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Do You Tweet? Win tickets to the Burgundy vs Bordeaux Debate
On Wednesday 10th December, Intelligence Squared is convening a debate between Hugh Johnson and Jancis Robinson. These two wine writing greats will battle it out to decide whether the wines of the Bordeaux or Burgundy are superior, with Michel Roux Jr on hand to chair the proceedings. To help the audience at London's Emmanuel Centre make an informed decision, each spectator will be given a glass of wine from both regions.
Honest Grapes is delighted to announce that we will be supplying the audience wines for this fantastic event (our enthusiasm for the evening is best evidenced by the fact that several members of staff had actually already purchased tickets before we were asked to take part).
We would like to see as many of our Friends (and as much of the Premier Crew) there as possible. Tickets are available from Intelligence Squared, but, if you’re a Tweeter, Honest Grapes is also giving a pair of tickets away.
Win Two Tickets Burgundy vs Bordeaux
Competition is now closed. Congratulations to the lucky winner!
Follow @HonestGrapes to enter draw for 2 tckts to @intelligence2’s Burgundy v Bordeaux debate. http://t.co/H05iqbfJH0 pic.twitter.com/lXQjaaoWic
— Honest Grapes (@HonestGrapes) December 3, 2014
How to enter:
- Follow @HonestGrapes (1 entry) AND
- Retweet any of our tweets mentioning the debate (2 entries each RT)
The winner will be announced on our Twitter feed on Sunday 7th December.
Competition Small Print
Competition will run from Wednesday 3rd December through Friday 5th December at 11.59pm. Entrants must be UK residents aged 18 years or over. The prize only consists of tickets to the event, and does not include the cost of transport to the venue, any accommodation required, or any food or drinks consumed within. The winner will be selected using a random number generator.
Browse Burgundy and Bordeaux Wines
We can't yet reveal the exact wines that will be served at the debate, but we can suggest some great examples from both regions.
Morey Saint Denis 1er Cru ‘Clos Des Ormes’ 2006Domaine Georges Lignier
£43.50 single bottle/
£261 case of 6
Mâcon-Loché Chrisalys 2010Perraton Frères
£13.60 single bottle/
£163.20 case of 12
Château Haut Brisson La GraveChâteau Haut Brisson
£24.50 single bottle/
£294.00 case of 12
Château Civrac 2007Château Civrac
£16.80 single bottle/
£201.60 case of 12
Published on: December 3, 2014