|Three Wine Men to turn wine into water on charity walk|
|Written by Carol Emmas|
|Friday, 15 February 2013 10:56|
The Three Wine Men, Olly Smith, Oz Clarke and Tim Atkin are inviting people to undertake a six mile wine walk for charity to help fund water projects in Africa.
This scenic 'Wine March' walk along the River Thames will raise money for charity 2Water, which raises money for water and sanitation projects by organising wine tasting events.
The Three Wine Men deliver impromptu tastings along the route and entertaining the walkers with their "lively banter and wicked wine wit".
The Wine March take places on March 3, starting at Vinopolis, it will go to The Narrow and finishes at The Gun in Docklands and at each stop the volunteers will enjoy a glass of Brazilian wine (or water).
The Three Wine Men will take no fee and very penny raised will go directly to the charity. All the wine has been donated and Wines of Brazil have sponsored the web site.
Tickets are limited and cost £15 for individuals and £25 for a family.