You’ve been Cork’d: Graham’s Eurovision wine

Youve Corkd Grahams Eurovision wine

#NORTONSNIGHTIN: GRAHAM NORTON’S WINE PARTNERS WITH EUROVISION 2017

This year, not only will you be able to laugh along with Graham Norton and his gentle mocking of everyone during Eurovision… you’ll be able to drink along with him too. Graham Norton’s wine, made in collaboration with Kiwi winery Invivo, is the official wine of the 2017 Eurovision.

Contestants competing in this year’s Eurovision will be quaffing Graham Norton’s wine and the Invivo team will be backstage making sure they grab all the Eurovision gossip they can get. Join in the conversation using the #Nortonsnightin hashtag during the heats and on the night (13th May).

Eurovision fans can purchase the wine from either Centra or Supervalu from €14.99 per bottle and drink along with the chat show host.

The GN brand has grown way beyond expectation, from a limited launch of just 12,000 bottles in 2014 to an expected 1.5 million bottles this year and now sold in 5 countries worldwide. Norton blends his wine every year with guidance from the Invivo team, he is also a part owner of the winery.

Founder of Invivo wines Tim Lightbourne comments: “Eurovision is fun and doesn’t take itself too seriously, just like our values here at Invivo. We know that Eurovision is a good excuse for a party, to celebrate outrageous dresses, way too many wind machines and more white suits than should be legal without a prescription!

Youve Corkd Grahams Eurovision wine

“We would love everyone watching Eurovision 2017 with a bottle of Graham’s Sauvignon Blanc to help them get through the long night.”

Further information about Graham Norton’s Own Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc:
Vintage: 2016
Alcohol: 12.5%
Region: Marlborough
Winemaker: Graham Norton
Tasting note: “It is easy drinking. It’s got all the grassiness and zest you expect from a new world Sauvignon Blanc but I like to think it has a bit of an old world finish. Oh, and it’s affordable”
RRP: £8.99 – £10.99 Tesco and Majestic Wine Stores in UK, from €14.99 Centra and Supervalu in Ireland

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