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Last chance to enter ‘Harvest Competition’ with Cape Business News!

Cape Business News and Absa are celebrating harvest season in the Western Cape and Absa is giving away two cases of Pinotage. Today is your last chance to enter!

To enter, go onto www.cbn.co.za and follow the instructions on the home page – the competition form will automatically show every time you enter the homepage. Answer the simple multiple-choice question, sign up to the Cape Business News daily newsletter and stand a chance to win one of two cases of ABSA Top 10 Pinotage collection – a collection of the 10 Pinotage winners for 2014.

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Win 1 of 2 mixed cases of ABSA Top 10 Pinotage wines, each case comprises of the following:

Allée Bleue 2012 Allée Bleue Pinotage
Bellingham 2013 Bellingham The Bernard Series Bush Vine Pinotage
Beyerskloof 2011 Beyerskloof Diesel Pinotage
Delheim 2012 Delheim Vera Cruz Estate Pinotage
Diemersdal Estate 2013 Diemersdal Pinotage Reserve
Rijk’s Private Cellar 2010 Rijk’s Reserve Pinotage
Simonsig Estate 2012 Simonsig Redhill Pinotage
Spier 2012 Spier 21 Gables Pinotage
Wildekrans Wine Estate 2012 Wildekrans Pinotage Barrel Select Reserve
Windmeul Kelder 2013 Windmeul Pinotage Reserve

 T’s & C’s apply.

To enquire about Cape Business News' digital marketing options please contact sales@cbn.co.za

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