Vínbúðin received the highest score of all retail stores in Íslenska ánægjuvogin (Icelandic Customer Satisfaction Committee).
Last year, ÁTVR received a formal equal pay certification and a permit to use the Equal Pay Label 2018-2021. The main objective of equal pay certification is to combat gender-based wage differentials and promote gender equality within the work force. This is therefore an important confirmation that the procedure for deciding wages at ÁTVR is based on objective considerations and does not involve gender-based discrimination.
Þorri (the fourth winter month, from mid January to mid February, in the old Icelandic calendar) starts this Friday, January 19th and the Þorri seasonal beer will be available in Vínbúðin stores from January 18th (Thursday)..
Vínbúðin in Dalvegur is now open again after renovations. Several changes has been made, but the Cooler was expanded and Other beers, cider and sodas is now in delimited space. Stock area in the back has also been expanded and all staff facilities has been improoved.
Vínbúðin in Skeifan will be closed for renovation from Monday, January 14th and will open again in March.
Just under 22 million liters of alcohol were sold in Vínbúðin stores in 2018. This is a 0.54% increase since 2017 and the largest amount sold in one year so far.
Vínbúðin is open on New years eve in our biggest stores from 9 to 14. All stores are closed on January 1st. We open again January 2nd.
Dec. 30th. is usually one of the most busy days of the year. This year this day is on Sunday, so all our stores will be closed by law this day. Therefore, a large number of customers can be expected on Saturday, December 29, and Monday 31st of December.
Vínbúðin on Dalvegur will be closed for renevation from Wednesday, January 2nd and will open again Friday January 11th.
The opening hours of Vínbúðin for the holidays can be accessed by clicking „OPENING HOURS“ here above and selecting a Vínbúð. Change from the usual opening hours is in red print.