Win a Fit For A King Case and £250 to spend at AMARA
Helping you to celebrate in style this Christmas, we've teamed up with luxury homeware brand AMARA to offer one lucky winner a luxury case of our premium still and sparkling wines, alongside £250 to spend at AMARA.
Hattingley Valley Wines
Fit for a king, our luxury case has been created with wine connoisseurs and discerning drinkers in mind. As we are likely to have a smaller Christmas this year, perhaps you’ll want to splash out a little?
This case includes the 2014 Kings Cuvée, our very limited release and the best sparkling wine in the UK (WineGB Awards 2020). A premium blend of Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier, it makes for the ideal celebratory aperitif. Other stunners in the case include, two bottles of the 2013 Blanc de Blancs – a deliciously fruity and honeyed wine with notes of pastry and brioche on the palate, ideal also for sipping on New Year’s Eve, the STILL Rosé – a light and elegant wine perfect for a pre-Christmas dinner drink for those still wishing it’s summer, and a 2016 Pinot Noir – an excellent match for the cheese course. Finish on a sweet note with a bottle of Entice, our signature dessert wine.
A wine cooler, because going to the fridge can be a chore, bottle stopper and corkscrew are also included in the case.
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The ultimate symbol of celebration, toasting with a glass or two of your favourite fizz is one of life’s greatest pleasures, but did you know the shape of the glass can alter your taste experience? Elegant flute glasses are characterised by their sleek, straight sides, long stems and minimalist forms, while the coupe, also known as the saucer, is the oldest type of sparkling wine glass.
The most popular choice for fizz aficionados this Christmas, the flute is best suited to premium sparkling wines, such as Hattingley’s Kings Cuvée or Blanc de Blancs, while the coupe works well for those who like to drink their fizz fast. Glasses for red wine tend to be fuller and rounder, perfectly suited to Hattingley’s 2016 Pinot Noir, while rosé wines, like Hattingley’s STILL Rosé, are typically severed in a smaller bowled glass.
This Christmas, make sure you are ready with the right wine glasses and table setting to add that extra bit of sparkle to your celebrations.
£250 Gift Voucher at AMARA