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Win a Trip for Two to New Zealand with Brancott Estate

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300_250.jpgNew Zealand's Brancott Estate, was the first vineyard to plant the Sauvignon Blanc grape in Marlborough and create the wine that has put NZ Sauvignon Blanc on the map. Fast forward 30 years, and it is now a staple in cellars around the world. In keeping the wine making process to a minimum, a slow, cool fermentation process retains the crisp fruit flavors of the grape, producing tastes like cut grass and gooseberry, with riper styles displaying hints of melon, nectarine or passionfruit. Perfect for summer dining, enjoy Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc with tangy food—avocado, oysters, trout, salmon, mussels, crayfish or salads.

And now, Brancott Estate is giving you the chance to experience Marlborough first hand. Simply click here to enter to win a trip for two to New Zealand, which includes flights, accommodation for four nights, and a five-day car rental. To learn more about the full portfolio of Brancott Estate wines, made from the finest winemaking regions across New Zealand, head this way. >>

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