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Win organic wine from Pig in the House

Four half cases on offer from this NSW Central Ranges winery

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Organic vineyard and winery, Pig in the House, has just partnered with The Agrestic Grocer in Orange to launch its new cellar door experience and you get to share in the celebrations! Pig in the House has won a number of awards for its organic wines including Trophy for Best Organic or Biodynamic Wine at the 2017 Royal Melbourne Wine Show. Find out why - enter now and you could win one of four mixed half cases of fine organic wine »

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Win Hunter Wine. A history by Julie McIntyre and John Germov

An excellent book that weaves the region's past and present into context

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The Hunter is our country's longest continuous winegrowing region so its history and heritage are crucial to drawing the evolving picture of Australia's wine industry. Wine historian Dr Julie McIntyre and renowned sociologist John Germov have combined their considerable skills on a four year research project and a standout part of that is a new book. Hunter Wine. A history. is a must-read for winelovers, especially those interested in our wine history as it uncovers new stories about the generations of people involved. We have two copies of this outstanding Australian wine book to be won »

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Win Salamanca Market. A short history of a long market

A stunning book about a Hobart's Saturday institution

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The island state has many iconic sights, Cradle Mountain's gracious curve, the hot orange lichens on the rocks at Bay of Fires and many others. Another of these is the image of old sandstone buildings lining a street filled with the colour of umbrellas and people. It's Salamanca Market on Hobart's waterfront. This stunning book takes you on a walk through the market and a journey through its rich history - Salamanca Market started in 1972 and is now the state's most visited tourist attraction. Every Saturday Tasmanian producers and designers create the a huge selection of locally made products to be explored. we have four copies to be won! »

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