everything from the classic Shiraz, Cabernet Sauvignon and Chardonnay to the new ‘alternative varieties’ such as Barbera, Sangiovese and Fiano. Many of these Mediterranean varieties are now finding new homes in regions like McLaren Vale, the Adelaide Hills and Riverland.
Because it is home to the oldest continental crust on the planet. In terms of wine regions, South Australia’s McLaren Vale has geologies up to 550 million years old - making it one of the most ancient wine regions in terms of geology in the world.
There are 18 different wine regions in South Australia, together accounting for around 76,000 hectares of vineyards – the equivalent of 2/3 the size of Bordeaux. This includes well known regions such as the Barossa, Adelaide Hills and McLaren Vale as well as lesser-known regions such as Kangaroo Island and Langhorne Creek.
There are so many! Try cool climate Adelaide Hills sparkling with local Aussie coffin bay oysters. Chargrilled Asian pork is a great match for crisp Clare and Eden Valley Rieslings, particularly with a bit of age. If you’re a red wine lover try miso aubergines with fragrant McLaren Vale Grenache, or for something a bit richer you can’t beat bold Barossa Shiraz with steak.