Would you pay £1 for your
own cellar of French wine?
lebègue's little Cellar
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8 Great Britain
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Lebègue's Little Cellar
La Petite Cave de Lèbegue
Lebègue's Kleiner Keller
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I Very thin
j It's big on the inside -
I small on the outside.
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
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
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