Le Clos launches new draw

By Doug Newhouse |

Dubai International Airport’s Terminal 3 specialty fine wine operation Le Clos launched a grand vin draw last month, offering a top prize of a 5-litre bottle of Château Mouton Rothschild from the 2000 vintage, presented in a limited edition gold-on-black bottle worth Dhms.50,000 ($13,600).

Le Clos, which operates stores in Terminal 3 (near gate 214) and also in the Emirates First Class lounge says that to enter customers need to spend Dhms.1,000 ($273) in store to receive a raffle ticket, with the draw set to take place on April 1, 2011. 

In addition, entrants also have the opportunity to win a 5-litre bottle of Château D’Yquem, (regarded by many as the world’s finest dessert wine) valued at Dhms.18,000 ($4,900).

Last, but not least, the third prize on offer is a 3-litre rare bottling ‘Yellowboam’ Veuve Cliquot . This comes in a hand-blown jeroboam with a gold-leaf painted neck and a ‘unique label’ handcrafted from alligator leather worth Dhms.6,750 ($1,840).

Ben Odgers, Retail Operations Manager at Le Clos said: “These prestigious wines are true collector’s items and Le Clos is delighted to offer our customers the opportunity to win one.”


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