WIN $500 Worth Of Mud House Wines!

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To celebrate Christmas in July, Mud House Wines would like to offer our Eat Drink Play readers the chance to win a hamper of Mud House Wines to the value of $500.

Happy Christmas in July from Mud House Wines!

The hamper will include a selection of wines from the 2014 vintage: 2014 Mud House Central Otago Pinot Noir, 2014 Mud House Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc and the 2014 Mud House South Island Pinot Gris.

To enter, simply comment below, telling us where in the world Mud House Wines come from. Most creative response wins!! (Terms and Conditions apply, outlined below.)

The competition will close at 11.59PM AEST on 18/08/15. The winner will be announced on the 19th of August through our weekly newsletter (sign up here) and in this competition post.

Mud House Wines is sharing the Christmas in July to all, with 15% off your Mud House Wines purchase at Cellarone.com.au. If you register your details online and use the promotion code: ‘mudhouse’, you will be able to take advantage of this offer from our friends at Mud House Wines !

Competition is now closed.

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Terms and Conditions
Entry is open to New South Wales residents aged 18 years and over. Competition commences 12.01AM AEST on 29/07/15 and closes 11.59PM AEST on 18/08/15 (“Competition Period”). To enter, entrants must, during the Competition Period, answer the qualifying question posed by Ms Darlinghurst on eatdrinkplay.com in the comments section.The best and/or most creative answer to the Qualifying Question will be selected by Mud House Wines. Judging will take place on 19/08/15 at 12.01AM AEST. Prize consists of 24 bottles of Mud House Wines, valued at $500. See HERE for full terms and conditions, including privacy statement. The Promoter is Accolade Wines Australia Limited (ACN 008 273 907) Reynell Rd, Reynella SA 5161. Enjoy wine responsibly.

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61 Comments

  • Lisa says:

    Mud House Wines come from 44 Wallaby Way, just next to P. Sherman at no. 42.

  • Alisha says:

    Mud House was established in 1996 in new zealand!! it was named after a mud block that was situated in the vineyard. Ever since the mud and grapes have come together and brought us the best wine :)

  • James says:

    Mudhouse wines come from the home of the fourth little pig; whose home survived the wolf and now produces stunning wines

  • Meag says:

    Mud House Wines come from the rolling hills of New Zealand! :)

  • Izzy says:

    Me: Give me an ‘N’!
    You: N!
    Me: Give me a Z!
    You: Z!
    Me: What do you get?
    You:The initials of the country that Mud House Wines hail from…
    Everybody: HOOORAAYYY! Wine! N! Z! Mud House! Newwww Zealand! Wooo!

  • Les Cohen says:

    Mud House Wines has definitely come from our house in Byron Bay after Splendour in the Grass. Enough said.

  • Bec Waterstone says:

    Mud wine comes from a mules rival island off the west coast of Australia – from middle earth to our lips!

  • Bec Waterstone says:

    WOOPS! Should have said….Mud wine comes from a MYSTICAL island off the west coast of Australia – from middle earth to our lips!

  • Kelly Noonnan says:

    The enchanting land of the Hobbits…. Otherwise known as New Zealand Bro!

  • Ian Hendry says:

    Long white cloud Heaven !

  • Lachlan Stubley says:

    Mud House wines come from the ever-so-consistent rolling hills of New Zealand. The land where the soil is fertile, the grapes are ripe and the wine is spectacular. The beers aren’t too shabby either!

  • Julie Tan says:

    New Zealand

  • Ali Tawharu says:

    From beautiful Blenheim in the land of the long white cloud where the sun shines all summer and the winters and the grapes grow aplenty.

  • Isabelle Guaran says:

    The bottle reads ‘New Zealand’ but what I taste with the Riesling is a memory – A moment by a bonfire last summer where the starless sky and time felt infinite.

  • Talia says:

    Mud House wine comes from a magical place. The smooth taste of the 2014 Mud House Central Otago Pinot Noir is nothing short of spectacular and cannot be found in your everyday grape. The glistening look of the 2014 Mud House Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc is unlike any other white. The land that Mud House wines comes from is inhabited with unicorns, elves, reindeer, and fairies. All the mythical creatures work together to create Mud House wines. The Unicorns add a touch of Alicorn liquid into each white wine. The fairies sprinkle in their magical fairy dust. The reindeer give the red wine a punch with some antler pieces. Lastly, the elves add their own magic potion to each wine, red and white. Together, these magical creatures create Mud House Wine.

