Win a $500 Mother's Day Hamper from Rosalie Gourmet Market

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Thanks to our wonderful friends at Rosalie Gourmet Market, we're giving away the ultimate Mother's Day Gift Hamper, valued at $500.

Overflowing with delights, the hamper contains a beautifully hand-selected range including luxury chocolates, extra virgin olive oil, jams, homeware, biscuits, shortbread, caramels, fresh honeycomb, crisps, dressings, pasta, panforte, gourmet salt and so much more.

Rosalie Gourmet Market is full of delicious and thoughtful gifts for Mum this Mother's Day. Their extensive range includes luxurious couverture chocolates, the freshest blooms, a mouth-watering array of sweet patisserie items, biscuits, oils & vinegars, artisanal cheeses, charcuterie, a vast array of specialty cooking ingredients and fresh, daily-baked bread. Their homewares section is also stocked full of gorgeous gift ideas to spoil Mum on her special day, and don’t forget to check out their catering menu as they also have an extensive offering to make Mother's Day entertaining a breeze.

To be the lucky winner of this ultimate Mother's Day Hamper, ENTER BELOW, and good luck. Link here for our T&Cs. This competition will close on May 7, 2019 at 12 noon.

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