The Oris London Jazz Festival, which starts on 7 November, promises a citywide celebration of one of the century's most popular music forms. Highlights of the 10-day event, which features artists from around the globe, include jazz visionaries from the 1960s, McCoy Tyner and Butch Morris, as well as guitarists Paco de Lucia (right) and Ali Farka Toure. There's also a pronounced Mediterranean feel to the proceedings, both through the uplifting music of Radio Tarifa and Grand Union's collaboration with Sabahat Akkiraz.

The London Eye, in conjunction with Oris and the festival's official wine sponsor Ernest and Julio Gallo, is offering the following prizes. Two first prize-winners will receive a pair of tickets (plus CDs) for leading flamenco guitarist Paco de Lucia at the Barbican on 9 Nov, as well as dinner for two at the Barbican Centre restaurant Searcy's with Gallo wine. Five runners-up will receive a pair of tickets for the Paco de Lucia concert together with a gift box of E&J Gallo Turning Leaf wine. To enter answer the following question: In which country does Ernest & Julio Gallo produce their wine? Send your details on a postcard to Oris comp, c/o Serious, Windsor House, 83 Kingsway, London WC2B 6SD, by 17 Oct.

For a free festival guide call 0171-405 5974