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Cupcake(R) Vineyards Announces 'Share the Love' Contest

Enter to Win a Trip to the Cupcake Truck Tour Kick-Off Party at the Austin Food and Wine Festival

LIVERMORE, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 02/10/14 -- This February, Cupcake Vineyards invites you to "Share the Love" and enter to win a trip to attend the Cupcake Truck Tour Kick-Off Party and VIP experience at the Austin Food and Wine Festival.

Now through February 28, enter the contest by posting pictures to Instagram or Twitter demonstrating how Cupcake Vineyards has inspired you to "Share the Love." Whether you're treating your best friends to a night out or buying flowers for yourself just because, show Cupcake how you care for everyone around you for a chance to win a sweet getaway this April.

"Cupcake wine is all about celebrating life's delicious moments. Whether you're enjoying a lazy Saturday or reconnecting with an old friend, we hope Cupcake inspires you to take in each delicious minute," said Cupcake Vineyards winemaker Jessica Tomei. "We're excited to celebrate the launch of the 2014 Cupcake Truck Tour with some of our biggest fans and to see how they 'Share the Love' this Valentine's Day."

The grand prize winner will receive a four-day/three-night trip (April 24-27) for two to Austin, Texas, two tickets to the Austin Food and Wine Festival on April 25-26 as well as two tickets to the special, invitation-only Cupcake Truck Tour Kick-Off Party on April 24th. The prize package includes round-trip airfare, three-night hotel accommodations and transportation to the launch party for the 2014 Cupcake Truck Tour.

To enter, follow @CupcakeVineyard on either Instagram or Twitter. Then, upload a photo that demonstrates how Cupcake Vineyards inspires you to "Share the Love." Be sure to tag @CupcakeVineyard and include the #sharethelove hashtag to be entered in the contest.

About Cupcake Vineyards
Based in Livermore, California, Cupcake Vineyards offers an extensive, international portfolio of wines that are perfect for celebrating any occasion. The Cupcake team handcrafts its wines with care and attention to detail from preeminent vineyards on California's Central Coast, and also travels the world to source grapes from the most important global wine growing regions including Marlborough, New Zealand; Mendoza, Argentina; Prosecco, Trentino and Asti, Italy; Barossa Valley, Australia; and Mosel Valley, Germany. America's number one premium wine by volume, Cupcake wines have a unique style with a signature creaminess and layers of delicious flavors that enable everyone to "Live Deliciously." For more information about Cupcake Vineyards, visit Cupcake's website at cupcakevineyards.com or follow Cupcake on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Instagram or YouTube.

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