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Do you want to try Bin #012?

Hi Community,

Great to see that you’ve been chatting about our latest Bin Series wine - we now have some exciting news.

We have two bottles of Bin #012 available to give away on our Community!

If you want to be in with a chance to win, all you have to do is leave a comment on this thread below with your guess as to what the identity of Bin #012 is. (If you’ve already guessed in the Bin 12 this week woop…! thread, please re-enter your guess in a comment below.)

The guessing is just a bit of fun, but even if you don’t guess correctly, we’ll pick two names AT RANDOM, and we will announce the winners on Wednesday 3rd August and post the prizes out later this week. You’ve got until 12 noon this Wednesday 3rd August to register your interest. Be sure to visit our website or our social media channels at 6pm on Wednesday for the big reveal!

It will have to be a UK address that we’re sending to and if you are one of the winners, we would love it if you would write a review of the wine and post it on The Community :slight_smile:

Let us know if you’d like to try it - leave a comment below!

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Gruner Veltliner vinified as orange natural wine.

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Xinomavro rose

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A skin contact blend of Zweigelt and Riesling

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A pink Blaufränkisch :slight_smile:

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Pink Blaufränkish.

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An Austrian or Australian skin contact rosé.

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Georgian orange wine

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Argh - snap.

A blau pinkfränkish?

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Barossa Valley GSM rosé

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Some form of Austrian orange wine

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Rosé from Adelaide Hills. Maybe shiraz or sangiovese?

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Greek Rosé

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An Australian orange wine

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To maximise chances, everyone, remember that Freddy (who will be revealing [almost] all) is a buyer for Austria, Australia, NZ and beer - not Greece or Hungary (that’s Matthew Horsely) :slight_smile:

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It’s quite clearly a Hungarian rose (can’t get accents on this keyboard) based mainly on Kekfrankos.

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Could be Austrian rose.

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I’m saying Hungarian Rose but have a feeling for Greek rose

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Who buys for Slovakia these days?

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Nebbiolo rosé from Australia - why not!

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