  • Bo Wang says:

    Mud House wines comes from the land of Middle Earth (also known as New Zealand by our common tongue), a mysterious and wondrous land filled with fantastic and colourful creatures of all sorts, from the produce loving hobbits to the extremely magical elves to unique beings such as Golum, whom wields his precious and his vault of riddles.

  • Jaimie Newham says:

    Only the best wine region in the world… The South Island of New Zealand!

  • Rosemary A says:

    The land of the chilly bin!

  • Michelle says:

    New Zealand

  • Vanessa Thomas says:

    New Zealand

  • Sophie says:

    New Zuland bro! They are mud for a good drop of wine down there.

  • Shae says:

    They come from the huts in Hobbiton – where the Hobbits live in peace, producing great food and wine!

  • Kelly says:

    New Zealand

  • Jo Lo says:

    Mud House Wine come from the beautiful country New Zealand with glorious natural produces like grapes and wine.

  • Marjorie Tenchavez says:

    Mudhouse Wines comes from the Land of the Long White Cloud!

  • michael mcdonald says:

    Land of the Long White Cloud, Hobbitsville, and place of Great Winemakers. I’m talking NZ

  • Andrew says:

    A kiwi man and a sheep were rolling around in the mud one day …

  • Monique says:

    New Zealand

  • Elizabeth says:

    Sourced from New Zealand’s lovely South Island, I drank my first Mud House Sauvignon Blanc in 1988 and fell in love with its subtle passion fruit flavours.
    Over a couple of weeks we drank the supply in the pub dry. Not another bottle to be found in Sydney. There was then a long dry spell before I got my hands on another bottle. It was many years before I sourced it in again in Sydney bottle shops.
    Mud House remains a favourite and is now a regular purchase with Sav Blanc is still one of favourites.

  • Mia says:

    Mudhouse wines come from the land of the long white cloud… The most beautiful country on the planet- NZ!
    Originally their cellar door was in sunny Marlborough along the road paved with wonderful wineries, Rapaura.
    Alas they upped & left down to Waipara to give those lucky Cantabrians somewhere to find affordable & delicious vino.
    Lucky lucky us in NSW to have such a super opportunity to win some lovely NZ vino!

  • Alex says:

    The wines come from the mud house of course…. land of the three little pigs or should that be the three little sheep…. NZ!

  • Elle Francis says:

    Marlborough, New Zealand – although i visited the Otago winery. :)

  • Jess says:

    The country that contains a hill with the longest place name in the world (85 letters): Taumata­whakatangihanga­koauau­o­tamatea­turi­pukakapiki­maunga­horo­nuku­pokai­whenua­kitanatahu

  • Frances Walder says:

    Blenheim, New Zealand
    Marlborough, Central Otago and Waipara Valley

  • Lauren Martin says:

    Mud House! Oh yeah! I heard it’s located on the side of a mountain in New Zealand beneath a salubrious mud house where people go to indulge in warm baths filled with the surrounding decadent muddy soil. My neighbours have friends that go there ALL the time. Their inner and outer wellbeing swears by it!

  • Wayne says:

    From the Muddy mangroves of the..no wait wrong description. Let’s start again..Over the pacific, green pastures, and Lord of the Rings set, our stones throw away cousins in the south, New Zeealand bring us this fantastical assortment of wines..

  • Rose says:

    My basement. And I’d like to have them back, please.

  • Astri P says:

    Mud House comes from the southern island of middle earth across the Great Bay. Here you will find distant cousins of the hobbits, the Muddits. They are well famed for their love of grapes and talent in brewing the best grape drink called wine.

  • Laura S says:

    Mud House is a very fine drop
    And it’s just a skip and a hop
    To New Zealand, its home
    And the reason for this poem!

  • Selena Williams says:

    Mud, mud, glorious mud
    Nothing quite like it for growing the grape
    So follow me follow, down to the Mud House
    And there let me drink your glorious Mud
    The lively Waipara Reisling aimed to entice
    From her seat on that hilltop above
    As she hadn’t got a grape to give her advice
    Came pouring down to her love
    Like thunder the glass re-echoed the sound
    Of the song that they sang when they met
    His inamorata adjusted her palate
    And lifted her voice in duet
    Mud, Mud what Glorious Wine

  • karina lee says:

    Mud House wines comes from the bottom of my hiking boots. Totally organic and fresh too.

