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What You'll Get
Swigging local wine is a far more satisfying way to celebrate local soil than serenading it with unrequited love songs. Leave the honouring to the palate with today's Groupon: for $50, you get a one-hour wine tasting for two and a $25 voucher toward wine and merchandise at Black Prince Winery in Picton (a $125 value).
Nestled in the heart of the Prince Edward wine county, Black Prince Winery fosters local-wine appreciation with educational tastings of victuals harvested from six award-winning vineyards. A tasting for two (a $100 value) nourishes participants for one hour with an insightful journey through local grapevines and a history of famous purple moustaches. Sousers may sip six barrel-aged wines, such as pinot gris, pinot noir, ice wine, and chardonnay. After enlightening palates and sinking fully clothed raisins into dunk tanks, partakers can redeem a $25 voucher at the winery's shop, where bottles such as vintage Black Prince chardonnay ($14.75), riesling ($18.75), and cabernet franc ($15.75) dominate the shelves.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Nov 27, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per table. Dine-in only. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Black Prince Winery
When naming their winery, John Sambrook and Geoffrey Webb searched for something more creative than just Prince Edward Winery. Instead, they took inspiration from a different Edward, the Black Prince. The eldest son of Edward III, the Black Prince was an accomplished commander in the Hundred Years' War, but more importantly, he ruled over Bordeaux, a region world-renowned for its wine. More than a decade after finding its namesake, the winery showcases the thriving viticultural landscape of Picton through a diverse selection of wines that, much like a maze-shaped community college, strives to be both complex and accessible. In addition to its eponymous line of award-winning varietals, the sprawling 10-acre Black Prince Winery partners with six vineyards in Prince Edward County to showcase other wines rich with regional character.