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08 February, 2008

Celebrate with the stars

To celebrate this Sunday's BAFTA Film awards, OLN has teamed up with Taittinger to offer one reader a limited edition BAFTA branded Taittinger Brut Reserve Non Vintage bottle - as enjoyed by the stars on the night.

Now in its

61st year, the Orange British Academy Film Awards remains the benchmark for the UK film industry and a glittering precursor to the Oscars.

Champagne Taittinger, one of the leading Champagne producers and one of the few still to be owned by the named family, remains the official BAFTA Champagne for the sixth year.

The Champagne house is renowned for the elegance of its Champagnes, a result of the high Chardonnay content in its blends.

For a chance to sup the same cuvée as drunk by this year's nominees, simply name the sibling filmmaking team nominated in the same BAFTA category

for the same film.

E-mail your answer, with your name, delivery address and contact phone number, by Feb 22, to: ian@randr.co.uk or send a postcard to: Ian Palmer, R&R Teamwork, The Basement, 754 Fulham Road, London

SW6 5SH

Terms and conditions: Entrants must be mainland residents and be over 18 years of age. No cash alternative. For more information visit champagnetaittinger.co.uk




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