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Win Tickets to Carmen at Vancouver Opera Courtesy of Mission Hill

Friday, September 26th, 2014 — 3:14pm PDT
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Vancouver Opera presents the world’s sexiest opera, Carmen, which became the fastest-selling production in Vancouver Opera history when it last took to the Queen Elizabeth Theatre stage five years ago.


This gorgeous production of Carmen, directed by Joel Ivany Joel Ivany Joel Ivany, is set in 1930s-1940s Latin America, complete with the heat, grit and passion of that time and place. Hand-rolled cigars, poncho-clad bandits, even a New York Yankees baseball cap on a street urchin may be seen among the spectacle of more than 60 choristers.

Vancouver Opera’s Carmen will be onstage from Saturday, September 27th until Sunday, October 5th for six performances only. Tickets are available exclusively through the Vancouver Opera Ticket Centre by calling (604) 683-0222 or ordering online.

I love attended Vancouver Opera’s productions. Striking sets, moving performances, sensational music, and a great date night idea or excuse to dress up for a night on the town with friends.

Official Wine Partner Mission Hill Family Estate would like to send you to see this unforgettably passionate, colourful and sensual show. For the last 13 seasons Mission Hill has supported Vancouver Opera’s ground-breaking productions, award-winning community programs, and its foundation as a cultural pillar in our city for the last 50 years.

Here’s how you can enter to win a pair of tickets to Carmen (performance on Saturday, October 4, 2014 at 7:30pm) courtesy of Mission Hill Family Estate:

RT to enter to win tix to @VancouverOpera’s Carmen from @MissionHillWine + @Miss604

I will draw one winner from all entries at 12:00pm on Thursday, October 2, 2014. Must be 19+. Contest tickets are only valid for the October 4, 2014 performance. Follow Mission Hill on Facebook and Twitter to learn more about their wines, special events, and sponsorships.

Update The winner is Wes!

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  1. Katie Borrett says:

    2010 oculus

  2. Nadine Wu says:

    Perpetua, my favourite!

  3. Grace says:

    Martin’s Lane Riesling!

  4. kay says:

    Martin’s Lane

  5. Tracey Flattes says:

    Reserve chardonnay – my favorite

  6. Arwen says:

    Rootstock Cab Merlot

  7. Oana says:

    Mmm Five Vineyards Rose!

  8. Luc says:

    Reserve Rose for a nice, warm fall.

  9. Randy Walberg says:


  10. Angela says:

    Five vineyards! Would love to see this!

  11. DB says:

    Love the Reserve Rose – also LOVE Carmen.

  12. Sarah Hancock says:

    Would love to ‘Reserve’ these tickets!

  13. Michelle W says:

    2010 Compendium! I have never seen Carmen this sounds like it will be fantastic! Thanks for the chance to attend.

  14. lor says:

    Reserve Rose

  15. michael h says:

    2012 pinot gris

  16. cindy says:

    2011 pinot noir

  17. Fernando says:

    Oculus smooth…

  18. Dayna Wilson says:

    2010 Quatrain

  19. Jen R says:

    2010 Oculus. I would love to see Carmen!

  20. Paul Lam says:

    Martin’s Lane

  21. Branka Nedimovic says:

    Rootstock. Would love to win. Good luck to everyone.

  22. Laura says:


  23. Steve says:


  24. Shirley says:

    The Perpetua

  25. Mag says:

    Martin’s Lane Riesling

  26. Ali says:

    Pertepua! My fav 🙂

  27. Harjit says:

    2012 Rose

  28. Linda says:

    Roadstock. Looking forward to seeing Carmen.

  29. Kirsten says:

    Martin’s Lane 🙂

  30. Wes says:

    2012 Pinot Gris
    After reading the GS story on the duelling divas, really want to see this production of Carmen

  31. Alan Huang says:

    Last year we were very lucky to taste the 2006 Quatrain. It was lovely with floral, dark fruits and balanced acidity. Could be aged even longer, but we were just so happy to have tasted that before our lunch at the Terrace restaurant.

  32. Dilara says:

    2010 Oculus

  33. Dennis L. says:

    2010 Quatrain

  34. Bonnie R says:


  35. Wally says:

    I like most of them. But if I had to pick, I would pick Perpetua.

  36. Christina says:

    RESERVE 2012 Cabernet Sauvignon

  37. Cathy says:

    Reserve 2012 Pinot Gris

  38. Kelsey W says:

    Reserve Rose. A night out to see Carmen sounds fabulous! 🙂

  39. linda says:

    2011 Martin’s Lane Pinot Noir

  40. Heidi C. says:

    Martin’s lane

  41. Rebecca says:


  42. Jenn says:

    Martin’s Lane Riesling

  43. Stephanie says:

    Martin’s Lane Pinot Noir

  44. Sherry F says:

    The Reserve Shiraz is wonderful

  45. Elvira Lount says:

    Would love to see Carmen. One of my favourite operas!

  46. Nathan Keane says:

    Five Vineyards 2012 Pinot Noir

  47. Wanda-mae Anderson says:

    Mission Hill fav is definitely Pinot Gris 2012 and fav Opera is Carmen!

  48. Donald says:

    Martin’s Lane Pinot Noir

  49. Amy says:

    2011 S.L.C. Riesling Icewine
    mmmmmmmmmm love icewines

  50. Ron Francis says:

    Oculus 🙂

  51. Lorena Grande says:

    “Reserve” these tickets with a “Rose” Reserve Rose; I love Carmen….the Opera; had to play the Orchestral Excerpts for my flute Grade 8 in 08, but have never had the
    opportunity to see it!

  52. Angela says:

    Reserve 2013 Riesling!

  53. Reen says:

    The first ice wine I ever had was at Mission Hill. It was the Vidal, and I’ve loved it ever since!

  54. Teresa K says:


  55. Rachel says:

    2010 Oculus!

  56. David says:

    My favourite has been the Oculus.

  57. Amy says:

    Vidal ice wine!

  58. Debra says:

    Martin’s Lane!

  59. Tracy says:

    2012 Pinot Gris!

  60. Stotes says:

    Rootstock Cab Merlot

  61. Dave says:

    2012 Reserve Pinot Noir

  62. Shawn says:

    Love Mission Hill wines. Five Vineyards Rose.

  63. Ariel C says:

    Reserve chardonnay

  64. Riley says:

    Martin’s Lane

  65. Marion Carruthers says:

    Pinot Gris 1912

  66. Paul says:


  67. Claudia says:

    2012 Chardonnay is my fav!

  68. Karen says:

    Mission Hill 5 vineyards Pinot Blanc is delicious!

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