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Friday, February 10, 2012

Brancott Estates - A Curious Feast for the Senses

Recently, I published details of how my blog readers could enter a raffle to win tickets to a wine tasting with New Zealand winery Brancott Estate. Now, Brancott Estate is back with another event, and once again, tickets will be allocated on a raffle basis. Read on for more details...

This March, pioneering New Zealand wine brand, Brancott Estate, will take wine and food enthusiasts on a voyage of discovery where all their senses will be stimulated as part of a four night wine and food event.  (March 5th - 8th) in the theatrical surroundings of the Sugar Club, Dublin 2.

Well known Irish food duo Cully & Sully will guide guests on this culinary adventure as top Irish restaurants (Pichet, Campagne, Tankardstown House & Locks Brasserie) will create a range of palate-tickling and delightful dishes. Each night a different chef will take to the stage to create a three course sampling menu which will explore food combinations that shouldn't work together, but do!

Food on the night will of course be matched to wines from the Brancott Estate range, featuring 3 classics (Sauvignon Blanc, Pinot Noir and Pinot Grigio) as well as the new young buck in the range, the  sparkling Sauvignon Blanc Brut NV. Party games will be played (some including blindfolds), so you have been warned.

PLEASE NOTE THIS GIVEAWAY IS NOW CLOSED

The best part is that a massive 100 diners will have a chance to attend each night (That's 400 people over the course of the event). You can register for your place in the draw by visiting www.brancottestatestaycurious.com, or by scanning the promotional QR codes on promotional bottles of Brancott Estate or finally, by visiting Brancott Estate on Facebook. Winning guests will be notified by February 28th and will receive two tickets (so you can bring a +1!). 

What's also worth noticing is that the QR code used in this promotion is made entirely from food images. Pretty as well as useful.

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Brian said...

That is the coolest QR code I've ever seen! Very clever.

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