Vino-lover laps up Wine Dogs win

Busselton Dunsborough Times
Perth’s Sally Cabral was the winner of the Times’ recent Wine Dogs competition.
Camera IconPerth’s Sally Cabral was the winner of the Times’ recent Wine Dogs competition.

The winner of the the Times’ Wine Dogs Competition has been announced as Sally Cabral, of Murdoch in Perth, who was visiting for the long weekend.

Mrs Cabral discovered six of the 10 wine dogs’ names by visiting several wineries in the Busselton/Dunsborough area.

The wine enthusiast said the prize was a great mix of wine and she would enjoy visiting the other wineries on the list during her next visit.

“I was over the moon when I heard that I’ve won the competition, and I’m even happier when I got the bottles,” she said.

“It’s such a great comfort knowing that there are more wineries opening their doors to dogs.”

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The competition offered readers the opportunity to get to know the unsung heroes of the wine industry while going into the running to win 60 premium bottles of wine. Participating outlets were Cape Naturaliste Vineyard, Flametree Wines, Woody Nook Wines, Stonefish Wines, Capel Vale Wines, Swings & Roundabouts, Mr Barval Fine Wines, Marq Wines, Flying Fish Cove Winery and Liquor Barons Cowaramup.

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