Stellenbosch Hills celebrates 75 years with Birthday Wine Bonanza
Get 10% off online orders and stand a chance to win a FREE case.
Stellenbosch Hills might be ramping up a lucky consumers’ next birthday fiesta as it celebrates its own 75-year milestone this year.
When consumers order wine via the Stellenbosch Hills website during LEVELS 4 & 3 of lockdown, they stand a chance to win six FREE bottles in their birthday month. Turning lockdown into luck-down, the winery now also rewards purchases from its online store via www.stellenbosch-hills. co.za with a 10% discount on everything.
Here, consumers will find just what they like, but even better – something for everyone else too.
The top-tier Sense of Place range houses its Kastanjeberg white, Suikerboschrand red, La Serena aperitif and Anna Christina MCC – a selection for the connoisseur who desires to understand individual vineyard components at the winemaker’s disposal.
The 1707 Reserve range comprises a sublime red and delectable white wine while the Stellenbosch Hills quality-driven, single variety wines include amongst others the Muscat de Hambourg. Then there’s the fun-loving Polkadraai portfolio too with its selection of well-balanced and easy-drinking wines that incorporate two bubblies and super-convenient three-litre bag-in-a-box packs.
Once the oder is placed online and provided the necessary information, consumers will automatically be entered into the lucky draw during their birthday month, with the prize being a case of six wines.
This fabulous birthday treat will be awarded every month from June 2020 to May 2021, but only for purchases made online and during LEVELS 4 & 3 of the Covid-19 lockdown period.
The seed for Stellenbosch Hills was first sown with the establishment of the region’s vineyards in 1707. Centuries later however, in 1945, a group of farmers forged an alliance. Their enterprise was called Vlottenburg Cellar and renamed to Stellenbosch Hills in 2003. Today, it stands as a proud tribute to quality of fruit, diversity of terroir and passionate dedication.
The winery’s grapes are sourced from various vineyards owned and maintained by 16 different producers from farms surrounding the town of Stellenbosch. This world-famous wine-producing region is known for the diversity of its rich agricultural soils and its moderate, Mediterranean-style climate, making it the perfect place to grow grapes that create the award-winning wines Stellenbosch Hills has become famous for.
For more information and online, visit www.stellenbosch-hills.co.za; call 021 881 3828/9; or, email email@example.com.