mm m Erdnussli Would you pay £1 for your own cellar of French wine? DrtlanH IfUldMU lebègue's little Cellar Packaging Emballages Verpackung 1 Switzerland AD Roland Murten AG, Murten AG Jean P. Walchli DES Armin Müller Savoury sticks Batons salés Gewürzstangen Size: 6-8 x 9 5 x 2-5 cm Printed: Offset, 3 col 2, 3 W. Germany AD 2 Accidentia Druck-und Verlags GmbH 3 Otto Brandes Partner DIR/DES Olaf Leu 2 Film pack 3 Cigarettes 4 Italy AD Roche S.p.A. (Prodotti) STU/DES Giancarlo lliprandi Tape for pharmaceutical firm Ruban pour compagnie pharmaceutique Band für pharmazeutische Firma 5 United States AD Liggett Et Myers AG J. Walter Thompson DIR Robert Hungerford (JWT) DES George Tscherny Cigarettes for women Printed: Rotogravure 6 United States AD General Cigar Company AG/DES Frank Gianninoto Associates Inc DIR John Di Gianni Tiparillo cigars Cigares Tiparillo Tiparillo Zigarren 7a, b Brazil AD Carbex, Sao Paulo DIR/DES Fred Jordan a Package for a numbering machine b Package for a carbon paper a Emballage pour machine a numéroter b Emballage pour papier carbon a Packung für eine Numeriermaschine b Packung für Kohlepapier Size: 21 x 34 cm Printed: Offset 8 Great Britain AD J. L. P. Lebègue Company AG Blackburn Advertising Limited DIR Paul Castell Lebègue's Little Cellar La Petite Cave de Lèbegue Lebègue's Kleiner Keller 9 Japan AD Tsuchiya Company Limited AG Packaging Direction Company DIR/DES Katsu Kimura Bamboo container for persimmon jelly Emballage en bambon pour gelee de plaquemine Bambusbehalter für Persimon Gelée Printed: Offset 1 0 Great Britain AD A. Sanderson Company Limited AG/DIR/DES Eurographic Limited Polyurethane floor coating Revetêment de sol polyuréthane Polyurethan Bodenbelag Size: 15-2 x 15-2 x 1 5-2 cm Printed: Letterpress 76-77 partner film- I Very thin plastic bottle, j It's big on the inside - I small on the outside. Who wouldn't. That's the idea that got Lebègue to bring out this mini-collection of four famous French wines. Selected, imported and bottled by J.L.P. Lebègue themselves. They've done the producing good wines "impossible" job of at a unit price below 5/-. Not just by bottling of a normal bottle. But by not using bottles" at all. Instead of glass, these are made from a wine-worthy plastic. It saves us (and you) money, besides being a lot handier. And fun. They're light, small, and bounce if you happen to drop them. Take them on a picnic, boat or seaside trip. Drink them and toss them (but for Pete's sake, Keep Britain Tidy). Flat bottom from each decept No half-empty, heavy bottles hanging about afterwards. Dole one out to yourself when you're alone. Or give the second glassful to a deserving Friend. Enjoy exploring the whole range yourself. For a party, let your guests pick the type they fancy. You don't have to buy the lot. All the Little Cellar wines are sold individually if you've settled on one you like best. Even use it for cooking a gourmet recipe (if you're willing to forgo the pleasure of drinking it). The selection won't disappoint people who know Lebègue's big-bottle wines. Here are four French characters that don't mind being cooped up. Beaujolais. A fresh and fruity red wine, characteristic of Southern Burgundy and it goes with - anything. Sauternes. Sweet, hearty and luscious. This white wine is considered the best in the world for the sweet end of a meal. Cabernet Rosé. Here's a true and charming Rosé-a pure pink and a clean, fresh taste. Ideal for out of doors. Mdcon Blanc. A vigourous,dry white wine. Wonderful with sea-food, white meats or at a party, for more educated palates. Macon Bianc medium-dry ite Burgundy fresh-tasting light red Burgundy

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