Tuesday, 24 April 2012

Giveaway: A case of Radcliffe's Wines and Ashburton Fish Deli Smoked Fish

I am rather excited about my first ever giveaway on my blog.  It's quite an impressive one too.
One lucky winner will receive: 
a mixed case of white and rosé wines from Radcliffe's Wines (worth £94)
and
a selection of Devon and Cornish smoked fish from Ashburton Fish Deli (worth approximately £20)
The prize will be delivered to the door of a mainland UK address.


Radcliffe's Wines are an online wine merchant specialising in twelve Old World wines that perfectly complement fine food.  They have specifically chosen a selection of wines that will be very palate-pleasing when quaffed with the smoked fish. Radcliffe’s mission is to share how important it is to experiment with
pairing food and wine and to appreciate that so many wines are simply better when tasted with fabulous dishes.

Ashburton Fish Deli are much more than an award-winning fish and seafood supplier.  They pride themselves on their gourmet selection of fine home-cooked seafood products such as their bouillabaisse and crabcakes that are made on the premises.  The shop is bulging with all sorts of fishy products of which at least 70% is local, often from the South Devon waters. They are based not far from me in South Devon in the beautiful old market town of Ashburton on the edge of Dartmoor.

To win this amazing prize:

1. Essential: Click on the Rafflecopter widget below which will keep a record of your entries and perform the draw.  You can do one or all of these: comment on this blog by telling me what SW food or drink you love, mention this giveaway on Twitter, follow @grazingkate or @radcliffeswines on Twitter, 'Like' Radcliffe's Wines on Facebook.  
3. Each blog comment, tweet or 'like' on Facebook counts as one entry so you can enter multiple times 
3. Closing Date 
7am 30 April 2012 
4. Competition open to all mainland UK residents aged 18 or over

5. Winner will be contacted by email within 48 hours after the giveaway ends.


a Rafflecopter giveaway
A delicious spring time combo that I had for dinner yesterday: oak roasted mackerel fillets from Tregida Smokehouse (from Ashburton Fish Deli) - broken into flakes and served in a simple salad alongside a glass of Radcliffe's Pinot Grigio Rosé. 
Radcliffe's Wines: Twitter: @radcliffeswines  Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/RadcliffesWines 

The wines are available to buy directly from the website in half or full cases and as mixed or single variant purchases.  Free delivery on orders of 12 bottles or more.    


Ashburton Fish Deli: 7 East Street Ashburton, Devon, TQ13 7AD 01364 654833 information@thefishdeli.co.uk



24 comments:

happyfox said...

This is a very hard decision :)
I love the traditional favourites, with Cornish pasties and scones being high on the list, but I think Devon Apple cake wins for me.

jellyjo bean said...

You can't beat the cider! I don't drink much cider usually, but whenever I go to Devon or Cornwall, its first on the list

Solange said...

I love fish and John Dory is rare outside Cornwall

mummy24 said...

cornish pasties!

@ashlallan

chilliandchai said...

Having oveindulged in both cider and cloted cream, I'm now a bit healthier and have to say our locally landed seafood. We are so so lucky to have it so close and so available. To single out just one, Teign mussels. Can't get closer than that!

Jenny Eatwell said...

Oh, now you're asking. I'm torn between the gorgeous Clotted Cream Tea and the sumptuous seafood. Even though the seafood is clamouring for attention, I have to go with my heart and say the Clotted Cream Tea. It just wouldn't be a trip to Devon without one!

legs21 said...

I love the traditional favourites, with Cornish pasties

Lynn said...

I love a traditional south-west afternoon tea with proper clotted cream on my scones and a Colston bun.

Jane Willis said...

Smoked mackerel. It never seems to be as sweet and juicy anywhere else as it is in Cornwall.

natalie holland said...

That would have to be a lovely afternoon tea....clotted cream & jam....*drools*

kj19 said...

afternoon tea, sitting in the sun outside an old english cafe / tea room.. scones clotted cream the works.. makes me hungry just thinking of it x

7hippopotamus said...

Got to be Cornish pasties for me.

Anonymous said...

Has to be a proper cream tea - nowhere does it like Devon!

Hazel Rea - @beachrambler

SarahT said...

We love catching fish off of Torcross beach and cooking them on the beach - nothing beats really fresh mackeral!!

FloFoxes said...

Ohh Cornish Clotted Crea... on a proper homebaked Scone.. a Cream Tea is High on my list :-)

Boudicca Lee said...

Goodness, there's some much to choose from but the variety of ales serves me pretty well!

Grazing Kate said...

I'm loving all these enthusiastic comments about west country food. For me it'd have to be some home made elderflower cordial with a South Devon crab sandwich...followed a couple of hours later by a proper Devon cream tea

Anonymous said...

or freshly baked scones with homemade strawberry jam and crusty clotted cream!!!

organicduck said...

Organic duck of course, slow cooked duck legs with crispy potatoes and purple sprouting

7hippopotamus said...

Really love Cream Tea served with a scone of course.

saraht said...
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saraht said...

A mug of tea and a bacon butty at The Eastcliff Cafe at Teignmouth on a bracing winter day!

Choclette said...

It's not very original but nonetheless true - a good cream tea with Cornish clotted cream with home made Cornish jam and scones!

Carole said...

Nice blog. Devon and Cornwall are on my Top Ten Places I Have Visited