We have two cases of Millione Rose to give away, courtesy of Action against Hunger
Tuesday, 21 September 2010
We have two cases of Millione Rose to give away, courtesy of Action against Hunger.
We're always up for doing good, and drinking well at the same time, which is why we were particularly interested to hear about the launch of Millione by Action Against Hunger.
It’s a lovely sparkling Frizzante rose from Italy which not only tastes good but does good, too. It's a simple, but great idea - one pound from every bottle sold goes towards building schools in Sierra Leone. Their aim is to sell a million bottles and therefore raise a million pounds.
Millione was created by three friends who have spent their lives working in the wine industry. Jerry Lockspeiser, Mike Paul and Cliff Roberson have over 100 years’ wine business experience between them. Jerry visited Sierra Leone with the anti-poverty charity ActionAid. He came back determined to raise desperately needed funds for primary education there by doing what he does best, creating a new wine brand.
'Oh that‘s lovely... full of hope and joy and that’s the best taste I’ve ever tasted in a wine,' said celebrity supporter Emma Thompson.
We've got two half cases of Millione to give away to two lucky Hot Dinners readers - hopefully they'll like it so much, they'll rush out and buy more. All you have to do to be in with a chance of winning is to answer this simple question: