Vancouver Playhouse International Wine Festival: Win 2 Free Tickets! *Contest Closed*

The Wine world is here! The Vancouver Playhouse Wine Festival is back again, matching wine drinkers with the world’s greatest winemakers in a weeklong celebration of wine and food from March 28 – April 3.

Vancouver Playhouse Wine Festival

If your into wine, this is THE place to be with a display of 1,650 wines, 177 wineries, 15 countries and 62 events over a 7 day span. This year’s 33rd annual festival is estimated to bring in over 25,000 attendees – it’s largest audience ever!

Vancouver Playhouse International Wine Festival

During the week there will be dozens of events from wine tastings, multi-course lunches and educational seminars. Although it goes without saying – nothing beats the wine tasting room.

Vancouver Playhouse International Wine Festival

Once you walk in, you’re handed an empty glass and given a license to start sampling. Everything is on display and nothing is off limits. Sample the very best of wine, port, rosé, sparkling, erlot, champaign and plenty more!

The theme of this year is wine from Spain. The global focus is: fortified wine. Spit buckets are available…and optional.

For this year’s festival, be sure to check out the event listings and purchase tickets in advance as they usually sell out leading up to the event.

But if you’re feeling lucky, just enter our contest!

The Pan Pacific Vancouver will be giving away 2 tickets to the wine tasting event on Friday April 1 from 7-10pm.

To Enter, all you have to do is:

1) Re-Tweet this post on Twitter:
I want to win 2 FREE tickets to the Vancouver Playhouse Wine Festival from @panpacificvan and @playhousewine OR2) Leave a comment below and tell us why YOU deserve to go to this year’s festival (we’ll pick a random winner).


3) Do BOTH for an additional entry!

Also remember from March 27 – April 27, the Pan Pacific Vancouver is offering a luxuryroom rate of $119 a night for social media followers. If you plan on attending the event, the Hotel is located only footsteps away from the Vancouver Convention Center.

For more information on this year’s event, download the 2011 festival brochure or check out my recap from last year’s event.