Wines Of Chile Contest Offers Chance to Win A Chile Vacation

The Wines of Chile Experience, supported by ProChile, recently started its "Only in Chile" contest, a competition in which one wine enthusiast will win a trip of their choice to the Chilean wine country.

Entrants will have the opportunity to explore the diversity of wine tourism available in Chile by capturing an image that expresses their take on each of five travel themes—For the Love of Chile, Wine & Stars, Urban Wine Retreat, Harvest Holiday and Horses & Huasos.

“Chile’s diverse landscape offers an expansive variety of travel experiences,” said Lori Tieszen, executive director of Wines of Chile USA, in a written statement. “Whether you enjoy taking the subway from the city to a winery or sipping a glass of wine under the clearest skies in the world, Chile has it all.”

Applicants to Only in Chile will be asked to upload an album to Facebook containing five photos, each one depicting their take on the five pre-determined travel themes. The top six entries will be chosen for a week-long voting period, at the end of which the creator of the album with the most votes will win their trip of choice to Chilean wine country.

The winner will select a five-night vacation inspired by one of the five themes—For the Love of Chile, Wine & Stars, Urban Wine Retreat, Harvest Holiday or Horses & Huasos. The prize package includes two roundtrip flights to Chile, hotel stay, wine tours and activities, food and beverage, and is valued at $15,000.

Applications for Only in Chile will be accepted from now through November 4 and voting will take place between Nov. 5 and Nov. 11.

Only one entry per person and Facebook account will be accepted. The top six entries will be chosen based on creativity, relevance and adherence to the contest rules. The winner—the album with the most votes—will be announced on or around Nov. 14.

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