Win with Penfolds

21 October, 2010

Penfolds is running a competition offering lucky winners the opportunity to hear journalist and former director general of the BBC Greg Dyke speak.

The Penfolds Vintage Years Event are a series of live speaker events for budding entrepreneurs to learn about the vintage years in the careers of iconic businessmen as well as the vintage years in Penfolds wine.

At the next event, Dyke will be sharing the secrets of his success and talking more about his vintage year on November 2 at The Hospital Club, London at 7pm. His talk will be followed by a wine tasting from the makers’ of Australia’s Penfolds Grange, hosted by its chief winemaker, Peter Gago.

To celebrate, we are offering four readers the chance to win a pair of tickets each to the Penfolds Vintage Years event.

To be in with a chance of winning a pair of tickets, just answer the following question correctly:

Q. What country does Penfolds originate from?

Please send all entries by Wednesday October 27 to sarah.bentley@treasurywineestates.com

If you are not fortunate enough to win, to still share successful vintages in business and wines at the event, register for a ticket at vintageyears@penfolds.com.




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