Three of our favourite Odd Bins wines for May

With Sauvignon Blanc Day (13 May), Chardonnay Day (21 May) and National Wine Day (25 May) on the cards, there are plenty of reasons to put Odd Bins to the test this May.

Checkers sources limited quantities of popular vintage releases from leading South African wine estates every year. Each wine is given a unique bin number, bottled under the Odd Bins label and is then sold exclusively in Checkers stores at a fraction of the usual price.

As limited quantities are sourced from different wine farms, the Odd Bins range remains dynamic. So although the original label will always remain a closely guarded secret, consumers can be assured of great quality and the best value in every bottle bearing the Odd Bins label.

This is what you (and your taste buds) can expect when you try these delicious wines:

Odd Bins 223 – 2016 Sauvignon Blanc
A fruit basket filled with gooseberries & green fig notes with a zesty finish.
Origin: Stellenbosch

Odd Bins 327 – 2016 Unwooded Chardonnay
Flavours of grapefruit and yellow apple with a fresh limey finish.
Origin: Western Cape

Odd Bins 970 – 2014 Cabernet Sauvignon / Petit Verdot / Malbec / Cabernet Franc / Merlot
Cassis and Christmas cake flavours, with cedar and cinnamon undertones.
Origin: Paarl