  • Alisha says:

    mud house wines come from the mud monster, he just loves those earthy tones!

  • ROSS POWELL says:

    THE LAND OF SHEEP AND PLENTY, WHERE GRAPES GROW AT THEIR BEST, BEST WINES PRODUCED FORGET THE REST AND PUT NEW ZEALAND’S BEST DROP TO THE TEST, IT’S ALL MUD TO ME AND FOR ME

  • Louise Mckeon says:

    Mudgee!

  • Andy says:

    Mud House Wines come from NZ, however legend would have it that they are produced using the Milk of The Tipsy Cow (no, not my sister… well yes she is… but… ok that’s a bit off topic). The Tipsy Cow is a legendary animal of incredible power, they live in a place called The Mud House and are Gold and green in colour. Their eyes look like wine bottle glass and their udders are grape like.

  • Kellie says:

    new Zealand Bro! Ooooo, I’d luv these wines in the chill bin…. It Ed be choice bro….

  • Katherine says:

    From our cuzzie bros across the ditch in NZ!

  • Denne Dempsey says:

    Mud House wines comes from beautiful South Island New Zealand

  • Anna Barbaris says:

    Where mountains kiss the sea and cray fish are an unmatched specialty at New Zealand’s South Island. Where you can kayak around crystal clear waters of Marlborough’s headlands then taste the endless stream of award-winning wine varieties on offer at more than 40 cellar doors. Where you can bike along and around the endless hills.Thirsty? Then you’re at the right place. Mud House Wines is just around the bend.

  • Jen says:

    A seed has to live somewhere so why not a little house made of mud? The perfect place to grow and flourish and raise a family of grapes!

  • Caitlin says:

    Mud House Wines come from the land that began as a great white magellan cloud beneath the bright Canopus star – Aotearoa.

  • Aly B says:

    Mud house wines come from grapes!

  • Ella says:

    Mud Wines originated from and is still made to this very day in the Undying Lands of the Elves of New Zealand. It is created by pure magic and mortals are forbidden to trespass. The only way the mortals are able to get their hands on the Mud Wines is if they trade goods which are valuable to the Elves such as the latest gourmet traveller (elves love their food and wine) and to never reveal the secret location of their Undying Lands.

  • Uncle Al says:

    From deep within Middle Earth, where strange creatures roam and mud and water are the dominating elements a mud house emerges. And sends forth to the world the lovely products of its grapes. No wonder they’re called precious.

  • Andrew says:

    Mudhouse Wines come from within us all. With every taste, every inhale and every moment enjoyed within its heavenly nectar, it transports us to the mudbricks of its namesake, to the green and rolling hills of the Waipara valley, the distant mountain ranges of the Marlborough region, and to the golden terraces of central Otego, it awakens a part of New Zealands South Island, in all of us fortunate enough to try it.

  • Karen Hearnrnden says:

    Grape seeds planted in Mother Earth’s South Island of New Zealand is how fruit is born to then harvest what we know today as Mud Wines.

  • Christian says:

    It’s hard to see through the mists of a cloud and you’ll be forgiven for thinking you’re in heaven but, you’re in New Zealand drinking Mud House Wines!

  • James says:

    Mud House wines clearly were established Mudgee, New South Wales. Formally known as the ‘place of kings’ for it’s landscape and wine growing culture. Wines that were produced by the local villagers was said to be fit for a king.

  • Kristy Winters says:

    A little vineyard hiding on the rolling green hills overlooking the shire, resting amongst fields of sheep and beautiful falls where the wind restless across the whistling valleys.

  • Natalie L says:

    Mud Wines is extremely proud
    to come from the land of the long white cloud!
    Just like my hubby, it’s kiwi to the core
    From the mountain ranges to the pebbly shores.
    The NZ earth is perfect for winemaking
    delicious crisp wines, up for the taking!
    In Central Otago, Waipara and Marlborough,
    Mud Wines are for oenophiles in the know!

  • Ange says:

    From Lord of the Muds, where the seven Muds were made in the volcanoes of New Zealand with one Mud to rule them all.

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