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Pongrácz toasts 25 years with cache of 1-carat black diamonds

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Pongrácz, South Africa’s leading Méthode Cap Classique is celebrating 25 years of bold pioneering prowess by affording bubbly lovers with the opportunity of acquiring their very own 1-carat black diamond.

Until 31 December, Pongrácz offers Cap Classique enthusiasts the chance to be rewarded with one of 25 1-carat black diamonds, each one symbolising a quarter century of refined craftsmanship.  
 
To qualify, purchase any Pongrácz Cap Classique, including Brut, the elegant Rosé or the grande cuvée, Desiderius 2008 during the festive season and add your glass to the virtual champagne tower at www.pongracz.co.za/25. The last four digits of the barcode on your bottle is your passage to entry. Remember to retain your till slip as proof of purchase should your glass be adorned with a Pongrácz 1-carat black diamond. Be sure to share this information with your friends on Facebook.
 
Pongrácz, made in the classic French tradition, but proudly on South African soil, was launched in 1990 in honour of the bold, pioneering spirit and life’s work of viticulturist Desiderius Pongrácz.
 

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