When we were little our parents encouraged us to share and it’s finally time to put those valuable lessons you learned as a little one into practice. This May Robertson Winery is giving us so much more reason to share with their exciting new #MoretoShare campaign. Robertson Winery has more products available than any other wine brand in South Africa, with a quality offering at every price point for anyone and everyone – ‘more to share’ indeed. To get the sharing started Robertson Winery is leading by example with an incredible competition which will see lucky winners walk away with 10 cases of wine plus additional wine to share with their friends and family.
At Robertson Winery the wine is not just about the grapes. It is the place and the people that make the difference; a big-hearted community, who tend to the vines, pick the grapes, keep careful watch over the fermentation process, bottle the wine and pack the bottles. It’s a work of many hands, of passion and craft. The #MoretoShare campaign celebrates everyone involved in bringing the delicious Roberston Winery range to your table with the tagline, the Work of Many Hands Makes More to Share.
Along with this exciting campaign comes a national competition in leading retailers where consumers stand the chance to win 110 cases of the Robertson Winery wine of their choice – 10 cases for themselves plus 10 cases for each of their best friends. When buying a bottle of any of the eleven wines in the Robertson Winery Oval Range (Sauvignon Blanc, Chenin Blanc, Chardonnay, Viognier, Beaukett, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Shiraz, Ruby Cabernet, Pinotage and Cabernet Shiraz) at leading retailers nationally, during May, consumers stand the chance of winning this incredible price. Look out for specially marked Robertson Winery bottles with the #MoreToShare neck tags to enter.
This in-store promotion only runs until the end of May so hurry down to your nearest liquor outlet this weekend to enter! Say Hi to Robertson Winery on Facebook for more exciting competitions in the #MoreToShare campaign.