McWilliam’s Wines is pleased to announce a partnership with the Citibank Dining Program.
The program, which was introduced in 2011, will see Citibank Customers gain access to a free bottle of wine at an expanded range of restaurants when they dine and pay with their Citibank card.
Since the induction of the program more than 100,000 bottles of wine have been enjoyed by Citi customers at an impressive list of bistros and cafes across Australia, including a number of hatted and awarded restaurants.
The wines available from the participating restaurants will include McWilliam’s, Brand’s Laira, Evans & Tate and Mount Pleasant, as well as a wide range of other regional and international brands in the McWilliam’s portfolio.
Citibank’s Managing Director, Marketing, Digital and Customer Experience, Linda Duncombe, says the bank is committed to growing the Citibank Dining Program.
Our new partnership with McWilliam’s Wines is great news for the many Citi customers who love dining out and enjoying the benefit of a free bottle of wine at our partner restaurants. We’re partnering with McWilliam’s to add to the range of restaurants that participate in the program, while also offering our customers a new range of award-winning wines.
Recent additions to the Citibank Dining Program include Cafe Del Mar (Sydney), Roberts Circa 1876 (Pokolbin, NSW) and Richmond Oysters (Richmond, Vic).
McWilliam’s Wines Chief Executive Robert Blackwell says that the partnership is an exciting opportunity to provide Citi customers with a range of quality wines at new venues across Australia.
The Citibank Dining Program is a unique rewards program that brings great benefits to customers and the food and wine industry. We’re excited to now offer some of our most popular and acclaimed wines as part of this program.
Citi has also recently launched a new Citibank Dining Program website, which gives customers an opportunity to reserve partner restaurants online through Dimmi. It also features a constantly updated range of recipes, restaurant reviews and dining news.