At Shoprite, we make it our mission to bring you the very best, most exclusive wines at a fraction of the price.
And that’s why we’ve launched Odd Bins – every now and then we source limited quantities of vintage releases from famous South African wine brands. Chosen for their exceptional quality by our panel of leading experts, each wine is bottled in limited quantities under our exclusive Odd Bins label. Once sold out, the wine is never repeated, which means you have limited time to enjoy international wine at a great price.
Although we keep the original label a closely guarded secret, you can be assured of great quality and the best value in every bottle bearing the Odd Bins label. That's the Odd Bins secret. Taste one, and the secret may reveal itself.
Fresh green and pepper-like flavours with hints of fig, litchi and gooseberry. Frequently blended with Sémillon.
The most widely cultivated grape in the Cape Winelands is characterised by its versatility. It has a pleasing fruitiness that finds favour with a range of palates.
Tropical fruit notes pair well with white meats and fish when the wine has had less exposure to oak. More heavily oaked Chardonnays complement spicy or smoked food.
A popular duo in the creation of sparkling wines globally. Flavour profile ranges from crisp and fresh tasting to steely and mineral driven, and even toasty bread and butter.
Grapes are harvested early to retain as much freshness as possible; common descriptors are light, crisp and dry. Complemented by aromatic notes of lemon, green apple and blossoms.
Made with red grapes, where the juice is given less skin contact after crushing. Rosé embodies the same flavour of its red wine varietal counterpart, albeit a subtler version.
With less skin contact, the light ruby-red hue of this grape variety delivers some stunning shades of pink. A large proportion is used in Cap Classique sparkling wines.
Produces top-class wines that develop well with age into spicy, full, complex wines. As in Bordeaux, it may be blended with Merlot or its relative, Cabernet Franc.
A noble variety of French origin. Better known as Syrah elsewhere, it yields deep purple, smoky and spicy wines that develop a complex character with age.
Traditionally used as a blending partner to add softness and breadth to Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot is now increasingly being bottled as a varietal wine.
A cross between Pinot Noir and Cinsaut, Pinotage is unique to South Africa. It can produce complex and fruity wines with age but is also very drinkable when young.
Lighter in colour than other red grapes with flavours of rose, black cherry, berry and currant. Quality depends on cellar management.
Classic blending partners. Merlot adds softness and breadth to the more pronounced characteristics of Cabernet.
With each blend deriving characteristics from its specific blending partners. Blends are becoming increasingly popular for being complex, yet harmonious.