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Checkers adds 41 new wines to Odd Bins range

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Checkers has added 41 new limited edition wines to its Odd Bins collection, of which two were awarded Double Gold and Gold at the prestigious Michelangelo International Wine and Spirits Awards earlier this month. 

 Odd Bins 243 (2022 Sauvignon Blanc) and Odd Bins 248 (2022 Sauvignon Blanc) picked up Double Gold and Gold respectively at South Africa’s only international wine competition. 
The Odd Bins collection is available exclusively from Checkers and consists of limited edition vintages from local wine farms. Carefully selected and given a unique bin number, the original label is kept secret to ensure the wine remains both affordable and accessible – offering the best value and selection without compromising on quality for the past 27 years.  
Each Odd Bins wine is unique and once the bin is sold out, the number is never repeated. This keeps the selection fresh, so there is always something new to try. 
“I love this collection of new Odd Bins wines,” comments seasoned Sommelier, Spencer Fondaumiere. “There are some great finds, including two award winners. As in previous years, the Odd Bins wines exude opulence and carry sophisticated flavour profiles, yet are available at remarkable value.” 
Some of Fondaumiere’s favourites include Odd Bins 428Odd Bins 998 and Odd Bins 243. 
Buy any three selected Odd Bins 750ml wines (excluding Cap Classique) before 9 October 2022 and save 25%. Available from Checkers, Checkers Hyper, LiquorShop and LiquorShop Online (free delivery for all orders over R450). 

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