The Winefold Challenge
What is the Winefold Challenge?
Can you tell your Cabernet from your Chianti, and your Syrah from your Sauvignon? How about when you’re blindfolded?
The Winefold Challenge is wine tasting with a twist. You and your teammates are blindfolded throughout, so you’ll have to rely on your other senses to guess which wine is which. The winner is the person with the most correct guesses - who will be the winefold whizz in your group?
A great excuse for a night in, it’s definitely not your typical charity fundraiser – all you need to get the party started is our free at-home wine tasting kit, your friends and, of course, the wine!
Inside your kit is information on hosting your event, including advice on planning the night, a complete wine guide and ideas for fundraising for your memorable evening, along with six blindfolds.
Get your free Winefold Challenge pack
To sign up to the Winefold Challenge get your free pack, email us at email@example.com or sign up using the form below.
Contact fundraising at firstname.lastname@example.org or 020 3198 0225.
Why raise money for RSBC?
Raising a blind child can be a lonely and worrying experience for mum and dad. Your sponsorship will help ensure parents have access to emotional and practical support from RSBC when they need it most.
90% of those who lose their sight in youth won’t work for more than six months in their lives. No child should face this future; your sponsorship can change this.
Note to all participants
The Winefold Challenge is a fun, fundraising event that should be a chance to have quality time with your friends, test your senses and raise money for a great cause.
The Winefold Challenge promotes responsible drinking and follows the guidelines set out at the charity DrinkAware – drinkaware.co.uk.
The Government’s lower risk guidelines for alcohol consumption is 2-3 units per day for women and 3-4 units for men – so it’s important to know how many units you might drink.
A small glass (125 ml) = 1.5 units
A medium glass (175 ml) = 2 units
A large glass (250 ml) = 3 units
A bottle (750ml) = 9 units
We just want everyone who participates (and of course they will be 18 and over!) to enjoy themselves.