WIN A #JourneyToJacobsCreek

Today we have some incredible news and an amazing opportunity for one of our lucky followers to join us on a #JourneyToJacobsCreek, to the heart of the Barossa Valley, AUSTRALIA!

Journeytojacobscreek competition wethefoodsnobs

Journeytojacobscreek competition wethefoodsnobs

Earlier this year, we shared some of our favourite meals from our past, as part of Jacob Creek’s #OurTable celebration with Novak Djokovic at Wimbledon. The event was all about sharing plates and sharing the memories that these dishes evoke.

Journeytojacobscreek competition wethefoodsnobs

Journeytojacobscreek competition wethefoodsnobs

In January, next year, we will be joining our friends from Jacob’s Creek at the place where their legacy began, to continue this story of creating and sharing memories through food but this time with new friends from across the globe.

Journeytojacobscreek competition wethefoodsnobs

Journeytojacobscreek competition wethefoodsnobs

Now we know you all love food, so we want to give you the opportunity to join us in experiencing this gastronomical adventure! We will fly the winner and their friend to Australia, all expenses paid with flights, to explore the Barossa Valley with Jacob’s Creek and be our guests at the #OurTable event, held at their beautiful vineyard.

How amazing is that!!

Now, all you need to do for the chance to win this incredible adventure is to share your favourite dishes with us and the special memories that are attached to them. It could be your Mum’s special Sunday roast, the dish served on your wedding day or maybe that fresh seafood taste that transports you back to your favourite travel spot in a distant land.

What’s more, we will even give you the opportunity to work with the talented chefs at Jacob’s Creek, cooking up your dish for you and your friend, plus pairing it with one of their finest bottles for a truly memorable food moment, that you will never forget!

To enter the competition, all you need to do is the following:

1. Follow instagram.com/WeTheFoodSnobs

2. Comment on either our blog or Instagram competition posts with your (i) favourite dish and (ii) the memory it evokes.

OR post your favourite dish on your own Instagram feed with the same criteria.

3. All competition entries, MUST INCLUDE the hashtags #JourneyToJacobsCreek and #OurTable.

We’ll be running the competition for two weeks and you can enter as many times as you like. T&Cs apply, which you can find here.

Best of luck! We can’t wait to hear about all your food stories and to meet one of our fantastic followers out in the beautiful Barossa Valley!

Enjoy!

WeTheFoodSnobs x

ABRIDGED TERMS AND CONDITIONS

Open to UK, 18+ only. Instagram account required. To enter, follow the Instagram account www.instagram.com/wethefoodsnobs and comment with your (i) favourite dish, (ii) and the memory it evokes using the hashtags #journeytojacobscreek and #ourtablepost in one of the following places: a) on the Jacob’s Creek competition blog post on www.instagram.com/wethefoodsnobs OR b)  comment within the competition posts on the Instagram channel www.instagram.com/wethefoodsnobs OR c) post on your personal Instagram account  before 23.59 13/12/16 for your chance to win one x 3 night trip for 2 adults (18+) to Melbourne and Adelaide Australia (Includes return flights & accommodation) 16/1/17-20/1/17. Excludes transfers to UK airport. 1 entry per person. For full T&C’s see here. Promoter: Pernod Ricard UK.

 

3 Comments

  • Reply December 13, 2016

    Claire Thomson Little

    I love ribs, cabbage and mashed potatoes it reminds me of my granny cooking for all the family on a sunday and being in labour as I ate it the night before my three kids where born, I’m sure that induced labour.

  • Reply December 13, 2016

    Clara Cort

    #JourneyToJacobsCreek #OurTable I grew up on a farm in a small village. We used to keep cows, goats, chickens, goose and ducks, and also had a big allotment for growing vegs and fruits. My favourite dish was roast chicken for Sunday lunch that she’s prepared from scratch, and it was always so delicious, probably because they were corn-fed and had plenty of outdoor space. That’s why it’s still so important for me to buy quality meat & veg because I grew up on that standards.

  • Reply December 13, 2016

    curtis linda

    #JourneyToJacobsCreek #OurTable mine has to be cheese on toast made with thick cut bloomer bread and a dash of Worcester sauce , when we was children little children in the late 60’s early 70;s we staid at our nan and granddads every Saturday night , my nan would make it for us before bed time , and we would sis around the fire and have it in the front room , iv never had such a good one as my nanny made , and every time i have cheese on toast i think of my lovely loving much missed grandparents

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