‘The Wild Thing wine has been selling like wild fire and literally going down a storm. It’s brilliant to have a Prosecco to add to the unique range that is helping our work with wildlife everywhere, cheers,’
Will Travers, CEO The Born Free Foundation
Inspired by director Neil Palmer’s ascent of Mount Kenya last year and the placing of a Wild Thing label on its summit pole, Vintage Roots recently launched a photo competition inviting all to send them their best photo shots of Wild Thing in far flung locations around the world. The competition was won in style by Susan and Derek Rankine from Scotland who sent in their snap all the way from the Lilongwe Wildlife Centre in Malawi. The pair took the photo whilst volunteering at the centre in May.
Will Travers OBE, CEO of the Born Free Foundation said 'The ever supportive Rankine family have pulled it off again, taking Wild Thing wine to Malawi, truly wild supporters, well done'.
Congratulations to them and to all the entrants who took part!