Ahead of the festive season, we’ve teamed up with Chandon sparkling wine to offer you the chance to win a bottle of bubbly, plus wine glasses and an ice bag.

What to Expect

Everyone’s heard of Moët – it’s one of the world’s best-loved champagne houses after all – but you might not have come across its Argentine cousin, Chandon. Chandon was established in 1959 when Moët & Chandon despatched its Oenologist Director, Renaud Poirier, to explore new terroirs for New World sparkling wine production.

After carrying out several trials, Renaud was convinced that Argentina, specifically the high altitude, cool climate district of Agrelo in Mendoza, was the ideal place to locate Moët & Chandon’s first winery outside of France. And so Chandon was born.

Best for…

The Chandon Rosé is a vibrant yet elegant aperitif-style sparkling wine. The fresh red fruits, along with a subtle aroma of panettone, make it a food-friendly sparkling rosé, perfect for Christmas.

The Competition

The prize includes a bottle of Chandon Rosé, worth £16.99, Chandon branded plastic wine glasses and a Chandon ice bag. Perfect for getting out and about this Christmas.

This competition is now closed.

Terms and conditions: All entries must be received by Thursday 8 December at 7pm. The winners will be selected at random and receive a bottle of Chandon Rosé worth £16.99, Chandon branded plastic wine glasses and a Chandon ice bag. Non refundable. No cash alternative. All entrants will be added to the Street Eats London newsletter to be first to hear about new competitions, deals and food news.

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