Giveaway (CLOSED): Brancott Estate Sparkling Wine, Riedel Glasses and Salmon Hamper

Brancott Estate Valentines Hamper

I know that Christmas was only yeterday, but just in case you were disappointed with your presents I have a few treats to giveaway today – call it the Fuss Free Boxing Day bonanza if you like.

A few weeks ago I went to a delicious dinner with the Brancott Estate Curious Club and to learn more about their wine.  Brancott (formerly Montana) were the first vineyard in the Marlborough region of New Zealand to grow Sauvignon Blanc and to make wine from it.   Since then their range has expanded to many delicious wines, red, white, sweet, dry and sparkling.   Well worth a taste.

For one lucky reader I have a Brancott Estate Valentines Hamper containing the treats below:

1 x bottle Brancott Estate Sauvignon Blanc Brut NV
Two Riedel celebration glasses
All you need to make the perfect blini – premium smoked salmon, crème fraiche, lemon and small bunch of chives

For a chance to win, follow the instructions below.

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  1. This giveaway is open to all readers over 18, who live in mainland UK
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Many thanks to Brancott Estate for asking me to be a member of their Curious Club and for providing this prize.

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About Helen

Helen Best-Shaw is a freelance writer, who has been writing about achievable and affordable food on Fuss Free Flavours since 2007. She also contributes articles and recipes to a number of online and print food magazines.

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  1. Tracy Nixon says:

    I wouldn’t quite say romantic but it is a memorable valentines day memory for me! I actually went into labour early with our first son on Valentines day! It was during the afternoon when my fiance was playing footie. I thought I had a few pains so just drove myself to the hospital for a quick check over. When I got there I was told I was 8 cm dilated and ready to deliver! I rang my fiances manager (I had his number just in case of an emergency) and he told my fiance to start making his way to the hospital. When he arrived I was still 8 cm dilated so the midwife told him he had time to pop home to get showered and changed and bring in my hospital bag. When he returned 2 hours later he told me he had decided to cook one of the lovely steaks he had bought us for our valentine’s meal and ate it!!!! He also brought in the box of Roses he had bought for me and sat eating them in front of me! I was so annoyed as I wasn’t able to eat anything – just sip water!

    Anyway, I did deliver our son but he just missed out on being a Valentine’s baby – it was 12.10 am when he was delivered naturally with my fiance by my side! I didn’t ever get my steak meal – my fiance cooked the other steak the next day and ate it himself!

  2. Once upon a time there was a girl and a boy. They fell in love and lived happily ever after. The End.

  3. Jane Willis says:

    Not being soppy types, we don’t have a romanticValentine’s story, in fact we don’t celebrate valentines day, can I still enter?

  4. My daughter had been chatting to a fellow student on the bus to university each morning and occasionally playing pool with him. On Valentine’s Day he turned up at the bus stop with a card and a red rose – she was really embarrassed!

  5. Sandra Clarke says:

    My husband won me a visit from a choir with Clintons Cards for Valentines Day earlier this year. The choir arrived on the doorstep with a bag full of gifts and a bouquet of flowers & sang a personalised verse to me. It was a beautiful gesture and very apt as we had just celebrated our Silver Wedding anniversary.

  6. Since meeting my partner, over 25 years ago, I have never felt sad on Valentine’s day

  7. Sally Carter says:

    A huge bouquet of roses arrived at my workplace with no note. It was exciting working out who they were from!

  8. Katherine Coldicott says:

    Met my husband who is a police officer while he was handcuffed to a prisoner. The prisoner was waiting for treatment at the hospital just for a minor injury and he was the one who encouraged my husband to ask me out. Not sure if that counts as romantic.

  9. Boohoo, I don’t have a romantic Valentine story, in fact no one has ever sent me a valentine card

  10. Catherine Sinead Mary Reynolds says:

    I don’t really celebrate holidays like Valentine’s day, though I did get a card from a childhood sweetheart who moved back to Ireland when we were 14. It was a sweet surprise as I thought he had forgotten me, and though I never got to see him face to face again (we both moved on with partners and work) it still make me smile he took the time to send it (and find my address!)

  11. We are still together despite illness and some bad luck. Married for 46 years – YIPPEE!

  12. Would love to win

  13. Sylvia Witham says:

    A Brancott Estate Valentines Hamper would be a lovely prize to win

  14. jo hutchinson says:

    my boyfriend bought me a wonderful card and a new rolling pin and tried to bake me a cake but burnt it, damaged the oven seal and melted my sieve but I was floored by the gesture.

  15. David Prince says:

    roses are red
    violets are blue
    sugar is sweet
    so are you

  16. For our first valentines day together,my partner booked a suprise night out with cocktails & a fancy hotel! xo

  17. Angela sandhu says:

    I managed to get my husbands friend together with a girl on valentines day. Which was actually a bit stupid because she couldn’t speak punjabi and he couldn’t speak English very well. They got married though!

  18. CAROL PATRICK says:

    My husband proposed at a restaurant on Valentine’s Day – he had asked the duo who were playing music, to come to the table towards the end of the meal to sing a romantic song – and then he produced the ring from his pocket.

  19. Sohadre Anirood says:

    I may be lucky this time!

  20. Alice Hindley says:

    My husband took me on a romantic Venetian cruise

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