**This giveaway is now closed. Stay tuned for a winner! Thank you for playing**
Last summer, after listening to radio commercials for years, I was able to attend the Vintage Indiana Wine and Food Festival. It’s going to be an annual event on my calendar, one to kick-off summer.
Did you know that Indiana is home to 69 wineries? At the festival, there will be thirty wineries sampling 300 kinds of wine. I have my sights on visiting several for my fortieth birthday later this year, but I know we won’t hit 30 of them in three days. It’s convenient to see so many wine makers all in one spot, don’t you think?
In addition to the wine tasting, entertainment will be playing all day long ,and there’s a Kidzone for the younger set.
Here are the details on this year’s event:
When: Saturday, June 1, 2013
Where: Military Park
Adults tickets are $22 in advance at Marsh Supermarkets or online at www.vintageindiana.com
$25 at gate
Designated Driver tickets are $10 and include unlimited soft drinks and water. No wine glass or wine samples allowed on this ticket.
Kids ages 6-20 are $5. Under 5 years old are free.
THE GIVEAWAY Want to go for free? I’m giving away a pair of tickets, compliments of Indiana Family of Farmers. To enter, leave comment and tell what you are looking forward to this summer.
1) Tweet about this giveaway, something to the effect of: “I just entered to win tickets to Vintage Indiana from @gotchababy & @familyoffarmers and you can too! http://gotchababy.com/?p=3259″ (and leave an comment telling me you tweeted)
2) Post about the giveaway on Facebook, including a link back to the this post, and leave a comment telling me you did.
This giveaway will end on Friday, May 19th around 9pm. The winner will have 24 hours to reply to my email. If there is no response, I will choose another winner. Good luck!
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Disclosure: I am an IFOF Ambassador, and as such, this is a sponsored post. It’s true, I blog for wine. I received a set of tickets for admission for my personal use, just like the ones I am giving away. The opinions expressed in this post and the love I have for the Indiana wine is all mine.