Brancott Estate—creators of the original Marlborough sauvignon blanc and the company formerly known as Montana—forked out to sponsor the Rugby World Cup and, as the official wine of the tournament, VIPs from around the world will be imbibing its sweet nectar during the event. But never fear, paupers can still get a taste of the good stuff, with the added excitement of a new vintage housed in a limited edition RWC bottle. We've got a couple of triple packs to give away and all you have to do is come up with a rugby-related wine brand (for example, Yellow Cardonnay, Fly Half Gully or Liniment Cliffs).
You know the drill. You need to be 18 or over to enter and you better damn well enjoy Brancott Estate wines responsibly.
The Brancott Estate Reserve Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc 2011 limited edition pack will be available throughout New Zealand from early July (RRP $25.95) until the end of Rugby World Cup 2011 in late October.
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