Explore Australian wines and kick breast cancer to the outback!
Albie Aware Breast Cancer Foundation and Epicurean Wines have teamed up to explore fine wines from the Land Down Under through a virtual tasting. Aussie wines are some of the world’s best and you are invited join the fun.
Date: August 1, 2020
Time: 6:00 p.m.
Event: Facebook Live Event – Go to Albie Aware’s Facebook page and join in!
Place: Choose a comfortable place to enjoy some extraordinary wines.!
Here’s how it works
Click here to make your donation to Albie Aware.
You will then receive six bottles of specially selected Australian wines – three white and three red.
- Battle of Bosworth – White Boar Red Blend (90% Shiraz, 10% Cabernet Sauvignon)
- Clairault/Steiker – Chardonnay
- Langmeil – Blacksmith Cabernet Sauvignon
- Massena – 11th Hour Shiraz
- Sidewood – Sauvignon Blanc
- Unico Zelo – Jade & Jasper Fiano
With your package we will include instructions on how to join the event, along with tasting notes, a map of Australian wine country and more.
Then, invite some friends and family to join our online tour of Australia’s award-winning wine regions with your guide Brian Klassen, National Sales Director, of Epicurean Wines. Of course, we urge you to practice social-distancing as appropriate.
Our tour is virtual but the fight against breast cancer is real
Your donation will help your Sacramento area neighbors facing or fighting breast cancer. And you get to enjoy fine wine, plus a virtual visit to the vineyards without the jet lag.
Amanda Nelson, Executive Director of Albie Aware, says, “We are indebted to Epicurean Wines for this unique opportunity to help us raise essential funds during this stressful time. With our fundraisers canceled due to Covid-19, we are thankful to be able to continue helping those diagnosed with breast cancer in our community.”
Brian Klassen, Epicurean Wines National Sales Director, is proud to be raising funds for an important organization like Albie Aware. “We at Epicurean Wines fully support the vital work of Albie Aware as they make sure that breast cancer patients don’t have to face the fight alone.”