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Win a magnum of Moët & Chandon, Dunlop Aerogel 255 rackets and more to celebrate the AEGON Championships at Queen's

Champagne and strawberries have long been regarded as the staple diet of the British sporting summer but Moët & Chandon has provided an innovative twist on the traditional pairing by unveiling the little known pineberry as the perfect complement to a glass of bubbly.

The pineberry, an exotic fruit that combines the shape and texture of a strawberry with a flavour and smell closer to that of a pineapple, will be served with every glass of Moët & Chandon throughout this week's AEGON Championships at the Queen's Club.

Discovered wild in South America and rescued from extinction by Dutch farmers, the pineberry is a ripe, white fruit, which makes it the perfect complement to Moët & Chandon champagnes.

Tennis fans attending the AEGON Championships at Queen's Club will be given a complimentary pineberry with every glass of Moët & Chandon in order to taste the season's latest trend. For those not able to attend the tournament, the trendy Bluebird Chelsea will be offering the Moët & Chandon and pineberry pairing throughout the sporting summer.

If you'd like to win a magnum of Moët & Chandon, a punnet of pineberries, two Dunlop Aerogel 255 tennis rackets and a tin of Dunlop All Court tennis balls then enter your email address and answer to this simple question in the form below.

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CLOSING DATE: Monday 25th June 2012 23:23

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