Win a jeroboam of Rosé de Léoube
Award-winning French winery Château Léoube is offering two lucky readers of The Lady the chance to win a jeroboam of Rosé de Léoube, the perfect partner for a wide variety of fresh summer flavours from shellfish to charcuterie and salads.
Rosé de Léoube is a blend of Grenache (40%), Cinsault (40%), Syrah (10%) and Mourvèdre (10%). The signature ‘Léoube’ style is immediately noticeable through the peach nose, notes of fresh almond and delicate pink hue.
Lovingly restored by the English founders of Daylesford, Château Léoube lies in a coastal cove on Cap Bénat, one of the most beautiful protected sites in Europe. The mixture of crystalline rock, schist and clay is the unique terroir in which Rosé de Léoube is cultivated in time-honoured traditions by wine makers Jean-Jacques and Romain Ott.
For your chance to win a jeroboam of Rosé de Léoube simply click on the "enter here" link below and then fill in your details on the form no later than 11.59pm on Thursday, August 10, 2012.
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“PEOPLE cannot help being influenced by their surroundings and their environment; therefore how all important it is that both of these should be healthy and cheery, for health and happiness both go hand-in-hand.”The Lady. The Blessing of Old Health, 18th November 1920