ANDALUCIA’S most famous white wine label is celebrating its 200 year anniversary this summer and offering a host of prizes to those with winning numbers hidden in its corks.
Bodegas Barbadillo founded its winery in 1821 in Sanlucar de Barrameda, Cadiz province,where it produces the top-selling white wine in Spain, its Castillo de San Diego, known simply as Barbadillo.
To celebrate its bicentenary, the winery has launched a lottery with numbers hidden on its corks. Winners can claim top prizes of €3,000 and two-for-one offers on visits to its historical bodega and wine museum.
The unique eight-digit alphanumeric code is found on corks with a promotional sleeve and can be checked on the winery website.
Bottles are being sold through 15 major supermarket chains and superstores, including El Corte Inglés, Carrefour, Hipercor, Alcampo, and Eroski.
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