Find the hidden wine bottles, score free tickets to Taste of Vail
VAIL — Beginning today, guests and locals in Vail are invited to participate in a social wine hunt for the chance to win either two tickets to the Mountain Top Picnic or the grand prize of two signature passes to the 25th annual Taste of Vail.
Today through Jan. 24, participants must simply like the Taste of Vail Facebook page and follow the clues that will be posted throughout the week in order to find four wine bottles hidden in Vail Village. In order to enter, a picture of the entrant and the wine bottle must be either uploaded to the contest tab on Taste of Vail’s Facebook page or tagged on Instagram or Twitter with #tasteofvail2015. Participants who enter via Instagram must make sure that their profile is public prior to tagging #tasteofvail2015.
Follow the Clues
A new location with a different wine bottle will be revealed throughout the week so participants are encouraged to follow the clues posted on Facebook in order to increase their chances of winning. Those who have located and uploaded pictures from one to three locations will automatically be entered to win two tickets to Taste of Vail’s signature Mountain Top Picnic. Participants who upload images from all four wine bottle locations will be entered to win two Signature Passes, which provides access to all four signature events including the Debut of Rose, the American Lamb Cook-Off and Apres Ski Tasting, the Mountain Top Picnic and the Grand Tasting.
The contest will close at 2:30 p.m. MST on Jan. 24 and winners will be chosen at approximately 3 p.m. MST on the same day. For additional details on the social Wine Hunt, visit Taste of Vail’s Facebook page.
About Taste of Vail
The 25th annual Taste of Vail has already established an impressive list of participating wineries, including many that have been with the event since the near-beginning such as Grgich Hill Cellars, Gloria Ferrer, Saintsbury, ZD Winery and Louis Latour. Additional wineries include Rotie Cellars, Vineyard 29, Scott Harvey Wines and Darioush, all of which are known for world-class winemaking standards and pedigrees.
Taste of Vail is held at several different venues throughout Vail from April 8-11. In addition to the new seminars offered during the 25th annual Taste of Vail, the event will include, the second annual Debut of Rose, the Colorado Lamb Cook-off and Apres Ski Tasting, the Mountain Top Picnic and the Grand Tasting. Taste of Vail is the nation’s only event that invites dozens of winemakers and owners from all over the world to pour wine and interact with participants.
For more information on the Taste of Vail or to purchase tickets, visit http://www.tasteof vail.com.
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