Win tickets to the Premiere of Vintage at the May Fair Hotel

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The List are teaming up with Villa Maria to offer readers the chance to win a pair of tickets to the premiere of Vintage.

Ever wondered what it would be like to attend an exclusive premiere at one of London’s most esteemed hotels? Thanks to New Zealand winery Villa Maria, you and a friend can win the chance to attend the red-carpet premiere of Vintage, ahead of its release on Amazon Prime, at London’s legendary May Fair Hotel.

The feature-length documentary tells a uniquely Kiwi story, capturing the incredible highs and heartbreaking lows of making world-class wine in New Zealand. Winemakers; Stu Dudley, Nick Picone, Jess Marston and Ollie Powrie provide captivating personal narratives, showing the story behind the wine. From sleepless nights, early starts and challenging conditions, Vintage takes viewers on a journey through the all-consuming harvest period, providing a first-person perspective from the people behind the wine.

As well as walking the red carpet at the exquisite May Fair Hotel, delicious canapes and award-winning Villa Maria wines will be served to you throughout the evening. The proceedings will then be rounded off with a fascinating Q&A session with viticulturalist, Stu Dudley, whose personal story is explored in the documentary.

To be in with a chance of winning, simply answer the question below:

Premiere of Vintage
Wed 19 Feb | Doors at 6pm (Screening at 7pm)
The May Fair Hotel
Stratton St
London W1J 8LT

Terms & conditions

Competition closes 13 February 2020. The promotion is open to UK residents only aged 18 years and over, excluding employees and their immediate families of Villa Maria its agents and anyone professionally connected with the promotion. No third-party entries. Entries after this time will not be counted. There will be one winner of the ‘Villa Maria Vintage Documentary’ competition to be chosen by *publication name* at random. Only one entry per person. No third-party entries. The prize consists of a pair of tickets to the Villa Maria Vintage Documentary Screening at the May Fair Hotel at 6pm on the 19th of February. Prize must be taken as stated. In the event of any prize winner being uncontactable or failing to respond within 2 days, the promoter reserves the right to award the prize to an alternate winner selected at the same time as the original. The promoter reserves the right to vary, alter or terminate this promotion due to unforeseen circumstances beyond its reasonable control. Neither the promoter nor the promotional parties assume any responsibility or liability for any incorrect or inaccurate entry, or for any faulty or failed electronic data transmissions. The promoter accepts no responsibility for, and no compensation will be given for, any cancellations or changes for any part of this prize. To the fullest extent permitted by law, the Promoter cannot accept responsibility for loss, injury or damage arising from winners taking a prize, which they do at their own risk. The promoter accepts no responsibility for prize winners unable to take up their prize in whole or in part and there are no alternatives in cash or kind. All data will be held in accordance with the Data Protection legislation and the promoter will not use your details, or pass them to a third party, without your consent, except for the purposes of this promotion. By entering this promotion all entrants agree unequivocally to be bound by these terms and conditions. English law shall govern these terms and conditions. Any dispute shall be subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the English courts. The promoter’s decision regarding promotional matters will be final and no correspondence will be entered into. Promoter: Hatch Mansfield, 1 Brockenhurst Rd, Ascot SL5 9DJ. By entering, all entrants agree that Villa Maria can use the image, description and entrants name in social media posts from the Villa Maria account. "The List's usual rules apply.