Win 104 Bottles of Wine

Free wine for a year!! It's basically heaven! Join in this contest by sign up to this organizer newsletter and you will go into the draw to win a year’s worth of free wine – that’s over 100 bottles of quality wine delivered to your doorstep. Furthermore, you also required to9 visit the organizer site at and submit your details in the short form that available there. You have to submit your details such as your full name and email address. For more information, you can check the site directly and get the full terms and conditions about this contest there.
:    S5,400
No. of prizes
:    1
:    free
Competition type  
:    Random draw Competition  
:    2020-10-31


Win 104 Bottles of Wine is a competition by Goodwill Wine and has a prize pool of S5,400 for 1 prize. Nice overall value of the prize in this comp. As expected participation is free. We love to drink wine and we have been stored a lot of wines lately. We also curious about the taste of the wine from this organizer; it looks tasty, though. Well, the mechanics of this contest are easy to follow and do not require us to make any purchase. It's worth to try after all.
Our rating 3 of 5.0    ©AussieContests, 2020-08-02

Add more wine as your collection, and you can enjoy it for a year. (Image courtesy of Unsplash)

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Terms and conditions of the competition "Win 104 Bottles of Wine"
according to the competition's organizers. This contest open for Australian wide residents only (18).
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