A game of questions and good wine.
Duration: 90 minutes
Gamified tasting, where while we are tasting wines, we will play, laugh and have a fun time.
We will taste 4 different wines where you can discover and taste designations of origin from all over the Peninsula.
The price includes a pica pica.
- You can cancel the reservation up to 14 days before the date of the event, receiving a full refund.
- You can modify the reservation up to 3 days before the date of the event, if you want to modify the reservation in a shorter period, 40% of the amount paid will be lost and 60% of the amount of the reservation will be kept in the form of credit .
- If the client cancels or modifies the reservation on the same day of the event or does not show up, the 100% payment is lost.
- For private events, you can modify the reservation up to 7 days before the date of the event, if you want to modify the reservation in a period of less than 7 days, 60% of the amount paid will be lost and 40% of the amount paid will be kept. the reserve in the form of credit.
- To book a private event, you will have to pay 50% of the reservation in less than 24 hours to secure the event. 100% of the amount of the reservation will have to be paid 5 days before the event.
- The realization of the event is subject to the minimum number of attendees per event. In the event that the minimum is not reached, the date will be changed. If the client prefers, the cancellation and total refund of the reservation may be requested.
- Bebedistintoreserves the right to request image rights from users of those images that have been taken within its facilities.
Rates and shipping options
At Bebedistinto we like to be transparent in everything we do. When it comes to buying products online, shipping is the most important aspect, which is why we take great care in shipping and handling orders using only 100% recycled packaging material.
An important premise: wine bottles are heavy (about 1.4 kg each) and shipping is expensive. At Bebedistinto we are proud to be an independent online store, and therefore we must charge shipping on most orders, otherwise we would not be in business. However, we do our best to offer very competitive shipping rates.
Shipments take between 24-72 hours (working days) to reach the destination in peninsular shipments. Check via email firstname.lastname@example.org if it is an urgent shipment or you need it for a specific date.
In shipments to the Balearic Islands and other countries, the order may take a few more days to be shipped.
These times are estimates. We try to manage the orders as quickly as possible, but we are not responsible if the shipments are processed by the Post Office or Express Post and are delayed.
In the event of weekends, holidays or force majeure, orders will be attempted as soon as possible, but we do not promise to meet these delivery dates.
For international shipments prices depend on the country. Contact via email email@example.com
Peninsular Spain (Correos Express): € 4.99
Spain Balearic Islands (Correos Express): €5.99
Remember that if your order exceeds €60, the shipment isFOR FREE.
If you need an invoice for your order, contact the email firstname.lastname@example.org
Una experiencia genial! Muy divertida! Nos han explicado cada vino super bien y el personal muy atentos a todo. El juego divertidíssimo, nos picamos entre nosotros para ver quien ganaba y sin darnos cuenta ya habíamos probado 4 vinazos. Se pasa el tiempo volando, jugando y tomando buenos vinos y en buena compañía. Repetiremos :)
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