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An excellent NEW wine history book, new Tassie book or Flavour Pearls

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Pig in the House - Range of Wines

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<i>Salamanca Market: A short history of a long market</I> by Bernard Lloyd
<i>Hunter Wine. A history. </i> by Julie McIntyre and John Germov
Cherry Flavour Pearls, Peninsula Larder


We're delighted to have Pig in the House from Canowindra with us offering their award-winning and rather tasty organic wine.

PLUS a fantastic new book on our oldest wine region, another superb Tasmanian book and your last chance to win those delicious Flavour Pearls from Peninsula Larder.

Here's a quick run through on the prizes you could win:

  • *NEW*  Pig in the House Organic Wine: from this boutique vineyard in Canowindra in the beatiful Central Highlands of NSW come these certified organic wines. The Shiraz picked up Trophy for Best Organic Wine at the 2017 Royal Melbourne Wine Show amongst other medals. We love their name and think you'll love the wine too! We have four mixed half cases to be won  »
  • *NEW* - Hunter Wine. A history by Julie McIntyre & John Germov: this will be a landmark book for wine history in Australia. It's the culmination of a four year research project and wine journalist Jeni Port says it's an important book that ..."moves at a craking pace with a delicious wine tale just right for the present". Win yourself a copy of this must-have wine book »
  • Flavour Pearls from Peninsula Larders:  these little beautiful bombs of flavour are simply divine and the new Australian native varieties will add a whole new dimension to your cooking.  Three delectable gift packs to be won and this is your LAST CHANCE TO ENTER! »
  • Salamanca Market - a short history of a long market by Bernard Lloyd: this is a beautiful book full of evocative images and tales from Hobart's Saturday institution for visitors and residents alike.  A fascinating mix of history, wares and people that clearly illustrates why Salamanca Market is the Tasmania's most visited tourist attraction. Enter now to win one of four copies » 

Simply click on the links above or the GIVEAWAYS tab on the top menu bar. Enter for each prize you really want to win – if that's all of them, go for your life!

If you're a logged-in subscriber, your details are already there so it's quick and easy to enter. If not, it's free and quick to join! (Please make sure you add your phone number if stipulated).

Good luck – your chances of winning are much higher than the lottery, as our many, many happy winners will testify!

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