CLOSED: Five pairs of tickets for a fascinating vineyard tour

Amber Valley Wines has been growing its own grapes and creating great wines since its launch in 2011.

The first vintage arrived in 2015, and the firm has gone from strength to strength since. It was even awarded a Commended Medal in the 2018 International Wine Challenge – a premier competition featuring wines from all over the world.

It makes a white wine, Lindway White, and a rosé, Lindway Pink. And owner Barry Lewis has always tried to involve Derbyshire people, whether that’s with the “bud rubbing” process on the vines or harvesting grapes.

Now he is offering five lucky readers and their guests the chance to win tours around his Wessington vineyard (he has another in Doehole).

“All our tours conclude with a covered outdoor tasting in our lovely orchard overlooking the beautiful Amber Valley,” says Barry.

“We will have scheduled programme of tours and tastings. So you’ll be able to pop by and take part in one as you are passing, or work it into your holiday schedule.

“Our pop-up bar will be open on these scheduled days for glass and bottle sales, including of a range of top-quality English fizz, local ciders and real ale.”

The tours and tastings – on dates to be fixed from May to September next year – take an hour and a half and cost £10 per person.

But we have five pairs of tickets to give away. Just answer the following simple question: What is the name of the Amber Valley white wine? Enter by filling in the form below.

THIS COMPETITION IS NOW CLOSED

The closing date is November 5. Usual competition rules apply.

Please press the Submit button only once – and note that our competitions are for readers of Taste the Seasons only. Entries submitted via competition websites and forums will NOT be accepted.

Click here to enter our other competitions.

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