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By The Loop HK Staff | August 21st, 2018
  • Admiralty, HK Island
  • Starts : 1536796800

At The Loop HK, we’re partial to a good drop. So we’ve partnered with Kedington Wines to give our readers the chance to win a pair of tickets to this year’s Kedington Annual Wine Fair!

In vino veritas: They say there’s truth in wine, and you can put that to the test this September at the Kedington Annual Wine Fair. Hong Kong’s longest-running consumer wine-tasting event, the fair is an opportunity for visitors to taste and engage with amazing wineries from around the world. Held in the exclusive surrounds of The Upper House, the one-night-only tasting brings together 20 wineries, more than 80 wines, and delicious light bites. Expect to sample quality wines from top-class wineries like Charles Heidsieck, Carpineto, Wirra Wirra, and Cuvaison. All wines will be available to order at the best prices of the year, and guests get a HK$100 discount voucher with their tickets! Plus, there’s a Lucky Draw for special bottles brought over by the wineries.

Highlights of the Kedington Wine Fair.
Highlights of the Kedington Wine Fair.

When? September 13, 2018; 630pm-930pm.

Where? Beyond the Lawn at The Upper House, Pacific Place, 88 Queensway, Admiralty.

How to participate? One lucky, wine-loving winner will win two tickets (total value HK$700) to the Kedington Annual Wine Fair on September 13, 2018! Just follow the steps below, and you and a friend could be on the way to an evening of tasting some of the best wines from around the world!

  1. Email hello@theloophk.com and tell us what your favorite wine is.
    Don’t forget to include your full name and mobile number.
  2. Follow The Loop HK on Instagram and Facebook.

By entering, you agree to share your details with Kedington Wines.

Winners will be notified by Friday, September 7.

Tickets can also be bought here now!

 

Written by The Loop HK for Kedington Wines.

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  • By The Loop HK Staff | August 21st, 2018
    • Admiralty, HK Island
    • Starts : January 1st, 1970

    At The Loop HK, we’re partial to a good drop. So we’ve partnered with Kedington Wines to give our readers the chance to win a pair of tickets to this year’s Kedington Annual Wine Fair!

    In vino veritas: They say there’s truth in wine, and you can put that to the test this September at the Kedington Annual Wine Fair. Hong Kong’s longest-running consumer wine-tasting event, the fair is an opportunity for visitors to taste and engage with amazing wineries from around the world. Held in the exclusive surrounds of The Upper House, the one-night-only tasting brings together 20 wineries, more than 80 wines, and delicious light bites. Expect to sample quality wines from top-class wineries like Charles Heidsieck, Carpineto, Wirra Wirra, and Cuvaison. All wines will be available to order at the best prices of the year, and guests get a HK$100 discount voucher with their tickets! Plus, there’s a Lucky Draw for special bottles brought over by the wineries.

    Highlights of the Kedington Wine Fair.
    Highlights of the Kedington Wine Fair.

    When? September 13, 2018; 630pm-930pm.

    Where? Beyond the Lawn at The Upper House, Pacific Place, 88 Queensway, Admiralty.

    How to participate? One lucky, wine-loving winner will win two tickets (total value HK$700) to the Kedington Annual Wine Fair on September 13, 2018! Just follow the steps below, and you and a friend could be on the way to an evening of tasting some of the best wines from around the world!

    1. Email hello@theloophk.com and tell us what your favorite wine is.
      Don’t forget to include your full name and mobile number.
    2. Follow The Loop HK on Instagram and Facebook.

    By entering, you agree to share your details with Kedington Wines.

    Winners will be notified by Friday, September 7.

    Tickets can also be bought here now!

     

    Written by The Loop HK for Kedington Wines.

    Looking for more to do? See what else is happening in Hong Kong