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Huntington Estate Bin 18 Shiraz

Huntington Estate Bin 18 Shiraz [©Huntington Estate]

<i>Dining at Dusk</i> by Stevan Paul
<i>Warndu Mai</i> by Rebecca Sullivan & Damien Coulthard
Huntington Estate Bin 25 Cabernet Sauvignon
<i>Thirty Thousand Bottles of Wine and a Pig Called Helga</i> by Todd Alexander


Fine wine takes time, such is the philosophy that's been entrenched at Huntington Estate for fifty years. Emerging now after four years evolving into fine red wines are these delicious drops from the vineyards of Mudgee.

We're also supporting volunteers in Tassie's Central Highlands, out in all kinds of weather making sure those who survived summer's bushfires can survive until the new growth has flourished.

And we have some brand new books, all diverse and hot off the press including a great book on Australian native ingredients.

Here's a quick run through on the prizes you could win:


  • Four mixed half cases of fine red wine from Huntington Estate:  Winter is the time for red wine and firelight so make sure you add some finesse to your fireside relaxing or cold night feasting. These wines have spent the last four years developing complexity and elegance and are ready for a swirl in your favourite wine glass... in front of a dancing fire of course! Enter now for your chance to win fine red wine » 
  • Six twin packs of Tasmanian Milford Pinot Noir each worth $80 plus postage: if you love wildlife and wine, then this is for you. They survived the bushfires but they might not survive winter without our help. Wombats, wallabies, possums and all the wild animals that call this wild and spectacular part of the state home are being fed on the ground (brrrr) by volunteers to help them get through winter. The scorched earth has't regenerated and won't now until at least spring. Donate now and enter the draw to win Tassie wine as a thank you »



  • Warndu Mai (Good Food) Introducing native Australian ingredients to your kitchen by Rebecca Sullivan and Damien Coulthard:.This brand new book, hot off the press, is all about bringing the ingredients that have flourished in our big country and been used by indigenous Australians for thousands of years slap bang into your kitchen. It's a cookbook mixed with a cultural exchange that shows us how we can start using and enjoying native foods Two copies to be won »
  • Dining at Dusk by Stevan Paul: a gathering together of traditions from around the globe that are peculiar to that time of day when the sun begins to sink and the working day recedes. When the cool drinks and uncomplicated foods come out, glasses are filled and conversation begins. This book offers a world of small dishes, perfect for any casual gathering along with drinks and tunes to complete the atmosphere.  Two copies of Dining at Dusk on offer »
  • Thirty Thousand Bottles of Wine and A Pig Called Helga: no, we're not going mad and giving away 30,000 actual bottle of wine and a real life pig!  this is a great new book by Todd Alexander that regales the adventurous tree-change to the Hunter Valley he and his partner embarked upon. They were out to create a fabulous B&B, make wine and maybe getting a few animals and, as they say in the classics,  how hard can it be? An honest and at times hilarious account of what happens when you toss in corporate life and throw caution to the wind. Enter now to win Thirty Thousand Bottles of Wine »


Simply click on the links above or the GIVEAWAYS tab on the top menu bar. Enter for each prize you really want to win – if that's all of them, go for your life!

If you're a logged-in subscriber, your details are already there so it's quick and easy to enter. If not, it's free and quick to join! (Please make sure you add your phone number if stipulated).

Good luck – your chances of winning are much higher than the lottery, as our many, many happy winners will testify!


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