Korbel Celebrates Female Friendships with Annual Contest
Having been a part of life’s most memorable toasting occasions for 130 years, Korbel California Champagne once again is offering the opportunity to pay homage to those amazing girlfriends that make a difference in everyday life. Korbel encourages women to submit a special toast with their friends for a chance to win an ultimate girl’s getaway to the Korbel Winery.
From March 1 through April 30, woman nationwide (where legal) may enter the Korbel Mimosa Girls Getaway online contest at www.korbelgirlsgetaway.com. Pictures say a thousand words, so entrants also are encouraged to upload a photo to accompany their toast. The best “Girlfriend Toast” winner and her five friends will win a trip to the Korbel Winery for the ultimate girl’s wine country getaway complete with airfare and accommodations for four days of VIP treatment including a vineyard and winery tour, meals prepared by the winery’s private chef and poolside spa treatments.
Last year’s winner was Abby Sanders from Chicago, who submitted a toast of how through thick and thin her best friends have supported each other and are closer than ever. From brunches to lunches, weddings to babies, and even many miles away, the ladies have found every way to stay connected and are more like sisters than friends. This ultimate girls wine country getaway was a much-needed reunion for Abby and her five closest friends.
Established in 1882 in Sonoma County’s Russian River Valley, Korbel Champagne Cellars produces the United States’ most popular méthode champenoise Champagne. Owned and managed by the Heck family since 1954, Korbel currently makes 11 California Champagnes and a limited amount of still wine.