Win Tickets to an Ann et Vin Wine Tasting Session

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For all connoisseurs of wine, we feel there is one place in Nottinghamshire you simply have to visit: Ann et Vin. This independent wine shop in the pretty town of Newark is stocked with distinctive, affordable wines personally selected by owner Ann Hayes.

The personable, friendly team know their stuff when it comes to wine, no matter what the occasion. Whether it requires something for a party, that special romantic evening in or for business occasions, you can rest assured that every wine stocked has been pre-tasted to ensure it fits into the criteria for Ann and her team. They take their wine seriously and want to make sure that anyone who walks through their doors finds that special tipple required.

There are always ‘three wines for the month’, available for tasting before purchase in the categories of red, white and rosé.

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If you are in the mood for relaxation in peaceful and pleasant surroundings, you are also more than welcome to join the team in a glass of wine in their special Courtyard Wine Bar. With over 500 wines and Champagnes on offer, either pick a bottle or choose from the random sample of bottles the team have already opened.

To celebrate Nottinghamshire’s wine gem, and share the love for Ann and her team, we are offering the chance for one lucky person to win 2 tickets to a Portuguese wine tasting session with guest Danny Cameron, President of the Association of Portuguese Wine Importers for a fabulous tasting of six Portuguese wines and two ports on the evening of 29th October 2013. This is a one time opportunity and if you, like the guys at Ann et Vin, love your wine, then this occasion is tailored for you.

To enter, simply fill out the competition form below and answer the question that follows. The competition closes on Friday 18th October and we will notify the winner once they have been chosen. Good luck!

Posted on 09 September 2013
Featured author: Tom

Nottingham lad who’s a proud Notts County fan, cheese fiend, chocaholic and loves travelling and music.

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