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UK only I guess but the Independent has free to enter competition to win a case of French wine; all part of the National Dinner Party Week.

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So, please list the wines that can be won.

All the competition entry feature says is that 15 lucky winners will win a mixed case of 'some of the top selling French wines on the high street'.

I looked for an email address for you, but there is none on the site, as near as I can tell, so...

Why is this "Wine a Case of wine" a blog entry on this site? Is this a paid advertisement but not stated so? Do you personally know that these are great wines are readers should blindly enter because they're going to score some great juice? Or what? I just don't understand, and again, I would have rather emailed you about this than posting about it.

The post links to another site that is offering wine via a free to enter competition. This is a wine blog. What is the problem with that?

The email link is at the top of each page.