Calling one and all for a friendly wine & bike competition!

2 mins readFeb 8, 2024

Jacques Scott has an exciting opportunity this month with our fabulous Matua Lighter Sauvignon Blanc.

Following on from my dry January blog, Matua Lighter is an excellent alternative for those looking to monitor their calorie and alcohol intake. With only 80 calories per serving, Matua Lighter gives you the refreshingly crisp taste with gorgeous tropical fruit and citrus aromas that you long for from a sauvignon blanc – with less calories!

Compared to 125 calories per glass, Matua lighter truly is an alternative to your standard glass of wine without the guilt.

This month Jacques Scott retail is running a Matua Lighter competition. For every purchase, we will enter you into a raffle to win one of three bikes valued at up to $1200 from Paddle Wheel, Cayman.

With unlimited entries, you can enter as many times as you like throughout the month.

For example, If you purchase 1 bottle you will receive a single entry, however, if you purchase 24 bottles you will be entered into the draw, 24 times.

The competition is available both online and in store and will come to a close on February 29th with our drawing on March 1, 2024.

Good luck everyone!

Our guest author, Kathryn (Kat) Turley!

Kat Turley
Kathryn (Kat) Turley of Jacques Scott Wines & Spirits.

Kat is originally from the great state of New York. She has spent the last decade travelling extensively and working in all areas of hospitality. One of her job roles included being lucky enough to work as a travel concierge in Marlborough New Zealand, which is where her interest in wine began. She ended up on this little rock 6 or-so, years ago as a scuba instructor, and then her life took a turn towards a profession in wine.

After being welcomed back into the service industry, she then had the opportunity to follow her passion and study wines in depth. While completing her WSET level 3 she worked at West Indies Wine Company as well as Blackbeard’s as a wine specialist, which then led to the next move in her wine career; proudly joining the Jacques Scott team. Moving forward she continues to follow her passion and actively broadens her knowledge through teaching the students in the school of Hospitality in UCCI, sampling new products and staying relevant on wine news, and weekly tastings!