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Win King Valley Prosecco from Innocent Bystander

The Italian style sparkling that epitomises la dolce vita

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The King Valley is the spiritual home of this Italian sparkling, and it's where fruit for Innocent Bystander's Prosecco is harvested. Prosecco is the bubbles for barbecues, picnics or just being with friends and sharing a good laugh. It epitomises that Italian saying, la dolce vita (the sweet life) and it's perfect for that generous feeling of being with family and friends whether the whole group or just you and your glass! Enter now and you could win one of three half cases of Innocent Bystander Prosecco NV»

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Win Prosecco Made Me Do It by Amy Zavotto

And you'll be whipping up 60 seriously sparkling cocktails

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Prosecco has finally been discovered by Australians and we have some fabulous local wineries producing this Italian style sparkling - just think King Valley's Prosecco Road to start! Amy Zavotto's book will have you discovering even more about this wine and the varied cocktails it can liven up. Enter now and you could be serving up a Bellini, Sunshine Superman ,a Sunday in the Park or one of the other 57 delicious cocktails! We have three copies to be won »

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Win Salamanca Market. A short history of a long market

The must-see for visitors and a gathering place for locals

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Tassie has iconic images aplenty - think Wineglass Bay, the hot orange rocks at Bay of Fires and the curve of Cradle Mountain. There's another that is synonymous with Hobart. It's the Georgian sandstone buildings lining a street filled with the colour of umbrellas and people. It's Salamanca Market on Hobart's waterfront. This stunning book takes you on a wander through the market and a journey through its rich history - Salamanca Market started in 1972 and is now the state's most visited tourist attraction. Every Saturday Tasmanian producers and designers create the a huge selection of locally made products to be explored. we have three copies to be won! »

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