Competition: Win Macsween of Edinburgh Haggis goodie bag for Burn’s Night





Ahead of Burn's Night on the 25th January, CellarVie Wines have teamed up with Macsween of Edinburgh to give one of our lucky customers a Macsween Haggis goodie bag with a selection of their award-winning haggis and a copy of The Macsween Haggis Bible.
 
The winner will be chosen at random and informed on Tuesday 21st January and will receive their prize before Burn’s Night. Simply place an order with CellarVie Wines this month for a chance to win. Competition closes at midday on Tuesday 21st January.
 
To read our interview with Jo Macsween click here.
 
To view one of Jo's recipe's from The Macsween Haggis Bible click here.  
 


 
 
Macsween of Edinburgh, a third generation family company, has been at the forefront of haggis and black pudding making for 60 years. Honouring our tradition, we produce award-winning products handcrafted to unique family recipes, using the finest ingredients. We believe that the foundation of our business' success is our team, and we recognise the importance of our people and our place within the local community. As pioneers of Scotland's national dish, we are passionate about taking haggis to a new place in an environmentally and ethically sustainable manner, and extolling haggis as a versatile ingredient that is perfect for all seasons, occasions and places.

Jo and James Macsween
 
For more information on Macsween and their range of delicious and award-winning products visit www.macsween.co.uk
 
 
 


  
 

Written by: Ben Moss

Ben Moss 

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