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Wine Blogger Competition 2012

  • Wine Blogger Competition 2012

    The To Tuscany Wine Blogger Competition 2012 - #TTWBC
    Enter our wine blogger competition 2012 to win the finest Italian wine

    Win 6 bottles Castello di Ama's Chianti Classico Riserva 2008
    delivered to your door

     


    To celebrate the 2012 grape harvest in Tuscany, we are launching our 1st Bloggers competition about Tuscan wines.



    THE 2012 WINNER
    Many congratulations to Anatoli Levine , who is the winner of To Tuscany Wine blog 2012 competition.
    The entry was considered to have a simple approach to a very complex issue. We  hope Anatoli will enjoy the Castello di Ama wine which is now on its way.
    Click here to read Anatoli's blog.



    How to enter:
    1. Write a blog about Tuscan wines

    2. Post the piece on your blog containing the following phrase:
    villas in Tuscany” (You’ll need to include this link http://www.to-tuscany.com as a hyper-link within the words 'villas in Tuscany' as we have done above. We'll be using this link to track entries!) Finish the piece with a one sentence, 'Top Tip for choosing a wine from Tuscany'.

    3. Email competition@to-tuscany.com and include:
    - A link to your blog post with your entry
    - Your contact details: (full name, address and phone number)

    Top Prize:
    The winner shall receive delivery of 6 bottles of wine from our favourite Chianti wine producer, Castello Di Ama, this prize has a value of 300 Euro.

    Prize Draw:
    Each entrant will also be entered in a random prize draw with the chance to win the book  Gambero Rosso Italian wines, the world's most complete guide to quality Italian wines 2013 edition, released February 2013. There will be 10 guides up for grabs so each entrant has a chance to win a prize!

    Judging
    The emailed entries will be uploaded to this page where the public can vote for their favourite 'Top Tip for choosing a Tuscan wine' entry. The 3 entries with the most votes on Monday 5th NOW 12th November 2012 will go into the final round which will be judged by Silvano Falcioni, a wine sommelier from the Chianti region. (click here to read more about Silvano http://bit.ly/Oa5F2K )
    We will also link to the full blog piece.

    The final entries will be marked on 3 categories:

    - Tuscan authenticity
    - Creativity and innovation
    - Usefulness

    The competition is open to anyone with a blog, over the age of 18 and closes at midnight  on 4th NOW 11th November 2012 . Winners of the competition and the prize draws will be notified by 9th NOW 16th November 2012. Late, incomplete or non-linking entries will not be accepted

    The full terms and conditions can be read here. For any other enquiries, please contact competition@to-tuscany.com

  • Van Saskia
     
    Om de druivenoogst van 2012 in Toscane te vieren lanceert de website To Toscane een blogwedstrijd over Toscaanse wijnen. Ze vroegen mij per mail of ik mee wilde doen – en aangezien de prijs bestaat uit zes flessen wijn van hun favoriete Chianti wijnproducent, Castello di Ama, waar onze Smaak-fotograaf net op bezoek is geweest maar waarbij ik helaas verstek moest laten gaan, besloot ik een poging te wagen.
    Klik hier om meer te lezen

  • John M. Fodera at tuscanvines.blogspot.it

    Top Tip on choosing Tuscan Wine
    by John M. Fodera at tuscanvines.blogspot.it

    "It's easy to discount "bad" vintages on the advice of  wine critics however trust in the wine masters, trust in those that turn grapes into liquid poetry, trust in producer over vintage and be awed."
    Click here for more

    34 people have voted for this entry

  • Wayne Barber at passionepercucina.blogspot.co.uk

    Top Tip on choosing Tuscan Wine
    by Wayne Barber at passionepercucina.blogspot.co.uk

    When choosing wines from Tuscany, it is true to say that price will often be a guide to quality, the range on offer can be daunting, but see it as a challenge and try as many as possible and remember that wine is a very subjective experience . . .."
    Click here for more

    81 people have voted for this entry

  • Kovas Palubinskas at www.50statesofwine.com

    Top Tip on choosing Tuscan Wine
    by Kovas Palubinskas at www.50statesofwine.com

    A top tip for choosing a wine from Tuscany is to know and understand the classification system. The system has three tiers: Vina da Tavola, or table wine, followed by Indicazione Geografica Tipica (IGT), which denotes a medium-quality wine, and finally, the Denominazione di Origine Controllata e Garantita (DOCG), generally the highest quality wines. Beyond this classification however, lie the "Super Tuscans," wines that don't fit the mold and allow for further exploration."
    Click here for more

    2 people have voted for this entry

  • Katja Meier at www.mapitout-siena.com

    Top Tip on choosing Tuscan Wine
    by Katja Meier at
    www.mapitout-siena.com

    TRUST YOUR TASTE With all the wine rating going on nowadays, it's easy to forget that each of us is his or her own master of wine. Your favorite Tuscan wine didn't get 95 out of 100 by Suckling, Parker or any of the other wine gurus? Dare to stand up for your taste buds. Drink what you want, stay curious and open minded and enjoy every sip of it."
    Katja has 7 Top Tops at this link Click here for more

    33 people have voted for this entry

  • Nancy Brazil at http://pullthatcork.com

    Top Tip on choosing Tuscan Wine
    by Nancy Brazil at
    http://pullthatcork.com

    My top tip for choosing a wine from Tuscany involves no long air flights and no change in time zones required. Just take a trip to the grocery store and your local wine shop. You will undoubtedly learn a great deal about Tuscan wines from your local wine merchant. Then, go home, get cooking, have a glass of wine and enjoy your evening!"
    Click here for more

    1 people have voted for this entry

  • Anatoli Levine at http://talk-a-vino.com

    Top Tip on choosing Tuscan Wine
    by Anatoli Levine at
    http://talk-a-vino.com

    I think my top tip for choosing the Tuscan wines will be very simple – go out and play! Open a bottle of Tuscan wine, and be transported in the instance to the warm and inviting land of great food, wines and people. Salute!"
    Click here for more

    60 people have voted for this entry

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