Stellenbosch winery Guardian Peak is giving one lucky person Wine for a Year!
In order to celebrate its fresh new look, Guardian Peak Wines are giving one lucky person the chance to win 150 bottles of their wines! Now that’s a prize worth talking about.
Anyone who loves wine can enter! All they need to do is get a bottle of any of our Guardian Peak wines, snap a picture of themselves enjoying the bottle and post it on Instagram, Twitter or Facebook using the #winwingp and tag in @GuardianPeakWines. Each post will qualify for one entry into the competition.
*Repeat drink, enjoy, share to gain multiple entries!
The winner will be drawn during the first week of August, so there is plenty of time to get in as many entries as possible! Each bottle on shelf will have a neck tag with all the competition details and more information can be found on www.guardianpeak.com. Guardian Peak will also be awarding weekly winners a mixed case of 6 bottles of Guardian Peak wines.
Get creative and tag Guardian Peak – they’re anxious to see what you are up to! #winwingp
Guardian Peak’s backstory
Guardian Peak wines was conceived in 1998 by Jean Engelbrecht, who combined his knowledge and understanding of international wine markets with his experience and involvement at his family wine estate, Rust en Vrede in Stellenbosch.
The objective was to create a range of wines that should be accessible to the consumer in both style and price. Wines crafted for everyday enjoyment and consumed within three or four years of vintage. This occurred not long after the dawn of a new South Africa and the concept of everyday-drinking, fresh, approachable wines, was at the time unheard of to the general local consumer.
Two decades later and our beliefs remain firm; to produce approachable, sustainable wines of consistent quality allowing our consumer to experience value and enjoy them as often as we do.