Host a virtual B.C. wine dinner party and enter to win prizes
Virtual wine dinners are such a fun way to connect with your family and friends during isolation.
Image Credit: FB/ Okanagan Wine Festivals
April is BC Wine month, so get your party hat on and plan a virtual dinner party!
Yes, these are very hard times, but thanks to social media and modern technology there is no need to be alone. Skype, FaceTime, Google Hangouts and Zoom are some of the ways we can visit with our friends and families during isolation It is remarkable just much it feels like being in the same room when you connect online, and so planning group chats, meetings and games have become commonplace and a necessary tool to combat loneliness for all age groups.
Have you met with a friend or 10 do enjoy a glass of wine together yet? Super fun! Next level is dining together, and Okanagan Wine Festivals is offering prizes to those who plan a Virtual Okanagan Wine Dinner that of course, Okanagan wines!
How to enter:
Host a Virtual Okanagan Wine Dinner with friends and family that includes BC Wines, snap a picture of your group, share it on social media and you’ll be entered to WIN one of two Fall Wine Country Weekend Getaways!
1. Visit the Okanagan Wine Festivals https://www.thewinefestivals.com/members/byRegion/20 website for a list of eligible BC Wineries to choose from and direct from the winery & have it delivered to your door.
2. Host your Virtual Okanagan Wine Dinner.
3. Post a photo of your Virtual Okanagan Wine Dinner with friends & family and tag your friends at the dinner and the eligible BC Wines you enjoyed.
**Your photo should include a BC Wine from one of the member wineries on the list on their website.
4. Use the hashtag #OKVirtualWineDinner in your post to be entered.
After you have completed the above, you will be entered to win one of the Fall Wine Country Weekend Getaways! See website for details.
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